Build a Brighter Future
At Children’s Crisis Treatment Center (CCTC), our staff are dedicated to addressing the impact of childhood traumatic events and other challenges. We are looking for exceptional people to help continue building our team.
Accountant - Finance Department
CCTC is seeking an accountant that will work with the Director of Finance and Chief Financial Officer to support closing processes, audit preparation, budgeting, general ledger account and program analysis, prepare journal entries, and support daily transaction processes.
Working with the Director of Finance, responsibilities will include supporting the monthly close process, the preparation of financial reports, audit preparation and the development of the agency’s budget; manage grant accounting, budget preparation and support program directors in development of grant applications; manage grant financial reporting requirements. Collaborate with Program Directors (or other designated parties) in the overall fiscal reporting and financial management of programs and departments; including creating report structure to support the departments’ goals, provide ongoing business function support.
- BS in accounting
- 3-5 years’ experience in accounting; prefer nonprofit, audit preparation and grant management and accounting.
- Excellent Excel Skills
- Knowledge of Accounting Systems; preferably MIP.
Care Coordinator - Abriendo Caminos
CCTC is seeking a Bilingual Care Coordinator for the Abriendo Caminos Blended Case Management Program to support and follow through with treatment team recommendations in a fast paced environment and meet the needs of the children ages 2.5yrs to 21yrs and their families presenting with crisis and behavioral health issues in a trauma-informed manner.
Responsibilities include, but not limited to, development and implementation of service coordination plan in conjunction with treatment team, identification, linkage, and coordination of services for children and families with CBH, other service providers, schools, etc., monitor effectiveness of services and reassess service needs if necessary, maintenance of timely and accurate electronic chart records and ensure the completion of necessary documentation and outcome measures, and obtain signatures on relevant treatment documents, participation in internal as well as external trainings ensuring completion of CCTC mandatory trainings.
Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Social Science or Bachelor of Arts Degree from an accredited educational institution and have a minimum of one (1) year case management or direct care mental health experience with children and families or a Bachelor of Science in Nursing or equivalent degree and have a minimum of one (1) year case management or counseling experience with children and families. Must be Bilingual (English/Spanish).
Clinician - Family Based Services - Montgomery County
CCTC is seeking a full-time Clinician to provide team delivered, home-based family therapy to children and their families, using the Ecosystemic Structural Family Therapy Model of treatment, while working in a dynamic, Sanctuary accredited agency. Team work includes working closely with co-therapist and AAMFT-approved clinical supervisor as well as participating in routine clinical trainings that are provided. Working three to four evenings per week in the community is required. We are seeking a therapist to serve at our location within Montgomery County.
Bachelor’s degree (Master’s preferred) in marriage and family therapy, social work, counseling, psychology or related field plus a minimum of two years’ experience providing behavioral health services to children and families. Must have own transportation. Training and experience working with child victims of abuse, neglect and other traumatic circumstances a plus. Bi-lingual (English / Spanish) candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
Clinician - Outpatient Services
CCTC is seeking a fee-for-service Clinician for the Outpatient department to complete intake assessments and provide individual and family psychotherapy to children ages 3-13 presenting with behavioral health issues. Responsibilities include, but not limited to, maintenance of timely and accurate chart records and ensure the completion of necessary documentation and signatures are obtained on relevant treatment documents, participation in internal as well as external trainings ensuring completion of CCTC mandatory trainings, as well as, trainings required for continued licensure.
Masters of Social Work or psychology related field with minimum of one-year experience providing psychotherapy to children and their families. Bilingual English/Spanish candidates encouraged to apply.
Clinician - Trauma Services Program (TAP)
CCTC is seeking a full-time Therapist to join our Trauma Services Department where we provide state-of-the-art trauma-focused treatment (evaluation, therapy, case management services) to children ages 18 months through 13 years and their families in the aftermath of child maltreatment or other trauma.
Candidates must possess a Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, or Family Therapy; or have a Doctoral degree in Psychology from an APA accredited university. Experience in child/family therapy is required, as well as a commitment to working with this highly specialized population. Prior experience providing trauma-focused therapy with children and families preferred. Bilingual (English/Spanish) applicants encouraged to apply
CCTC is seeking a part-time licensed or license-eligible psychologist to complete thorough CBEs/CBRs, conduct clinical reviews, and co-lead monthly group supervision. Some local travel required to school programs each week and required facility with electronic health records. This is a 10-month (school-year) assignment eligible for renewal each year.
Fee-for-Service one day per week position also available for evaluations, only.
Licensed or license-eligible psychologist. Doctoral degree preferred.
Minimum of one year of professional experience in completing evaluations required
Summer Camp Coordinator
CCTC is seeking a Coordinator for the Group TSS Program to support and follow through with treatment team recommendations regarding the Group TSS services for the summer.
Responsibilities include, but not limited to, collaborate with team leaders regarding packet submissions, Madeline Moore submissions/approvals and CBH authorizations. Follow up with CBH regarding packet status, missing authorizations, etc. Collaborate with Staffing Coordinator regarding staff assignments, supervise camp services amongst multiple camp locations, manage Lead Clinician weekly roster, TSS assignment, and submission of weekly documentation and address camp concerns as they arrive. This is a seasonal position.
Requirements: Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Social Science or Bachelor of Arts Degree from an accredited educational institution and have a minimum of one (1) year case management or direct care mental health experience with children and families or a Bachelor of Science in Nursing or equivalent degree and have a minimum of one (1) year case management or counseling experience with children and families. Bilingual (English/Spanish) applicants strongly encouraged to apply.
Therapeutic Support Staff (TSS)
CCTC is seeking Therapeutic Support Staff (TSS) to provide therapeutic support to children in their home, school & other community settings. TSS implement clinical interventions from a behavioral treatment plan to assist children in making positive and sustainable changes.
Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Social Work, Counseling, Sociology, Education, Criminal Justice, or other human services field. Will consider a candidate with an Associate’s Degree or 60 credits toward a Bachelor’s Degree if candidate has three (3) years verified full-time paid work experience working in direct care with children / adolescents. Will also consider candidates who are Licensed Registered Nurses or candidates with degrees in another field if they have one (1) year verified full-time paid work experience working in direct care with children / adolescents.
Behavioral Specialist Consultant (BSC) Fee-for-Service
CCTC is seeking a Behavioral Specialist Consultant (BSC) to provide community based behavioral consultation to children in environments in which symptomatic behaviors are observed. The BSC will identify, analyze and modify these behaviors by developing, creating consensus upon and managing a treatment plan in conjunction with all treatment team members and consistent with an accepted psychological/ psychiatric evaluation. Efforts will include collecting relevant behavioral data through direct and indirect evidence based methods, to develop effective interventions that reinforce enhanced functioning and to support treatment team members through consultation.
License (PA.), in Psychology, Professional Counseling or Social Work is preferred. Or, Master in Psychology; Clinical Social Work; Counseling; Special Education; Behavior Analysis or related field. Training is to include a minimum of 8 hours in behavior analysis/modification prior to hire. 2 years of post master professional experience providing mental health treatment for children preferably using behavior analysis.
Mobile Therapist (MT) - Fee-for-Service
CCTC is seeking a Mobile Therapist to provide community based mental health therapy to children, including in their homes. Provide individual treatment to children in conjunction with treatment team members, especially family, to stabilize and improve behavior functioning. As a lead clinician, develop behavior treatment plan and interventions, using trauma informed evidenced based practices to support positive and enhanced mental health functioning.
Requirements: License (PA.), in Psychology, Professional Counseling or Social Work is preferred. Or, Master in Psychology, Clinical Social Work, Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy or related field required. Additionally a minimum of 1 year of post master professional experience providing mental health treatment to children.
CCTC embraces the Sanctuary Model and is committed to creating a trauma-informed culture of open communication, nonviolence, emotional intelligence, social learning, shared governance, social responsibility, and growth and change.
CCTC provides equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or by any other basis protected under applicable law. This is reflected in all employment practices and policies regarding hiring, training, promotions, transfers, rates of pay, termination and other forms of compensation. All matters relating to employment, compensation, and benefits are determined based upon ability to perform the job and other bona fide work-related expectations and criteria.