San Mateo , CA

    TRAC Bilingual Clinician (Temporary)

    Dobbs, Ferry, NY



    Spanish Speaking Preferred

    $5,767 - $8,086/Month

    San Mateo, CA


    San Mateo, CA

    Program Associate

    Oakland, CA

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    Clinical Social Workers/Clinical Care Managers

    Cambridge, MA

    Location: Cambridge, MA


    Employment Type: Full Time


    Work Shift: Day/Evening with Variable Start Time


    Work Days: Avg. 8 hrs/day, M-F


    Hours/Week: 40


    Job Details:

    We are seeking Clinical Social Workers/Clinical Care Managers for the federally funded grant project, "Enhancing Systems of Care" (E-SOC). The purpose of this role is to deliver integrated care to children with mental health needs and their families onsite within primary care. Care Managers will work collaboratively with primary care to provide clinical evaluations and consultation, in coordination with child psychiatry and family support specialists. Care will be based upon individualized goals, and be community based. Clinical Care Managers will work with families to create Child and Family Teams, if needed, for at-risk youth, and ensure quality

    through comprehensive care planning processes. This position will report to the Supervisor, Clinical Care Manager.




    Education/Training: Licensed Master's level clinical training required. LICSW


    Work Experience: Minimum of 3 to 5 years working in community-based child mental health delivery.




    Apply here: http://www.Click2apply.net/8kgnt5vwj9j5nfjy




    Posted 3/8/18

    Program Associate

    Oakland, CA

    The National Council on Crime and Delinquency (NCCD) works to improve social systems that serve society’s most vulnerable individuals and families. Our research and training help these systems achieve better outcomes for

    maltreated and neglected children, juvenile justice–involved youth, incarcerated individuals, and older adults.


    NCCD is seeking a program associate with deep knowledge and experience in the child welfare field for our social services practice team. In this role, your primary focus will be training and coaching staff on child welfare practice

    involving Structured Decision Making® (SDM) systems, family-centered engagement practices, technical assistance/consultation, field coaching, and organizational supports for program implementation. You will also be involved with developing grants and proposals for new projects. Because NCCD has clients across the United States and around the world, business travel for this position is extensive (50%).




    • Deep knowledge of child welfare systems, social work skills, family engagement, and/or collaborative and safety-organized approaches to child welfare practices required.

    • Demonstrated ability to use data in decision making required.

    • Master’s degree in social work, social science, psychology, counseling, or other human services–related field of study preferred. Equivalent professional experience will be considered.

    • Strong group facilitation, team building, and customer relations skills required.

    • Experience in direct services, program development, program management, and/or technical assistance in a child welfare, adult protection, or related social service agency required.

    • Experience with the SDM® system and/or NCCD practice models preferred.


    More About Social Services Practice


    Our social services practice group works with child and adult protection and other public service agencies to improve outcomes for children, families, and vulnerable adults. We engage in system improvement projects based on improving practice approaches, implementing SDM assessments, and translating data and research into actionable strategies. Our dynamic team works in a collaborative environment that supports autonomy, growth, and creativity.

    February 2018


    Posted 2/28/18

    Fall 2018 Postdoctoral Fellowship Position

    Michigan, IL

    The University of Michigan School of Social Work is accepting applications for a one-year to two-year postdoctoral program.


    For the 2018-19 period, we are looking specifically for candidates whose interests include:

    • translational (research-to-practice) and implementation research
    • health disparities in infectious diseases (e.g., HIV, STIs)
    • and interprofessional collaboration and integrated health

    We encourage behavioral and social science researchers looking to sharpen their skills in CBPR and mixed methods research.


    The postdoctoral position offers a stipend, health insurance, vacation, sick leave, and travel and conference benefits. We especially invite and encourage applications from members of ethnic and racial minority groups.


    To apply, submit your application (CV, writing sample, and 3 reference letters) to ssw.facultyapp@umich.edu for immediate consideration and possible interview.


    Applications must be submitted by March 15, 2018.


    For additional information visit careers.umich.edu/job_detail/153702.


    The University of Michigan is a non-discriminatory/affirmative action employer.


    Posted 2/24/18


    County of San Mateo


    The Human Services Agency (HSA) of the County of San Mateo is seeking 8 qualified applicants for the position of Children's Services Social Worker II / III in the Children and Family Services Division.


