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50561674/21/20194/21/20197/31/2019Bilingual Mental Health Counselor - Violence Prevention ProgramThe Violence Prevention and Intervention Program (VPIP) Mental Health Counselor will provide community-based therapeutic services (individual, family, and group) to low-income individuals and families with multicultural and trauma backgrounds as part of a holistic, neighborhood based intervention and prevention team consisting of case managers, therapists, and program management. This position provides clinical supervision towards licensure. The Violence Prevention and Intervention Program (VPIP) of NVFS utilizes a highly effective, trauma-informed, culturally relevant service model to provide multi-modal “neighborhood based-school connected” services designed to ensure that at-risk immigrant youth and families are able to thrive in their chosen communities; succeed academically and socially; and that the communities themselves are equipped to prevent future community and family violence. The complex issues facing low income minority families living in high crime, high poverty neighborhoods require a comprehensive prevention, intervention and therapeutic approach that centers on youth in the context of the family and community. A menu of services tailored to the needs of the community, are offered in the targeted neighborhoods of Culmore, Annandale and Herndon to reduce family and community violence. All NVFS employees are expected to demonstrate the organizational values and sensitivity to the diversity of the organization’s client base. Essential Job Duties: Provide individual, family and group therapy services for a culturally diverse population of adolescents and their families who have experienced trauma and violence in their homes, communities, and/or countries of origin including gang violence, community violence, sexual assault, and family violence, as well as families struggling with reunification after an immigration separation. Collaborate with VPIP Case Manager to ensure holistic service provision. Provide workshops and groups in schools and community-based settings. Ensure that service delivery is performed in accordance with the NVFS mission, agency policies and procedures, case management model, and project requirements. Perform other indirect service activities that may include: program development, community outreach, or Agency committee work. Prepare statistical and narrative reports as required. Participate in regular individual (administrative and clinical) and group supervisions as directed by Supervisor. Assure confidentiality policies and procedures are followed to protect the rights of clients, that reports to authorities occur in the mandated time frames, and that critical incident reviews related to these procedures are completed and filed. Maintain client files in accordance with program/licensing requirements and NVFS guidelines. Participate effectively and positively in required Program and Agency meetings and trainings. Qualification and Additional Requirements: Masters in Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, or Counseling 1-2 years of post-graduate clinical experience in trauma focused psychotherapy such as: work with torture survivors; victims of sexual offenses, domestic violence or any other trauma survivors Experience providing services to immigrants and recently reunified families and adolescents Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite Successful completion of background checks is required upon hire TB test May be called upon to work beyond normal working hours. Must be able to travel to client homes to provide services Must be comfortable with undesirable home conditions This description is intended to describe the essential job functions and requirements for the performance of this job. It is not an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and requirements of a person so classified. Northern Virginia Family Service is an Equal Opportunity Employer and E-Verify participant.Please apply via the following link: https://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=503b62b6-be4b-44ab-b269-7469d109b108Oakton, VANorthern Virginia Family Servicehttps://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=503b62b6-be4b-44ab-b269-7469d109b1085056167
50046544/18/20194/18/20196/18/2019Executive DirectorSince 1972, Youth Haven has served as Southwest Florida’s only residential emergency shelter for boys and girls ages 6-18 who have been removed from their homes due to abuse, neglect or abandonment. The therapeutic campus includes 73 beds and provides comprehensive care including nutritious meals, clothing, medical and dental care, counseling, academic tutoring and educational support, life skills training, support with activities of daily living, and intensive case management. Youth Haven provides services to more than 300 abused and traumatized children annually with three programs for children and teens: The Counseling Center, The Emergency Shelter, and the Homeless Teen Transitional Living Program. Youth Haven is fully-accredited by the nationally-recognized Council on Accreditation (COA), a member agency of the United Way of Collier County and Naples Children & Education Foundation beneficiary, and recognized by Charity Navigator as a 4-Star agency. Youth Haven has been in continuous operation for more than 45 years.https://themorancompany.applytojob.com/apply/Kp2p9XdKuM/Executive-Director?source=ASFCNaples, FloridaYouth Havenhttp://morancompany.com/current-searches-executive-director-16/5004654
50046544/10/20194/10/20196/10/2019President & CEOEasterseals NH seeks a proven and effective leader who is passionate about improving the quality of life for individuals with disabilities and special needs. The successful candidate will have demonstrated management acumen utilizing sound business principles. The preferred candidate will understand large enterprise management and is knowledgeable of current and possible future policies, practices, and trends affecting the organization. Given the diversity of revenue streams at the organization, the ideal candidate will demonstrate a proven track record of successful financial management as well as negotiating large, complex agreements. Experience with board governance, development, management and engagement is preferred. As a strategic leader in fundraising and other revenue activities, the successful candidate will have the ability to establish and maintain strong relationships with funders, potential donors and other sources of financial support. Experience in or understanding of relationship-driven philanthropy involving individuals, foundations and corporations is preferred; personal experience soliciting resources is a plus. The candidate will possess the ability to relate to a wide variety of constituents including elected officials, municipal, state and federal bureaucracies, businesses, civic groups, donors, regulators and other advocates. Possessing superior political savvy, he/she will have experience maneuvering through complex political situations effectively.Applications and nominations are being received by Kittleman & Associates, LLC. To apply, submit a current resume and letter of interest to https://ww2.kittlemansearch.com/JobsManchester, NHEasterseals New Hampshire New Hampshirehttps://ww2.kittlemansearch.com/Jobs5004654
