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Mental Health & Pregnancy/Adoption Counselor – Catholic Charities

The Diocese of Covington’s Catholic Charities ministry is seeking to hire a Counselor for our Mental Health and Pregnancy/Adoption Programs. The position is 40 hours per week, including some evening hours. This staff person performs all the duties of a licensed counselor for our general counseling practice serving individuals and families, with a partial emphasis on pregnancy and adoption. Major areas of responsibility include providing assessment, case management, diagnoses, and therapy to children, families, and adults within the outpatient program; and facilitating groups, and providing services to pregnant clients, their partners, and/or their families, including counseling, case management, parenting support, and foster care coordination and supervision. The successful candidate will be an actively-practicing Roman Catholic individual with a Master’s degree in Social Work or a related field, and experience with diverse populations of families, couples, children, and adults. We prefer LCSW or LPCC licensure, or eligibility within two years. Qualified individuals should submit a letter of interest along with a detailed resume or C-V, including compensation history and at least 3 references with contact email addresses, by email or by fax to Stephen Koplyay, SPHR at [email protected], fax 859-392-1589.

 

Client Services Specialist – Catholic Charities

The Catholic Charities ministry of the Diocese of Covington invites employment candidates to apply for this full time (40 hours a week, M-F) position. The focused responsibility of the Client Services Specialist will be assisting Catholic Charities clients and their case files through the entire clinical experience. Categories of cross-trained duties will generally include those of client care worker, pre-service assistant, quality assurance auditor, case-management team backup, and fiscal court reporting and billing backup. Desired qualifications include: practicing Roman Catholic; a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in a human services field; comfort with MS Office software; and well-developed personal skills in communications, organization, face-to-face interactions, listening, and problem-solving. To apply, email or fax a letter of interest along with a C-V or comprehensive resume with compensation history, and a minimum of five references with their contact email addresses, to Stephen Koplyay, SPHR at [email protected], fax 859/392-1589.