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GRANTS MANAGER (position # LC18) needed to develop, write and submit the organization’s grant applications. This position works closely with program and finance staff to ensure that grant proposals are developed strategically and that all of the organization’s internal and external stakeholders are engaged in the process. Additional duties include: writing and reviewing grant materials and communications; ensuring the organization has a robust prospect pipeline; and working with the Development Team on funding strategies and fund development projects. This position also supervises the Grant Resources Coordinator and is responsible for productively managing the workflow of that position. Bachelor’s degree in English, Communications or related degree is required. Considerable skill and experience in grant administration, writing and research. CLOSING DATE: May 31, 2013.
THERAPEUTIC FOSTER CARE CASE WORKER (position # LC245) needed to provide maintenance of children in therapeutic foster placement and for supervision/support of foster parent(s) on caseload. Responsible for assessing foster youths needs for treatment and placing foster youth in appropriate foster homes. Position is responsible for providing professional support to children and families requiring the services of therapeutic foster care, as well as supervision of the foster parents. The position is the key liaison for families and placing agencies. The essential guides of service delivery are licensing, agency policy and procedures and the service plan developed by the team serving a child and family. The Case Worker is also responsible for family services, community referrals and follow-up, records management and intake/admissions for assigned children and families. Must have thorough knowledge of modern theories and techniques of child care, family services and community resources, licensing standards, records management, confidentiality, team work, supervision, Departments of Social Services/CSA, basic counseling and crisis intervention techniques. Requires Bachelor’s degree in a Human Services field and two years experience in providing casework services to children and families. Past Therapeutic Foster Care experience preferred. CLOSING DATE: May 27, 2013
COMMUNITY SUPPORT SPECIALIST (position # LC64) needed to provide intensive in home and mental health support services to individuals and families in a clinic, school, home or community setting. This person is responsible for all documentation meeting Medicaid Standards and for regulating Medicaid Billing. Also responsible for family services, community referrals and follow-up, records management and intake/admissions for assigned children and families. Must meet requirements of a Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP): at least a Bachelor’s degree (Master’s preferred) in human services field from an accredited college, at least one year of clinical experience providing direct services (developing, conducting, and approving assessments and individual service plans or treatment plans) to children with a diagnosis of mental illness. Must be 21 years of age. Attractive benefits package with base pay and bonus incentives. Full Time position. Previous applicants need not apply. Open until filled.
All applicants are required to have a valid driver’s license, acceptable driving record, and undergo criminal history background investigations.
Please submit the following documents:
EMAIL to: Milissa at firstname.lastname@example.org
MAIL to: Milissa Herrmann, Presbyterian Homes & Family Services and the Family Alliance, 150 Linden Ave., Lynchburg, VA 24503
FAX to: Milissa at (434) 455-3620
Please indicate the position you are applying for. EOE
Due to the volume of applications we receive, only individuals selected for an interview will be contacted. If you have any additional questions, contact Milissa at 434-384-3131 x3644.
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