50618704/5/20194/5/20195/15/2019Regional Executive DirectorIn this role as the Regional Executive Director, you’ll oversee operations for the Miami-Dade region, encompassing about $11M in annual revenue. Reporting to the Senior Vice President of Operations (SVP), you’ll be accountable for developing and executing tactics that move the needle on CHS’s strategic direction in business development, solutions delivery, financial independence and talent advantage – all with a focus on continuous efficiency and productivity. You’ll need a Master’s Degree in Social Work or a Human Services-related field or equivalent experience, with at least 5 years of experience in nonprofit executive leadership supported by a proven track record of financial and operational results, and 2 years of direct service in field case work or counseling.Apply onlineMiami, FLChildren's Home Society of Floridahttps://careers-chsfl.icims.com/jobs/4237/regional-executive-director/job5061870
50618704/5/20194/5/20195/15/2019Senior Vice President of OperationsIn this role as the Senior Vice President of Operations, you’ll provide strategic leadership to CHS’s business growth and operations for South Florida, encompassing Broward, Miami-Dade, Palm Beach and Treasure Coast counties. Accountable for about $30M in annual revenue and reporting to the CHS Chief Operating Officer, your job will be to develop and execute on tactics that move the needle on CHS’s strategic direction in business development, solutions delivery, financial independence and most importantly, our talent advantage. You’ll need a Master’s Degree in Social Work or a Human Services-related field or equivalent experience, with at least 7 years of experience in nonprofit executive leadership supported by a proven track record of financial and operational results.Apply online (www.chsfl.org/careers)South Florida (Anywhere from Miami to Treasure Coast)Children's Home Society of Floridahttps://careers-chsfl.icims.com/jobs/4238/senior-vice-president-of-operations/job5061870
50618624/5/20194/5/20195/5/2019Associate Vice President of Residential ServicesAs part of the UCAN Leadership Team, strategically assists SVP in the development, management and evaluation of residential treatment program services and staff to ensure that best practice standards are met in order to deliver services to clients that are quality, clinically appropriate, and culturally proficient. Financial Management Assists SVP in management program financial performance and budget, with specific focus on Medicaid funding targets, transition and aftercare billing and overtime tracking, in order to meet financial goals of the program(s) and the agency. Works with Residential VP to set the annual budget for the program(s) in conjunction with the Finance Department. Responsible for developing and overseeing systems to monitor Medicaid billing to ensure that financial and quality expectations are met. Responsible for development and overseeing systems to ensure that Transition Protocol billing is tracked and submitted on a monthly basis. Strategic Planning and Program Development Assists SVP in identification of areas of improvement, and works with program teams to develop and implement new programs and services to meet service needs. Participates in creating and implementing the Agency Strategic Plan Involves staff and managers in the implementation of strategic plan objectives that impact and is applicable to the program. Considers any cultural factors that may impact how program services are developed, delivered, funded and evaluated and is proficient in addressing those factors. Managing Accountability and Compliance Assists in ensuring that the program(s) meets all applicable regulatory standards, including but not limited to: COA standards, IDCFS licensing regulations, IDCFS policy and procedure, and Medicaid procedures, and creates systems to maintain and monitor such. Strategizes with assigned QI Manager and other management staff, on program evaluation and methods for CQI measures regarding file quality, client outcomes, staff development, supervision, client services and other issues related to program quality. Participates actively in AAA and DCFS/TRPMI monitoring initiatives related to quality improvement Leads program and staff in accountability, quality and compliance through example and modeling behavior. Works in conjunction with SVP to Interpret regulatory standards/rules/laws, makes revision of program policies and procedures for program compliance and communicates information to staff for implementation. Ensures compliance with ucan Continuous Quality Improvement initiatives and corrective plans. Developing and Supervising Employees Manages Human Resources procedures, including:recruits, interviews and hires staff to meet the needs of program staffing; ensures appropriate job scheduling, assignment and training; recommends and approves salaries, promotions, demotions and terminations; coaches, counsels and disciplines staff for maximum performance. Identifies and coaches program staff for job enrichment or potential advancement. Provides direction, support and guidance to direct reports, as well as to the program staff as a whole. Delegates appropriate tasks and responsibilities to staff based on individual skill level and work loads. Recognizes and rewards individual and departmental performance. Sets and evaluates clear and collaborative individual performance goals for direct reports. Provides guidance and feedback to supervisory staff in their supervision of direct reports. Leads program staff through critical processes and decisions, such as cultural proficiency in program services and in crisis management of cases. Education/Job Experience/Certification: Master of Social Work Degree or MS/MA in other Human Service Field required LCSW/LCPC preferred 7 to 10 years of related work experience required 3+ years of supervisory experience required 2 years of senior management experience (director level or above) in related field preferredhttp://www.ucanchicago.org/careers/Chicago, ILUCANhttp://www.ucanchicago.org/careers/5061862
