19 Jul Crisis Counselor
Behavioral health agency in eastern North Carolina has multiple positions for full-time Crisis Counselors that will be responsible for partnered field work related to a FEMA-grant funded project. Positions available in Brunswick, Carteret, Columbus, Craven, Onslow, Pender and Pitt/Beaufort/Hyde counties. Crisis Counselors will work with individuals, families and groups affected by Hurricane Florence to provide outreach, education and support. Duties include canvassing, following up on referrals, attending community events and conducting presentations in various settings. Candidates must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, public speaking experience and the ability to interact with the public and diverse populations. Additional requirements include experience and education related to the behavioral health field and a valid driver’s license and transportation to work. Certification in crisis counseling is preferred. Position will require walking and the ability to work evenings and weekends required. Full-time project-based positions estimated for a minimum of 3 months.