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Welcome to SVA’s jobs portal, your one-stop shop for finding the most up to date source of employment opportunities. We have partnered with the National Labor Exchange to provide you this information. You may be looking for part-time employment to supplement your income while you are in school. You might be looking for an internship to add experience to your resume. And you may be completing your training ready to start a new career. This site has all of those types of jobs.

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U.S. Marine Corps CLINICAL COUNSELOR- FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM in Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, California

Summary Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS) is looking for the best and brightest to join our Team! MCCS is a comprehensive program that supports and enhances the quality of life for Marines, their families, and others in the Marine Corps Community. We offer a team oriented environment comprised of military personnel, civilian employees, contractors and volunteers who keep the organization functioning smoothly and effectively. Responsibilities The primary duties of the Family Advocacy Program (FAP) Clinical Counselor are to: Deliver comprehensive FAP services to active duty Marines, their family members, and others as authorized by Department of Defense (DoD) policy. Provide non-medical counseling, screening, assessment, evidence-based and informed interventions, service planning, and clinical case management services. Comprehensive non-medical counseling services consists of individual, couple, family and group sessions. Provide services to clients that address emotional problems, behavioral problems, life stressors, domestic abuse, child abuse, and problematic sexual behaviors in children and youth (PSB-CY). Conduct psychosocial assessments with individuals, couples and families and make recommendations for services. Include client in service plan development. Exercise clinical judgment to apply expertise in conducting initial assessments to match the client¿s needs to the most appropriate resources. Conduct ongoing risk assessment and conduct immediate safety planning. Report any suspected child abuse and/or domestic abuse as required by policy and mandated by law. Facilitate psycho-educational groups, classes, and workshops that focus on both prevention and intervention with child abuse, domestic abuse, and PSB-CY. Topics may include anger management, relationship skill-building, effective and healthy communication, and understanding and eliminating power and control. Plan, develop, and implement services and initiatives designed to foster positive healthy relationships within the family structure. Develop and maintain professional standards of service, community referral resources, and maintain a close network with the clinical staff and other service providers. Complete and maintain appropriate documentation related to: intake paperwork, screening tools, risk assessments, safety plans, clinical counseling notes, individualized service plans, clinical case management, collateral notes, contact details, and other documentation as required by FAP policy. Participate in the confidential Clinical Case Staff Meeting (CCSM), which provides clinical recommendations for supportive services, non-medical counseling for victims of child abuse, domestic abuse, or PSB-CY, coordinated case management including risk assessment, ongoing monitoring of child abuse and domestic abuse victims¿ safety, clinical intervention, and appropriate service delivery for alleged abusers who are eligible for services at the military treatment facility. Prepare and participate in the administrative process of the Incident Determination Committee (IDC). Communicate the IDC incident status determination to commanders and others who have a need-to-know status. Provide direct services to include screening, assessment, non-medical counseling, safety planning, and referrals with children exhibiting and those impacted by PSB-CY as well as to the family members. Participate in and provide input to the PSB-CY multi- disciplinary team and attend monthly case review meetings. Maintain case records and track statistical data in accordance with Limits of Confidentiality, Privacy Act, and higher headquarters policy. Establish and maintain command and military community relationships. Collaborate with other military agencies to support and meet client needs. Coordinate with military investigative agencies, military and local civilian law enforcement agencies, and civilian child welfare agencies in response to reports of child abuse incidents. Provide World Class Customer Service with an emphasis on courtesy. Assist customers and communicate positively in a friendly manner. Take action to solve problems quickly. Alert the higher-level supervisor or proper point of contact for help when problems arise. Adhere to safety regulations and standards. Use required safety equipment and observe safe work procedures. Promptly report any observed workplace hazards, and any injury, occupational illness, and/or property damage resulting from workplace mishaps to the immediate supervisor. Adhere to established standards of actively supporting the principles of the Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) program and prevention of sexual harassment. Perform other related duties as assigned This position may require a fluctuating work schedule to complete work assignments outside of the typical work week and work hours (to include weekends as necessary). This is a white-collar position where occasional lifting up to 20 lbs. may be required. Requirements Conditions of Employment See Duties and Qualifications EVALUATIONS: Qualifications A Masters or Doctoral-level degree from a college or university with a program nationally accredited in social work, marriage and family therapy, counseling, psychology, or other appropriate human service and/or mental health professional degree. Highest licensure by a State or National regulatory board that authorizes independent clinical practice that is current, valid, unrestricted and in good standing in at least one of the following: clinical social work, licensed marriage and family