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We appreciate your interest in employment with Eagle Village. We are always looking for energetic, caring and dedicated people to help us serve children and families at our Michigan facility.
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Description: Responsible for therapeutic treatment through the principles of Family Systems Theory and case management for 12 residential youth, their families, and referring agencies. The Family Counselor may be assigned residents outside of their appointed house dependent upon residential census. Serves as the child and families advocate to provide and facilitate the best possible care and treatment available. The Family Counselor collaborates closely with the Experiential Specialist and the Quality Care Supervisor to promote the social, emotional, psychological, physical, and spiritual well being of youth.
Requirements: Licensed Master’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Marriage and Family Therapy, or Professional Counseling from an accredited college or university required. One year related experience preferred. Minimum of a Limited License as a Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist, or Professional Counselor. Good moral character. Valid Michigan driver’s license with a good driving record.
Description: Assists in the preparation, delivery and presentation of meals to all programs. Works with and directs lesser-qualified food service workers and resident helpers; may function as Lead Food Service Worker on a temporary basis. Must be multi-task oriented and be able to work in a demanding, fast paced environment under significant pressure at times. This position does not have a regular schedule and flexibility in working all shifts is required.
Requirements: High school diploma or GED preferred; two to three years of experience in food service required; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Description: Provides leadership to the residential teams. Provides assessments, collateral contacts, analysis, and summary of treatment options for youth in residential, foster care, and the community. May provide court testimony when needed. As part of the treatment team the psychologist will provide solutions and treatment options for youth in crisis. Serves as the youth and families advocate to provide and facilitate the best possible care and treatment available. Collaborates closely with the Experiential Specialist, the Quality Care Supervisor, and the Family Therapists to promote the social, emotional, psychological, physical, and spiritual well-being of youth.
Requirements: PhD in Clinical Psychology with a minimum of 3 years’ experience working with adolescents/children is required. Licensed to practice in the State of Michigan. Good moral character and emotional stability.
Description: Provides intensive clinical therapeutic services to children, adolescents, and adults of all ages, with identified mental health or substance abuse diagnosis. Therapy includes psycho-educational activities/interventions designed to assist the client of the reduction of dysfunction. Services are provided with client-centered approaches and are delivered through intensive, time-limited, goal specific interventions.
Requirements: Master’s Degree in Social Work or related behavioral science; minimum of three years of casework experience and two years of relevant supervisory experience. Eligible for state registration as a CSW, LMSW, LMFT, LPC, LLP or LLPC. Must be able to be fully certified within 6 months of employment.
Description: Directly supervises Family Counselors and Interns. Coaches, develops and motivates treatment counselors, assuring staff are trained to meet organization needs and all regulatory requirements. Empowers staff to make decisions and accomplish tasks based upon sound principles and practices. Ensures proper development planning discussions take place with employees. Responsibilities include interviewing, candidate selection, and teaching job-related competencies to new staff; planning, assigning, and directing work; correcting employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems. Superior skills in editing treatment plans for appropriate content and the proper use of the English language, including punctuation. Provide regular case supervision and ensuring treatment plans are in accordance with the strengths and needs of the child and family. Recognize needs for up-to-date clinical training and education and providing final approval for each treatment plan and method of implementation. Serves as a child and family’s advocate in attempting to provide and facilitate the best possible care and treatment available.
Requirements: Master’s degree in Social Work or related behavioral science field; minimum three years of relevant clinical experience; eligible for state registration as a LMSW, LPC or LMFT. Minimum of 3 years’ experience in supervising clinicians.
Description: The Youth Specialist provides direct supervision of the youth under their care and helps to implement goals and strategies for each youth. The YS is part of a treatment team that motivates residents and their families to resolve problems and to make positive changes while maintaining a safe, therapeutic environment. This position reports to the Quality Care Supervisor.
Requirements: High School diploma or GED. Bachelor’s degree in a human services area and one year experience is preferred. Good moral character and emotional stability.
Description: Provides direct supervision of the youth under their care. Transports youth and families for a variety of different reasons such as home visits, doctor appointments, family weekend, etc.
Required: High school diploma or general education degree (GED); or one to three months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Good moral character and valid driver’s license.
Hours: This position requires full time hours, however the paid portion is part time.
Description: Those in the Impact Program participate in the spiritual advancement of the Eagle Village community. They interact with EV youth through our mentoring program and actively engage in discipleship on campus with youth and staff.
We currently have the need for several of these energetic, passionate, mission-minded individuals. This position provides up to 25 hours in a paid position in an assigned area such as Youth Specialist or Support Staff. It also requires up to 25 hours of volunteer time which would include assisting in the chapel program and mentoring youth.
Requirements: Candidates must be 21 years of age or older. High school diploma or GED, good moral character and emotional stability required. Good driving record and valid Michigan license. Ideal candidates would come from a mission, social work or similar schooling background but others will be considered.