Nonprofit Job Opportunities

April 11, 2024

 

DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR

 

PATH seeks an experienced Development Director to join our team in achieving our major gift fundraising and planned giving program objectives. As part of the senior leadership team and reporting directly to the Executive Director, this person is responsible for identifying and cultivating relationships with current and prospective major gift donors, planned giving donors, and grants that sustain our operations. An ability to cultivate transformational relationships with donors and share your passion for PATH’s mission is key.

 

This individual plays a crucial role in advancing the organization’s fundraising efforts by identifying, cultivating, soliciting, and closing potential donors capable of making major gifts. This person will collaborate closely with the Marketing Director to achieve the targeted financial goals outlined in PATH’s annual development plan, ultimately supporting the organization’s overarching fundraising objectives for annual operations.

 

Our ideal candidate will have an undergraduate degree and at least five years of major gift/planned giving experience, preferably in nonprofits. They will also have a thorough background in fundraising best practices and donor databases for managing donor and solicitation records.

 

Applications will be accepted through May 1 and early submissions are encouraged. Please send application materials (resume, cover letter, references and salary requirements) to andrea_wilson@pathhelps.org.

April 10, 2024

MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER

 

Summary of Responsibilities

 

The Marketing and Communications Manager plays a pivotal role in enhancing the online presence of CASA for Kids of East Texas and engaging the community. This individual will manage various digital platforms, create compelling digital and print marketing materials, oversee the organization’s website, manage online and electronic portions of fundraising and donations, and stay updated on electronic methods to meet organizational objectives effectively. The ideal candidate will possess creativity, technical skills, and strategic thinking to drive the organization’s mission forward.

 

Reports to:  Executive Director

 

Classification: Full-time, Non-exempt

 

Responsibilities:

 

1). Social Media Management:

 

  • Develop and implement social media strategies to increase brand awareness, engagement, and event promotion and drive traffic to the organization’s platforms.
  • Create and curate engaging content for various social media channels, including but not limited to Facebook, X, Instagram, LinkedIn, TikTok, and YouTube.
  • Monitor social media trends and analytics to optimize content performance and enhance audience reach.
  • Respond to online inquiries and comments promptly and professionally.
  • Liaison with external marketing consulting group.
  • Manage social media calendar.

 

2). Website Management:

 

  • Maintain and update the organization’s website to reflect current programs, events, and initiatives.
  • Monitor website traffic and user behavior using analytics tools to identify areas for improvement and optimize conversion rates.

 

3). Marketing Material Creation:

 

  • Design and produce marketing materials, including brochures, flyers, newsletters, and digital advertisements, to promote the organization’s mission, events, and fundraising campaigns.
  • Ensure consistency in branding and messaging across all marketing collateral.

 

 

4). Donor Platform Management:

 

  • Manage digital platforms and tools to facilitate online donations and optimize the donation process for donors.
  • Implement strategies to cultivate relationships with donors and increase donor retention and acquisition.
  • Coordinate electronic portions of fundraisers including annual auction and social media fundraiser, crowdfunding campaigns, and donation drives.

 

5). Electronic Engagement:

 

  • Stay abreast of the latest trends, technologies, and best practices in digital marketing, communications, and fundraising.
  • Continuously explore and implement innovative ways to engage the public and enhance the organization’s online presence.
  • Recommend platforms and methods for enhanced effectiveness and efficiency.
  • Train staff on new techniques.
  • Assist in trouble-shooting routine IT and A/V operations.

 

6). Newsletter Management:

 

  • Manage the creation, distribution, and promotion of digital and print newsletters to stakeholders, including donors, volunteers, and supporters.
  • Collaborate with various staff to gather relevant content and updates for newsletters.

 

7). Other:

 

  • Provide backup for Community Engagement Associate on phone and doors.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

 

Qualifications:

 

  • Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Communications, Digital Media, or related field or equivalent training and experience.
  • Proven, current knowledge and experience in digital marketing, social media management, and communications, preferably in a nonprofit setting.
  • Strong proficiency in social media platforms, content management systems (e.g., WordPress), email marketing platforms (e.g., Mailchimp), design software (e.g., Canva), and Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to craft compelling content for diverse audiences.
  • Strategic thinker with a creative mindset and the ability to generate innovative ideas.
  • Detail-oriented with strong project management and organizational skills.
  • Ability to work collaboratively in a fast-paced environment and manage multiple priorities simultaneously.
  • Knowledge of fundraising principles and experience with donor management platforms is preferred.
  • Must be at least 21 years of age.
  • Able to pass criminal background checks.
  • Ability to work infrequent evenings and weekends.
  • Passion for the organization’s mission and commitment to positively impacting the community.

 

CASA for Kids of East Texas is an equal-opportunity employer.

March 28, 2024

ADVOCATE

 

 

Exemption Status: Full-Time, Non-Exempt

 

Rate of Pay: $35,000-$40,000, DOE

 

Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

 

Office Location: 305 S. Broadway Avenue, Suite 1116, Tyler, Texas 75702

Supervised By: Executive Director

 

Summary:

 

Advocate is responsible for providing direct services to advance the emotional, psychological, or physical needs of youth survivors of commercial sexual exploitation and sex trafficking. This position is responsible for using sound professional judgement to ensure quality case management and advocacy services are provided to clients.  Advocate is responsible for conducting outreach as well as continually builds the referrals network of options available for clients and youth.  This position will be part of a multi-jurisdictional task force and will work closely with law enforcement, community agencies, prosecution, and other professionals.  Advocate is responsible for responding after-hours as necessary.  Flexibility in work hours is required.

 

Duties and Responsibilities:

 

Engagement and Crisis Response

 

  • Provide crisis response services to survivors and non-offending caregivers.
  • Provide trauma-informed crisis intervention when responding to crisis calls and conduct assessments of victims’ immediate threat of harm.
  • Provide and participate in outreach activities to schools, churches, detention centers, and other community agencies focused on victim identification and linkage to services.
  • Maintain a caseload of 10-15 youth advocacy clients.

 

Case Coordination and Outreach

 

  • Work with clients to plan, implement, and monitor goal setting and service plans from a strengths-based, trauma–informed, and culturally competent perspective.
  • Serve as linkage to services including but not limited to drug treatment, transitional housing, residential treatment, counseling and therapy, legal services, job training, etc.
  • Assist clients in developing service plans addressing physical safety, stabilization, substance abuse, and mental health issues from a harm-reduction approach.
  • Provide support to guardians for maintaining the care for youth including but not limited to resources for rental and utility assistance, family counseling, parenting classes, etc.
  • Routinely follow up with clients on assigned caseload and document contact in case management database.
  • Continually assess clients for safety risk, protective factors, and overall well-being. Track and document positive and negative changes in client behavior, circumstance, overall well-being and adjust service plan accordingly.
  • Work with clients to assist in techniques for stress reduction, goal attainment, and holistic well-being.
  • Provide crisis intervention for clients experiencing emotional distress.
  • Prepare reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing data results regarding methods of treatment and progress.
  • Provide transportation and emotional support to clients’ appointments as needed.
  • Maintain ethical standards through adherence to the Texas Victim Service Association Code of Ethics
  • Maintain accurate records, files, and other relevant documentation in accordance with agency policy.
  • Outreach- Coordinate with community partners, businesses, and community members to provide outreach and education on sex trafficking to increase victim identification and support services; plan and execute outreach plan/strategy for client-specific outreach.
  • Responsible for implementing prevention education support group curriculum with high-risk juveniles.

