Employment Opportunities

The professional staff at Bethany for Children & Families has been keeping children safe and helping parents care for their children since 1899. It is this spirit, dedication, and commitment that drives the agency to meet and respond to the needs of children and families in our community.

Bethany is committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all people regardless of race, color, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, marital status, national origin, citizenship status, disability or veteran status.

DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT & COMMUNICATION

FULL-TIME | MOLINE, ILLINOIS

Bethany for Children & Families is looking for a Director of Development & Communication to work in our Development Office in Moline, Illinois. This position will report directly to the President/CEO of the agency.

Date Available: January 17, 2022

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Application Deadline: February 1, 2022

The Director of Development & Communication provides leadership and management to the fund development and communication and marketing programs of the agency. He/She will ensure that the mission of Bethany for Children & Families is advanced by increasing the public awareness of its mission, services, and programs and by developing and sustaining strong

financial support from the community.

 

Performance Objectives:

o Enhance the visibility of the agency in the community by:

o Developing effective marketing materials including newsletters,

annual reports, brochures, and other promotional materials.

o Participation in community public events.

o Keeping the public informed about agency activities and events by maintaining good relationships with the print and electronic media and insuring that the agency receives frequent and favorable press.

o Assisting the President as a community liaison.

o Increase the financial resources of the agency by:

o Planning and implementing a fund development program.

o Identifying potential donor/prospects, researching and segmenting donor/prospect needs, interests, and goals with the agency's needs, developing a plan for contact, and coordinating the solicitation of all prospects.

o Planning and coordinating annual appeals, special events, planned giving programs, and capital campaigns.

o Proving leadership, education, and support to agency volunteers in the fund development process.

o Maintaining the agency database of donors.

o Recruiting volunteers to assist in the program.

o Coordinating the Board Development and Marketing Committee.

o Diversify the funding sources of the agency by:

o Assisting other staff in defining potential funding sources for

specific programs.

o Writing and/or assisting other staff and volunteers to secure

foundation and corporate grants.

o Improve the operations of the agency by:

o Keeping abreast of professional trends through a review of

literature and attendance at professional meetings and workshops.

o Recommending appropriate policies and procedures for the

effective operation of the agency.

o Developing and managing the marketing/public relations and

fundraising budget of the agency.

o Participating as a member of the management team of the agency.

 

Qualifications:

The Director of Development & Communication shall have:

o Bachelor's degree in Liberal Arts with an emphasis in communications,

marketing, fund development or a related field. CFRE designation

desirable.

o Proven track record in raising funds in the not-for-profit sector.

o At least five years experience in fund development and marketing.

o Sensitivity and responsiveness to cultural differences in the community.

o Knowledge and experience with constituency development and cultivation,

donor solicitation strategies, proposal writing, direct mail, special events,

planned giving, estate planning, capital campaigns, and gift processing,

management and reporting.

o Experience in management in a not-for-profit setting.

o Knowledge and experience in developing marketing materials, and in

communicating effectively in writing and orally.

o Knowledge and experience in working with donor/donation management systems (Network for Good), website management software (Wix), and Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Publisher).

o The ability to fulfill all of the regulatory requirements for employees of Child Welfare Agencies as are prescribed in Illinois Administrative Rule and Procedure, including successful completion of the criminal background investigation, clearance from the Illinois CANTS and Iowa Registry, and certification as a driver of children by the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services.

o Ability to transport self and access to an automobile.

 

Interested candidates are invited to submit a cover letter and resume to Bethany for Children & Families, c/o Human Resources, P.O. Box 697, Moline, Illinois 61266 or email to ghagen@bethany-qc.org.

 

EOE

CHILD WELFARE SPECIALIST ASSISTANT (CASE AIDE)

FULL-TIME | MOLINE, ILLINOIS

Date Available: IMMEDIATELY

Hourly Rate of Pay: Commensurate with experience

Application Deadline: Until position is filled

Bethany for Children & Families has a current, entry-level opening for a highly motivated individual to work in our Illinois Foster Care programs out of our Moline office. The position requires working with Illinois children, youth and their families.

 

Performance Objectives:

The Case Management Assistant will be:

  • Responsible for providing transportation of clients and assisting the Case Manager in the provision of services to clients referred to the agency.

  • Responsible for assisting in the provision of family supervision during child/parent visitation.

  • Able to develop a supportive relationship with the clients assigned to him or her, and work collaboratively with other members of the service delivery team.

