Current Openings as of August 2021
General Statement of Duties:
The Home Base Case Manager works under the supervision and direction of the Program Director for the purpose of providing the highest quality of care to children and families. The Home Base Case Manager provides in-home and community based family services, including crisis intervention, counseling, skill building, and advocacy. Maintains a flexible work schedule of 40 hours a week. Available to families 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The Direct Worker must have one of the following:
a) Bachelor’s, or Master’s degree from an accredited university
b) High School Degree, GED, or Associate Degree. If the Direct Worker possesses an Associate Degree, High School Diploma, or GED, they must also have: At least 4 years full time employment experience providing direct casework services to children & families that includes providing services to families that need assistance in the protection and care of their children.
· Direct Workers must be trained and competent to complete the service as required by federal and State of Indiana law.
· Direct Workers must be Credentialed according to the requirements of the evidence-based model(s) used.
· Direct Workers must carry appropriate caseloads. No member of the treatment team (excluding support staff) may carry a caseload greater than what is allowed by the model being delivered, provided that the caseload shall never be greater than 12.
· The Direct Worker must possess a valid driver’s license and the ability to use a private car to transport self and others and must comply with the state policy concerning minimum car insurance coverage.
· Commitment to the vision, values and mission of the agency.
· Knowledge of child abuse and neglect, and child and adult development.
· Maintain client confidentiality and confidentiality of all agency records and information.
· Ability to work with diverse individuals.
· Knowledge of crisis intervention, communication, parenting skills, and cognitive and behavioral interventions.
· Current First Aid and CPR Certification.
Base pay is dependent on education and experience:
· Bachelor’s Degree: $16.50 – $17.00/hour
· Associate’s Degree: $14.00 – $15.00/hour
Competitive salary, productivity bonus, health coverage benefits and life insurance, flexible work schedule, laptop, cell phone, and .51/mileage provided.
General Statement of Duties:
The Adoption/Home Study Specialist will assist with licensing foster homes according to State and Child Placing Agency regulations and provide family support and resources to the families served. The Adoption/Home Study Specialist will conduct Family-Prep home studies utilizing the SAFE model. The Adoption/Home Study Specialist will maintain a caseload of 8-10 Family-Prep and/or Child-Prep cases (equivalent to 25 billable hours per week.) The Adoption/Home Study Specialist will act as a liaison between the Department of Child Services and other school/medical/community organizations and will advocate for the needs of the resource families and children placed in their care. Extensive driving is required and mileage is reimbursed at Whitington’s established rate. The Adoption/Home Study Specialist will assist with pre-service and on-going training to ensure resource family retention and high quality of care for children in placement.
- The Adoption/Home Study Specialist must be committed to supporting resource families that are devoted to establishing a healthy home environment through the use of Trust-Based Relational Interactions (TBRI) and the Teaching-Family Model.
– The Adoption/Home Study Specialist must possess strong communication skills; have the ability to organize, prioritize, and implement work activities independently; strong team building skills; and desire to grow professionally.
– The Adoption/Home Study Specialist must have direct experience working within community based case management field and direct foster care experience is preferred.
– The Adoption/Home Study Specialist must have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university. The Adoption/Home Study Specialist must have a valid driver’s license in the state they reside.
– Experience working with youth with emotional and behavioral challenges and their families.
– Strong writing and verbal communication including presentation skills.
– Excellent time management and organization skills.
– Ability to work with minimal direction as well as when required collaboratively in a team setting.
– Active listening and problem solving, judgment and analysis skills.
– Strength-based approach to service delivery and flexibility (e.g., trauma-informed approach to care).
– Respond appropriately to cultural differences among the Agency’s service population.
– Demonstrate creativity around marketing techniques and activities.
– Empathetic, non-judgmental, persistent and creative human services professional.
– Maintain the standard of ethics for the adoption profession, licensing, accrediting bodies, federal, state and local laws.
– Stay current on issues related to child development, family dynamics, early childhood trauma, adoption and child welfare.
– Effective problem solving and creative resolution skills.
– Possess strong organizational strategies to manage own work flow and prioritize.
– Strong capacity to build positive relationships with community stakeholders and market the Foster Care/Adoption program to appropriate sources within the state.
General Statement of Duties:
The therapist is responsible to provide strength-based and trauma-informed services to individuals, couples and families. The therapist provides structured, goal-oriented, time-limited therapy to families who need assistance recovering from physical, sexual, emotional abuse, neglect, substance abuse, mental illness, personality/behavior disorder, developmental disability, dysfunctional family of origin, and current family dysfunction. Services are provided in-home or in-office.
• Provide therapy services to individuals, couples, and families of various ages with various presenting problems
• Provide therapy services in the client’s home, in office, or school-based
• Utilize evidence-based treatments in treatment
• Completion of accurate, timely documentation of 1) all client contacts, 2) treatment plans, and 3) contract required reporting
• Value multiculturalism and diversity and integrate it into client conceptualization and treatment
• Maintains a flexible work schedule of 40 hours a week. Available to families 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with ability to work evenings and weekends
• Demonstrate respect for client’s sociocultural values, personal goals, and lifestyle choices, and deliver services in a culturally competent manner
• Maintain strict confidentiality to protect client’s privacy
• Attend required staff meetings and training
• 403(b) Retirement Plan (up to 6% match, immediate vesting) • Mileage Reimbursement • Licensure Reimbursement • Supervision for Licensure
• Paid Vacation Days • Paid Sick Days • Holidays • Medical, Dental, Vision including a Health Savings Account • Basic and Optional Life Insurance for Employee, Spouse and/or Dependents • Mileage Reimbursement • Training, Development and Continuing Education Credits for licensure requirements
- Hold a clinical license in the state of Indiana (LMHC, LMFT, LCSW, LSW, LMFT-A, LMHC-A) with a minimum of 5 years’ experience in child welfare.• Valid state driver’s license in good standing
- Appropriate automobile insurance (at least state minimum)
- Certificates and licensure must be consistent with State and Federal requirements
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