 

Client Advocacy

 

  • Provide advocacy, crisis intervention, case coordination, referrals, and other services for youth and young adult clients.
  • With an emphasis on survivor empowerment and self-determination facilitate the development of service plans including but not limited to referrals to residential programs, individual and family therapy, support groups, drug treatment, mental health services, legal assistance, and educational services.
  • Act in the client’s best interest by supporting the youth’s relationships with community members, stakeholders, and caregivers when appropriate.
  • Engage and involve youth and their caregivers in the casework process when appropriate.
  • Meet and communicate regularly with the youth and/or their caregivers as needed and coordinate response to crisis calls for assigned caseload including in-office meetings, meetings in the field, and home visits.
  • Conduct continual comprehensive assessments regarding the safety and wellbeing of youth and caregivers.
  • Act as liaison with stakeholders including legal providers, child protection, law enforcement, federal partners, and others to ensure both local and program protocols are followed.
  • Participate in a multidisciplinary team response designed to provide specialized services for victims of trafficking. Multidisciplinary teams will include members from DFPS, District Attorney’s Office, Law Enforcement, and other stakeholders.
  • Provide information about the criminal justice system and provide legal advocacy and/or court accompaniment to clients engaged in the legal system.
  • Provide emotional support and follow-up calls to victims as needed.
  • Document advocacy services provided, referrals given, progress or decline in the wellbeing of youth and their caregivers, achievement of service goals, and case outcomes.
  • Process requests for financial assistance for clients (Crime Victims Compensation, etc.)
  • Initiate contact with the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services when child abuse or neglect is suspected.
  • Transport clients to meetings and appointments, when needed, according to program protocol and with parental consent.
  • Maintain confidentiality in all areas of the service population and program operations.

 

Program Support Services

 

  • Work from a strengths-based, trauma–informed, and culturally competent perspective
  • Participate in providing feedback and input into the program design and the development of relevant trainings/manuals.
  • Offer flexibility to work evenings, weekends and holidays as needed or requested by position supervisor, including on-call assigned shifts.
  • Interact with the community and develop relationships with agencies and other service providers that can provide needed referrals and resources for survivors of human trafficking.

 

Other

 

  • Participate in workshops, seminars, education programs and other activities that promote professional growth and development.
  • Maintain timesheets and other administrative tasks.
  • Educate at-risk youth in schools, child advocacy centers, and juvenile detention centers about domestic minor sex trafficking and human trafficking as needed.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

Skills

 

  • Experience working with child protection, and juvenile services preferred.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication; Self-motivated and proactive; Teachability and openness to receiving constructive criticism; Ability to work collaboratively with other service providers.
  • Ability to remain calm and handle multiple crisis simultaneously.
  • Maintain appropriate professional boundaries.
  • Effective time management skills

 

Qualifications and Education:

 

  • Bachelor’s Degree, Preferably in Psychology or Human Services related field.
  • 3-5 years of related work professional work experience
  • Experience working with or in law enforcement and criminal justice, juvenile justice, or DFPS background preferred.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license and proof of liability insurance.
  • Must be able to successfully pass criminal and civil background check
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality and present in a positive, professional manner at all times.
  • Able to maintain composure and professionalism under the pressure of deadlines.
  • Regular and reliable attendance.

 

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to becky@forthesilent.org.

March 28, 2024

COUNSELOR

 

 

Classification:  Full-Time Exempt, Salaried

Salary to be discussed during the interview process.

 

Reports to: Executive Director

 

Location: For The Silent, 305 South Broadway Avenue, Suite 1116, Tyler, Texas 75702

Some travel required, will be reimbursed for mileage expenses.

 

Summary  

 

Provides professional mental health support, including individual and group counseling, victims and high-risk youth and young adults in response to sex trafficking and/or commercial sexual exploitation of youth.

For The Silent is an anti-trafficking nonprofit organization in Tyler, Texas which specializes in providing evidence-based, trauma informed care and direct services to victims of sex trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation of youth.   For The Silent focuses on providing relational trauma recovery services that include crisis response and advocacy, case management, trauma therapy, individual and group peer support services, and psychoeducation groups.

 

Benefits

 

  • 28 vacation days
  • 9 agency-observed holidays
  • Ongoing Professional Development opportunities
  • Monthly mileage reimbursement
  • For LPC-Associates, FTS will pay for supervision expense.

