**Pre-employment drug screens required on all prospective employees. SLED, Central Registry, DMV, and State and Federal Sex Offender Registry will be completed prior to all employment offers.
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Current Positions Available:
PQI, Re-accreditation and Volunteer Activity Coordinator Heads up the organization-wide Performance and Quality Improvement (PQI) program. Takes lead in preparing agency for COA re-accreditation including compilation of survey documents and preparations for site visit. Manages volunteer activities. Manages job assignments for committees and volunteers during special events. Coordinates on campus work days and on campus social events for primary caregivers and families. full time position with sstate health plan benefits. 23 PDO’s per year.
Clinic, school-based, and in-home Therapist
Provides a variety of evidence based therapies and clinical interventions. Therapist will increase rapid response to referrals for resolution of victim needs, thereby reducing their overall trauma. A dedicated therapist will provide individual and group therapy for clients who have experienced some form of trauma in their life (i.e. child neglect or abuse, domestic abuse, witness to a crime, criminality, substance abuse, etc.) within the service area of Charleston and Dorchester counties. Acts as hub for all information and services provided; develops interdisciplinary comprehensive IPOC for each child. Works with multidisciplinary team to achieve positive outcomes. Provides training to agency staff and area service providers. Therapists will provide services in schools, in residential facilities for youth, and in homes. The therapists will work closely with Outreach Coordinators to form new partnerships and alliances with other service providers in our area. Completes diagnostic assessments, CALOCUS. Provide individual, group, and family therapy to client population using a trauma focused approach. Services may be provided at our clinic in Mt. Pleasant, in the homes of our consumers, for children residing in our residential programs as they transition to new living arrangements, or for participants of children enrolled in our day school program. Must possess master level degree and licensure as an independent practitioner as a LPC, LISW-CP, or LMFT who are also eligible to be credentialed as a LIP Medicaid provider. Full time position with state health plan benefits, 23 PDO’s per year.
Family Group Decision Making Coordinator
Family Group Decision Making describes a variety of practices to work with and engage youth and families involved in the Child Protective and Prevention Services system in service planning and decision making. Coordinator will oversee the Family Group Conference (FGC) a time when family joins with relatives, friends, and community supports to develop a plan that ensures child ren are cared for and protected from future harm. Through the use of private family time, the “family group” is vested with a high degree of decision making authority and responsibility. During family private time, the “family group” joins together to discuss and develop a plan for the child’s safety and well being.The FGDM Conference services consist of the contracted coordination and facilitation services necessary to conduct a Family Group Conference (FGC) lasting up to five (5) hours that produces a signed Family Service Plan at the end of the conference. A conference may last longer than five (5) hours when needed. A complete conference includes coordination, scheduling, facilitation and recording of a conference which results in a Family Service Plan. The Coordinator will also provide a FGC follow up conference to review a family’s plan, celebrate parent and child successes, identify barriers to progress and discuss any new concerns or changes to the Family Plan
Front Line Direct Care Staff: All Shifts
Windwood Farm Home for Children is seeking front line staff to work with the 27 boys residing on their campus. All shift times are available. Shifts are from 8am-4pm, 4pm-12am and 12am-8am. Two years experience in working with at risk you is preferred. Some college is preferred.
Community-Based Prevention Specialist in Charleston and Dorchester Counties.
We are hiring a specialist for Charleston County who will work out of our Mt. Pleasant office so candidates living in Charleston County are preferred.
The specialist position will be responsible for providing assessment and supportive case management services to children and families referred by SCDSS for suspected abuse and /or neglect. Specialists must hold a minimum of a Master’s Degree in Social Work or a related field and have a minimum of 2 years of experience in working with families and children served by the SCDSS or have an active SC license in a field related to social work and have 1 year of experience working with the population being served.
Specialists must be knowledgeable about SCDSS programs, services, rules, laws and procedures, as well as, community services. Home visitation is required. Service area will be primarily Charleston County. Candidates must be able to work effectively with a diverse group of people. Candidates must have reliable transportation and automobile insurance. Background checks will be conducted by Windwood Family Services. The salary is competitive with excellent benefits. Interested candidates must submit a cover letter and resume outlining their skills and experience to email@example.com. Telephone calls will not be accepted regarding this position.
Due to a federal mandate (HIPAA) to maintain the confidentiality of the children and families receiving services from us, all visitors must schedule an appointment before coming to our offices and campus.
Thank you for helping us to respect the confidential nature of the work we do.
equal employment opportunity:
Windwood Family Services is committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and potential employees. Windwood’s recruitment, hiring and promotion practices, as well as other circumstances relating to employment are maintained and conducted in a manner that does not discriminate on the basis of age, disability, race, color, sex, religion or national origin.
commitment to diversity/cultural competency:
Windwood Family Services embraces agency-wide practices and procedures that reflect a comprehensive understanding of the dynamics of ethnic and cultural differences and that provide a framework for eliminating bias from its services and programs.