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Child Abuse Prevention Council – Open Positions
Case Manager – Court Appointed Special Advocate Program
Under general supervision, provide case management services to clients in accordance with the funding contract. This may include, but is not limited to needs assessments, referrals to community resources, instruction (one-on-one and in group or classroom settings), follow-up contact, coaching, mentoring, recruiting, and social service support to the client.
Program Manager – Suicide Prevention
This position oversees the Suicide Prevention program. The Program Manager performs complex administrative work in the management of funding contracts in the Clinical Services department. This includes but is not limited to overall program management, work prioritization and assignment, budgeting, staff supervision, reporting as required by laws and funding contracts, and direct case management services.
Mental Health Specialist – Suicide Prevention
This position will build community relationships with participating schools and districts of the Suicide Prevention program. Additionally, they will assist with community task force development and implementation to support CAPC’s effort in building community awareness of Suicide Prevention and providing information and education on the Yellow Ribbon Campaign and other required education & awareness campaigns. This position will support with training at various school sites, youth and community engagement activities (such as Get Connected Remembrance Walk) and support all clinical efforts to bring services to consumers & schools. This position will also screen high school students for depression and link them to appropriate services – including student groups, which this position will facilitate.
School Based Clinician – SAFE Program
(Student and Family Empowerment Program)
This position will provide culturally competent, strength-based, family focused specialty mental health services to meet the prevention, intervention and treatment needs of at-risk children and families. This position is responsible for ethical assessment, diagnosis and treatment planning for children and youth 5-18 years old who are at –risk of poor academic performance and/or suspensions and expulsions. This position is also responsible for coordinating and providing medical necessity evaluation, case management, intensive care coordination, and intensive home based mental health services as appropriate. Services may be school based & Clinicians may work at more than one location.
Teacher, Associate Teacher, & Site Coordinator
Preschool and infant/toddler teachers will implement and oversee all components of a quality preschool or infant/toddler program well working effectively with parents and staff. The Teacher will be responsible for data collection and all accompanying documents for the classroom. The Associate Teacher will support the Teacher by implementing all correspondence of a quality preschool or infant/toddler program. The Associate teacher will also support the Teacher in developing age-appropriate activities. The Site Coordinator will oversee and manage the successful implementation all components of a quality preschool or infant/toddler child care center while working effectively with parents. The Site Coordinator is responsible for consistent implementation of the curriculum to ensure fidelity. The Site Coordinator is responsible for supervising the teaching staff and promoting the success of the teaching team by adhering to all policies and procedures, and working to maintain compliance with all Licensing and funding regulations.
Early Head Start Home Based Teacher
Under the supervision of the Program Manager, the Early Head Start Home Based Teacher facilitate healthy parent-child attachment and relationship building, provide or arrange for comprehensive Early Head Start services (including education, health and safety, family support, nutrition, family engagement, and other services appropriate) for up to (11) assigned families of prenatal, infant, and toddler children served in home based option as defined by the Head Start Performance Standards.