 

Responsibilities:

 

  • Establish a helping relationship, assess complex trauma related concerns, and work with clients and, when possible non-offending or supportive family members, to select evidence-based interventions that best serve their needs. Interventions likely to include crisis intervention and comprehensive safety planning.
  • Administer pre/post assessments and evaluations to ensure service effectiveness and person-centered clinical intervention.
  • Provide psychoeducation and therapy groups focusing on, but not limited to trauma, healthy relationships, and substance use recovery.
  • Coordinate/communicate with family members, victim advocates, and/or other service providers or partner agency team members to best serve client and increase effectiveness of treatment.
  • Participate in supervision, service team meetings, and all-agency meetings to assist with expansion and delivery of comprehensive services.
  • Occasionally provide clinical consultation to staff, partner agencies, community members, or other stakeholders, as needed.

 

Previous Experience or Background:

 

  • Demonstrated ability to model appropriate relational boundaries, use team as support, and practice self-care when exposed to high volume of traumatized victims
  • Applied knowledge and understanding of complex trauma and associated presentations. Possibly includes attachment disruption, developmental trauma, complex dissociative disorders, and substance abuse.
  • Applied knowledge and understanding of evidence-based theories, principles, and practices related to long term complex trauma recovery; including but not limited to, neurobiological impact of trauma, EMDR, somatic experiencing, cognitive behavioral interventions, and/or stages of change.
  • The capacity to provide assistance in a timely, sensitive, and supportive manner based on trauma-informed practice principles that includes a rights-based, harm reduction, and social justice framework.
  • Detail-oriented, highly organized, able to manage multiple tasks and priorities, set and meet goals and deadlines while balancing direct service responsibilities with effective record keeping.

 

Requirements and Qualifications:

 

  • Master’s degree in counseling, or related degree
  • Provisional or Full licensure to provide professional counseling services in the State of Texas.
  • Experience practicing evidence-based treatment modalities (TF-CBT, CBT, EMDR, etc.)
  • A valid driver’s license and ability proof of automobile insurance, and reliable transportation
  • The ability to work a flexible schedule, including one night per week, based on client needs.

 

Schedule and Salary:

This is a full time (40 hours per week) position with flexible work schedule. Salary is negotiable – DOE. For The Silent is a small team of committed professionals.  Generous time off/vacation annually. Monthly reimbursement for mileage and necessary expenses.  Professional development and training opportunities will be paid by employer.

 

Qualified applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to: becky@forthesilent.org

March 27, 2024

COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST

 

 

REPORT TO: COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER

COMPENSATION: COMMENSURATE WITH EXPERIENCE

COMMITMENT TYPE: PART-TIME

BASE OF OPERATIONS: TYLER, TEXAS

 

SUMMARY:

 

Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) provides comprehensive services to child victims of abuse and their non-offending caregivers in conjunction with a multi-disciplinary team (MDT) made up of Law Enforcement, Child Protective Investigators, and the District Attorney’s office. Working within this team environment, the Communications Specialist will participate in the comprehensive support to the Development Team including, but not limited to, marketing, branding, public relations, events, data entry, and fundraising efforts consistent with CAC branding guidelines.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

 

  • Participate in the planning and execution of digital content related to child abuse awareness, marketing, fundraising, and events communication across various social media platforms
  • Utilize fundraising software to assist in development of reporting and data entry processes
  • Assist in the design of digital and print campaign materials related to child abuse awareness and fundraising events
  • Assist with content and editing of the CAC website, including special events and campaign promotion
  • Participate in the organization of annual, current, and future fundraising events including Bling-O and Women of Courage
  • Maintain positive professional relationships with all center staff, volunteers, and MDT members
  • Maintain cross-cultural awareness in the performance of all responsibilities
  • Other duties as assigned by the Communications Manager

 

JOB REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS:

 

EDUCATION:

 

  • High School Diploma or equivalent (minimum)

 

KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS:

 

  • High level of written and oral communication skills, organizational skills, computer skills, and collaborative capabilities
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Publisher, PowerPoint, and Outlook)
  • Read, write, and speak English fluently

 

EXPERIENCE:

 

  • Passion to learn and gain experience in areas of marketing and communications

  

INTELLECTUAL AND PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

 

  • Desirable personal qualities include patience, tact, good judgment, flexibility, a positive attitude, compassion, perceptive, culturally sensitive, motivated, high professional standards and ethics, and an ability to get along with a variety of people from various disciplines
  • Ability to work well under pressure and respond quickly to challenges
  • Bending, stooping, reaching, and other movements required in dealing with children. Lifting of office materials (up to 20 lbs.)