    Social Workers within this Division provide a wide variety of Child Welfare Services to neglected, abused, or dependent children and their families in order to ensure the health, welfare, and safety of children; keep children with their families by providing services which would safely maintain the children in the home; arrange substitute care in relatives' homes, shelter care, foster care, group homes and institutions when necessary; develop a permanency plan for children who are unable to return home; and effectively work with a team of professionals comprised of diverse backgrounds. In addition, Social Workers in this Division perform safety and risk assessments; provide crisis intervention; make referrals for children and families; participate in processing children taken into custody pending juvenile court action; appear and present cases in court; write court reports and treatment/case plans; and serve as officers of the juvenile court, acting for and as directed by the court in all relationships with their clients.


    Assignments on the Children and Family Services unit may include intake/Screening, Emergency Response, Adoption, Permanent Placement, Family Maintenance & Reunification, Aftercare, Licensing and Court Investigations. Emergency response has day shifts, after-hour shifts and weekend shifts.


    The Human Services Agency is primarily seeking candidates who are available to work daytime: Tuesday through Saturday for the Emergency Response Unit. Additionally, swing shift positions are available, including evening and overnight hours and regular daytime hours.


    The ideal candidate will possess:

     Mastery of core Child Welfare Services competencies

     Master's degree from an accredited college or university in a Counseling program emphasizing Marriage, Family and Child

    Counseling or Marriage and Family Therapy

     Knowledge of various techniques in interviewing, counseling, family engagement and problem solving

     Knowledge of trauma informed assessment and intervention

     Knowledge of ages and stages of child development

     Knowledge of the grief and loss cycles/process

     Knowledge of substance abuse treatment modalities

     Work experience in establishing rapport with clients and their families of diverse backgrounds

     Successfully manage multiple, competing priorities

     The ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing

     Possession of a Master's Degree in Social Work is highly desirable

     Preferably, the ability to speak Spanish; candidates must pass the Spanish fluency examination



     II Level: One year of experience performing duties comparable to those of a Level I Children's Services Social Worker.

     III Level: Two years of experience performing duties comparable to those of a II Level Children's Services Social Worker.


    Final Filing Date: February 26, 2018


    To learn more about all available positions and to apply online, please visit our website at http://jobs.smcgov.org.

    Applications are only accepted online. EOC


    Posted 2/14/18

    Research Assistant Professor

    University of Utah College of Social Work, Salt Lake City

    Announcement of a Career-Line (Non Tenure-Track) Faculty Position


    The University of Utah College of Social Work (CSW) invites applications for a one year, career-line faculty position at the rank of Research Assistant Professor working on federally funded grants. This position is eligible for reappointment contingent upon performance and continued external funding. The position includes generous benefits, competitive salary, and a collegial environment.


    Required Qualifications: Applicants must have a doctorate in social work or a related field. Candidates who are ABD may also apply. A successful applicant must have extensive content knowledge in child welfare including expertise in child welfare decision-making theory, the Structured Decision-Making Model, trauma informed care, and trauma treatment as evidenced by previous grant experience, publications, and presentations. This position also requires knowledge of evidence-based substance abuse treatment approaches and implementation science. In addition, this individual should have an understanding of the Risk and Needs Responsivity model (RNR), the Protective and Needs Risk Assessment (PRA), sex-offending treatment for juvenile offenders.


    A successful candidate must have strong quantitative skills with experience analyzing data using R, including the application of random effects models, multi-level models, and longitudinal methods. In addition, this individual should have extensive experience analyzing large child welfare databases.


    The successful applicant will have an MSW or a CSWE approved waiver to teach in the BSW and MSW programs. This individual must have experience communicating research on long-term outcomes to non-researchers. This researcher should have experience providing technical assistance to programs in the aforementioned subject areas.


    The successful candidate must show evidence of highly developed interpersonal skills which will allow independent work

    in the community with stakeholders, including state level administrators.


    Preferred Qualifications: Members of groups traditionally under-represented in higher education are encouraged to apply.


    Responsibilities: This position will be responsible for managing several projects in both in child welfare and juvenile justice which will involve supervising junior research staff, completing and overseeing statistical analysis and communicating results to stakeholders. In addition, the individual will be involved in curriculum development in child welfare as well as evaluation of child welfare curriculum delivery and competency outcomes. This person will teach classes related to trauma and child welfare in the MSW program. This person will be responsible for seeking out and providing the funding for their own position.


