Careers at Family Intervention Services
The following positions are available at Family Intervention Services:
Full-time Bilingual Licensed Clinician: The Family Stabilization Program and the Family Crisis Intervention Unit are seeking a full-time bilingual (Spanish speaking) master's level licensed therapist (LAC/LSW/LPC/LCSW) that is interested in working with DCP&P families and families with youth in crisis ages 11-17. The candidate must possess superior skills in time management, completing and managing various paperwork requirements, and utilizing various treatment modalities (long-term, short-term, crisis intervention, family, individual therapy). Sessions are held in the family's home, in the Morris FIS office, and/or in the community (police stations, schools). Must be computer literate and culturally sensitive to work with diverse populations. Individual and team supervision is provided on a weekly basis.
If you are interested please send your resume plus three references to: Ingrid Vaca-Bullaro at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Full-time Child Outpatient Clinician (Bi-lingual Spanish Preferred): Responsibilities for the position include but are not limited to providing clinical counseling services to 26 families per week through the provision of in-office counseling services to children and families with mental health needs. Utilize interventions based on family systemic, behavioral and cognitive modalities of treatment. Collaboratively develop family service plans and goals which are behaviorally specific to families. Provide crisis intervention as needed in-session as well as on a rotation for on-call crisis line. Provide case management as clinically appropriate and collaborate with Children’s System of Care partners, local emergency psychiatric evaluation services and other community providers for best practice and/or outreach. Experience with clinical diagnosis preferred. If you are interested please send your resume plus three references to: Ingrid Vaca-Bullaro at
Crisis Intervention Specialist: The Crisis Mobile Response and Stabilization Services Program is seeking a qualified Crisis Intervention Specialist. The duties of the position include but are not limited to: crisis management with children and families, coordinate and facilitate comprehensive assessments, facilitate the development of ICP’s for children and their families, coordinate crisis management across multi-system linkages during stabilization period, maintain accurate, timely and comprehensive records for each child and family as required. Develop transition plans for the child and family out of crisis intervention and into other services. Requirements for the position include but are not limited to: BA/BSW + 3 years post graduate experience. Bi-lingual Spanish a plus, experience with community relations and crisis intervention. Knowledge of Passaic county resources helpful. Must be energetic, creative and able to work under supervision and as part of a team. Excellent oral and written communication skills, computer literate (Microsoft office). Must have a valid NJ drivers license, reliable transportation, ability to pass a criminal background check and culturally sensitive to work with diverse populations. Competitive salary and excellent benefits package available. Send resume with 2 references to Donna Glinkin at email@example.com or Gino Arevalo at firstname.lastname@example.org put “CMRSS” in subject line or fax to 973-324-7898.
Per Diem - Outpatient Clinicians: Family Intervention Services is in the process of hiring per diem clinicians for their Outpatient Mental Health Program in East Orange and Paterson. The purpose of the Outpatient Program is to support, enhance and encourage the emotional development and the development of an individual's life skills in order to maximize their functioning. These services are designed to preserve or improve current functioning, strengths and resources. Services may be provided individually, in group, or in family sessions. Duties include but are not limited to: counseling and clinical interventions, preparing treatment plans, and coordination of community support. Qualifications for the position include but are not limited to: LCSW or LPC licensed candidates, 2 years clinical experience working in an out-patient mental health environment, crisis management experience, and working knowledge of mental health diagnoses. Bilingual a plus. Culturally sensitive to work with a multi- cultural population. If interested please send resume to Karen Abdullah, email@example.com
Intensive In Community Work (IIC): Family Intervention Services (FIS) is looking for experienced LCSW, LPC OR LMFT's to provide Intensive In Community work (IIC) in Essex, Morris, Passaic and Sussex Counties with children and families involved with NJ's Children System of Care (CSOC) - $75 per hour. LSW's with specialties (Bilingual- Spanish, Developmental Disabilities certification, Sign Language certification) can also apply. Group supervision is provided. Minimum caseload of 5 is required- $55 per hour. Flexible Schedule with evenings and weekends available. Board approved continuing education provided at no cost through the FIS Training Institute. If interested please send resume to Natalie Contreras, firstname.lastname@example.org.