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The Vashti Center

Clinical Director

CATEGORY: Behavioral and Mental Health Services

 

The Vashti Center is seeking a full time Clinical Director for its Clinic and Community Services Department. This position requires a Master’s Degree in a Social Service Field and licensure in the State of Georgia, as an LMFT, LPC, or LCSW. Must have experience with supervision and management of staff. Previous experience with Electronic Health Records is a must and at least 5 years of clinical experience in child/adolescent treatment is preferred.

 

Job Duties and Responsibilities:
• Provides clinical review and management of individual services
• Ensures program adherence to fidelity model programs (e.g. ACT, SE, High Fidelity Wrap, etc.)
• Develops and maintains programmatic budget
• Provides regular training and evaluation of staff members
• Participates in the development, implementation and ongoing assessment of programs
• Completes billing for services provided

 

CONTACT:

Lauren McElreath

229.226.4634

laurenm@vashti.org

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THE Treehouse Children's

Advocacy Center

Client Advocate

CATEGORY: Child Services

 

The Client Advocate is responsible for providing advocacy services to child victims and their families when sexual abuse and/or serious physical abuse, neglect, or witnessing of a violent crime has been alleged to the children and families being served by The Children’s Advocacy Center of Thomas County, Inc. The person in this position will be involved in coordinating intervention services that have been recommended by the MDT members, identifying any barriers that may prevent the family from receiving services, and advocating for immediate service implementation. The Child and Family Advocate will be present when children and families are at the center and will serve to support and answer questions about the investigative process, court process, and treatment options. The Client Advocate will monitor and maintain the case logistics and assist with tracking of all cases at the CAC.

 

Knowledge, skill, and abilities for this position include but are not limited to the following:
• Ability to work as team player with CAC staff members;
• Ability to work in a professional manner with members of many other agencies;
• Beginning (basic) knowledge of the dynamics of families where abuse and/or neglect is occurring;
• Knowledge of the stages of child development;
• Knowledge of community resources;
• Skills in providing crisis intervention services to families;
• Ability to analyze and evaluate the outcomes related to the provision related to families who accept advocacy services as compared to family’s who may not;
• Must have good oral and written communication skills;

 

Must have, at minimum, a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling, Education, Criminal Justice or other related field. Professional experience working with children and families where abuse and violence are identified issues or experience in working with the criminal justice or child welfare system is preferred. Specialized and
on-going training will be provided.

 

CONTACT:

JAckla LAwson

229.977.1639

jackla.treehouse@gmail.com

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THE TREEHOUSE CHILDREN'S

ADVOCACY CENTER

CLIENT ADVOCATE

CATEGORY: CHILD SERVICES

 

The Service Coordinator is a position with responsibility for performing daily operations of the CAC, working with outside agencies for service coordination, as well as working directly with primary and secondary victims of child abuse and sexual assault. 

 

Knowledge, skill, and abilities for this position include but are not limited to the following:
• Ability to work as team player with CAC staff members;
• Ability to work in a professional manner with members of many other agencies;
• Knowledge of the dynamics of families where abuse and/or neglect is occurring;
• Knowledge of the stages of child development;
• Knowledge of community resources;
• Skills in providing crisis intervention services to families;
• Must have good oral and written communication skills;
• Must have good computer skills and ability to maintain current case documentation in agency’s database;

 

Must have, at minimum, a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling, Education, Criminal Justice or other related field. Training in a nationally-recognized model of forensic interviewing is desired. Professional experience working with children and families where abuse and violence are identified issues or experience in working with the criminal justice or child welfare system is preferred. Specialized and on-going training will be provided.

 

The Service Coordinator will provide forensic interviews of alleged victims of abuse and witnesses to violent crime including children, adolescents, and adults with developmental disabilities. This includes case review, peer review and court testimony, when necessary. This position will require an after-hours call rotation.

 

CONTACT:

JACKLA LAWSON

229.977.1639

JACKLA.TREEHOUSE@GMAIL.COM

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Thomasville Center for the Arts

Finance & Administrative Specialist

CATEGORY: Non-Profit

 

Thomasville Center for the Arts seeks an experienced, detail-oriented and highly organized Finance & Administrative Specialist with excellent problem-solving skills and the ability to multi-task in a high paced arts environment. This position is a member of the Operations Team and primarily responsible for managing the day-to-day financials and administrative tasks for the organization. Finance experience and working knowledge of accounting systems required.

 

Please click here for a more detailed description and to apply. 

 

CONTACT:

Rainey Campbell

229.226.0588 or 229.379.7667 (cell)

rcampbell@thomasvillearts.org

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THOMASVILLE CENTER FOR THE ARTS

Marketing Manager

CATEGORY: NON-PROFIT

 

Thomasville Center for the Arts seeks a full-time Marketing Manager to oversee design, production, content management, social media, and public relations efforts. The Marketing Manager serves as a part of the Advancement Team and works closely with freelance graphic designers, photographers and the media. Bachelors degree and 3+ years experience. Please apply online with tailored cover letter and resume.

 

Please click here for a more detailed description and to apply. 

 

CONTACT:

Jenny Dell

229.226.0588 

jdell@thomasvillearts.org

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THOMASVILLE CENTER FOR THE ARTS

Development Manager

CATEGORY: NON-PROFIT

 

Thomasville Center for the Arts seeks a full-time Development Manager to oversee corporate event underwriters, THOM partners, and program sponsors. This sales-minded individual serves as a part of the Advancement Team to develop and nurture community partnerships which lead to philanthropic success for the organization. Bachelors degree and 3+ years experience. Please apply online with tailored cover letter and resume.

 

Please click here for a more detailed description and to apply. 

 

CONTACT:

JENNY DELL

229.226.0588 

JDELL@THOMASVILLEARTS.ORG

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An Open Door Adoption Agency

Domestic Adoption Program Coordinator

CATEGORY: Adoption Agency

 

Christian adoption agency seeks a Domestic Adoption Program Coordinator in the Thomasville, GA home office to supervise approximately 15 Domestic Adoption Counselors statewide. This very rewarding position oversees counselors who provide services to birth mothers placing their children for adoption and work with adoptive parents to provide home studies, post placement reports and adoption consulting. The Coordinator will also be responsible for recruiting and training counselors. Applicant must be a local resident in the Thomasville area. The position is full-time with benefits.

 

Master of Social Work (MSW) or related social work Master’s Degree required with a minimum of seven year’s experience in the Human Services field. Applicant must have supervisory experience, be a self-starter, resourceful and diplomatic and available for emergency counseling outside of regular office hours. Applicant must be proficient in Word, Excel, Power Point and database and internet usage. Adoption experience, either personal or professional, preferred.

 

CONTACT:

Walter Gilbert

229.228.6339

ashton@opendooradoption.org

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