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Children’s Aid and Family Services has the following job openings as of January 10, 2022
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APPLICATION

POSITIONS AVAILABLE

President and CEO (1/FT): The President & CEO reports to and works closely with the CAFS Board of Trustees and oversees a staff of approximately 350. He/she/they will provide executive leadership to the Trustees and staff consistent with the mission and objectives of the agency. The President & CEO will develop policy and strategic direction with the Board and ensure the implementation of those policies. He/she/they will also provide oversight for the management and administration of CAFS and is the chief representative of the agency to the various constituencies it serves. The President & CEO will serve as chief fundraiser for the agency, with particular emphasis on individual major gifts. A major objective going forward is to increase contributed revenue in order to maintain standards of excellence, expand programs, and ensure the agency’s continued financial stability and growth.

IDEAL CANDIDATE QUALIFICATIONS:

  • An advanced degree in social work, business, not-for-profit management or related field, or equivalent leadership experience in a relevant not-for-profit setting;
  • Extensive track record of effective senior leadership in a not-for-profit human services organization or equivalent government experience;
  • Specific experience working in the Intellectual and Developmental Disability field;
  • Experience nurturing and maintaining a strong philanthropic culture;
  • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and effectively with a volunteer board of trustees;
  • A strategic thinker capable of forecasting short- and long-term objectives;
  • A connector and networker;
  • Significant and successful experience securing private philanthropic support;
  • Strong business and financial management skills;
  • Current with trends facing human service providers in New Jersey, in the region, and nationally;
  • Commitment to best practices, continuous quality improvement, and outcomes measurement;
  • Politically savvy;
  • Experience with marketing/branding/positioning;
  • Polished communication skills;
  • Well-honed relationship-building skills;
  • Strong negotiating ability; a problem solver;
  • Warm, approachable demeanor;
  • Commitment to treating staff, clients, and families with compassion, dignity and respect;
  • A team builder and motivator;
  • A track record of recruiting and fostering a diverse team with a focus on equity and inclusion; and
  • Ability and willingness to attend community events (including some evenings and weekends) and to serve as a visible member of and spokesperson for the community served by CAFS.

Vice President, Finance (1/FT): The Vice President of Finance provides leadership, direction, and oversight for Finance and Purchasing. The Vice President will provide the CEO and the Board of Trustees with accurate reporting related to the agency’s financial affairs. He/she/they will help ensure a prosperous future for an agency with a rich tradition of success, high-quality programs and services, and a track record of growth and expansion. Reporting to the Vice President is a team that includes the Controller; Director, Purchasing; and an Administrative Assistant. Responsibilities include: Providing timely and accurate analysis of budgets, actual financial results, and financial trends to assist the CEO in decision making, provide financial guidance and strategic direction on organizational matters, i.e., mergers, acquisitions, expansions, reorganizations, downsizings, or eliminations, work collaboratively with senior executives responsible for program divisions and fundraising, liaise with federal, state, and county contract personnel to provide accurate data regarding the performance of agency contracts, ensure prudent management of agency resources including cash, risk management, banking relationships, property management, and research of funding sources for operations and capital expansion, serve as an integral part of the Investment and Finance Committees, attend Board meetings and provide accurate financial reporting to the CEO and Trustees, oversee the timely reporting of all regulatory matters and ancillary reports, including tax returns, pension, health and welfare plan reporting, Medicaid, and charitable registration statements, participate in Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) functions including but not limited to sitting on and/or chairing CQI committees and other relevant duties at the direction of the President and CEO.

 

