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BUMFS currently employs over 300 caring individuals and is a growing organization. Please take some time to check out the following career opportunities. All interested applicants should email their resume and cover letter to jobs@bumfs.org

SUMMARY 

 Be an appropriate role model for youth in care. Create and maintain an atmosphere which is beneficial to the physical, social, emotional, educational and spiritual needs of youth. Be responsible for guiding and directing youth through the program. Prepare youth for successful living within societal norms toward reunification with their family, a foster family or independent living. 

EDUCATION 

1. Possess at least a high school diploma or GED (college training preferred). 


QUALIFICATIONS 

 To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. 

1. Be open to continue learning through attendance in course study and in-service training and workshops. 

2. Demonstrate positive interpersonal relationship skills both with youth and adults. Be able to make sound decisions

    consistent with agency policies and best practice principles for residential treatment. 

3. Effectively implement the treatment program including Medicaid services such as behavior support, crisis support, case     

    management, and daily living skills and support. 

4. Have the ability to meet the spiritual needs of the resident in accordance with agency policy. 

5. Obtain and maintain a valid food handler's card. 

6. Be in good health, have physical and emotional stamina necessary to implement physical interventions with assaultive or  

    self-injurious residents. 

7. Attend all required trainings. 

8. Be an acceptable role model for youth in values and lifestyles in keeping with those ascribed by Burlington. 

9. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.

SUMMARY

The Foster Care Coordinator is responsible for managing a specialized caseload in the area of Foster Care services and the placement of children in risk under the direction of the Supervisor Foster Care. The Foster Care Coordinator conducts foster family assessments and provides support services to children in care and foster families.


EDUCATION

Bachelor’s Degree in psychology, counseling, social work or related field from an accredited College or University AND hold a license in social work from the State of West Virginia.  


QUALIFICATIONS

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  


A. Must maintain license requirements according to the State of West Virginia.

B. Ability to provide staff clinical supervision as needed.

C. Must be qualified to provide individual and group therapy for residents and their families.  

D. Excellent writing and speaking skills necessary, networking skills for interagency planning is essential.

E. Must possess managerial, supervisory and leadership skills.

F. A team builder who inspires staff to work together in pursuit of a common mission, with the ability to hold them

    accountable for the accomplishments of the objectives.

G. Ability to respond to and manage crisis situations.

H. Should have exceptional organizational skills; proficient computer skills; and interpersonal relationship skills, and the ability

    to communicate orally and in writing with the ability to work effectively in a fast paced environment, manage several

    projects simultaneously, and adjust to frequently changing demands.

I. Have the ability to make decisions consistent with agency policies and general philosophies of child care.

J. An individual who exhibits a strong commitment to the mission of Burlington United Methodist Family Services.

K. Have the ability to meet the spiritual needs of the resident in accordance with agency policy.

L. Be in good health, have physical and emotional stamina.

M. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.



SUMMARY  

Be an appropriate role model for residents in care. Create and maintain an atmosphere which is beneficial to the physical, social, emotional, educational and spiritual needs of youth. Be responsible for guiding and directing youth through the program. Prepare residents for successful living within societal norms toward reunification with their family or independent living. 


EDUCATION 

Possess at least a high school diploma or GED (college training preferred). 


QUALIFICATIONS 

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

 

A. Be open to continue learning through attendance in course study and in-service training and workshops. 

B. Demonstrate positive interpersonal relationship skills both with youth and adults. Be able to make sound decisions

    consistent with agency policies and best practice principles for residential treatment. 

C. Effectively implement the treatment program including Medicaid services such as behavior support, crisis support, case

    management, and daily living skills and support. 

D. Have the ability to meet the spiritual needs of the resident in accordance with agency policy. 

E. Obtain and maintain a valid food handler's card. 

F. Be in good health, have physical and emotional stamina necessary to implement physical interventions with assaultive or        

    self-injurious residents. 

G. Attend all required trainings. 

H. Be an acceptable role model for youth in values and lifestyles in keeping with those ascribed by Burlington. 

I. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.


SUMMARY


To assure that the grounds, buildings, equipment, and vehicles are maintained in an attractive fully functional and safe condition meeting all health, fire, and other regulatory requirements. To assure that campus environments are maintained in a state conducive to the delivery of high quality residential child care and other services, and as a safe comfortable place of work and/or activity for staff, visitors, and volunteers. 


EDUCATION


A. Possess at least a high school diploma or GED (college or trade school training preferred).


QUALIFICATIONS


To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  


A. Must be capable in such work as carpentry, plumbing and electrical work, grounds maintenance, and general building

     repair and maintenance.  

