Leadership If you’ve registered with us previously, please login now. If you’d like to register, please click the ‘Register’ link below.Username: Password: Register | Forgot your password?Related CategoriesLeadership Title Group Facilitator, DV Offender Treatment Services (Part-Time) Categories Leadership Location Phoenix, AZ Job Information Group Facilitator, DV Offender Treatment Services (Part-Time) at Chrysalis About us… Chrysalis, a 35-year-old nonprofit in Phoenix, is seeking inspired individuals to join our innovative team that provides shelter, housing, counseling, treatment, and other services to those impacted by domestic violence (DV). Chrysalis serves more than 1,400 individuals annually and is proud to be the first certified trauma-informed care provider in Arizona! About the position… The PAC/PEACE Facilitator, co-facilitates Domestic Violence Treatment groups for people charged with domestic violence offenses and completes intake assessments with new clients as needed. The PAC/PEACE Facilitator uses effective clinical and interpersonal skills while incorporating Trauma Informed Care principles along with the agency core values of empowerment, safety, integrity, excellence, innovation and compassion. PAC stands for Preventing Abusive Conduct and PEACE stands for Putting an End to Abuse and Cultivating Empathy. Plus: Co-facilitate groups following the Chrysalis Domestic Violence Curriculum and complete quality progress notes Perform intake interviews and assessments with people referred to the Chrysalis PAC/PEACE Program as needed Complete monthly reports as required by Maricopa County Attorney’s Office and Chrysalis internal reporting system Co-create and update treatment plans with clients Attend and participate in staff meetings Attend and participate in clinical supervision with an Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners approved clinical supervisor Attend and participate in Chrysalis staff training Other duties as assigned Required… Masters degree in Counseling or related field or Bachelor’s degree in behavioral health related field plus two years experience or combination of education and experience equal to Master’s degree (six years) Knowledge of and/or interest learning about incorporating Trauma Informed Care principles in treatment groups Knowledge of domestic violence and related issues Knowledge of community resources Experience in group facilitation and completing intake assessments Demonstrate ability to maintain professional relationship with clients Ability to function well in crisis situation Ability to maintain working relationships with supervisor, co-workers, clients and community agencies Ability to communicate well verbally and in writing Perks of the position… Clinical Supervision Hours: Yes! Provided for free by a LCSW toward Independent Licensure Curriculum Development: Yes! Ability to work with a cutting edge creative and collaborative team! Case loads: Very manageable amounts; ample time for documentation; priority of relationships over efficiencies! New Graduates: Welcomed and encouraged to apply! Pay range: $14.50 per hour Vacation Time: Yes! (accrued over time) Sick Time: Yes! (accrued over time) Benefits: Dental Insurance, 401(k) with Employer Match Location: Close proximity to the light rail Feel Good: The life-changing rewards of helping over 1,400 domestic abuse victims find refuge, heal from the trauma of abuse, become safe and financially stable, and gain knowledge of the issues related to abuse in the future! Other Requirements… She/he must provide own transportation and automobile insurance and have the ability to travel throughout the community; must be able to pass a fingerprint and background clearance as required by Chrysalis and ADHS licensure requirements; must maintain current CPR and first aid training as required by Chrysalis policies; Routinely moves equipment weighing up to 25 lbs and may be required to ascend/descend stairs. Interested?… Chrysalis cares about the individual, promoting both personal and professional success. If you embrace and apply the core values of Chrysalis — empowerment, safety, integrity, excellence, innovation and compassion — we invite you to apply for the Group Facilitator position online through this link! Chrysalis is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It recruits and hires without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, national origin, age, veteran or disability status, sexual orientation, gender expression, or any factors prohibited by law and affirms in policy and practice to support equal opportunity in accordance with all applicable federal, state, and local laws. Job Type: Part-time Salary: $14.50 /hour Apply Now Title Director Categories Leadership Location Phoenix, AZ Job Information Director position available at ChildHelp Position: Director, Advocacy Center Regular Full-time FTE 1.0 Phoenix, AZ, US Requisition ID : 1092 Position Summary: Provides leadership of the Advocacy Center including setting a strategic vision that meets the needs of the community and establishes Childhelp as a leader in Child Abuse and Neglect and Advocacy Services, oversight of operations, development and supervision of employees, and facilitating and ensuring effective collaboration with Advocacy Center Partners. The Director is responsible for ensuring that services including individual, sibling, and family counseling, facilitation of psychoeducational groups, education, family support, court support, and child advocacy to child victims and their