The following position is currently being recruited for: Rehabilitation Counselor with the NC Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services in Raleigh, NC.
To apply they will first need to create an account by going to the link provided below:
Sherry A Morales
NC Department of Health and Human Services
Personnel Technician, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services
805 Ruggles Drive
2801 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-2801
POSTED 5 March 2012
VP/ V (Video Phone number) at 704-469 5977
Our Mailing Address
Charlotte, NC 28269
POSTED Jan 2012
The State of North Carolina has a new Online Job Application System. If you go to our web page and click on Job Seekers, it will take you to the NC Government State Jobs (www.osp.state.nc.us/jobs ). You can search for jobs and now apply online. Just click on the "Search Jobs" button to search through the database of available positions. If you don't find the position you are looking for, you can create a "Jobs Alert Card" and the system will notify you via email when a position matching your interests/skills becomes available. You will need to create an account in order to submit an application for employment. Sign in or create a new account through "Create/Manage Account". Good luck as you search for a job and thank you for your interest in employment with North Carolina.
We currently have a new position posted.
Community Development Specialist I (Regional Center Manager) 60089705
This position is for Greensboro.
please feel free to pass this email on to your friends that you be interested in this position.
Brenda Sue Raing
1100 Navaho Drive
Raleigh, NC 27609
(919) 855-6871 FAX
Just so you know, the ECU MSW program no longer offers the course track focusing
If you know of any Job Listing Services in North Carolina that will work with
the deaf, please send them to me at:
We will list them here free of charge.
Application may be mailed to:
DSDHH (Attn: Diana Simmons)
2301 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-2301
GRADUATE STUDIES INVOLVING DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING INDIVIDUALS
Masters of Social Work (MSW)
There is a 'Deaf and Hard of Hearing' certificate sub-specialty in the Masters of Social Work (MSW) program at East Carolina University (ECU)! The implementation of this program was a result of a collaboration effort between the ECU School of Social Work and the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Mental Health, Development Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services.
This unique program will prepare social work graduate students to work and communicate more effectively with Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals. Students who enroll in this program must possess at least intermediate ASL skills and a basic knowledge in Deaf culture.
Scholarships are available each year for students who pursue the MSW degree with the 'Deaf and Hard of Hearing' certificate. Scholarships include in-state tuition and fees for a year and a monthly stipend. Students who receive scholarships supported by state funding are expected to work in North Carolina after completing the program.
Internships through this program will involve doing therapy, case management and advocacy with Deaf and Hard of Hearing clients in mental health and substance abuse facilities.
The application deadline for Advanced Standing applicants is 1/15/01. The deadline for other applicants is 2/1/01. Advanced standing applicants who are admitted will begin in May 2001 while others begin in August 2001.
Interested candidates, please contact ECU School of Social Work, 252-328-4200 TTY or email: email@example.com to request for an information/application packet.