Professional Opportunities at Family Services
Family Services is seeking a full-time (35 hours/week) CASA Advocate Supervisor for its Essex County Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) program. The CASA Advocate Supervisor will recruit, train, supervise and support a group of volunteer advocates and Peer Coordinators who advocate for abused and neglected children involved in Care and Protection cases heard out of the Essex County Juvenile Courts. The ideal candidate will be capable of working independently as well as in a team, be computer literate, and have supervisory experience and/or experience working with DCF, the court and community organizations. Bilingual (Spanish & English) a plus!
Family Services is seeking a full-time (30 hours/week) Training Coordinator for its Samaritans suicide prevention program. The Training Coordinator will co-present or lead various suicide prevention/postvention trainings/education programs throughout Essex County and portions of Middlesex County as well as other areas in Massachusetts as needed. The position also requires monitoring DHP contract budgets, coordinating the CEU process, and support other activities of the Samaritans program.
Family Services is currently hiring a full-time, bilingual (English & Spanish) Mental Health Clinician to work at its expanding Counseling Center in Lawrence. The ideal candidate will be independently licensed in Massachusetts and want to work with clients ranging in age from childhood to adulthood. Ability to work two weekday evenings until 7:00pm per week is required. Family Services Mental Health Clinic is licensed by the Department of Public Health and serves a wide range of clients.
Family Services is a National Health Service Corp (NHSC) site which offers student loan repayment program up to $30,000 a year for full-time independently licensed clinicians.
Family Services is seeking Therapeutic Mentors for the Lawrence, Haverhill and Lowell areas. Therapeutic Mentors provide one-to-one, strengths-based support to children, adolescents, and transition-age youth who have emotional/behavioral challenges. Therapeutic Mentors work in community settings (schools, parks, homes, etc.), teaching youth the skills of communication, conflict resolution, problem solving, and age-appropriate behaviors so that they can succeed in their homes, schools, and communities.
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