IDEAL CANDIDATE QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Undergraduate degree in accounting from an accredited college or university; master’s degree and/or CPA designation preferred;
  • Demonstrated financial expertise and strategic planning skills.
  • Minimum of fifteen (15) years of related experience and/or training and a minimum of ten (10) years senior management and supervisory experience.
  • Prior senior experience working in a not-for-profit environment, and prior experience working with various departments and divisions in the State of New Jersey is strongly preferred.
  • Current knowledge and experience with Microsoft financial and accounting applications.
  • Excellent communication and organizational skills; the ability to manage relationships with diverse audiences and interface easily with staff, other senior management personnel, and funding sources.
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks and set priorities.
  • An understanding of the complex mix of grants and contracts and public agencies that support CAFS.
  • Up to date on changes in Medicaid reimbursement and value-based payment systems in the field.
  • Demonstrated track record of managing, mentoring, motivating, and supervising staff.
  • A commitment to fostering a culturally and ethnically diverse staff; committed to the principles and actions of best practice DEI (diversity, equity, and inclusion) work.
  • Specific record of success working with an engaged board of trustees.
  • Problem solving ability in day-to-day work as well as in unexpected circumstances (such as COVID-19 and other unforeseen situations that may affect clients, staff, and the larger CAFS community).
  • Development Assistant (1/FT): To support the fundraising and communications functions of the development department. Responsibilities include: maintaining accurate electronic and paper files, maintaining schedules, arranging meetings, preparation of materials, room layout, etc., administrative duties, data entry, preparing mailings, taking photos, maintain video library and media clip books. Will assist with the production of communication materials and special events material as requested, coordinates and tracks communication material being produced by the department to ensure project deadlines are met, will work with the department staff on back to school and holiday drives and responds to telephone and written inquires.  Requires: Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in communications, with related experience, expert computer knowledge –Microsoft Applications, experience with Raiser’s Edge, Access, Photoshop and Quark Express, and advantage, excellent organization, interpersonal and communication skills.  Must be detail oriented and a motivated self-starter able to multi-task and work effectively with minimal supervision.  Hourly rate: $21 – $23 per hour depending on credentials and experience.
  • Accounts Payable Coordinator – Finance (1/FT): To review invoices and submit payments to agency accounts and maintain records of bills paid. Responsibilities include: reviewing mail daily, sending invoices for approval/payment, ensuring accurate data entry, processing petty cash, expense reports and other check requests. Creates and maintains vendor files and spreadsheets, creates and posts batches to Great Plains, reconciles trail balance reports to the General Ledger, voids/reissues checks as needed and enters general journal entries to reclassify miscoding’s on invoices. Serves as back up to the Purchasing Coordinator and backup to mail retrieval and delivery. Requires: Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Business with a concentration in Accounting preferred, a minimum of 2 years’ experience, including work with state contracts, must be versed in financial reports and experience with audits preferred, good organization and communication skills – oral and written. Must be a good team player, ready to help wherever needed in the finance area.  Hourly Rate:  $21 – $21.97
  • Senior Accountant – Finance (1/FT): To handle a variety of responsibilities within the Finance department, including Federal, New Jersey State and County grant reporting, primarily for programs operated by The Center for Alcohol and Drug Resources (“TCADR”) and children’s services. Ensure contract requirements are well understood, properly documented, projected and grant monies spent. This role requires the ability to analyze budgets, create reports and analysis while forecasting the grant “spend” and communicating with the program directors. The employee should be detail-oriented with ability to meet deadlines, both prescribed and self-imposed. Requires: Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, with relevant experience in the not-for-profit sector, grants experience required, experience with NJ State on-line grant reporting software strongly desired (“CIMS” Contract Information Management System software), Knowledge of Microsoft Great Plains a plus, remain current with new practices and developments in professional accounting, especially as they relate to the non-profit sector and strong computer skills required; advanced Excel skills desired.  Salary commensurate with credentials and experience.
  • Director, Information Technology (1/FT): The Director of Information technology oversees the overall daily operations of the Information Technology department. Provides strategic direction and oversight in the areas of cloud computing infrastructure, information systems and data security, technology procurement and provisioning, vendor management, and Help Desk Services for staff and our agents.  Requirements: 10 plus years of experience in IT with 5 plus years in leadership roles preferred, experience establishing and managing technical and support teams, familiar leading a multi-site infrastructure, data storage solutions, large data environments and security, experience with SOX/PCI audits and HIPPA compliance, desire to work in a fast-paced growing agency, bachelors’ degree in computer science, information technology, engineering, or related field; experience in the development and delivery of large-scale systems in a multisite environment, experience in designing and implementing computing infrastructure and IT operations, knowledge of and sensitivity to cultural diversity issues. Salary commensurate with credentials and qualifications. Interested applicants must a cover letter with salary requirements.
