Career Opportunities If you’ve registered with us previously, please login now. If you’d like to register, please click the ‘Register’ link below.Username: Password: Register | Forgot your password?Related CategoriesAdministration Title Trauma Therapist Location Flagstaff, Arizona Job Information Position Available: Trauma Therapist at Northland Family Help Center POSITION SUMMARY Provides psychotherapy, counseling and clinical services to victims of crime; and also responds to crises in person or by telephone to community members and shelter residents. AZBBHE independent license and ability to engage in clinical supervision of other agency staff preferred. This is a Trauma Informed Care agency. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS / RESPONSIBILITIES Provide crisis intervention in person or by telephone to community members and shelter residents Provide information and referral regarding agency services and community resources Provide assessment for access to agency services and conduct intake interviews Provide individual, couples, family and group counseling to adult and child survivors of physical, emotional or sexual abuse Write treatment plans, progress notes, discharge summaries, and other chart entries as required by agency policies and procedures, licensing agencies, funding sources, and ethical standards Provide all services in compliance with agency policies, federal and state laws, professional ethical standards and Behavioral Health Licensure Regulations Consistently demonstrate an appropriate role model for clients and staff that embody the NFHC Mission and Philosophy, Values and includes empowerment and respect for all staff and clients according to the standards of a Trauma Informed Care Organization Adhere to agency requirements of confidentiality, professional conduct, personnel, financial and clinical policies, supervision, training, and job qualifications Participate in program development and proposal writing Follow guidelines for accurate data collection and reporting as required by agency and funding sources Prepare reports as required Attend and participate in individual and group supervision with Clinical Director Participate in weekly Staff Meetings Attend other meetings as requested and/or required Other duties as may be assigned KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES Excellent written and verbal communication skills Ability to read and analyze professional journals and periodicals Ability to write charts and professional documents in clear and concise manner Ability to demonstrate clinical skills of empathy, joining, observation and assessment Knowledge of psychotherapy & counseling theory, treatment modalities and practice as it relates to trauma survivors, those with developmental trauma disorder; acute, chronic and complex stress disorders. Ability to diagnose behavioral health problems and disorders, and develop treatment plan based on a completed assessment Demonstrated knowledge of legal and ethical issues relevant to counseling Ability to model positive attitude, and healthy interpersonal boundaries with clients and staff Demonstrate assertive, respectful and effective conflict resolution skills with staff and clients Ability and willingness to provide First Aid and/or CPR to clients and/or staff members if necessary Working knowledge of computer skills such as word processing, e-mail, electronic records MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Master’s degree in Counseling, Psychology, Sociology, or Social Work Current Arizona license as a Licensed Associate Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, or Licensed as a Master Social Worker. Experience in individual, family, and/or group counseling PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Professional experience in treating our target client population; those dealing with domestic violence, sexual assault, child neglect and abuse, victims of crime Current Arizona license as a Professional Counselor, Licensed Independent Marriage and Family Therapist, or Licensed Clinical Social Worker Two years of experience in individual, family, and /or group counseling. Clinical Supervision experience. Professional Training in advanced trauma treatment modalities, body-inclusive psychotherapy, and/or mindfulness-based psychotherapy. Experience in social justice oriented, community collaborative, and/or advocacy-based counseling practice. REQUIRED CERTIFICATION Proof of Auto Insurance Successful annual TB Test First Aid Adult, Child and Infant CPR Arizona Department of Public Safety Fingerprint Clearance Card Any other certification or acknowledgment as may be required by the agency or Counseling Facility License WORKING CONDITIONS / PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Office environment within a residential shelter including considerable desk time as well as periods of mobility Involves frequent exposure to residential shelter clients, individuals with mental health impairments, and abuse survivors, both adult and child Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these essential functions How to Apply Contact NFHC Clinical Director, Andrea Meronuck, MA, LPC, SEP via email at firstname.lastname@example.org with resume/CV or cover letter. Direct line 928-233-4318 for any questions. Apply Now Title Office Assistant-Victim Services Volunteer Coordinator / Court Advocate Categories Administration Location Mohave County Job Information Job Summary Mohave County Attorney’s Office is currently recruiting for a Victim Services Volunteer Coordinator / Court Advocate for the Victim Witness Division *Position Open Until Filled*The Victim Services Volunteer Coordinator / Court Advocate is responsible for coordinating and administering the Victim Assistance Program and providing assistance with crisis intervention for the Mohave County Attorney’s Victim/Witness Office. This position performs intermediate administrative support work relating to victim assistance casework, support, and advocacy. Coordinating the program includes the oversight and leading of a large group of volunteers throughout Mohave County, who are performing victim assistance tasks. REPORTS TO A higher level of authority. The incumbent has the responsibility for the completion of assigned tasks accurately and in a timely manner. Work is reviewed through observation and evaluation of work performance and tasks completed by the incumbent. SUPERVISION EXERCISEDAs assigned may assist in training new clerical employees, temporaries and volunteers. Essential Job Functions Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: Meets and greets the public. Receives phone calls and responds to questions concerning department procedures or directs query to an individual or department as appropriate. May talk with individuals to gather