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Summer Camp Staff – Arc Mid-South

Are you a compassionate care giver? Does dependable, self-motivated, full of energy describe you?

The Arc Mid-South is hiring Direct Support Professionals to serve individuals with disabilities (3:1 ratio) at our 8 day, overnight Summer Camp Pinecrest Retreat Center in Moscow, TN July 22 – 29, 2015

Campers enjoy a variety of recreational activities including water fun, arts and crafts, entertainment, making tie-dye items, volleyball, dancing, Zumba, swimming, hiking, learning to be more independent, making s’mores, and much more. And they make life-long friends! This is a great opportunity for Direct Care Professionals, college students and persons specializing in therapy, psychology, special education, nursing, and other social & human service fields. For more information contact The Arc Mid-South at info@thearcmidsouth.org 901.327.2473 http://www.thearcmidsouth.org/

Are you a compassionate care giver? Does dependable, self-motivated, full of energy describe you? Join The Fun!

The Arc Mid-South is hiring Direct Support Professionals to serve individuals with disabilities at our 2 day overnight Weekend Retreat.

Locations:

Service Over Self / 2505 Poplar Avenue / Memphis, TN

Nelson Wood / 3932 West Union Road / Millington, TN

St. Columba / 4577 Billy Maher Road / Memphis, TN

Stephen Olford / 4000 Riverdale Road / Memphis, TN

 

Retreat Dates 2015:

(Time: Friday 6pm – Sunday 12 noon)

• February 20th- 22nd

• March 27th-29th

• April 17th-19th

• May 8th-10th

The Arc Mid-South has provided Respite Weekend Retreats for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities for over 30 years. Formatted to be “mini-camps”, the weekend retreats are staffed with a ratio of 3:1 and offer social, recreational, and educational activities to participants while helping campers achieve greater independence.

Attendees will enjoy a variety of recreational activities including games, arts & crafts, entertainment, making tie-dye items, volleyball, nature walks, dancing, movies and learning to be more independent. And they make lifelong friends!

This is a great opportunity for seniors, retirees, or college students specializing in social work, special education, therapy, psychology, nursing, and other social and human service fields.

If you are interested in working as a Direct Support Professional at The Arc Mid-South, apply online at http://www.thearcmidsouth.org/employment.htm or apply in person at:

The Arc Mid-South

3485 Poplar Avenue, Suite 210

Memphis, TN 38111

The Arc Mid-South is an equal opportunity employer.

 

 

 

 

Department of Children Services; hiring in-home counselors (The Exchange Club)

We are seeking Master’s level Counselors and Social Workers with at least one (1) year of clinical experience working with youth and families. Relevant experience includes providing individual/family counseling, domestic violence counseling, sexual and/or other abuse counseling, grief counseling, behavior modification, anger management, and/or parenting education. Those interested must also have experience with evidence-based curriculum and best practice models. Applicants must poses strong organizational and time management skills; pay attention to detail; have excellent written, verbal and oral skills; be able to manage multiple priorities simultaneously; and have access to a computer, printer, and internet service. Reliable transportation is a must and a favorable driving record is required.

Program Overview

In-Home Therapeutic Family Services provide short-term, highly intensive, home-based services designed to protect, treat, and support youth and families. FSPs are closely supervised by licensed clinical agency staff and provide a wide range of flexible and responsible services that are skill building, teaching and modeling, advocacy, and crisis management focused. These services will help the FSP and family attain individualized goals for each individual family and may include life development skills, anger management, parent education, conflict resolution training, family violence intervention, and/or other services not covered by TNCARE.

Position Description

Under the contractual agreement, FSPs will receive remuneration only for face-to-face counseling and intervention services with the client. The schedule is non-traditional, but flexible and based around the clients’ and contractor’s availability.

Responsibilities include:

• Carry a minimum caseload of two (2) cases per month;
• Develop initial needs assessments, individualized service plans, activity logs, session notes, and monthly summaries as well as maintain high quality and timely documentation of all case work; and other natural environments that are most convenient to each client/family;
• Provide a minimum of one (1) face-to-face counseling session per week in the home, school
• Provide advocacy and referrals for community resources that fit the families’ needs;
• Assist families in developing an information support system to ensure long-term stability for
• Provide weekly updates to DCS and maintain weekly supervision/consultation with ECFC
• Provide 24-hour emergency response and crisis intervention as needed;
• Attend all required meetings and trainings including requested court appearances, Child and the family; clinical supervisor; Family Team Meetings, group trainings, etc.

This is an independent contractual position and is not an employment opportunity with The Exchange Club Family Center or The TN Department of Children’s Services. If this is something you are interested in please email a copy of your résumé to epittman@exchangeclub.net.

Contract Workers Needed by The Exchange Club Family Center

This message is regarding independent contractual work with The Exchange Club Family Center as an In-home Family Services Provider (FSP) for children and families referred for intensive services through the TN Department of Children’s Services. 

