Careers at Professional Counseling Center, P.C. of Port Huron.
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Professional Counseling Center, P.C.
520 Superior Street
Port Huron, MI 48060
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Job Openings (5)
Master level fully licensed Mental Health Therapist(s)
Professional Counseling Center has openings for full time Master level fully licensed Mental Health Therapist(s) to provide compassionate care to individuals in our Port Huron facility.
We are looking for someone who specializes in children and adolescence as well as SUD. The hours would be for mornings, afternoons and evenings. We offer salary or fee split options. Clinicians can work with experienced supervisors and staff. Staff will receive regular supervision. Full time staff can enroll in our benefits programs. Health, Dental, Vision, Long and Short Term Disability and Life insurance are offered. Employees can participate in our 401(k) plan after 1 year of employment.
Professional Counseling Center is an established private agency located in Port Huron, Michigan.
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Home Based Assistant
Professional Counseling Center, P.C. has an opening for part-time person for an intensive home based therapy program in St. Clair County, working with troubled kids and their families, under the direction of a Master Level Therapist. We provide individual and family therapy in the client’s home and community, link with community resources and help with social skills and anger management.
We are looking for energetic, organized, highly motivated people with excellent people skills. Candidates must have a high school diploma, be independent as well as a team player, possess good verbal and written communication skills, and a sense of humor. You must provide your own transportation (mileage is reimbursed) and cell phone.
Hours for the position require an afternoon schedule, (i.e., noon to 8 pm). Monday – Friday up to 20 hours per week. Salary based on experience.
Parenting Time Support Services Worker
Families First-Human Services Worker- 3-County
- To provide in-home, crisis oriented, and appropriate intensive services to families with children at risk of out-of-home placement.
- 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 insures 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
Qualifications and Skills
Education : Bachelor’s degree in the 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 teaching degrees.
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.
Skills : Social Work and human services practice skills, interpersonal skills, time management skills, conflict resolution skills, computer skills, collaboration skills, and documentation skills.
Knowledge : Strengths based family work, solution focused, skill building, child development, child welfare laws, and community resources.
Transportation : Reliable and ongoing as required to make home visits and provide transportation as need to families; valid un-restricted driver’s license, good driving record, and proof of vehicle insurance coverage.
State of Michigan Licensing Requirements: Satisfactory MDHHS Central Registry Clearance, ICHAT, National and State Sex Offender Registry check, and State Police Record Check
- Social Service Technician during the first year of service, or applicable license available for degree for Social Workers.
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