50618624/5/20194/5/20195/5/2019Chief Program OfficerReporting directly to the President/CEO, the Chief Program Officer (CPO) will oversee all programs and services to UCAN’s youth and families. As a member of the Executive and Senior Leadership Teams, the CPO will have an agency-wide lens towards the planning, execution, integration, and success of UCAN’s programs and services. The CPO must support the development of all resources (human and financial) needed to execute UCAN’s vision, mission, and values. Program Leadership and Management • Oversee all operations and activities of the programs of UCAN. As part of the Executive Team, ensure seamless mission delivery and effectiveness across all programs • Ensure that programs are mission-driven, in line with strategic plan goals, and support the needs of UCAN clients and the community • Provide collaborative leadership in maintaining a positive and productive working relationship among the executive and senior leadership staff, Program Committee of the Board, partner organization and volunteers. • In conjunction with the Development Department, create messaging and motivate partner organizations and volunteers to continue their efforts to support UCAN’ mission • Regularly monitor budgets and cash flow statement. Demonstrate fiscal responsibility and efficient use of all organizational resources • Develop and implement quality assurance models for all programs to ensure that expected quality standards are met on a consistent basis • Recruit, select, and retain skilled and qualified staff. Provide and participate in employee performance coaching as needed and develop a culture of performance management • Provide guidance on strategy, priorities, goal-setting, professional development, and context to Program Vice Presidents for how their work connects with and supports the mission of UCAN • Maintain strong relationships with other social service agencies, Federal and State agency, DCFS, city, township, county governmental entities, towns, and other community groups and organizations Developing and Supervising Employees • Manages Human Resources procedures, including: recruits, interviews and hires staff to meet the needs of the department; ensures appropriate job scheduling, assignment and training; recommends and approves salaries, promotions, demotions and terminations; coaches and counsels staff for maximum performance. • Provides leadership, direction, support and guidance to direct reports • Identifies and coaches staff for job enrichment or potential advancement • Delegates appropriate tasks and responsibilities to staff based on individual skill level and workloads • Recognizes and rewards individual and departmental performance • Sets and evaluates clear and collaborative individual performance goals for direct reports • Provides guidance and feedback to supervisory staff in their supervision of direct reports Diversity and Cultural Proficiency • Is open to being an active learner, participating in discussions with others, trying new approaches and ideas, and being self-aware and self-reflective for continual personal, professional and leadership growth • Strategically plans for department/program that thoroughly examines and inclusively incorporates diversity • Actively meets client needs by developing, supporting and leading program services which address diversity and cultural issues that impact clients • Actively promotes staff development by initiating and encouraging communication with employees about issues of diversity and discrimination • Completes assigned tasks in UCAN Diversity Goals and supports activities of UCAN Diversity Committee Professionalism and Work Conduct • Behaves with integrity, demonstrates high ethical standards, and displays a positive image of UCAN • Acts in a professional manner at all times and maintains appropriate boundaries with clients and staff • Demonstrates accountability for results and keeps commitments to others. • Reports to work, meetings, training, and job related activities prepared and as scheduled • Demonstrates openness and respect for cultural proficiency and strives to meet it • Accepts feedback and ideas from others and is constructive when giving feedback • Performs other related tasks as required or assigned Specific Requirements Include: • Proven track record of managing the strategic, operational and financial aspects of an organization with a similar human and social services scope. • Bachelor’s Degree required. Strong preference for a Master’s in a related human and social services field • A minimum of 10 years of progressive experience in leadership and management, with documented ability to manage and develop staff and lead teams • Proven ability to build strong external relationships with volunteers, partner organizations and other stakeholders • Proven track record in financial management and program budgeting. • Familiarity with applicable licensing standards, performance regulations, state, federal, and local guidelines/ordinances, grant requirements, and organization policies and procedures related to the work of DCFS and COA • Excellent communication skills and ability to use soft skills to effect desired results. • Strong analytic and strategic-thinking skills, with demonstrated aptitude in creating, implementing and monitoring complex plans and translating those plans into goals and concrete strategies. • Ability to work well in a diverse setting with staff and clients who possess a multitude of life experiences and perspectiveshttp://www.ucanchicago.org/careers/Chicago, ILUCANhttp://www.ucanchicago.org/careers/5061862
50581594/4/20194/4/20195/4/2019Behavioral Health DirectorJOB SUMMARY: The Behavioral Health team provides counseling and family support services for individuals, groups, and/or families related to diverse Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity and Expression (S.O.G.I.E.) to promote optimum mental health and well-being by achieving more effective personal, social, educational, and vocational development and adjustment. The Behavioral Health Director is responsible for the development and growth of mental health and substance use disorder services in line with the agency’s strategic objectives and goals. The director provides oversight of casework and professional support of practitioners in the Ruth Ellis Center Health and Wellness Center; and provides supervision related to problem solving, improving interventions, addressing ethical and legal issues, and developing clinical skills of practitioners in a fully-integrated primary and behavioral health care setting. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 1. Demonstrates skills and strategic abilities to execute plans for the realignment and growth of the Behavioral Health Department in line with the organization’s strategic plan. 2. Demonstrates an understanding and the importance of relationship building with grantors and other stakeholders at all levels in service delivery. 