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Join our team! According to our Staff Survey, the three things that PCC most provides to our employees is a flexible schedule, the type of work we do and our positive family atmosphere. If that sounds like a place you would like to work then look below for our current opportunities! This page is updated periodically so check back often.

Job Openings (4)

Updated 06.23.22


Family Reunification Program 

Family Worker

Are you looking for a truly flexible work environment? Many employers consider leaving the office once when your family needs you, as “flexible.” PCC recognizes that you may have a weekly soccer game to get to, or an orthodontist appointment that can’t be missed. What about your child’s track and field day or school trip to the zoo? Here at PCC we understand the need to balance your personal and professional life!  Join the PCC team and experience an understanding and dynamic workplace!  We offer a competitive salary, benefits, staff enrichment, and the strong potential for advancement!

We are searching for a full-time Human Services Professional to provide case management interventions in St. Clair and Sanilac Counties to families whose children are returning from foster care. This is your chance to change a family or a child’s life! You will provide families with interventions that may include: budgeting, resume building and employment searches, applying for benefits, parenting education and modeling, evidence-based solution focused brief therapy, safety planning, chore, structure, and routine development, mental health needs, and home hygiene. Take advantage of this role’s flexible schedule, access to free human services training, individual and group supervision, and the opportunity to build relationships with other service providers in the community!

You will set most of your own schedule, combining in person and remote work. You will work with a maximum of five families for two face-to-face hours each week. You will be required to complete case documentation, and will work alongside a clinically trained Team Leader on each case. A Bachelor’s Degree in the Human Services field is required (Social Work degree preferred.) Flexibility is essential, organization with scheduling is key, and the ability to work evenings and occasional weekend hours is important. Life is short, work somewhere you will love!

Competitive Benefits Offered:

  • Ability to advance
  • Cofinity Medical Insurance
  • Dental, Vision, Life, Short and Long Term Disability
  • 401K
  • Flexible scheduling
  • Remote work for some job tasks (paperwork, trainings, some meetings- approximately 50%)
  • Paid sick time earned monthly from date of hire, ability to use after 90 days of employment
  • Paid vacation time earned from date of hire, ability to use after six (6) months of employment and case coverage during your vacation
  • Eight paid holidays per year
  • Enrichment activities, including on site events
  • Paid time for council, committee, and board activities

Please send any resumes to Christina Agle cagle@pccporthuron.com


Families First of Michigan Worker 

Full Time

Job Summary: To provide in-home, crisis oriented, and appropriate intensive services to families with children at risk of out-of-home placement in St. Clair and Sanilac counties. The Families First Worker coordinates the delivery of services for the purpose of increasing the family's ability to function successfully in its community. Works cooperatively with other service providers including referring staff from the Department of Health and Human Services. Maintain thorough, timely, and accurate documentation in client records. 

Responsibilities and Duties: Monitors and ensures the safety and well-being of all assigned clients. Provides all necessary service referrals and/or direct services to any/all family members to meet any/all individual, family, or program goals. Documents all progress for clients. Works cooperatively with any/all service providers 

Skills: Social work and human services practice skills, interpersonal skills, conflict management skills, resolutions skills, and documentation skills. 

Knowledge: Strengths based family work, solution focused, skills building, child development, child welfare laws, and community resources. 

Experience: Prefer one year of directly related in-home service regarding parenting, child development, or prevention services. Field experience working with children and families with multiple problems and the overall ability to relate to and engage with families is paramount. 

Education: Bachelor's degree in human services field, I.E. Social work, psychology, sociology, Family and Child Development, Family Services, Criminal Justice or other human services fields; unable to accept a teaching degree. 

Transportation: Reliable and ongoing as required to make home visit and provide transportation as needed to families; valid un-restricted driver's license, good driving record, and proof of vehicle insurance coverage

Please send any resumes to Haylie Brennan-Lossing hbrennan@pccporthuron.com


Home based Therapist

Interested in a career in the mental health field but need experience? Join our established agency and work with professionals that value your time, expertise, and  you! Here at Professional Counseling Center we understand the need for flexibility, the desire for upward mobility and advancement, as well as a family friendly workplace! We offer a competitive salary and a flexible work schedule, with the strong potential for advancement!

