CORNERSTONE OF HOPE GRIEF CENTER CAREERS
Cornerstone of Hope is a non-profit comprehensive bereavement care organization with grief center locations in Cleveland, Columbus, and Lima. Candidates interested in applying for career opportunities at Cornerstone of Hope, please apply online at Indeed.com by searching for Cornerstone of Hope. All applicants are required to submit their resume along with a cover letter focusing on how the applicant demonstrates Cornerstone of Hope’s core values of faith, compassion, commitment and passion.
The Clinical Director will possess visionary skills to continue to build a comprehensive program to serve individuals and families who seek support after the death of a loved one. All applicants must have a master’s degree and be independently licensed in Counseling (PCC-S) or Social Work (LISW-S) with at least four years of Clinical Supervisory experience. Direct counseling and group work experience; bereavement experience; and the ability to lead a team and build a program.
The Operations Director reports directly to the Executive Director and will be responsible for all aspects of the daily operations of the organization and its full-time and part-time staff. The main areas of responsibility include: handling human resource matters, facilities management and internal purchasing needs; managing all internal IT and phone system needs and issues; overseeing all external vendors contracts; identifying operational gaps and implementing improvements that increase the efficiency of staff; managing and enhancing an existing volunteer program; executing the organization’s strategic plan; setting and maintaining key service measurements to evaluate growth; supervising the current accounting department; and assisting the clinical team in establishing new programs.
CORNERSTONE OF HOPE GRIEF CENTER INTERNSHIPS
Cornerstone of Hope is one of the premier training sites for graduate interns in the fields of social work, counseling and art therapy. Each intern typically carries an individual caseload as well as running one or two support groups each semester. Interns receive a high level of clinical supervision, including one hour per week individual and two hours of group supervision. Slots fill up quickly and often a year in advance. Eligible interns are able to commit to two consecutive semesters for their clinical field placement. Click here for more information on the Cornerstone of Hope Internships.