Youth and Family Specialist

$33,000 - $35,000 yearly
  • South Central Behavioral Services
  • Kearney, NE, USA
  • Mar 07, 2023
Full time Case Management

Job Description

Youth and Family Specialist


The Position

South Central Behavioral Services (SCBS) currently has an opening for a Youth & Family Specialist in our Children Services program.  Our Children Services program provides direct service to youth and families as needed to maintain youth with their families.  The ideal candidate must have knowledge of child development, crisis intervention and family dynamics.  Effective writing and verbal communication skills and computer skills would also be a requirement.  As a member of the treatment team, you would complete documentation in an electronic health record, as well as participate and communicate with members of the NDHHS treatment team for the best interest of the child.  The starting salary range for this position is $33,000-$35,000, which includes bonuses based on productivity and performance.  Starting wage is contingent upon education and experience.  A Bachelor’s degree in a Human Services related field is required.  SCBS offers an excellent benefit package including health, dental and life insurance and paid time off.  If you are interested, please apply using the link provided.  For additional information, please call 402-463-5684.  EOE.

The Agency


South Central Behavioral Services is a Community Behavioral Health agency providing mental health and substance use services for adults, children, families and as well as foster care services.  South Central Behavioral Services has embraced a self-directed work team (SDWT) management style since 1992.  The teams are groups of individuals co-located doing similar work.  SDWT values employee input, less micromanagement and ways to resolve conflict between individuals.  Accountability is key to SDWT with clear compliance and direct service standards.

Job Requirements

Must have Bachelors degree in a Human Services related field

Must pass background check

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