Children's Aid Society, a non-profit organization established in 1912, recruits for administrative/management, clerical, clinical, social service, and paraprofessional positions. CAS is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a drug free workplace.
Instructions to apply:
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- Upload documents in specified locations on CAS Application for Employment or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Provides supervision to the Family Partners Specialists and oversees the delivery of intensive, short term crisis intervention and stabilization services to families. Travel is required. This position is based in Jasper, AL.
Master’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Human and Child Development, Counseling or Sociology from a college or university accredited by one of the six regional accrediting associations of the United States; LGSW, LCSW or LPC license/eligibility if applicable to degree. Minimum of five years of increasingly responsible experience working with children, youth, and families, plus two years of successful full-time, paid supervisory experience in a social services setting. Good communication and problem-solving skills. Computer proficiency. Ability to respond calmly and non-judgmentally to others, including persons in crisis. Ability to work with a team while evidencing ability to think critically; plan and carry independent work when directed by the Program Director. Must have reliable automobile, valid AL driver’s license and auto insurance, clearance with the Alabama Central Registry on Child Abuse and Neglect, and/or other clearances that may be legally mandated or authorized.
This position is responsible for planning and implementation of ILCC youth camps, leadership conferences, Alabama Department of Human Resources (DHR) Independent Living Program (ILP) staff Networking Conference, DREAM Council Meetings, Celebration of Scholars, participation at a national conference for IL Youth, assisting State and County DHR offices in maintaining the National Youth in Transition Database (NYTD), promoting the Fostering Hope Scholarship Program, Alabama Education and Training Vouchers (AETV), Foster Youth to Independence Initiative (FYI), and other events and communications related to the CAS ILCC contract with DHR. Requires travel with occasional overnight.
Master’s Degree in Social Work or Counseling, licensure as applicable to degree. Three years in human services work, independent living experience preferred. Experience in special events planning and public relations preferred. Good organization, event coordination, communication and problem solving skills. Computer proficient in use of Outlook, Word, Excel. Ability to respond calmly and non-judgmentally to others, including persons in crisis. Ability and willingness to work occasional weekends and non-traditional hours. Ability to work as a team leader and team player, encouraging a positive atmosphere for a teamwork approach in event planning. Ability to demonstrate cultural and socioeconomic proficiency. Competent in trauma informed care. Must have reliable automobile, valid AL driver’s license and auto insurance, clearance with the Alabama Central Registry on Child Abuse and Neglect, and/or other clearances that may be legally mandated or authorized.
VOLUNTEER or UNPAID INTERNSHIP
Children’s Aid Society of Alabama (CAS) seeks to pair interested individuals with appropriate volunteer and/or unpaid internship opportunities. Our mission is, “Changing Lives, Building Families, Strengthening Communities.” CAS programs serve children, youth and families through a variety of initiatives you may preview throughout this website. If you are interested in volunteering or interning at CAS, please download and submit the application by email or fax. Thank you for your interest!