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Thank you for your interest in employment with FamilyMeans! FamilyMeans' staff is committed to the mission of our agency - strengthening communities by strengthening families. We offer a friendly work environment and a fulfilling work experience. Because we recognize the importance of each position's role in the overall success of our work, we strive to have the right person in each of the agency's respective positions. FamilyMeans is an equal opportunity employer with competitive salary and benefits. FamilyMeans offers the following benefits to eligible employees:
Please submit cover letter and resume to Patti Hanlon, 1875 Northwestern Ave., Stillwater, MN 55082 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. An employment application can be downloaded, printed and submitted at the time of applying.
Below are our current job opportunities:
FINANCIAL SOLUTIONS DEBT MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST I
FamilyMeans is seeking a full-time Debt Management Specialist I for our Stillwater office. The desired candidate will work with clients and their creditors in a debt repayment environment. Responsibilities will include assisting clients and creditors with questions, monitoring accounts, processing deposits/payments/payouts and updating databases when necessary. The desired candidate will have financial experience, excellent customer service skills, and have an extensive attention to detail.
Qualifications: A high school diploma or GED is required. Experience with consumer credit and debt is a plus!
INTERNAL BILLING SPECIALIST
The purpose of this part-time position (10-20 hours per week) is to prepare and coordinate the mental health clinic insurance billing with Procentive, the external billing agency, manage the client fees, and establish paperwork necessary to initiate and maintain clinicians on insurance panels. The Internal Billing Specialist ensures accurate and timely data for reimbursable insurance claims, collections for mental health services, and keeps insurance panels updated to current status.
Qualifications: A high school diploma or GED is required. An associate degree in business or related field is strongly preferred. A new incumbent would need 3 years of mental health billing and credentialing.
SCHOOL BASED THERAPIST SUPERVISOR
The School Based Supervisor is employed through FamilyMeans. The long term vision for the School Based Program is to sustain and develop mental health services for students and families who attend several school districts located in Minnesota and Wisconsin. The position is full time, incorporating administrative, clinical supervision and direct service responsibilities.
This position provides:
This position requires experience with youth and working in a school setting. A Master’s or Doctoral degree in social work, psychology, professional counseling, marriage and family therapy or related field is required. Also required is status as a Licensed Independent Social Worker, Licensed Psychologist, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and/or Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. A new incumbent in this job will possess up to three years of experience as a licensed graduate level mental health provider treating clients in an outpatient mental health clinic. Supervisor must have, or be completing, the Board Approval process to be able to provide supervision in their discipline. Certification as an employee assistance provider and/or chemical dependency counselor is preferred.
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT TO CLINICAL DIRECTOR
The Administrative Assistant provides executive support in a one-on-one working relationship with the Director of Mental Health. The Administrative Assistant serves as the primary point of contact for internal and external constituencies on all matters pertaining to the Clinical Director. The Administrative Assistant must be a creative self-starter and enjoy working within a small non-profit organization that is mission-driven, results-driven and community oriented. The ideal individual will have the ability to exercise good judgment in a variety of situations, with strong written and verbal communication, administrative, and organizational skills, and the ability to maintain a realistic balance among multiple priorities. The Administrative Assistant will have the ability to work independently on projects and must be able to work under pressure at times to handle a wide variety of activities and confidential matters with discretion.
Qualifications: A high school diploma or GED is required, and a minimum of five years administrative support experience supporting Directors, preferably with a non-profit organization.
CONTRACTED PSYCHIATRIC PROVIDER
FamilyMeans is seeking a Part-Time, Independently Contracted Psychiatric Provider (Psychiatrist or Psychiatric Nurse) to join our outpatient mental health team. FamilyMeans’ 25 mental health therapists serve over 2,000 clients per year. This Psychiatric Provider will be based in our outpatient clinic in Stillwater, MN with occasional consults at The Center for Grief & Loss in St. Paul, MN. The Part-Time Psychiatric Provider will also have the opportunity to maintain a client base. Hours and time commitment are flexible. This is an excellent opportunity for providers in all phases of their careers seeking a flexible position in an outpatient clinic setting.
TEEN PROGRAM COORDINATOR
The primary work of the Landfall Teen Program Coordinator (32 hours/week) will focus on developing, implementing, supervising and evaluating year-round opportunities at our drop-in program site in Landfall, Minnesota, a mobile home city located 6 miles east of downtown Saint Paul. A primary responsibility will be guiding youth through our Ready To Be program, a multi-dimensional curriculum intended to develop readiness skills and mindsets and undertake thoughtful preparation for postsecondary life. The Coordinator will also work to inform and engage parents in Ready To Be efforts. The Coordinator also supervises program assistants and contract personnel, and guides volunteers toward impactful and satisfying experiences.
Here’s what one young person shared about staff at the Landfall Teen Center:
“They taught me so much and gave me wonderful advice, that's one of the reasons for why I went onto college, and will continue to go onto pursuing my dreams.”
The Landfall Teen Center is a free, choice-driven site. It is part of our larger, 25 year-old Youth Development Initiative which has provided free, year-round programming to youth ages 5-18 in both Landfall and the Cimarron community in Lake Elmo, Minnesota. Some programming will be in partnership with our children’s programs and Cimarron Teen Program.
Landfall has a majority Latino youth population, so strong connections to Latino community and culture along with fluency in Spanish and English are essential.
Minimum qualifications: A high school diploma or GED is required; two years' experience working with youth, preferably in a youth center or recreation setting. Oral and writing fluency in English and Spanish. Preferred qualifications: A Bachelor's Degree in human development, recreation, education or other youth-related fields; strong knowledge of youth development theory and best practices; leadership training or experience in youth program management and/or supervision.
YOUTH DEVELOPMENT INTERNSHIP
Youth development program internships are available at FamilyMeans' children and teen programs in Lake Elmo and Landfall, Minnesota. Interns are selected three times a year with application deadlines being August 15, December 15 and May 15 for the following term. These opportunities provide tangible experiences creating learning and social development environments for youth ages 5-18 in an out-of-school setting. This is an unpaid position that offers flexible hours and invaluable experience. The mission of our youth development initiative is to equip youth to learn, thrive, connect and contribute throughout their lives. Click HERE for more information. Send resume and cover letter to Youth Program Internships, FamilyMeans, 1875 Northwestern Avenue, Stillwater, MN 55082.