3. Ensures the coordination of services across all program departments to move LGBTQ young people experiencing homeless and other barriers to success towards independence, and increase authentic engagement in services. 4. Collaborates with medical personnel, program managers, and supervisors to identify key measures in cost, quality, and access, particularly those which support integration across services and programs. 5. Ensures program has adequate tools to obtain and measure progress toward goals, utilizing QI methodology, visual management tools, process mapping, and standard work. 6. Ensures an integrated health approach including substance use prevention and treatment; reviews all client treatment plans, including short and long-term goals, and progress; reviews clinical records to evaluate necessary level of patient care. 7. Engages in regular “rounds” at all programs to observe, mentor, and coach the front line teams to ensure high quality professional services are provided in a manner that creates a culture of accountability and fosters continual improvement. 8. Provides clinical supervision and utilizes supervisory techniques to solve problems, implement interventions among practitioners, and support clinical staff on core competencies, requirements, and protocols; promotes the development of counseling skills and approaches through evaluation, assessment, training, and coaching; provides secondary trauma support for clinicians. 9. Addresses legal and ethical issues within behavioral health counseling; maintains confidentiality of records relating to clients' treatment according to HIPAA standards. 10. Maintain a small case load to remain connected to unique needs of diverse SOGIE persons served; conducts comprehensive assessments utilizing trauma-informed practices; develops individual plans of service, and prioritizes treatment including referrals; and provides counseling, skill building, and psychoeducation to carry out treatment plans to reduce risk, increase well-being, and if applicable strengthen families. 11. Assesses clients’ risk of suicidal and self-harming behaviors, and provides crisis intervention as needed. 12. Ensures completion and maintenance of all paperwork and reports in accordance with Detroit Wayne Mental Health Authority (DWMHA) guidelines; CARF standards; and agency policy and procedure; and funder requirements. Updates policies, procedures, and protocol as necessary. 13. Attends or designates a surrogate to attend quality assurance meetings and local and national meetings and conferences to maintain compliance and quality improvement for all programs and funders. 14. Integrate ongoing research, innovation strategies, sector trends into work of the agency, and to advocate best practices for LGBTQ youth in systems of care through agency engagement with DWMHA, SOC block grant, LGTBQ2S work group, and Children System Transformation meetings. 15. Shares Community Mental Health Program information widely (schools, meetings, stakeholders) with intent to recruit clientele into appropriate services. REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: 1. Master's degree from an accredited college or university with a major in Social Work, and have an LMSW from the State of Michigan Department of Consumer and Industry Services. 2. Ten (10) years’ experience with general mental health diagnosis and treatment. 3. Five (5) years’ experience in a supervisor role. 4. Program development and evaluation experience with progressive growth of responsibilities, and a proven track record of results. 5. Proven experience in substance use disorder treatment, mental health diagnosis, prescription medication monitoring, therapeutic methodologies. 6. Experience working with individuals and families involved with the Department of Health and Human Services, Foster Care, Juvenile Justice, and experiencing housing instability or homelessness. 7. Demonstrated knowledge of adolescent development and positive LGBTQ development. 8. Experience with Microsoft Office, and Google Suite Software. PREFERRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: 1. Fifteen (15) years’ experience with general mental health diagnosis and treatment. 2. Experience using the following evidence based practices, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, CAFAS, LOCUS, and ASAM criteria. 3. LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning) cultural and diversity competency. 4. Familiarity with the Ruth Ellis Center’s principals of work (trauma informed care, harm reduction, restorative justice, and positive youth development). ADDITIONAL ELGIBILITY QUALIFICATION: 1. Michigan Certification Board of Addiction Professionals (MCBAP), Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC), or Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CAADC) certification or development plan, or agreement to start process in first thirty (30) days. 2. CAFAS and LOCUS Certified 3. Wellplace, or equivalent certification body, Qualified Mental Health Professional and Child Mental Health Professional certification. WORK AUTHORIZATION / SECURITY CLEARANCE: 1. Must be able to pass a criminal background check as outlined by agency policy. 2. Have no record on the Central Registry for child abuse or neglect in the employee’s state of residency or employment. 3. Be able to produce a non-reactive tuberculosis test from within the previous twelve (12) months. EEO STATEMENT: The Ruth Ellis Center is an equal opportunity employer and makes employment decisions on the basis of merit. The agency does not discriminate based race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, marital status, national origin, citizenship, veteran status, age, disability as protected by federal, state, and local laws, genetic information, or any other characteristic that is protected by law.https://easyapply.co/a/c2d4cb93-7b24-4cca-8a35-b19221e44720Highland Park, MIRuth Ellis Centerwww.ruthelliscenter.org5058159
50046544/1/20194/1/20196/1/2019Chief Executive OfficerJoin WashingtonStem as CEO to drive towards a vision where Washington’s youth are career-and-future ready for high-demand, family-sustaining jobs by 2030.https://careers-waldron.icims.com/jobs/1097/ceo/loginSeattle, WAWashington STEMhttps://careers-waldron.icims.com/jobs/1097/ceo/login5004654
