ABOUT US

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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Current Career Opportunities

Non-Tax Certificate Teacher

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.What's this item about? What makes it interesting? Write a catchy description to grab your audience's

 

Basic Function:

Plan, prepare and deliver instructional activities that facilitate active learning experiences.  Develop standards-based lesson plans.  Work collaboratively with Intervention Specialist and other team members.  Attend IEP meetings upon request.  Differentiate instruction to meet the needs of all students.  Participate in department and school meetings, parent meetings.  Keep updated with developments in subject area, teaching resources and methods and make relevant changes to instructional plans and activities. Encourage and monitor the progress of individual students.

 

Requirements:

  • Must have a Bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited institution.

  • Must possess or obtain a non-tax Ohio Teacher Certificate from the Ohio Department of Education.

  • Required teaching experience and knowledge of effective teaching pedagogy.

  • Required knowledge of relevant technology used in the classroom.

  • Prior experience working with students with special needs.

Essential Functions:

  • Identify, provide, and select different instructional resources and methods to meet students' varying needs

  • Instruct and monitor students in the use of learning materials and equipment

  • Use relevant technology to support instruction.

  • Assign and grade class work, homework, tests and assignments

  • Prepare required reports on students and activities

  • Manage student behavior in the classroom by establishing and enforcing rules and procedures

  • Maintain discipline in accordance with the rules and disciplinary systems of St. Aloysius.

  • Apply appropriate disciplinary measures where necessary

 

Key Competencies:

Self-motivation, High energy level, Verbal and written communication skills, Attention to detail

High work standards, Problem solving, Decision making, Organizing and planning, Learning orientation, Critical thinking, Stress tolerance, Flexibility and adaptability, Initiative.

               

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

 

                                                      St. Aloysius is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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.

 

We are looking for an IT Program Support Specialist (Clinical-Facing)

 

The IT Program Support Specialist exists to support the expanded use of IT applications and platforms across St. Aloysius programs and locations in Southwest Ohio. This position will require some travel across these service locations and may also require irregular work hours.

 

Primary responsibility of this position is to support daily IT functions used in organizational services and operations at St. Aloysius.

 

Educational Requirements: Relevant Associate’s Degree or Bachelor’s degree preferred

 

Qualifications:

  • Strong technical aptitude and ability to ramp up quickly when presented with new IT applications or platforms

  • Natural ability to teach; patient, positive, and encouraging

  • Basic programming knowledge, familiarity with Microsoft Office and Outlook 365

 

Clinical-facing Specialist: Prefer experience using Qualifacts or similarElectronic Health Record platform

 

Essential Functions:

  • Desktop Support

    • Set up new users on all centrally managed IT tools, update existing users

    • Accountable for ensuring user protocols and policies are enforced

    • Documentation of training, troubleshooting and security issues

    • Make recommendations for purchases

  • Training

    • Collaborate with relevant Administrative Directors and IT team to design IT application trainings for program-specific software

    • Run trainings on program applications throughout the year and provide one on one support to users as needed

  • Program Technology Upkeep

    • Provide initial user support for program staff around all IT issues

    • Escalate more complex requests to the IT Manager and Admin. Directors.

    • Help to automate administrative processes for better collaboration

 

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

 

St. Aloysius is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Special Education Paraprofessional - 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.

 

Basic Function:

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 

  • Will receive training by our Training Department in the Teaching Family Model, Therapeutic Crisis Intervention, and trauma informed care.

 

Essential Functions:

  • Engage in all offered training, consultations, and supervisions 

  • Give standardized test to students for IEP purposes

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

  • Assist with students’ point cards

  • 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

 

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

 

St. Aloysius is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Manager of Staff Development

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.

​We are currently looking for a Manager of Staff Development

 

The Manager of Staff Development (MSD) is responsible and accountable for:

  • The assessment of organizational staff development and training needs and planning and implementation of resources for the entire agency. 

  • The MSD continuously gathers information from the broad mental health and academic communities, regulatory bodies, internal customers (leadership and staff) as well as recognized professional organizations to formulate and modify staff development resources for the agency. 

  • The MSD brings expertise in adult learning, internal consultation, development of training programs and program delivery to the management team. 

 

Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree in adult education, organization development or related field, Master’s degree in same fields preferred.

