A career at Harmony begins with a desire to embrace our mission and vision and join a team committed to making a difference in the lives of children, families, and our community. Harmony team members share the values of integrity, responsibility, and kindness. We value these characteristics as much as we value your experience.
Our team reviews all resumes and selects those candidates whose skills and experience most closely match the position’s requirements. If selected, candidates can expect three to five interviews along with extensive background and reference checks. This process fosters an environment that allows everyone involved to get to know each other and make the best decision for all.
Harmony team members enjoy a benefits package which may include
- Insurance: medical, prescription drug, dental, and life
- Paid time off – including holidays and 2 PTO days earned per month
- Retirement savings plan
- Technology stipend
Harmony conducts its affairs without regard to race, color, creed, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, disability, veteran status, family status, or political affiliation.
CEO Candidate Search
Harmony Family Center is seeking candidates for Chief Executive Officer (CEO). We are a not-for-profit organization that was founded more than 20 years ago. Harmony Family Center has helped the children we serve live their best lives. Today our team of experts, innovative programs, and evidence-based solutions uniquely position us to serve children and families experiencing the challenges, stressors, and trauma of modern life ranging from the most common to the most complex.
2 HART Case Coordinators – Part Time Positions available in Knoxville and Nashville.
The HART Case Coordinator is responsible for providing a range of permanency support services as guided by the contract specifications in compliance with best practices guidelines and regulations outlined by the Tennessee Department of Children’s Services
- Reports to the Adoption Permanency Director
- Provide written assessments for referred foster families including attachment and bonding, family dynamics, and home evaluations/home capacity.
- Coordinates and conducts interviews with relevant parties including DCS and private provider staff, foster families, children, therapists, and other members of the child’s team.
- Provide grief and loss counseling to foster children.
- Identify issues impacting permanency for the child.
- Prepare written assessment focusing on attachment and permanency issues.
- Provides short term counseling to children and families to address issues such as grief and loss as it relates to permanency.
- Leads case efforts and reports to the team.
- Documents case activity in online system.
- Master’s degree in counseling field such as clinical social work, mental health counseling, psychology, and/or marriage and family counseling.
- Working understanding of child development, impact of trauma, grief and loss, and attachment issues.
- Working understanding of the child welfare system and experience working with foster and/or adoptive parents.
- Experience preparing written assessments such as court reports, home study assessments or other child assessments.
- Experience providing individual counseling to children and youth.
- Capacity to create positive therapeutic alliances with all members of the child’s family and members of the Child and Family team.
- Capacity to communicate effectively and build partnerships with a team of child welfare professionals.
- Capacity to identify trends and systemic issues that impact child permanency.
Preferred Strengths to Successfully Meet Job Responsibilities
- High level of organization, self-directedness, and high ethical work standards required
- Flexible expectations in meeting variety of responsibilities throughout the day.
- Position is based from employee’s home
- No minimum number of hours per week are guaranteed
- Position is Saturday to Sunday and flexible scheduling is required. No guarantee of hours.
- Must clear all Harmony required pre-employment background checks. No person shall be employed who has been convicted of any offense against children.
- Ability to lift a minimum of twenty-five (25) pounds
- Ability to work independently as well as with a team
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Ability to multi-task and work efficiently
- Reliable transportation and proof of valid driver’s license as well as automobile insurance is required