WESTON – Tri-County Child Exchange and Visitation program is hiring!
The Tri-County Child Exchange and Visitation program is now accepting applications for part-time site supervisor and monitor positions with entry-level pay.
So, what is the Tri-County Child Exchange and Visitation program?
Headquartered in Weston, West Virginia, the program serves families in Lewis, Upshur and Gilmer counties by encouraging healthy family life based on mutual respect and support for all family members. It does so by provides direct services for families to help fulfill child-parent custody-required interaction.
Families who utilize the program need monitored visitation and/or a safe place to exchange children. Ultimately, the program’s mission is to provide a safe and neutral community-based domestic violence prevention program committed to ending physical, emotional and sexual abuse in families.
Think you’re cut out for the job?
Successful applicants must hold a high school diploma or equivalent, general clerical skills, proficient communication ability and detailed observation capabilities. Applicants must have a professional demeanor that welcomes skilled direction to ensure accurate completion of case documentation preservation.
Applications and additional information may be obtained by contacting Bethany Kirchberg, program coordinator at 304-296-8247 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please mail your application and resume to: Tri-County Child Exchange and Visitation Program, P.O. Box 724, Weston WV 26452. You may also submit it electronically to email@example.com.
The Tri-County Child Exchange and Visitation program is also seeking office space in Upshur County that meets West Virginia State Fire Marshal regulations. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you can help.