Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of TFA's 42nd Annual Conference: INNOVATE. INTEGRATE. INSPIRE.
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Talk to us Northwest Ohio, buy your own home, choose the kids you live with, super high pay. Lots to explain,. this agency set up by teaching parents for teaching parents. small agency made up of long term teaching parents.
Teaching-Family Model Director
Tennessee Family Solutions, Inc. This position is responsible for oversight of all of the TFM Integrated Systems. The TFMD supervises the consultation team which function as the trainer/consultant/evaluators as well as the ICF/ID program.
Tennessee Family Solutions, Inc. Check out the description in our website or come and talk to one of the TFS staff here at conference!
Hope Center for Children Family Teacher joining an awesome team and working with a great group of 12-18 year old girls in Spartanburg, SC.
Methodist Home for Children At Methodist Home for Children, we provide safe, stable homes where children can thrive and live to their full, God-given potential.
Our Juvenile Assessment & Crisis Centers serve boys and girls with histories of mental illness, neglect, trauma, or substance abuse. Referred by juvenile court counselors, youth stay 14 to 30 days for comprehensive testing and observation under the supervision of a licensed psychologist and licensed clinical case managers. They leave with a plan of care that maps out their strengths, areas of focus, goals, and services in their community that can help.
We are seeking a Psychologist to join our team near Raleigh,NC. This position provides clinical oversight for assigned cases at the assessment center. This can be a part-time or full-time opportunity.
Administer Assessment Center program according to the Agency mission, and to ensure the integrity of program provision that is consistent with the Agency’s mission and Model of Care.
Provide oversight and consultative supervision of all Assessment Center staff.
Design and support implementation of Assessment Center protocols employed in service delivery.
Provide and/or oversee psychological testing for clients.
Ensure appropriate assessments are completed for individuals served.
Identify and implement, as appropriate, best practice protocols.
Identify and monitor operational, service, and personal outcomes.
Communicate with Court Services staff regarding individual cases.
Opportunity to work with three other licensed psychologists in consultation, research, and potential publications.
Perform other tasks and responsibilities as assigned by the Director of Residential Services.
Knowledge: Doctorate Degree and current license with NC Psychology Board.
Experience: Two (2) or more years of full-time, direct service provision experience in diagnosing, treating and evaluating the effectiveness of treatment of the client population served.
Clinical Case Manager
Methodist Home for Children Operated by Methodist Home for Children in partnership with the Department of Public Safety, our Juvenile Assessment & Crisis centers provide a comprehensive juvenile assessment in a residential setting with the goal of matching the youth to the most appropriate services in his or her community.
We are currently seeking a Clinical Case Manager to write individualized service plans for youth, under the direction of a licensed Psychologist, and serving as the primary liaison for the families and court services staff.
Clinical Case Managers
Receive and assess referral information prior to admission. Arrange the intake process at admission.
Join with and support families as their child goes through the assessment process.
Arrange Child and Family Team Meetings.
Provide Family Crisis Counseling as recommended by the Standardized Program Evaluation Protocol (SPEP).
Successfully complete training in relevant assessment tools to ensure reliability.
Administer testing as licensure allows including scoring, interpretation and summarizing.
Assist and collaborate with the Psychologist in the writing of the report.
Participate in Clinical Supervision
Fulfill any and all supervision requirements established by the relevant Board in the State of North Carolina to either obtain or maintain licensure/certification.
Assist in developing and maintaining productive community resources to support program and client rehabilitation objectives.
Perform other related duties as requested by the Coordinator, Chief Psychologist, Psychologist or Director.
Qualified candidates will
possess a Master's degree in a human services field;
be licensed by the relevant state board;
have two years of experience providing therapeutic services.
This opportunity requires a valid NC driver's license, the ability to pass required screenings and trainings, and the ability to work a flexible schedule.
Residential Program Manager
Methodist Home for Children Methodist Home for Children, headquartered in Raleigh, is a 501(c)(3) that works to ensure safe, nurturing homes for children while working to eradicate the social and family problems that lead to abuse, neglect, family disruption and abandonment. We provide community-based services for children and families throughout North Carolina.
We are currently seeking Program Managers for our multipurpose homes in the following NC cities: Goldsboro, Lumberton, Winto
Multipurpose homes are residential facilities for youth. Residency in our multipurpose homes has been proven to interrupt lifetime criminal behavior for Level II repeat juvenile offenders. MHC staff implement a model of care that teaches teens to change problem behaviors and attitudes, expand their skills and recover from setbacks and mistakes.
The Program Manager is responsible for the on-site administration and supervision of program operations of the assigned group home. Responsibilities include programmatic supervision of the group home, as well as management of the home's budget, staff, delivery of program services, coordination of volunteers, and relationships with service professionals, clients and their families, neighbors of the home and the general community.
ARE YOU QUALIFIED? Must be twenty-one (21) years of age
REQUIRED- Minimum of a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited university or college. A degree in a human services field is preferred.
Three (3) years of experience working with client population
Previous supervisory experience of child-care workers is preferred. Direct care experience with adolescents and their families also is preferred.
BENEFITS: Methodist Home for Children offers competitive pay, generous vacation and sick leave, paid training, and opportunities for professional development. Medical/Dental/Vision coverage, along with other supplemental benefits, are available after 90 days of employment
Early Childhood Day Treatment Therapist
The Children's Home Provides mental health treatment (individual/family and Day Treatment groups) to clients and clinical leadership to assigned treatment team in the Early Childhood Day Treatment program
Relief family teacher (single)
Indiana United Methodists Children’s Home $47,500 starting salary, on campus housing, work across 6 campus-based group homes. May work up to 80 per week. Youth are 14-20 years old. AFT must have the ability to work solo, must have strong teaching and relationships, professionalism and flexibility a key.
Residential Program Manager
IUMCH Supervise 4 consultants, provide 24/7 on call support, enhance program integrated systems 70 k negotiable on campus housing provided must be strong in model knowledge and application