  • Able to manage a workload which involves decision making skills, using time in an organized and structured manner and be flexible in scheduling requirements.

  • Available to work late afternoon/early evening, and one to two weekend days a month.

 

Qualifications:

The Case Management Assistant shall:

  • Have a High School Diploma; a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related field is preferred.

  • Be able to maintain a flexible schedule in response to program needs or caseload assignments.

  • Have the ability to effectively communicate both orally and in writing.

  • Possess a valid driver’s license and vehicle insurance.

  • Pass agency-required background checks.

 

To learn more about Bethany for Children & Families’ Illinois Foster Care programs, visit our website at www.bethany-qc.org. Click on Services, Child Welfare Services, then Foster Care and Licensing.

 

This full-time position comes with a generous vacation, sick and holiday pay package, as well as receiving Bethany contributions to a 403(b) Thrift Plan (retirement plan) upon meeting plan eligibility criteria. An option of two health plans, one with an H.S.A. benefit that includes Bethany contributions, and dental insurance and vision insurance are also offered.

 

Interested candidates are invited to submit a cover letter and resume to Bethany
for Children & Families, c/o Human Resources, 1830 6th Avenue, Moline, Illinois
61265 or email a cover letter and resume to ghagen@bethany-qc.org .

EOE

FOSTER CARE LICENSING REPRESENTATIVE
MOLINE / ILLINOIS - FULL-TIME

DATE POSITION WILL AVAILABLE - IMMEDIATELY!

SALARY: NEGOTIATED

The Foster Care Licensing Representative performs all of the various processes related to the recruitment, assessment, training, licensing, and periodic monitoring of foster homes that are served within any of the Illinois Department of Children & Families Services (IDCFS) contracts held by this agency. The primary focus of a Licensing Representative is to support and maximize the well-being of children in the care of the agency’s foster care programs.

 

POSITION SPECIFICS:

1. Recruit individuals, couples, and families as potential foster parents.

2. Perform appropriate family assessments on potential foster parents.

3. Complete the required paperwork and act as the liaison between the agency and IDCFS to secure final approval for foster parent licenses.

4. Maintain foster family home files and records per IDCFS rules, regulations, and procedures.

5. Perform monitoring functions related to licensing requirements for foster family homes.

6. Work cooperatively with multiple program supervisors regarding availability of homes.

7. Plan and implement foster care training in collaboration with other members of the foster care team, as well as with other community professionals.

8. Maintain a professional relationship with peers and other service referral resources and providers.

9. Attend meetings related to agency services and/or staff training.

10. Further the mission of the agency by actively participating in the accomplishment of the agency’s strategic plan.

11. Perform other duties as assigned.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

The Licensing Representative shall have:

1. A Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or related field; a Master’s Degree preferred.

2. Prior experience in licensing and monitoring of Illinois foster family homes.

3. Experience in foster care case management.

4. Successfully completed the examination(s) related to the licensing/approval of foster families.

5. A valid driver’s license, auto insurance, and reliable transportation.

6. The ability to fulfill all of the regulatory requirements for employees of Child Welfare Agencies as are prescribed in Illinois Administrative Rule and Procedure, including successful completion of the criminal background investigation, clearance from the Illinois CANTS, Health Care Registry, and Iowa Registry, and certification as a driver of children by the IDCFS.

7. A flexible schedule that can be tailored in response to program needs or the schedules of the foster family home caseload assignments.

8. Sensitivity and responsiveness to cultural differences in the community.

9. Effective communication skills, orally and in writing.

10. A commitment to the agency’s vision, mission, philosophy, structure, and goals with an ability to work as part of a multi-person treatment team.

 

This full-time position comes with a generous vacation, sick and holiday pay package, as well as receiving Bethany contributions of 8% to a 403(b) Thrift Plan (retirement plan) upon meeting plan eligibility criteria. An option of two health plans, one with an H.S.A. benefit that includes Bethany contributions, and dental and vision insurance are also offered.

To learn more about Bethany for Children & Families and the Foster Care
Program, visit our website at www.bethany-qc.org , click on Services, Child
Welfare Services, and then click on Foster Care and Licensing.

 

Interested candidates are invited to submit a cover letter and resume to Bethany
for Children & Families, c/o Human Resources, 1830 6th Avenue, Moline, Illinois
61265 or email a cover letter and resume to ghagen@bethany-qc.org .
 

EOE

CASE MANAGER, THERAPEUTIC RECREATION PROGRAM

FULL-TIME / MOLINE, ILLINOIS

Date Available: Immediately!

Salary: Negotiated

Application Deadline: Until position is filled

Bethany for Children & Families has an exciting opportunity for a Case Manager to work in our after-school, Therapeutic Recreation Program out of our Moline, Illinois office. The Case Manager will implement recreational, leisure, and educational components of program services within the Therapeutic Recreation Program. Ideal candidates must have an outgoing personality with the patience and desire to work with children between the ages of 8 and 17, and be able to maintain a flexible schedule in response to program needs or caseload assignments.

Performance Objectives:

The Case Manager will maintain a service caseload as determined within the specific program plan by:

  • Assessing the appropriateness of requests for services and interpreting the agency’s services effectively to the client.

  • Formulating a preliminary and tentative assessment of clients’ functions and reviewing appropriate information with the Supervisor to develop an effective case plan/treatment plan commensurate with the clients’ needs.

  • Managing a workload which involves decision-making and accountability; using time in an organized and structured manner to provide services to clients assigned to his/her caseload and meet performance objectives.

  • Maintaining case records, submitting required reports, providing statistical data, etc., in accordance with the agency’s expectations.

  • Meeting regularly with the program Supervisor to discuss clinical issues, issues surrounding service delivery, and critical issues requiring supervisory consent or referral source authority.

  • Developing and utilizing knowledge of agency and community resources appropriate to established case plans, and assessing the usefulness to individual client’s needs.

  • Being readily accessible to his/her clients for meetings according to their schedule or contract requirements at client-convenient times of the day or night.

  • Demonstrating a capacity and initiative to increase professional skills and knowledge.

  • Maintaining a professional relationship with peers and other service referral resources and providers.

  • Attending meetings related to agency services and/or staff training.

 

Qualifications:

The Case Manager shall:

  • Possess a Bachelor’s degree in social work or a human services field for a Case Manager I, a Bachelor’s degree in social work or a human services field and five years experience for a Case Manager II, a Master’s degree in social work or a human services field and two years of experience for a Case Manager III, and a Bachelor’s degree in social work or a human services field and ten years experience (or eight years with a Master’s degree) for a Case Manager IV.

  • Have the ability to fulfill all of the regulatory requirements for employees of Child Welfare Agencies as are prescribed in Illinois Administrative Rule and Procedure, including successful completion of the criminal background investigation, clearance from the Illinois CANTS, Health Care Registry, and Iowa Registry, and certification as a driver of children by the Illinois Department of Children & Family Services.

  • Have the ability to provide their own transportation in performing job requirements, including a valid driver’s license and acceptable insurance coverage.

  • Meet the eligibility requirements for a case management position as assigned by the contracting state department of Iowa or Illinois.

  • Maintain a flexible schedule in response to program needs or caseload assignments.

  • Have sensitivity and responsiveness to cultural differences in the community.

  • Effectively communicate orally and in writing.

  • Be committed to the agency’s vision, mission, philosophy, structure, and goals with an ability to work as part of a treatment team.

  • Be able to lift 30 lbs.

 

This full-time position comes with a generous vacation, sick and holiday pay package, as well as receiving Bethany contributions of 8% to a 403(b) Thrift Plan (retirement plan) upon meeting plan eligibility criteria. An option of two health plans, one with an H.S.A. benefit that includes Bethany contributions, and dental and vision insurance are also offered.

To learn more about Bethany for Children & Families’ Therapeutic Recreation Program, go to www.bethany-qc.org. Click on Services, Community Services and Therapeutic Recreation.

EOE

FOSTER CARE CHILD WELFARE SPECIALIST

FULL-TIME | MOLINE, ILLINOIS

Date Available: Immediately

Salary: Based on education and experience levels

Application Deadline: Open until filled

Bethany for Children & Families has a Full-Time opening for a Child Welfare Specialist in our Illinois Foster Care Unit. This individual needs to be highly motivated to work with Illinois youth and their families while managing a workload which involves decision-making and accountability, using time in an organized and structured manner, and maintaining a flexible schedule. Applicants must be available outside of normal business hours, including some evenings and weekends, to assist families in meeting goals or responding to crisis. Further position requirements include effectively communicating both orally and in writing, and possessing good computer skills.

To learn more about the program on our website, go to www.bethany-qc.org, click on Services, Child Welfare Services, and Illinois Foster Care.

Position Requirements: The Child Welfare Specialist must:

  • Possess a Bachelor’s degree in social work or a human services field with two years experience.

  • Have the ability to fulfill all of the regulatory requirements for employees of Child Welfare Agencies as are prescribed in Illinois Administrative Rule and Procedure, including successful completion of the criminal background investigation, clearance from the Illinois CANTS, Health Care Registry, and Iowa Registry, and certification as a driver of children by the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services.

  • Have the ability to provide own transportation in performing job requirements, including a valid driver’s license and acceptable insurance coverage.

  • Meet the eligibility requirements for a case management position as assigned by the contracting state department of Illinois.

  • Maintain a flexible schedule in response to program needs or caseload assignments. The Child Welfare Specialist must be available outside of normal business hours, including some evenings and weekends, to assist families in meeting goals or in responding to crisis.

  • Have sensitivity and responsiveness to cultural differences in the community.

  • Effectively communicate orally and in writing.

  • Be committed to the agency’s vision, mission, philosophy, structure, and goals with an ability to work as part of a treatment team.

  • Be able to lift 30 lbs.

  • Be able to carry car seats to and from the office and children’s home.

  • Be able to physically attend to young children and infants.

Position Specifics:

The Child Welfare Specialist is responsible for providing case management social services to children, youth, or families assigned to his/her caseload as per the specified program plan. The Child Welfare Specialist must be able to develop a supportive relationship with the clients assigned to his/her caseload and assist them in addressing and meeting the needs and goals documented in the specific program treatment plans. At the time of a crisis, the Child Welfare Specialist is available and prepared to meet a family or a youth at various locations including the client’s home at times that may not comply with normal business hours.

This full-time position comes with a generous vacation, sick and holiday pay package, as well as receiving Bethany contributions of 8% to a 403(b) Thrift Plan (retirement plan) upon meeting plan eligibility criteria. An option of two health plans, one with an H.S.A. benefit that includes Bethany contributions, and dental and vision insurance are also offered.

EOE

 

PROGRAM SUPERVISOR
FULL-TIME | MOLINE, ILLINOIS

Date Available: Immediately
Salary: Commensurate with experience
Application Deadline: Open until filled


Bethany for Children and Families has an immediate, full-time opening for a
Foster Care Program Supervisor. The Foster Care Program works with families
involved with the Illinois Department of Children & Family Services due to reports
of abuse or neglect where children have been placed in substitute care. The
Foster Care Program works to promote permanency by maintaining,
strengthening and safeguarding the functioning of families to 1) prevent
substitute care placement, 2) promote family reunification, 3) stabilize foster care
placements, 4) facilitate youth development, and 5) ensure the safety,
permanency and well-being of children. The position will serve Rock Island,
Henry and Mercer counties in Illinois.

 

Performance Objectives:
The Program Supervisor will:
• Provide direct case management supervision and support to the Foster
Care Case Managers, ensuring compliance with DCFS and program
polices, monitoring of service provision, quality assurance, and working
collaboratively within a team environment,
• Also be required to perform some direct case management
responsibilities.


Qualifications:
The Program Supervisor position requires applicants to have:
• A Master’s Degree in social work or related field,
• Two years of supervisory experience,
• The ability to pass applicable background checks,
• A valid driver’s license,
• The ability to work flexible hours, including some evenings and weekends,
• Computer proficiency,
• Strong organizational skills, and
• Strong written and verbal communication skills.

 

This full-time position comes with a generous vacation, sick and holiday pay

package, as well as receiving Bethany contributions to a 403(b) Thrift Plan
(retirement plan) upon meeting plan eligibility criteria. An option of two health

plans, one with an H.S.A. benefit that includes Bethany contributions, and dental and vision
insurance are also offered.

 

To learn more about Bethany for Children & Families and the Foster Care
Program, visit our website at www.Bethany-qc.org , click on Services, Child
Welfare Services, and then click on Foster Care and Licensing.

 

Interested candidates are invited to submit a cover letter and resume to Bethany
for Children & Families, c/o Human Resources, 1830 6th Avenue, Moline, Illinois
61265 or email a cover letter and resume to ghagen@bethany-qc.org .

 

EOE

PARENT EDUCATOR

FULL-TIME | MOLINE OFFICE

Date Available:  October 1, 2021

Salary:  Based on education and experience levels

Application Deadline:  Open until filled

Bethany for Children & Families has a current opening for a Parent Educator to work out of our Moline, Illinois office. The Nurturing Parent Program and Positive Parenting Program are two early intervention programs funded through the Illinois Department of Children & Families Services. Services are geared toward DCFS involved families with a goal of preventing out of home placement for their children or assisting parents in reunification efforts. Individual parenting sessions will be conducted in the home. Developing and implementing a group parenting component will be part of job responsibilities.  The Parent Educator will utilize an evidenced-based curriculum to deliver services.

To learn more about our programs and services, go to our website at www.bethany-qc.org.  Interested candidates are invited to submit a cover letter and resume to Bethany
for Children & Families, c/o Human Resources, 1830 6th Avenue, Moline, Illinois
61265 or email a cover letter and resume to ghagen@bethany-qc.org .

Position Requirements:

The Parent Educator shall have:

1. A Bachelor’s degree in social work, human services, or education, depending on the specific service field and contract requirements. Preference will be given to applicant with a Master's degree and/or certification in the Nurturing Parent Program.

2. The ability to provide own transportation in performing job requirements, including a valid driver’s license and acceptable insurance coverage.

3. The ability to assess, develop, and execute agency and program goals and objectives.

4. The ability to work within a team framework, contributing to and supporting established agency decisions, processes, procedures, and policies.

5. Sensitivity and responsiveness to cultural differences in the community.

6. The ability to fulfill all of the regulatory requirements for employees of Child Welfare Agencies as are prescribed in Illinois Administrative Rule and Procedure, including successful completion of the criminal background investigation, clearance from the Illinois CANTS and Iowa Registry, and certification as a driver of children by the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services.

7. The ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing.

8. The ability to maintain a flexible schedule in response to client-need.

Position Specifics:

The Parent Educator is responsible for providing educational, community, or social services to children and/or parents assigned to his/her caseload and under the parameters of the guiding program plan. The Parent Educator must be able to develop a supportive relationship with the clients assigned to him/her and assist them in meeting the needs and goals documented in the specific program treatment plan. The Parent Educator will maintain a service caseload as determined within the specific program plan by:

a) Assessing the appropriateness of requests for services and interpreting the agency’s services effectively to the client.

b) Formulating a preliminary and tentative assessment of client’s functioning and reviewing appropriate information with the Supervisor to develop an effective case plan/treatment plan commensurate with the clients’ needs.

c) Managing a work load which involves decision-making and accountability; using time in an organized and structured manner to provide services to clients assigned to his/her caseload and meet performance objectives.

d) Maintaining case records, submitting required reports, providing statistical data, etc., in accordance with the agency’s expectations.

e) Meeting regularly with the Program Supervisor to discuss clinical issues, issues surrounding service delivery, and critical issues requiring supervisory consent or referral source authority.

f) Developing and utilizing knowledge of agency and community resources appropriate to established case plans, and assessing the usefulness to individual client’s needs.

g) Being readily accessible to his/her clients for meetings according to their schedule or contract requirements at client-convenient times of the day or night.

h) Demonstrating a capacity and initiative to increase professional skills and knowledge.

i) Maintaining a professional relationship with peers and other service referral resources and providers.

j) Attending meetings related to agency services and/or staff training.

This full-time position comes with a generous vacation, sick and holiday pay package, as well as receiving Bethany contributions to a 403(b) Thrift Plan (retirement plan) upon meeting plan eligibility criteria. An option of two health plans, one with an H.S.A. benefit that includes Bethany contributions, dental and vision insurance are also offered.

EOE

BEHAVIORAL HEALTH COUNSELOR

FULL TIME / DAVENPORT, IOWA

POSITION WILL BE AVAILABLE: Immediately

SALARY: Negotiated

Bethany for Children & Families is looking to expand their mental health division with qualified Behavioral Health Counselors. The Behavioral Health Counselor will provide skill-building interventions that improve symptoms of mental health challenges and associated behavior. Behavior intervention includes services designed to modify the psychological, behavioral, emotional, cognitive, and social factors affecting a member’s functioning. Behavioral Health Counselors will work to enhance a client's quality of life by teaching skills needed to be successful in the home, school, and community environments.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Assist clients in learning appropriate ways to manage mental health challenges

  • Empower client to improve day-to-day functioning

  • Consistently meet with BHIS clients to ensure utilization of authorized units

  • Provides professionally appropriate transportation as necessary to accomplish treatment goals.

  • Establishes positive relationships with clients, family and their support network.

  • Develop the clients service plan and review the plan every 90 days

  • Manage the prior authorization process

  • Provides clinical supportive interventions in accordance with the service plan

  • Document service provision, progress notes and contacts with clients within the clinical record.

  • Ensure documentation requirements are met for BHIS services in a timely manner

  • Coordinate services and build a support network around clients by working with authorized collateral sources such as parents, teachers or other community agencies as appropriate.

  • Makes necessary referrals and serves as liaison with other agencies

  • Attend department and agency meetings as required

  • Represent the agency at community events and networking opportunities

  • Other duties as assigned (This job description is not a listing of all-inclusive duties and responsibilities of an incumbent).

Job Performance Dimensions:

• Interpersonal Relations: Maintains harmonious working relationships with others, both internal and external to the agency. Treats individuals served, coworkers, supervisors, and other associates with care, courtesy, and respect.

• Planning and Organizing: Sets priorities and establishes schedules necessary to perform jobs within acceptable time frames.

• Team Work: Works with others to achieve common goals and to contribute to a positive, productive working environment. Willingly assumes additional responsibility to support team efforts.

• Adaptability: Works effectively under changing conditions. Contributes appropriately to the changing conditions of the agency and clients and reacts to change productively.

• Professionalism: Represents Bethany in a positive manner both inside and outside the agency; dresses and carries self in an appropriate manner.

• Initiative: Uses and seeks out existing and new resources; performs without constant supervision. Looks for and suggests ways to improve Bethany’s services.

• Supervisory Relationship: Maintains an appropriate relationship with the supervisor to facilitate flow of information and implementation of decisions.

• Verbal and Written Communication and Presentation Skills: Expresses self in a clear, articulate manner; submits all reports in a timely manner.

• Job Knowledge: Applies specific job knowledge.

• Cultural Awareness: Demonstrates sensitivity and responsiveness to cultural differences in the community

Qualifications:

  • Valid driver’s license and driving record deemed acceptable by Bethany for Children & Families

  • Bachelor’s degree in social sciences field with 1 year experience in child mental health required

  • Bachelor’s degree in non-social science field with 2 years’ experience in child mental health required

  • Ability to work some evening/after school hours and weekends as needed

  • Computer competency

 

This full-time position comes with a generous vacation, sick and holiday pay package, as well as receiving Bethany contributions to a 403(b) Thrift Plan (retirement plan) upon meeting plan eligibility criteria. An option of two health plans, one with an H.S.A. benefit that includes Bethany contributions and dental and vision insurance also offered.

To learn more about Bethany for Children & Families, visit our website at www.bethany-qc.org.

Interested candidates are invited to submit a cover letter and resume to Bethany
for Children & Families, c/o Human Resources, 1830 6th Avenue, Moline, Illinois
61265 or email a cover letter and resume to ghagen@bethany-qc.org .

 

EOE

THERAPIST Mental Health (SCHOOL-BASED)
Multiple positions due to Program Expansion

$1,000 Sign-on Bonus
FULL-TIME | DAVENPORT and NORTH SCOTT School Districts
Date Available:
Immediately
Salary: Commensurate with experience
Application Deadline: Open until filled


Bethany for Children & Families is looking to fill multiple school-based
Therapist positions. Therapists will be assigned to work in a designated school in
the North Scott and Davenport school districts, and will be based out of our Davenport, Iowa office.


Position Requirements:
Applicants must have a Master’s degree in Social Work, Counseling, Therapy or
related human service field from an accredited program. Candidates must
possess excellent public relations skills, excellent written and verbal
communication skills, strong relationship building skills, and the ability to work
independently.


Position Specifics:
The Therapist will be responsible for providing services to children and/or
families, as well as adults and will need to manage a full caseload. The Therapist
will also:
• Provide intake/evaluation services as a member of a multi-disciplinary
team,
• Complete intake paperwork,
• Perform diagnostic assessments,
• Collaborate with other Bethany for Children & Families staff, school
personnel and community resources as needed,
• Provide individual, family, and group therapy, and
• Manage a full caseload and workload while completing reports in
accordance with timelines and adhering to social work practice ethics and
agency/Council on Accreditation requirements.


Visit our website at www.bethany-qc.org for a complete description of our
School-Based Therapy program. Click on Services, Mental Health Services, then
School-Based Therapy.


Interested candidates are invited to apply by mailing a cover sheet and resume
to Bethany for Children & Families, c/o Human Resources, P.O. Box 697, Moline,
Illinois 61266 or email to ghagen@bethany-qc.org.

A $1,000 Sign-on Bonus is being offered for this position.

 

EOE