Professional Opportunities at Family Services
Family Services is seeking a full time (40 hours/week) bilingual (English/Spanish) Administrative Support and Data Manager to provide administrative support and data management for its Family and Community Resource Center (FCRC). The Administrative Support Manager will be responsible for administrative duties such as managing the reception desk, creating/distributing the FCRC monthly calendar of activities, newsletters, marketing materials, scheduling and coordinating events, managing social media accounts, conducting informal screening of family members as needed, providing information, and referral resources to clients and community agencies. The Administrative Support and Data Manager will also be responsible for functions such as data operations of the FCRC, including data collection and entry, monitoring and reporting performance data, ensuring data integrity, and creating and reviewing reports. He/she will also work in conjunction with the program staff to ensure that all required data for reporting purposes are up to date and entered into its appropriate database system, and perform other clerical and administrative duties in support of program implementation.
Family Services is seeking a full time (40 hours/week) bilingual (English/Spanish) Case Manager for its Young Empowered Parents (YEP) program. YEP is a community based program which meets the various needs of pregnant and parenting young adults up to age 24 and their children. Services provided through YEP assist young parents in obtaining the necessary skills and knowledge to be competent parents, live independently, lead productive lives, and ensure the healthy growth and development of their children.
FSMV is currently hiring a full-time Bilingual Mental Health Clinician (Spanish/English) to work at its expanding Counseling Center in Lawrence. The ideal candidate will be independently licensed in Massachusetts and want to work with clients ranging in age from childhood to adulthood. FSMV’s Mental Health Clinic is licensed by the Department of Public Health and serves clients with a wide range of diagnoses. Our Daycare and School Outreach Team serves children aged 4 through 18 in school in daycare centers in the Greater Lawrence Area.
Family Services of the Merrimack Valley (FSMV) is seeking a full time (30 hours/week) outgoing and dynamic Volunteer Recruiter for its Big Friends Little Friends (BFLF) and Stand and Deliver mentoring programs! The Volunteer Recruiter will identify and pursue opportunities to promote mentoring and recruit volunteer mentors for youth in our programs. This person will also research and identify potential corporate partners to host the S&D academic mentoring program. The Volunteer Recruiter will participate in the development of a volunteer recruitment plan and take the lead in identifying and executing outreach activities. This person will build relationships with individuals and businesses, conduct individual and group orientations, and represent programs at community events. The Volunteer Recruiter will serve a critical role in executing strategies that enable BFLF and S&D to increase community engagement and, ultimately, our capacity to make a positive impact on local children in need. This is a role that will be a combination of working in the community conducting outreach efforts, at our main office location as well as the potential of some remote work.
The Lawrence/Methuen Community Coalition (LMCC) is seeking a part-time Mass HEAL Study Coordinator to serve as a liaison between the LMCC and the Healing Community Studies Research Team at Boston Medical Center (BMC). The Massachusetts HEALing Communities (HCS) study is a collaboration of BMC, the State of Massachusetts and communities across the state that will study innovative addiction treatment interventions in order to curb the opioid crisis. The Mass HEAL Study Coordinator will serve as the City of Lawrence’s point of contact with the HCS Study Team. The Study Coordinator will be based in the Lawrence while partnering with the HCS research team through December 2022. The Study Coordinator will work in collaboration with LMCC staff to assist the HCS Community Data Manager in the coordination of data collection activities, surveys, focus groups, and key informant interviews.
The Lawrence/Methuen Community Coalition (LMCC) is seeking a Lawrence Drug-Free Communities (DFC) Program Assistant. The DFC program provides substance use and abuse prevention programming for Lawrence youth ages 11-18. With a Task Force composed of local professionals and community residents, the DFC program works to address local substance use problems by implementing a variety strategies that reduce use of alcohol and marijuana (including vaping THC/Marijuana pods) among target youth. The DCF Program Assistant will assist this work by providing administrative functions including social media content creation, data collection, meeting coordination, and communication with sectors representatives.
Family Services is seeking Therapeutic Mentors for the Lawrence, Haverhill and Lowell areas. Therapeutic Mentors provide one-to-one, strengths-based support to children, adolescents, and transition-age youth who have emotional/behavioral challenges. Therapeutic Mentors work in community settings (schools, parks, homes, etc.), teaching youth the skills of communication, conflict resolution, problem solving, and age-appropriate behaviors so that they can succeed in their homes, schools, and communities.
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