Careers at STVCC
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Supervise procurement of supplies and services as directed by the Facilities Director. Prepare requests for proposals, solicit bids, assist with vendor selection and ensure contract compliance and financial soundness. Supervise workers to maintain the Agency donation process for material goods including donation pick-up, storage, inventory control, and delivery and set-up of household items to agency clients.
The Refugee Services (RS) program relies on volunteers and community connections to support housing and supplement resettlement and employment services for newly arriving refugees. RS Community Outreach and Housing Coordinator (COHC) will secure housing for clients and will recruit, train, place, track and report on all activities of volunteers related to Refugee Services. The COHC will work closely with the Case Managers (including the Employment Team, ESL Teachers, Facilities Staff and Interns) to identify priorities and match skills and interests of volunteers. The COHC will also be the leader of Refugee Services’ Christmas Giving program and coordinator of annual World Refugee Awareness Week celebrations.
The Youth Advocate II (YA-II) supports CCAP’s program treatment and intervention philosophy by assuring its implementation and practice, and promotes, enacts, and role-models the proper implementation of therapeutic and intervention strategies in working with assigned children/youth placed in the program. The YA-II effectively helps residential units create and sustain a “culture” that recognizes and values progress toward therapeutic goals and fosters an environment where a careful balance between appropriate supervision and allowing a child/youngster develop age-typical skills such as going on outings, making choices about leisure time, purchases, etc. is able to occur.
The mental health/substance abuse therapist will provide clinical service and needed related services for clients who are eligible for and requesting mental health or substance abuse service from the clinic. The mental health/substance abuse therapist participates responsibly in the day-to-day operations of the clinic and agency.
The Foster Care Therapist provides clinical services in the areas of individual and family therapy as well as assists, when needed, with case management service.
The mental health therapist will provide clinical service and needed related services for clients who are requesting Catholic based counseling services. This position will be filled by a faithful Catholic who is fully qualified to provide outstanding clinical and related services, and who will, where appropriate, ground the interventions and desired outcomes in Catholic values, as expressed in Scripture, in the Catechism, and elsewhere in teachings of the Catholic Church.
Provides the children in the Residential Treatment Programs direct care support and counseling based on the asset building treatment plans developed by the therapist and treatment team.