Careers

Each position at Communities for People (CFP) offers the opportunity to change someone’s life…perhaps your own! CFP welcomes individuals from all religious, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds. At CFP you will work in an enjoyable working environment with a team of dedicated staff. CFP is an equal opportunity employer and offers generous benefits, including:

  1. Cost shared health and dental care
  2. Excellent paid time off benefits, Full Time 3+ weeks and Part Time 1+ weeks in first year, with subsequent increases up to your fifth year
  3. 11 paid holidays
  4. Retirement plans
  5. Training and professional development workshops
  6. Life and disability insurance
  7. Tuition reimbursement for eligible employee

My favorite thing about working in foster care utilizing the strengths in the community, learning more about the members in our community, and being a part of a team that helps children to experience safe, supportive, and nurturing environments.

– Jordan, RI staff member

CURRENT OPENINGS

Career opportunities are available in Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

MASSACHUSETTS

Clinical Case Manager

Desire to make a difference in a youth or family’s life!

Bonus. Qualified candidates can earn up to $2000!!!
  • $500 upon completion of 90 Introductory period
  • $500 on 6-month anniversary
  • $1000 on your 1 Year Anniversary.
Benefits:
  • Competitive Salary based on experience
  • Trainings and Professional Development
  • Paid Holidays
  • 3+ weeks of time off benefits
  • Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance
  • Pathway to a long-term career
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Company Overview:
Communities for People (CFP) is a non-profit agency serving youth and families through community-based programs and services. We are looking for 2 case managers for our Residential Programs. You will be instrumental in helping youth and families to achieve permanency, independence and integration into the community. CFP will provide you with professional experience, great benefits and pleasant working environment. EOE
HIRING FOR 2 CASE-MANAGEMENT POSITIONS!

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  • To coordinate psychiatric, psychological, medical, and dental services, and provide transportation when needed.
  • To provide the full range of case management for youth.
  • To provide vocational guidance, assistance, and referral.
  • To make appointments for external clinical, evaluation, and specialty services.
  • To attend all bridge, treatment and crisis meetings for clients and facilitate in the absence of the Program Clinician (and able to report out).
  • To assist clinical team to arrange home visits and family contacts for clients.
  • To complete clinical case management documentation on eHana and iFamilyNet and obtain MA-level sign-off.
  • Assist in ensuring signatures of DCF worker, family members, and youth are obtained on treatment plans and progress reviews.
  • To provide advocacy when needed for assigned youth and provide updated advocacy written updates to the youth’s treatment team/DCF worker.
  • To keep files up to date, make sure progress reports are written and forwarded to appropriate others.
  • Serve on the after-hours residential on-call rotation.
  • Advocate for the development of additional programming resources for families served
  • Serve as additional staffing coverage and support when needed.
  • Obtain MAP certification and assist in Med Administration when needed.
QUALIFICATIONS:
  • BA/BS in related field required.
  • Knowledge of community resources and service planning.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Exceptional time management skills.
  • Valid driver’s license and vehicle.

EXPERIENCE: Case Management and/or Child-Welfare Service Coordination experience preferred.

SALARY: $50,000-$55,000

Clinical Director – LIFE Program

Overview:

Communities for People (CFP) is a non-profit agency serving youth and families through community-based programs and services. We are looking for a Clinical Director for the LIFE Program. You will be instrumental in helping youth and families to achieve permanency, independence and integration into the community. CFP will provide you with professional experience, great benefits and pleasant working environment. EOE

Bonus. Qualified candidates can earn up to $2000!!!

  • $500 upon completion of 90 Introductory period
  • $500 on 6-month anniversary
  • $1000 on your 1 Year Anniversary.

Benefits:

  • Competitive Salary based on experience and licensure
  • Trainings and Professional Development
  • Paid Holidays
  • 3+ weeks of time off benefits
  • Medical and Dental Insurance
  • Flexible Schedules
  • Pathway to a long-term career

Description:

Oversee the treatment planning and clinical case management needs for a residential program serving adolescent males involved in the Massachusetts Juvenile Justice system.

