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CAREERS
Prevention • Intervention • Support • Education

JOIN OUR TEAM

Join a team of caring professionals who are making a meaningful difference in the lives of families and individuals in need. The Coalition for Family Harmony is always looking for caring dedicated professionals to be part of a team that truly makes a difference in the lives of those seeking emotional support. The Coalition is an equal opportunity employer. For students working towards a degree in counseling, or MFT and are seeking trainee or internships, the Coalition also offers internship opportunities.

HOTLINE SCREENER

Hotline Screener will answer calls regarding Child and Elder Abuse at the Ventura County Child and Elder Abuse Hotline. Screener will be responsible for taking calls, inputting information into a computer database, communicating effeciently with law enforcement and Social Workers, and assessing crisis situations.

  • Minimum of a Bachelors degree required
  • Bilingual (Spanish/English) Required
  • Excellent Communication skills, both oral and written a must
  • Ability to assess crisis situations
  • Ability to work in a team environment
  • Ability to work approximately 2 holidays per year
  • Excellent computer skills
  • Experience with handling multiple call lines a plus
  • Willingness to be flexible
  • All employees must pass a comprehensive background and reference check and complete an interview with the Coaltion for Family Harmony and Ventura County Human Services Agency.
  • All employees must undergo 80 hours of Certified Crisis Intervention Training and any other necessary training needed for the position

BATTERER’S INTERVENTION GROUP FACILITATOR

Batterer’s Intervention Group Facilitator facilitates 52 week psycho-educational groups for offenders of domestic violence. Facilitator works with program coordinator to maintain accurate records of client participation in accordance to probation standards.  Must have completed the required 40 hour training and received certification to provide batterers intervention classes.

  • Facilitates court mandated classes for the 52 week Batterers Intervention Program.
  • Ensures that the lesson plans adhere to the approved curriculum and remains in accordance with the requirements stated in Penal Code § 1203.097 & 1203.098.
  • Provides training and guidance to new facilitators through the co-facilitation of groups.
  • Maintains accurate and timely records of all contacts, including filing of weekly case notes, assessments, assignments and other relevant correspondence.
  • Administers pre, mid and final evaluations for group participants.
  • Ensures that the group tone, content and therapeutic methods reflect the principle of holding participants accountable through exploration of the roots and intent of their behavior.
  • Attend regular supervision with supervisor and staff meetings as assigned.
  • Participates in both external and internal trainings as assigned.
  • Mandated reporter of child and elder abuse.
  • Miscellaneous duties as assigned.

EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION

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