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Children & Families First
2005 Baynard Blvd.
Wilmington, Delaware 19802
Fax: (855)-295-5339

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Assist in maintaining the operation of desktop/laptops, e-mail, printers, scanners, internet connections, mobile devices (iOs, Andriod) and telephones. Responsible for the daily administration of an existing network environment. End User Support: Provide replacement and maintenance of desktop and laptop computer systems (including peripherals) Tier 1 Help Desk Administration through tickets or phone. Follow up on outstanding requests and ensure timely resolution. Create accounts and configure hardware as part of on-boarding process. Support audio and video equipment. Manage and monitor internal assets to ensure accurate inventory records. Requirements: Knowledge of Windows XP, Windows 8, and MS Office applications. Experience in Windows computer/networking administration. Hands-on experience in computer hardware, software, and printer troubleshooting. General understanding of TCP/IP networking. Strong knowledge of computer technology and a drive for learning new information. Excellent end-user relationship skills. Reliable transportation; valid driver’s license. Associates degree specific to field applied with at least one year of experience of workstation/end user support experience; or equivalent combination of education, experience and training. Preferred: Microsoft and/or A+ certifications. Knowledge of Windows 8 Pro. Position based in Wilmington, DE. with some travel as needed to other offices within the state of Delaware. Full-time position with benefits.
Seaford House

Relief Counselors
Under the supervision of the shift supervisor, the position is responsible for guiding the residents through the daily routine. Includes monitoring the shift period for behavior and/or sleep patterns; documentation and record keeping; preparing meals; and supervising clients in recreational therapy. Document and chart resident performance and behavior, compile statistics and other documentation of resident performance and behavior. Participate in and guide resident participation in recreational therapy and creative art therapy exercises and activities; assist in planning of such programs. Escort residents to medical, dental, and other professional appointments.Previous counseling experience, preferably with adolescents. Strong oral and written communication skills, required. Valid driver's license.Associate’s degree (A.A.) in counseling, social sciences, or human services preferred; or three to six months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. High school diploma is required. Casual/hourly positions. No benefits.
Seaford House

Substance Abuse Therapist
Provide evaluative, diagnostic, and psychotherapeutic services to adolescents and their families. Consult with medical (psychiatric and nursing) and education staff regarding clinical issues. Provide community based therapeutic services in homes, schools, community centers and other appropriate locations. Evaluate staff documentation and client progress notes to ensure the consistency of the treatment plan, Administer drug screening as needed. Provide on-call clinical coverage, as needed. Current Delaware license (LCSD or equivalent) or eligibility for licensure within specified time frame, required. Part-time evening hours.
Warner Elementary and Shortlidge Academy Wilmington

Parent Outreach Partners
Foster relationships with parents and other members of the school community and work with groups and community based collaborations through formal and informal contacts. Establish linkages with neighborhood-based organizations for the purpose of information gathering, referral and advocacy for families. Engage parents in school activities through community outreach. Support parent resource center activities at school, including information and referral to services for families as appropriate. Maintain communication with parents of all services, trainings, and program opportunities available through the community schools project. Work in partnership with the Community School Site Coordinator to plan ongoing workshops, trainings and seminars for parents. Maintain attendance records for all parent activities and classes. Positions are based at the Warner and Shortlidge Elementary Schools, which are part of CFF’s Red Clay Community Schools Initiative. Applicants must live within the Red Clay School District feeder area for the school and be a current or former parent of a child or children at the school. High school graduate or GED with 2 years of related experience, required; AA degree with experience desirable. Part-time, hourly positions. Up to 25 hours/week. 10 months/ year.