Reports to: The Executive Director
The Women's Campus Director oversees all staff at the women’s campus and ensures that they are equipped and able to do their jobs. They oversee housing for residents, program scheduling and coordinates all facets of the program. They work with the Executive Director and Men’s Campus Director to coordinate between the two campuses where there is joint programming. The Women's Campus Director networks with community partners and ensures volunteers and visitors are cared for in their involvement with WH. They work with the Executive Director and Men’s Campus Director to ensure that Wagner Hills meets all government operating standards and regulations.
Responsibilities and Duties:
- Builds and supports the team at the women’s campus. Develops staff and resident schedules and oversees implementation.
- Ensures staff are equipped and able to carry out their duties.
- Coordinates housing for residents.
- Assists with program development and facilitates the implementation of all facets of the program.
- Coordinates with Executive Director and Men’s Campus Director around all joint programming between the two campuses.
- Works with staff to build relationships in the community with individuals and organizations to build a network of support and community involvement.
- Works with the Executive Director and Men’s Campus Director to ensure that Wagner Hills is operating in adherence to all relevant government standards, accreditation standards, resident and staff policies.
- Works with the Director of Information Management to develop and implement the policy for staff and residents to direct program implementation.
- Facilitates chapel services, prayer meetings and occasional classes for the residents.
- Conducts weekly staff meetings, consults on resident care plans when needed.
- Continually builds relationships with the residents, including problem-solving and conflict resolution.
- Women's Campus Director has minimally a Bachelor’s degree in leadership and/or management. Related education and/or experience will be considered.
- Minimum of two years of experience in supervisory or management positions in the human service sector. Preferably includes experience and training related to addictions and treatment for addictions.
- Ability to develop programs, identify and fill staffing needs.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Administrative, organizational and supervisory skills.
- Able to represent Wagner Hills in the community.
- Able to manage conflict and often high stress situations with residents in a calm, thoughtful and intentional manner.
Hours: 16 hrs/week
Reports to: Clinical Director
The Counsellor is responsible for providing Christ-centered counseling and teaching at Wagner Hills. They are able to lead or co-lead groups as needed and may also be involved in teaching classes or portions of classes. They are part of the Clinical Team and participate in creating and maintaining the Clinical Program at Wagner Hills. They are supervised by the Clinical Director and may also participate in supervising practicum students who are completing clinical practicums at Wagner Hills from counseling or social work programs.
Responsibilities and Duties:
- Provide weekly Christ-centered counseling to the residents who come to Wagner Hills
- Support residents to experience personal healing and recovery
- Assist residents to find healing in the important relationships in their lives such as in their marriages, with their children, or with extended family and friends
- Complete initial and ongoing psychological assessment of residents to determine treatment needs
- Lead and co-lead groups that are part of the Clinical Program. These may include topics such as Grief, Assertiveness, Anger Management
- Teach classes as needed and when the topic covered is an area of knowledge or expertise
- Work with the Clinical Team to ensure that the Clinical Program is meeting the needs of the residents who come to Wagner Hills
- Participate in resident personal service plans when necessary (conducted on a monthly basis for each resident)
- Consult when needed with the Clinical Director and other clinical staff
- Assist in supervising practicum students who are completing diplomas or degrees in counseling, social work or other related fields
- Master’s degree in counseling or related field (Clinical MSW)
- Minimum of two years experience in a counseling setting
- Training and experience in working with addiction, trauma, mood disorders
- Ability to lead or co-lead groups
- Ability to teach classes in specialized areas related to psychological well-being, addictions, trauma, etc.
- Strong oral and written communication skills
- Ability to work with a diverse staff in a residential treatment facility
INTERESTED IN WORKING FOR WAGNER HILLS?
We would ask those who feel called to work at either our Men's Campus or Women's Campus to please submit a cover letter and resume to the online application form. All applications will be kept on file.