Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of 44th Annual TFA Conference: Hope, Health, and Healing.
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Alternate Teaching Parent
Community Teaching Homes Message me for more details. Too much to type! Haha
Professional Foster Parent
Children’s Hope Alliance Foster Parents to serve TFC and Higher level children in partnership with Child ACTT. Families receive a living wage + the stipend based on identified level of care.
Foster Parent Recruiter Trainer
Children’s Hope Alliance Recruit and train prospective foster parents in Western NC.
Mental Health Technician
Juneau Youth Services This position is responsible for providing strength-based treatment and behavioral interventions according to the Teaching Family Model and the individualized treatment plans for youth experiencing significant emotional and behavioral difficulties and their families.
This position has several work locations including in a residential facility or in one of our community based locations (outpatient setting, in-home services and school sites).
Using the Teaching Family Model, provide behavioral health interventions and teach skill development including effective communication, positive social interaction, problem solving, decision making and anger management to families, individual clients and groups as defined in the treatment plans.
We offer competitive wages and benefits. Come join our team in the beautiful capitol city of Juneau, AK! For more information please visit our website or contact our HR Department.
Clinician (Unlicensed or Licensed)
Juneau Youth Services This position provides individual, family and group therapy services in a program providing services to youth and their families experiencing significant emotional or behavioral difficulties. We provide services in either our residential facilities or in the our community based programs.
The clinician is responsible for developing and directing all treatment planning and treatment service delivery, in collaboration with the treatment team. A key accountability for this position is to attain a high level of productivity in clinical and treatment services. Additionally all staff are trained in the Teaching Family Model to provide strength-based treatment and behavioral interventions.
We offer competitive wages and benefits. Clinical supervision and consultation is provided as a part of employment. Relocation assistance may be available.
Come join our team in the beautiful capitol city of Juneau, AK! For more information please visit our website or contact our HR Department.
Director of Quality Improvement
Carolina Youth Development Center The primary responsibility of the Director of Quality Improvement is to support the CYDC leadership team in developing and implementing a continuous quality improvement process, ensuring they have the tools, resources, systems, and support needed to deliver impactful programming that will improve outcomes and opportunities for children and families across the Lowcountry. For more information, visit www.cydc.org.
Carolina Youth Development Center The Family Teacher has the responsibility of directing and safely supervising the youth in our care. The Family Teacher will provide youth with a caring environment in which to grow and learn; model and teach social skills, self-help skills, academic skills, and independent living skills; foster the development of youth; and work with other professionals in carrying out responsibilities; and maintain confidentiality of youth and program information.
To apply, send a resume with a cover letter to Human Resources, 5055 Lackwanna Blvd. North Charleston, SC 29405, Fax: 843-266-5201, or via email to HR@cydc.org
Carolina Youth Development Center The primary responsibility of the House Parent (Independent Family Teacher) is to provide a safe, nurturing, and therapeutic environment with optimal learning for abused and neglected youth. House Parents work in a structured, home-like environment and are responsible for providing emotional, physical, intellectual and psychological support to clients. House Parents are responsible for teaching life skills to youth aging out of the foster care system.
To apply, send a resume with a cover letter to Human Resources, 5055 Lackawanna Blvd. North Charleston, SC 29405, Fax: 843-266-5201, or via email to HR@cydc.org
Opportunity is knocking! Are you ready to answer by transitioning your experience in your current teaching home?
Community Teaching Homes Have you ever considered owning and managing your own Teaching Family Program? We are looking for a couple interested in owning and manage their own group home in an already established program. This beautiful home is with an agency that is QRTP certified (Qualified Residential Treatment Program) and is ready to proceed with its success as a turnkey operational 5 bedroom home licensed for up to 10 clients (co-ed, boys, or girls). Our Home is on 1.5 acres and 2 stories in NE Ohio, country living with nearby stores and medical facilities. Excellent school system, community support and great reputation in the area. This home has been operational since 2011 with continuation of current license remains up to date however, it needs amazing people like you to continue providing services to our youths in care. Our agency has 6 homes in NW Ohio which are privately owned by Teaching Parents, multiple financing options are available.