 

OTHER INFORMATION:

 

  • Minimum 18 years of age
  • Position involves confidential work with sensitive information about child abuse victims and partner agency personnel at supervisory and front-line levels
  • Employment is dependent upon successful completion of a background check, including criminal, civil and CPI clearances along with the National Sex Offenders Registry

 

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as exhaustive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required for the position.

 

If you are interested and meet the requirements for this position, please send a cover letter and resume to etaylor@cacsmithcounty.org

March 26, 2024

BILINGUAL RESIDENTIAL ADVOCATE

 

Objective                   

 

Ensure smooth operation of shelter for battered women and their children during assigned shift.

 

Description               

 

  • Assist with the management and operation of the shelter during shift.
  • Provide crisis intervention to resident clients and children as needed.
  • Responsible for answering Hotline calls during shift.
  • Conduct screening women for intake into shelter.
  • Provide safety planning and information and referral to assist residential clients to achieve their identified goals.
  • Oversee activities of resident clients and children during shift.
  • Provide referrals for resident clients and children for services with the agency as well as other community resources.
  • Responsible for handling emergency situations at the shelter following guidelines set for in the agency Policy and Procedures manual.
  • Perform other work duties as requested.

 

Knowledge and Skills

 

  • Crisis Intervention techniques/skills required
  • Experience working with at-risk children
  • Personable and able to be calm in crisis
  • Ability to work independently
  • Writing skills necessary
  • Must be an effective team player
  • Ability to problem solve
  • Good verbal and written communication skills
  • Computer knowledge
  • Data entry accuracy
  • Attention to detail
  • Good organizational skills
  • Working knowledge of community resources
  • Ability to project positive and professional interpersonal skills

 

Supervision      

 

The Bilingual Residential Advocate is a full-time position and is supervised by the Residential Services Coordinator.

 

Benefits                 

 

Health insurance (Employer paid), Dental/Vision insurance, Life insurance (Employer paid), Paid time off, Paid Holidays, Mileage Reimbursement

 

Requirements

 

  • Full-time position
  • Bilingual in English/Spanish a must.

 

Qualifications

 

Associate’s Degree in Human Service field or two years’ experience working with women and children.

 

To Apply

 

Please send resume with cover letter via email to: Lhenderson@etcc.org

March 26, 2024

BILINGUAL VICTIM ADVOCATE

 

Objective                           

 

To provide crisis intervention and advocacy services to victims of family violence, sexual assault, and other violent crime.

 

General Description

 

  • Provide crisis intervention, legal advocacy, criminal justice, medical, and social service advocacy, timely follow-up, and information/referral services.
  • Provide crisis intervention services for walk-in clients, as needed.
  • Assist legal advocate with necessary documentation for Family Protective Orders.
  • Assist clients with Victims of Crime application forms and Victim Impact Statements.
  • Provide client screening for shelter, H.E.A.R.T. support group, and vouchers for Center’s resale shop.
  • Facilitate evening support groups on a weekly basis.
  • Maintain regular contact with law enforcement/courts to provide and/or obtain updated information regarding FPO, Magistrate’s Order, and to gather statistics.
  • Complete necessary client documentation, maintain current progress notes, and document all required information.
  • Attend weekly administrative/client staff meetings.
  • Assist in supervision of volunteer staff, as requested.
  • Assist with on-call advocacy, as scheduled.
  • Assist with volunteer training, completion of monthly and quarterly reports, and grant writing, fundraising, special events, public education- as requested.

 

Supervision                      

 

The Victim Advocate is a full-time position and is supervised by the Director of Residential and Non-Residential Services.

 

Benefits                             

 

Health insurance (Employer paid), Dental/Vision insurance, Life insurance (Employer paid), Paid time off, Paid Holidays, Mileage Reimbursement

 

Qualifications and Requirements            

 

Bachelor’s degree in psychology, social work, criminal justice, or another related field. Bilingual in English/Spanish is a must.

