JOB TITLE:                          Elder Specialist

PURPOSE:                            Ensure quality services for clients served. Provide crisis intervention for elderly clients.

REPORTS TO:                     Executive Director

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Provide short-term individual and group counseling and case management for clients.
  2. Provide crisis intervention, trauma assessment and services for clients via in-house or home visit services.
  3. Coordinate kinship care support services.
  4. Review cases for quality compliance following CTR guidelines 80% quality assurance.
  5. Supervise and assist in the evaluation of elder case manager, senior companion and interns providing assistance to hotline clients.
  6. Conduct community awareness/education presentations to agencies that serve elderly populations.
  7. Provide follow-up for Denver Police Department-Victim Assistance Unit/Adult Protection Services.
  8. Maintain evaluation measures and reports on program activities.
  9. Assist in quarterly intern meetings and volunteer training sessions (as assigned).
  10. Participate in hotline coverage, weekly case/clinical supervision and program management meetings.
  11. Design and implement program development to enhance services.
  12. Actively participate in agency fundraising events twice a year.
  13. Participate in CTR’s self-care program.
  14. Any other related duties as assigned by Executive Director.

QUALIFICATIONS: Master of social work or master’s degree in related field and/or equivalent experience in crisis counseling and case management.  Three years’ experience in providing services for persons who are elderly. Experience in program management required.  Experience working with crime victims preferred. Bilingual (Spanish) preferred.

SALARY:   Salary Commensurate with Experience. Full health, vision, and dental insurance. Three weeks paid vacation.

HOW TO APPLY: Email your resume and cover letter to cphelps@traumahealth.org. No phone calls please.


JOB TITLE: Bilingual (Spanish) Counselor

PURPOSE: Ensure quality services for clients served. Provide case management, crisis intervention and short-term individual and group counseling and advocacy services.

REPORTS TO:

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Provide short-term individual counseling and case management for clients.
  2. Provide crisis intervention, assessment and services for client via in-house or on-site services.
  3. Review cases for quality compliance following CTR guidelines for 80% quality assurance.
  4. Assist Director of Training and the Internship Specialist in the training and evaluation of interns to provide assistance to hotline clients (as assigned).
  5. Conduct community awareness/education presentations
  6. Maintain evaluation measures and reports on program activities.
  7. Assist in quarterly intern meetings and volunteer training sessions (as assigned).
  8. Participate in hotline coverage, weekly case management, clinical supervision and program management meetings.
  9. Design and implement program development to enhance services.
  10. Actively participate in agency fundraising events twice a year.
  11. Participate in CTR’s self-care program.
  12. Any other related duties as assigned by Executive Director.

QUALIFICATIONS: Master of social work or master’s degree in psychology or related field and/or equivalent experience in crisis counseling and case management. Experience in the provision of trauma services and program management experience required. Bilingual (Spanish) required. Experience working with crime victims preferred.

SALARY:   Salary Commensurate with Experience. Full health, vision, and dental insurance. Three weeks paid vacation.

HOW TO APPLY: Email your resume and cover letter to cphelps@traumahealth.org. No phone calls please.


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