    College, University, and Environment: As a major research and teaching university—and the flagship institution of the Utah System of Higher Education—the University of Utah strives to create an academic environment in which the highest standards of scholarship, professional practice, and teaching are observed. The University is located in Salt Lake City, at the base of the Wasatch Mountains, providing ready access to world class outdoor recreational opportunities. Several national press outlets have recently recognized Salt Lake City for its growing diversity. The College of Social Work was established in 1937 and is the only public institution in the Intermountain West that offers BSW, MSW, and Ph.D. degrees in social work. Within the College are programs and centers that support teaching and collaborative research, including the Social Research Institute, the Utah Criminal Justice Center, and the Goodwill Initiatives on Aging. More information about the College of Social Work is available online at http://www.socwk.utah.edu


    Application Process: Review of applications will begin immediately. Applicants must provide a cover letter, curriculum

    vitae, and the names of two professional references. Applicants should apply online at http://utah.peopleadmin.com/postings. Inquiries regarding the position may be directed to the Faculty Search Committee Chair, Dr. Matthew Davis, matt.davis@socwk.utah.edu.


    The University of Utah is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and educator. Minorities, women, veterans, and those with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply. Veterans’ preference is extended to qualified veterans. Reasonable disability accommodations will be provided with adequate notice. For additional information about the University’s commitment to equal opportunity and access see: http://www.utah.edu/nondiscrimination/.



    Posted 2/14/18


    Part‐time, non‐tenure track lecturer positions

    Berkeley, CA

    Berkeley Social Welfare invites applications for an open pool of part‐time, non‐tenure track lecturer positions that are usually one semester long. We typically review applications for Summer course needs in March; Fall course needs in April and May; in October and November for Spring course needs. Applications will continue to be accepted for future needs through December 14, 2018. The number of positions varies from semester to semester, depending upon the needs of the School. Positions typically start at the beginning of the fall or spring semester, or the relevant summer session, and appointments may be renewable based on need, funding, and performance. The minimum qualification required for an applicant to be considered this position is a Master’s degree or equivalent degree in Social Work, Social Welfare, or a closely related field, by time of application.


    Additional qualifications at the time of hire: Candidates wishing to teach Masters‐level social work practice courses are required to have an MSW degree AND 2 years of post‐Master's experience. All successful candidates will also have demonstrated experience in teaching and practice experience with multiple diverse populations.


    Salary: The salary per course will be based on an annual salary range of $53,402 – $150,645 for up to six courses determined on level of education and experience (both practice and teaching).


    For more information about the position, including required qualifications and application materials go to the following URL: http://apptrkr.com/1154125 and fill out the application. Please also submit the required application materials. For information about position or application process, please contact swdean@berkeley.edu. The University of California, Berkeley is an AA/EEO employer.


    POSTED 1/24/18


    Field Consultant – Child & Family

    Berkeley, CA



    Berkeley Social Welfare invites applications for two (2) Field Work Consultant positions (75% to 100% academic year) with an expected start date of July 1, 2018. One position is expected to have emphasis in child and family mental health and the other in child welfare. These are year‐to‐year positions, renewable annually based on the School’s need and performance, and have the potential to become a Continuing Appointment after six years. (Search # JPF01621)



    Required qualifications at the time of application:

    • An MSW degree from an accredited school or university, or equivalent as recognized by OSWA or ISWDRES!

    • A minimum of 5 years of experience in child and family mental health settings and/or in child welfare settings (county and/or non‐profit)

    • A minimum of two years of experience supervising, teaching and/or coaching students or developing professionals is required

    • Demonstrated experience with evidence‐informed, emerging, or promising practice models


    Preferred qualifications at the time of hire:

    • Demonstrated mental health intervention experience with early childhood and latency age childhood (ages 0‐12).

    • A license in clinical social work (LCSW).



    Salary Range is $70,985 ‐ $76,444 FTE for a 9‐month, academic year appointment.



    The position is open until filled. Apply at:



    All materials and information should be submitted electronically.

    For information about position or application process please contact swdean@berkeley.edu


    The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified

    applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age or protected veteran status. For the complete University of California nondiscrimination and affirmative action policy see: http://policy.ucop.edu/doc/



    POSTED 1/24/18



    Spanish Speaking Preferred

    $5,767 - $8,086/Month

    San Mateo, CA


    Spanish Speaking Preferred

    $5,767 - $8,086/Month


    The County of San Mateo's Human Services Agency, Children and Family Services Branch is seeking well-qualified and motivated individuals for the position of Psychiatric Social Worker/Marriage and Family Therapist. The selected candidate will provide therapeutic counseling and support services to children and families connected to the child welfare system and individual and group therapeutic counseling and case management services to clients having basic and/or severe emotional, family and/or social adjustment problems.