50561673/31/20193/31/20195/31/2019Housing CounselorNorthern Virginia Family Service provides a comprehensive set of services designed to address the root cause of poverty and homelessness within the Northern Virginia area. Housing Counselors provide intake; coordinate and monitor the assessment, treatment/intervention planning process and follow-up for each client; and serve as an advocate and liaison for and on behalf of client. The Housing Counselor (Prevention) will provide assistance in building client self-sufficiency around family systems, housing, budgeting, employment, educational training, health, and other human services, with an emphasis on long-term economic and housing stability in keeping with the Housing 1st goals. Essential Job Duties: Conduct comprehensive initial screening process to determine eligibility for program services, providing assessment, intake and enrollment where appropriate. Manage a caseload of specific clients including developing Service Goal Plan, budgeting, and monitoring of client’s compliance with program rules. Conduct and document client meetings to monitor progress. Conduct phone follow-up after completion of the program. Conduct outreach and establish network of community resources and services. Make referrals to other services as needed and work with other community providers to provide collaborative services to clients. Conduct unit inspections to ensure compliance with safety and federal/funder regulations. Conduct and document home visits to document progress and ensure that clients still meet program guidelines and eligibility. Process re-certifications as per funder’s requirements. Outreach to landlords for mediation, negotiation, and tenant relations. Monitor direct assistance that can be used for financial support, rent, utility, and security deposit payments. Compile and prepare appropriate tenant/landlord contracts and landlord check request payments to ensure timely delivery. Qualification Requirements: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Must have one of the following: Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from an accredited college or university with one (1) year of case management experience OR Associate’s degree with at least two (2) years of related work experience OR At least four (4) years of related work experience with no relevant education. Housing Counselor Certification a plus Bilingual English and Spanish skills preferred. Additional Qualification Requirements: Ability to work a flexible work schedule to meet client needs Successful completion of background checks is required upon hire All NVFS employees are expected to demonstrate the organizational values and sensitivity to the diversity of the organization’s client base. This description is intended to describe the essential job functions and requirements for the performance of this job. It is not an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and requirements of a person so classified. Northern Virginia Family Service is an Equal Opportunity Employer and E-Verify participant.Please apply via the following link: https://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=e162401b-94dc-4356-82e2-873df321265eManassas, VANorthern Virginia Family Servicehttps://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=e162401b-94dc-4356-82e2-873df321265e5056167
50561673/31/20193/31/20195/31/2019Housing CounselorNorthern Virginia Family Service provides a comprehensive set of services designed to address the root cause of poverty and homelessness within the Northern Virginia area. Housing Counselors provide intake; coordinate and monitor the assessment, treatment/intervention planning process and follow-up for each client; and serve as an advocate and liaison for and on behalf of client. The Housing Counselor (Prevention) will provide assistance in building client self-sufficiency around family systems, housing, budgeting, employment, educational training, health, and other human services, with an emphasis on long-term economic and housing stability in keeping with the Housing 1st goals. Essential Job Duties: Conduct comprehensive initial screening process to determine eligibility for program services, providing assessment, intake and enrollment where appropriate. Manage a caseload of specific clients including developing Service Goal Plan, budgeting, and monitoring of client’s compliance with program rules. Conduct and document client meetings to monitor progress. Conduct phone follow-up after completion of the program. Conduct outreach and establish network of community resources and services. Make referrals to other services as needed and work with other community providers to provide collaborative services to clients. Conduct unit inspections to ensure compliance with safety and federal/funder regulations. Conduct and document home visits to document progress and ensure that clients still meet program guidelines and eligibility. Process re-certifications as per funder’s requirements. Outreach to landlords for mediation, negotiation, and tenant relations. Monitor direct assistance that can be used for financial support, rent, utility, and security deposit payments. Compile and prepare appropriate tenant/landlord contracts and landlord check request payments to ensure timely delivery. Qualification Requirements: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Must have one of the following: Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from an accredited college or university with one (1) year of case management experience OR Associate’s degree with at least two (2) years of related work experience OR At least four (4) years of related work experience with no relevant education. Housing Counselor Certification a plus Bilingual English and Spanish skills preferred. Additional Qualification Requirements: Ability to work a flexible work schedule to meet client needs Successful completion of background checks is required upon hire All NVFS employees are expected to demonstrate the organizational values and sensitivity to the diversity of the organization’s client base. This description is intended to describe the essential job functions and requirements for the performance of this job. It is not an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and requirements of a person so classified. Northern Virginia Family Service is an Equal Opportunity Employer and E-Verify participant.Please apply via the following link: https://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=e162401b-94dc-4356-82e2-873df321265eOakton, VANorthern Virginia Family Servicehttps://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=e162401b-94dc-4356-82e2-873df321265e5056167
