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Catholic Community Services is recruiting for a Treatment Foster Care (TFC) Program Director 1. The TFC Program Director has responsibility for the overall administration of all Treatment Foster Care programs and services. The TFC Program Director has responsibility to support the Oregon Youth Authority and Department of Human Services programs Continuous Quality Improvement Team to plan and deliver services in a manner consistent with the mission, vision, values and services commitments of Catholic Community Services.
Catholic Community Services is a 501 (c) faith based, social service organization serving children, youth, adults, and families with special needs in the Mid-Willamette Valley and Central Oregon coast.
Our mission: To champion the positive development of children and adults, strengthen families and buid community.
Requirements and Qualifications:
- Master's degree from an accredited college or university with major study in social work or a closly related allied field.
- One year of experience in the care and treatment of children or young adults.
- QMHP required.
- Four years related work experience with progressive responsibililty.
- Demonstrated competence in program management, supervision, personnel management, fiscal management, and budgeting.
- Cultural competency in Hispanic/Latino culture and tradition preferred.
- Bilingual in English/Spanish preferred.
- Valid driver's license and reliable transportation.
- Computer proficient.
- Prior experience with risk management preferred.
- Professional certification/license in the mental health discipline is preferred.
This position is full-time, salaried/exempt $21.90-$26.29 per hour/DOE and will be open until filled.
How to apply: Please complete the online application at www.ccswv.org/joinourteam.html
Catholic Community Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We value diversity and our programs and employment are open to all. We offer a friendly, team-based environment, a competitive salary, and an excellent benefits and paid time off package. Full-time employees earn five weeks paid time-off a year.
Therapist - Outpatient Mental Health Program
St. Mary's Home for Boys, a residential treatment facility with 125 years of exceptional service to Oregon's underprivileged youth, has a full-time opening for a therapist to work with youth ages 10-17 with behavioral and emotional disorders.
Qualifications: Requires Licensure (LPC, LMFT, or equivalent) with a Master's Degree in psychology, counseling social work, or closely related field.
Responsibilities: Includes assessments and development of treatment plans; individual, group and family therapy; involvement in MHO billing process.
Experience and Requirements: Documented experience working with emotionally disturbed clients ages 10-17 with knowledge of trauma informed treatment and interventions. Must possess knowledge of a variety of intervention strategies with an emphasis on cognitive behavioral. Experience required with adolescents in similar setting who have presenting problems that include: ADHD/impulse control issues, attachment issues, conduct problems and mood disorders. EMDR, Motivational Interviewing and Mindfulness skills preferred. Working knowledge of sex offender modalities also preferred. Professional and descriptive chart notes reflecting meaureable movement toward treatment goals are essential.
Core Schedule: Monday through Friday, 9 am - 5pm.
Hired employee must pass State and FBI criminal history background checks.
See our sebsite for further information: www.stmaryshome.org
Counselor - Tenure Track - Tacoma Community College
Tacoma Community College (TCC) invites applications for an exciting opportunity as a Tenure Track Counselor. The counselor will provide short term personal and crisis counseling, career and goal clarification, educational planning and support services to a wide variety of prospective and enrolled students. This position will also work to identify and meet the needs of military students and their families, as well as teach human development/college success courses and workshops as appropriate. If you would like to become part of an exceptional team committed to improving the lives of our students and the welfare of our community, we'd love to hear from you.
TCC is a comprehensive community college located in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, just 35 miles south of Seattle. We are a diverse, creative, and engaging institution, dedicated to meaningful and relevant learning, creating greater equity, and celebrating success in our lives and communities. The Tacoma-Pierce County area, located on beautiful Puget Sound and framed by the Cascade and Olympic mountain ranges, offer residents and visitors a wealth of cultural and recreational opportunities.
Our ideal candidate will have:
- Master's Degree from an accredited college or university in Counseling or related field, including a supervised counseling practicum.
- One (1) year full time equivalent (FTE) post-Master's degree counseling experience.
- Experience working with veterans or military affilicated individuals.
- Intermediate experience with business management software.
To view the complete position description, qualifications, and application information, please visit http://www.tacomacc.edu/abouttcc/employment/facultyopenings/
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Principle Executive Manager D, Treatment Services Supervisor
Oregon Youth Authority (OYA) is looking to hire a Principal Executive Manager D, as a Treatment Services Supervisor. This position is location in the Central Office in Salem, Oregon. It supervises the Qualified Mental Health Professionals (QMHPs)part of the state's management team.
The primary purpose of this position is to provide clinical supervision specific to mental health treatment as assigned and per agency policy to QMHPs within the youth correctional facilities to coordinate and support eveidence-based mental health treatment services, programs and curricula.
The position also provides support and technical assistance to OYA administration and staff regarding mental health treatment. It is responsible for contract administration, contract monitoring, and the provision of technical assistance for contracted behavioral healthcare providers. Duties will also include program monitoring and evaluation, participation in the review and approval of curricula for use with OYA youth. This position works as a member of the Treatment Services team and facilitator and/or coordinator of agency-wide or cross-jurisdictional teams, with extensive interaction with juvenile justice agencies and other agency and community partners.
Current Oregon clinical mental health license (e.g., Licensure as a Child Psychologist, LCSW, LMFT, LPC) in good standing AND current qualification under that Oregon licensing board's requirements for provision of independent licensure supervision required. Primary clinical experience working with children/adolescents/young adults required. Two years of clinical supervisory experience preferred. Training and experience in providing Trauma-Informed Care and Collaborative Problem Solving preferred.
Visit the agency website at: http://www.oregon/gov/OYA, job #OYA15-0006. EOE.