The Director of Development is responsible for planning, organizing, and directing all Parental Care Ministries fundraising including: major gifts program, annual fund, planned giving, special events and capital campaigns. The Director works closely with the Executive Director and the Board of Directors in all development and fundraising endeavors.
If you meet the required skills and experience and believe yourself to be a qualified candidate, please send a cover letter, current resume and three references to: email@example.com
Classification: Full-Time (Non-Exempt)
Rate: $32,000.00-$40,000.00 per year (paid at an hourly rate)
Reports to: CAC Clinical Director
Location: Housed in Palestine, TX (may work some in Jacksonville, TX location)
Work within the Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) program at The Crisis Center of Anderson and Cherokee Counties to provide specialized trauma-focused mental health services and evidence-based treatment, designed to meet the unique needs of children and their non-offending caregivers, through the provision of individual counseling sessions and co-facilitation of support groups.
Counselor is to utilize standardized assessments to determine frequency, severity of abuse and other traumatic events; to determine symptoms child may be experiencing related to trauma; and to evaluate effectiveness of interventions provided. Standardized assessments of caregiver and child are used to strengthen family understanding of child and communicate family role in reducing or limiting child symptoms.
Trauma-informed mental health services: Counselor is to proactively engage non-offending caregiver in the treatment of the child, to promote enhanced attachment, decreased symptoms, and improved safety.
Counselor is to develop an expertise in the highly-specialized field of child abuse, with an emphasis on child sexual abuse. This type of abuse requires that the Counselor regularly seek to improve their skills, have a deep understanding of the research associated with child abuse, and be committed to ongoing professional development as it relates to complex trauma and abuse.
Counselor is part of a large multi-disciplinary team that serves a rural area with a high volume of severe cases of abuse. Counselor must be committed to managing a heavy workload of complex cases.
Counselor is part of a large multi-disciplinary team that must regularly and professionally communicate in person, in large meetings, through case files, and in court.
Counselor must maintain case files in a timely manner, including session case notes, treatment plans, telephone consultations, referrals and disposition.
Provide expert testimony of fact for criminal and civil court that pertain to Mental Health Program cases.
Participate in scheduled case staffings, treatment team meetings, Multi-disciplinary team meetings, and occasional special staffings.
Provide consultation and regular communication with Child Protective Services, local law enforcement, district attorney’s office, and other social service agencies and counselors directly involved with Mental Health Program cases.
Maintain current licensure and/or certification and group affiliations
Must be able to work the bulk of work hours during non-school hours, in order to serve children who are in school
Master’s Degree or PhD in mental health- related field (Counseling or Social Work)
LPC, LCSW, or LMFT or licensed as an intern in the State of Texas
Training (licenses and certifications):
A professional license to practice independently in the state of Texas as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), Licensed Psychologist, Licensed Master/Clinical Social Worker (LCSW); OR
Registered to practice as an LPC-intern, LMFT-intern
Will be required to participate in focused mental health trainings, clinical consultation and case staffing’s, clinical supervision, peer supervision, and/or mentoring within the first 6 months of employment and will then receive a training plan from Clinical Director for ongoing continuing education.
Appropriate clinical licensure/certification to perform essential duties in the state of Texas
Experience with individual counseling and/or family interventions
Understanding of adult and child development theories and child sexual abuse.
Understanding of the law and legal system and implications related to their license.
Strong communications skills in interpersonal, written, and multimedia vehicles.
Experience in needs assessment of victims and families and identification of appropriate referral sources.
Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and unofficial college transcript to:
Reports To: Chairperson of Fund Development Task Force/JFON-ET Board Member
Time: Part time – 20 hours a week
Justice For Our Neighbors of East Texas is a faith based ministry of hospitality that welcomes immigrants by providing affordable, high-quality immigration legal services to low-income immigrants, engaging in advocacy for immigrant rights, and offering education to communities of faith and the public.
The Fund Development Manager is responsible for the development and implementation of an annual fund development plan. The Manager serves on the Leadership Team under the Board President and as a partner to the Program Administrator and the Staff Attorney in furthering the goals of the organization.
With the Fund Development Task Force
Please send resume to:
Gail McGlothin, JFON-ET,
P.O. Box 1058
Tyler, TX 75710
Or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Full-Time, Regular FLSA: Non-Exempt
Reports to: Communications and Nutrition Education Director Nutrition Education Specialist
The Nutrition Education Specialist is responsible for educating clients and agencies about the importance of nutrition, to support the growing number of nutrition professionals in the network, and to identify current and potential resources of nutritious food available to members.
About the East Texas Food Bank
The mission of the East Texas Food Bank is to fight hunger and feed hope in East Texas. The Food Bank’s team is dedicated to building community awareness and creating an efficient food distribution network to eliminate hunger in East Texas. Staff is committed to embodying the Food Bank’s values in all activities. Relationships are based on collaboration and respect. Resources are leveraged in a manner that is strategic and cost effective in order to achieve the Food Bank’s mission and goals.
Established in 1988 by a small group of local citizens, the East Texas Food Bank addresses the critical issue of hunger in East Texas. Nearly two decades later, the Food Bank has expanded its scope of services building on partnerships with hunger-relief organizations while at the same time bringing new programs and services to alleviate hunger. The Food Bank procures sorts, inspects, processes, and distributes food and other grocery products to hungry people through a network of community- and faith-based organizations throughout 26 counties. The Food Bank provides information about the region that is used to educate public and governmental officials about the nature of and solutions to the problem of hunger. The Food Bank, a member of Feeding America, will continue to expand and extend its programs and services to communities all across the region.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
SKILLS AND ABILITIES
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and levels of work to be performed and
are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties.
Qualified candidates may email resume and cover letter to Human Resources at: HRDir@easttexasfoodbank.org.
Christian Leadership and Site Administration
Financial and Inventory Management
Site Database Management
Student Enrollment Management
Student Development (Day and Evening Classes)
Next Step Community Solutions is seeking a highly motivated, organized individual with a desire to utilize his/her abilities to create positive social impact by creating healthier and safer communities. Position will design/implement prevention strategies to prevent youth alcohol, marijuana, and prescription drug abuse. The position acts as a liaison for coalition members/organizational interests with key decision makers. It requires overseeing relationships with staff and contractors to achieve goals, and developing and nurturing relationships with coalition members and community stakeholders among others. Programmatic activities may include educating, organizing, training and mobilizing the public, while providing technical assistance as needed to those served by the organization.
This position uses a great amount of creativity and initiative. The successful candidate will be passionate about systems development and management, civic engagement, and/or public health. The position entails balancing multiple priorities, collaborating with various staff on projects, moving easily between internal project management and external communications, and rapid problem solving and systems building/management.
Please send a cover letter and resume to:
In the letter explain your interest in the position and what you
would bring to the job and organization. The position is open until filled.