Case Manager Position Available in Waynesboro
The BCV has an immediate opening for an individual to fill the position of case manager on its Waynesboro, Mississippi campus. Applicants for this position must be mature Christian adults with personal integrity, Christian character and sound reputation. Applicants must have a demonstrated commitment to the ethical standards incumbent upon each member of the BCV staff and an appreciation of the confidentiality extended to children and families served by the BCV. The successful candidate will have a demonstrated ability to cultivate adaptive relationships with both children and adults. This individual must also have the ability to effectively communicate, through both written and spoken language, exhibit sound clinical judgment, tact and assertiveness, and be able to work effectively with residents, their families, referral sources and BCV staff. As this position requires a great deal of direct contact with residents and their families, the successful candidate for this position must have a relatively flexible schedule and be able to work at those times when the residents are on campus or when their families may be available.
Individuals seeking this position must have a Master’s Degree in a behavioral or social science field. An individual with a Bachelor’s Degree in a behavioral or social science field, and extensive case management experience in the field of residential or mental health care may be considered.
To apply for this position, please contact Dr. Randy Cotton, or complete the application and send it, along with a statement of faith and a resume copy to Dr. Randy Cotton at 114 Marketridge Drive, Ridgeland, MS 39157.
The BCV employs Christian, mission-minded, husband and wife teams, without dependent children or pets, to serve in the position of Houseparents. The couples must be mature Christian adults with personal integrity, character and of good reputation with standards and ethics expected of any member of The Baptist Children’s Village staff. They receive a salary with benefits and are provided a private bedroom and meals while on duty. The primary job responsibility of Houseparents is to maintain a home-like environment that models healthy, Christian family living for children and youth residents. They are the primary caregiver and help with everything from transportation and homework to laundry and meals when on duty. Houseparent responsibilities are varied and somewhat dependent upon which campus and to which cottage the couple is assigned. However, all Houseparents need to be in good physical, mental and emotional health. They must be cooperative and comfortable working in a team environment.
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