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Job Title: Intensive In Community (IIC) Therapist Contractors
Lifeties, Inc. is an approved Intensive In Community (IIC) provider through the New Jersey Children’s System of Care. We are currently seeking fee-for-service contractors (LCSW, LPC, LAC, LSW), who have experience working with children, adolescents, and families, to join our team. Priority will be given to therapists who specialize in working with LGBTQ+ youth, youth with concurrent chronic medical conditions, youth that are pregnant or parenting and youth with complex trauma.
● Provide in home counseling to youth and their families with the goal of symptom reduction, individual skill development and restoring or maintaining the youth and family functioning
● Provide an array of therapeutic interventions such as psycho-education, negotiation and conflict resolution skill training, effective coping skills development, healthy limit-setting, skills development, stress management, self-care, symptom management, problem solving skills, and skill building that enhances self-fulfillment.
● Collaborate with all involved system partners
● Complete and submit all necessary paperwork accurately and within required time frame including progress notes and treatment plans.
● An active NJ license is required (LCSW, LPC, LAC, LSW)
● Must pass criminal background check and child abuse background check.
● Must have reliable transportation and valid driver’s license.
● Must have a minimum of two years working with children/adolescents/families
● Must have excellent communication skills written and verbal
● Bilingual preferred
● $40-$60 an hour
HOW TO APPLY
SUBMIT RESUME AND COVER LETTER TO INFO@LIFETIES.ORG, Please put "IIC Therapist" in Subject Line
Job Title: Residential Support Professional
We have an immediate opening for a Residential Support Professional to provide support to youth living in a residential setting. PT Evening and Weekend Shifts Available. Ideal candidate essentials: critical thinking skills, residential experience, strong written and verbal communication skills, highly motivated.
Requirements: Must have a bachelors degree • At least 3-5 years experience working with youth ages 12-21 • Valid driver’s license and ability to pass a criminal background check.
The ideal candidate is flexible, dependable, and mature
MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED: Bachelors Level
HOW TO APPLY
SUBMIT RESUME AND COVER LETTER TO INFO@LIFETIES.ORG, Please put Residential Support Professional in Subject Line
MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED:
Job Title: Volunteer Coordinator
The Volunteer Coordinator is responsible for coordinating and implementing recruitment, retention and volunteer programs for the organization to ensure low turnover and availability of qualified applicants to meet our youths’ needs. Duties include coordinating all aspects of recruiting community individuals and corporations for volunteer projects, screening, tracking and training and monitoring volunteers; developing communication strategies to improve recruiting and retention effectiveness; performing special projects; preparing and submitting reports.
Volunteer Coordinator should have the following skills and experience:
A bachelor’s degree is required.
Experience in volunteer management, marketing, public relations, sales, communications or related field is preferred.
Exemplary organizational and time management skills,
Capability to work independently, develop strategies and build alliances to reach stated recruitment goals.
Strong written, oral communication and public speaking skills.
The ability to communicate with and empower volunteers to be effective in their roles.
The ability to work cooperatively with different type of personalities.
Strong computer skills are necessary.
Willing to work at least two evenings a month and occasional weekends for volunteer recruitment fairs or information sessions.
The Volunteer Coordinator is hired by the Executive Director and reports to the Executive Director.
Manage volunteer recruiting, screening and interviewing.
Conduct volunteer information sessions.
Develop, coordinate and implement marketing, recruitment, retention programs and strategies to ensure the availability of qualified volunteers.
Use marketing and public relations tools to publicize opportunities for volunteers.
Develop and maintain relationships with other volunteer organizations.
Use the Internet and social media to increase volunteer recruitment.
Host and attend recruiting events.
Coordinate recruitment needs with appropriate staff.
Analyze, respond to and solve recruitment issues.
Attend all available conference and workshops for the development of programs for volunteers.
Manage orientation of volunteers in conjunction with Mentor Coordinator, T.I.L.T. Director, and Group Home Director.
Attend monthly staff meetings.
Assist in volunteer appreciation events and all program events.
Offer constructive feedback to improvements and advancements for the LifeTies organization.
Some weekends and evenings required for volunteer fairs and information sessions.
Keep necessary records as described by our volunteer management procedures both on paper and in a database.
Employee Classification: Part-time (20 hours a week).
Please submit a cover letter and resume.
We are an EEO employer.
Job Type: Part-time
Mentor Coordinator: LifeTies, Inc. Mentoring Program is seeking to hire a full time Mentor Coordinator. The primary responsibilities include but not limited to the recruitment, screening, training and monitoring of mentors for youth ages, 12-18. The Mentor Coordinator will ensure the academic needs/achievement goals of population served are met through mentoring. Some evening and occasional weekends may be required.
Ideal candidate essentials: Motivated, self-starter, team player, flexible, organized, detailed and able to work well with many personalities.
• BA in social work, psychology, criminal justice, education or related field.
• Generate community awareness for the program utilizing multiple social media outlets.
• Experience in volunteer management and/or mentoring programs a plus.
• Experience working with youth who have experienced trauma a plus.
• Experience with juvenile justice system and/or working within school districts a plus
• Experience in marketing and community outreach a plus.
• Valid driver’s license and able to pass criminal background check.
• Develop and implement plans to expand the mentoring program for youth who have experienced chronic absenteeism or are involved with the juvenile justice system.
• Respond to individuals inquiring about the Mentoring volunteer opportunity.
• Conduct Informational Sessions for potential mentors.
• Conduct presentations in the community.
• Follow-up regarding interest and involvement of potential mentors.
• Identify, coordinate and participate in opportunities for outreach to include speaking engagements, community events, etc.
• Work with mentees, mentors and mentees’ families in providing access to resources in the community.
• Provide support for mentors in working with their mentees and families.
• Track all recruitment, screening, training and mentor activities in database.
• Track recruitment goals, efforts and achievements.
• Ensure accurate and timely entry of data.
• Provide quarterly reports on outcomes.
• Serve as Liaison between mentee and mentor.
• Assist in planning mentor in-service trainings.
• Attend service provider meetings as needed in the community.
• Work collaboratively with Mentor team and Volunteer Coordinator.
Please email your cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and put in the subject line “Mentor Coordinator.”
LifeTies, Inc. is a private, non-for-profit agency with the mission of nurturing wellness and self-sufficiency in vulnerable youth, young adults and their families. Currently, LifeTies has six programs including several Group Homes, Supportive Housing, Mentoring Program, Intensive In-Community Counseling Services and a Family Engagement Program for families with juvenile justice involved youth.
Job Title: Accounting and Office Assistant (Part-Time, 20-25 hours a week)
Reports to: Director of Finance
• Minimum of Associates Degree.
• Intermediate knowledge of Quickbooks
• Adept at technology
• Excellent organizational skills
• Able to multi-task
• Familiarity with non-profit accounting a plus
• Able to pass all background checks
1) Billing for all services and receivables: in QuickBooks and Agency Online sites
(ensure proper fund allocation when entering into QB)
2) Follow-up on Medicaid billing and obtain missing information from Program Director
3) Record deposits in QB, maintain deposit file
4) Enter Accounts payable and credit card transactions in QB
(ensure proper fund allocation)
5) Print checks and mail, 1 or 2xs per week as instructed by Director of Finance
6) Petty cash management and record in QB
7) Payroll input and processing- after approval. Enter transactions into QB with proper allocation and employee deductions.
8) Send out Employee deductions to proper benefit providers after each payroll.
Office Assistant/HR Coordinating Responsibilities:
1) Onboarding setup and HR file management
2) Background checks
3) Benefits coordinator and liaison between employees and broker
4) Workers Comp liaison with broker
5) Office equipment management (copiers, phones, etc)
6) Maintain filing system for Admin and Finance Department
Property Management oversight:
1) Coordinate work orders and general maintenance for properties and rental locations
2) Fleet management (Maintain maintenance history and insurance cards and registration)
Other Projects as Needed
Please email your cover letter and resume to email@example.com and put in the subject line “Account and Office Assistant.”
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Please download and fill out the job application and the Child Abuse Registry Information (CARI) form below. Please note that nothing can be crossed out on the CARI form and do not use initials. After filling out the application, please upload along with your resume and cover letter. Please bring the CARI form with you if you are called in for an interview.