50586123/26/20193/24/20194/19/2019Financial and Housing CounselorOur Financial Wellness team helps families and individuals take control of their finances and improve their financial futures. We offer financial counseling and education, housing counseling, bankruptcy counseling, foreclosure intervention and prevention services and student loan counseling focused on helping improve the financial stability and self-sufficiency for families. Your Role: The Financial and Housing Counselor is an integral member of the Financial Wellness team and provides comprehensive services to help families and individuals become financially stronger. Position Responsibilities: • Provide one-on-one comprehensive services which may include the following activities: budget preparation and review; credit report/debt review; pre-purchase housing counseling, foreclosure intervention and prevention; debt management analysis; student loan counseling and bankruptcy counseling. This may include the following: o Reviewing and analyzing credit reports and providing strategies for building credit and reducing debt o Working with clients to prepare a budget, track expenses and provide strategies for budget improvements o Developing of a client-specific Action Plan help meet financial goals o Conducting case management services and follow-up appointments to monitor progress towards meeting financial goals and making adjustments as needed o Teaching clients about the importance of financial wellness and engaging clients in the process of financial goal setting o Performing services in compliance with all agency and funder guidelines including, U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the Executive Office of the U. S. Trustees (EOUST), National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC), Florida Housing Finance Corporation (FHFC), and City of Jacksonville o Maintaining client files per compliance guidelines • Conduct group financial wellness classes • Utilize client management system to enter and update data in a timely manner • Maintain confidentiality of client information/records • Work some evenings and at least 1 Saturday per month • Other duties as assigned Essential Skills • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint • Excellent oral and written communication skills • Knowledge of or ability to identify available community resources • Excellent group presentation skills and understanding of adult learning styles • Strong organizational skills and detail-oriented • Ability to work with minimal direction Qualifications • Bachelor’s Degree from a 4-year accredited institution or minimal of 5 years relevant financial counseling/education experience • Must be able to obtain NFCC certification within 3 months and HUD certification within 6 months of hire • Maintain all certifications as required • Strong understanding of personal finances, particularly in the areas of budgeting, asset and credit building • Must be able to pass criminal background screening • Willingness to travel and attend trainings Experience • Previous experience in banking or mortgage-related fields highly desired • Experience conducting group/classroom trainings • Ability to express empathy and concern for people in high stress situations • Experience in dealing with culturally and economically diverse populations • HUD Housing Counseling experience highly desired • Experience with DMS 6 is a plusPlease send resume and cover letter to: hr@familyfoundations.orgJacksonville, FLFamily Foundations of Northeast Florida, Inc.www.familyfoundations.org5058612
50601553/22/20193/22/20193/22/2019Clinical TherapistWe are seeking a Therapist for Amarillo's Residential Treatment Center, a comprehensive treatment program that serves youth suffering from the impacts of trauma. The RTC is a staff-secure treatment program providing trauma informed services to support adolescents. Arrow's Amarillo RTC is a 50-bed facility serving males and females age 12-17. We are looking for a strong leader to be a part of our Clinical team. This position includes, establishing treatment plans, monitoring progress, and collaborating with staff members in the care of these children. The position is also responsible for integrating Arrow Child & Family Ministries' approaches into all aspects of the treatment strategies.Applicants are encouraged to apply via the link providedAmarillo, TXArrow Child & Family Ministrieshttps://arrow.applicantpro.com/jobs/1000734-72597.html5060155
50601553/22/20193/22/20194/22/2019Therapist - Treatment Foster CareArrow Child & Family Ministries is seeking a Therapist for our specialized foster care program dedicated to children whose behaviors have caused them several disrupted foster home placements and/or psychiatric hospitalizations. Selected therapists for this particular program will be responsible for the design and implementation of therapeutic treatment for children and their foster families. This includes, but is not limited to, establishing treatment plans, monitoring progress, consulting with other treatment team members and referring entities, conducting clinical groups, providing crisis intervention as needed, and ensuring that foster parents maintain compliance with all regulatory standards. The position is also responsible for integrating Arrow Child & Family Ministries' approaches into all aspects of the treatment strategies.Applicants are encouraged to apply via the link providedBeaumont, TXArrow Child & Family Ministrieshttps://arrow.applicantpro.com/jobs/1033153-72597.html5060155
50561673/16/20193/16/20194/30/2019Family Support SpecialistPart of the nationwide Healthy Families America initiative of Prevent Child Abuse America, Healthy Families of Northern Virginia Family Service offers comprehensive support and guidance, through home visitation, to new and expectants parents. The mission of Healthy Families is to promote healthy prenatal outcomes, enhance the development of very young children, and promote healthy family functioning. The Family Support Specialist (FSS) initiates and maintains regular contact with families, primarily in their homes; establishes trusting relationships with families and assists in strengthening parent-child relationships. All NVFS employees are expected to demonstrate the organizational values and sensitivity to the diversity of the organization’s client base. Essential Job Duties: •Conduct client home visits on a regularly assigned schedule with the goal of establishing a trusting relationship in accordance with Healthy Families America Best Practice Standards. •Prepare appropriate activities for home visit using approved evidence-based curriculum and other supplemental materials. •Prepare appropriate activities and facilitate group socialization experiences and field trips for families. •Provide appropriate parenting modeling, education, and other supportive services as outlined in the Healthy Families America Best Practice Standards. •Conduct developmental screening and evaluations using such instruments as ASQ-3, ASQ-SE-2, and HOME with families. •Make referrals to other services as needed and work with other community providers to provide collaborative services to clients. •As needed, use bilingual skills to facilitate communication between participant families and other program staff, providers, and/or partners. •Prepare documentation and maintain client files in accordance with program requirements and NVFS guidelines. •Enter data for record keeping and reporting to meet federal/state/program guidelines. •Participate in regular supervision with Program Supervisor, providing regular updates and preparing case presentations. •Maintain