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St. Maryís is one of the leading residential providers in the State and is the first agency in Rhode Island to adopt and implement the national Building Bridges Initiative. (http://www.buildingbridges4youth.org). Our office and home based services are led by clinicians and case managers who use trauma informed approaches. Most clinicians are licensed and recognized as Qualified Practitioners- Sexual Abuse Treatment Specialists, by RI DCYF, and offer clinicians the training and supervision needed to become specialists themselves. RIDE licenses our campus Special Education School serving youth in grades K Ė 12.

If you have a strong desire to be a team member in a forward-thinking school, community, office or residential based program, in an employee supported environment, we invite you to apply for an open position.

Our comprehensive benefits package includes BCBSRI, Healthmate Coast to Coast, vision & dental insurance with a low employee contribution, up front funded HRA, FSA, 403b Retirement Plan, Aflac and a generous paid time off (PTO) program. Benefits vary depending on position/hours.

We were awarded the 2017 Providence Business News (PBN) Business Excellence Award for Social Services, and the Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce/Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island Exemplary Worksite Health Award. Our commitment to employees includes an active PQI Wellness Committee, annual Wellness Fair, free yoga, meditation classes, walking club and book club.

St. Maryís is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Bilingual candidates strongly encouraged to apply.

Please mail, email, or fax resume and cover letter to:

St. Mary's Home for Children
Attn: Human Resources
420 Fruit Hill Ave.
North Providence, RI 02911
email: hr@smhfc.org
Fax: 401.354.7993

(Please no phone calls)

 

Positions Open

Outpatient Services

Are you a team player interested in supporting vulnerable populations in their homes and communities? Do you want to become part of a diverse and talented team of social service professionals? If so, St. Mary's Home for Children is looking for you!

St. Maryís Home for Children is a family of professionals dedicated to providing maximum opportunities for growth and development to children and families. Since 1877, we have been committed to serving the changing needs of children and families through the work of dedicated, caring, and creative professionals. Our rapidly expanding Community Based Service Programs are in need of a number of reliable, flexible, self-motivated team members to join our dynamic community.

Valid driver's license required. All positions require a background check. EOE

Clinicians (Fee for Service):

Summary: The Shepherd Program, is looking for Masterís level Clinicians to join our Community Based Services Team. Our clinicians work with case managers in collaboration to serve families and individuals struggling with mental/behavioral health issues. Some duties and responsibilities of this position include creating and implementing therapeutic interventions through assessment and treatment planning; maintaining case records; collaborate with outside service providers; transportation assistance; case management; and client advocacy as needed.

Qualifications of Clinicians: Master of Social Work Degree or equivalent Counseling Degree required. Rhode Island Licensure preferred (LICSW, LCSW or LMHC). Experience working with children and families in community-based settings preferred. Experience in the treatment of trauma preferred. Bilingual candidates (English/Spanish) encouraged to apply.

Case Managers (Fee for Service):

Summary: The Shepherd Program is looking for Bachelor's level Case Managers to join our Community Based Services Team. Our case managers work with clinicians in collaboration to serve families and individuals struggling with mental/behavioral health issues. Some duties and responsibilities of this position include creating and implementing therapeutic interventions through assessment and treatment planning; maintaining case records; collaborate with outside service providers; transportation assistance; case management; and client advocacy as needed.

Qualifications of Case Manager: Bachelor Degree in Social Work or related field. Equivalent combination of education and experience working with children and families will be considered. Experience working with children and families in community-based settings preferred. Bilingual candidates (English/Spanish) encouraged to apply.

STAAR Program

The STAAR Project is expanding!

Due to our expanding funding, The Shepherd Program is looking for clinicians and case managers to join our Supporting Teens and Adults At-Risk (STAAR) Project. The project is the state's first clinical, community-based program for victims of trafficking and high risk youth. The STAAR Project serves male and female victims of sexual exploitation and human trafficking, up to age 25, and their families, and high risk youth. This is a state-wide community/home based program. The overriding goal of the STAAR Project is to keep victims safe in their homes and communities and reduce the risk of re-victimization. The STAAR clinicians and case managers work together to provide therapeutic, educational and social support to the survivor, psycho-education and clinical support to the parent or caregiver and work within a team model based on a multidisciplinary approach.

Clinicians:

Summary: The Shepherd Program is looking for for Masterís level Clinicians to join our Supporting Teens and Adults At-Risk (STAAR) Project. The overriding goal of the STAAR Project is to keep victims safe in their homes and communities and reduce the risk of re-victimization. The STAAR clinicians and case managers work together to provide therapeutic, educational and social support to the survivor, psycho-education and clinical support to the parent or caregiver and work within a team model based on a multidisciplinary approach. The STAAR clinician will provide individual, family, and group therapy to identified families as well as participate in state-wide advocacy efforts. Schedule is flexible.

Qualifications of Clinicians: Experience providing home-based therapy with children and families preferred. Candidates should have a total of three years of experience working with survivors of trauma, with one of the three years supporting high risk youth (i.e., work experience with juvenile justice, child welfare, residential treatment, child advocacy centers, school social work or other comparable experience). Clinical candidates must have a Master of Social Work Degree or equivalent Counseling Degree, State Licensure preferred or License eligible with plan to obtain, and a valid driver's license.

Case Managers:

Summary: The Shepherd Program is looking for Bachelorís level Case Managers to join our Supporting Teens and Adults At-Risk (STAAR) Project. The overriding goal of the STAAR Project is to keep victims safe in their homes and communities and reduce the risk of re-victimization. The STAAR clinicians and case managers work together to provide therapeutic, educational and social support to the survivor, psycho-education and clinical support to the parent or caregiver and work within a team model based on a multidisciplinary approach. Schedule is flexible.

Qualifications of Case Manager: Experience providing home-based services with children and families preferred; experience working with survivors of trauma preferred. Case manager candidates must have a Bachelor Degree in a social service or related field, commensurate experience will be considered. Must have a valid driverís license. Bilingual canadates strongly encouraged to apply; rate comparable. All positions require a background check.

Child and Family Trauma Treatment Program - Parent Educator

Summary: The Shepherd Program, is looking for a full-time Bachelor's level Parent Educator to join our CFTT Program to provide information to non-offending parent(s)/caretaker(s) relating to sexual abuse, in a home based setting. The parent educator will work collaboratively with a clinician creating and implementing therapeutic interventions through assessment and treatment planning using a strength based approach; providing psychoeducation to the parent(s)/caretaker(s) around sexual abuse; maintaining case records including progress notes and reports, per accreditation requirements; collaborate with outside service providers and justice departments, including law enforcement, Attorney General's Office, DCYF, etc; case management, transportation assistance, and client advocacy as needed.

Qualifications of Parent Educator: Bachelor Degree in Social Work or related field. Experience working with children and families affected by sexual abuse/trauma preferred. Bilingual candidates (English/Spanish) encouraged to apply.

Valid driver's license required. All positions require a background check. EOE

Supporting Adoptive and Foster Families Everywhere (SAFFE) Program - Case Manager

The Shepherd Program is seeking qualified individuals to help support families formed through adoption and foster care. The Supporting Adoptive and Foster Families Everywhere (SAFFE) Program, is an intensive, community based program aimed at preserving foster and adoptive placements for children/teens, statewide, up to age 18, that have either disclosed sexual abuse or are exhibiting symptoms of sexual abuse, such as sexualized behaviors. We are currently looking to hire dedicated, qualified and experienced case managers to staff this growing program! We currently have both full time and part time positions available. These positions are salaried with benefits.

Qualifications of Case Management : A Bachelorís Degree in Social Work or related human service field or an Associateís Degree in Human Services with appropriate field experience, or extensive experience in the social work field; home based therapeutic experience working with children and families; experience with foster families and families formed through adoption.Bilingual clinicians strongly encouraged to apply; rate comparable.

Valid driverís license required. All positions require a background check. EOE

Residential Counselor - Full Time and Per Diem Opportunities

Qualifications: College Education desirable. Experience working with children/youth in a residential or similar environment required. Valid driver's license and background check required. EOE

Schedule: Various full time shifts available.


 

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