Be the change you want to see in the world… make a difference in the lives of children!
We appreciate your interest in employment opportunities with Northwood Children’s Services. Northwood has an exceptional 130 year history of providing compassionate service for the care and treatment of children with emotional, behavioral and learning disabilities. We are known for our excellent work environment and providing opportunities to advance within our organization.
Below, is a brief description of positions that we offer and the preferred qualifications for those positions.
Residential Treatment Counselor
|Description||Northwood Children's Services is recruiting for residential treatment counselors.|
This position offers exciting opportunities to work with children and adolescents in a residential treatment setting. A counselor's primary duties include the day-to-day care and supervision of the students within their group. Counselors provide a constructive model for the students to emulate, teach various coping and communication skills, physical and social skills, and help enable students to develop socially acceptable values and attitudes.
Counselors are responsible for creating a living and learning environment that offers a variety of opportunities that serve to meet students' recreational, intellectual, social, and emotional needs.
Counselors succeed at Northwood when they:
*Are passionate about social services and dedicated to helping children and families
*Value feedback and accountability
*Value the collaboration that comes from working on a team and thrive working independently
*Are results driven and detailed oriented
*Have a sense of humor and find creative ways to implement ideas
*Think "outside the box"
*Value a strength-based treatment approach
*Are looking for more than just a job
This position works shifts, including days, evenings, overnights and weekends.
|Qualifications||Two year’s of college or other related post high-school education, or four years of experience in child care or the human services field. A Bachelor's degree and one or more years experience in the human services field is preferred.|
Demonstrated experience of with working successfully with diverse populations is also preferred.
A valid driver's license and clean driving record is required.
Insurance Billing Specialist
|Description||Northwood Children's Services has an immediate opening for a full time Insurance Specialist. The Insurance Specialist is responsible for the checking of benefits and eligibility, obtaining authorizations, data entry of claims and claims resolution.|
|Qualifications||Qualifications include relevant college or vocational education and two years previous work experience. Desirable qualifications include experience in Mental Health billing or at least one year of experience within a medical facility.|
Health & Wellness Intern - Spring Semester
|Location||Northwood Children's Services|
|Description||Spring Semester 2015|
The Health and Wellness Intern is responsible for planning and implementing wellness related programs, incentives and classes, under the guidance of the Wellness Committee.
|Qualifications||The Internship must be arranged through the student’s College/University academic program with a minimum of 200 hours over the course of the semester. |
The internship is for the primary benefit of the student and is unpaid.
Northwood offers these benefits:
- Long Term Disability, Accidental Death and
Dismemberment and Life Insurance
- Medical Insurance
- Worker’s Compensation
- Retirement Benefits
- Social Security
- Unemployment Benefits
- Professional Liability
- Tax Sheltered Annuity
- Cafeteria Plan/Flexible Benefits Plan
- Credit Union
- Benefits Continuation (COBRA)
- Employee Assistance Program
If you want to make a difference in a child’s life, come join our staff of qualified, caring individuals whose mission is to help disadvantaged children and their families.
If you would like more information on any of the positions listed above, please contact: