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Join our team of professional staff and experience the satisfaction of helping some of Oregon’s most troubled youth.

St. Mary’s Home offers excellent benefits, including paid health, vision, dental and life insurance, long-term disability insurance, vacation, personal days, 9 paid holidays, a Tax Shelter Plan and a corporate membership in 24 Hour Fitness Centers.

St. Mary’s Home recognizes the cultural diversity of our clients and families and strive to provide a diverse workforce that is knowledgeable and sensitive to their needs.

St. Mary’s Home is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

St. Mary’s Home for Boys, a residential treatment facility with 125 years of exceptional service to Oregon’s underprivileged youth, has the following openings.



PROGRAM DIRECTOR

Position Summary: Position is responsible for:

  • Agency Performance and Quality Improvement Program ensuring data is accurately collected, processed and disseminated for program use.
  • Management of the Out-Patient Mental Health Program ensuring all contractual obligations are met.
  • Supervision of Clients’ Admissions process ensuring contract compliance.
  • Supervision of residential and day treatment support staff to ensure consistency of record management and contract compliance.
  • Member of Executive Committee

Qualifications: Masters Degree in Psychology, Counseling, Social Work, and/or other closely related area required (comparable training and/or work experience may be substituted); Licensure preferred; two years experience in a management or supervisory position required; experience in residential treatment and/or outpatient treatment is highly desirable.

Requirements: Demonstrated and documented leadership qualities; excellent communication and organization skills; data management and personnel management skills. Above average skills in Excel and Word applications.

Core Schedule:  Monday – Friday

Schedule may vary to meet the needs of the agency

Reports to: Executive Director

Salary: Competitive with similar agencies. Excellent benefits.

Hired employee must pass State and FBI criminal history background check.

See application process below.

 

CASE MANAGER

Qualifications: Requires Masters Degree in Psychology, Counseling, Social Work and/or closely related field and one year experience in a residential treatment facility or similar setting with cognitive behavioral programming and case management experience. Knowledge of sex offender and fire-setter treatment issues preferred.

The Case Manager will provide case management services for assigned caseload, ages 13 – 17, and individual, group and family counseling.  Responsible for developing Comprehensive Case Assessment with Service Plan being guided by Behavioral Rehabilitation Services Standards.  Treatment decisions will be based on input from Treatment Team. Authorizes all Isolation and Seclusion Room Placements for clients in the program on a seven (7) week rotation schedule.  Position demands emphasis on program team effort whereby treatment goals and transition planning are formulated for each client and family/resource.  Will work harmoniously with referral source in developing and implementing aftercare programs involving home, community and school.  The position is fast-paced and requires use of strong, persuasive communication skills.  Excellent writing & organization skills with attention to details are imperative to successful completion of responsibilities.  Requires above average computer skills with Word and using the tables function.

Core schedule for this position is Monday – Friday, 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.  Hours may vary to meet agency needs.

Salary:  Competitive with similar agencies.  Excellent benefits

Hired employee must pass State and FBI criminal history background check.

See application process below.

 

RESIDENTIAL COUNSELOR – SWING SHIFT

Full-time, swing shift (2:45 pm to 10:45 pm) counselor to work with emotionally and behaviorally disturbed boys, ages 10-17.  The 5-day workweek will include weekends.  Fast paced job requires the ability to make quick, authoritative decisions based on standards and protocols within the St. Mary’s Home environment, providing consistent leadership and quality guidance to the clients and the ability to be assertive and work in stressful situations.  This position requires a BA/BS degree in psychology, sociology or other behavior science field and a valid drivers license with a clean driving record.  A recent internship or experience with similar clients is preferred.

Excellent benefits.  Starting salary $11.00/hour with potential of $12.25 after 6 months.  Hired employee must pass State and FBI criminal history background checks.

See Application Procedure listed below.

 

DAY TREATMENT PROGRAM COUNSELOR

Full-time positions working within our Day Treatment Program.  Position requires BA/BS degree in education, psychology or closely related field.  Experience with similar clients in day treatment setting preferred.  This position requires excellent writing skills and the ability to compose and present case reviews. Hours: Monday – Friday 7:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.  May require working swing shifts (2:45 p.m. – 10:45 p.m.) in the Residential Program during non-school days.

Excellent benefits.  Starting salary $11.00/hour with potential increase to $12.25 after 6 months.  Hired employee must pass State and FBI criminal history background checks

See Application Procedure listed below.

 

Application Procedure:

E-mail your resume to applications@stmaryshomeforboys.org;
or
Call 503-649-5651 for an application or select application (PDF format) to download
Employment ApplicationReference Form

Fax resume and applications to 503-649-7405 or mail your completed application to:

St. Mary’s Home for Boys
16535 SW Tualatin Valley Hwy.
Beaverton, OR 97003-5143

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