non-offending family members in a culturally sensitive manner are offered and makes every effort to ensure that services are not financially prohibitive. This positions has supervisory direct reports who oversee supervisor and individual contributor roles. Essential Functions Leadership 40% Working in partnership with senior leadership, develops strategic alignment plan for the Advocacy Center’s that supports and executes upon the National Strategic Plan. With a focus on leadership, mission, vision, culture, strategy, best practices and continuous improvement, performs the following: • Leads and directs the Advocacy Center’s resource planning and allocation for optimal capacity, utilization, and performance. • Ensures that programmatic components, quality standards are enforced throughout the program, and compliance with all federal, state, local, and other applicable regulatory and/or program requirements to include audit readiness. Management 20% In collaboration with leadership and Human Resources, develops and executes a plan for retaining and developing talent to meet current and future business objectives to include: • Engaging in talent review evaluations • Collaborating with direct reports on their professional development and growth • Assisting with developing leadership succession plans for the department Supervisory 20% Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with Childhelp’s cultural values and performance principles, company policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include: • Actively participating in the interviewing and hiring processes and ensuring successful functional on-boarding of new employees • Planning, assigning and directing work for direct reports • Setting reasonable stretch performance goals, providing constructive, balanced, regular performance feedback & coaching, and conducting annual performance appraisals • Recognizing and rewarding performance excellence • Communicating and enforcing company policies and programs • Applying corrective action, addressing complaints and resolving problems in a timely fashion, involving and collaborating with leadership and Human Resources as appropriate. Functional/Operational 20% • Ensures implementation and continuous improvement of the Maricopa County Joint Investigative Protocol. • Ensures effective implementation of best practice • Represents Childhelp through speaking engagements, educational opportunities, and public appearances • Collaborates with National Headquarters on donor stewardship, community outreach and awareness, sharing success stories, data and information that inspire others to donate and join our mission • Coordinates services with a multidisciplinary team, including law enforcement, CPS, medical staff, forensic interviewers, and other persons/groups related to child abuse issues and ongoing cases, as necessary and appropriate within the forensic environment • Builds an environment conducive to collaboration to achieve the best investigative outcomes Requirements Education/Experience/Knowledge/Understanding • Master’s degree (M.A.) or equivalent; or four to ten years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. • Minimum of five years of related experience to include management • Knowledge of child abuse neglect, at-risk youth and trauma • Knowledge of the roles and responsibilities of Multi-disciplinary teams Skills • Excellent verbal, written, and listening communication skills to include communicating clearly, effectively, tactfully, and patiently to a diverse population • Excellent public speaking and presentation skills • Excellent interpersonal skills and demeanor with the ability to build rapport and garner trust with others • Strong organizational, planning and time management skills • Proficient in the use of a PC; in a Windows environment; in the use of the Internet; and in the use of MS Office Applications such as Outlook, Word and Excel; and in the use of service request/ticketing systems Abilities • Ability to pass fingerprint background screening • Ability to understand and solve problems by applying intermediate analytical skills to include collecting all the relevant information and data needed to address the problem; organizing, classifying and synthesizing the data into fundamental issues; from the information, identifying the most probable causes of the problem; reducing the information down into manageable components; identifying the logical outcomes from the analyses of the data collected; and, identifying the options and solutions for addressing the problems analyzed. • Ability to lead, independently and collaboratively as part of a team • Reliable transportation, ability to drive to and from training locations throughout Maricopa County • Ability to work some evenings and weekends • Ability and willingness to carry out the Childhelp mission and realize the Founders’ vision by embodying the cultural values and performance principals of Acting with Honor and Character; Being Open & Receptive; Caring About & Relating to Others; Nurturing Diverse Relationships; Performance Excellence, and Inspirational Leading & Managing Physical Demands • Ability to frequently see, hear, speak, and be physically flexible; occasionally sit, stand, walk, bend, run and drive; seldom stoop, climb carry, squat, kneel, push; and lift up to 30 lbs. • Ability to withstand moderate noise levels PREFERENCES • Master’s degree In Mental Health Counseling, Social Work Please apply through their online website here. 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