Family Support Specialist

  • Capstone Behavioral Health
  • Omaha, NE, USA
  • Jul 08, 2019
Full time Other Behavioral Health Positions Psychologist

Job Description

Join our team of professionals!  Capstone has been strong for 13 years, is people focused, we strive to help, teach, and give direction to those who would benefit.  The company culture at Capstone is one that motivates our staff to be independent, yet team oriented, and feel comfortable with every aspect of the job.   Training is where your career begins!  You will have a supervisor available to address any concerns you may have as you are getting started.  

Currently, we are looking for professionals to join our team of Family Support Workers.  Pay is competitive and paid time off is offered.  The Family Support Worker is responsible for providing Parent Education and Family Support to clients as assigned.  Specifically, the Family Support Worker will provide direct service to parents and their children primarily in the home environment as trained.  This worker will redirect, encourage, and promote healthy and appropriate interactions between the parent and child also during Supervised Visitation.  This worker will work with this client on goals such as finding employment, maintaining affordable housing, parenting and safety in the home or other goals as referred.   

*This position has hours occurring primarily during evening and weekend.  

*We have part time or full time positions available. 

Job Requirements

**Bachelor's degree in Social Work, Human Services, or Behavioral Sciences required.   Two years experience working with children and families in Human Services related field preferred.  Full time employees are eligible for 401k with company match, PTO, Fitness Plan, Health, Vision, and Dental Insurance available, Flexible Spending Plan, and Disability Insurance available.

*Training for new hires is required and offered during daytime hours.

*Work hours in the afternoon, evening, and weekend is required for this position

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