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Years of Experience
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ProfileIndependent Contractor - Mediator Duties: Will schedule to observe one mediation session within one month of hire date (one session= 3, 1.5 hours with client). Will complete one mediation session with Manager (total of up to three 1.5 hour sessions). Attend 10 hours of CLE’s or CEU’s every 2 years in conflict resolution. Be familiar with AFCC Standards of Practice, UMA and adhere to guidelines. Write MOA reports as needed. Collect fees from clients. Give schedule of availability to Intake admin by the 15th of each month for the following month. Responsible for completing service tickets and updated session reports at the end of each session. Submits invoice(s) to the coordinator of mediation between the 1st and 10th of the month following each month that services were provided. Attend case consultation meetings 2 times a year. Attend contracting meeting once a year. Review BAPC Mediation Reference Manual and keep up to date when provided revisions. Understand and work from an ISbP philosophy. Required training provided by BAPC. Possess the ability to communicate effectively, proactively and positively with clients, program staff, coordinator and other professionals verbally and in writing. Close out cases that are no longer active within 60 days of last seeing clients. Closing out of file includes making sure all paperwork has been submitted as directed. Report any incident as outlined in the reference manual and notify the Manager by email/phone.
Qualification and Experience
Qualifications: A Bachelor’s degree in business or psychology or related field. Current Mediation Insurance. If licensed as a social worker, counselor or attorney, license must be current per Court requirements to mediate. Proof of 40+ hours of co-mediation practicum hours completed within 18 months of training or current status as mediator for 2+ years. Proof of ability to write an MOA. Submit two examples at first interview. Preferred: Master’s degree in Conflict Resolution, Counseling; Law Degree. Family mediation experience. Membership with Association of Conflict Resolution, OR Mediate.com OR AFCC AND Mediation Council.