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Eagle Village is now hiring! We are currently looking for a full time Foster Care/Adoption Specialist to help the Michigan families we serve.
Position Description: To provide needed and appropriate direct services to foster/adoptive youth, their siblings, birth/foster/adoptive parents and to coordinate the provision of collateral support services as contained in the policies and procedures of EVCBS and DHHS, in court orders, or dictated by relevant funding, certifying, or regulatory bodies.
Job Requirements: Master’s Degree in Social Work or a comparable human service field from an accredited college or university preferred with proper licensure and accreditation. Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or a related human services field from an accredited college or university with proper licensure and accreditation is required as well as one year experience in children’s services and “active pursuit” of an appropriate graduate degree from an accredited college or university, completing a minimum of four field-related graduate courses per year. CWTI training preferred.
Provide general medical care to residents. Coordinates and oversees the administration/ordering/storage of medications, coordinates pharmacy, consulting physicians, and psychiatrist services. Supervises one to two Eagle Village medical department employees. Assess residents to determine the need for further medical attention. Provides on-call duties for after hour continuum of care. Maintains quarterly data for required outcome measures.
Researches foundations and organizations that fit our mission. Writes proposals after gathering necessary information on campus to write a solid proposal. Proposals will be written for specific initiatives as identified by the Executive Leadership Team.
Description: Manages a database with Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge NXT, generates reports to analyze data, processes gifts and pledges, acknowledges donations, initiates gift publicity, researches donor prospects, researches grants and foundations, and writes proposals. Must possess exemplary interpersonal skills, and be able to interact with staff, management and external constituents in a prompt and professional manner on a wide variety of advancement related topics.
Required: High school diploma or general education degree (GED); associates degree preferred in related field or job related experience and/or training. Excellent computer skills including Word, Excel, and database training or experience required. Must have good communication and writing skills. Prior experience in public relations, sales or marketing helpful. Evidence of applicant being a self-starter who is creative, motivated, accurate, dependable, and possesses good organizational skills with ability to handle multiple tasks will be highly considered.
Description: The Experiential Specialist is responsible for the therapeutic and recreational activities of residential residents at Eagle Village. Will utilize specialized activities and daily recreational events to influence youth and families to improve their relationships with their families, community and personal physical and mental wellness. In addition the Experiential Specialist will assist with Challenge Weekends, Camps and Retreats as directed. Must be a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist.
Required: Bachelor’s Degree in the human service field and/or Outdoor Education or Recreation (or related field) from an accredited college or university with one year of experience in experiential work and/or leading outdoor adventure education activities, i.e., ropes/towers/challenge courses, and teambuilding activities. Good moral character. Must be a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist or be able to obtain certification.
Description: Provides leadership to the residential teams. Provides assessments, collateral contacts, analysis, and summary of treatment options for youth in residential, foster care, and the community. May provide court testimony when needed. As part of the treatment team the psychologist will provide solutions and treatment options for youth in crisis. Serves as the youth and families advocate to provide and facilitate the best possible care and treatment available. Collaborates closely with the Experiential Specialist, the Quality Care Supervisor, and the Family Therapists to promote the social, emotional, psychological, physical, and spiritual well-being of youth.
Requirements: PhD in Clinical Psychology with a minimum of 3 years’ experience working with adolescents/children is required. Licensed to practice in the State of Michigan. Good moral character and emotional stability.
Description: The Youth Specialist provides direct supervision of the youth under their care and helps to implement goals and strategies for each youth. The YS is part of a treatment team that motivates residents and their families to resolve problems and to make positive changes while maintaining a safe, therapeutic environment. This position reports to the Quality Care Supervisor.
Requirements: High School diploma or GED. Bachelor’s degree in a human services area and one year experience is preferred. Good moral character and emotional stability.
Description: Provides direct supervision of the youth under their care. Transports youth and families for a variety of different reasons such as home visits, doctor appointments, family weekend, etc.
Required: High school diploma or general education degree (GED); or one to three months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Good moral character and valid driver’s license.
Hours: This position requires full time hours, however the paid portion is part time.
Description: Those in the Impact Program participate in the spiritual advancement of the Eagle Village community. They interact with EV youth through our mentoring program and actively engage in discipleship on campus with youth and staff.
We currently have the need for several of these energetic, passionate, mission-minded individuals. This position provides up to 25 hours in a paid position in an assigned area such as Youth Specialist or Support Staff. It also requires up to 25 hours of volunteer time which would include assisting in the chapel program and mentoring youth.
Requirements: Candidates must be 21 years of age or older. High school diploma or GED, good moral character and emotional stability required. Good driving record and valid Michigan license. Ideal candidates would come from a mission, social work or similar schooling background but others will be considered.