Employment Opportunities

To apply: Send cover letter and resume to dstadler@mattierhodes.org or fax to the attention of David Stadler.

Contact: David Stadler
Phone: 816-471-2536
Fax: 816-471-2521
Email: dstadler@mattierhodes.org

Posting:  08/02/2014

Job Title:  Resource Coordinator

Job Summary:
The primary responsibilities of this position include providing support to student interns pursuing their Masters degree in Social Work. In addition, this position is responsible for the provision of direct services, as well as the coordination of social services within agency identified schools in Kansas City, Kansas. This position is also responsible for participating in program development and evaluation. The management functions of this position include, but are not limited to; providing clinical support and guidance to identified staff members, interns/students. This position will also contribute to the implementation of Mattie Rhodes Center’s strategic initiatives. Flexibility of schedule is required.

Qualifications:
  • Master’s degree of Social Work with clinical experience. 2 years post-Master’s experience with LSCSW or LSCSW eligible preferred
  • Commitment to cultural competency and trauma informed care in provision of services and organizational development
  • Ability to communicate with Vice President, Family Services and Support, student interns, clinicians and other professionals
  • Ability to observe professional boundaries both with participants and other professionals
  • Computer Literate within MS Office products including Excel, Word, and PowerPoint
  • Demonstrated proficiency in the ability to communicate in Spanish and English as well as have an in-depth understanding of the Latino culture and cross-cultural competence preferred

Type:  Part-Time

Salary and Benefits:  Commensurate with experience.  EOE

Deadline:  Until filled

Posting:  07/15/2014

Job Title:  Bilingual Clinical Supervisor

Job Summary:
The primary responsibilities of the Clinical Supervisor include the overall supervision of interns and program staff. The clinical supervisor assures that interns and program staff; maintain effective working relationships with participants, families, co-workers and collaborators at all times; provides clinical leadership and consultation to all clinical staff; facilitates and assures participation in program staff meetings and clinical consultations; advances the concept of cultural competence to all clinical team members; assists in formulating clinical policies and procedures; responsible for program staff and interns schedules, including assignment to assure participant supervision and staff accountability at all times. This position will also ensure the implementation of strategic initiatives so that the organizational, budgetary and community relations objectives are achieved.

Qualifications:
  • Master’s degree Clinical Social Work. 5 years post-Master’s experience, to include 3 years of clinical supervision preferred
  • Valid Missouri license as a clinical social worker (LCSW) with a dual Missouri and Kansas license preferred.Must be able to problem solve and perform multiple tasks simultaneously
  • Demonstrated proficiency in the ability to communicate in Spanish and English as well as have an in-depth understanding of the Latino culture and cross-cultural competence
  • Commitment to cultural competency and trauma informed care in provision of services and organizational development
  • Computer Literate within MS Office products including Excel, Word, and PowerPoint

Type:  Full-Time

Salary and Benefits:  Commensurate with experience.  EOE

Deadline:  Until filled

Posting:  04/17/2014

Job Title:  Bilingual Community Outreach Advocate/Educator

Job Summary:
The primary responsibility of the Community Outreach Advocate/Educator will be to provide education and outreach to the community regarding mental health related issues such as depression, anxiety, and service access. This positions primary focus of outreach and education will be in the Argentine area of Kansas City, KS. This position will work with elementary/middle/high schools, PTAs, churches, and community groups to educate and reduce access barriers to services. Additional responsibilities will include mobilizing and developing training; the planning and development of community activities; maintaining and establishing community relations; writing necessary grant reports; and collecting necessary outcome data. The Community Outreach Advocate/Educator will work to maintain the mission and vision of Mattie Rhodes Center. This position is an exempt position and requires the employee to maintain a flexible schedule.

Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree in social services or related field
  • Demonstrated fluency in English and Spanish
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English and Spanish
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing
  • Computer proficiency (Microsoft Word, Excel, Windows and PowerPoint)
  • Must be able to perform multiple tasks simultaneously
  • Knowledge of community and resources
  • Ability to prioritize and think clearly in crisis situations
  • Ability to communicate with supervisor, interns, counselors and other professionals and to observe professional boundaries both with participants and other professionals

Type:  Part-Time

Salary and Benefits:  Commensurate with experience.  EOE

Deadline:  Until filled