Employment Opportunities

Are you passionate about helping kids who need it the most? Then we want you!

Our positions range from clinicians, to youth treatment counselors, to teachers, to a variety of support staff positions. See below for details on how to apply for each available position.

Technical Support Representative – Entry Level – 30 hours

Provides technical support to computer users who are experiencing either software or hardware problems by researching and answering questions; troubleshooting problems and escalating to appropriate team member; assist in maintaining workstation, laptop and printer functionality.

Education and Experience Equivalencies:

  • Some college work in computer science or related subject and/or one to two years of experience in technical support.
  • Patient manner in dealing with non-computer-literate users.
  • Ability to explain technical matters in an easy-to-understand, step-by-step manner.
  • Excellent communication skills, positive attitude, willingness and ability to master new skills
  • Team player with a great sense of community
  • Experience with A/V equipment is a plus

Tennyson Center is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and conducts full background and drug screens for all new hires. To apply send resume to: Employment@tennysoncenter.org

 

Community-Based Family Therapist- El Paso County

We are seeking a Community-Based Clinician who will be part of a small team starting a satellite office of Tennyson Center in El Paso County, CO to provide community based services to local families. They are a clinician with a framework that incorporates a solution-focused, trauma- informed approach and is strength-based. Skills in connecting families with the use of community resources.  Provides individual and family therapy and case management, working collaboratively with both internal and external resources in the home, school, community, and within TCC. Will be provided with company vehicle, iPhone and laptop.

Schedule: Flexible schedule to accommodate for evenings and/or weekend times when families are available. Sunday- Thursday position.

Education and Experience Equivalencies:

  • Master of Social Work or a graduate degree in a related field required.
  • Two years or equivalent clinical work experience treating families and children preferred.
  • Family therapy skills and theory base required. Must have the ability to work independently, make clinically sound decisions, and have a teamwork approach.
  • Strong initiative in building positive relationships and maintaining excellent communication with community partners and team members.

Tennyson Center is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and conducts full background and drug screens for all new hires. To apply send resume to: Employment@tennysoncenter.org

RELIAS – Learning Management Coordinator- 30 hour position

Summary of Duties:

Oversee the ongoing management of Relias, a learning management solution, for Tennyson Center for Children.  Manage training modules for all staff.

Ongoing responsibilities include:

  • Entering and maintaining all employee information into Relias.
  • Building training modules in the system for staff use.
  • Work with Manager of Training and PQI Coordinator to ensure agency is meeting training requirements.
  • Tracking all trainings for HR Files.

Education and Experience Equivalencies:

  • Two years college or HS diploma and minimum two years office support/customer service experience.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office, Word and Excel. Database experience preferred.
  • Must have excellent attention to detail.
  • Must have strong organizational and prioritizing skills, good analytic ability, strong communication skills and ability to work collaboratively with all levels of staff.

Tennyson Center is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and conducts full background and drug screens for all new hires. To apply send resume to:  Employment@tennysoncenter.org

 

Bilingual Community-Based Family Therapist-Weld County

Provides individual and family therapy and case management, working collaboratively with both internal and external resources in the home, school, community, and within TCC.  Carries a caseload of both English and Spanish speaking cases.  Position requires working ability to speak and understand Spanish language and Latin-American culture. Will be part of a small team starting a satellite office of Tennyson Center in Weld County, CO to provide community based services to local families.

Education and Experience Equivalencies:

  • Master of Social Work or a graduate degree in a related field, license required.
  • Two years or equivalent post-graduate work experience treating families and children preferred.
  • Family therapy skills and theory base required; inpatient and outpatient therapy experience preferred. Looking for a clinician with a framework that incorporates a solution-focused, trauma- informed approach and is strength-based.
  • Skills in connecting families with the use of community resources.
  • Fluency in both Spanish and English required.
  • Flexible schedule to accommodate for evenings and/or weekend times when families are available. Must have the ability to work independently, make clinically sound decisions, and have a teamwork approach.
  • Strong initiative in building positive relationships and maintaining excellent communication with community partners and team members.

Tennyson Center is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and conducts full background and drug screens for all new hires. To apply send resume to: Employment@tennysoncenter.org

 

Bilingual Family and School Support Specialist – Northern Colorado – Greeley Area

We are seeking a Family and School Support Specialist for Northern Colorado in the Greeley area. They are responsible for providing intensive support, consultation, counseling and crisis intervention services to children and families, in their home, school, and community settings. Will be part of a small team starting a satellite office of Tennyson Center in Weld County, CO to provide community based services to local families. Bilingual in Spanish and English required.

Education and Experience:

  • BA in Human Services or related field required. One year prior experience within Tennyson Center or three years prior experience with EBD children and their families in another setting/or equivalent combination of the two.
  • Training and demonstrated skills in crisis intervention.
  • Strong theoretical background/understanding of clinical issues and family systems.
  • Must have the ability to work independently, make clinically sound decisions, demonstrate flexibility and have a teamwork approach.
  • Strong initiative in building positive relationships and maintaining excellent communication with community partners and team members.
  • Must be flexible to schedule appointments when families are available in evenings and on weekends when needed.
  • All candidates must have (or qualify to obtain) a current Colorado driver’s license.

Tennyson Center is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and conducts full background and drug screens for all new hires. To apply send resume to:  Employment@tennysoncenter.org

Family and School Support Specialist – Denver

We are seeking a Family and School Support Specialist for the Metro Denver Area. They are responsible for providing intensive support, consultation, counseling and crisis intervention services to children and families, in their home, school, and community settings.

Education and Experience:

  • BA in Human Services or related field required. One year prior experience within Tennyson Center or three years prior experience with EBD children and their families in another setting/or equivalent combination of the two.
  • Fluency in Spanish preferred.
  • Training and demonstrated skills in crisis intervention.
  • Strong theoretical background/understanding of clinical issues and family systems.
  • Must have the ability to work independently, make clinically sound decisions, demonstrate flexibility and have a teamwork approach.
  • Strong initiative in building positive relationships and maintaining excellent communication with community partners and team members.
  • Must be flexible to schedule appointments when families are available in evenings and on weekends when needed.
  • All candidates must have (or qualify to obtain) a current Colorado driver’s license.
  • Works a Sunday through Thursday schedule.

Tennyson Center is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and conducts full background and drug screens for all new hires. To apply send resume to:  Employment@tennysoncenter.org

Youth Treatment Counselors

We are seeking Youth Treatment Counselors for our Special Services Unit. They are responsible for the implementation of a therapeutic milieu, group and individual treatment programs and the daily supervision and care of children living in the residential unit.

Schedule

Works a Wednesday – Saturday schedule.

Education and Experience:

  • B. A. in Human Services field or equivalent experience required.
  • Prior experience preferred with special needs population, especially EBD children.
  • All candidates must have (or qualify to obtain) a current Colorado drivers license.
  • Colorado law requires that anyone working in the State of Colorado must have a Colorado driver’s license within 30 days of employment).
  • Must be certified in medication administration within 6 months of employment.

Tennyson Center is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and conducts full background and drug screens for all new hires. To apply send resume to:  Employment@tennysoncenter.org

Night Youth Treatment Counselor

Responsible for implementing treatment plans for children with multiple emotional needs and/or mental health concerns in a structured environment. Performs routine cottage housekeeping chores and the overnight supervision and care of the children in the unit. Will provide a therapeutic balance of nurturing and limit-setting, demonstrating an understanding of the emotional needs of the children.

Education and Experience:

  • B. A. in Human Services field or equivalent experience required.
  • Prior experience preferred with special needs population, especially EBD children.
  • All candidates must have (or qualify to obtain) a current Colorado drivers license.
  • Colorado law requires that anyone working in the State of Colorado must have a Colorado driver’s license within 30 days of employment).
  • Must be certified in medication administration within 6 months of employment.

Tennyson Center is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and conducts full background and drug screens for all new hires. To apply send resume to:  Employment@tennysoncenter.org

Change Navigator

Responsible for collecting and presenting data including: conclusions, implementation, and organization of outcomes to direct change within Tennyson and throughout the child welfare system. This will involve coordinating projects within and the development of EVOLV (Tennyson’s Electronic Health Record) in order to ensure that EVOLV is able to collect, interpret, and report on agency outcomes. The position will also be responsible for leading the discussion on data based changes within the organization and beyond.

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Human Services, Business, Mathematics, Education, Communications, or a related field and experience dealing with outcomes data.
  • Experience with data collection, EXCEL, and databases.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including ability to work collaboratively with peers in a self-managed team environment.

Tennyson Center is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and conducts full background and drug screens for all new hires. To apply send resume to:  Employment@tennysoncenter.org

Admissions Case Manager

Supports the mission, goals and values of the agency by providing professional response and coordination of referrals for the Admissions department. Provides case management to families referred, and directs other referrals to resources as applicable. Works closely with Admission Team to build and maintain an active referral base, and provide quality customer service. Integrate with clinical, residential, educational and community based teams. Guide payer sources, clients and customers through the intake and welcoming process.  Maintain positive public relations with external partners. Maintains benefit assignments for clients and coordinates private insurance for clients, and out of state referral process to assure funding source is in place.  Accommodate flexible hours to include evening hours

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelors Degree in Human Service field and/or mental health field.
  • Admissions and case management experience preferred as well as experience working with at-risk youth and their families.
  • High-level skills in interviewing, assessment, and data gathering.
  • Family systems philosophy, strong organizational skills.
  • Excellent customer service skills.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Computer Microsoft applications proficiency
  • Works a flexible schedule including some evening hours

Tennyson Center is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and conducts full background and drug screens for all new hires. To apply send resume to:  Employment@tennysoncenter.org.

Resource Team YTC

Responsible for the implementation of the therapeutic milieu through modeling of healthy, therapeutic interactions with children living in the residential units. Provides staff feedback and support with the aim of enhancing the therapeutic structure of the units. Responds to calls for support from the units and supervises campus safety per the direction of the Resource Team supervisor.  Will implement behavior management as outlined in the TCI training within the Relationship Based Model and Trauma Informed Care.

Schedule:

Works a Wednesday – Saturday schedule, including evening hours.

Education and Experience:

B.A. in Human Services field required or four years equivalent experience in lieu of degree.

Prior experience preferred with special needs population, especially children with emotional and behavioral disorders.

All candidates must have (or qualify to obtain) a current Colorado drivers license Colorado law requires that anyone working in the State of Colorado must have a Colorado driver’s license within 30 days of employment.

Must be certified in medication administration within 6 months of employment.

Tennyson Center is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and conducts full background and drug screens for all new hires. To apply send resume to:  Employment@tennysoncenter.org.

Collaborative Teacher

The Collaborative Teacher is responsible for filling in for the classroom teachers for absences or teacher openings. This position requires the flexibility to serve as the teacher for elementary, middle school, high school and ASPEN classes when necessary. At times will be required to complete IEP’s, facilitate IEP meetings, complete report cards or other tasks for extended absences of a classroom teacher. The Collaborative Teacher will support other teachers by providing coverage in the classroom to facilitate completion of paperwork and peer observations. Responsible for implementing academic and behavioral goals from the Individualized Education Program (IEP), Personal Learning Plan (PLP) and treatment plans.

Schedule:

Works Monday – Friday, 7:00 – 3:00. Works school schedule plus six weeks in the summer.

Education and Experience:

B.A. from an accredited university.

A valid Colorado Teaching Certificate with a Special Education Generalist endorsement (or ability to obtain).

Teachers who possess a valid Colorado Teacher Certificate without the appropriate special education endorsement must complete the TTE (Temporary Teaching Eligibility) as required by state regulations.

Tennyson Center is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and conducts full background and drug screens for all new hires. To apply send resume to:  Employment@tennysoncenter.org.

Controller

The Controller reports to the CFO and manages TCC’s accounting practices, maintains fiscal records in an accurate and timely manner, and prepares financial reports. Provides timely and reliable information, analysis and evaluation for strategic and financial decisions. Responsible for the execution of operational finance, practices and policies and the conduct of TCC’s relationship with governmental agencies.

The Controller position has significant potential for career growth, development, and advancement.

Education and Experience:

Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance or related Business field.

CPA license.

Five plus years of previous experience in corporate accounting & finance or public accounting, such as auditing, month-end close processing, financial management, and staff supervision.

Non-profit, mental health, or behavioral health agency experience.

Technical knowledge with analytics and financial systems. Excel expert. Experience with Financial Edge and Raiser’s Edge software.

Experience with Medicaid billing and coding.

Tennyson Center is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and conducts full background and drug screens for all new hires. To apply send resume to:  Employment@tennysoncenter.org

 

If you are contacted to come in for an interview, please download this application, save the form to your local computer, fill it out electronically, save your information and email it to employment@tennysoncenter.org. All resumes will be kept on file for six months. 

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