9 days ago
A Crisis Call Intake Specialist serves as the first point of contact for clients entering or phoning our crisis center and provides referrals addressing immediate needs of our clients. The Specialist will field incoming calls to Beacon of Hope Crisis Center crisis lines, complete the intake process for new clients, manage information given to callers who do not need shelter and provide quality customer referral service to those who do.
Required hours, duration of internship, and start date will all be determined in conjunction with the applicant's schedule.
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Completed or in the process of completing a college degree. A Bachelor's in Social Work, Psychology, Communications, Criminal Justice, or a related field is preferred.
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Beacon of Hope Crisis Center has not provided an expected interview date. If Beacon of Hope Crisis Center chooses not to move forward with your application, they will notify you.
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