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Position Title: Teaching English Abroad

Location: Shanghai, China

Job Description: Based in Boston, with an international office in London, English First is one of 16 divisions of Education First. Focusing on language training and world travel, Education First has over 40,000 employees, 500 schools and offices, and locations in 107 countries. English First (EF) was selected as the 2019 Best Education Company to work for in Asia. EF has been chosen as the language interpreter for the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyongyang, South Korea, the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan and the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, China.

Weekly Hours: 35

Compensation: $1900 - $2000 /month based on qualifications. They also offer visa processing, airport pickup on arrival, meet/greet with staff and colleagues, housing support, city orientation, online EF community, EF co-pay health insurance, free hotel first two weeks at EF, weekly EF sponsored social/cultural events, $1100 flight allowance, and10 paid annual leave days plus 11 national holidays

Contact/Application: https://www.promiseopensdoorstesol.org/landingpage-efrecruit 

Position Title: SUD Corrections Clinician 

Location: Wedgwood Christian Services (Ionia office)

Job Description: Serve as the primary Clinician to develop a person-centered treatment plan that focuses on addressing the needs of the client and family engagement when applicable.

  • Develop Service Plans, Discharge Summaries, progress notes, and other documents as required by contract.
  • Responsible for quality assurance compliance, including, but not limited to, participating in peer supervision, peer utilization reviews, compliance with service delivery criteria and reporting requirements for each individual served.
  • Responsible for timely Quality Assurance compliance as related to employee’s roles and functions.
  • Participates in regularly scheduled staff meetings, therapist meetings, and any others as deemed necessary by the Community Leadership.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.    

Weekly Hours: Full-time, 36 hours per week

Compensation: Unknown, but benefits are: Low cost medical plans with great coverage options

  • Holistic dental and vision plans
  • 403b plan with employer match
  • Pet insurance
  • Legal insurance
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • A Locally Partnered Employee Assistance Program 
  • Competitive time off
  • Federal Loan Forgiveness through PLSF
  • Paid Holidays
  • We also offer a variety of employer paid benefits for full time staff
    • Short term disability
    • Long term disability
    • Life insurance up to 2x your annual salary
  • Wedgwood is proud to offer a full gymnasium (main campus in Grand Rapids) with an attached 24hr wellness center that houses a wide variety of workout equipment. Wedgwood is happy to provide this space to our staff at no cost. 

Contact/Application: knagelkirk@wedgwood.org 

Position Title:  Outpatient Clinician/Consultant

Location: Grand Rapids 

Job Description: The Outpatient Clinician is accountable to the Associate Director of Community Services to provide Outpatient therapy to clients with a wide range of presenting concerns who request individual, marital, or family therapy. 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Conduct assigned intake assessments for outpatient counseling, completing all required paperwork.
  2. Provide individual, marital, family and/or group therapy for assigned clients.
  3. Maintain appropriate and timely progress notes and files on each client.
  4. Participate in bimonthly individual supervision with the Associate Director of Community Services.
  5. Participate in regular team meetings for the sharing of ideas, feedback and department planning.  Seek and solicit feedback as needed.
  6. Participate in bimonthly group supervision presenting on cases and clinical topics as required.
  7. Continually assess client’s needs and make appropriate referrals if additional services or a more intensive level of care is needed.
  8. Communicate effectively with Wedgwood’s Psychiatric services regarding clinical as well as case management/financial issues.
  9. Complete insurance reauthorizations as needed.
  10. Responsible for timely Quality Assurance compliance as related to employee’s roles and functions.
  11. Professional Growth
    1. Utilize educational opportunities and resources offered by the agency and through the profession for continued development of skills and clinical expertise.
    2. Use the knowledge and skills of his/her supervisor to increase both counseling and administrative skills.
  12. Other duties as assigned.

