Job Opportunities

If you feel you are a good fit for any of these current openings, please fill out and submit our ONLINE APPLICATION HERE.  Thank you.

In Order to Be Considered for Any of the Positions Listed Applications Must be Fully Completed.

PLEASE NOTE! Some applicants are receiving multiple emails to resubmit an application which are being generated by job search websites other than Marygrove.  Please disregard these emails if you receive any.

 To view an outline of the Archdiocesan benefits visit this link:  http://archstl.org/hr/page/employee-benefits-2012


 LPN Monday-Friday 9-5:30pm

$500 SIGN ON BONUS upon completion of one year probationary period for those who qualify.

Job Description:

The LPN provides health care needs such as immunizations for residents and staff , TB skin testing for staff, triage for ill or injured, prescribed medical treatment and personal care through communication with the primary care nurse practitioner or physician for the residents of Marygrove.

Essential Duties:

  • Follows written physician or Nurse Practitioner orders
  • Documents and provides prescribe medical treatment authorized by nurse practitioner or physician
  • Obtains legal consent for psychotropic medication changes
  • Monitors residents’ heights, weights, blood pressure, and peak flows (if asthmatic)
  • Maintains immunization records for all residents and staff
  • Obtains lab results of blood or urine for testing and monitoring
  • Reviews prescribed medications and monitors proper dispensing and documentation
  • Triages patients for illness or injury and reports to the nurse practitioner or physician in timely manner
  • Observes patients and reports adverse reactions to medications or treatment to nurse practitioner or physician
  • Administers prescribed medication orally, subcutaneous or intramuscular injection methods and records time and amount on chart
  • Prepares Leave of Absence medications for residents
  • Provides MCCA medication certification and recertification training for staff
  • Rotates on-call responsibilities with RN or Director of Nursing
  • Assumes RN or Director of Nursing supervisory responsibilities when absent

Requirements:

  • High School Diploma
  • Practical Nursing Program in the State of Missouri
  • 3-5 years experience in Pediatric Nursing
  • First Aid/CPR
  • Medication Certification
  • SCM Restraint Training
  • SCM De-Escalation
  • Safe Environment Program – Archdiocese of St. Louis

EOE/M/F/H/V Apply online or fax resume to 314-584-6100.


Residential Technician – 6:00am-4:00pm Shift

$500 SIGN ON BONUS upon completion of one year probationary period. 

Job Description:

Full time with benefit package: Implements policies, procedures and services of program. Supervises and monitors each resident including incident reports and logs and ensures residents complete morning routine. Pay range $10.15-$13.50 hourly.

Requirements:

    • 21 years of age or older
    • Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Psychology or related field or equivalent in experience
    • Experience with S.E.D. children preferred
    • Valid Driver’s License

EOE/M/F/H/V Apply online or fax resume to 314-584-6100.


Residential Technician – 2:30-10:30pm Shift

$500 SIGN ON BONUS upon completion of one year probationary period. 

Job Description:

Full time with benefit package: Implements policies, procedures and services of program. Supervises and monitors each resident including incident reports and logs and ensures residents complete morning routine. Pay range $10.15-$13.50 hourly. This shift receives a $0.60 per hour differential.

Requirements:

    • 21 years of age or older
    • Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Psychology or related field or equivalent in experience
    • Experience with S.E.D. children preferred
    • Valid Driver’s License

EOE/M/F/H/V Apply online or fax resume to 314-584-6100.


Residential Technician Overnight 10pm-8am FT

$500 SIGN ON BONUS upon completion of one year probationary period. 

Job Description:

Full time with benefit package; Implements policies, procedures and services of program. Supervises and monitors each resident including incident reports and logs and ensures residents complete morning routine. Pay range $10.15-$13.50 hourly.

Requirements:

      • 21 years of age or older
      • Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Psychology or related field or equivalent in experience
      • Valid Driver’s License
      • Experience with S.E.D. children preferred

EOE/M/F/H/V Apply online or fax resume to 314-584-6100.


Residential Technician – On Call / Shift Availability

Job Description:

Implements the day to day operation of the residential service program within the particular department including supervision, transportation, medication administration, skill building, group outings, etc. Works on as needed basis dependent upon employee availability. Pay range $10.15-$13.50 hourly.

Requirements:

  • 21 years of age or older
  • Bachelor’s degree in Social Work
  • Psychology or related field or equivalent in experience
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Experience with S.E.D. children preferred

EOE/M/F/H/V Apply online or fax resume to 314-584-6100.


Housekeeper FT

$500 SIGN ON BONUS upon completion of one year probationary period. 

Job Description:

The Housekeeper cleans dining rooms, living rooms, hallways, bathrooms, resident rooms, kitchens, stairwells, offices and the school at Marygrove.

