Looking for a challenging but rewarding career? Considering joining the Quality Counseling team.

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

We offer health insurance through PHP, dental insurance through Best Life, Paid Time Off, Sick Leave, and Bereavement Leave.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Home Based Therapist

 Job Description

Home based therapists are to provide high quality, family centered, and culturally competent therapy and counseling in the natural environment of the clients.

The goal of the home based therapist is to administer structure, goal-oriented, time-limited therapy to families who need assistance recovering from physical, sexual, emotional abuse, and neglect. Other issues, including substance abuse, mental illness, personality/behavior disorder, developmental disability, dysfunctional family of origin, and current family dysfunction, may be addressed in the course of treating the abuse/neglect.

Therapist duties will include but are not limited to:

  • Family organization
  • Stress management
  • Self-esteem
  • Communication skills
  • Conflict resolution
  • Behavior modification
  • Parenting skills
  • Substance abuse
  • Crisis intervention
  • Strength based perspective
  • Adoption issues
  • Participating in child and family team meetings
  • Sex abuse
  • Goal setting

Minimum qualifications:

Master’s degree in social work, psychology, marriage and family therapy, or a related human service field, and 2 years related clinical experience or a master’s degree with a clinical license issued by the Indiana Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist, or Mental Health Counselor Board, as one of the following: 1) Clinical Social Worker, 2) Marriage and Family Therapist, 3) Mental Health Counselor. Must also possess a valid driver’s license and the ability to use a private car to transport self and others, and must comply with the state policy concerning minimum car insurance coverage.


Home Based Case Worker

Job Description

Home based caseworkers are to provide high quality, family centered, and culturally competent case work services in the natural environment of the client.

The goal of each case worker is to be effective in reducing maltreatment, improving caretaking and coping skills, enhancing family resilience, supporting healthy and nurturing relationships, and children’s physical, mental, emotional and educational well-being. Home based case workers should help to safely maintain children in their homes (or foster homes); prevent children’s initial placement or reentry into foster care; preserve, support, and stabilize families; and promote the well-being of children, youth, and families.

Duties include but are not limited to:

  • Home visits
  • Participation in DCS Case planning
  • Supervised visitations
  • Conflict management
  • Emergency/crisis interventions
  • Child development education
  • Domestic violence education
  • Parenting education and training
  • Family communication
  • Facilitate transportation
  • Participate in child and family team meetings
  • Advocacy
  • Community referrals and follow-up
  • Develop structure and time management
  • Behavior modification
  • Budgeting/money management
  • Meal planning/preparation
  • Parent training with children present
  • Monitor progress of parenting skills
  • Community services information and develop long and short term goals

Minimum qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, or a directly related human service field from an accredited college. Other Bachelor’s degrees will be accepted in combination with a minimum of five years of experience working directly with families in the child welfare system. Must possess a valid driver’s license and the ability to use a private car to transport self and others, and must comply with the state policy concerning minimum car insurance coverage.

In addition to the above:

  • Knowledge of child abuse and neglect, and child and adult development
  • Knowledge of community resources and ability to work as a team member
  • Belief in helping clients change their circumstances, not just adapt to them

Licensed Therapist

 Job Description

Provide in office counseling for a variety of issues and disorders.

 Minimum qualifications:

A master’s degree with a clinical license issued by the Indiana Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist, or Mental Health Counselor Board, as one of the following: 1) Clinical Social Worker, 2) Marriage and Family Therapist, 3) Mental Health Counselor.


Parent Aide

Job Description

Homemaker/parent aid provides assistance and support for parents who are unable to appropriately fulfill parenting and/or homemaking functions. Paraprofessional staff assists the family through advocating, teaching, demonstrating, monitoring, and/or role modeling new, appropriate skills for coping with the following areas in an effort to build self-sufficiency:

  • Home visits
  • Transportation
  • Supervised visitations
  • Parenting skills
  • Health care
  • Child development education
  • Identify support systems
  • Family reunification/preservation
  • Child nutrition
  • Child safety
  • Advocacy
  • Community resources, referrals and follow-up
  • Develop structure and time management
  • Behavior modification
  • Resource budgeting/money management
  • Home management
  • Housing
  • Self esteem
  • Problem solving and crisis resolution

Minimum qualifications

A high school diploma or GED and at least 21 years of age. Must possess a valid driver’s license and the ability to use a private car to transport self and others, and must comply with the state policy concerning minimum car insurance coverage.


To apply for any of the above positions, completely fill out the following application and fax it to (260) 619-3687 or (260) 739-7610. You can also email it to Maria.Zamudio@qualitycounseling.org

Employment Application