  • Assistant Director – Human Resources (1/FT): To coordinate and manage the day-to-day operations of Human Resource Department, which includes but is not limited to the provision of human resources services, staffing, benefits, salaries, policies, practices and employee relations as directed by the Administrator. Requires: Minimum of a Bachelors level, with a minimum of 5 years’ experience in the area of human resources management/administration, strong understanding of State labor laws and regulations, general knowledge of HR principles and concepts, proven organizational and communication skills; including strong writing ability as well as verbal acuity, strong phone, email and in-person communication skills, good judgment and decision-making skills, ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality, strong computer skills, including Microsoft Word, Excel, database systems and the Internet, knowledge of databases and reporting software preferred, ability to work effectively as a member of a team and, knowledge of and respect for issues involving cultural diversity and its impact on staff and clients. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.
  • Licensed Occupational Therapist – Community Supports (1/PT): To increase independence and strength across all settings through occupation therapy for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Responsibilities include: Provides habilitative or rehabilitative therapy in an individual or group setting, conducts physical and psychological assessments of clients and developing or following a treatment plan, assesses home and work environments of clients and deciding what adjustments are needed, advises on adaptive equipment to help clients with daily activities, develops physical rehabilitation programs to help clients regain lost skills, provides habilitation and strengthen current skills, educates caregivers and family members of clients on patient care, evaluates results and progress of occupational therapy on clients, maintains professional knowledge and the technical progress in order to provide clients with the best treatment program available, complies with federal, state, and local certification requirements, and evaluates patient condition regarding physical and basic mental health.  Requires: A Master’s degree in occupational therapy from a university certified by the ACOTE (Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education) or AOTA (American -Occupational Therapy Association), certified by the National Board for Certification, compliant with state regulatory requirements under the N.J.A.C. 13:344K, possess up-to-date knowledge of treatment practices and physical therapy programs, excellent interpersonal communication skills, ability to take care of clients with different personalities, comfortable using a computer for various tasks, valid driver’s license in the state of NJ and good driving history, good writing and communication skills, and the ability to effectively work with people of diverse cultural racial and socioeconomic backgrounds.  Part Time 12 – 20 hours per week. Hourly Rate: $30 – $35 based on experience and credentials.
  • Licensed Physical Therapist – Community Supports (1/PT): To increase independence and strength across all settings through speech therapy for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Responsibilities include: Provides habilitative or rehabilitative therapy in an individual or group setting, performs client assessments, developing individual treatment plans, liaising with family members, and other healthcare professionals, consults with clients to learn about their physical condition, assesses and interprets client evaluations and test results, develops treatment plans using a variety of treatment techniques, creates personalized fitness-oriented health care programs for clients, administers medically prescribed physical therapy treatments to relieve pain and improve mobility, advises clients on exercise techniques, advises clients and their families about in-home treatment options, provides educational information about injury prevention, ergonomics and ways to promote physical health, consults and collaborating with other healthcare professionals, documents client care history and complies with rules, regulations, and procedures.  Requires: A master’s degree in physical therapy from an accredited educational institution, passed the National Physical Therapist Examination (NPTE), completion of an American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)-accredited residency program, compliant with state regulatory requirements under the N.J.A.C 13:39A; a valid license to practice physical therapy, possess up-to-date knowledge of treatment practices, ability to solve problems independently, excellent analytical and logical thinking, ability to manage clients with different personalities , ability to write reports and correspondence at a professional level, ability to use a computer and software proficiently, drive to continually learn new treatment techniques, valid driver’s license in the state of NJ and good driving history, good writing and communication skills and the ability to effectively work with people of diverse cultural racial and socioeconomic backgrounds.  Part Time: 12 – 20 hours per week. Hourly Rate: $30 – $35 based on experience and credentials.
