Syntero is Growing!
Syntero is currently interviewing candidates for these career opportunities for administrative and support professionals. In some cases, we have multiple positions available in one or more of our locations: Dublin, Mill Run, Lewis Center and Northeast Columbus. To apply for a position with Syntero, please email your resume and cover letter indicating which location your prefer.
Director of Communications and Development
Schedule: 29 – 40 hours per week
Location: A Syntero Office Location
Required Qualifications: Five years of experience in public relations/communications, preferably in the non-profit or public sector. Strong writing and verbal communication skills. Ability to manage multiple social media platforms and website updates. Experience with event planning and fundraising, as well as working with individual and corporate donors. Ability to work with consultant and content area experts tomanage the ongoing branding and marketing of the agency’s programs and services.
Description: The Director of Communications and Development’s primary responsibilities are to develop communication and outreach strategies that inspire trust, confidence and understanding of Syntero’s Mission and full array of programs and services. The Director of Communications and Development will lead a communications and community relations strategy that advances the reputation of Syntero and/or the culture and values of the organization both internally and externally.
Case Manager I
Location: Two positions are available – one based in Delaware County and one based in Morrow County
Required Qualifications: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a degree in a mental health or related field, or 2 years CPST experience. No licensure is required, LSW preferred. One – four years of experience in MH/SUD field and experience working with a difficult to engage population.
Description: The Case Manager is responsible for being a collaborative member of the Intensive Home Based team in Delaware and Morrow Counties. The position entails providing services to families that have been identified as appropriate for intensive in-home services, and have been identified as having mental health concerns. Service delivery will be community-based and conducted via direct contact in home, community, or school settings. Some evening hours (minimum of 2 evenings) are required, with the possibility of an occasional Saturday, depending on client needs.
Aging In Place Navigator – City of Dublin
Schedule: Part-time, Fridays & Saturdays
Location: Dublin Office
Required Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree or Master’s Degree in human services, business or human resources. Minimum of three years experience including direct client service and work with caregivers of older adults. Requires strong skills in working with older adults and their family members, in developing working relationships and in presenting to groups.
Description: The Aging in Place Navigator provides Dublin, Ohio residents and their care givers current information regarding resources to support resident’s desire to live their fullest life as they age. Information can be focused on available activities, volunteer opportunities, caregiver resources, housing, transportation, technology, Medicare and medical care and other information that residents may find helpful as they grow older. Navigators will provide one-on-one consultation and small group educational sessions focusing on aging in place. The Navigator will work with agency leadership to create a Resource Hub that will be available for Dublin residents who are interested in continuing to live in Dublin as they age and their needs change.
Required Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent. Medical assistant training from a CAAHEP or ABHES accredited program. CMA Certification preferred.
Description: Will perform routine administrative and clinical tasks to support the delivery of psychiatry services. Will work closely with the the psychiatric team to prepare for the day’s schedule of patients, meet with patients to gather vital signs and medical histories, assist with care coordination needs, maximize psychiatry schedules and support the smooth, efficient delivery of high quality services utilizing best practice standards.
Syntero, Inc. provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Syntero, Inc. complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities.