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STARRY is committed to employing best practice standards, based on Christian values, to meet the administrative, financial, organizational, and ministerial needs of our family of ministries. An excellent compensation and benefits package is provided.
STARRY is a separate nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization and hiring decisions are made individually by our ministry based on our own needs. It is the policy of Children At Heart Ministries and affiliates not to keep unsolicited resumes on file. A criminal history affidavit is required for candidates applying to positions at STARRY.
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Principle Function: The Administrative Assistant will answer all incoming phone lines, transfer calls; take accurate messages and page staff when emergencies arise; assist STARRY staff in the overall coordination and communication of STAR services, and support in program activities. They will also provide warm welcome and exemplary customer service through in-person and phone interactions with clients.
Education and Experience: Applicant must have a High school diploma and four years experience applicable to the position responsibilities.
Status: Full-time, with benefits.
Consideration: If you would like to be considered as a candidate for this position, please email an application, resume, and brief letter of interest to STARRY Applications. The job posting will remain open until filled.
Principle Job Function: The Counselor II is responsible for providing counseling services to at-risk children and families in the Bellmead area and will serve as a team member of the Waco office.
Work with families in the community meeting STAR or Universal Prevention eligibility: (1) 0-17 years of age; (2) Runaway youth (either currently or threatening); (3) Truant youth; (4) Abused children (experiencing abuse, insufficient for CPS case; (5) At-risk youth for other behavioral problems; (6) Youth involved in deferred prosecution with juvenile probation; (7) Youth placed in residential care for family conflict to reunify family.
• Serve populations that have been historically underserved in McLennan County, including Hispanic and African American residents, as well as people who are living below the poverty line
• Conduct services in areas that provide the most accessibility for community members in order to remove barriers to accessing mental health services
• Report on services and collaborations to the Program Leaders, Team Supervisor, and United Way funders
• Work to increase equity and inclusion in the Waco office by creating and maintaining community relationships and referral sources
• Assist the program in increasing access for diverse populations by educating, empowering, and equipping staff to meet the needs of the community
We believe that to best serve the community, cultural diversity must be centered in the work we do. Our goal is to have a staff that most adequately represents the diverse languages and ethnicities of the populations that we serve. Hence, we strongly encourage people of color and bi-lingual professionals to apply.
Education and Experience: Applicant must have a master’s degree in counseling, social work, or other human services field and related licensure (LPC, LCSW, LMFT, LPC Intern). One year of experience in working with at-risk youth and families. If hired, intern applicants must procure their own board-approved supervisor outside of the agency.
Consideration: If you would like to be considered as a candidate for this position please fill out an application, and send along with resume, and brief letter of interest to email@example.com. The job posting will remain open until filled.