Now Hiring 2024
Why choose Project 99?
At Project 99, stepping into our community means embarking on a journey towards both personal and professional fulfillment. Here, you're not just accepting a job; you're discovering a pathway where your passion for nurturing young minds and supporting families in need can truly thrive. Our environment is dynamic, fostering growth and offering you the chance to make a significant impact. In recognition of your commitment and hard work, we offer competitive compensation, performance incentives, and comprehensive health and dental insurance.
Therapist: Join us as a New Jersey licensed therapist dedicated to making a difference. Your role involves providing in-home therapy and evaluations, guiding children and adolescents through their behavioral health challenges. We appreciate your flexibility, excellent communication skills, organizational prowess, and, ideally, Spanish-speaking proficiency.
Assessor: Your expertise is crucial in assessing the mental and behavioral health needs of our youth. We're looking for professionals with experience in counseling children and youth and familiarity with the NJ DCBHS System of Care. This role offers the flexibility to fit your schedule, and the ability to speak Spanish is a valued plus.
Clinical Supervisor: Your role is pivotal in maintaining our high standards through clinical oversight and crisis management. Your leadership guides our clinical staff and interns, ensuring our commitment to excellence in service.
Master’s Degree in Social Work.
NJ licensure as an LCSW, LPC, LSW, LAC etc.
Eligibility for supervision certification.
Behavioral Assistant: Bachelors in social work, psychology, education, or counseling suggested, but not required. Your role is crucial in applying positive behavioral principles in community or home settings. Certification through the System of Care is expected within 6 months of joining us.
Implement positive behavioral support strategies in various settings.
Engage in Child Family Team (CFT) meetings.
Foster the development of skills and behaviors in youth.
Enhance coping skills through direct interventions.
Aim to reduce the need for intensive treatment settings.
Mentor: If guiding the next generation is your passion, join us as a Mentor. We're looking for individuals with a High School diploma (or equivalent), over 21 years old, eager to work with youth aged 6-18.
Lead and participate in community activities, providing mentorship.
Support youth during community activities.
Help develop appropriate social and community skills.
Ensure all documentation and reporting is completed accurately and timely.
Join Our Mission-Driven Team:
We seek individuals committed to the safety and well-being of those we serve, with a clean history, experience with children, reliable transportation, and adherence to our driving and background check standards.
Take Action Now:
The need for compassionate, skilled professionals has never been more critical. Your talents, dedication, and enthusiasm are key to supporting the children and families we serve. Explore these exciting opportunities and join a team where your passion finds its purpose.
Together, let's create brighter futures and lasting change.
Apply today by simply uploading your resume below!