A Youth Care Worker provides nurturing, therapeutic support and supervisionof our children and youth throughout the course of all daily activities and responsibilities.
We are currently hiring for both full-time, part-time and substitute positions.
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Attn: Tracy Donovan
Human Resources Office
P.O. Box 749
Versailles, KY 40383
We are a non-profit agency of the Kentucky United Methodist Church with over 140 years of service to children and families with histories of abuse, neglect and family trauma that has resulted in emotional or behavioral challenges in the children. We have a variety of programs both residential and community based. With two campuses and over 110 employees, we work as a unified, supportive team to meet the needs of our clients. Our goal is to help our clients find healing and build a brighter future through professional therapeutic interventions. We are interested in expanding our services to include Community Mental Health Services and are seeking a qualified candidate to build and lead this program as the Community Outreach Coordinator.
The Community Outreach Coordinator will be responsible for developing a broad-based community mental health services program for individuals and families in the Owensboro/Daviess County area. Programs will be developed to meet the unique needs of the community. Experience in developing programs from the ground up is a plus. Prior utilization of evidence-based practices preferred. This position is responsible for hiring and supervising additional therapists as programs grow and will be a member of the Mary Kendall Leadership Team.
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Attn: Marie Hicks
Human Resources Office
201 Phillips Court
Owensboro, KY 42303
We are seeking qualified candidates for Permanent Part-Time Weekend Youth Counselors for the Independent Living Program in Lexington for all shifts. Youth Counselors provide direct care and supervision for the youth. Dependable, self-motivated persons are highly desired. Must be 21 years of age. Minimum qualifications include Bachelor’s Degree in a human services field or high school diploma or GED with 1 year experience working with at-risk youth or other social services field, a valid Kentucky Driver's License andmust submit to extensive background.
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