Are you interested in working with adolescents providing crisis intervention at an emergency shelter while maintaining a flexible schedule? Then the Relief Counselor position may be right for you! You will work at our Station 7 overnight emergency shelter, providing family reconciliation, wraparound supports, and crisis intervention to run away and homeless youth, ages 11-17.
You must have open availability to work shifts on an as-needed basis. Some unavailability is to be expected, please provide days and times you are unavailable on your application. Qualified applicants have an Associate's degree in social services or a related field. Experience working with youth and families is preferred. Bilingual candidates preferred, but it is not required to speak more than one language.
Looking Glass Community Services has been serving young adults and families in Lane County since 1970! We proudly provide assistance to individuals in our community, helping them lead more productive and fulfilling lives. We offer a wide range of services aimed toward solving challenges related to educational deficits, behavioral health issues, drug addiction, and homelessness.
We value providing the highest level of quality services to our clients and we are committed to the pursuit of cultural awareness. We believe in the abilities of individuals and systems that respond respectfully and effectively to people of all cultures, classes, races, ethnic backgrounds, religions, sexual orientations, genders, and abilities in a manner that recognizes, affirms, and values the worth of individuals, families, and their communities while protecting and preserving the dignity of each.
To apply and view a full job description, please visit: https://www.lookingglass.us/employment
*A Looking Glass application must be completed. You may choose to attach a resume to your application, but a resume cannot be submitted in lieu of a complete application.*