preliminary information or verify information for various County programs or activities. As requested, review work of other staff for conformance to regulations. Understands and interprets procedures and practices related to various departmental and assigned programs. Assists an office superior by performing routine administrative details including but not limited to: sorting and routing department mail, making copies, scanning documents, filing, alphabetizing documents and date stamping incoming documents, maintaining waiting lists for services, maintain program specific databases and spreadsheets. Contacts vendors to obtain prices and purchases various supplies and materials. Maintains and establishes associated files to include entering information and documents into filing and data systems ensuring completeness and accuracy. Types forms, letters, reports and file cards from draft, or rough copy. Prepares follow-up correspondence or calls to obtain additional information or to respond to inquiries. Prepares standardized reports and statements. Collects, compiles and submits data for use in statistical reports, internal operating studies or policy formulation. Meets established deadlines and informs concerned parties of deadlines and appointments. Maintains an inventory of materials on-hand and notifies the supervisor when supplies are needed. May order supplies as required. Maintain a high level of confidentiality of information. Communicates and acts in a professional manner with the public, co-workers, and work contacts. VICTIM SERVICES Assignment to Victim Services includes but not limited to: Recruiting volunteers. Developing training curriculum, and conducting training sessions for the volunteers that perform crisis intervention. Assisting victims with Victim Compensation applications. Completion of applications for Orders of Protection and Injunctions Against Harassment. Navigation of the criminal justice system, referrals to community service agencies, and assistance in exercising statutory rights. Writing and reviewing progress of cases after attending court on behalf of the victim. The Volunteer Coordinator / Court Advocate is subject to emergency call-out and stand-by during off-duty hours in order to respond to crisis situations. Provides victims court accompaniment to hearings/trials. Explains the victims’ rights under the Arizona Constitutional Victims’ Bill of Rights SECONDARY JOB FUNCTIONS Performs special assignments as requested. Performs related work as required. Minimum Qualifications High School diploma/ GED (General Education Degree). Two (2) years minimum of progressive office support and clerical training. An equivalent combination of education, experience, and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities may be considered in meeting the minimum qualifications. Preferred Education, Experience and Training for Bookkeeping/Accounting Assignment 2 yrs cash handling and/or bookkeeping experience OR 2-year Associate Degree in Accounting or Finance or Business with an Accounting emphasis. SPECIAL JOB REQUIREMENT May be required to possess a valid State of Arizona Driver’s License at the start of employment and maintain said license while employed in this position. May be required to provide acceptable driving history at no cost to the County. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Knowledge of: Modern office practices and records management/maintenance procedures. English grammar and spelling. Basic mathematics required to calculate and perform general accounting procedures. Filing and information systems, including EXCEL spreadsheets and Microsoft Word. Mohave County Personnel Policies & Procedures and Department Regulations. Skill in: Effectively operating personal computers, calculators and peripheral hardware and software products to provide guidance on the maintenance and implementation of developmental procedures of department to which assigned. Ability to: Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing with all people. Use databases and other forms of electronic data storage. Maintain accurate and up-to-date records and documentation. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. Obtain data from the computer during on-line operations, including interpreting technical and departmental information encountered in the performance of responsibilities. Maintain a high standard of confidentiality. Understand brief, written or oral directions and grasp ideas quickly in order to carry out instructions, solve problems with initiative and exercise good judgment. Organize workload to ensure determinations are made on a time basis. Act in a professional manner and professional in communication with others. Comply with Mohave County Personnel Policies & Procedures and Department Regulations. Perform the essential functions of the job with or without a reasonable accommodation.\ Apply via their online application here: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/mohavecountyaz/jobs/1728667/office-assistant-victim-services-volunteer-coordinator-court-advocate Apply Now Title Coordinator Location Flagstaff, Arizona Job Information Coordinator, Family Violence Institute – #603229 The Family Violence Institute (FVI) at the Northern Arizona University (NAU) Flagstaff campus seeks a coordinator to assist in the management of three main projects: • National Domestic Violence Fatality Review Initiative, • Santa Cruz Fatality Review and Safety Assessment, • Special Interest Resource Center on Civil and Criminal Justice Responses to Domestic Violence subaward through the Battered Women’s Justice Project. This position is subject to the availability of grant funding. This position may require periodic work outside the normal working hours per project-related meetings and trainings. The applicant must have valid Arizona driver’s license. Job location within Arizona is negotiable depending on successful candidate’s preferences. The Family Violence Institute at NAU is a non-partisan center that engages in research, public policy work, program evaluation, and education and training designed to eradicate family violence. We facilitate the creation and development of innovative multiagency and multi-stakeholder prevention initiatives that are global, interdisciplinary, civil and conciliatory, inclusive, and contribute to democratic and civic engagement and community building. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in a field appropriate to the area of assignment and 2-9 years relevant experience; along with any equivalent combination of experience and/or education. Annual Salary: Commensurate with experience. Application Deadline: July 13, 2017 at 11:59 P.M. Please see nau.jobs for full job descriptions and details on how to apply online! 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