We’re hiring!

Children’s Resource Center is dedicated to helping the youth and families of Wood County find hope and happiness. We provide a Sanctuary for individuals to grow.

CRC is a non-profit mental health agency which provides a comprehensive continuum of mental health and substance abuse services for children and families. The agency has a strong commitment to trauma-informed care and has implemented the Sanctuary Model. CRC also qualifies for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program. Are you interested in joining our team?

Below are the opportunities currently available. Please send your cover letter and resume to the mailing address or email below.

Children’s Resource Center
P.O. Box 738
Bowling Green, OH 43402


 

Outpatient Therapist

Full time position to perform mental health assessments, individual and family counseling and crisis intervention for children and adolescents. Minimum qualifications include: a master’s degree in a behavioral health discipline; Ohio licensure as counselor, social worker, marriage/family therapist or psychologist; clinical training/experience with children, youth, families.

CRC is a non-profit mental health agency which provides comprehensive mental health services for children and families. The agency has a strong commitment to trauma-informed care and is certified in the Sanctuary Model. CRC also qualifies for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program.

Transportation

Part-time position available at an innovative Children’s Mental Health agency in Wood County. Job duties include providing transportation to and from the agency. Must possess a valid Ohio driver license and excellent driving record, and undergo a criminal investigation background check and drug/alcohol test. Must be over 21 years old.  Send resume to cindys@crcwoodcounty.org

Early Childhood Parent Support Specialist – Northwest Ohio

We are currently looking for an energetic full-time Parent Support Specialist who are ready to make a difference in the lives of families with children ages 0-8. Candidate should be comfortable providing home visits in various Northwest Ohio communities and facilitating parent groups. Parent Support Specialist provides a variety of services to families including but not limited to: home-based parent support and education; group parent education; complete, score, and provide age appropriate strategies; consults with parents/childcare providers on topics of child development, challenging behavior, and general parenting; collaborate with community agencies; and advocate for families of young children in the community. Send resume to cindys@crcwoodcounty.org

QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor’s Degree in social work, human services, early intervention, or education preferred; knowledge of early childhood development, birth to age 8; experience working with at-risk, low-income families; and be able to work one-on-one with parents, as well as facilitate groups. Please send resume with cover letter detailing your desire to become part of our growing early childhood prevention team

Part Time School Social Worker

School Social Worker is responsible for delivery of social work services within individual school setting and is specific to early childhood. Such responsibilities include but are not limited to providing a social and emotional group to young children; assist families in finding community resources; facilitate parent groups, seminars, and events; and collaborate with staff by helping to provide strategies that keep families engaged. Send resume to cindys@crcwoodcounty.org

QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor’s Degree in social work or human services preferred; knowledge of early childhood development, birth to age 8; experience working with at-risk, low-income families; and be able to work one-on-one with parents, as well as facilitate groups. Please send resume with cover letter detailing your desire to become part of our growing early childhood prevention team

Early Childhood Prevention Specialist

Early Childhood Prevention Specialist will be responsible for the coordination, organization, and implementation of our Sexual Abuse Prevention Program. Specific responsibilities of this prevention-based program include implementing the evidenced-based curriculum for 4 and 5-year-old children in Wood County public and private preschools and childcare centers using developmentally appropriate activities including stories, puppets, songs, and games. Children learn basic knowledge of safe touch, empathy, and bullying prevention. Some documentation and reporting required. Send resume to cindys@crcwoodcounty.org

QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor’s Degree in social work, human services, early intervention, or education preferred. Also beneficial: knowledge of early childhood development, birth to age 8; experience working with preschool children and adults; and, group facilitation.. Please send resume with cover letter detailing your desire to become part of our growing early childhood prevention team.

MRSS Therapist

Mobile Response Stabilization Services and daytime crisis intervention with youth and families. Licensed social worker to provide crisis assessment and intervention for children, adolescents and their families. Mobile Response Services is a new program in Northwest Ohio designed to prevent hospitalization and out of home placement for youth when they or their families are experiencing a crisis. Services are provided in the home or school setting or wherever the crisis is occurring, and includes a few weeks of stabilization following the crisis. The position includes training, supervision and consultation, with 3 days a week working in the field, and 2 days a week providing agency-based crisis intervention. Must have at least a bachelor’s degree with a license in social work, or other mental health profession, and experience and/or commitment to working with youth and families in the community. Send resume to cindys@crcwoodcounty.org

CRC is a non-profit mental health agency which provides a comprehensive continuum of mental health and substance abuse services for children and families. The agency has a strong commitment to trauma-informed care and has been certified in the Sanctuary Model. This approach emphasizes minimizing impact of trauma on clients, but also addresses the importance of understanding the impact of the work on staff. With an emphasis on collaboration and open communication, staff are provided support and encouragement of self-care, which in turn can have a positive impact on staff morale and burn-out.

CRC also qualifies for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program.

Join the team at this well-established agency in Bowling Green Ohio, and become part of a Sanctuary organization as we implement this creative program that helps stabilize families.