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.
Assistant Director of Trauma Services
CCTC is seeking an Assistant Director of Trauma Services that will support the Director of Trauma Services with the overall clinical and operational integrity of the Trauma Services Program. The Assistant Director of Trauma Services’ duties include: assisting with the management of the clinical and administrative operations of the Trauma Services Program, which includes supporting the implementation and sustainment of evidenced-based practices and treatment models within the department, monitoring clinicians’ productivity, and assisting in representing the Trauma Services Program in community initiatives and projects, as well with CCTC’s internal initiatives and committees. The Assistant Director of Trauma Services will also provide ongoing weekly clinical supervision to Master’s level (or above) clinicians; assist with clinical emergencies; participate in program team meetings; assist in establishing and implementing the goals and objectives for the program; and assist in planning and implementing best practices, supervision, evaluation, and training of program staff to ensure compliance with licensing, funding, and other regulatory agencies.
Licensed psychologist, licensed clinical social worker or licensed professional counselor with clinical experience in the field of children’s trauma-focused treatment, supervisory, and management experience. At least one (1) year working as a supervisor and knowledge of human resource management and effective supervisory techniques, knowledge of fiscal and budgetary management, ability to work effectively with clients, staff, agencies, ability to evaluate programs and employee effectiveness. Bilingual (English/Spanish) applicants are encouraged to apply.
Certified Administrative Medical Assistant
CCTC is seeking a Bi-Lingual (English/Spanish) Certified Administrative Medical Assistant to join our front desk team to meet the growing demands of our agency. Provide support services to the Directors and Assistant Directors of the Outpatient and Trauma Departments, therapeutic staff, children and families served, and all other agency stakeholders. Responsibilities include, but not limited to, maintaining a welcoming environment at the front desk and lobby, support during departmental meetings including organizing, transcribing, and distribution of minutes, as well as communication to staff regarding meetings, scheduling appointments, maintaining ECR, preparation of reports for confirmation calls through ‘ClientTell’, obtain insurance verification and authorizations.
Certification as a Medical Assistant (CMA) with 1-year experience working in a medical office setting. Experience with multi-line phone system, knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel. Must be Bilingual (English/Spanish).
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
Staff Development Coordinator
CCTC is seeking a Staff Development Coordinator who will be primarily responsible for the planning, scheduling, and implementation of CCTC’s staff development and training program. This position will operate as the agency’s point of contact for training initiatives to both internal and external stakeholders. The Staff Development Coordinator will ensure that the agency’s training program meets all regulatory requirements and program needs and maintain all employee training records as well as directly facilitate training sessions as needed and as appropriate.
The Staff Development Coordinator will have regular contact regular contact with employees and senior leadership as well as external contact with training partners, vendors, and members of the community and is expected to represent CCTC in a professional manner.
The Staff Development Coordinator will report directly to the Human Resources Director and participate in department activities as necessary.
- Strong knowledge and background of behavioral and mental health systems and practices.
- Working knowledge of the concepts, techniques, practices, and resources associated with adult learning.
- Strong understanding of the regulatory environment specific to training requirements in which CCTC’s programs operate.
- Ability to work in a team structure – demonstrating ability to collaborate and contribute to the team’s work.
- Ability to mediate or address employee relation issues.
- Skill in effectively communicating, verbally and in writing, with persons at different levels of the organization to explain procedures, policies, rules that are of a legal or technical nature.
- Ability to effectively conduct individual and/or group training/educational presentations.
Experience and Education
Minimum Experience: 2+ years’ experience in the development and delivery of employee training programs; demonstrated experience facilitating training sessions; work in an adult learning environment; experience in behavioral health and or child care is preferred.
Minimum Education: BA/BS degree from an accredited college or university with a concentration in Adult Education or Human Resources, or within Human Services Field.
Certification/License: PHR Certification preferred.
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.