Current Career Opportunities

Talawanda Day Treatment Group Specialist - Sign On-Bonus!

Butler County-Full Time

To have longevity in today’s ever changing business world is a miraculous feat, and we are so proud to say that we, at St. Aloysius have been serving children and families since 1837 - St. Aloysius serves children and adolescents in Southwest Ohio through specialized education, behavioral healthcare, and clinical resources needed to navigate the effects of trauma and mental health challenges. Accredited by CARF, Teaching-Family Association, The Sanctuary Institute, and certified by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, St. Al's finds success working collaboratively with parents, teachers, local school districts, and other professionals to best meet the needs of every child.

 

The Day Treatment Group Specialist will assist in all facets of the daily management of the program and youth attending the program, providing direct, day-to-day therapeutic interventions in accordance with the child’s treatment plan.  Demonstrate understanding of trauma and its effect on child development. Complete written documentation of child’s daily participation in a timely and Medicaid reimbursable manner within the electronic medical record system.

 

Requirements:

  • Must have minimum of Associates Degree in human services, Bachelor’s degree preferred. Five years or more of on the job experience can be considered in lieu of degree.

  • Three years’ experience working with emotionally disturbed children or related experience is preferred. 

  • Must achieve and maintain Teaching Family Model Certification.(TFM)

  • Must pass Therapeutic Crisis Intervention Training which requires mastery of de-escalation techniques, crisis prevention and physical restraint techniques used on youth and adolescents.(TCI)

  • Valid driver’s license, good driving record and proof of current vehicle insurance.

  • Must be 21 years of age or older.

 

Role Expectations:

  • Demonstrate and reinforce the Teaching Family Model through day-to-day teaching.

  • Maintain a safe and orderly therapeutic environment, in accordance with TFM and TCI, including supportive crisis intervention for Day Treatment youth.

  • Demonstrate understanding of trauma and its effect on child Utilize trauma informed approaches to the care of children

  • Used calming techniques to assist in the youth/client situations that might escalate to a problematic status.

  • Collaborate with other individual and group therapists, as well as other internal and external partners, in the effective implementation of therapeutic interventions,

  • Demonstrate understanding of trauma and its effect on child development

  • Modeling and guidance of youth.

  • Assist with Day Treatment group activities.

 

If you enjoy making a difference in the lives of children and their families, we encourage you to apply. 

St. Aloysius offers a competitive salary, excellent benefits and opportunities that are challenging and rewarding.

 

Qualified applicants can email their current resume to: jobs@stalschildren.org

 

St. Aloysius is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Middle School Teacher – Sign-On Bonus! – Small Class Sizes – Full time 10-month position

Hamilton County

To have longevity in today’s ever-changing business world is a miraculous feat, and we are so proud to say that we, at St. Aloysius have been serving children and families since 1837 - St. Aloysius serves children and adolescents in Southwest Ohio through specialized education, behavioral healthcare, and clinical resources needed to navigate the effects of trauma and mental health challenges. Accredited by CARF, Teaching-Family Association, The Sanctuary Institute, and certified by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, St. Al's finds success working collaboratively with parents, teachers, local school districts, and other professionals to best meet the needs of every child.

Teachers are responsible for carrying out the educational program in the on-grounds school and providing educational services to the students at St. Aloysius Education Center. They provide instructional and learning experiences that contribute to the psycho-motor, cognitive, and effective development of each student. Teachers complete academic evaluations, modify curriculum, work with and instructional and support team and attend conferences with parents. Reports directly to the Administrative Director of Academics Services.

 

Requirements:

  • Master’s degree in Education preferred, would consider Bachelor’s Degree

  • Licensed Teacher in Elementary or Middle School Education.

  • Minimum 3 years Education teaching experience required.

  • Working with special education population with behavioral challenges required.

  • Experience writing IEP's

  • Strong interpersonal, collaborative, and communication skills.

  • High energy and commitment to student success and professional development.

  • Strong instructional skills.  

 

Role Expectations:

  • Experience working with children on IEP’s, Attend IEP meetings on each student when needed

  • Comply with Quality Assurance practices.

  • Ability to design each student’s academic program and behavior goals in accordance with the overall treatment plan.

  • Knowledge in the field of special education and Ohio IEP procedures.

  • Experience implementing educational programming for special needs students.