Essential duties and responsibilities:

  • Provide residents with direct clinical services, including case management, individual treatment, group work or clinically appropriate services
  • Complete all required clinical documentation including clinical assessments, Relapse Prevention Plans, and Individual Treatment Plans
  • Manage referrals for placement at the program and oversee the intake process
  • Determine appropriate transition and discharge plans for all residents
  • Assist LIFE Program staff to develop individualized behavior management plans and support staff to understand and respond to individual youth treatment concerns
  • Facilitate case conferences and discharge planning for all residents
  • Assist with family engagement, permanency planning and life-skills development for all residents.
  • Oversee coordination of community-based psychiatric, psychological, medical and dental services for all clients
  • Actively participate in the Program Administrative Team, weekly staff meetings and group supervision
  • Participate in agency activities to support the implementation of clinical best practices and improve the clinical skills of agency staff
  • Provide on-call support

Qualifications:

  • Master’s in social work or related field
  • LICSW or LMHC
  • At least 3 years of clinical experience
  • Prior familiarity with the Massachusetts child welfare and juvenile justice systems, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) preferred
  • Must have valid driver’s license and vehicle
  • Ability to participate in CFP MA afterhours on-call support service

Type: Full time

Pay: $55,000-$70,000

Foster Care Recruiter

COMPANY OVERVIEW:

Communities for People is seeking a dedicated full-time Recruiter to work in our Adoption/Foster Care Program.

You will be instrumental in helping youth and families to achieve permanency, independence and integration into the community. At CFP you will join a team of dedicated staff work in an enjoyable environment and receive great benefits. EOE

JOB SUMMARY:

Recruit for intensive foster care families, conduct home studies, and facilitate MAPP Trainings

Bonus. Qualified candidates can earn up to $2000!!!

  • $500 upon completion of 90 Introductory period
  • $500 on 6-month anniversary
  • $1000 on your 1 Year Anniversary.

BENEFITS:

  • 750 Bonus at 90 days for Qualified candidates after successful completion of the introductory period.
  • Paid training and professional development
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Generous time off benefits
  • Medical, dental and vision insurance
  • Schedule flexibility
  • Mileage reimbursement

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Actively recruit Foster Families through advertising and community outreach.
  • Create and implement yearly recruitment plan utilizing marketing skills to recruit and train foster parents that meet the needs of children referred.
  • Track effectiveness of recruitment efforts including how many homes recruited during the year and demographics of those homes.
  • Ensure foster parents meet all DEEC and contract obligations
  • Participate in the on-going training of current foster parents including development and implementation of foster parent training calendar.
  • Help facilitate foster parent support groups and participate in other foster parent retention activities as needed.
  • Respond to inquiries regarding intensive foster care.
  • Conduct MAPP training sessions with prospective foster parents.
  • Conduct home studies on new applicants in accordance with DCF, DEEC and CFP guidelines.
  • Transport clients, foster families and other involved parties when needed.
  • Ensure that all documentation is thorough, descriptive and representative of the quality of work taking place and entered into the foster parent record or I-Familynet system when appropriate.
  • Complete and maintain all necessary training and examinations to for licensure as a social worker in Massachusetts, CPI and CPR.
  • Participate in the IFC Program On-Call Rotation as scheduled.
  • Perform other recruitment and family resource activities to support and maintain intensive foster care homes as needed and assigned by the Assistant Regional Director overseeing the IFC program.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Master’s degree preferred, Bachelor’s degree required. Spanish speaking preferred; Strong and confident writer; Able to interface with diverse populations, work independently and creatively, manage multiple tasks simultaneously. Driver’s license and vehicle required. Able to work effectively both in a team and independently.

EXPERIENCE:
Experience and knowledge of foster care/child welfare system; Or experience with outreach/recruitment/marketing.

SALARY: $50k-$55k

Residential Clinician

Company Overview:

Communities for People (CFP) is a non-profit agency serving youth and families through community-based programs and services. We are looking for a Clinician for a residential Program. You will be instrumental in helping youth and families to achieve permanency, independence and integration into the community. CFP will provide you with professional experience, great benefits and pleasant working environment. EOE

Bonus. Qualified candidates can earn up to $2000!!!

