Administrative & Development Coordinator Job Opening

Job Position:

Administrative & Development Coordinator, Part-Time – 24 hours per week 

Pay: $16.00 to $18.00 per hour

Job Description:

We’re looking for someone to provide administrative and development support to a small, but growing non-profit. Our administrative and development coordinator should thrive in a non-profit environment focused on serving others, enjoy tackling problems, and have a great track record for client service. This position requires the ability to adapt to change, to be a self-starter, to communicate clearly, and to be organized.

Administrative Core Responsibilities

* Handle all general office administrative tasks including answering phones, responding to general client email inquiries, and filing client and development paperwork

* Enter client related data (i.e. Contact information, group membership, attendance) and other data entry tasks with a high level of accuracy and efficiency

* Assist in data cleanup projects including, but not limited to, identifying and eliminating inaccurate data, record formatting, updating contact information etc.

* Update and maintain mailing lists in Constant Contact and Salesforce

* Update and maintain office calendar with staff meetings, office closing and special events

* Manage and order office and program supplies as needed

* Ensure a neat and orderly office environment

* Provide tours of the building to stakeholders as needed

Development Core Responsibilities

* Create timely and engaging donor acknowledgments for individual gifts, corporate giving, and special events.

* Participate in the production and distribution of donor communications, including direct mail appeals, emails, social media, newsletters and annual reports.

* Assist in maintaining donor and grant databases and files, including calendaring reporting deadlines, updating donor contact information, logging donor appreciation efforts etc

* Assist in the planning of special events; including assisting with creation of invitation lists, designing and printing event materials, and communicating with venue and vendors.

* May occasionally require weekend or evening work for special events (2-3 times a year).

Qualifications

* Commitment to our mission to serve grieving adults, children and families

* Provide fantastic customer service and build relationships with clients, volunteers and other stakeholders

* Ability to independently anticipate and identify problems/needs and solve and/or communicate them appropriately.

* Exceptional organizational skills, time management and attention to detail

* Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing

* Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office Suite, WordPress, Canva, Constant Contact, and Salesforce


Clinical Director Job Opening

7/20/18 Update: This position has now been filled. Thank you to everyone who applied.

Job Position:

Clinical Director

 

Pay:

Salary commensurate with experience (DOE); includes benefits and time off.

 

Part-time Position (25 hours week with potential to increase, includes some evening and Saturdays)

 

To apply: Please email your resume and cover letter to jobs@healingcenterseattle.org.

 

Job Description:

The Healing Center serves the greater Puget Sound region in providing grief support to kids, adults, and families and is seeking a Clinical Director to be responsible and oversee its programs and clinical staff.  The Director will develop, plan, and implement strategies for program continuation and growth while providing clinical training to clinical staff, interns, and volunteer group facilitators.  The candidate must have a positive and supportive attitude and strong belief in the Healing Center’s mission and vision.  This role provides both clinical and personnel supervision of the clinical staff.  Must have the ability to think creatively, solve problems, and have good decision-making skills and like working with small families and kids.

 

Duties and Responsibilities

 

  • Supervise and oversee all aspects of the clinical programs following the mission of the Healing Center demonstrated by setting program strategy goals and objectives.
  • Provides direction to clinical staff in carrying out their individual responsibilities; applies regulations, policies, operational procedures, and objectives; reviews operations in assigned area to ensure high level of quality is consistent with organizational standards.
  • Provides strategic direction and leads the clinical team in meeting the overall objectives of the organization in support of the long term strategic plan of the Healing Center.
  • Develops and implements clinical goals and objectives within the organization and externally with all partners.
  • Demonstrates ability to manage change and organizational design.
  • Promotes effective communication interface, acts as liaison with administrative staff, and the Board to facilitate information-sharing, collaborative problem-solving and adequate provision of services.
  • Recruits and develops all team members and promotes a team effectiveness culture and environment. Delegates appropriately and holds team members accountable.
  • Participates in the organization’s quality assessment and performance improvement program for groups.
  • Provide group facilitation, conducting initial intake assessments with referrals, and potential crisis support. Assess for mental health and behavioral concerns among group members and take appropriate clinical action as needed.
  • Provide outreach to schools and other organizations in need of response to a grief event in the community as needed.
  • Provide twice yearly training to incoming volunteers.
  • Being available/plan/involved with special events throughout the year.
  • Occasional sick/vacation coverage for adult group facilitators.

 

Qualifications

 

  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Marriage Family Therapist, Mental Health Counselor, or Licensed Psychologist
  • Clinical Supervisor approved for Washington State
  • Five plus years of progressively responsible experience and staff supervision, including expertise transforming clinical staff into a high-performance team
  • Minimum of two post-graduate years working with children and families in a clinical setting
  • Experience in training, recruiting, and managing volunteers
  • Ability to provide presentations in the community
  • Understanding of and dedication to the mission of the Healing Center
  • Experience with clinical interventions around behavior and mental health concerns in children
  • Experience with and working knowledge of grief and loss in children across the developmental span
  • Must possess sound judgment; prioritization and follow-through skills; attention to details; dependability; tact; and ability to maintain confidential information.
  • Demonstrated ability to work within a growing non-profit environment
  • Must be able to cope with family/caregiver emotional stress, cultural diversity and be non-judgmental of individual life-styles.
  • Ability to work flexible hours.

 

About the Healing Center:

The Healing Center offers a safe, loving place that honors grief, helping you to move through it and heal. We serve 400+ adults, young adults, teens and children who have experienced the death of a spouse/partner, parent, sibling, child, relative or friend.