 

Training Requirements                     

 

The Victim Advocate will complete the next available New Employee Training.

 

To Apply

 

Please send resume with cover letter via email to: swalden@etcc.org

February 20, 2024

SCHOOL THERAPIST

 

 

REPORT TO: DIRECTOR OF CLINICAL SERVICES

COMPENSATION: COMMENSURATE WITH EXPERIENCE

EXEMPT STATUS: EXEMPT/SALARIED

COMMITMENT TYPE: FULL TIME

BASE OF OPERATIONS: TYLER, TEXAS

 

 

SUMMARY:

 

Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) provides comprehensive services to child victims of abuse and their non-offending caregivers in conjunction with a multi-disciplinary team (MDT) made up of Law Enforcement, Child Protective Investigators, and the District Attorney’s office. Working within this team environment, the School Therapist provides individual and group therapy to victims of child abuse and their protective caregivers. The CAC also provides Community Education & Trauma Informed School Training & certifications to local schools and organizations.  The School Therapist is an integrated part of the school community by offering services in a familiar setting with minimal interruptions to the school day.  In this role, the School Therapist works within the CAC environment as well as school campuses to provide individual and group therapy to victims suffering from trauma.

 

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

 

  • Provide developmentally appropriate assessment and treatment services to child abuse victims and protective caregivers (psychosocial and trauma-specific assessments)
  • Provide individual, group, and family therapy
  • Provide crisis intervention services, as needed
  • Review and evaluate the effectiveness of treatment plans monthly or as needed with the Clinical Director
  • Participate in teacher and parent conferences, ARD meetings upon request
  • Maintain ethical boundaries with clients, caregivers, school personal, agency partners & volunteers to ensure confidentiality of all clients
  • Maintain orderly and accurate case files (both written and electronic) including progress notes, treatment plans, assessments, progress reports, and termination summaries
  • Prepare and submit timely and accurate statistical reports documenting grant-funded activities
  • Testify in civil and criminal trials if required
  • Develop and conduct community outreach presentations as required
  • Provide CAC representation at local social service networking coalitions as assigned
  • Attend all required staff meetings and case reviews regularly and on-time
  • Coordinate therapy services with and provide updates & consultation to MDT
  • Attend trainings and conferences as required
  • Maintain positive professional relationships with all center staff, MDT members, volunteers, and school staff.
  • Maintain cross-cultural awareness in the performance of all responsibilities.
  • Flexible work schedule to respond as needed; some evening hours required
  • Other duties as assigned

 

JOB REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS:

 

EDUCATION:

 

  • Master’s degree in counseling, social work, or psychology.
  • Professional license to practice independently as a Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist or Licensed Clinical Social Worker

 

TRAINING (LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS):

 

  • Maintain current licensure and/or certification
  • Maintain good standing with the appropriate State licensing board and group membership affiliations
  • TFCBT, EMDR, PSB, Play Therapy or additional certifications in other modalities preferred

 

 

EXPERIENCE:

 

  • Minimum of 2 years of experience as a practicing mental health professional with abused children or use of Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy preferred
  • Prior work with Child Protective Investigators, Law enforcement or District Attorneys
  • Experience utilizing telehealth technology
  • Prior relevant experience in a school setting

 

KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS:

 

  • High level of written and oral communication skills, organizational skills, computer skills, and collaborative capabilities
  • Proficiency with Microsoft, Word, Excel, and Outlook

 

INTELLECTUAL AND PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

 

  • Individual should possess tact, good judgment, flexibility, and the ability to work as a team member with individuals from a variety of disciplines
  • Ability to work well under pressure, multi-task and balance diverse requirements noted above and respond quickly to challenges.
  • Bending, stooping, reaching, and other movements required in dealing with children. Lifting of office materials (up to 20 lbs.)

