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Careers

Current Job Openings

El Paso Center for Children is an equal opportunity employer.


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Benefits for full-time employees:

  • Professional Development opportunities
  • Health Insurance – HMO (100% paid by the agency). 
  • Life and AD&D Insurance
  • Paid Time Off (PTO)
  • Holidays (13)
  • Performance bonus time off for salary exempt employees
  • Flexible Schedule
  • Travel and mileage reimbursement
  • All employees (full-time and part-time) who have completed one year of service qualify for a Simplified Employee Pension – Individual Retirement Account (SEP-IRA). Under this plan, the agency contributes 5% of employees’ gross salary to an individual retirement account in which it is fully and automatically vested. 
 

Commercial Sexually Exploited Children (CSEC) Clinician and Intensive Care Coordinator – $60,320 per year  Foster Care CSEC Clinician and Intensive Clinical Coordinator Job Description

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Serves as the hub for provision of clinical and crisis intervention services, community and multidisciplinary interface, professional consultation, and individual support for youth and young adult survivors of CSEC (Commercial Sexually Exploited Children) in agency programs. Provide therapy and support to youth/foster family. Lead the treatment team for CSEC survivors and ensure treatment needs are met. We need a licensed master’s level mental health professional (LPC,  LMSW, LCSW, LMFT, Psychologist, Psychiatrist). Eight years of clinical/professional experience. Must be bilingual English/Spanish.

Quality and Trauma-Informed Care Manager – $66,000.00 to $72,000.00 per year Quality and Trauma-Informed Care Manager

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The Quality & Trauma-Informed Care Manager will lead the Center’s Trauma-Informed Care (TIC) Initiative, to carry out the Center’s vision to be a trauma-informed organization. This employee will work directly under the Chief Operations Officer. Clearly understanding the Center mission, goals, and direction as set by the Executive Team is essential. Developing a clear understanding of the Center philosophy and the direction of the Executive Team and supporting that direction is required. The employee must function well in a sometimes intense environment where critical management decisions are made on an on-going basis and be able to interact in this intense environment in a courteous manner with compassion and sensitivity.  Master’s Degree from an accredited educational institution in the social or behavioral sciences. Hold a valid and current independent license to practice in Texas within the behavioral health field. Minimum Psychologist, LCSW or LPC with strong preference for LCSW-S or LPC-S. At least 8 years of experience working as a clinician with high-needs youth populations preferred. At least 2 years of experience managing programs/personnel.

HUD Rapid Rehousing Program Manager – $48,000- $52,000 per year HUD Rapid Rehousing Program Manager Job Description

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The Program Manager is responsible for the overall implementation and development of the Housing and Urban Development program by developing housing opportunities, partnerships, and a wide range of supports for homeless youth ages 16-24.  A minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling, Public Administration or related field and least two years of experience working with homeless populations. Must have at least one year of supervisor experience working on a HUD-funded project, including having reporting and accountability responsibility, or/and equivalent amount of training and experience. Master’s Degree preferred.  LMSW desirable. Must be bilingual English/Spanish.

HUD Rapid Rehousing Case Manager Manager – $15 per hour HUD Rapid Rehousing Case Manager Job Description

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The Case Manager assists with the implementation and development of the Housing and Urban Development program by developing housing opportunities, partnerships, and a wide range of supports for homeless youth ages 16-24.  A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in social work or other human services field; preferred. LMSW desirable. Must have at least two years of experience serving at-risk or homeless youth/families.  Must be bilingual English/Spanish. 

Project Director – Border Collaborative to Strengthen and Preserve Families – $58,000.00 – $64,000.00 per year Project Director Job Description

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The Project Director serves as the day-to-day manager of the Border Collaborative to Strengthen and Preserve Families. This role has supervisory authority and responsibility for managing and monitoring the performance of subordinates. This role is responsible for compliance with approved Cooperative Agreement with the Administration for Children, Youth, and Families, Children’s Bureau and any other agreements or grants secured under this project.  Master’s degree in social work or related human services field preferred or bachelor’s degree plus two additional years of management and/or supervisory experience.  Proven management and supervisory experience.  Experience establishing new programs highly required.  Knowledge of/experience with basic research methods, community organizing, and/or training preferred. Experience in community organizing preferred.

Drop-In Center and Street Outreach Program Manager $48,000- $52,000 per year Drop In Center and SOP Program Manager Job Description

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The Drop-In Center and Street Outreach Program (DIC/SOP) Manager will supervise DIC/SOP employees and set the example in a team effort to a) conduct outreach on the streets and through numerous partners and create and b) manage a DIC space that is safe, structured, welcoming, and supportive for homeless and at-risk persons. The DIC/SOP Manager will ensure team members have critical training on the homeless sector’s services, personal safety, first aid, street triage and assessment, data management systems, and emergency shelter systems. The focus of DIC/SOP services are to identify and encourage homeless, runaway, trafficked, and street youth to access services and will also be trained on systems of care for adults they encounter who need help. Team members work closely with the El Paso Street Outreach Consortium and the Coalition for the Homeless of El Paso.  A Master’s Degree, and preferably licensure as a mental health professional and three years of professional experience working with vulnerable youth/CSEC survivors; OR A Bachelor’s Degree in a human service related field and at least five years experience working with vulnerable youth/CSEC survivors. Must be bilingual English/Spanish. 

Professional Foster Caregiver. Full-Time $25.00 per hour Professional Foster Caregiver Job Description

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The Professional Foster Care Provider position will be held by the person who serves as the primary caregiver for two to three youth in foster care.  Bachelor’s degree in human services or related field (child development, social work, counseling, secondary education, special education, nursing, psychology, etc.) plus two years of experience in a human services field. Three years of experience may be substituted for up to one year of education. Ten years of successful foster care experience with teens may be substituted for the formal education requirement. The Professional Foster Parent may not have another job outside the home. Home-based employment may be considered if it can support requirements needed for the foster care role, including unanticipated daytime obligations to go to schools, doctor’s and EPCC’s offices and others. Must have at least two separate bedrooms in the home available for providing care for two foster youth (there is no guarantee of placement of a child or children in the home and no guarantee for how long the placement will last). Must complete Child Protective Services’ and El Paso Center for Children’s minimum requirements for becoming a licensed foster home prior to being hired and being eligible for salary/benefits compensation. Some of these include a satisfactory home visit report and an affidavit attesting that the candidate has reviewed and will commit to some of the baseline requirements for becoming a foster parent and that they are confident that there will be no barriers to becoming licensed. Demonstrate excellent judgment and reliability in position responsibilities. Must not have more than 1 minor biological, adopted or custody of another child in the home. No other child in the home may be male over the age of 9.

Therapeutic Youth Worker. Part-Time (Average 25 hrs per week). $11.00 per hour  Shelter Youth Worker Job Description

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Youth Emergency Shelter. Part-time non- exempt. High School Diploma. At least two years of previous experience in shelter setting preferred and youth services. Rotating schedule at 24/7 facility.  Schedule flexibility is required. Must be at least 21 y/o. Must be bilingual English/Spanish. 

 


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