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    The University of California Berkeley Social Welfare

    Berkeley Social Welfare invites applications for a Field Work Consultant position (75-100% over the academic year) with a starting date of January 1, 2018. This is a one-year position with the potential for annual renewal based on the School’s need, budget, and the performance of the successful candidate. (Search #JPF01462).


    Required qualifications as of date of application:

    • An MSW degree from an accredited school or university;

    • 5 years of experience in child and family mental health;

    • a minimum of two years of experience supervising, teaching and/or coaching students or developing professionals; and

    • documented experience with diverse populations, bilingual capacity, and/or demonstrated cultural proficiency and related teaching/facilitation skills.


    Preferred qualifications:

    Demonstrated experience with evidence-informed, emerging or innovative practice models related to supporting mental health during early and/or latency age childhood (i.e. ages 0-12) and/or family mental health.


    Additional teaching duties may encompass an additional 25% and include teaching generalist and/or specialty practice methods courses with emphasis on teaching evidence-informed clinical skills and methods related to child development and/or early childhood, latency-age childhood, and/or family mental health, and other related administrative and curricular duties.


    The salary range will be prorated from the full-time salary of $70,985 - $76,444 for a 9-month, academic year appointment.


    Deadline for submitting applications is September 15, 2017. To apply, go to the following URL:http://apptrkr.com/1068852


    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, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age or protected veteran status. For the complete University of California nondiscrimination and affirmative action policy see:



    Posted 8/20/17

    Part Time, Bilingual Positions

    Oyster Bay, New York (YFCA)

    Youth and Family Counseling Agency of Oyster Bay (YFCA) has two part time, bilingual positions available in our OASAS Part 822 outpatient substance abuse clinic.


    Social Work - LMSW or LCSW required. Duties include intake, assessment, individual and group counseling in outpatient substance abuse program. CASAC a plus as is familiarity with electronic medical records. Ability to provide clinical services in Spanish is a must.


    CASAC - CASAC credential is required. Duties include intake, assessment, individual and group counseling in outpatient substance abuse program. Familiarity with electronic medical records a plus. Ability to provide all services in Spanish is a must.


    YFCA is a free standing community based organization providing a myriad of services in Oyster Bay. Positive working environment in a beautiful setting, excellent supervision and learning experiences. Salary commensurate with experience.


    Please view our website at: www.yfcaosyterbay.org and like us on Facebook.


    Posted 8/16/17

    Staff Therapist at Williams College


    Williamstown, Massachusetts 01267

    Student Health Services

    Williams College Psychological Counseling Services (PCS) has an opening for a licensed mental health clinician to join a dynamic, interdisciplinary group of therapists who provide comprehensive mental health services to students in a rigorous liberal arts setting. This position is a full-time, 10-month academic year position.

    The PCS team is constituted by therapists using a variety of theoretical orientations, and integrates multiple psychotherapeutic modalities while focusing on enhanced multicultural practices across all efforts. PCS embraces a holistic model of student wellbeing (heart, mind, body and spirit) and collaborates with Health Services, Chaplain's Office, Davis Center multicultural programming, Dean's Office, and colleagues from the VP of Campus Life Department to support the whole student. In addition to providing college-aged students with confidential mental health services, therapists offer groups, psychoeducational workshops and special events focused on cultivating student thriving and a culture of wellbeing on campus.

    For the detailed job posting and/or to apply for this position, please visit http://staff-careers.williams.edu.


    Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/kph4tm2t487mysc9






    Posted 7/18/17

    Director of Human Services

    City of Chesapeake, Virginia

    The City


    The City of Chesapeake, the third largest populated City in Virginia with approximately 237,000 residents, is seeking an individual with strong leadership qualities and management experience to serve as Director of Human Services. Located in the heart of Hampton Roads, Chesapeake is a full-service City supported by a total operating budget of almost a billion dollars (including school funding) and a workforce of 3,100+ full-time employees.


    The City of Chesapeake operates under the council-manager form of local government with nine council members including the mayor, all of whom are elected at large.


    Go to: www.CityofChesapeake.net for a detailed profile of the organization and the City it serves.


    Position Overview


    Under the administrative direction of the City Manager or his designee, the Director of Human Services has oversight of four divisions which include Social Services, Juvenile Services, Comprehensive Services Act, and Community Corrections programs. The position is responsible for providing direction and supervision to staff, establishing long range plans, developing policies and procedures, managing human services divisions and events, preparing budgets, evaluating, documenting and reporting on events and activities to senior management and elected or appointed officials.


    Candidate Profile


    The ideal candidate is an experienced professional who demonstrates sound decision-making ability, strong business acumen, and solid leadership skills. The candidate must be politically astute and an effective communicator. This position requires a strong commitment to continuous quality improvement, customer service, and performance management.


    We are seeking a proactive individual with a strong work ethic who will anticipate challenges, recommend innovative solutions, and deliver positive outcomes.