  • Achieve and maintain Teaching Family Model Certification.

  • Achieve and maintain Therapeutic Crisis Intervention Training which requires mastery of de-escalation techniques, crisis prevention and de-escalation  techniques, crisis prevention and physical restraint techniques used on youth and adolescents.

  • Must have the ability to remain alert, observant and physically able to respond appropriately to work situations or emergencies including, but not limited to physical restraint of youth.

If you enjoy making a difference in the lives of children and their families, we encourage you to apply. 

St. Aloysius offers a competitive salary, excellent benefits and opportunities that are challenging and rewarding.

Qualified applicants can email their current resume to: jobs@stalschildren.org

 

St. Aloysius is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Hamilton County, Full time

To have longevity in today’s ever-changing business world is a miraculous feat, and we are so proud to say that we, at St. Aloysius have been serving children and families since 1837 - St. Aloysius serves children and adolescents in Southwest Ohio through specialized education, behavioral healthcare, and clinical resources needed to navigate the effects of trauma and mental health challenges. Accredited by CARF, Teaching-Family Association, The Sanctuary Institute, and certified by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, St. Al's finds success working collaboratively with parents, teachers, local school districts, and other professionals to best meet the needs of every child.

 

Basic Functions:

Nurses (LPN) teach basic health techniques, nutrition, and body functions to promote good health for the children and staff. They are responsible to each other to assure that all team members are prepared for all aspect of their duties, and together they ensure that every child receives completed medical care through doctors, nursing team, and other staff members.

 

Requirements:

  • Licensed Practical Nurse from an accredited school and possess a State of Ohio licensure.

  • 1-2 years of nursing experience, preferably in pediatric psychiatric nursing.

  • Individual must be prepared to work a flexible PRN schedule.

  • Individual must be able to understand and develop and appropriate overview of the Agency’s philosophy and purpose.

  • Candidate must be able to work as part of the treatment team, demonstrating flexibility and cooperation.

 

Role Expectations:

  • The Nurse is responsible for setting up and dispensing medications to the clients at St. Aloysius.

  • The Nurse constantly interprets medical policy and procedures to all treatment staff in school and Day Treatment. The Nurse explains pre and post testing and lab procedures not only to the child, but to the treatment staff as needed. Often these requests must be prioritized very quickly because the demand for information is multiple and immediate. In cooperation with the treatment team, the Nurse monitors and records any reactions to medication which are reported to and interpreted by the psychiatrist.

  • Prepare and administer medications as ordered by the prescribers. Observes for desired or adverse effects of medications and reports them to the prescriber. Responsible for medications for School and Day Treatment. Responsible for medication administration as prescribed during school hours and in compliance with standards for medication administration.

  • Evaluates the seriousness of accidental injury, illness or complaint and treatment appropriately and determines if treatment needs further attention and notify the Guardian.

  • Work as a liaison between doctors, pharmacy, hospitals, school nurses and St. Aloysius staff

 

If you enjoy making a difference in the lives of children and their families, we encourage you to apply. 

St. Aloysius offers a competitive salary, excellent benefits and opportunities that are challenging and rewarding.

 

Qualified applicants can email their current resume to: jobs@stalschildren.org

 

St. Aloysius is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Day Treatment Individual & Group Therapist - Sign on bonus!

Hamilton County

To have longevity in today’s ever changing business world is a miraculous feat, and we are so proud to say that we, at St. Aloysius have been serving children and families since 1837 - St. Aloysius serves children and adolescents in Southwest Ohio through specialized education, behavioral healthcare, and clinical resources needed to navigate the effects of trauma and mental health challenges. Accredited by CARF, Teaching-Family Association, The Sanctuary Institute, and certified by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, St. Al's finds success working collaboratively with parents, teachers, local school districts, and other professionals to best meet the needs of every child.

Day Treatment Group Therapists ensure that the child receives optimal treatment by providing therapeutic services to all youth in the Day Treatment Program, including individual, group, and family therapy. This individual will act as the primary group facilitator for assigned youth in the Day Treatment (DT) Program.

