Foster Family and Adoption has the following opening:
Family Services is looking for an experienced social worker for our Foster Care and Adoption Program. The ideal candidate has a Master’s Degree in Social Work, experience in child welfare and adoption, and good clinical skills. Must be able to work collaboratively with foster and adoptive parents to meet the needs of foster children, write adoption home studies, and teach classes for parents. Flexibility, teamwork, organization and excellent written (& computer) skills are also required. Ability to speak, read and write Spanish ﬂuently would be a plus. To apply for this part-time position, located primarily in inland Mendocino and Lake Counties, please e-mail a cover letter and resume to: jeﬀk@tlc4kids.org
Out Patient Services (OPS) has the following openings:
Post-Master’s Level Intern Therapist
A post Master’s Level (MFTi) or Post-Doctoral level, (Psych Assistant or Registered Psychologist) intern position is open, 24-32 hours per week, primarily Monday through Friday. Join an awesome team of multidisciplinary clinicians for a challenging but rewarding growth opportunity. Position primarily consists of group work with emotionally disturbed adolescents, but will also include individual and family therapy. Must have a ﬂexible mindset and truly enjoy working with teens. Solid writing skills, good time management and a commitment to rigorous documentation standards are also key components of this role. To apply for this internship, please contact Paula Solomon
Clinical has the following opening:
TLC Child & Family Services, a Nationally Accredited, private non-proﬁt agency, is looking for an experienced dynamic therapist to provide clinical services to adolescents and their families in our residential and school based programs. The position requires a Master’s Degree or Ph.D.; licensed preferred. A Pupil Personnel Services Credential (PPS) is a plus. Signiﬁcant experience working with seriously disturbed youth in individual, group and family therapy is required.
We love collaborating and creating an environment that provides excellent mental health treatment. Our treatment philosophy is Connections based: Connections to Self, Others and the Community. Flexibility, teamwork, organization and excellent written skills are needed. We are seeking an individual who can contribute their clinical expertise, leadership, creativity, solid work ethic, and playfulness to our spirited team of social workers, clinicians, teachers, and counseling staﬀ.
The work week is generally Monday to Friday day time hours with an occasional evening needed. The hours are ﬂexible within that framework. To apply for this three quarters to full-time position please contact Paula Solomon
TLC Child and Family Services is looking to ﬁll positions for both a full-time and part-time Case Manager for our Transitional Housing Programs.
Minimum Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology or a related ﬁeld in accordance with California state regulations governing transitional housing programs. Two years of full-time case management experience that includes collaboration with other service providers. Experience with residential treatment, transitional housing, foster care or childcare. Candidate has experience supervising other employees, has solid communication, organizational skills, and sound judgment; should have experience working with foster youth, and familiarity with community-based and county organizations. Some evenings and on-call hours are required.
- Provide case management for 18-24 year olds who are transitioning to independent living. This caseload includes foster and probation youth as well as youth who have opted to receive extended foster care services after age 18 to 21 years.
- Have an understanding of adolescent development as well as issues speciﬁc to transition aged youth, and youth in foster care.
- Have an understanding of mental health, and substance abuse issues. Knowledge of independent living skills, as well as education, employment and housing needs in working with transition age youth.
- Ability to conduct assessments of client strengths and needs and advocate for them accordingly.
- Aid each youth in developing and meeting the goals established in their Transitional Independent Living Plan (TILP), which outlines personal, ﬁnancial, educational, and employment objectives.
- Maintain case records and provide timely reports on an individual participant’s progress and outcomes.
- Capable of motivating and establishing rapport with youth, as well as with county service providers, community partners, and co-workers
Generally Creative, Optimistic, and Flexible
Must have a reliable vehicle, valid driver’s license, and proof of insurance, able to pass Criminal Background Check.
For more information or to submit cover letter and resume to Shelby Means at firstname.lastname@example.org
To apply online, click here. We are always interested in speaking with applicants seeking Relief positions in our RBS Programs.
If interested, please call Andy Day at (707) 634-9042 TLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer