Are you a highly motivated individual with a passion to make a difference? Do you want to embody your full potential? Are you ready to wake up everyday and be passionate about your work? If so, Family Service is the agency for you!
Family Service of Chester County is always looking for top talent to join the team. With an incredible workplace culture and amazing perks, people who come here have a hard time leaving! FSCC offers competitive pay, PTO, health benefits, retirement, and more!
Family Service of Chester County is seeking a licensed bilingual (Spanish-English) therapist
This is a full time position with benefits and generous PTO. The counselor will see children and adults, initially remotely due to COVID-19, but in the future both in our Chester County offices and at local schools.
We are looking for an individual who is energetic, motivated, and enthusiastic about counseling and about helping underserved individuals and families. Candidates should be fluent in Spanish, have a Master’s in Social Work or related degree, experience counseling children and youth, and strong clinical skills. Applicants must have a PA license, preferably LSW, LCSW or a related mental health license. The counselor is required to see clients at least three hours a week outside of regular business hours, either in the evening or weekday mornings before 9 am.
Please send resumes to email@example.com
The Exchange Club Family Center is seeking to hire a Case Manager (full time)
The Exchange Club Family Center (ECFC) is seeking compassionate individual to work with families throughout Chester County to alleviate the risk factors associated with child abuse and neglect. ECFC is part of a nationwide network of child abuse centers that provides a parenting support program to promote positive parent-child relationships, enhance parental self-sufficiency and prevent child abuse and neglect. This position provides individual case management to families with children ages 0 -12 and will accept referrals from Chester County Department of Children, Youth and Families. Requires home visits with families to ensure the safety of family members and empower the parents/caregivers to care for their children with the goal of preventing out of home placement.
- Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Human Services or Counseling.
- Experience Working with Families and Children Preferred.
- Child Abuse, State Police Criminal History and FBI clearances.
- Valid Driver’s License and use of private vehicle.
To submit a resume and cover letter please contact Amy DeFonzo at firstname.lastname@example.org or 610 696-4900 ext. 123
Family Service of Chester County has training affiliations with several area graduate schools and undergraduate social work programs, including Bryn Mawr College, Widener University, and West Chester University.
- Case management for child abuse prevention
- Nonprofit development (grants writing, fundraising, web writing)
For information and inquiries, please contact Meg Pope, Counseling Program Director, at 610-696-4900 or email her at email@example.com.