180 Turning Lives Around is seeking clinicians for our Keeping Families Together program. Prefer FT, but will consider PT candidates.
Master’s degree in social work (or related field) with LCSW/LPC required. Must have 2 years+ post-masters counseling experience with knowledge of the issues related to domestic and sexual violence, child abuse, human trafficking, and trauma. Bilingual Spanish preferred.
Prefer candidates that also possess the CADC or LCADC credential.
Candidate should possess knowledge, skills, and experience diagnosing and treating mental health and/or substance use issues. Must be able to serve diverse populations and provide culturally competent services.
Clinician will provide direct therapeutic support to families identified by DCP&P who are in the KFT program. Will provide ongoing in-home psychosocial assessment and individual or family counseling services. Able to assess children, adults, families, create treatment plans and provide a variety of evidence-based interventions based on client needs. Seeking clinicians who are trauma-informed, able to convey empathy, compassion, and develop a positive rapport.
Candidate must possess strong clinical, communication, problem-solving, advocacy, networking, and collaborative skills. Must be able to work with a team to support wrap-around services to families. Abel to be flexible, and creative in approach.
Successful completion of 40 hours domestic violence training required (can be provided upon hire). Must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills as well as basic computer skills (email, word, excel, PowerPoint). Driver’s license and vehicle required.
Send resume to: 180 Turning Lives Around, 1 Bethany Rd., Bldg. 3, Suite 42, Hazlet, NJ 07730 Attn: GT, fax to 732-264-8655 or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. AA/EOE.