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POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

Crisis Intervention Advocate

June 27, 2017

Family Service of the Piedmont is a not for profit agency whose mission is to promote healthy lives and relationships for children, families and individuals, through early intervention, treatment and support in times of crisis or transition.

The agency is seeking a Crisis Intervention Advocate to provide crisis intervention services to victims of violent and/or intrusive crimes through the Agency’s domestic violence/sexual assault crisis line and with those who present as walk-ins to the agency. The Crisis Intervention Advocate is the liaison and portal of entry for victims and the Domestic Violence shelter.

Responsibilities:

  1. Reduces stress and trauma for victims by providing crisis intervention and advocacy services to clients, coordinating cases with the Guilford County court system and the community, referring clients to community resources, providing crisis lines services the entry point to shelter, and accompanying clients to medical, legal or judicial procedures.
  2. Documents services by writing progress reports and completing other documentation as required by the agency, accreditation and ethical standards.
  3. Educates the community about family violence, sexual assault and other crimes by training and providing community education programs as needed.
  4. Maintains harmonious working environment by participation in team and staff meetings, consulting with staff regarding topic areas, respecting cultural and lifestyle differences and by providing support and encouragement to other staff members.
  5. Assists agency in overall service delivery by performing other administrative duties as delegated or required.

Qualifications:

  1. The ability to respond appropriately to the cultural differences present among the organization’s service population and staff is required.
  2. Ability to work in partnership with other team members.
  3. Ability to forge a mutually respectful partnership with persons served and their families in which they are helped to gain the skills and confidence to address any issues and problems they face.
  4. Conviction about the capacity of people to grow and change.
  5. Ability to set limits and maintain the helping role of the practitioner and to intervene appropriately to meet the needs of the persons served or other family members.
  6. Minimum of Bachelor’s level degree in criminal justice, human service or related field.

Send resume and letter to:

Human Resources

Family Service of the Piedmont

902 Bonner Drive

Jamestown, NC 27282

FAMILY SERVICE OF THE PIEDMONT IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

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POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

Outpatient Mental Health/Dual Diagnosis Therapist

June 2, 2017

Family Service of the Piedmont is a not for profit agency whose mission is to promote healthy lives and relationships for children, families and individuals, through early intervention, treatment and support in times of crisis or transition.

The agency is seeking a Outpatient Mental Health/Dual Diagnosis Therapist to provide individual, group and family therapy to a diverse population, including outpatient substance abuse treatment.

Responsibilities:   

  1. Provides quality, culturally sensitive, respectful treatment services to a diverse population by using individual, family and group modalities.
  2. Documents all treatment services by formulating assessment and treatment plans, writing progress notes and transfer/termination summaries and completing other documentation as required by agency, funder and ethical standards. Documentation is to be completed per Agency policy.
  3. Maintains harmonious relationships with community organizations by providing professional liaison concerning specific cases when indicated, and by providing consultation and advocacy when appropriate.
  4. Maintains positive relationships with agency and team staff by contributing to team cohesiveness, by consulting and collaborating with other staff as needed, and by fostering an atmosphere of tolerance of cultural and lifestyle differences.
  5. Seeks/maintains licensure through continuing education experiences as required.

Qualifications:

  1. Dual Licensure strongly preferred – LCSW/LCAS or LCAS-A preferred or LCSW with TF-CBT Certification strongly preferred.
  2. The ability to respond appropriately to the cultural differences present among the organization’s service population and staff is required.
  3. Ability to work in partnership with other team members.
  4. Ability to forge a mutually respectful partnership with persons served and their families in which they are helped to gain the skills and confidence to address any issues and problems they face.
  5. Conviction about the capacity of people to grow and change.
  6. Ability to set limits and maintain the helping role of the practitioner and to intervene appropriately to meet the needs of the persons served or other family members.
  7. Clinical training in Integrated Dual Diagnosis Treatment preferred.
  8. Master’s degree in social work, counseling, or related field.

Send resume and letter to:

Human Resources

Family Service of the Piedmont

902 Bonner Drive

Jamestown, NC 27282

FAMILY SERVICE OF THE PIEDMONT IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

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POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

Children’s Advocacy Center Coordinator – Greensboro

April 4, 2017

Family Service of the Piedmont is a not for profit agency whose mission is to promote healthy lives and relationships for children, families and individuals, through early intervention, treatment and support in times of crisis or transition.

The agency is seeking a Children’s Advocacy Center Coordinator to coordinate the comprehensive services to child victims of violent and/or intrusive crimes using a child advocacy center model.