  • Licensed Speech Pathologist – Community Supports (1/PT): To increase and strengthen methods of communication through various speech therapy modalities for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Responsibilities include: Provides habilitative or rehabilitative therapy in an individual or group setting, performs client assessments, develops individual treatment plans, liaises with teachers, family members, and other healthcare professionals, administers therapy and monitoring progress, ensures clients and their families are informed of new treatments and therapy techniques; assesses, diagnoses, screens, and prevents language, speech, and swallowing disorders, communicates with the client, and liaises with their family members, physicians, and teachers to design effective treatment plans, uses tried and tested therapies in combination with new, innovative techniques to provide the best care, educates clients and their families on speech disorders and available therapies, takes and maintains detailed notes on client history and progress, evaluates client progress and implementing changes to therapy programs as required. Requires: Master’s degree in speech therapy or speech-language pathology, accredited by either the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association or the Accreditation Council for Audiology Education of the American Academy of Audiology, relevant license and certification, sound understanding of speech-related disorders and treatments, compliant with state regulatory requirements under the N.J.A.C 13:39A, a valid license to practice speech-language pathology, possess up-to-date knowledge of treatment practices, ability to solve problems independently, excellent analytical and logical thinking, ability to manage clients with different personalities, ability to write reports and correspondence at a professional level, ability to use a computer and software proficiently, drive to continually learn new treatment techniques, valid driver’s license in the state of NJ and good driving history, good writing and communication skills and the ability to effectively work with people of diverse cultural racial and socioeconomic backgrounds. Part Time: 12 – 20 hours per week. Hourly Rate: $30 – $40 based on experience and credentials.
  • Support Coach – STRIVE (FT positions): To support adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in maintaining their independence and empowering them to become integrated members of their communities. Responsibilities include but are not limited to implementing behavior plans, providing an appropriate level of supervision, one-to-one personal care as needed, accompanying/transporting clients to appointments and into the community for recreational activities, teaching and reinforcing independent living skills, administering medication and working as a critical part of an interdisciplinary team. This position is Monday – Friday, 40hrs a week, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. Requires: Minimum of a High School diploma with prior experience working the developmentally disabled and/or behaviorally challenged individuals, preferred: Bachelor’s degree with relevant experience, valid state driver’s license and good driving history, good writing and communication skills, computer literacy, ability to effectively work with people of diverse cultural backgrounds and races, ability to effectively work as a team member and implement positive behavioral supports. Hourly Rate: $15 -$18 per hour depending on credentials and experience.
  • Behavior Technician [BT] or Registered Behavior Technician [RBT] (Per Diem Positions): To provide Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) services for children with autism, under the guidance of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. Provides in-home and community-based Applied Behavioral Analysis to children (ages 3-21) diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, each youth would receive between 8-20 hours per week, responsible for tracking and maintaining data collection of session activities and programs developed by supervising BCBA, implement the Behavior Support Plan developed by the BCBA, responsible for the implementation of behavioral procedures for acquisition of replacement skills and reduction of problematic behaviors, documents weekly progress notes; and maintains communication with the youth’s care manager and/or other professionals. Requires: Minimum of a high school diploma, bachelor’s degree preferred, relevant experience working with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder, valid driver’s license and good driving history, this role requires a person who is experienced, comfortable and patient with children and families where behavioral health or developmental disabilities with a variety of mental health challenges, good writing and communication skills, must successfully complete and demonstrate proficiency in all areas of required training. Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) requires the completion of such credential.  Hourly rate: BT (HS) level $22, BT (BA Level) $28; RBT: $30
  • Maintenance Worker (1/FT): To assist the Facilities department in the repair and maintenance of agency owned and rented properties. Performs repair work, including but not limited to basic carpentry, painting, dry wall/plaster repair, minor plumbing, and window repair and lawn maintenance, examines the requirements of each job and work order to ensure understanding of the scope each project, picks up/verifies and delivers to job site all non-special order materials, maintains a neat and safe work-site and protects property, removes debris from job-site and coordinates for trash pick-up from job-site when needed, performs daily check-in with Director of Facilities to report job progress, schedule, status and any necessary changes to the scope of the project, conducts monthly walkthroughs, documenting the condition of each property, must be available by phone throughout working hours to discuss facility related issues. Requires: High school diploma preferred, must be able to operate all basic carpentry and hand-powered tools, must be able to meet the physical demands of the position, which includes: the ability to lift and carry up to 55 lbs., occasionally up to 100 lbs. of products and materials, crawl, bend, stoop, lift and carry ladders, must use own vehicle, valid driver’s license and good driving history.  Hourly rate: $21.98 – $23 per hour.
