Family Support Team Coordinator

Juliette's House
Job Description
Juliette’s House Job Announcement
Full-time – Family Support Team Coordinator
Excellent compensation and benefits package, with increases depending on qualifications and experience.
 
Juliette’s House is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting children and families facing concerns of abuse, neglect, and trauma. Our successes lead to vital positive social change and we are looking for a highly organized, energetic and passionate person to join our team. Visit www.julietteshouse.org.  
 
Family Support Team Coordinator
The Juliette’s House clinical services team is seeking a licensed clinical social worker to oversee family support services. The family support team (FST) coordinator provides crisis support, ongoing information and psychoeducation, and resource referrals for caregivers so that they can more effectively support children towards healing. The FST coordinator also oversees the undergraduate internship program, developing and presenting a robust curriculum and supervising interns who assist with direct client support. The successful candidate will be grounded, reliable, self-motivated, and interested in helping develop and improve the program.
 
Primary Duties
  • Support families during child abuse assessments, orient them to the building, assist with paperwork, provided crisis counseling.
  • Work closely with assessment team to determine needs of the child and family and help caregivers connect with local resources.
  • Provide follow-up support and services with families for up to year to ensure access to community resources.
  • Develop and present curriculum for students enrolled in internship program. Provide supervision for interns.
  • Assist clinical services manager as needed with various tasks such as intake calls, medical charts organization, reminder calls, subpoena tracking, report distribution, etc.
Requirements
  • Master’s degree in social work and license in the State of Oregon as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker
  • One year of clinical practice with children and families, preferably with abuse survivors.
  • Fluency in Spanish Preferred.
  • Must be able to pass a criminal background, DHS Child Welfare Registry, and sex-offender registry checks prior to employment.
To Apply
Please email a cover letter and resume to Julie Siepmann  jsiepmann@julietteshouse.org
 
Open until filled.
Juliette’s House is an Equal Opportunity Employer, in accordance with the State of Oregon.  We embrace diversity and inclusivity.  We employ without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, national origin, genetic information, marital status, veteran status, disability, or other characteristics protected under local, state, or federal law.  We are a smoke free, weapon free, trauma-informed workplace.
 
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