At Hearts & Homes, you are joining an organization where you can make a difference in the lives of youth throughout Maryland who are overcoming adversity! Come and explore opportunities at Hearts & Homes. We are a dedicated staff of child welfare professionals committed to the growth and development of our employees. We currently have employment opportunities, volunteer positions, and internships in Baltimore, Prince George’s, Anne Arundel and Montgomery Counties.
Hearts & Homes offers employees:
- Clinical supervision for Social Workers
- Extensive training program and CEU (continuing education) availability
- Dedicated staff
- Opportunity for promotions
- Employee benefits
We offer a comprehensive employee benefits package, including:
- Generous leave
- Affordable medical, dental, and vision insurance
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
- Company paid life, long-term disability, and AD&D insurance
- 403(B) retirement program and company matching
Social Worker – Group Homes, Young Mother, or Foster Care Program
This position is ideal for an LGSW licensed Social Worker with interest and experience in working with families and youth. We have openings in both our Treatment Foster Care and Residential Group Home programs. The social worker provides services to children and families that have various mental health diagnoses, trauma histories, and challenging behaviors. Social workers provide clinical support, facilitate groups and trainings, and serve as the lead of each young person’s treatment team. These services include but are not limited to educational , psychiatric, and vocational services. An ideal candidate must possess strong clinical assessment skills and the ability to establish and maintain therapeutic relationships with a diverse population. Qualifications include a Master’s Degree in Social Work and a LGSW or LCSW-C license. Hearts and Homes offers free individual and group clinical supervision, agency in-services trainings, and a collaborative supportive work environment.
Residential Child/Youth Care Practitioner – Senior Counselor
The Senior Counselor’s primary function is the supervision of direct care staff. The Senior Counselor performs all parental care and behavior management functions and is an active participant on the Treatment Team.
Must be at least 21 years of age, and: Ability to supervise staff. Be expected to know most aspects of the Child Welfare System (i.e., DSS, DJJ, etc.) HHY policy and procedures and their individual program. Have proven expertise in dealing with clients, their families and case workers. Have the ability to make programmatic decisions. Demonstrate his/her ability to be a Crisis Manager.
The COMAR Regulations require a Residential Child and Youth Care Practitioner (Child Care Worker) to hold a Baccalaureate degree in a human services field, or have two years post-secondary education at the Associate or Undergraduate level and six months experience in working with youths in a group setting, or hold a High School Diploma and have three years experience in working with youth in a group setting. Must be Certified as a Residential Child Youth Care Practitioner
Residential Child/Youth Care Practitioners (Residential Counselors) – Full Time, Relief & Awake Over Night
Counselors are directly responsible for the welfare of our youth by role modeling and mentoring, performing care and behavior management functions, supervising recreational activities, and actively participating on a Treatment Team.
Responsibilities include providing a clean and attractive home environment that is safe and supportive; teaching hygiene practices and good interpersonal relationships; enforcing rules and applying discipline within prescribed limits; ensuring residents receive proper nutrition and healthcare; performing necessary administrative duties and transporting children when required.
Baccalaureate degree in a human services field required; or have two years post-secondary education at the Associate or undergraduate level and one year experience working with youth in a group setting; or hold a High School Diploma and have one year of experience in working with youth in a group setting. Must be flexible and have a strong commitment to the welfare of youth. Individual must complete the new State Board requirement to be Certified as Residential Child and Youth Care Practitioners (RCYCP), formerly known as “Residential Child Care workers”.
We are hiring full-time, relief (relief positions work on an as needed basis), and awake overnight counselors.
Contractual DBT Therapist
As a DBT therapist your primary responsibilities will include: providing standard DBT and facilitating DBT Skills Groups.
Qualifications and Experience
A minimum of 1 year providing standard DBT to children and adolescents (required). Experience facilitating DBT Skills Training Groups to adolescents) Firm knowledge of CBT and behavioral principles such as contingency management, chain analysis, exposure, and cognitive modification. Excellent written and oral communications skills
Required Education and Licensure
Successful candidates must have received graduate level training in DBT or completed a 10 day intensive training through Behavioral Tech, LLC. In addition, candidates must possess a Master’s level or Doctoral Degree in a mental health related field and be licensed to practice in the State of Maryland.
Hearts & Homes is an equal opportunity employer. Prospective employees will receive due consideration regardless of race, creed, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, national origin, disability, marital or veteran status.