We are currently hiring for a full-time Home Based Therapist who will provide intensive therapeutic services to children and their families in St. Clair County. The position offers a flexible schedule, access to free clinical training, individual and group supervision, and relationship building with other service providers in the community. The earning potential for this position is limitless! The position entails a combination of in-person and remote work, with the ability to set most of your own schedule. This individual will provide therapy in the home and community with children and teenagers, 4-17 years old, along with completing necessary documentation, and will work alongside a Home Base Assistant on each case. The position requires a Master’s Degree in the Human Services field (Social Work, Counseling, or Psychology) with a clinical license (LMSW, LLMSW, LPC, LLPC, LP, TLLP). Flexibility is essential, organization with scheduling is key, and the ability to work evening hours is required. Life is short, work somewhere you love!

Competitive Benefits:

  • Salary or Fee split pay of $40 per face to face hour of intervention
  • Ability to advance
  • Free Evidence-Based Practice Training
  • Free licensure supervision
  • Cofinity Medical Insurance
  • Dental, Vision, Life, Short and Long Term Disability
  • 401K
  • Flexible scheduling
  • Remote work for some job tasks (paperwork, supervision)
  • Paid sick time earned monthly from date of hire, ability to use after 90 days of employment
  • Paid vacation time earned from date of hire, ability to use after six (6) months of employment and case coverage during your vacation
  • Eight (8) paid holidays per year

Email resume to Kaiytlin at krumenapp@pccporthuron.com


 

FTBS Pathways to Potential Worker

Come join the PCC team and experience a family friendly workplace!  We offer a competitive salary and a flexible work schedule, with the strong potential for advancement!

We are currently hiring for a full-time position in the Human Services field, providing case management and therapeutic interventions to families in St. Clair County (most of the time) for families that may have an open DHHS case or at risk or removal due to various reasons. This is your chance to change the outcome of a family or child’s life! Interventions could include budgeting, employment seeking, applying for benefits, parenting education and modeling, evidence-based solution focused brief therapy, safety planning, chore and structure/routine development, mental health needs, and home hygiene. The position offers a flexible schedule, access to free Human Services training, individual and group supervision and relationship building with other service providers in the community. 

The position entails a combination of in-person and remote work, with the ability to set some of your own schedule. This individual will work with a maximum of six families for three face-to-face hours each week, along with travel and documentation. The position requires a Bachelor’s Degree in the Human Services field (Social Work degree preferred.) Flexibility is essential, organization with scheduling is key, and the ability to work evenings and some weekend hours is important. Life is short, work somewhere you will love. Mileage reimbursement and some phone reimbursement is provided. Salary $30,000-32,000 a year depending on experience.

Competitive Benefits Offered:

  • Ability to advance
  • Cofinity Medical Insurance
  • Dental, Vision, Life, Short and Long Term Disability
  • 401K
  • Flexible scheduling
  • Remote work for some job tasks (paperwork, supervision)
  • Paid sick time earned monthly from date of hire, ability to use after 90 days of employment
  • Paid vacation time earned from date of hire, ability to use after six (6) months of employment and case coverage during your vacation
  • Eight (8) paid holidays per year

Send resumes to Jessica at jclift@pccporthuron.com


 

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PCC is seeking a dedicated person to fill a part-time position (20-30 hr) in our Sanilac County Life Skills Program. This person is required to have a Bachelor's degree in the Human Services field along with a minimum of 2 year(s) of experience providing direct client services in the human services field, and basic knowledge and ability to access community resources that address basic needs such as food, shelter, education and employment, and shall be familiar with the laws and rules which apply to MDHHS. This individual will be responsible for providing in-home case management and strength focused interventions to families in Sanilac County. Cases include CPS, Foster Care and Youth In Transition. This role requires a vehicle and license (mileage reimbursement monthly), flexibility in work schedule and availability to work evening hours. This position offers some remote work and health benefits. $13.50-17/hr depending on education and experience. If you are looking for flexibility and a great place to work, this is the position for you.PCC is seeking a dedicated person to fill a part-time position (20-30 hr) in our Sanilac County Life Skills Program. This person is required to have a Bachelor's degree in the Human Services field along with a minimum of 2 year(s) of experience providing direct client services in the human services field, and basic knowledge and ability to access community resources that address basic needs such as food, shelter, education and employment, and shall be familiar with the laws and rules which apply to MDHHS. This individual will be responsible for providing in-home case management and strength focused interventions to families in Sanilac County. Cases include CPS, Foster Care and Youth In Transition. This role requires a vehicle and license (mileage reimbursement monthly), flexibility in work schedule and availability to work evening hours. This position offers some remote work and health benefits. $13.50-17/hr depending on education and experience. If you are looking for flexibility and a great place to work, this is the position for you.Save