current own level of knowledge on program software and other information on early childhood programs. Qualification and Additional Requirements: •High School graduate or GED; college coursework preferred. •Infant Mental Health endorsement preferred. •Experience working with or providing services to children (aged 0-3 years) and families. •Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite; demonstrated ability to enter and retrieve data using computer systems, systems applications, and other office equipment. •Must be able to lift up to 10 lbs. •Must be comfortable with undesirable home conditions and being around pets/animals/other items in homes. •Successful completion of background checks required upon hire. •Valid U.S. driver's license. •Within a 37.5 hour workweek, needs to have the flexibility to make evening and/or early morning home visits two days per week in order to accommodate clients’ schedules. This description is intended to describe the essential job functions and requirements for the performance of this job. It is not an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and requirements of a person so classified. Northern Virginia Family Service is an Equal Opportunity Employer and E-Verify participant.https://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=50c4a41a-e37c-4778-9855-60d8d0551618 Please click on our link to browse our current openings and apply for any that interest you. You will receive an email confirmation of your application. The Hiring Manager will contact you directly to schedule an interview if your qualifications and experience appear to be a suitable match and you are selected for an interview. If you do not see a position that is right for you at this time, we hope you will revisit us to learn about future opportunities.Prince William, VANorthern Virginia Family Servicehttps://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=50c4a41a-e37c-4778-9855-60d8d05516185056167
50612093/14/20193/14/20196/28/2019Director of Treatment Foster Care/ Chief CPA AdministratorThe Director of Treatment Foster Care, provides effective leadership and management to uphold The Board of Child Care’s Trauma Informed Care Culture for clients, families, key stakeholders and talent to contribute to sustainable change. This position has direct responsibility for the Treatment Foster Care Program, Adoptions, and Independent Living Program under the Board of Child Care’s CPA License. The Director of Treatment Foster Care provides adaptive leadership through supportive coaching and mentoring to the care team, including direct care, clinical, supervisory and support talent to inspire and encourage our workforce and promoting integrity. He/She ensures the creation of strong systems, while supporting the teams to embrace possibilities and develop creative solutions to ensure the demands of the program are exceeded. The Director of Treatment Foster Care ensures the fidelity of the program components and ensures that systems of accountability exist to sustain the treatment expectation. The Director of Treatment Foster Care is responsible for the outcomes of the program and is responsible to identify and problem solve when data indicates that the program is not meeting the needs of the youth and families served through identified benchmarks. The Director of Treatment Foster Care will provide supports and oversight to the leadership team of the program, while promoting and participating in continuous quality improvement efforts. The Director of Treatment Foster Care will utilize adaptive leadership to drive BCC transformational efforts throughout services by building and maintaining high performing teams that work collaboratively to meet program goals. Director of Treatment Foster Care will demonstrate fundamental respect for the dignity of others through employing a trauma informed lens to supervise, coach, and mentor staff, while ensuring accountability for results. The Director of Treatment Foster will represent Board of Child Care in the community and maintains partnerships with key stakeholders in the regions BCC operates. This position will have an annual review completed by the Vice President of Programs with oversight by designated member of the Executive Board of Directors.To apply please complete the online application on our website at www.boardofchildcare.org/careers. The Board of Child Care is an equal opportunity employer committed to excellence through diversity. All eligible candidates, regardless of personal characteristics, are encouraged to apply for vacancies as appropriate.3300 Gaither Road Baltimore, MD 21244Board of Child Carehttps://www.boardofchildcare.org/careers/view-open-jobs/#op-312949-director-of-treatment-foster-care-lcswc5061209
50561673/14/20193/14/20195/31/2019Grants ManagerReporting to the Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations, the Grants Manager plays a key role in acquiring Agency funding by ensuring the integrity of the agency’s funding application submissions and related processes. This includes ensuring timely submission of high quality, targeted grants; tracking program and/or Agency grant proposals, grant awards and grant requirements; building strong functional relationships across the Agency; and collectively authoring grant application content.Please click on our link to see a detailed description of this opening, to browse our other current openings, and apply for any that interest you. You will receive an email confirmation of your application. The Hiring Manager will contact you directly to schedule an interview if your qualifications and experience appear to be a suitable match and you are selected for an interview. If you do not see a position that is right for you at this time, we hope you will revisit us to learn about future opportunities.Oakton, VANorthern Virginia Family Servicehttps://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/Opportunity/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=cdf5e840-9f96-409b-a7c8-d31639a79fe45056167