 

Requirements:

  • Master’s degree from an accredited college in social work, counseling, psychology or a related mental health field

  • Must be a LSW or LPC; LISW or LPCC is preferred

  • Must be qualified to provide counseling, psychotherapy, family therapy, and related services to population referred to in-school services

  • Minimum of three years’ experience working with mentally ill youth and their families of different cultural and socio-economic backgrounds, preferred

  • Highly motivated, flexible, independent, excellent communication skills, ability to engage difficult youth and their families, and knowledge of social systems, required

  • Valid driver’s license, good driving record and documentation verifying current automobile insurance

  • Must be 21 years of age or older

  • Must achieve and maintain Teaching Family Model Certification

  • Must achieve Therapeutic Crisis Intervention Training that requires mastery of de-escalation techniques, crisis prevention and physical restraint techniques all for use on youth and adolescents

Role Expectations:

  • Participate in treatment team, transition, discharge, mod and other meetings required to help clients meet their treatment goals

  • Collaborate with DT treatment team members to develop and implement appropriate and effective treatment curriculum for DT groups

  • Collaborate with other individual and group therapists, as well as other internal and external partners, in the effective implementation of therapeutic interventions

  • Lead the and treatment team in the development of individual treatment and behavior plans for each youth

  • Maintain a safe and orderly therapeutic environment, in accordance with TFM and TCI, including supportive crisis intervention 

If you enjoy making a difference in the lives of children and their families, we encourage you to apply. 

St. Aloysius offers a competitive salary, excellent benefits and opportunities that are challenging and rewarding.

 

Qualified applicants can email their current resume to: jobs@stalschildren.org

 

St. Aloysius is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Day Treatment Group Specialist - Sign On Bonus!

Butler & Hamilton County - Full-time - 10 Month position

 

To have longevity in today’s ever changing business world is a miraculous feat, and we are so proud to say that we, at St. Aloysius have been serving children and families since 1837 - St. Aloysius serves children and adolescents in Southwest Ohio through specialized education, behavioral healthcare, and clinical resources needed to navigate the effects of trauma and mental health challenges. Accredited by CARF, Teaching-Family Association, The Sanctuary Institute, and certified by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, St. Al's finds success working collaboratively with parents, teachers, local school districts, and other professionals to best meet the needs of every child.

The Day Treatment Group Specialist will assist in all facets of the daily management of the program and youth attending the program, providing direct, day-to-day therapeutic interventions in accordance with the child's treatment plan.

 

Requirements:

  • Must have minimum of Associates degree in human services, Bachelor’s degree preferred. Five years or more of on the job experience can be considered in lieu of degree.

  • Three years’ experience working with emotionally disturbed children or related experience is preferred. 

  • Must achieve and maintain Teaching Family Model Certification.

  • Must pass Therapeutic Crisis Intervention Training which requires mastery of de-escalation techniques, crisis prevention and physical restraint techniques used on youth and adolescents.

  • Valid driver’s license, good driving record and proof of current vehicle insurance.

  • Must be 21 years of age or older.

Role expectations:

  • Demonstrate and reinforce the Teaching Family Model through day-to-day teaching.

  • Maintain a safe and orderly therapeutic environment, in accordance with TFM and TCI, including supportive crisis intervention for Day Treatment youth.

  • Monitors environment, ensures it is safe place for youth and staff and reports potentially dangerous conditions to the appropriate supervisor.

  • Demonstrate understanding of trauma and its effect on children

  • Utilize trauma informed approaches to the care of children

  • Using calming techniques to assist in the youth/client situations that might escalate to a problematic status.

  • Collaborate with other individual and group therapists, as well as other internal and external partners, in the effective implementation of therapeutic interventions,

  • Demonstrate understanding of trauma and its effect on child development

  • Fully participate in training, consultation and review of TFM.

  • Modeling and guidance of youth.

  • Assist with Day Treatment group activities.

 

If you enjoy making a difference in the lives of children and their families, we encourage you to apply. 

St. Aloysius offers a competitive salary, excellent benefits and opportunities that are challenging and rewarding.

 

Qualified applicants can email their current resume to: jobs@stalschildren.org

 

St. Aloysius is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Intervention Specialist- Sign-On Bonus! - Small Class Sizes - Full-time 10-month

Hamilton County

To have longevity in today’s ever-changing business world is a miraculous feat, and we are so proud to say that we, at St. Aloysius have been serving children and families since 1837 - St. Aloysius serves children and adolescents in Southwest Ohio through specialized education, behavioral healthcare, and clinical resources needed to navigate the effects of trauma and mental health challenges. Accredited by CARF, Teaching-Family Association, The Sanctuary Institute, and certified by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, St. Al's finds success working collaboratively with parents, teachers, local school districts, and other professionals to best meet the needs of every child.