    The current vacancies are in the Children and Family Services Branch: one vacancy is in the San Mateo County - Foster Family Agency (SMC FFA) therapeutic program and one vacancy is in the Pathways to Well-Being program (description of the programs are below). The PSW/MFT I/II may travel throughout San Mateo County to schools, community agencies and homes as needed to provide services and/or to attend meetings.

    The SMC FFA therapeutic program utilizes a team approach when providing support to children exhibiting high-need trauma-related behaviors entering the county's foster care system by providing Intensive Treatment Foster Care services. The SMC FFA PSW/MFT acts as the point of entry for new referrals to the SMC FFA program and is responsible for coordinating and monitoring the mental health services, including psychotropic medication for the children in the program; coordinating, facilitating and creating individualized needs and services plans for the youth; providing therapeutic support services to the youth and resource parent as needed; and developing and coordinating the monthly foster parent trainings. Also assists with the recruitment and retention of SMC FFA foster homes and collects statistical data on all youth referred to the program.

    The Pathways to Well-Being (PTW) PSW/MFT is the liaison between the behavioral health recovery services system and child welfare. The PTW PSW/MFT assists social workers in ensuring all children with open child welfare cases receive timely and effective mental health screens and are referred for appropriate mental health services, as well as organizes the data in order to track the mental health services the children/youth are connected to. The PTW PSW/MFT also provides clinical support services to children and families. This position requires the applicant to be Spanish-speaking.

    In both the SMC FFA and PTW programs, the PSW/MFT's primary duties will include providing mental health assessments, clinical case management and resource and referral management services; conducting brief crisis/stabilization intervention services; working with children and families receiving child welfare services; working collaboratively with foster parents, children/youth, parents/guardians, social workers and other service providers; writing court reports; testifying in court cases as needed; and providing services that meet cultural and language needs of the children and families being served.


    The ideal candidate will possess:

    • Experience delivering behavioral health services to children exhibiting challenging behaviors due to trauma
    • Solid clinical treatment, assessment, diagnostic and evaluation skills working with a youth population
    • Knowledge of principles, techniques and trends in counseling, psychotherapy, clinical case management, crisis management, as well as trauma-informed child abuse treatment and other evidence-based practices
    • Experience working with youth with complex issues involving abuse and neglect, trauma, behavioral health and substance use
    • Experience conducting individual, group and family therapy
    • Solid documentation skills:  progress notes, assessments, needs and service plans, etc.
    • Experience providing field-based services
    • Collaboration and coordination of services with other providers
    • Experience working with multi-cultural clients and staff from a trauma-informed perspective, including ensuring services provided are culturally-relevant and involve the child and family's participation to nurture the child's well-being
    • Experience establishing and maintaining effective work relationships
    • Effective oral and written communication skills



    • PSW I - current California registration as a Clinical Social Worker Associate (ASW) or MFT I - current California Registration as a Marriage and Family Therapist Intern (IMF). Individuals hired in these classifications must become licensed within three years from the date of employment as a Clinical Social Worker or Marriage and Family Therapist by the State of California.
    • PSW II - current California license as a Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or MFT II - current California license as a Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT).


    Final Date for Filing: January 25, 2018


    To learn more about the position and to apply online, please visit our website at http://jobs.smcgov.org. Applications are only accepted online. EOE


    POSTED 1/19/18




    Queens, NY

    York College, a senior college of the City University of New York (CUNY) and located in Queens, NY, the most ethnically diverse county in the nation, invites applications for full-time, tenure-track faculty positions at the Assistant or Associate Professor rank for the new Master of Social Work (MSW) program—the first graduate Social Work program in Queens. With the launch of the MSW program in August 2018, curriculum will follow the requirements for professional accreditation by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) and for licensure in New York State with the Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) and Licensed Clinical Social Worker. The Ph.D. degree in area(s) of experience or equivalent is required for all professorial titles.


    The successful candidate will teach across the Baccalaureate-Graduate curriculum with primary emphasis on MSW courses, the ability to teach one or more core areas including human behavior, policy, community organizing, research methods, and/or health, and will help to develop curricula consistent with NYS Licensing and CSWE educational standards.


    To view the full posting, please go to www.CUNY.edu, go to the Employment drop-down menu and click the ‘Search Job Postings’ tab. Filter by Job Location by clicking on York College. Social Work is Job ID #17740.


    York College/CUNY is an EEO/AA/IRCA/ADA Employer.


