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As a Bilingual Children’s Intervention Specialist, you will work in a mobile response and stabilization program in Cherry Hill, Camden County, NJ. The 24 hour program provides in-home crisis intervention to Camden County youth up to age 21.

Schedule: Sunday and Thursday: 8:00AM - 6:30PM; Monday and Tuesday 9:30AM - 8:00PM; 30 minute unpaid lunch daily

Responsibilities:

• Receive referrals from the CSA through a “warm line” at the office

• Respond to the location of the crisis within 1 hour

• Diffuse the crisis using crisis intervention strategies

• Complete assessment tool at the beginning and end of service and transmit to the CSA using the electronic record

• Develop Individual Crisis Plan with the family and obtain approval from Coordinator and CSA

• Maintain caseload and monitor stabilization services

• Work with the Coordinator and other team members to coordinate care for all clients served

• Maintain documentation with 98% accuracy, and within the required time frame

• Participate in team meetings and staff meetings

• Participate in the rotating on call schedule with the ability to respond to the site of the crisis within 1 hour

• Attend state required sponsored trainings as scheduled

Benefits:

• Competitive base salary

• Medical and dental insurance

• Vision plan

• Retirement plan

• Flexible spending plans

• Excellent time benefits

• Opportunity for personal and career growth

• Team oriented environment – we practice the FISH! Philosophy

Qualifications:

• Bachelor's degree (BA/BS) in a behavioral health or related human services field, such as social work, counseling or psychology and have a minimum of one (1) year related field work experience OR

• Master's (MA/MS) degree in a behavioral health or related human service field

• Bilingual in Spanish required

All positions require a valid driver’s license in good standing, pre-employment drug screening and criminal background check. Oaks Integrated Care considers applicants for all positions without regard to: race; color; religion; sex; national origin; age; sexual orientation; marital or veteran status; the presence of a medical condition, genetic information or handicap, unrelated to performing the tasks of the job; or any other legally protected status.

Accessibility: If you need an accommodation as part of the employment process please contact Human Resources at
Phone: (609)845-3731
Email:recruiter@oaksintcare.org

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