Intervention Specialists are responsible for carrying out the educational program in the classroom. They provide instructional and learning experiences that contribute to the psycho-motor, cognitive, and effective development of each student. Intervention Specialists complete academic evaluations, modify curriculum, work with an instructional and support team and attend conferences with parents.

Requirements:

  • Master’s degree in Special Education preferred

  • Bachelor’s Degree, required.  Emphasis in Special Education, preferred

  • Licensure/Special Education certification, Intervention Specialist (K-12), Mild/Moderate

  • Minimum 3 years Special Education teaching experience, preferred: Will consider new graduate teachers

  • Possess strong instructional skills

  • Current knowledge in the field of special education and Ohio IEP procedures

  • Experience writing IEP’S

  • Strong interpersonal, collaborative, and communication skills

  • High energy and commitment to student success and professional development

 

Role Expectations:

  • Ability to design each student’s academic program and behavior goals in accordance with the overall treatment plan.

  • Attend IEP meetings on each student.

  • Ability to implement educational programming for special needs students.

  • Achieve and maintain Teaching Family Model Certification

  • Achieve and maintain Therapeutic Crisis intervention Certification that requires mastery of de-escalation techniques, crisis prevention and physical restraint techniques.

  • Implement and adhere to the principles and philosophies of the Teaching Family Model.

  • Must have the ability to remain alert, observant and physically able to respond appropriately to work situations or emergencies including, but not limited to physical restraint of youth.

If you enjoy making a difference in the lives of children and their families, we encourage you to apply. 

St. Aloysius offers a competitive salary, excellent benefits and opportunities that are challenging and rewarding.

Qualified applicants can email their current resume to: jobs@stalschildren.org

 

St. Aloysius is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Paraprofessional Educator - Small Class Sizes - Full time 10-month position

Hamilton County

To have longevity in today’s ever changing business world is a miraculous feat, and we are so proud to say that we, at St. Aloysius have been serving children and families since 1837 - St. Aloysius serves children and adolescents in Southwest Ohio through specialized education, behavioral healthcare, and clinical resources needed to navigate the effects of trauma and mental health challenges. Accredited by CARF, Teaching-Family Association, The Sanctuary Institute, and certified by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, St. Al's finds success working collaboratively with parents, teachers, local school districts, and other professionals to best meet the needs of every child.

 

The Para-Professional will be responsible for assisting and implementing academic lessons to the students in their classroom.  This includes classroom assignments, projects, learning centers and any other in-door or out-doors activity.  The Para-Professional will comply with any other duties that may be assigned to them throughout the school day.  The Para-Professional will act consistently in accordance with the philosophy, policies, rules, and regulations of the St. Aloysius Orphanage Family Teaching Model.

Requirements:

  • Associate’s degree or higher. 

  • At least one year of experience of working with children with a mental health diagnosis

  • Ability to accept and incorporate constructive feedback into job duties 

  • Training Department in the Teaching Family Model, Therapeutic Crisis Intervention, and trauma informed care.

 

Role Expectations:

  • Give standardized test to students for IEP purposes

  • Assist with all statewide testing, teaching assignments, and developing lesson plans

  • Lead groups with various assignments

  • Supervise students at all times

  • Monitor and assist students with their assignments

  • Teach lessons when the teacher is out of the room

  • Keep teacher updated on students’ progress and any other issues related to the students in your classroom

  • Attend IEP/ETR meetings when necessary and assist and provide input with the writing of students’ IEPs

If you enjoy making a difference in the lives of children and their families, we encourage you to apply. 

St. Aloysius offers a competitive salary, excellent benefits and opportunities that are challenging and rewarding.

Qualified applicants can email their current resume to: jobs@stalschildren.org

 

St. Aloysius is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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St. Al's is an integrated network of mental health and specialized education solutions for children and adolescents in Southwest Ohio, providing resources needed to manage the impact of trauma--

and move beyond it.

CONTACT

513.242.7600

4721 Reading Road

Cincinnati, OH 45237

info@stalschildren.org

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