We are seeking Master’s level Counselors and Social Workers with at least one (1) year of clinical experience working with youth and families.  Relevant experience includes providing individual/family counseling, domestic violence counseling, sexual and/or other abuse counseling, grief counseling, behavior modification, anger management, and/or parenting education.  Those interested must also have experience with evidence-based curriculum and best practice models.  Applicants must poses strong organizational and time management skills; pay attention to detail; have excellent written, verbal and oral skills; be able to manage multiple priorities simultaneously; and have access to a computer, printer, and internet service.  Reliable transportation is a must and a favorable driving record is required.

Program Overview

In-Home Therapeutic Family Services provide short-term, highly intensive, home-based services designed to protect, treat, and support youth and families.  FSPs are closely supervised by licensed clinical agency staff and provide a wide range of flexible and responsible services that are skill building, teaching and modeling, advocacy, and crisis management focused.  These services will help the FSP and family attain individualized goals for each individual family and may include life development skills, anger management, parent education, conflict resolution training, family violence intervention, and/or other services not covered by TNCARE. 

Position Description

Under the contractual agreement, FSPs will receive remuneration only for face-to-face counseling and intervention services with the client.  The schedule is non-traditional, but flexible and based around the clients’ and contractor’s availability. 

Responsibilities include:

  • Carry a minimum caseload of two (2) cases per month;
  • Develop initial needs assessments, individualized service plans, activity logs, session notes, and monthly summaries as well as maintain high quality and timely documentation of all case work;
  • Provide a minimum of one (1) face-to-face counseling session per week in the home, school and other natural environments that are most convenient to each client/family;
  • Provide advocacy and referrals for community resources that fit the families’ needs;
  • Assist families in developing an information support system to ensure long-term stability for the family;
  • Provide weekly updates to DCS and maintain weekly supervision/consultation with ECFC clinical supervisor;
  • Provide 24-hour emergency response and crisis intervention as needed;
  • Attend all required meetings and trainings including requested court appearances, Child and Family Team Meetings, group trainings, etc.

 

This is an independent contractual position and is not an employment opportunity with The Exchange Club Family Center or The TN Department of Children’s Services. If this is something you are interested in please email a copy of your résumé to epittman@exchangeclub.net.

 

Announcement Date:  10/22/2013 Location:  Memphis, TN
Position Title: Residential  Rehabilitation Counselor

Treating women with Alcohol, Drug, and Co-occurring Disorders in a home-like setting.

Department:  Primary House Residential Rehabilitation Program
Reports to:  Clinical Director Days/Hours:  Mon-Fri, 40 Hours/ Week, 3-11 Evening Shift
Salary:  Determined based on education & experience Deadline to Apply:  Until position filled

 

JOB DESCRIPTION

Duties will include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Deliver counseling and group services to women with alcohol, drugs, and co-occurring mental disorders in a structured treatment program (ASAM Level III.5 & III.3), in a home-like setting.
  • Provide case management to special needs and homeless population.
  • Be responsible for helping to overseeing the needs of the residential facility.
  • Monitor clients and assist in day to day operations of the house.
  • Reports and Recordkeeping

 

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

 

  • Bachelor’s Degree in social science field, Master’s degree in a social science field required.
  • LADAC or other related license preferred.
  • Experience working with addiction, co-occurring population, criminal justice population in a 12 Step based program
  • Prefer experience in a home-like residential setting.
  • A working knowledge of the 12 Steps.  Prefer a LADAC or a minimum of 5 years of experience.
  • If in recovery, a minimum of 3 years continuous sobriety.
  • Must have excellent organizational, verbal, written and computer skills.  Proficient in MS Word, Excel, and Internet use.
  • Motivated to carry out directives with minimum supervision.
  • Knowledge of community resources and case management experience.
  • Understand and practice various therapeutic approaches to counseling and case management.
  • Knowledge of trauma informed care, and therapeutic community.
  • A positive, professional demeanor and maturity; the ability to deal with clients, the public and co-workers; exercise good judgment in evaluating situations and making decisions.
  • Submit a criminal background check, and must not currently be under supervision of the courts.

 

HOW TO APPLY

Please email or fax a current resume, cover letter with salary requirements, and list of 3 professional references to:

Veronica Brown:  veronicabrown@gracehouseofmemphis.org

or fax to:  901-722-9023

Grace House strives to provide the highest quality of care possible to women who are experiencing major life problems due to substance use disorders or co-occurring disorders in an environment that preserves and promotes the dignity of the woman served without regard to race, color, creed, gender, economic or social circumstances, or sexual orientation, or national origin. No woman is denied treatment because of a lack of resources.  Grace House of Memphis is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit, and a United Way agency.  We are licensed by the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, and accredited by CARF, the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities.