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The Children’s Center of Hamden
FT position in Behavioral Health Facility providing services to children and adolescents with psychiatric/behavioral difficulties. Some weekend and evening hours required, in addition to, staff and youth supervision, program development, monitoring for safety and crisis intervention. Supervisory and childcare experience in a congregate care setting required. Must be able to work within a treatment team philosophy. BA/BS required.
Competitive salary, an excellent benefit package and a pleasant, rewarding work environment.
Classroom Teacher – Special Education
Whitney Hall School at The Children’s Center of Hamden
Whitney Hall School at The Children’s Center of Hamden is a State approved special education facility designed to work with children, grades Kindergarten thru 12, who have significant emotional, behavioral and educational challenges. The student population consists of both residential clients and day school students.
Whitney Hall School offers a small, highly structured and supervised school experience for students in self-contained, single-gender classrooms. The diverse staff of certified special education and general education teachers, clinical social workers, teaching assistants, supervisors and child care personnel provides a supportive climate for students to learn and experience success.
President and CEO of the Child Guidance Center of Southern Connecticut
The Board of Directors of The Child Guidance Center of Southern Connecticut (CGC) of Stamford, Connecticut is offering the opportunity to lead a well-established mental health agency for children and adolescents. Highly regarded in the community and with its funders, the Child and Guidance Center is dedicated to reducing emotional suffering and dysfunctional behavior, strengthening families and helping each individual achieve optimal potential.
CGC has been led for 29 years by its well-respected president and CEO who plans to retire at the end of 2015. The next President and CEO of The Child and Guidance Center of Southern Connecticut will serve as a powerful and effective public spokesperson to broaden the agency’s visibility, impact, and financial support. The ideal candidate is an experienced clinician, effective business manager, accomplished public speaker and skilled relationship builder.
For the complete position profile and application guidelines please visit http://tsne.org/president-and-ceo-child-guidance-center-southern-connecticut