  • In-Home Respite Worker (Per Diem): To provide temporary relief to families who are caring for a youth with developmental disabilities in the caregiver’s home. To provide support for families that need a break from the daily challenges while using a creative approach to enhance a youth’s well-being. Must engage the individual in recreational activities that support his/her constructive interests and abilities, support the individuals communication needs, choices and preferences, with the use of inclusive strategies, provide personal care to the individual as needed (may include but is not limited to lifting, transferring, toileting, feeding, bathing, and dressing). Will document the daily behavior of the individual, special incidents, accidents and any other information that pertains to the care of the individual.  Requires: High school diploma, prior experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities or challenging behaviors, ability to complete pre-hire online training, background checks and provide medical clearance.  Hourly rate $18 per hour
  • Residential Manager (FT): To establish a therapeutic milieu and deliver effective services through positive role-modeling and professionalism. The residential manager is responsible for the day-to-day functioning, supervision and management of the home.  Responsibilities include ensuring the home has 24-hour coverage and supervision that is in line with ratio requirements, providing coverage to the home as needed, staff training and supervision, inter-facing with family/team members – internal and external stakeholders, completing reports, logs and ensuring all documentation is submitted in a timely basis.  Requires: Minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent with three years’ experience working with children who are behaviorally challenging, BA degree in Social Services or related field preferred, experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities and previous supervisory experience, strong problem solving and organization skills, excellent verbal and written communication skills, and valid NJ driver’s license/good driving history. Computer literacy required – Microsoft Applications: MS. Word, Outlook required. Salary: Low $50,000’s based on size of group home/level of service, experience and credentials.
  • Behavior Specialist (1/PT positions): Teach staff to implement the behavior plans and strategies that are developed by the supervisor that support the needs of intellectual/developmentally disabled (I/DD) children and adults in the agency’s care. Specifically, review plans with staff, implement house goals such as activity charts for staff to follow, report the progress of the staff and clients to the supervisor at review meetings. Requires: Master’s level professional with appropriate experience, willing to consider bachelor’s level professional with a minimum of a two years’ experience providing services to children and adults with I/DD and utilizing ABA methodology. Must have a valid driver’s license and own vehicle for self-transportation to and from worksites.  Flexibility to work evenings and/or weekends as needed.  12- 18 hours per week, hourly rate $25 per hour. Position available in  Bogota, NJ
  • Individual Support Specialist- Tech 2 provider (multiple positions/PT): The Individual Support Specialist implements the Individual Support Plan as developed by the supervisor. This staff member supervises individuals with developmental disabilities to ensure safety and provides personal care to the individual while in the home or community as needed. Specialist will teach the individuals skills such as toileting, bathing, brushing teeth, meal prepping, washing hands, social skill building, effective communication skills, etc. This is a part time position with varied hours. All specialists are responsible for coordinating their schedules with the families. These positions that serves both Bergen and Passaic counties. Requires: Minimum of a bachelor’s degree (Master’s Degree preferred), prior experience (minimum 3 years) working with individuals with developmental disabilities and/or challenging behaviors, valid driver’s license and good driving history. Must be willing and able to use of own vehicle for the transportation of clients as needed – mileage reimbursement offered. Hourly Rate: $28 per hour
  • Direct Support Professional – (FT, PT & Per Diem):To support individuals in maintaining their independence and empowering them to become integrated members of their communities. To establish a therapeutic milieu and deliver effective treatment services through positive behavioral supports and professionalism. Responsible for the care and supervisor of 4-6 individuals living in a community residence. Requires: Minimum of a high school diploma, two years working with individuals with developmental disabilities, good communication skills, and a valid driver’s license/good driving history. Preferred: Bachelor’s degree, experience working with the developmentally disabled. FT Shifts: 3pm – 11pm, $16.50 per hour, 11pm – 9am, $15.50 per hour and exclusively Sat & Sun 9am – 3pm – $18 per hour. All shifts available at a variety of locations.  Priority hiring for our Awake Overnight positions in our West Milford and Ringwood, New Jersey locations.
  • Psychiatric Advance Practice Nurse – Treatment Homes (1/PT): To provide psychiatric services, consultation and act as liaison to agency treatment home staff and parents regarding psychiatric issues. Responsibilities include: providing clinical assessment and diagnostic interviews and reports, prescribes psychoactive medications and monthly follow up, prescribes diagnostic tests as needed, provides staff, parents and families with consultation around medication and other clinical concerns. Consults with DCPP medical staff regarding prescription dosages and/or changes in medication, maintains proper documentation for sessions and completes evaluations/assessments. Ability to provide 24/7 hour availability for emergency and crisis consultation.  Requires: Master’s degree from an accredited program, valid New Jersey RN, clinical specialist with prescriptive authority, current DEA and CDS license to prescribe, two (2) years pediatric experience, excellent communication skills – oral and written, experience working with children bon drug addicted and knowledge of the DCPP foster care system a plus, computer skills essential. Provide cover letter with compensation requirements. Part Time: 7 – 10 hours per week