Essential Duties:

  • School: Wipes down desks, door knobs, light switches, high and low dust, window sills, pulls trash, sweep and mop all floors
  • Kitchen: Cleans mats, pulls trash, sweeps and mops.  Refills paper towels and soap dispensers
  • Cafeteria: Stacks chairs, pulls trash, sweeps and mops, puts chairs back down, takes all trash to the dumpster, cleans inside and outside of trashcans as needed
  • All floor care including dust mopping, wet mopping, sweeping, scrubbing, waxing and polishing
  • Cleans rugs, carpets and draperies
  • Strips, waxes and buffs floors
  • Cleans furniture including upholstered furniture, desk tops and table tops
  • Cleans lobbies, lounges, restrooms, hallways, and stairways
  • Dusts furniture and high and low area of walls.  Washes walls, ceiling and woodwork.  Washes windows, door panels and sills.
  • Empties wastebaskets and empties
  • Transports trash and waste to disposal area
  • Replenishes bathroom supplies.  Replaces light bulbs
  • Make and change resident beds
  • Observes and reports any and all safety and maintenance deficiencies
  • Help the organization meet its quality improvement, evaluation, and reporting requirements by contributing to developing outcomes, participating  in data collection, interpreting data and applying it to improve practices and outcomes

Requirements:

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • 1-3 months related experience
  • Be team oriented and able to work independently
  • Safe Environment Program – Archdiocese of St. Louis

EOE/M/F/H/V Apply online or fax resume to 314-584-6100.


Housekeeper PT 8am-12pm

Job Description:

The Housekeeper cleans dining rooms, living rooms, hallways, bathrooms, resident rooms, kitchens, stairwells, offices and the school at Marygrove.

Essential Duties:

  • School: Wipes down desks, door knobs, light switches, high and low dust, window sills, pulls trash, sweep and mop all floors
  • Kitchen: Cleans mats, pulls trash, sweeps and mops.  Refills paper towels and soap dispensers
  • Cafeteria: Stacks chairs, pulls trash, sweeps and mops, puts chairs back down, takes all trash to the dumpster, cleans inside and outside of trashcans as needed
  • All floor care including dust mopping, wet mopping, sweeping, scrubbing, waxing and polishing
  • Cleans rugs, carpets and draperies
  • Strips, waxes and buffs floors
  • Cleans furniture including upholstered furniture, desk tops and table tops
  • Cleans lobbies, lounges, restrooms, hallways, and stairways
  • Dusts furniture and high and low area of walls.  Washes walls, ceiling and woodwork.  Washes windows, door panels and sills.
  • Empties wastebaskets and empties
  • Transports trash and waste to disposal area
  • Replenishes bathroom supplies.  Replaces light bulbs
  • Make and change resident beds
  • Observes and reports any and all safety and maintenance deficiencies
  • Help the organization meet its quality improvement, evaluation, and reporting requirements by contributing to developing outcomes, participating  in data collection, interpreting data and applying it to improve practices and outcomes

Requirements:

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • 1-3 months related experience
  • Be team oriented and able to work independently
  • Safe Environment Program – Archdiocese of St. Louis

EOE/M/F/H/V Apply online or fax resume to 314-584-6100.


Case Manager – SAS

$500 SIGN ON BONUS upon completion of one year probationary period. 

Job Description:

The Case Manager assists the transitional and independent living department with family visits, transportation, school enrollment, discharge summaries, case record maintenance and other paperwork. Also assists the Apartment Program as needed. Performs all of the case management tasks for the clients being placed through the Children’s Service Fund.

Essential Duties:

  • Supervises family and sibling visits on-campus with residents and their families
  • Enrolls residents in school
  • Transports residents for sibling and family visits
  • Transports children to routine court hearings, PPR meetings, IEP’s, FST meetings, etc.
  • Develops discharge summaries, psychosocial summaries, enters incident reports and other reports
  • Assists as needed in the Apartment Program. This may include transporting clients, moving furniture and household items, cleaning apartments, etc.
  • Maintains resident clothing allowance information
  • Set up/connects clients with appropriate social service programs needed them live independently (MO Health Net, Food Stamps, etc.)
  • Assists CSF clients with discharge planning to appropriate settings
  • Maintains all resident records according to licensing and C.O.A. standards
  • Works cooperatively with Quality Assurance Director to organize all COA materials
  • Help the organization meet its quality improvement, evaluation, and reporting requirements by contributing to developing outcomes, participating in data collection, interpreting data and applying it to improve practices and outcomes
  • Performs other duties as delegated by the supervisor

Requirements:

  • BSW or BA/BS in psychology or other related mental health field
  • Prior experience with at risk youth is preferred
  • Be team oriented and able to work independently
  • Chauffeur’s License
  • SCM Restraint Certified
  • SCM De-Escalation Certified
  • First Aid Certified
  • CPR Certified
  • Safe Environment Program – Archdiocese of St. Louis Certified

EOE/M/F/H/V Apply online or fax resume to 314-584-6100.


Case Manager – Crisis Care Program

$500 SIGN ON BONUS upon completion of one year probationary period. 

