Sociology Jobs in Fort Worth, Texas
Voc Rehab Counselor I - The Counselor I performs work in support of the mission, goals and values of DARS, and applies critical thinking skills and sound decision making in performance of routine rehabilitation work in one or more program areas: Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) including transition from high school to adult VR services, and or Independent Living (IL) and/or Comprehensive Rehabilitat...
Cook Children's Healthcare Fort Worth, TX, 76102
SUMMARY: Assumes the primary caretaker role for psychiatric patients ages Pre-K through adolescents which includes activities of daily living, maintaining a safe environment, and the management of harmful behaviors. The Program Specialist II also participates in family crisis intervention, teaching, group process and on call as needed. QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree in psychology, sociology or ...
Healthways, Inc. Fort Worth, TX, 76102
Join us in helping to transform the Fort Worth community into a healthier place to live, work and play. If you have a passion for improving the well-being of others and are driven to make a difference we want to hear from you! This individual is responsible for supporting the engagement of Fort Worth community members and organizations at the grassroots level, resulting in their participation in ...
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