Family Support Worker/Visitation Supervisor

The Family Support Worker is responsible for providing Family Support to clients as assigned. Specifically, the Family Support Worker will provide direct service to parents and their children primarily in the home environment as trained. This is a part time position. Bachelor’s degree in human services or two years of human services experience required.

Education/Certification Requirements:

  • Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree
  • Must be at least 21 years of age.

Experience Requirements:
Minimum of two years work experience in the human service field (social work, counseling/guidance, psychology, sociology, human development, mental health education or a closely related human service filed) or a High School Diploma. Skills/Qualifications including but not limited to:

  • Excellent writing skills and computer skills
  • Excellent Listening and verbal communication
  • Teamwork
  • Demonstrates understanding and empathy for others
  • Pass a background check (Sexual Offenders Register, the Department of Health & Human Services Central Registers for Adult Protective Services and Child Abuse and Neglect, and a Criminal Background Check.)

Mental Health Therapist

Job Purpose: 
Provide therapeutic and educational services to individuals, groups and families including young children and adult family members. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Maintain direct service unit expectations (full-time = 968 units per year).
  • Provide counseling to individuals, couples and families in order to effect change for growth and healing.
  • Establish and lead therapeutic groups for specific problem areas.
  • Design and deliver educational/therapeutic workshops, classes or programs to meet the identified needs of groups.
  • Assist in the promotion of agency services, workshops and classes.
  • Assume responsibility for building and maintaining a referral base and caseload.
  • Collaborate with other community professionals working with clients.
  • Provide consultation for churches, schools, organizations and communities in areas related to behavioral health and family life.
  • Follow agency policies and procedures.
  • Integrates cultural considerations into service delivery.
  • Develop a positive working relationship with area County Boards of Mental Health, probation, Diversion, state criminal justice system, and HHSS/DHS.

Record Keeping is an important skill and main function of the job. Therapists are expected to:

  • Maintain accurate, written clinical records of services provided per established agency/COA standards.
  • Timely completion of any provider enrollment forms and reports needed for third party payers or other outside entities.
  • Collect client fees and ensure services have prior authorization.
Ensure services provided are billable and coded properly.
Maintain documentation of supervision with clinical supervisor/supervising practitioner, when applicable.

Job Requirements:

  • Master’s degree from an accredited college in a human service program which provided preparation for professional counseling.
  • Licensure as a mental health practitioner in the State of Nebraska.
  • Experience working with children and families impacted by child sexual abuse and with very young children preferred.
  • Personal convictions which are comparable with the philosophy and goals of the Agency.
  • Excellent written and verbal skills.
  • Demonstrated understanding of and ability to work with persons of diverse cultural backgrounds.
  • Valid Nebraska driver’s license, proof of liability insurance and ability to drive for Agency business.
  • Commitment to the mission of Hill Counseling and Consulting, P.C.


The overall responsibility of the student is to devote himself/herself to the learning of helpful interaction with service users.

To make application for the internship at the appropriate time and in accordance with program procedures.

To complete and have signed by his/her advisor, the Authorization Checklist

To negotiate with the Field Instructor and the Internship Coordinator the internship contract.

To follow agency policies with regard to time schedules, regulations, and matters of dress.

To prepare agendas for discussions with the faculty liaison and Field Instructor.

To leave word with the agency secretary as to where s/he is and when s/he will return.

To report absences and reasons for absences immediately to the Field Instructor.

To participate in her/his midterm and final evaluations with the Field Instructor.

To participate in an evaluation of the Social Work Program.

To write a short assessment of the internship placement at the end of her/his internship.

To carry out an evaluation of the field instructor.

To complete assignments for the internship seminar.

To evaluate the faculty liaison.

To provide evidence of having completed the 300 or 600 hours.

***We are also accepting practicum students who need their 40 hours in order to begin their internships***