Responsibilities:

  1. Work with local law enforcement, the District Attorney’s office, the Department of Social Services and other service providers to maintain the partnerships critical to the success of the CAC.
  2. Implement, manage and provide oversight for the protocols and program design to ensure that the CAC meets national standards.
  3. Provide supervision to ensure success of the program by overseeing the coordination of case reviews, the case tracking system, and making monthly reports to the Child Advocacy Network group/multidisciplinary teams serving as the advisory committee of the CAC.
  4. Develops a competent and productive staff by providing individual and team supervision, delegating tasks and duties, hiring staff and maintaining a harmonious and positive work environment.
  5. Provide administrative and clinical supervision to CAC staff Advocates and Forensic interviewers.
  6. Provide professional Forensic Interviews when Forensic Interviewer is unable to do so.
  7. Reduces stress and trauma to victims and their families by supervising advocacy services and by coordinating referrals with law enforcement, the criminal justice system, hospitals and other service providers.
  8. Document services by writing progress reports and completing other documentation as required by the agency, accreditation and ethical standards.
  9. Educate the community about child advocacy centers, child abuse, family violence, sexual assault and other crimes by training and providing community education programs as needed.
  10. Maintain harmonious working environment by participation in team and staff meetings, consulting with staff regarding topic areas, respecting cultural and lifestyle differences and by providing support and encouragement to other staff members.
  11. Assisting agency in overall service delivery by performing other administrative duties as delegated or required.
  12. Remains current with professional literature on child abuse issues and interviewing techniques.
  13. Build and lead CAC team by maintaining team cohesiveness and positive relationships with and between team members. Foster an atmosphere of acceptance and tolerance of cultural and lifestyle difference.

Qualifications:

  1. Ability to respond appropriately to the cultural differences present among the organization’s service population and staff is required.
  2. Ability to work in partnership with other team members.
  3. Ability to forge a mutually respectful partnership with persons served and their families in which they are helped to gain the skills and confidence to address any issues and problems they face.
  4. Conviction about the capacity of people to grow and change.
  5. Ability to set limits and maintain the helping role of the practitioner and to intervene appropriately to meet the needs of the persons served or other family members.
  6. Valid driver’s license, clean driving record and the ability to operate a motor vehicle.
  7. Ability to sit, stand, walk, lift light objects as needed, move about the office or otherwise perform the physical tasks required to perform the duties listed above.
  8. Experience and knowledge of child abuse investigation and prosecution procedures, child development, and the dynamics of child and family abuse required.
  9. Bachelor’s degree is Human Services or related field required. Master’s degree preferred.

Send resume and letter to:

Human Resources

Family Service of the Piedmont

902 Bonner Drive

Jamestown, NC 27282

FAMILY SERVICE OF THE PIEDMONT IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

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POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

Nurse Care Manager – Integrated Primary Care Program

Full Time or Part-time Shifts Available

Family Service of the Piedmont is a not for profit agency whose mission is to promote healthy lives and relationships for children, families and individuals, through early intervention, treatment and support in times of crisis or transition.

The agency is seeking a Nurse Care Manager to coordinate integrated services enabling clients to receive needed treatment by engaging clients in primary medical care, providing health education, monitoring client care, and participating on the Integrated Care Multi-Disciplinary Team.

Responsibilities:

  1. Screen for physical health concerns, describe the Integrated Care Program and attempt to engage clients in primary medical care.
  2. Provide quality, culturally sensitive, respectful services to a diverse client population.
  3. Maintain harmonious relationships with the multidisciplinary team and community organizations by providing professional liaison concerning specific cases, by providing consultation and advocacy when appropriate, and by representing the agency in assigned community projects.
  4. Provide overall health education, education for chronic disease sufferers, and medication education.
  5. Provide triage/screening services prior to client appointment with primary care provider. Perform blood draws on occasion when the CMA in not available.
  6. Assist in crisis management situations in concert with the behavioral health management staff.
  7. Assist clients with treatment decision-making, help monitor symptoms, and assist with the implementation of the Ask Me 3 Campaign.
  8. Provide collaborative support to the primary care provider.
  9. Attend physician appointments as needed and maintain contact with others who are involved in client care.
  10. Ensure the client remains engaged in the treatment process and understands the overall service plan.
  11. Perform case management functions and ensure Coordination of Care for all patients
  12. Participate on the Counseling Services team and ICP Multidisciplinary Team.
  13. Performs other activities, duties or assignments as may be needed for effective agency functioning.

Qualifications:

  1. Ability to forge a mutually respectful partnership with persons served and their families in which they are helped to gain the skills and confidence to address any issues and problems they face.
  2. The ability to respond appropriately to the cultural differences present among the organization’s service population and staff is required.
  3. Ability to work in partnership with other team members.
  4. Conviction about the capacity of people to grow and change.
  5. Ability to set limits and maintain the helping role of the practitioner and to intervene appropriately to meet the needs of the persons served or other family members.
  6. Computer literacy.
  7. Strong customer service and organizational skills
  8. Resourcefulness in problem solving.
  9. LPN or RN required.

Send resume and letter to:

Human Resources

Family Service of the Piedmont

902 Bonner Drive

Jamestown, NC 27282

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DISCLAIMER: The diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric disorders requires trained professionals. The information provided here is to be used for educational purposes only. It should not be used as a substitute for seeking professional care for the diagnosis and/or treatment of any mental or psychiatric disorder.