• Bilingual Family Therapist

    Posted: 09/15/2020

    Bilingual Family Therapist

    • Type:Full Time
    • Salary/Pay Rate: $42,500-$52,500 DOE
    • Posted Date: 9/1/2020
    Hanover Township Youth and Family Services is seeking to hire a full-time Bilingual (Spanish-speaking) Family Therapist that will assist with meeting the mission of Youth and Family Services by providing direct intervention to families. This position works to strengthen families, promote positive youth development using resiliency-based methods. Our goal is to improve interpersonal relationships by utilizing best practices for clinical family therapy. This position is responsible for maintaining a caseload and collaborating with Youth and Family Services Outreach and Prevention staff and community providers to assess the clinical needs of Township residents. This is a grant funded position. 
    The ideal candidate should possess additional training and/or experience in family therapy and the ability to provide effective treatment utilizing a collaborative spirit, capacity to utilize support in the face of uncertainty and risk, willingness to embrace multiple forms of intervention within a coherent framework and model, and comfort with transparency linked with professional challenges and the mission of Youth and Family Services.  
    We are seeking candidates who possess a passion for the work, are adaptable and possess a strong work ethic. A Master’s degree in Social Work, Counseling, Psychology or a related field and experience in providing family therapy is required. Bilingual in Spanish and English is required. LCSW/LCPC is preferred. This is a 40-hour work week position: requires working two evenings until 9PM, four-day work week option. Starting salary $42,500.  
    Please submit cover letter and resume to Nora Gonzalez ngonzalez@hanover-township.org or call to request more information at (630) 483-5799. A copy of the complete job description can be found here. EOE.

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