Licensed Clinical Social Worker Family Service Coordinator
Roberta’s House is currently seeking a Licensed Clinical Social Worker Family Service Manager to coordinate, plan, organize and provide comprehensive services and family support for the Grief Support Services of Roberta’s House. The Family Service Manager must have knowledge of culturally diverse populations and their needs; knowledge of community resources; ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing; knowledge of working with children and families experiencing trauma and knowledge of social work theories, therapies and techniques. The Licensed Clinical Social Worker Family Service Manager stays abreast of Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders Fifth Edition DSM-5.
About Roberta’s House
Roberta’s House, Inc. is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization in Baltimore City, Maryland that provides a safe place to address the unresolved grief of children, youth, adults, and their families who experience the death of relatives and friends. Roberta’s House offers a number of distinct programs related to loss, death, and grief.
The majority of the children and families served are African Americans who reside in low-income high-crime communities. Roberta’s House teaches healthy coping skills that result in the reduction of depression, academic struggles and/or self-destructive behaviors, including: suicide, substance abuse, promiscuities, revengeful behavior, and gang involvement. The project boundaries served include the entire city limits and surrounding counties.
- Complete initial intake and assessment of a family’s and/or an individual’s needs for enrolling in Roberta’s House services
- Diagnose and provide treatment to individuals with mental disorders and/or various behavioral, emotional disturbance
- Develop a strategic plan for the agency’s Mental Health Outpatient Center
- Provide crisis and trauma intervention services in culturally diverse urban and suburban communities
- Possess expert knowledge of human development theories
- Refer families and individuals to community resources and provide follow up to assure family connections with referral sources
- Maintain appropriate records of services performed, referrals made and any assistance given to assure appropriate analysis and evaluation of the program
- Prepare program reports and analysis for grantors
- Develop and promote partnerships with community stakeholders and participate in program needs assessment,
- Assist with training on grief and loss and facilitate peer support groups on grief and loss
- Plan and organize community special events and community activities and provide field instruction for interns
- Represent Roberta’s House at professional, governmental and community events/meetings
Preferably Master’s degree in Social Work, from an accredited educational institution; additional training in counseling techniques, crisis intervention, victimology, homicide or grieving issues a plus.
Three years minimal clinical experience working with children and families experiencing trauma in urban settings.
Licensed with one (1) year or less directly related experience ($47, 500 - $49,500)
Licensed with three (3) years minimal experience working with adults, children and families experiencing trauma in an urban/suburban setting ($50,000 - $55,000)
Valid driving license, private transportation and successful background check are conditions of employment. A supplemental investigation may be required upon the anniversary date of employment, or as the employer deems appropriate.
Full time position with flex hours and fringe benefits
Please submit a cover letter, resume, and 3 references via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
U.S. mail or electronic submission must be received by May 9, 2017, 5 PM
Fax documents to: 410-343-7928;
Mail resume and letter of interest to:
Attn: Executive Director
2510 St. Paul Street, 1st Floor
Baltimore, MD 21218
Roberta’s House is an equal opportunity employer without regard to race, national origin, sex, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other classification protected by law.