 

Weekly Hours: Part-time, 15-28 hours per week. Must be able to work 2-3 days and evenings per week 

Compensation: Unknown

Contact/Application:  knagelkirk@wedgwood.org 

 

Position Title: SUD Clinician

Location: Montcalm 

Job Description: The part-time Clinician reports to the SUD Clinical Team Lead and is responsible for providing treatment and casework services to adolescents and families to which they are assigned. This program focuses on individual and group therapy in Montcalm County and the Clinician must be willing to deliver services in home and school based settings in these respective counties.

Qualifications:

  • Master's degree in Social Work, Clinical Psychology or another associated human service profession is required.
  • Clinical experience working with adolescents, adults and/or families in home based setting preferred.
  • The individual must be a Master Level Clinician; they will be required to provide proof of registration within applicant's defined area: Registered Social Worker, Certified Social Work, Licensed Psychologist, Limited License Psychologist, or Professional Counselor. (LLMSW, LMSW, LLPC, LPC).
  • Certification or registered Development Plan from Michigan Certified Board for Addiction Professionals (MCBAP) *not required upon hire.
  • SPADA certification preferred
  • Prior experience working with an interdisciplinary team preferred.
  • For transportation purposes must have a valid driver's license.
  • Subscription to the Statement of Faith of Wedgwood Christian Services and agreement with the goals, purposes and objectives of the agency.

Responsibilities:

  • Serve as the primary Clinician to develop a person-centered treatment plan that focuses on addressing the needs of the client and family engagement when applicable.
  • Work with the client, family, and other involved individuals. For the purposes of coordination of care, follow community partner, PIHP, CMH, and agency guidelines when providing treatment with patients receiving Medication-Assisted Treatment or other medical treatment. Provide education to clients, family, and other involved parties on MAT.
  • Provide individual, family therapy, and case management as needed to each client/family on your caseload, with a minimum of one to two hours face to face contact each week.
  • Coordinate the transfer/discharge process for the client and family.
  • Complete all service plans, contact records, and all other necessary paperwork, in a timely manner.
  • Monitor the quality of overall treatment services to clients on your caseload; and evaluate the adequacy of these services to meet treatment objectives.
  • Participates in regularly scheduled staff meetings, therapist meetings, and any others as deemed necessary by the Community Leadership.
  • Assist with the professional growth of new hires by allowing job shadowing as needed.

Weekly Hours: Part-time

Compensation: Unknown 

Contact/Application: knagelkirk@wedgwood.org 

Position Title: Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA)

Location: Grand Rapids

Job Description: The Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA) will work with residential clients receiving occupational therapy services to maximize their functional independence in activities of daily living by providing therapeutic treatment and interventions under the direction of the Occupational Therapist (OTR).

Responsibilities:

  • Collaborate with clinicians and direct care staff to identify client's potential needs for occupational therapy services and direct referral to OTR for evaluation.
  • Communicate with OTR to discuss assessment and evaluation findings and therapeutic goals.
  • Continue communication with previously mentioned parties to review client's progress and identify further needs.
  • Document clients progress during the treatment process and provide detailed written observation for the OTR's use in evaluation.
  • Planning of therapeutic activities that are aimed toward meeting each client's individual therapeutic goals.
  • Providing appropriate sensory tools, visual aids, and any other necessary resources to assist the clients in achieving maximal functional independence.
  • Provide an at home therapeutic program with suitable resources and visual/written aids when appropriate.
  • Use opportunities to include the client's direct care staff, clinicians, and family in the therapeutic activities or home programs.
  • Provide discharge recommendations, resources, and referrals as deemed necessary and appropriate upon client's discharge from Wedgwood Christian Services or from occupational therapy services under the direction of the OTR.

Qualifications:

  •  Associates degree from accredited Occupational Therapy Assistant Program
  •  Minimum of 1-3 years of working experience in occupational therapy. clinical experience working with adolescents and/or families is preferred
  •  Professional license from the NBCOT (National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy) is required
  •  Prior experience working with an interdisciplinary team in a residential treatment setting is preferred 
  • Weekend  availability is required every other weekend

Weekly Hours: Part-time, 24 hours per week

*Must have evening and weekend availability!

*Every other weekend is required*

Compensation: Unknown 

Contact/Application: knagelkirk@wedgwood.org