50179323/8/20193/8/20194/5/2019Therapist - Behavioral Health/Student Assistance Program (SAP) LiaisonHelp Us Change Lives: Auberle Seeks Behavioral Health Therapist For Outpatient Mental Health/Substance Abuse Services With Interest/Experience In Combined Position Of Student Assistance Program (SAP) Liaison Auberle is a nationally recognized, award winning human service organization that serves thousands of children and families each year. For more than 60 years we have been helping build strong individuals, families and communities. Auberle is a faith-based entity dedicated to delivering excellent care that is rooted in trauma-informed practices. Auberle’s staff is comprised of passionate individuals who are committed to finding the most innovative ways to solve our community’s most difficult problems. We know that we deliver impact to our region because we measure everything that we do. We offer 21 programs to at-risk children and families. Auberle’s Behavioral Health Department provides a wide range of services to children, adolescents, adults and families. Services include psychiatric, mental health and substance abuse services through Auberle’s Outpatient Mental Health and Drug & Alcohol licenses. Auberle provides a unique opportunity to work with both the adolescents placed within Auberle’s various group home settings, as well as individuals, families, and couples located within the community. Auberle therapists provide a combination of individual, group, and family therapy. We are seeking a talented and compassionate individual to fill an immediate need for a Master’s level Therapist in our Behavioral Health department with interest in becoming trained (or already having experience) as a SAP Liaison for our Student Assistance Program. Auberle therapists include a combination of Professional Counselors, Marriage & Family Therapists and Social Workers, most of whom are pursuing state licensure. Auberle is invested in employees’ professional development and offers many opportunities for ongoing clinical growth via on-site consultation with experts in the field, training opportunities in evidence-based practice, and providing assistance with supervision hours required for licensure. This position requires a valid driver’s license, vehicle and proof of insurance. Required to apply for Act 33/34 clearances (criminal and child abuse) as well as FBI clearance. Pre-employment drug screening and random employment drug testing required. This position requires working a flexible schedule including several evenings per week. Preference is given to PA State licensed (LPC, LMFT, LCSW) therapists.Auberle offers excellent training opportunities and a comprehensive benefits package. If you are highly motivated, passionate about youth, and interested in making a difference, be sure to apply on the Auberle website, www.auberle.org. Auberle is an Equal Opportunity Employer.McKeesport, PAAuberlehttps://www.auberle.org5017932
50179323/8/20193/8/20194/5/2019Community Behavioral Health ManagerHelp Us Change Lives: Auberle Seeks Community Behavioral Health Manager Auberle is a nationally recognized, award winning human service organization that serves thousands of children and families each year. For more than 60 years we have been helping build strong individuals, families and communities. Auberle is a faith-based entity dedicated to delivering excellent care that is rooted in trauma-informed practices. Auberle’s staff is comprised of passionate individuals who are committed to finding the most innovative ways to solve our community’s most difficult problems. We know that we deliver impact to our region because we measure everything that we do. We offer 21 programs to at-risk children and families. We are seeking a creative, dynamic and compassionate individual to fill an immediate need for Community Behavioral Health Manager. This position will directly supervise staff in several Auberle programs, including but not limited to, Auberle’s Outpatient Drug & Alcohol and Student Assistance Programs. This position also includes direct service with an expectation to carry a limited caseload. Preference will be given to PA State licensed (LPC, LMFT, LCSW) therapists interested in taking on a leadership role in an established Behavioral Health department. Preference will also be given to candidates with a strong background in Drug & Alcohol services. The position requires the ability to engage effectively with others, critical problem-solving skills, excellent clinical judgment, strong work ethic, commitment to professional development of self and supervisees, flexibility, and interest in taking on new challenges. Auberle is seeking an individual with a Master’s degree in counseling or related field and at least two years of progressively responsible experience. Auberle therapists include a combination of Professional Counselors, Marriage & Family Therapists and Social Workers, most of whom are pursuing state licensure. Auberle is invested in employees’ professional development and offers many opportunities for ongoing clinical growth via on-site consultation with experts in the field, training opportunities in evidence-based practice, and providing assistance with supervision hours required for licensure. This position requires a valid driver’s license, vehicle and proof of insurance. Required to apply for Act 33/34 clearances (criminal and child abuse) as well as FBI clearance. Pre-employment drug screening and random employment drug testing required.Auberle offers excellent training opportunities and a comprehensive benefits package. If you are highly motivated, passionate about youth, and interested in making a difference, be sure to apply on the Auberle website, www.auberle.org. Auberle is an Equal Opportunity Employer.McKeesport, PAAuberlehttps://www.auberle.org5017932
50582153/1/20193/1/20193/31/2019Director of Resource Family DevelopmentThe Director of Resource Development works under the direction of the Associate Executive Director and is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the Recruitment, Licensing and Retention program for Alternative Care Providers in designated counties of Missouri. This position is responsible for the supervision of all activities and staff under this program and service compliance with contract/licensing/funding body/accreditation requirements. The Director of Resource Development serves as the on-going liaison between Cornerstones of Care, Children’s Division, subcontractors and community partners. Responsibilities include developing Performance Improvement Plans, evaluating and updating existing policies as needed as well as compiling/analyzing data and preparing reports. This position convenes regular subcontractor meetings to address compliance, best practice, policy updates and innovative ideas to provide services and support families. The Director of Resource Development makes recommendations in personnel issues including hiring, terminating, evaluation and supervision. This position is responsible for managing the allotted budget for the program and representing Cornerstones of Care to the professional and social community. The Director of Resource Development must be willing to travel across the region as job duties require as well as have a flexible work schedule for evenings and weekends. This position requires a Master’s degree in Social Work, Counseling, Human Services, Education, Psychology or Criminal Justice. Five (5) years of paid work experience in the Child Welfare arena that includes supervisory or leadership positions is required.www.cornerstonesofcare.orgKansas City, MOCornerstones of Carehttps://cornerstonesofcare.org/about-us/Join-Our-Team/Job-Openings5058215