Job Description:

The Case Manager assists the Crisis Care program with family visits, transportation, school enrollment, discharge summaries, case record maintenance and other paperwork. Performs all of the case management tasks for the clients being placed in Crisis Care

Essential Duties:

  • Supervises family and sibling visits on-campus with residents and their families
  • Enrolls residents in school
  • Transports residents for sibling and family visits
  • Transports children to routine court hearings, PPR meetings, IEP’s, FST meetings, etc.
  • Develops discharge summaries, psychosocial summaries, enters incident reports and other reports
  • Maintains resident clothing allowance information
  • Set up/connects clients with appropriate social service programs needed them live independently (MO Health Net, Food Stamps, etc.)
  • Assists CSF clients with discharge planning to appropriate settings
  • Maintains all resident records according to licensing and C.O.A. standards
  • Works cooperatively with Quality Assurance Director to organize all COA materials
  • Help the organization meet its quality improvement, evaluation, and reporting requirements by contributing to developing outcomes, participating in data collection, interpreting data and applying it to improve practices and outcomes
  • Performs other duties as delegated by the Director of Crisis Care Services

Requirements:

  • BSW or BA/BS in psychology or other related mental health field
  • Prior experience with at risk youth is preferred
  • Be team oriented and able to work independently
  • Chauffeur’s License
  • SCM Restraint Certified
  • SCM De-Escalation Certified
  • First Aid Certified
  • CPR Certified
  • Safe Environment Program – Archdiocese of St. Louis Certified

EOE/M/F/H/V Apply online or fax resume to 314-584-6100.


Chief Executive Officer

Job Description:

The CEO at Marygrove is a practicing Catholic, a visionary and dynamic individual who is responsible for leading Marygrove to successfully achieving its mission through the development of a strategic plan, establishing effective programs and services, guiding funding efforts, forming a strong management team, and collaborating with key strategic partners. The CEO assists the Board of Directors (Board) with reporting on organizational performance, assessment of community needs, and industry information as the Board sets the direction of the organization and establishes policy. The CEO possesses a genuine commitment to serving vulnerable children who struggle with mental and behavioral issues, and their families. The CEO is a Catholic Charities employee, under a Support Services Agreement with Marygrove.

Essential Duties:

  • Promote the mission, vision, and values of Marygrove (and Catholic Charities). Continuously seek opportunities to advance the Catholic identity and heritage of Marygrove.
  • Work with the Board to develop and implement the organization’s strategic plan, to ensure the organization continues over time to provide services that are needed by the community.
  • Develop annual goals and objectives for the organization. Provide to the Board a regular reporting of the accomplishment of the annual goals and objectives. Keeps the Board informed, and seeks their input, on decisions that may differ from the agreed-upon direction of the organization.
  • Serve as the public face of Marygrove, and take responsibility for fostering relationships with key partners and stakeholders.
  • Assist the Chair of the BOD in developing board meeting agendas to ensure that the board receives adequate information on a timely basis to make required decisions and to monitor performance of the organization.
  • Support the role responsibilities of the Board.
  • Collaborates with others in the Catholic Charities Federation and entities of the Archdiocese.
  • Create a culture based on the mission, vision, values and goals, and communicate to staff on a regular basis.
  • Develop and administer, with the management team, the day-to-day policies, procedures and practices that are in compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
  • Ensure the development, implementation, and monitoring of clinical and operational quality and identification of potential improvement opportunities.
  • Work effectively with, and provide guidance to, senior management, ensuring they have the information and resources they need to fulfill their respective responsibilities. Discuss and document annual performance of all members of senior management.
  • Keep abreast of local, regional and national trends regarding vulnerable children and trauma, mental illness and behavioral treatment and care, and the impact on the services and programs of Marygrove.
  • Monitor public policies impacting the work of Marygrove and clients, and coordinate legislative efforts with the Director of Advocacy with Catholic
  • Charities of St. Louis and other community partners.
  • Review and approve the terms and conditions of all program grants, funding applications, and agreements.
  • Develop the annual operating and capital improvement budgets, for approval by the Board and Catholic Charities, to enable the organization to operate in a stable financial position. Report regularly to the Board on budget to actual performance, with plans to address major variances.
  • Work closely with the Chief Development Officer to ensure plans and opportunities are executed to market and raise funds on behalf of Marygrove.
  • Take a lead role in meeting with major donors and prospects.
  • Represents Marygrove and provides leadership in community and industry-related organizations and boards

Requirements:

  • Master’s Degree – Social Services, Behavioral Health, Public Health, Hospital Administration, MBA, Business or related field; 10 or more years of progressively responsible senior management or executive experience. An LCSW.
  • Comprehensive clinical understanding of, and experience in, behavioral healthcare and social service programs related specifically to children, youth, and families.
  • Recognized as a leader and sought-after resource for information about children, youth, and families.
  • Supervisory and administrative background involving planning, organization and implementation of residential settings.
  • Strong knowledge of comprehensive programming demanding multiple licensures and accrediting bodies.
  • An understanding of nonprofit management.
  • Experience in a senior management role with responsibility and accountability for financial results, operations, strategic direction, direct-service programs, development/fundraising, and management/development of staff.

EOE/M/F/H/V Apply online or fax resume to 314-584-6100.


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