Under general supervision, provides screening, assessment, and/or intervention support to those involved with the court system–with a primary focus on juveniles. This will consist of compiling data gathered from individuals, parents, and other sources to recommend potential needs that can be utilize by the courts with offenders and their families. The position primarily will serve as a liaison for the courts and court personnel, but some contact with community referral sources including physicians’ offices and/or other treatment professionals to facilitate clinical and treatment options may be required. Provides marketing and administrative support to program by producing flyers, handouts, and training materials and entering documentation into the computer database.
- Bachelor’s degree (preferably Social Work, Psychology, or other related discipline)
- Good communication skills
- Knowledge of mental health assessments
- Able to prioritize multiple task
- Ability to relay data gathered from assessments
- 2 years of experience in a Mental Health environment
- Ability to speak Spanish
- Satisfactory driving record
- Resumes are only accepted via email to email@example.com. No phone calls please.
- This is a grant-funded position and is subject to renewal thereafter.