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Children & Families First
2005 Baynard Blvd.
Wilmington, Delaware 19802
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Program centered on teens/sexuality Classroom work in local schools, and individual counseling in community and agency clinics. Excellent written/verbal communication skills with a comfort with public speaking/classroom presentations, required. Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or related field with previous experience in counseling adolescents, required; Master’s Degree in Social Work or related field, preferred. Must have valid driver’s license, which meets the requirements of the agency’s insurance carrier. Full-time (37.5) during the school year; reduced hours during summer (22.5 hours/week for 10 weeks in the summer). Some evening work. Full benefits package. Location: Sussex County
Community Schools

After School Program Coordinator
Serving four City of Wilmington Schools (3 Elementary, and 1 Middle School) to plan, monitor, and oversee the implementation and operation of afterschool programming, designed to provide youth asset, leadership development, and enrichment for school age children. The duties may include: coordination with school staff to recruit youth to participate in the program; work with supervisor to plan and implement developmentally appropriate activities; implement planned and spontaneous activities; coordinate and engage outside contractors and providers to deliver asset development and enrichment activities as appropriate; plan and purchase materials and other resources; provide careful supervision of students; set and maintain appropriate standards for children’s behavior, using non-punitive methods. Travel is required between all four sites; therefore reliable transportation is required. Experience working with school age children and an understanding of their developmental needs, required. Experience with school-age curriculum/activity design are also required. Must have valid driver’s license, which meets the requirements of the agency’s insurance carrier and reliable transportation. Bachelor’s degree in the related field and 2-3 years of experience working with children; or a combination of education and experience is required. Part-time/Hourly position up to 15 hours per week, no benefits.
Delaware Stars

Early Childhood Education Technical Assistant
Provide quality improvement technical assistance strategies to the early childhood and school age childcare community as part of the Delaware Stars program. Knowledge and/or experience in family child care, centers, preschools and school age care with familiarity of DE state regulations on child care, required. Experience working with family child care businesses, desirable. Must have strong interpersonal skills, an understanding of the adult learner, excellent written/ verbal communication and organizational skills with ability to work independently. Requires regular travel to visit programs located in both Kent and Sussex Counties, with occasional state-wide travel for meetings. Office location is in Georgetown. Must have reliable transportation and a valid driver’s license, which meets the requirements of the agency’s insurance carrier. Bachelor’s degree in ECE or related field, required; Master degree preferred. Knowledge and/or experience in specific areas such as early childhood curriculum, assessment, school age and administration, desirable. Experience administering environment rating scales, preferred. Full-time 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.