JOB OPPORTUNITIES

YES Community Counseling Center, a great place to work, learn, and gain gain experience. We work with multiple populations and have many programs at our agency. Supervision is provided to all employees. Please see below for current job opportunities.
Employment Opportunity: Drug Free Communities Project Coordinator

 Summary: The Project Coordinator will be responsible to organize and implement the general day to day activities of the Massapequa Takes Action Coalition (MTAC) under YESCCC’s federal Drug Free Communities Support Program Grant. The Coordinator works under a Program Director and with a coalition of sectors and partners within the community of Massapequa supporting the mission of the program grant to prevent and reduce youth substance misuse. This is a 25 hour a week position with potential for Full Time.  

Qualifications/Requirements:
Bachelor’s degree or higher with experience in public health or health education, administration and/or community outreach.  in social work or related field, or equivalent combination of education and experience 

At least two years of experience with program coordination in community setting. 

Strong knowledge of substance use, prevention and addiction preferred

Familiarity and comfort with reporting in web-based and developing content for social media, websites and press releases. 

Candidates must be willing to travel and work occasional evenings and weekends.

Proof of COVID-19 vaccination

Duties and Responsibilities:

Working with grant partners and representatives, maintain attendance and minutes for meetings and
activities. 

Coordinate member and grantee trainings in Strategic Prevention Framework, Cultural Competency and
Sustainability training.

Assist sectors and partners to implement evidence-based strategies to fulfill Action Plan

Work with subcommittees and evaluator to collect program evaluation data; with subcommittee volunteers, enter data, initiatives, in-kind expenses in real time data base management system.

Assist Program Director to develop coalition’s annual federal or state reports

Serve as information resource for the coalition and community, facilitate education and organize
special events in community.

Maintain files of evaluation survey data and coalition activities and coordinate social marketing campaigns and materials for youth and parents.

Develop and implement coalition’s e-newsletter, press releases, informational brochures and
prevention marketing strategies.

Attend federal and/or state required trainings and prevention education programs to keep apprised of
substance use prevention research, practices and evidence-based approaches.

Update website, social media accounts; utilize computer applications such as spreadsheets, word
processing, calendar, e-mail etc.

CONTACT: Those interested in applying can send inquiries or resume to Cathy Samuels at info@mtacoalition.com

Employment Opportunity: PACT Grant Coordinator

 Summary: This full time prevention worker position is a grant funded position under SAMSHA’s Strategic Prevention Framework – Partnerships for Success (SPF-PFS) grant. This grant is funded to implement the PACT (Partnering in Action and Change for Tomorrow) initiative to prevent the onset and reduce the progression of substance abuse while strengthening prevention capacity and infrastructure at the community level. This will be a full position and will act under grant’s Project Director.

Qualifications/Requirements:
 Bachelor’s Degree or higher with relevant experience in public health or health education, and/or school counseling, social work/mental health counseling, and/or administration policy/planning or in community/organizational psychology.
Preference will also be given to a Certified Prevention Professional or at least two years’ experience in the prevention of substance use and addiction field.

 Duties and Responsibilities:

• Attends and records minutes at monthly Community Coalition, PACT Project, and Committee Meetings representing the SPF-PSF Grant and collaborates in their efforts of prevention of substance use;
• Attends Train the Trainer certification trainings in several evidenced based programs and assists facilitation of these trainings within schools, businesses and communities.
• Acts as a liaison with school districts, coalitions and communities to streamline PACT program objectives.
• Maintains records and minutes from projects and activities and reports to Program Coordinator
• Participates in the development of content in prevention and health promotion materials for website and social media campaigns.

CONTACT: Those interested in applying can send inquiries or resume to info@yesccc.org

 

Employment Opportunity: Full and Part Time Therapists

Summary: Therapist will provide individual, family, and group counseling services to those with substance use disorder and those impacted by family substance use.  Populations include adult, adolescents, children and families with substance use, mental health issues and/or other psycho-social stressors. Weekly supervision is provided and many opportunities to be trained in EBT models. 

Qualifications/Requirements:

Master’s degree in social work, mental health counseling, marriage and family counseling, and/or CASAC; will consider candidates eligible for limited permit or CASAC-T

Minimum of 1 year experience providing individual and group counseling to substance use or mental health population either working with a substance use or mental health population (may include internship)

Bilingual Spanish a Plus

CASAC or CASAC-T or substance abuse treatment experience (including internships) a Plus

Licensed or seeking licensure as a LMSW, LMHC, LMFT or LCSW.

Some evening hours required. 

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Conducts assessments, individual, family and group sessions and any other prescribed treatment service. 
  • Collaborates with external service providers to ensure coordination of care.
  • Functions as an integral member of the inter-disciplinary treatment team and participate in case conferences, team meetings, and trainings as scheduled.

CONTACT: Those interested in applying can send inquiries or resume to info@yesccc.org

 

Employment Opportunity: Full and Part time Family and Children Therapists

Summary: YES Community Counseling Center seeks therapist to provide individual and family counseling services to children, adolescents, and families at its Massapequa and Levittown location. Excellent supervision and work environment.

Qualifications/Requirements:

  •  Masters degree in social work, mental health counseling, marriage and family counseling or related discipline.
  • Licensed or seeking licensure as a LMSW, LMHC, LMFT or LCSW.
  • Experience in providing individual, family, and group counseling to families and children. (may include internship)
  • Bilingual Spanish a Plus

 Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Clinician conducts assessments, individual, family and group sessions and any other prescribed treatment service. 
  • Collaborates with external service providers to ensure coordination of care.
  • Functions as an integral member of the inter-disciplinary treatment team and participates in case conferences, team meetings, and trainings as scheduled

CONTACT: Those interested in applying can send inquiries or resume to info@yesccc.org