At Arden Shore, we believe that:
- Children and families thrive in a safe and nurturing environment tailored to help them rebuild their emotional and physical well-being.
- Children and families are more likely to reach their full potential if they have the opportunity to participate actively in their planning and treatment.
- It is our responsibility to create an environment which nurtures the inherent gifts and talents of children and their families.
- All children and families are capable of learning and changing when they have the tools and support to make healthy choices.
The diversity of the children and families, we serve, and our staff and volunteers enriches and strengthens our ability to build well-being for everyone.
If our core values align with yours, consider becoming a part of the Arden Shore team–dedicated to Rebuilding Children’s Lives.
Arden Shore is looking for great team members in the following roles:
Youth Treatment Specialist
Arden Shore operates a group home for about seven boys, ages 10 – 18 years, making sure each boy has the education they need to develop their own gifts and talents. This position provides day to day supervision, therapeutic care and nurturing to school age boys placed in the group home. The position is responsible for implementing treatment plans by following agency policy to provide for the safety, security and welfare of the children in care, and for participating in supervision and meetings to develop treatment plans and maintain quality child care. Works a flexible rotating shift to ensure 24/day coverage in the facility.
Requirements: Must be at least 21 years of age, must have high school diploma, preferably at least two years of college, and must have a valid driver’s license for his/her state of residence and meet the DCFS requirements to transport children. Experience with school age children is preferred.
Intact Family Case Manager
The Intact Family Preservation Services work to keep families together when it is in the child’s best interest. A preference will be given to Spanish/English bi-lingual candidates. Prior DCFS experience is a plus. A bachelor’s degree in Human Services is required.
Bi-lingual Therapist for Behavioral Health and Support Services
The therapist provides therapy and case management services to children and families in an out-patient mental health setting. Bi-lingual Spanish/English and Master’s degree required.
Let us know you’re interested!
Resumes/letters of interest may be submitted by mail, fax or email to:
Arden Shore Child and Family Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer.