Employment Opportunities

 

If you want to make a difference in a young person's life, AK Child & Family is the place for you.

 

We employ 200 professional staff members, most of whom work directly with the students. AK Child & Family offers a friendly, supportive environment. In addition to competitive wages, there are many benefits offered to employees including an affordable healthcare plan, generous paid leave, higher education support, flexible scheduling and more.

 

If interested, you may apply online or print an application. If you have any questions, please contact Human Resources by phone (907) 348-9294 or through our contact page.

 

 

Positions Available

  • Training Support Specialist

    The Training Support Specialist works with the Training Manager to assess, develop, design, implement, and evaluate agency training needs. Support with all agency training initiatives with particular emphasis on programmatic training needs to sustain operations is provided. This position requires working collaboratively with supervisory staff to help facilitate growth and development; the TSS works collaboratively with the Training Manager, Training Specialist II, and HR Development Manager to promote core competencies of all staff to include participation in orientation, on-the-job skill development, supervisory skill development, Leadership programming development, and ad hoc training needs developed in cooperation with Program Directors. The TSS is responsible for maintaining training database and record keeping, thereby ensuring timely and accurate records are in place; this includes keeping track of and reporting on compliance related training standards. The TSS assists in scheduling and coordinating external speakers (e.g. all-staff presenters), and supports staff in coordinating conference registration and travel arrangements as requested.

    Pay Range: DOE plus excellent benefits

    Scheduling: Monday through Friday daytime with various nights and weekends as needed to fit training needs

    Click here for the full job description document. (PDF)


  • Community Programs Clinical Program Supervisor

    Provides clinical oversight for the Activity Therapy Department and the matching process between Activity Therapists and youth. Provides clinical consultation to Community Programs staff as needed. Provides clinical and administrative supervision to Activity Therapists and Community Programs Coordinators. Provides direct clinical services including individual, family, and group therapy.
    Provides crisis intervention, clinical on-call support, and emergency clinical sessions for youth as defined in the job description.

    Salary: $3,562 to $4,121 per month plus benefits

    Scheduling: Daytime, Monday through Friday and various as needed

    Click here for the full job description document. (PDF)


  • Community Programs Clinical Therapist

    The Community Programs Clinical Therapist (CPCT) is responsible for the provision of wraparound, comprehensive clinical service to youth and their families. The CPCT will have a caseload that will include family, individual, and group therapy for youth in Community Programs and maintain a productivity average set by the DCP to be reviewed annually. This includes provision of multifamily group, individual, family, group therapies, crisis intervention, discharge planning, interdisciplinary teamwork, case managment, and community liaison. The CPCT is the directing clinician for treatment which includes assisting in the development of treatment plan and implementation of appropriate treatment strategies for students and their families. The CPCT provides related clinical consultation to ensure that all compliance standards are met in the provision of treatment. On-call services are also a part of this position.

    Salary: $3,458 to $4,009/monthly D.O.E plus benefits package

    Scheduling: Monday through Friday daytime and Various as needed

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  • Residential Clinical Therapist Rover

    The Residential Clinical Therapist Rover is responsible for the provision of comprehensive clinical and case management services to students and their families. This includes the provision of individual, family, group therapies, crisis intervention, advocacy, assessment, planning, discharge planning, interdisciplinary teamwork and community liaison. Residential Clinical Therapists are responsible for formulating and implementing appropriate treatment strategies for students and their families on their assigned caseload and for timely and satisfactory documentation of all treatment efforts.

    Salary: $3,458 to $4,009/monthly D.O.E plus benefits

    Scheduling: Monday through Friday daytime and Various as needed

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  • Spiritual Life Minister

    The Spiritual Life Minister is responsible for the delivery of spiritual life programming and services for children in psychiatric residential treatment. These services are voluntary, non-denominational, culturally sensitive, and age appropriate for the children.

    Scheduling needs: Sun-Wed Afternoons, Various Sat & Sun; and/or Holidays up to 20 hours per week.

    Pay range: $15.13 - $16.53 / hour plus benefits

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  • Part Time Registered Nurse

    The Registered Nurse will provide nursing services and coordinate physician services for youth in Residential Treatment.

    Pay Range: $26.92 to $30.28/hour plus benefits

    Scheduling: Monday through Friday Daytime and Early Evenings

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  • Executive Assistant

    This is a staff support position in the Operations Department. The Executive Assistant will collaborate and coordinate with staff to facilitate project requirements. The Executive Assistant provides assistance with all phases of agency projects including, but not limited to research, initiation, planning, marketing, execution, and reporting. The Executive Assistant also assists with grant writing, staff orientation training, and word processing and computer software training and troubleshooting (as appropriate).

    Schedule: Monday through Friday; daytime and varying weekend/nights as needed

    Salary: D.O.E plus benefits

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  • Activity Therapist

    Work directly with young people in our Community Programs division.
    Plan, supervise, and work with youth on goals utilizing community resources.
    Plan and organize group activities.

    Scheduling and hours: Full-time and part-time (20 hours a week flexible scheduling, typically afternoons . )

    Pay Range: $13.45 - $13.85 /hour plus benefits

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  • Psychiatric Treatment Counselor

    Supervise children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral problems.
    Structure schedule for students, supervise daily activities, and meal preparation.
    Group and individual therapeutic interactions with residents.

    Full time shifts available: Monday through Friday mid day OR Sunday through Wednesday afternoons and evenings OR Sunday daytime and Monday through Wednesday afternoons and evenings OR Wednesday through Saturday afternoons and evenings.

    Part time shifts available: Monday through Friday mid day

    Pay Range: $13.05-13.45 per hour plus benefits.

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  • Weekend Psychiatric Treatment Counselor

    Supervise children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral problems in collaborating with directing clinicians. Structure schedule for students, supervise daily activities, and meal preparation. Assist with group and individual therapeutic interactions with residents.

    Scheduling: Weekend days and Wednesday Afternoon for staff meeting

    Pay Range: $13.05 per hour plus benefits.

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  • Night Psychiatric Treatment Counselor

    Responsible for security and supervision of children and adolescents at night.
    Oversee sanitation of living unit and completion of unit paperwork.

    Scheduling: Friday-Sunday nights (32.5 hours per week)

    Starting Pay: $13.05 per hour plus benefits

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