  • $500 upon completion of 90 Introductory period
  • $500 on 6-month anniversary
  • $1000 on your 1 Year Anniversary.

Benefits:

  • Competitive Salary based on experience and licensure
  • Trainings and Professional Development
  • Paid Holidays
  • 3+ weeks of time off benefits
  • Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance
  • Pathway to a long-term career
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Pay: Salary Range $50,000-$65,000
HIRING FOR 2 CLINICIAN POSITIONS! ONE POSITION IS IN OUR EMERGENCY RESIDENCE AND THE OTHER IS IN OUR GROUP HOME, PLEASE SEE SPECIFIC DETAILS BELOW

Emergency Residence Job Summary:

You will be responsible for coordinating and developing appropriate treatment plans for youth and families referred to our Emergency Residence STARR program (Stabilization, Assessment. Rapid Re-integration).

Emergency Residence Clinician Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate entire intake process for clients
  • Develop and regularly monitor individual treatment plans for each client including required assessments and treatment reviews
  • Provide clinical input to team regarding client’s treatment
  • Provide crisis intervention and conduct meetings with clients in crisis
  • Attend all treatment meetings and crisis meetings for clients
  • Conduct regular case and discharge conferences on all clients
  • Coordinate all dental, medical, psychiatric. psychological, and therapy services for clients as needed
  • Provide vocational guidance and arrange home visits and family contacts for clients
  • Ensure files are up to date and progress reports are written and forwarded to appropriate stakeholders as well as kept up to licensing/accreditation standards
  • Review and submit progress notes to referring agency monthly
  • Work with other community resources, services, courts, state agencies and schools, and act as liaison to state agencies licensing staff
  • Attend all weekly meetings, in-service trainings, and orientation programs
  • Be on-call to staff and provide emergency staffing when necessary

Emergency Residence Clinician Requirements:

  • Master’s in Social Work or related field
  • Knowledge of community resources and service planning
  • Excellent writing skills and time management
  • Must have a valid driver’s license and vehicle
  • 1-3 years clinical experience in non-profit environment; preferably experience working directly with youth and families

Group Home Summary:

Oversee the treatment planning and clinical case management needs for the youth in the program.

Group Home Clinician Responsibilities:

  • Provide residents with direct clinical services, including case management, individual treatment, group work or clinically appropriate services
  • Complete all required clinical documentation including clinical assessments, Relapse Prevention Plans, and Individual Treatment Plans
  • Manage referrals for placement at the program and oversee the intake process
  • Determine appropriate transition and discharge plans for all residents
  • Assist program staff to develop individualized behavior management plans and support staff to understand and respond to individual youth treatment concerns
  • Facilitate case conferences and discharge planning for all residents
  • Assist with family engagement, permanency planning and life-skills development for all residents.
  • Oversee coordination of community-based psychiatric, psychological, medical and dental services for all clients
  • Actively participate in the Program Administrative Team, weekly staff meetings and group supervision
  • Participate in agency activities to support the implementation of clinical best practices and improve the clinical skills of agency staff
  • Provide on-call support

Group Home Clinician Qualifications:

  • Bachelors (Master’s preferred) in social work or related field
  • At least 3 years of clinical experience
  • Prior familiarity with the Massachusetts child welfare systems,
  • Must have valid driver’s license and vehicle
  • Ability to participate in CFP MA afterhours on-call support service
Senior Accountant

Company Overview:

Communities for People (CFP) is a non-profit agency serving youth and families through community-based programs and services. CFP will provide you with professional experience, great benefits and working environment. EOE

Learn more about the impact CFP employees make every day at www.c4p.org.

Bonus. Qualified candidates can earn up to $2000!!!

  • $500 upon completion of 90 Introductory period
  • $500 on 6-month anniversary
  • $1000 on your 1 Year Anniversary.

Benefits:

  • Monday through Friday 9am-5pm
  • Hybrid work model
  • Trainings and Professional Development
  • 11 Paid Holidays
  • Time-off benefits
  • Medical and Dental Insurance
  • Tuition Reimbursement

JOB SUMMARY: Responsible for Maintenance of the General Ledger, Production of Financial Reports and Budget Analysis for CFP and other agencies.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES –these duties are for CFP and all related or contracted agencies:

  • General Ledger/Accounting/Budgeting:
  • Create and enter general ledger entries monthly
  • Analyze general ledger accounts and financial reports monthly
  • Assists with adaptation of monthly financial reports monthly
  • Assist with creation of budgets
  • Reconcile all balance sheet accounts monthly
  • Prepare/reconcile state contracts
  • Maintains documentation and reports in a timely matter
  • Reports all risk management concerns to supervisor in a timely manner
  • Works collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders
  • Prepares cash flow statements daily

QUALIFICATIONS: BA or BS degree in accounting, CPA preferred

EXPERIENCE: 6-8 years business experience or a minimum of 4 years working for a public accounting firm

SALARY – $70,000-$80,000

Residential Direct Care Counselor

Job Description

Communities for People (CFP) is a non-profit agency serving youth and families through community-based programs and services. You will be instrumental in helping youth and families to achieve permanency, independence and integration into the community. You will gain professional experience and exposure to the child welfare system. We are looking for 2nd and 3rd shift (overnight) Direct Care Counselors for our Somerville, Brighton, Newton and Boston locations. EOE

Residential Direct Care Counselor Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Dependability and reliability
  • Ensure that the clients are receiving proper care
  • Providing a safe physical/emotional environment
  • Providing supervision
  • Assist in developing and carrying out goals
  • Excellent at conflict management
  • Provide transportation as necessary
  • Adhere to site policies, routines, and procedures
  • Maintain certifications and trainings
  • Attend weekly meetings, in-service trainings and orientation programs

Residential Direct Care Counselor Qualifications:

  • High School graduate or equivalency
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Own reliable transportation
  • Bilingual (Spanish) a HUGE plus
  • Depending on the program, must complete MAP (Medication Administration Program) certification within 3 months of hire date

Residential Direct Care Counselor Benefits:

  • 11 Paid holidays
  • Time off benefits
  • Weekly pay checks
  • Trainings and professional development
  • Medical and dental benefits
  • Tuition reimbursement

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Pay: $21.75 – $22.25 per hour

Bonus. FULL TIME candidates can earn up to $2000!!!

  • $500 upon completion of 90 Introductory period
  • $500 on 6-month anniversary
  • $1000 on your 1 Year Anniversary.
Treatment Coordinator of Services - Network

Bonus. Qualified candidates can earn up to $2000!!!

  • $500 upon completion of 90 Introductory period
  • $500 on 6-month anniversary
  • $1000 on your 1 Year Anniversary.

Benefits:

  • Monday through Friday 9am-5pm
  • Hybrid work model
  • Trainings and Professional Development
  • 11 Paid Holidays
  • Time-off benefits
  • Medical and Dental Insurance
  • Tuition Reimbursement

Treatment/Service Coordinator

Desire to make a difference in a youth or family’s life!

Company Overview:

Communities for People (CFP) is a non-profit agency serving youth and families through community-based programs and services. You will be instrumental in helping youth and families to achieve permanency, independence and integration into the community. CFP will provide you with professional experience, great benefits and working environment. EOE

Learn more about the impact CFP employees make every day at www.c4p.org.

Job Summary: Work as part of CFP’s Family Networks team at a Department of Children and Families Area Office (Hyde Park office) to facilitate service delivery to your assigned caseloads.

Treatment/Service Coordinator Responsibilities:

  • Casemangement duties for assigned caseload
  • Coordinating and facilitating meetings for all families receiving home-based services and/or placement services
  • Develop treatment plans based on family meetings
  • Attend meetings as assigned, which may include traveling around the state
  • Complete all necessary paperwork efficiently and in a timely manner
  • Proficient in report writing and computer skills
  • Work collaboratively to ensure quality service provision is provided

Service Coordinator Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related field
  • Work experience with DCF involved families, provider community and/or related service provider
  • Knowledge of DCF practices and policies preferred
  • Must have valid driver’s license and transportation.
Service Coordinator Salary: $45,000-$47,5000

RHODE ISLAND (PROVIDENCE, RI)

Clinical Director

Company Overview
Communities for People (CFP) is a non-profit agency serving youth and families through community-based programs and services. You will be instrumental in helping youth and families to achieve permanency, independence and integration into the community. You will gain professional experience and exposure to the child welfare system. .EOE

Job Summary:
Oversee all treatment aspects of CFP Programs as assigned. Provide clinical supervision and consultation to assigned staff. Ensure the highest quality of care, service, service environment and compliance.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Promotes and implements a culture of family centered practices by participating and developing family focused events as well as ensuring consistent communication and partnership with parents.
  • Promotes a culture of accountability and high standards of practice in all programs
  • Oversees hiring and training of a sufficiently skilled work force as per agency policies and procedures.
  • Assists in developing, coordinating and providing relevant staff training for employee core competencies
  • Delegates work fittingly and within the organizational structure and stays cognizant of staff abilities, work assignments and contract commitments.
  • Oversees and ensures timely notification of referral dispositions
  • Oversees scheduling case conferences and discharge conferences for clients in assigned programs
  • Participates actively in staff meetings and group supervision
  • Assists in the training and professional development of program staff
  • Chairs case records committee
  • Oversee quality of improvement identifying target goals, objectives and measurable changes
  • Maintains accreditation outcomes and quality of improvement documentation as required
  • Demonstrates fiscal leadership in managing budget as indicated by trends revealed in monthly operating statements

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Independent licensure required. (LMHC, LICSW)
  • 5 Year Supervisory Experience
  • Flexibility in work schedule to work non-traditional hours on occasion.
  • Knowledge of DCYF practices and policies.
  • Home Based Service knowledge and experience
  • Fiscal Management Experience
  • Valid driver’s license and vehicle required.

Benefits:

  • $750 Bonus at 90 days for Qualified candidates after successful completion of the introductory period.
  • Additional retention bonus on qualification: $500 at 180 days and an additional $750 bonus at the year mark.
  • Paid training and professional development
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Generous time off benefits
  • Medical, dental and vision insurance
  • Mileage reimbursement

Pay: $85,000-$90,000

Clinical Supervisor - FCCP

Company Overview:

Communities for People (CFP) serves youth and families through preventative community services (FCCP), community-based residential programs, managed care networks, adoption, foster care, outpatient services and management information systems. CFP strives to achieve permanency, independence and integration with the community for the youth and families we serve. CFP focuses on strengths to foster self, family and community empowerment. EOE

Sign on bonus:

$750 Bonus at 90 days for Qualified candidates after successful completion of the introductory period. Pro-rated for part time and relief staff.

Benefits:

  • Part time or Full time schedule available
  • Salary range $65K-70K (pro-rated for Part Time)
  • Paid training and professional development
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Generous time off benefits
  • Medical and dental insurance
  • Schedule flexibility
  • Mileage reimbursement
  • Additional retention bonus on qualification: $500 at 180 days and an additional $750 bonus at the year mark.
  • Monthly Retention Bonus of $694.50 per month for full time employment. Pro-rated for staff who work less than fulltime hours.

Clinical Supervisor Responsibilities:

  • Creating a child abuse and neglect prevention network in the cities of Central Falls, East Providence and Pawtucket
  • Trained in National WRAP principles and ensures the Wraparound process is implemented with all identified families served by the FCCP
  • Reviews referrals, identifies and coordinated WRAP services for FCCP families
  • Provides field and office based coaching of the Wraparound model
  • Carries a part-time case load
  • Assures all Family Support Care Coordinators (FSCC) are trained in the WRAP model and provides ongoing support, supervision and training
  • Participates in all FCCP intakes
  • Monitors all open cases of the FSCC workers
  • Assists in developing appropriate, individualized services and treatment.
  • Signs all appropriate treatment documentation
  • Accompanies workers on home visits as needed
  • Assists families in identifying and engaging natural supports, discusses and make referrals for immediate service needs
  • Oversees and ensure the principles of the WRAP model are implemented
  • Assists in building and continuously improving community-wide network of formal and informal partnerships throughout the region
  • Provide community training as needed
  • Maintain a comprehensive system of gathering data used to inform quality assurance, quality improvement and outcome tracking
  • Complete all programmatic reporting requirement, clinical documentation and timelines, case records in accordance with practice standards as required by agency and state contracts
  • Assists in the selection, orientation and on-going training of staff, interns and consultant personnel
  • Attend all required meetings
  • Provide on-call support.

Clinical Supervisor Qualifications:

  • Master Degree in relevant field
  • Independent License Required
  • At least 5 years of Human Service experience/1 years Management experience
  • Must have valid driver’s license and transportation.
  • Excellent writing, computer and organizational skills
  • Bi-lingual Spanish preferred
Clinician Homebased - EFSS Program

Benefits:

  • $2,000 signing bonus-$750 Bonus at 90 days for Qualified candidates after successful completion of the introductory period. $500 at 180 days and an additional $750 bonus at the year mark.
  • Paid training and professional development
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Generous time off benefits
  • Medical and dental insurance
  • Vision Insurance
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Schedule flexibility
  • Mileage reimbursement
  • Additional retention bonus on qualification
  • Monthly Retention Bonus of $694.50 per month for full time employment. Pro-rated for staff who work less than fulltime hours.

Communities for People (CFP) is a non-profit agency serving youth and families through community-based programs and services. You will be instrumental in helping youth and families to achieve permanency, independence and integration into the community. CFP will provide you with professional experience, great benefits and pleasant working environment. EOE

Clinician Responsibilities:

  • Providing in-home therapeutic support services to parents, caretakers, and youth involved with DCYF i.e. weekly family meetings, assessments
  • Oversee the treatment planning and assist with the case management of clients
  • Ensuring implementation of family centered practice
  • Advocacy role for the families working with community partners
  • Development and implementation of Individual Service Plans
  • Facilitates case conferences and discharge conferences for clients
  • Oversight of coordinating psychiatric and psychological appointments
  • Provide supervision and parenting supports for families in preparation to reunification
  • Overseeing timely notification of referral dispositions
  • Actively participating in staff meeting and group supervision
  • Providing clinical support to program staff
  • Maintaining client documentation and files
  • Crisis management
  • Providing on-call support

Clinician Qualifications:

  • Masters of Social Work or related field
  • Bilingual (Spanish) preferred
  • At lest 1 year of Treatment Coordinator/Clinician experience
  • Mush have valid driver’s license and own transportation
  • Excellent writing and organizational skills

Pay:
Salary: From $54,000 annually

EFSS - Case Worker

Case Worker Benefits:

  • $750 Bonus at 90 days for Qualified candidates after successful completion of the introductory period.
  • Monthly Retention Bonus of $694.50 per month for full time employment. Pro-rated for staff who work less than fulltime hours.
  • 11 Paid Holidays
  • Paid training and professional development
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Generous time off benefits
  • Medical, dental and vision insurance
  • Schedule flexibility
  • Mileage reimbursement

Company Overview:
Communities for People (CFP) is a non-profit agency serving youth and families through community-based programs and services. You will be instrumental in helping youth and families achieve permanency, independence and integration into the community. You will gain professional experience and exposure to the child welfare system. Our Enhanced Family Support Services (EFSS) team is looking for a Case Worker. EOE

Case Worker Responsibilities:

  • Provide intensive community-based services to youth and their families
  • Ensure individual records are maintained to licensing and accreditation standards
  • Monitor and track client’s day to day activities
  • Development and oversight of treatment planning,
  • Ensuring implementation of family centered practice
  • Advocacy role for the families
  • Maintain collateral contacts
  • Facilitates case conferences and discharge conferences for clients
  • Actively participating in staff meeting and group supervision
  • Providing support to program staff
  • Crisis management
  • Provide on-call support.

Case Worker Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s of Social Work or related field
  • Bilingual (Spanish) preferred
  • At least 1 year child welfare experience preferred
  • Must have valid driver’s license and transportation.
  • Organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Adheres to timelines
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Knowledge of community resources
  • Excellent writing skills

Salary Range: $45,000-$50,000

Family Service Care Coordinator - FCCP

Benefits:

  • $750 Bonus at 90 days for Qualified candidates after successful completion of the introductory period.
  • Paid training and professional development
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Generous time off benefits
  • Medical, dental and vision insurance
  • Schedule flexibility
  • Mileage reimbursement
  • Monthly Retention Bonus of $694.50 per month for full time employment. Pro-rated for staff who work less than fulltime hours.

Company Overview:

Communities for People (CFP) serves youth and families through preventative community services (FCCP), community-based residential programs, managed care networks, adoption, foster care, outpatient services and management information systems. CFP strives to achieve permanency, independence and integration with the community for the youth and families we serve. CFP focuses on strengths to foster self, family and community empowerment. EOE

Family Service Care Coordinator Responsibilities:

  • Creating a child abuse and neglect prevention network in the cities of Central Falls, East Providence and Pawtucket
  • Engage families referred to the FCCP program using the WRAP model principles and philosophy
  • Attend all required WRAP and agency trainings and maintains WRAP certification
  • Completes all required assessments and documentation in designated timeframes
  • Maintains program documentation and family records in accordance with agency and state guidelines
  • Completes data collection as required by CFP and DCYF
  • Provide comprehensive case management as identified in the family plans and meetings
  • Accommodate the cultural, behavioral, medical and any other diverse needs of the families at family team/home meetings
  • Identifies and maintains a working knowledge of available community resources to meet the individual needs of each family and ensures the connection of families to culturally relevant community resources and supports
  • Works with FCCP team to identify funding or other support for all service needs of the families
  • Attend all required meetings
  • Provide on-call support

Qualifications:

  • BS/BA in human service or related field required
  • Bi-Lingual Spanish preferred
  • Minimum 3 years working with families
  • Must have valid driver’s license and transportation
  • Excellent writing, computer and organizational skills4
Pay: $40,000-$45,000 annually
Professional Foster Parents Needed

 

To learn more about the licensing process, contact:

Kathryn Botelho
Phone: 401-481-5430
Email: FosterHopeRI@c4p.org

Or visit CFPFosterCare.org

Residential Direct Care Counselor $750 Sign On Bonus

Job Description

Communities for People (CFP) is a non-profit agency serving youth and families through community-based programs and services. You will be instrumental in helping youth and families to achieve permanency, independence and integration into the community. You will gain professional experience and exposure to the child welfare system. We are looking for 2nd and 3rd shift (overnight) Direct Care Counselors for our Providence locations. EOE

Residential Direct Care Counselor Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Dependability and reliability
  • Ensure that the clients are receiving proper care
  • Providing a safe physical/emotional environment
  • Providing supervision
  • Assist in developing and carrying out goals
  • Excellent at conflict management
  • Provide transportation as necessary
  • Adhere to site policies, routines, and procedures
  • Maintain certifications and trainings
  • Attend weekly meetings, in-service trainings and orientation programs

Residential Direct Care Counselor Qualifications:

  • High School graduate or equivalency
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Own reliable transportation
  • Bilingual (Spanish) a HUGE plus

Residential Direct Care Counselor Benefits:

  • 11 Paid holidays
  • Time off benefits
  • Weekly pay checks
  • Trainings and professional development
  • Medical and dental benefits
  • Vision Insurance
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Tuition reimbursement

Sign On Bonus: $750 Bonus at 90 days for Qualified candidates after successful completion of the introductory period. Pro-rated for part time and relief staff.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Pay: $21.50 – $22.00 per hour

Residential House Manager - STAR Program

Company Overview:

Communities for People (CFP) is a non-profit agency serving youth and families through community-based programs and services. You will be instrumental in helping youth and families to achieve permanency, independence and integration into the community. CFP will provide you with professional experience, great benefits and pleasant working environment. EOE

Job Summary:

To uphold the CFP philosophy and values of care; to assist the Program Director in the daily operation of the site; to provide supervision to direct care staff; and to provide orientation for new clients (regarding tasks such as: the routines, limits, anchor points, and house rules in conjunction with the house staff).

Job Responsibilities:

  • To provide a safe and nurturing home-like environment.
  • To assign the appropriate level of responsibilities and/or tasks to each client and Direct Care Counselor.
  • To develop and monitor activities that meet the educational, recreational, physical and emotional needs of each client.
  • To prepare regular reports of each client’s progress.
  • To keep close contact with the client’s families and monitor all family contact.
  • To provide consistent supervision to house staff.
  • To provide weekly written records to the program office including; logs, incident reports, menus, budget materials, home visit records, staff time sheets.
  • To provide orientation and on site training for staff members
  • To create and submit weekly staff schedules to the appropriate administrative staff.
  • To represent the program to visitors and outside agencies.
  • To maintain & monitor agency standards for the physical site and to ensure that staff are familiar with the standards.
  • To provide weekly written records to the program office including; logs, incident reports, menus, budget materials, home visit records, staff time sheets.
  • Provide emergency on-call to site

Qualifications:

  • Valid Driver’s License and transportation required.
  • Prefer BS/BA in human services or related field and one year prior experience working with either children, youth or residential care OR High School Graduate with two years residential experience working with children and adolescents.

Benefits:

  • $750 Bonus at 90 days for Qualified candidates after successful completion of the introductory period.
  • 11 Paid Holidays
  • Paid training and professional development
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Generous time off benefits
  • Medical, dental and vision insurance
  • Mileage reimbursement

Pay: Hourly rate between $25.50 – $26.00

Treatment Coordinator/Clinician

Company Overview:
Communities For People (CFP) serves youth and families through community-based residential programs, managed care networks, home based services, adoption, foster care and outpatient services. CFP strives to achieve permanency, independence and integration into the community for the youth and families we serve. CFP focuses on strengths to foster self, family and community empowerment. EOE

Treatment Coordinator/Clinician sign on and retention bonus:
$750 Bonus at 90 days for Qualified candidates after successful completion of the introductory period.
Additional retention bonus on qualification:
$500 at 180 days and an additional $750 bonus at the year mark.

Residential Clinician Responsibilities:

  • Oversee the treatment planning and assist with the case management needs of youth between the ages of 13-21.
  • Ensuring implementation of family centered practice
  • Development and implementation of Individual Service Plans
  • Facilitates case conferences and discharge conferences for clients
  • Oversight of coordinating psychiatric, psychological, medical and dental services
  • Overseeing timely notification of referral dispositions
  • Assisting in the training program of staff
  • Actively participating in staff meeting and group supervision
  • Providing clinical support to program staff
  • Crisis management
  • Participating on-call rotation

Residential Clinician Qualifications:

  • Must have a Master of Social Work degree or related degree
  • At least 1 year of clinical experience preferred
  • Must have valid driver’s license and transportation
  • Excellent writing skills / computer literacy
  • Excellent organization and time management skills

Treatment Coordinator/ Clinician Benefits:

  • Clinical Supervision towards licensure
  • Medical, Dental and Vision benefits
  • Time off accruals
  • 11 paid holidays
  • Tuition reimbursement

Salary Range: $50,000-$55,000

Communities for People, Inc., and its affiliated agencies are equal opportunity employers. Persons of color, women and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

 

Foster Parents We are always accepting applications for Foster Parenting.
There is always a child or adolescent waiting for dedicated foster parents. If you can provide a safe and loving home you can be the difference in the life of a child or adolescent in need. You don’t have to own a home, be married, or even have previous experience fostering children. CFP will provide you with specialized training and ongoing support. You will be working as part of a treatment team and providing the nurturing of a parent. We provide you with and a strong support network of experienced foster care workers and fellow foster parents and you will also be compensated. EOE

To learn more:

RI:
Kathryn Botelho
Phone: 401-481-5430
Email: FosterHopeRI@c4p.org

MA:
Jay Turillo
Phone: 617-708-4510
Email: Jturillo@c4p.org

 

Internships
To learn more possible internship opportunities and their availability please contact Sarah Sadooghi at (617) 801-4614.

 

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