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We have a number of employment opportunities available and are looking to hire talented people! Please review the basic requirements and the positions listed below. Please submit your application through our Indeed profile or download the pdf file below. Return pdf applications via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail:
The Volunteer Coordinator will administer all aspects of WCH’s volunteer program including recruiting, training, and supervising volunteers.
Two years related experience/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Associates degree or higher preferred.
The work hours are generally 40 hours Monday through Friday. Special events and November to January will require additional hours.
Completes admission and release paperwork, screens and assesses children when brought in. Distribute paperwork to appropriate departments and agencies.
Preferred 1-3 months related industry experience and either high school diploma or G.E.D.
Full Time; Monday – Friday 2p-10p
The Quality Assurance Specialist has the responsibility of conducting systematic monitoring and evaluation of the various aspects of the Full Case Management program, ensuring that standards of quality are being met and that compliance and performance measures are being achieved. Your role is key in implementation and coordination of the agency wide database and ensuring compliance within program and staff training.
2-3 years related experience.
High School Graduate (diploma or GED). Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
Full Time; Friday – Monday 2p-10p
Provides assessment and referral services to other community support groups as needed as well as coordinating treatment admissions. Facilitate relationship building group for youth, as well as other evidence based curriculum on a weekly basis. Administer Biological/Psychological/Social Screens to identify referral for Protective Custody youth that enter into the Emergency Shelter program. This position is responsible for providing clinical support to the YRCII. Counsels individuals or groups regarding psychological or emotional problems such as stress, substance abuse, residential adjustment, or family situations (stress, anxiety, depression, trauma, and residential life.) Performs mental health screenings and assessments. Develops and implements counseling for youth interactions
4 years related experience.
Bachelor’s degree in social-services field required. Master’s degree preferred. Must be a Licensed Addiction Counselor (LAC) (LMAC preferred) and Mental Health Counselor (LMSW).
Full Time; Monday – Friday 12p-8p
Supervises the biopsychosocial well-being of each client using trauma-informed, survivor-centered, restorative practice techniques. Uses appropriate role modeling skills to instill hope, effect healing and restoration, promote growth and development to empower clients to transform their lives.
High school diploma or general education degree (G.E.D) and 1-2 years related experience preferred.
Full Time (40 hours/week) and Part Time (16-32 hours/week) opportunities available.