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Children & Families First
2005 Baynard Blvd.
Wilmington, Delaware 19802
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Current Job Openings


Finance Coordinator
Maintain computerized, double-entry modified accrual accounting system. Prepare monthly journal entries and bank reconciliations. Review CFF credit card statements & travel advances and entry into accounting system. Generate monthly and financial statements and prepare reports as assigned. Reconcile general ledger accounts for billing and AR. Assist with month-end/year-end processes and contract billing reconciliation. Back up for processing payroll and account payable. Accounting/B.S in Finance or related degree required. Full-time with benefits.
Intensive Outpatient Services Program

Community Interventionist
Conduct community-based psychosocial groups using a structured format. Provide assessment, planning, referrals, advocacy and collateral contacts on behalf of adolescents and families. Experience in working with families and adolescents preferred. Willingness to learn and understand the fundamental principles of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Functional Family Therapy is required. Strong interpersonal, verbal/written communication skills, required. Ability to work flexible hours, including some evenings, required. Bachelors Degree in Social Work, Counseling or related field required. Position in Kent County. Some statewide travel is required. Possession of a valid driver’s license with reliable transportation required. Part-time/hourly positions, up to 20 hours per week. No benefits.
Intensive Outpatient Therapy

Master's Level Social Worker/Counselor (Sussex County)
Provide intensive, evidence-based model of therapy for families, middle school age children and adolescents. Therapeutic services are provided primarily in the family’s home and community; minimal sessions are conducted in the office setting. Comfort in conducting family therapy in the home/community is required. Experience in working with families and adolescents preferred. Family Therapy training utilizing an evidence-based treatment model will be provided; a commitment to learning and implementing the model is required. Comfort level with home visits and experience with home visiting, required. Strong interpersonal, verbal/written communication skills, required. Ability to work flexible hours, including some evenings, required. Must have strong written and oral communication skills and a strong working knowledge of computers and applications. Master’s degree in social work or related field, required. License eligibility is required. Current licensure is desired. Some statewide travel is required. Possession of a valid driver’s license with reliable transportation required. Full Time with benefits.
Seaford House

Therapist-Expressive Arts
Provide therapeutic education, social skills, music, dance and activity services to youth in a residential setting in Seaford, Delaware. This position requires excellent clinical skills in group work and an ability to adapt the needs of adolescents. The Expressive Arts Therapist is responsible for providing age and developmentally appropriate therapy groups, clinical documentation, and establishing behavioral treatment goals. Knowledge of group leadership skills, age specific growth and development, crisis and behavior management, trauma informed care and the recovery model are assets. Requires a Master’s Degree and related certification in, Music Therapy or Dance Movement Therapy, Minimum 2 years' experience working with a mental health population. Must have flexibility with scheduling. Position based out of Seaford House Residential Treatment program in Seaford Delaware.
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.
Strengthening Families

Family Educators (New Castle, Kent & Sussex Counties)
Conduct parent education groups, as assigned. Follow program curriculum making adaptations as appropriate. Prepare and maintain timely documentation and records in accordance with agency, state accreditation, and other requirements, policies, and procedures. Experience facilitating adult education and/or parent groups and experience working with children, required. Knowledge of child development, parenting skills and strong communication skills, required. Previous experience working with culturally diverse groups, required. BA/BS in related field required; MS/MA, preferred. Bilingual, desirable. Part-time/hourly position, no benefits. 5-10 hrs. per week, afternoon/ evenings (4:00 to 9:00 PM), and possible Saturday morning (9:00 AM-1:00 PM) as needed. Positions available in all three counties.
Supporting Kidds

Master Level Social Worker Team Leaders
Supporting Kidds Master Level Social Worker Team Leaders (2, one in Kent, the other in Sussex County) Seeking two (2) licensed, Master level Social Worker/Counselors needed to oversee curriculum based Healing Pathways bereavement support group for children ages 5-18 and their caregivers. Responsible for supervising volunteers who facilitate the group with children and adults. Implement and oversee group weekly. Run weekly debriefing meetings at conclusion of each weekly group. Serve as point of contact for families who are engaged with group. Experience with working with children and adults required and preference for those with experience working with curriculum-based support groups. Delaware license preferred. Group runs in two cycles, fall and spring one evening per week for ten weeks. Groups will run in Kent & Sussex County. Part-time. No benefits.
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.