In-Home Family Therapist/Counselor/Social Worker (Moses Lake)

Website Institute for Family Development

Who We Are
The Institute for Family Development (IFD) is recognized as a leader in providing services designed to keep children and youth safe, strengthen families, and reduce the need for placing youth into state-funded care. Founded in 1982, we are one of the largest providers of evidence-based services to youth and families involved in the child welfare and juvenile justice systems in Washington State.

Who We Are Looking to Hire
We are looking for a therapist or counselor with amazing clinical skills, excellent communication skills, and a passion for making a difference in his or her community to join our Homebuilders team. This individual will be providing Homebuilders services. S/he will be part of a team of therapists who base their work on the following values:

  • The safety of children, parents and staff comes first.
  • It is best for children to be raised by their own families whenever possible.
  • Family members are our colleagues and partners.
    All people have the ability to change, and a crisis is an opportunity for change to occur.
  • Reducing barriers to service improves family outcomes.
  • Providing information and teaching skills empowers families to become self-sufficient.

SAFETY MEASURES DUE TO COVID-19
The safety of our clients and employees is our top priority. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic we are temporarily providing many of our in-home services via telehealth. We have also implemented strict safety guidelines for in person sessions, including: health screens, mandatory face coverings for all participants, physical distancing requirements, and alternate meeting locations when meeting in the home environment is not safe.

What We Offer
Extensive Training and Support

  • A small case load: Working with two families at a time provides the opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of high-risk children and families.
  • Extensive training and development, including 10 or more days of workshop training in the first year (CEUs provided). In addition, our supervisors and program managers are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide individual consultation when you need it.
  • An opportunity to be on the cutting edge of the child welfare services field: Our HOMEBUILDERS program is now being replicated in seven US states and British Columbia. We have received recognition from the U.S. Office of Juvenile Justice Delinquency Prevention, the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP), the Washington State Institute for Public Policy, the California Evidence Based Clearinghouse for Child Welfare, and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Our management team helps develop and advise on state policy regarding child safety and services for children and families.
  • A spot on one of our high caliber clinical teams: Regular team consultation gives you access to additional skills, support and assistance.

Competitive Compensation:

  • Starting salary range for Master’s Degree is $43,260.00 to $48,667.50, depending on experience.
  • Starting salary range for Bachelor’s degree with at least two years of related experience is $38,283.19 to $43,068.58, depending on experience.
  • 10% salary add-on for employees proficient in an approved second language
  • Paid mileage and paid travel time
  • $500 relocation allowance for individuals living outside the service area

Excellent Benefits:

  • Medical insurance (with staff paying only 6% of premiums)
  • Dental reimbursement plan
  • 20 paid vacation days per year
  • 11 holidays per year
  • 12 paid sick leave days per year
  • 401(k) retirement plan (typically 5% annual agency contribution)

How to Join Our Team
Minimum Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in social work, counseling or a related field + two years of related experience; OR a Master’s degree in social work, counseling or a related field.
  • Experience working with diverse populations.
  • xperience working with Hispanic families is preferred. Bilingual (Spanish-English) is preferred.
  • Residence in Moses Lake, WA is strongly preferred. A residence in another part of Grant County, WA may be considered. This therapist position primarily serves families who live in Grant County, as well as some families in the surrounding counties.
  • Ability and interest in working a flexible schedule, including evenings and weekends.

Need More Information?
Additional information about IFD and this position is on our website: www.institutefamily.org.

Application Procedure

To apply, click on or copy and paste URL: https://theapplicantmanager.com/jobs?pos=fd232.

IFD participates in the e-Verify program and is an equal opportunity employer.

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