therapist, licensed professional counselor, or clinical psychologist that meet the DoD requirements. Must provide a photocopy of licensure with their application. Tier II must have engaged in 2 years, that includes at least 2,000 hours, full-time, post- masters supervised clinical experience. Tier III must have engaged in at least two years post licensure, that includes at least 2,000 hours post licensure or 4,000 hours post graduate degree, full-time clinical experience in a clinical setting. At least two years experience working in the field of child and domestic abuse counseling or treatment. Must be able to work effectively with representatives of local, county, state, and federal social services agencies. One year experience in or ability to obtain, within 1 year of employment, training in all of the following: PSB-CY, child and adolescent development, and trauma-informed care. Experience counseling a wide range of persons in stressful and potentially high-risk situations. Skills to provide non-medical clinical counseling services to victims of child abuse, domestic abuse, and alleged abusers. Must be skilled in conducting client intake to include informed consent, psychosocial assessments, risk assessments, safety planning, development of a service plan, and clinical note taking. Experience in providing services to both military and civilians preferred. Must have knowledge of family structure, dynamics, needs and problems, economic, social, cultural, environmental, and psychological factors in relation to social patterns. Must have training in child and adolescent development, problematic sexual behavior in children and youth, and trauma-informed care. Diagnostic skills in areas of psychological pathology and psychosocial dynamics. Must have knowledge of civilian and military legal information pertaining to family relationships and laws protecting children and elders. Must have knowledge of the professional ethics when working with individuals, couples, groups, children, and families. Working knowledge of the Uniform Code of Military Justice as related to domestic abuse and child abuse is preferred. Must have strong case management skills to include maintain accurate and timely documentation of records and case files. Ensure a smooth implementation and continuum of care, develop and maintain knowledge of referral sources, collaborate and coordinate with other internal departments, outside agencies, and commanders (if indicated) to ensure that client is receiving the most appropriate services. Must be able to serve in an ¿on call¿ duty status outside of normal work hours that includes remaining in a reasonable call back radius, carrying a cell phone, or regularly checking email to respond to emergencies, remaining in a state of readiness to perform work with limitations on pursuing outside leisure activities, and/or reporting to a designated post of duty to be ready to or to perform work. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office products is required and knowledge of electronic case management system is preferred. Knowledge of the military structure and the military environment is preferred. In accordance with Department of Defense Instruction (DoDI) 1402.5, FAP personnel who provide services to children under 18 years of age will be subject to a favorable National Agency Check (NAC) Backgrounds and Security Investigation every five years in order to protect the health, safety, and well-being of children. Personnel must undergo an installation records check (IRC), be subject to the additional requirements of the Childcare National Agency Check and Inquiries (CNACI) and the criteria presumptive and automatic disqualification as specified in section 3 of DoDI 1402.5. Education Additional Information GENERAL INFORMATION: Applicants are assured of equal consideration regardless of race, age, color, religion, national origin, gender, GINA, political affiliation, membership or non-membership in an employee organization, marital status, physical handicap which has no bearing on the ability to perform the duties of the position. This agency provides reasonable accommodations to applicants with disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process, please notify the agency. The decision on granting reasonable accommodation will be on a case-by-case basis. It is Department of Navy (DON) policy to provide a workplace free of discrimination and retaliation. The DON No Fear Act policy link is provided for your review: As part of the employment process, Human Resources Division may obtain a Criminal Record Check and/or an Investigative Consumer Report. Employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a National Agency Check and Inquiries (NACI). For all positions requiring access to firearms or ammunition, the Federal Government is prohibited from employing individuals in these positions who have ever been convicted of a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence, or a felony crime of domestic violence adjudged on or after 27 November 2002. Selectees for such positions must submit a completed DD Form 2760, Qualification to Possess Firearms or Ammunition, before a final job offer can be made. Direct Deposit of total NET pay is mandatory as a condition of employment for all appointments to positions within MCCS. Required Documents: *Education/certification certificate(s), if applicable. *If prior military, DD214 Member Copy This activity is a Drug-free workplace. The use of illegal drugs by NAF employees, whether on or off duty, cannot and will not be tolerated. Federal employees have a right to a safe and secure workplace, and Marines, sailors, and their family members have a right to a reliable and productive Federal workforce. Involuntarily separated members of the armed forces and eligible family members applying through the Transition Assistance Program must submit a written request/statement (may be obtained from the MCCS Human Resources Office) and present ID card with "TA" stamped in red on front of card. INDIVIDUALS SELECTED FROM THIS ANNOUNCEMENT MAY BE CHANGED TO PART-TIME OR FULL-TIME AT MANAGEMENT'S DISCRETION WITHOUT FURTHER COMPETITION. ALL ONLINE APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED BY 1159PM EASTERN TIME (ET) ON THE CLOSING DATE LISTED IN THE JOB POSTING.