Help Wanted: Job openings focused on helping children

In this week’s Help Wanted, we’re highlighting several jobs that focus on helping children. All are full time with benefits.

1.) Youth Worker Supervisors (Two Positions): McCracken and Graves County, Kentucky: You need to be a college graduate, with two years of experience in the supervision and care of young adults in a residential, correctional, group home, detention, or day treatment program. The pay is between $26,000 and $36,000 per year, depending on experience. To learn more about the McCracken County position, including how to apply, click here. For the Graves County position, click here.

2.) Clinician-Centerstone  Marion and Carbondale, IL: This person will work primarily with Centerstone’s youth population. You’ll provide behavioral health care services, including group and individual therapy, assessment, linking, monitoring, advocacy, outreach, and support. You need a master’s degree in human services. A clinical license is preferred. The minimum salary is between $33,000 and $38,000 per year. To learn more, including how to apply, click here.

3.) DCS Case Manager-Weakley County, TN: This is an entry level position. You need to be a college graduate. The pay is just under $30,000 per year. To learn more, including how to apply, click here.

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