- Lancaster, PA
What you'll be doing
- Assessment gather and understand current and past social, medical, educational, psychological, and work histories. Use diagnostic tools to provide comprehensive information for a service plan. Assess risk factors related to safety and well being of all family members. Provide clinical direction that meet the needs of the youth and family treatment plan/ISP development. Deliver services outlined in service plan/ISP Monitor and record client/family progress Provide advocacy for family to outside agencies. Evaluate and reform goals and objectives as necessary. Conduct office interviews and make home visits. Assess needs of client and develop treatment plans. Perform other duties as assigned by management if required.
What your background should be
- At least one year of supervised experience with children and families. Must have strong communication skills. Ability in basic computer skills. Multi tasking ability must. Advanced knowledge in Microsoft suits Word, Excel, PowerPoint.
Required Schooling / Training
- Bachelor degree in human services.
Who is the client company
- A private nonprofit agency in Pennsylvania dedicated to promoting and supporting the emotional and behavioral health and self-reliance of families and adults.
- If you are interested in this position, send your resume to email@example.com