Website https://svfsohio.org St Vincent Family Services
At SVFS We Make Good Kids Better!
We are looking for like-minded people to join our team, if you are looking to make a difference in our youth, we want you on our team!
St Vincent Family Services offers Competitive Wages, Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K, Tuition Reimbursement, and a generous PTO package.
PLUS A $3,000 Sign On Bonus!!
These benefits are just a few reasons to join our team!
The Hispanic/ Latino Community Family Intervention provides culturally appropriate social/emotional behavioral health services to children and families in the Hispanic/ Latino community. These services may be provided in school, home, and community settings. Services include but are not limited to: individual and family therapeutic supportive and social/ emotional skill building services, crisis intervention, prevention, consultation and education, and linkage to needed community resources. This position reports to the Community Family Intervention Manager.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Contributes to creating a welcoming and inclusive environment for our clients, colleagues and community partners from diverse backgrounds and experiences.
- Integrates principles of Trauma Informed Care in all aspects of work.
- Is sensitive to the children’s culture and socioeconomic characteristics that delivers the best possible care to the youth and families served.
- Provide activities and intervention to children and families participating in the program to build social and emotional skills.
- Develop Individualized Treatment Plans with youth in collaboration with the youth and families and identify interventions and resources to help youth meet treatment goals.
- Complete assessment tools to be used to measure progress in treatment.
- Providing behavioral health services to a caseload of 15 to 18 youth and their families.
- Provide prevention, consultation, and education services to school staff, youth, and families.
- May assist in de-escalation strategies to support youth and families in crisis.
- Provide billed services at a minimum of 90% of the stated Agency expectation on a monthly basis.
- Maintain accurate documentation of direct and indirect services provided in accordance with ODMH, ADAMH, and agency standards.
- Participate in staff and team meetings for the schools and agency, staff development and in-service training, planning interventions and regular supervisory conferences.
- Other duties as assigned or requested.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
- Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Service related field such as psychology, sociology, human services, diversity studies, human development, social work, education, early childhood, other related discipline required.
- Minimum of two years of experience working with children and families preferred, but not required. Valid Driver’s License and Proof of Auto Liability Insurance.
- Rendering Provider number required based on level of licensure. Licensure is not required.
- National Provider Identification number required (the agency will provide instructions for obtaining if needed.)
- Spanish-English Bilingual fluency in both verbal and written communication required.
SKILLS & ABILITY
- Ability to maintain high degree of empathy and compassion in meeting the needs of agency clients and client families.
- Ability to foster open, honest and candid communication.
- Ability to multi-task and maintain organization in a fast paced, changing environment.
- Ability to maintain flexibility in managing change.
- Ability to successfully operate where ethical decision will be required and utilize supervision appropriately.
- Ability to create and maintain highest levels of confidentiality when dealing with client information, SVFC proprietary information and sensitive situations.
- Ability to complete and turn in paperwork in a timely fashion.
Spanish-English Bilingual fluency in both verbal and written communication. Ability to effectively communicate plans, goals, directives and diagnosis information between provider and clients.
Ability to calculate figures and amounts using basic math skills or use of a calculator.
- The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
- While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, stand, walk, talk and listen.
The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl.
The employee may occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.
- The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
- The noise level in the work environment is typically moderate but is subject to loud verbal or displayed outbursts from potentially distressed children seeking treatment.
The building temperature may vary during each season and the work environment may be unseasonably cold or warm during the year.
- The conditions in client home environments may be considered dirty or cluttered. The temperatures or lighting in homes may be unpredictable.
Ability to work some evening hours due to the service delivery and administrative needs of SVFS clients and families.
The above statements cover what are believed to be the principal and essential functions of this job. Specific circumstances may allow or require some associates assigned to the job to perform different combinations of duties.
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