are many rewarding opportunities awaiting those who
want to start a career in social services or move into
supervisory or clinical positions within Key. Since
its inception, Key's success has rested on the exceptionally
committed shoulders of our professional staff. We continually
seek individuals who demonstrate a strong commitment
to the principles of helping at-risk youth and families
regain control of their lives.
Currently, our staff of over 500 includes representatives
from across the United States, United Kingdom, and Canada.
Types of Positions:
The opportunities at Key are endless. One of the roles
that we consider paramount is assisting entry-level
and advanced professionals in the process of learning,
developing, and enhancing their skills by providing
solid, hands-on experience with intensive supervision
and training. Key offers a comprehensive training program
that provides a diversity of experiential and didactic
approaches to learning about clinical and programmatic
Team Approach. Regardless of which position in Key is
best for you, you will work in a team system with your
co-workers. All positions are interactive and supportive
of the youth and families treatment goals.
Key's programs serve youth and families from the child
welfare, juvenile justice, mental health, and educational
Key recruits outstanding staff nationwide and internationally.
To view Key's current vacancies, please click the "Current Vacancies" link to the left of the screen or Click Here. Our positions include the following:
DIRECT CARE POSITIONS
Entry level. Provide family advocacy work, activity
planning, behavior management and crisis intervention
to adolescents in intensive treatment group homes.
BA/BS preferred, preferably in a human service related
Outreach & Tracking Caseworker
Provide intense family intervention, counseling, advocacy
in all life domains, and community networking. BA/BS
degree in human service related field required.
Overnight Awake Shiftworker
Entry level. Provide 'awake' night safety from 11pm
to 7am by supervising and monitoring adolescents in
a residential setting. High school diploma required.
Provide classroom work, curriculum development, and
individualized lesson plans. Participate in treatment
team while working in a small, structured alternative
school setting with adolescents. State teaching certification
required; eligibility in Special Education preferred.
Provide case management oversight, staff supervision
and training, and responsibility for daily program
degree required plus 1-2 years' supervisory experience.
Clinical Social Worker
Licensed (or eligible for license) to work with youth
and families in a variety of programs. Provide assessments,
individual, group and family treatment, and staff