Provides Mental Health services; does not have supervisory responsibility, collaborates with community mental health agencies to serve clients, plans or implements mental health intervention, observes in classroom, provides staff support in behavior management, and provides mental health education, training and consultation to staff and parents.
The Mental Health Specialist has no direct therapy/counseling with the children.
Candidates must have a car and valid driver’s license as travel throughout Trenton is required.
Maintain Professional and Ethical Standards:
Masters degree in Social Work, LSW. LCSW preferred
Minimum of three (3) to five (5) years of experience working with children 0 – 5 years old. Experience using the ChildPlus data based software system or equivalent a plus.