    POSTED 1/19/18


    TRAC Bilingual Clinician (Temporary)

    Dobbs, Ferry, NY

    TRAC Bilingual Clinician (Temporary)

    Dobbs, Ferry, NY


    Are you looking for an exciting and rewarding career that enriches the lives of children and families? Do you want a feel-good-about-yourself career with a revolutionary company dedicated to your success?


    If so, then Children's Village might be a great fit for you.


    Position Overview:

    The TRAC Bilingual Clinician for the TRAC Shelter, under close supervision of the Lead Clinician, is responsible for:

    • Conducting a mental health assessment for all unaccompanied children (UC) in the TRAC Program, to enhance the optimal emotional well-being of each child; identify and treat UC with mental health symptoms and provide crisis intervention. Provide ongoing individual and group psychotherapy.
    • Develop Individual Service Plans (ISP) and 30 day Reviews and Updates.
    • Provide clinical input in order to ensure that each child is receiving the most appropriate individual and group supervision.
    • Participate in Weekly Rounds Meetings to formulate mental health treatment plans.

    Position Specific Duties/Responsibilities:

    Adheres to all Agency and departmental Safety Procedures including reporting any unsafe practices, equipment and environment, and takes an active role in correcting the unsafe practice, equipment or environment through proper notification.



    • Coordinate Intake Interviews; participate in the assessment of the UC’s suitability for placement and assure a well-coordinated admission for each new resident.
    • Develop Individual Service Plans (ISP) and 30 day Reviews and Updates.
    • Participate in Weekly Team Meetings; implement on-going review of youth’s treatment goals.
    • Utilize clinical skills in daily interaction with youth on an individual, family, or group basis and through team meetings guide and monitor the quality of the services being provided to youth during their stay.
    • Present a clear and clinically well formulated view of the youth at case conferences, which will assist in decision-making regarding treatment and permanency for the youth

    Additional Duties/Responsibilities

    • Responsible for dealing with behavioral incidents as needed and to ensure that each child’s immediate and on-going mental health needs are being met.
    • Responsible for holding weekly group therapy sessions with all children on caseload in order to address such issues as improving their social skills, assisting them to better manage their behaviors, handle differences in culture and societal norms, and to prepare the youth for discharge.


    • Maintain up-to-date clinical records on all clients.
    • Knowledgeable of the requirements for all assessment and reporting systems (DCS, Federal, State etc.) as well as the documentation of the delivery of services in a format consistent with these rules, regulations, standards and expectations.


    • Meet regularly for supervision with the Lead Clinician.
    • Participate in agency training programs.

    Reporting Relationships:

    • Reports to the Lead Clinician.

    Position Qualifications:

    • Must have a Master of Social Work degree (MSW) and two years of post-graduate direct clinical service experience; a Master’s degree in Psychology, Counseling or other relevant behavioral science in which clinical training and experience is a program requirement.       It is strongly encouraged that Clinician be licensed or licensed eligible in New York State.
    • Excellent oral and written skills.
    • Proficient computer skills.
    • Ability to manage and promote a therapeutic environment, taking into account the varying clinical needs of each child.
    • Fluent in English and Spanish.

    Training Requirements to Attain Position:

    • Satisfactory completion of CVOT (Children’s Village Orientation and Training).

    Training Requirements to Maintain Position:

    • Satisfactory completion of Annual CVOT Mandated Training.
    • HIV
    • Health Issues, TCI
    • TCI
    • Clinical Formulations, Basic Family Therapy
    • Grief, Separation Loss

    Physical and Sensory Requirements:

    • Ability to read, write and converse in English and Spanish.
    • Ability to work collaboratively with staff, residents, families, service providers and others.
    • Ability to remain calm and composed under stress.
    • Bending, lifting, grasping, fine hand/eye coordination, pushing/pulling, and/or prolonged sitting/standing.
    • Ability to respond to telephones and other auditory stimulation.
    • Ability to organize.
    • Quantitative/mathematical ability (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, standard measurements).
    • Ability to evaluate/interpret information and make independent judgments/decisions.

    Education Preferred:

    Masters or better in Social Work or related field.

    Experience Required

    2 years: Post-graduate direct clinical service experience


    Position located in Dobbs Ferry, NY.


    We offer competitive salaries, comprehensive benefits, 401(k) plan after one year of employment, three weeks’ vacation, sick days, daycare, low cost housing, and excellent training.


    To apply online please visit:



    Please contact us with any questions at (914) 693-0600 x1596.


    Recruiting a Diverse Workforce EOE -consideration without regard to disability or protected veteran status


    Posted 1/10/18

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