 

OTHER INFORMATION:

 

  • Position involves confidential work with sensitive information about child abuse victims and partner agency personnel at supervisory and front-line levels
  • Desirable personal qualities include tact, good judgment, flexibility, a positive attitude, high professional standards and ethics, and an ability to get along with a variety of people from various disciplines
  • Employment is dependent upon successful completion of a background check, including criminal and CPI clearances along with the National Sex Offenders Registry

 

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as exhaustive of all responsibilities, duties and skills required for the position.

 

If you are interested and meet the requirements for this position, please send a cover letter and resume to ttanner@cacsmithcounty.org

February 8, 2024

BILINGUAL FAMILY VIOLENCE/SEXUAL ASSAULT COUNSELOR
Sign-on Bonus Offered!

 

Responsibilities

 

  • Provide therapeutic counseling to victims of family violence and sexual assault.
  • Provide individual, family and group therapy, and facilitate classes.
  • Provide parenting and interventions with parent and child/children as requested.
  • Provide crisis intervention services for walk-in clients and residents of shelter as needed.
  • On-call rotation for hospital emergency room as scheduled.
  • Assist with public education as requested.
  • And other duties as assigned.

 

 

Requirements for Bilingual Family Violence / Sexual Assault Counselor- LPC, LPC-A, LMSW

 

  • Graduation from an accredited college or university with a minimum of a Master’s Degree in Counseling/Psychology.
  • LMSW, LPC License or LPC-A is required. One year of experience preferred can include practicum work.
  • Bilingual English – Spanish preferred.
  • Will use therapeutic counseling based on evidence-based trauma-informed interventions and research-based treatments for trauma such as EMDR, Play & Art Therapy, Somatic Experiencing, or DBT.

 

Join our team of dedicated advocates and make a difference in the lives of survivors of intimate partner violence and sexual assault.

 

Note: This job description is intended to provide a general overview of the position. It is not an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, qualifications, or requirements.

 

Job Type: Full-time

 

Benefits

 

  • Dental insurance
  • Employee assistance program
  • Flexible schedule
  • Health insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Vision insurance

 

Schedule

 

  • Monday to Friday
  • On call

 

Application Question(s)

 

  • Tell me about your previous experience working with survivors of sexual assault or intimate partner violence.

 

Education: Master’s (Required)

 

Language: Spanish (Required)

 

License/Certification: LPC, LPC-A, LMSW (Required)

 

Work Location: In person

 

Send cover letter, resume, and references via email to:

 

Email address: swalden@etcc.org

February 8, 2024

Clinical Counselor- LPC, LPC-A, LMSW

East Texas Crisis Center – Athens, TX

Sign-on Bonus Offered!

 

Responsibilities

 

  • Provide therapeutic counseling to victims of family violence and sexual assault.
  • Provide individual, family and group therapy, and facilitate classes.
  • Provide parenting and interventions with parent and child/children as requested.
  • Provide crisis intervention services for walk-in clients and residents of shelter as needed.
  • On-call rotation for hospital emergency room as scheduled.
  • Assist with public education as requested.
  • And other duties as assigned.

 

Requirements for Counselor- LPC, LPC-A, LMSW

 

  • Graduation from an accredited college or university with a minimum of a Master’s Degree in Counseling/Psychology.
  • LMSW, LPC License or LPC-A is required. One year of experience preferred can include practicum work.
  • Bilingual English – Spanish preferred.
  • Will use therapeutic counseling based on evidence-based trauma-informed interventions and research-based treatments for trauma such as EMDR, Play & Art Therapy, Somatic Experiencing, or DBT.

 

Join our team of dedicated advocates and make a difference in the lives of survivors of intimate partner violence and sexual assault.

Job Type: Full-time

 

Benefits

 

  • Dental insurance
  • Employee assistance program
  • Flexible schedule
  • Health insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Vision insurance

 

Schedule

 

  • Monday to Friday
  • On call

 

Application Question(s)

  • Tell me about your previous experience working with survivors of sexual assault or intimate partner violence.

 

Education: Master’s (Required)

 

Language: Spanish (Preferred)

 

License/Certification: LPC, LPC-A, LMSW (Required)

 

Work Location: In person

 

Send cover letter, resume, and references via email to:

 

Email address: swalden@etcc.org