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Baltimore children Jobs

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Teacher (Watch Me Grow, Child Development Center) - Summary: Under the direct supervision of the Educational Director, coordinates daily activities in the Child Development Center of the "Watch Me Grow" CDC. Responsibilities: Maintain confidentiality of family records and information. Plan and implement developmentally appropriate activities in each lesson plan in compliance with MSDE Common Core/Healthy Beginnings standards. Plans quality child development following Creative Curriculum guidelines. Establish a nurturing, supportive, and stimulating relationship with children through strong communication skills and an individualized approach to each child. Communicate clear guidelines to center parents and volunteers. Keep center supplies and equipment clean, organized, and well maintained. Observe and evaluate children, document records. Serve as the primary care giver for an assigned group of children. Communicate observations and evaluations to parent, appropriate center staff, and Center Director. Work cooperatively with all parents, accept them as vital partners in the education and developmental process. Be available for personal and/or telephone conferences with parents. Serve as a positive role model for other staff, parents, and volunteers. Attend staff meetings, professional training, workshops and seminars to gain additional knowledge of available resources and skills. Complete 12 Core of Knowledge continuing education hours completed annually. Apply for credentialing through the Maryland State Department of Education within the first month of employment. Maintain a Maryland State Department of Education Credentialing level 4 or higher. Maintain First Aid and Infant/ Child CPR certification. Requires: Minimum of 90-hour certificate with 2 years of experience, 45 Infant/Toddler Certificate with 2 years of experience, or Early Childhood Development Certificate (CDA) credential, or an Associate of Arts Degree in Early Childhood Education, Human Development, Child Development, or a related field. Experience working with a zero to five population. A nurturing, patient, mature, organized, calm manner. Ability to communicate well with parents, community, professionals, and deal with a variety of personalities and situations with children, staff and parents. Sensitivity to parent issues and ability to build a partnership for their child's care. A working knowledge of developmental curriculum and a problem-solving approach. Meet qualifications for approval by the Maryland State Department of Education under COMAR 13A.09.09. Ability to lift 40 lbs. Apply to www.careers@fs-inc.orgSheppard Pratt Health System
Towson 
18 days ago
Art Teacher (Forbush School at Glyndon - Middle School Program) - The Forbush School at Glyndon is a year round program that offers students with emotional, behavioral, and intellectual disabilities, including autism spectrum disorder, the low staff-to-student ratio and individual attention needed to help them thrive. The campus has a ropes course and two sensory rooms for students to use. In addition to our expansive grounds, each of our students has access to integrated technology in the classrooms for educational and recreational usage. As a Special Education Teacher you will: Be responsible for the academic teaching and behavioral management of assigned students in the middle school program Demonstrate knowledge of age-specific student needs in instruction and create an appropriate learning environment in the classroom setting Monitor, evaluate, and report on students' progress Attend and participate in meetings Work cooperatively with other members of the School staff Requires: Bachelor's degree and at least 3 months of related teaching experience (i.e. student teaching, internships, etc.) Must have or be eligible for a conditional, standard professional or advanced certification with Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) at time of appointment. Candidates with a conditional certification must obtain standard professional or advanced certification within two to four years of starting in teaching role, as determined by MSDE evaluation of the individual's credentials. Must maintain MSDE certification requirements throughout tenure in position. Current MSDE certification in special education/elementary education and experience working with children/adolescents with autism and/or who have severe emotional/behavioral issues strongly preferred.Sheppard Pratt Health System
Towson 
15 days ago
Addictions Specialist (Partners in Recovery) - 5 years of experience required To be considered for this position, please submit resumes to - bridgett.tanner@ mosaicinc.org General Summary: Responsible for screening, assessment, referral and the follow-up of all Temporary Cash Assistance (TCA) applicants, TCA Re-determinations and TCA customers who self-refer for substance abuse problems, as well as, for the Food Stamp Drug Felons, located at the Baltimore City Department of Social Services, under the House Bill 1160 Welfare Innovation Act of 2000. The Addictions Specialist position requires professional certification by the Board of Professional Counselors and Therapists. The focus of Senate Bill-512 Children in Need of Assistance-Drug Addicted Babies Initiative is to assess the birth mother and father for drug use/abuse. To identify newborns that are born with a positive toxicology screen for all illicit substance. The addictions specialists are responsible for follow-ups, assessments and referring customers to the appropriate level of treatment. The assessments are conducted at the birthing hospitals, during home visit, and on site at the local Department of Social Services. The Addictions Specialist position requires professional certification by the Board for Professional Counselors and Therapists. Specialist could float between three Social Services/Health Department locations: one day in Baltimore City; three days in Baltimore County; and one day in Howard County. The focus of House Bill-7 Integration Child Welfare Initiative is to assess individuals and family members that are identified in the child welfare system that have a substance abuse problem. The addiction specialists are responsible for follow-ups, assessments and referring customers to the appropriate level of treatment. The assessments are conducted on site at the Local Department of Social Service located at 1900 N. Howard Street and 3007 E. Biddle Street. The Addictions Specialist position requires professional certification by the Board for Professional Counselors and Therapists. Responsibilities: On-site the Addictions Specialist will be able to: Identify, through substance abuse screenings or through a referral for urinalysis, TCA, Food Stamp Drug Felons, and Mothers and Fathers who have been identified by DSS Caseworkers, Supervisors, and Hospital Social Workers at time of delivery as suspected of illicit drugs use and or abuse. Assess and/or refer to treatment TCA customers and Food Stamp Drug Felons identified as having a substance abuse problem. Obtain consent for the release of confidential information from the customer referred to treatment or already enrolled in treatment. Refer the customer to the appropriate treatment program using the American Society of Addiction Medicine Patient Placement Criteria (ASAM-PPC-2R). Schedule an appointment for the customer for admission to the available treatment program. Send the release of information to the treatment provider chosen. Provide follow-up to determine the customer's status and/or compliance with the substance abuse treatment. Communicate the customers' compliance status information to the DSS case managers. Complete and update a daily screening roster of the customers' status. Collect, compile and complete a monthly report of customers screened each month. Combine and complete a monthly team report. Follow-up with customers in treatment on their third, fourteenth, thirtieth days, and thereafter, on a monthly basis. Communicate the compliance data of the customers in treatment to their DSS case manager. Conduct home and hospital visits of mother whose newborn has been identified with a positive toxicology screen for illicit substance and are considered to be at high risk for child abuse or neglect. Collaborate with the Family Recovery Program case managers in the event the customers are engaged through the court system. Administer the Statewide Maryland Automated Record Tracking System/Treatment Assignment Protocol (SMART-TAP) to assess the customers to gather pertinent information at time of assessment. Attend training, educational seminars, DSS in-services, meetings and conduct presentations. Program Planning and Evaluation: In collaboration with the Addictions Specialist Supervisor, plans and develops ways to remain flexible in order to continue to work with and within the Department of Social Services, which in turn, complements the continuum of services and supports the organization's mission. Responsible for the communication of problems to the Supervisor that may arise within this system. Program Management: Responsible for the daily screening and/or assessment the Temporary Cash Assistance and Food Stamp Drug Felon customers. To act as a liaison between the substance abuse treatment providers and the DSS Family Investment Centers to assure that all forms and procedures flow properly. To ensure compliance with substance abuse testing and treatment. Staff Supervision: Addictions Specialists are to report directly to their assigned Addictions Specialist Program Supervisor. Documentation/Compliance: Responsible for the implementation of the program's practices, compliance with record-keeping standards, and with the requirements of licensing, regulatory and accreditation bodies and internal standards. Requires: Work requires a thorough knowledge of state and federal laws pertaining to alcohol and drug treatment practices as well as community addictions services. Knowledge of and experience with the various assessment tools and client placement criteria using ASAM criteria. Knowledge of the state treatment providers and their admissions requirements. Ability to follow program procedures. Ability to demonstrate excellent written and oral communication skills. Must possess current certification as a Certified Supervised Counselor or a Certified Associate Counselor from the Maryland Board of Professional Counselors and Therapists. A minimum of an Associates of Arts degree, along with 5 years experience in counseling, psychology, social work, or related field from an accredited educational institution; and least five years of documented experience in substance abuse treatment experience. Ability to be a team player. Ability to work in a BCDSS office and with the general public. Ability to be culturally sensitive to the customers applying for and receiving assistance. Must be computer literate. Working Conditions: Placement in a BCDSS Office. Normal office environment, where there is no physical discomfort due to temperature, dust, noise, or smoke.Sheppard Pratt Health System
Towson 
19 days ago