B. Must be capable in the servicing, upkeep, and minor mechanical repair of agency equipment including vehicles.

C. Must have a high degree of tolerance for children’s noise, boisterousness and occasional breakage. 

D. Must be capable of working independently on appropriate assigned jobs. 

E. Be an acceptable role model for youth in values and lifestyles in keeping with those ascribed by Burlington. 

F. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.


SUMMARY


This position provides a service in which visitation between family members (parent to child or child to child) is observed to evaluate appropriateness and level of interaction among participants. 


EDUCATION

A. Must be at least 21 years old and possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling, Board of Regents

    with an emphasis in Human Services, Education, Criminal Justice or related field from an accredited College or University.  

B. A minimum of three years post-graduate social work experience preferred.


QUALIFICATIONS

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

 

A. Be able to communicate and work effectively in a professional manner with people of varied backgrounds.

B. Should have exceptional organizational skills, proficient computer skills, and interpersonal relationship skills, and the ability

    to communicate orally and in writing with the ability to work effectively in a fast paced environment, manage several

    projects simultaneously, and adjust to frequently changing demands.

C. Have the ability to make decisions consistent with agency policies and general philosophies of child care. 

D. Exhibits a strong commitment to the mission of Burlington United Methodist Family Services.

E. Be an acceptable role model for youth in values and lifestyles consistent with those ascribed by Burlington. 

F. Be in good health, have physical and emotional stamina.

G. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.

H. Comply with West Virginia Law (WV Code 49-6A-2) regarding Mandated Reporting

I. Operate under the supervision of a licensed social worker with three years post graduate experience with families, one of

    which must be in staff supervision. 


SUMMARY

The job of a BE-Hive Coordinator/PAT Community Outreach Coordinator is to work directly with families at the BE-Hive. Coordinate and supervise volunteers; Coordinate weekly activities with community partners; network with community partners; Provide support groups and play groups for the Parents as Teachers program.


EDUCATION

The BE-Hive Coordinator/PAT Community Outreach Coordinator will have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in a related field. Two years of community networking/outreach experience, grant writing, supervision is preferred.  


QUALIFICATIONS

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.


A. Exceptional organizational skills; proficient computer skills; interpersonal relationship skills; the ability to communicate

    orally and in writing with the ability to work effectively in a fast paced environment; manage several projects

    simultaneously; and to adjust to frequently changing demands. 

B. Possess communication skills in order to verbalize the needs of troubled youth and the agency’s philosophy to the public

    and be able to communicate and work effectively in a professional manner with other social work personnel. 

C. Be able to communicate and work effectively with agency personnel and community and state agencies in a productive

    and professional manner.

D. Ability to respond to and manage crisis situations.

E. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.  

F. Must be willing to adapt and learn court proceeding processes.

G. Must be self-motivated and task oriented.  

H. Must be comfortable speaking in front of small groups.  

I. Must be willing to travel on occasions. 

J. Must attend ALL required PAT and any other mandatory training.


SUMMARY


To provide outcome based services to youth ages 10-18 that are in the Youth Services Program. To develop, facilitate, and support a comprehensive treatment plan which is designed to meet the needs of children with severe emotional and behavioral problems in the least restrictive environment, using treatment philosophy which is strength based, family focused, culturally sensitive and community based.


EDUCATION

A. Must be at least 21 years old and possession of a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related human service field

    (education, psychology, sociology. and three years of social work experience). WV Social Work License required.

B. A minimum of three years post-graduate social work experience preferred.



QUALIFICATIONS

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  


A. Must maintain license requirements according to the State of West Virginia.

B. Experience working with children who have mental health needs and with child welfare system involvement.

C. One year experience in child welfare and or community mental health agency preferred.

D. Be able to communicate and work effectively in a professional manner with people of varied backgrounds.

E. A team builder who inspires staff to work together in pursuit of a common mission, with the ability to hold them

    accountable for the accomplishments of the objectives.

F. Should have exceptional organizational skills; proficient computer skills; and interpersonal relationship skills, and the ability

    to communicate orally and in writing with the ability to work effectively in a fast paced environment, manage several

    projects simultaneously, and adjust to frequently changing demands.

G. Have the ability to make decisions consistent with agency policies and general philosophies of child care.

H. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to an intensive background investigation.


SUMMARY

It is the responsible of the Wraparound Facilitator to provide services and to oversee all aspects of the client’s needs who are assigned to them.


EDUCATION

A. Must be at least 21 years old and have a Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Services related field.


QUALIFICATIONS

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.


A. Must possess a Bachelor’s Degree.

B. Must maintain an appropriate amount of continuing education per policy.

C. Must have a valid state issued driver’s license and submit to a drug test and an intensive background investigation