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Community of Hope
Although this is still the core of our service today, Western Tidewater CSB has also evolved into so much more – it has evolved into a community of hope and caring, offering wrap-around care to all of our community members.
WTCSB provides integrated services and relief for multiple mental health needs, as well as support for individuals with developmental disabilities, and advocacies related to overcoming substance abuse – all in one place.
We also offer a variety of behavioral/mental health training tto our staff, providing valuable resources and tools for those affected, directly and indirectly, by mental health and substance abuse challenges.
Current Job Openings
You can browse current open positions below. Feel free to filter by job category. When you find the job that you are interested in click into the description to get more information and start the application process.
Pay is well over minimum wage with great benefits
I loved working at WTCSB. It was a great learning experience. I’d still be working there if I hadn’t moved. Pay is well over minimum wage with great benefits. I’d strongly consider working there again if I ever moved back to the area.
Great opportunity to grow
One year of employment with this agency has taught me more, not only professional /job-specific skills, but also personal life management skills.
Registered Nurse (RN) Supervisor
The company serves a population with significant needs that would otherwise be ignored and invests in employee development.
Live by your values, work by your values.
• WTCSB strives to respect cultural differences
• WTCSB strives to support multi-cultural awareness and growth by identifying trainings and resources.
• WTCSB strives to build cohesive workplace environments by promoting cultural equality.
• WTCSB strives to partner with community efforts to advocate for racial and cultural parity.
ANNUAL AND SICK LEAVE – Accrual rate of 3.6923 hours of both Annual and Sick Leave per pay period. Annual Leave cannot be utilized during the initial six months of the Probationary Period. When an employee is in leave without pay status, no benefits will accrue or be paid. Employees who work in the School Counseling Intervention Program (SCIP) and are 10-month employees will not accrue annual leave.
LIFE INSURANCE – Life Insurance is provided for eligible employees, their spouse and eligible children, the full cost of which is paid by the WTCSB. The Employee insurance benefit amount is equal to two times the employee’s annual earnings, rounded to the next higher $1000. The Dependent insurance benefit amount shall be as set by the provider.
HEALTH & DENTAL, VISION INSURANCE – Health, Dental, and vision insurance are available to eligible employees and their eligible dependents. Western Tidewater Community Services Board offer 3 all-inclusive health plans that include medical, dental and vision coverage:
• Anthem High Deductible Health Plan (Blue View Vision plan, Delta Dental-Dental coverage with either the Comprehensive or Preventative dental options)
• Anthem Key Advantage 500 Plan (Blue View Vision plan, Delta Dental-Dental coverage with either the Comprehensive or Preventative dental options)
• Optima HMO Plan (Eye Med vision plan, and Dominion National dental coverage)
PRIMARY WORK SITE AND WORK HOURS – Every employee of the Western Tidewater Community Services Board is assigned a primary work site based on individual program requirements. The official work hours of the agency are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. There are no defined or guaranteed break periods in any workday. Lunch periods will be a maximum of sixty (60) minutes or a minimum of 30 minutes during each work day. Work schedules may vary within programs. Acceptance of employment with the WTCSB means you agree to work according to the work schedule, and at the program site(s) assigned by the Program Supervisor or Director.
WORK WEEK – The established work week (Monday – Sunday) for full-time employees shall not be less than forty (40) hours, and shall be the same for all persons occupying full-time positions.