 

  • Minimum of three years in direct provision of training or staff development services, preferably in mental health or other health related industry

  • Preferred – five years of experience in progressively more demanding supervisory roles in managing training or staff development functions

  • Proficiency in all Microsoft Office Based products with preferred experience in web based training tools, Visio or other presentation software

 

 

Major Role Expectation:

  • Conduct assessment of organizational staff development, training and learning needs

  • Develop three year strategic staff development plan

  • Develop and manages agency wide master training schedule

  • Develop and manage annual training budget

  • Develop and manage training resources including written materials, web based training, training guides and training tracking systems

  • Deliver training and other presentations

  • Coordinates presentations by outside "experts".  

  • Manage processes to deliver in-house workshops to receive CEU approval.

 

 

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

 

St. Aloysius is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Hamilton County - Butler 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.

Basic Function:

The School Based Therapist must demonstration responsibility for maintaining a safe, secure, and orderly treatment environment by recognizing that his/her behavior impacts children and staff and be willing to examine  and modify interventions independently and in response to supervision. Provide In-School services to individuals and their families who are referred to them. Engage parents and family members in treatment, providing psychoeducational information about nurturing and behavioral management. Collaborate effectively with agency partner involved in treating planning youth and family.

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 five years’ experience working with mentally ill youth and their families of different cultural and socio-economic backgrounds

  • 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​

Essential Functions:

  • Provide school-based mental health services to individuals and their families who are referred to them

  • Complete application process with the family to enroll thm in the mental health system

  • Perform initial assessment of each child

  • Develop a treatment plan with client and family

  • Engage parents and family members in treatment, providing psycho educational information about nurturing and behavior management

  • Provide referral information for families in meeting concrete needs, such as housing, medical care and legal

  • Provide consultation to school staff

  • Collaborate effectively with agency partner involved in treatment planning for youth and family

  • Adhere to all federal, state, local laws and regulations regarding reporting of abuse, intent to harm, and other life-threatening situations

 

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

 

St. Aloysius is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Day Treatment Group Specialist - 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.

Basic Function:

The Day Treatment Group Specialist is part of the St. Aloysius treatment team, committed to the Sanctuary Model and belief that increasing awareness, emphasizing safety, and teaching skills to manage feelings are crucial steps to take in creating an environment that can handle the crucial work of processing change, feelings, past trauma, grief and loss for the children and families that we serve.

 

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.

Essential Functions

  • 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@staloysiuscincinnati.org

 

St. Aloysius is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

Job Type: Full-time

Therapists -- Outpatient

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.

St. Al's is looking for Therapists who will provide counseling services to clients in our Outpatient Services Program.

 

Basic Function:

The Outpatient Therapist provides individual and family therapy services to outpatient clients and families.  Develop a treatment plan within one month of the child’s admission to services.  Perform initial assessment of each child.  Engage parents and family members in treatment, providing psychoeducational information about nurturing and behavior management. Collect all necessary outcome data needed to evaluate services.

Requirements:

  • Master's Degree in social work, counseling, mental health or a closely related field.

  • One to three years of experience working with children with a mental health diagnosis and their families of different cultural and socio-economic backgrounds.

  • Licensure by the Ohio Counselor, Social Worker and Marriage and Family Therapist Board

  • Individual must be highly motivated, flexible, independent, an excellent communicator and have the ability to engage children and their families.

Essential Functions:

  • The Therapist is responsible for providing therapeutic services to the clients. These services include individual and family therapy and group therapy as well as consultation with staff in order to attain treatment goals

  • Provide services to outpatient clients and families.

  • Perform initial assessment of each child

  • Develop a treatment plan within one month of the child’s admission to services.

  • Engage parents and family members in treatment, providing psycho educational information about nurturing and behavior management limited to assessments, service plan, progress reports, and termination report.

  • Collect all necessary outcome data needed to evaluate services.

  • Transport clients in personal or agency vehicles as needed.

  • Be able to effectively implement all aspects of physical restraint per TCI.

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

 

St. Aloysius is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Intervention Specialist - Sign-on bonus!

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.

All employees are part of the St. Aloysius treatment team, committed to the Sanctuary Model and belief that increasing awareness, emphasizing safety, and teaching skills to manage feelings are crucial steps to take on creating an environment that can handle the crucial work of processing change, feelings, past trauma, grief and loss for the children and families that we serve.

 

Basic Function:

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

 

Essential Functions:

  • 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

 

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

 

St. Aloysius is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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