  • EPIC Youth Group Advisor – Coalition & Community Services (1/Per Diem): To advise the members of the EPIC youth Group and subgroup of the Garfield Prevention Coalition in all meetings, activities and events. Assist the coalition with coordination in planning and implementing events in Garfield and perform other duties as needed.  Requires: a high school diploma, familiarity with alcohol, tobacco and other drug prevention programs, computer literacy – Microsoft Applications, strong organization and communication skills – oral and written. Hourly rate: $13 per hour.
  • Resource Specialist – Coalition & Community Services (1/FT): To respond and connect consumers to community resources and identify opportunities to increase visibility for the Prevention Hub with community partners and market its availability to the public utilizing social media platforms and coordinating community awareness events. Requires: Associates degree in the area of psychology or other human services, Bachelor’s level and bi-lingual/Spanish preferred, computer literacy – Microsoft Applications, strong organizational and communication skills – oral and written, knowledge and sensitivity to cultural diversity issues and the ability to work with individuals from various socio-economic backgrounds. Position requires flexibility in schedule to work some evenings and weekends as needed and use own vehicle for self-transportation (mileage reimbursement).  Hourly rate: $19.23 – $21.97 (annualized to $35,000 – $40,000 per year).
  • Recovery Specialist (Full Time and Per Diem): To engage individuals who have been reversed from an opioid overdose and provide non-clinical assistance and recovery supports while maintaining follow-up with these individuals. Requires: Minimum of a high school diploma and three (3) years of sobriety and experience in the principles of recovery that assist individuals to improve their health and wellness; preferred: Associate’s degree, must have the availability to work a 12-hour shift from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. or from 7:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m., valid driver’s license and uses of own vehicle for self-transportation. FT/Recovery Specialist, STAR program – Salary: $42,000 and Per Diem rates: $15 per hour – Training, $75 – on-call and $125 for deployments to hospitals (divided into 2 payments of $62.50, based on the submission of documentation).
  • Baby-Sitters – School & Families Programs: (Multiple positions/per-diem):To provide childcare and supervision to children whose parents are participating in agency workshop and training sessions. Requires: Minimum of 18 years of age, prior baby-sitting experience, patience and ability to physically care for children, which may require sitting and standing for long periods of time, squatting, kneeling, etc. Each cycle of parent workshops/trainings may be 7 to 14 sessions long. Schedules include: Mondays – Thursdays 5p.m. to 8pm – Bergen County: Englewood, Garfield, Lodi, Hackensack, Fair Lawn and Lyndhurst. Passaic County: Paterson 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Hourly rate: $12 per hour
  • Clinician, Treatment Homes (1/FT): To provide therapeutic services to children and adolescents. Responsibilities include: providing weekly psychotherapy, conducting assessments, screenings and completing documentation. Works in collaboration with the internal and external partners to development treatment goals and plan for permanency goals for each client, provides monthly family sessions, and coordinates initial/quarterly clinics. Is responsible for monitoring SAR’s, and CYBER authorizations to ensure timely payments and enters and updates information into the electronic health records system. Provides on-call coverage after hour’s in-person or on phone for crisis intervention.  Requires: Master’s level professional with appropriate licensure (LSW/LAC or LCSW/LPC), minimum of two (2) years’ experience providing psychotherapy to children and families preferred, Strong clinical skills including a working knowledge of the DSM-5, knowledge of the New Jersey System of Care, excellent organization skills, valid driver’s license/good driving history and computer literacy – Microsoft Applications.  Bi-lingual Spanish preferred. Salary commensurate with credentials: up to Mid $70,000s
  • Therapist, Positive Connections (Per Diem): To work with children, families and adults to provide intensive in-community counseling and outpatient counseling services. Requires: LCSW, LPC or LMFT.  Experience in any of the following areas strongly preferred: adoption, kinship care, substance abuse, the LGBTQ+ community and individuals with developmental disabilities.  Will consider well qualified LAC and LSW applicants.  Offering competitive rates

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E-Mail: resumes@cafsnj.org
Fax: 201-634-3672

Mail: Children’s Aid Family Services
Attn: Human Resources
200 Robin Road Paramus, NJ 07652

Equal Opportunity Employer:
Children’s Aid and Family Services values a diversified workforce and follows all relevant federal and state laws and requirements. Employees at this agency are selected under procedures which provide equal opportunity to all people regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, or national origin. Our primary goal is to assure that the agency’s staff are able to successfully fulfill the responsibilities of the position assigned. In doing so, we embrace a full commitment to affirmative action in the recruitment, selection, placement, training and promotion of minorities. This effort recognizes the fact that our client base is also diverse. An equal employment opportunity is afforded to qualified individuals with disabilities who, with reasonable accommodation, can perform the functions of their position. Staff will also be promoted and/or transferred in adherence with these values.

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