  • We provide support and guidance on the grieving and healing process.
  • We offer individual support, as well as programs and activities where you can benefit from the community of people served by The Healing Center.
  • We provide an environment – supported by our community and staff – where you decide when to come, how to grieve, or how long or how often you decide to receive services.

 

The Healing Center’s goal is to support children, adults, and families as they come to terms with the death of a loved one. We offer a variety of services and a community of people. This is a place where bereaved people, adults, and children alike can stop for a little while, rest, be comforted, meet others who understand, and begin to move through their grief so that, ultimately, they can begin to make peace with death and rebuild their lives. The long-term goal is that each person will come to a place of peace and will find new meaning as they reinvest in life. We are a community of people who support each other.


Youth Therapist Job Opening

Update October 9, 2017 — this position has been filled.  Thank you to all candidates that had applied.

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Job Position:

Youth Therapist with Supervision

Pay:

$26-$30 / hour (DOE)

Part-time Position (16-20 hours week)

To apply: Please email your resume and cover letter to jobs@healingcenterseattle.org.

Job Description:

The Youth Therapist is responsible for overseeing all children’s programs and groups held at the Healing Center.  The Healing Center holds groups for kids in pre-school through high school.  This role is initially part-time and has the potential to turn into a full-time position.  This is an outstanding opportunity to manage our existing youth programs and help shape the future of providing grief support to kids across the Seattle area.  The Youth Therapist will work with the rest of the staff at the Healing Center and interact with our other therapists and volunteers.

Duties and Responsibilities

Program Operations (approx. 50% of role)

  • Create all curriculum for all children’s groups
  • Create all curriculum for all parent groups
  • Work with administrative assistant to maintain upkeep of attic space, including cleaning and stocking of supplies for art activities, etc.
  • Coordinate planning and executing children’s program events including Holiday party, Summer BBQ, May Walk, etc.
    • Manage and oversee Healing Center Summer Camp
    • Recruit group members to camp
    • Arrange schedules and outings for each day of camp
    • Write curriculum for camp activities
    • Recruit volunteers for camp each day
    • Manage overall camp as it occurs
    • Communicate with families/caregivers/guardians about logistics of camp
  • Participate in broader Healing Center program activities including Ceremony of Remembrance, Oktoberfest, Annual Luncheon, etc.
  • Speak to media about issues of children’s grief as needed
  • Provide outreach to schools and other organizations in need of response to a grief event in the community as needed
  • Other duties as needed

Clinical (approx. 30% of role)

  • Conduct briefing meetings before each group
  • Conduct debriefing meetings after each group
  • Remain on site (and in group if needed) to respond to clinical emergencies and volunteer/group member concerns
  • Maintain consistent contact with group member guardians/caregivers as needed
  • Assess for mental health and behavioral concerns among group members and take appropriate clinical action as needed
  • Provide information to family/guardians/caregivers about group curriculum and suggestions for discussion questions with group members
  • Participate in staff and clinical staff meetings
  • Occasional sick/vacation coverage for adult group facilitators

Volunteers (approx. 20% of role)

  • Recruit volunteers for children’s programs
  • Interview and screen each volunteer candidate
  • Provide 3 day intensive training 2x/year to incoming volunteers
  • Provide ongoing support and guidance to all volunteers
  • Provide clinical supervision to intern and post-graduate volunteers
  • Comply with various graduate program requirements for interns
  • Communicate with various graduate programs regularly for interns
  • Schedule all volunteers in children’s groups
  • Promote volunteer optimism via volunteer kick-off meetings, social opportunities, and annual Volunteer Appreciation Event

Qualifications

  • Master’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling, Psychology, or other related field
  • Clinical Supervisor approved for Washington State, or ability to become approved within 6 months of employment
  • Licensure, or ability to gain licensure within 6 months of employment
  • Minimum of two post-graduate years working with children and families in a clinical setting
  • Experience with program coordination and program development desired
  • One-year experience in training, recruiting, and managing volunteers
  • Ability to provide presentations in the community
  • Understanding of and dedication to the mission of the Healing Center
  • Experience with clinical interventions around behavior and mental health concerns in children
  • Two years post-graduate experience facilitating psycho-social/support groups, ideally with children or families
  • Experience with and working knowledge of grief and loss in children across the developmental span
  • Must possess sound judgment; prioritization and follow-through skills; attention to details; dependability; tact; and ability to maintain confidential information.
  • Demonstrated ability to work within a growing non-profit environment
  • Must be able to cope with family/caregiver emotional stress, cultural diversity and be non-judgmental of individual life-styles.

About the Healing Center:

The Healing Center offers a safe, loving place that honors grief, helping you to move through it and heal. We serve 400+ adults, young adults, teens and children who have experienced the death of a spouse/partner, parent, sibling, relative or friend.

  • We provide support and guidance on the grieving and healing process.
  • We offer individual support, as well as programs and activities where you can benefit from the community of people served by The Healing Center.
  • We provide an environment – supported by our community and staff – where you decide when to come, how to grieve, or how long or how often you decide to receive services.

The Healing Center’s goal is to support children, adults, and families as they come to terms with the death of a loved one. We offer a variety of services and a community of people. This is a place where bereaved people, adults, and children alike can stop for a little while, rest, be comforted, meet others who understand, and begin to move through their grief so that, ultimately, they can begin to make peace with death and rebuild their lives. The long-term goal is that each person will come to a place of peace and will find new meaning as they reinvest in life. We are a community of people who support each other.