Adriel School

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Providing quality care for children in the spirit of Christian love

Be a Life Changer! Adriel is a faith-based organization with conservative values and working environment. We employ mission-minded, passionate, dedicated professionals to serve youth in their respective disciplines. This includes an array of positions in the social services areas including licensed social workers, therapists, and a variety of support positions to help in the work of Adriel. Adriel often hires people into entry level positions and promotes from within. We are often looking for people who truly want to make a difference in a child's life and looking to find a career path. Working with our kids Adriel works with a challenging population of children, youth, and adolescents who have had many challenges in their lives. Our employees are exposed to behavioral issues, developmental disabilities, physical delays, and mental health concerns. It takes a certain type of person to stand in the gap for these kids to help them go on to become the success story inside of them all. The road is sometimes a long one…but the rewards are worth it all. Staff Development At Adriel, we recognize the importance of developing your skills and have an extensive training program. We offer an extensive orientation for all employees who work in our group homes to prepare our employees to give the best possible care to our kids. This includes a combination of classroom training and on the job mentoring. We offer ongoing training to all of our employees to continue to develop their skills and learn how to better work with our youth.        

Current Openings: 

Foster Care Consultant, West Liberty, Ohio-  Adriel is seeking a full-time consultant to provide consultation and supervision to assigned treatment foster parents for Adriel in accordance with the policies and practices of the organization. Some of the essential duties include: providing case managerment services to youth placed in the Adriel homes, establish treatment plans for youth, coordinate the youth's treatment program, see that assessments and evaluations are completed as required, work with the youth's biological family in those cases where appropriate, be the liaison and coordinator with the referring agency for the youth, and be available for crises which youth in treatment foster care may experience. This role requires a professional license to practice social work in the state of Ohio, (LSW or equivalent). Master's degree, adoption assessor, case management experience, or demonstrated experience working within the Teaching Family Model all a plus; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

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