Employment Opportunities

For more than forty years, 180 Turning Lives Around has been a leader in empowering survivors to heal from domestic violence and sexual assault. In addition to our comprehensive, confidential, and free services for survivors, we educate and advocate for the social change needed to create cultures that prevent abuse.

We rely on our dedicated and brilliant staff to do this important work in partnership with our impressive volunteers, and our team is growing! Please review the current openings below.

Bi-Lingual Case Manager / Administrative Assistant / PART TIME

Part Time Case Manager/Administrative Assistant needed for the Amanda’s Easel Creative Arts Therapy Program of 180 Turning Lives Around. Successful candidate will manage scheduling of clients; conduct phone intakes and will assess needs and services for assigned families. Duties will also include maintaining accurate client records, program statistic data entry and other administrative clerical tasks.

Qualifications: Bachelors Degree in social work (BSW), counseling or related field preferred. One to three years experience with children and families affected by domestic violence, preferably in a mental health setting. Strong computer skills with excellent verbal and written communication skills needed – Bi-lingual Spanish or Portuguese, A NJ driver’s license in good standing is required.

Please send all resumes to : 180 Turning Lives Around, 1 Bethany Rd., Bldg. 3, Suite 42, Hazlet, NJ 07730 – Attn: Geri Tully; Fax to 732-264-8655 or e-mail to gerit@180nj.org . EEOE.

Domestic Violence Counselor – part time (15 hours)

180 Turning Lives Around has an open position for a part-time (15 hours) domestic violence counselor to work in the Hazlet office. Work hours are flexible but include late afternoon and evening hours. Will provide trauma-informed individual supportive counseling sessions and facilitate weekly support and education group(s) for survivors of domestic violence. Will provide occasional presentations on domestic violence and 180 services to community groups and professionals.

A Master’s degree in social work or related discipline and professional licensure required (LCSW/LPC preferred). Experience with individuals/families affected by domestic violence preferred. Experience with sexual violence, child abuse and a DVS is a plus.

Must possess strong verbal and written communication skills and understand victim confidentiality, ethics and professional boundaries and be able to work from an empowerment model.

Must have 40 hours of domestic violence training (can be provided upon hire). Must have cleared fingerprint and background check, CARI check.

Send resume to: 180 Turning Lives Around, 1 Bethany Rd., Bldg. 3,

Suite 42, Hazlet, NJ 07730. Attn: JanetL, fax to 732‐264‐8655 or e‐mail to janetl@180nj.org. AA/EOE.

Children’s Therapist / PART TIME – 10 hour

A part time Children’s therapist position is available for the Keeping Families Together Program (KFT). This Master’s level, licensed clinician will provide direct therapeutic support to children and their families identified by the Division of Child Protection and Permanency under Keeping Families Together Model.

This therapist will provide ongoing in home psychosocial assessment, counseling services to children (newborn to 15 years) participating in the program. The candidate will need to have the ability to assess children, adults, families; create treatment plans and provide different modalities of treatment. Additionally, this individual will participate in IEP meetings, collaborate with CMO and early intervention for those children/ families in need.

Master’s degree in Social work required. Professional licensure ; LSW/LPC preferred. Minimum 2 years post masters counseling experience with knowledge in play, art and trauma based modalities. Knowledge of the dynamics of domestic violence, sexual violence, child abuse, and trauma. Candidate must have an understanding, knowledge and experience in the treatment of mental health, substance abuse, diverse populations, and cultural competency.

Candidate must possess strong clinical, communications, problem-solving, advocacy, networking and collaboration skills.

The KFT clinician will work in the greater Monmouth County area with a primary location in Long Branch.

NJ Driver License in good standing and a criminal background/CARI check is required with 180TLA and DCP&P.

Please send resume to: 180 Turning Lives Around, 1 Bethany Road, Bldg. 3, Suite 42, Hazlet, NJ 07730, attn: Geri Tully. or email: gerit@180nj.org. EOE.

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