    Competitive candidates will possess:

    • Advanced education, training and experience in complex social service delivery systems; juvenile detention organizational management and adult probation and parole.
    • Senior level administration experience in planning; organizing; staffing; coordinating; managing; budgeting and evaluating complex human service organizations and systems.
    • Strong commitment to continuous quality improvement, customer service, and performance management.  We are seeking a proactive individual with a strong work ethic who will anticipate challenges, recommend innovative solutions, and deliver results.                                      

    Experience and Education


    Requires a Bachelor’s degree in social work administration or a closely related field and a minimum of six years of management related, full-time equivalent experience. A Master’s degree in a direct or closely related field is preferred.


    Compensation Package


    The City of Chesapeake has established a salary range of $93,626 to $154,483 depending upon qualifications. The City offers a highly competitive salary and benefits package.


    To apply, go to www.jobs.cityofchesapeake.net, and submit a general application by 11:59 p.m. EST, 8/21/2017. Questions should be addressed to the Department of Human Resources at 757.382.6492 or via email, selection@cityofchesapeake.net.


    “The City of Chesapeake adheres to the principles of equal employment opportunity.

    This policy extends to all programs and services supported by the City."


    Posted 7/18/17


    Adult and Family Residential Services


    Reporting to the Chief Program Officer the title has overall clinical and administrative responsibility for the adult and family residential services of the agency, including facilities in Brooklyn, the Bronx, Manhattan, and Queens. Provides leadership to staff in the day-to-day operation of these programs, as well as accountability to ensure both financial and service goals are achieved or exceeded. Provides the vision and execution to ensure that the agency’s residential services respond to the changing needs of clients, families and funders.




    · Direct supervision of Senior Directors, Program Directors, DV, and Director, Data Analysis. Provides leadership and direction to staff and develops talent.


    · Provides vision and execution to develop residential services that meet the emerging 24/7 needs of adults and families in a shifting healthcare and social service environment, recognizing the important considerations of race, class, culture, religion and sexual orientation in service design and service delivery.


    · Ability to understand and develop fiscal and clinical service models for supportive housing, DV shelters, and other residential services that respond to the current and emerging needs of clients and payers such as service contracts, pay-for-performance, case rates and specialized group plans like HARPs.


    · Ability to develop new housing opportunities, including accessing funding and working with real estate developers and management companies.


    · Accountable for the overall quality of care for relevant agency programs, ensuring high clinical standards are met (as evidenced by independent program reviews, positive client outcomes and low numbers of adverse events)


    · Strong steward of agency resources as evidenced by programs meeting productivity and utilization goals and delivering financial results in line with budget.


    · Develops annual budgets and performance improvement goals/timelines


    · Ensures service delivery and program operations are compliant with appropriate regulatory requirements and standards




    · Collaborates with Facilities Management and Real Estate Departments to ensure responsible management of leased and owned properties and apartments.


    · For the areas of service responsibility, functions as a principal representative of the agency to the community, government, coalitions, trade associations and funders in conjunction with other senior leadership of the agency.


    · Ability to maintain the integrity of the agency’s reputation with the public, regulatory authorities, and business clients.


    · Other duties as assigned by the CPO




    · Master’s degree in a relevant field required.




    · Minimum of 10 years in a senior leadership position in a mental health, social service, housing or similar organization.

    · Significant experience in program development with proven budgetary and fiscal responsibility.

    · Background which includes established relationships in the field of mental health, domestic violence and/or housing. Should be seen as a leader within the field.

    · Strong communication skills

    · The ability to work effectively with all levels of staff and management.

    · Proven analytical skills




    · Able to analyze complex situations, develop conclusions and execute strategic interventions at the highest possible level.




    · The candidate should be able to read documents for analytical purposes such as computer information, software, computer graphic design programs, etc.

    · Limited applications of manual dexterity and hand-eye coordination.




    · The work environment involves no physical risk or hazardous conditions.

    · To perform the essential functions of this job, the candidate is routinely required to sit ( 90% of the time) and stand ( 10% of the time)


    Link to apply to the job: https://chm.tbe.taleo.net/chm04/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=JEWIBOAR&cws=1&rid=2488


    Please let me know if you need any more information, thanking you in advance!



    Meghna Desai, HR Generalist
    135 West 50th Street, 6th Floor
    New York, NY 10020
    t: 212.582.9100 Ext. 444573 | mdesai@jbfcs.org
    f: 212.956.0526


    The Jewish Board
    Health and Human Services for All New Yorkers


    POSTED 7/4/17

    Care and Support Manager

    New York, NY.

    The mission of the Alzheimer’s Association is “To eliminate Alzheimer’s disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health.” The Alzheimer's Association, New York City Chapter provides a variety of education, information and support services to persons with dementia, their families, health care professionals, and the community.


    This position will be located in New York, NY.




    Under the supervision of Senior Care and Support Program Manager, the Care and Support Program Managers are part of the program team. Program Managers are responsible for developing, marketing and delivering programs and services to meet the needs of persons with Alzheimer's disease and dementia, their families and caregivers, professionals, paraprofessionals and community members in accordance with the Alzheimer’s Association Strategic Plan and Common Program Portfolio. As a trained professional, Care and Support Program Managers will work with individuals or families, in person or over the phone, who have care or dementia related questions by providing problem-solving strategies, disease education, decision-making support, crisis assistance, guidance during transitions and connections to local services. The Program Manager will plan, schedule, market, perform outreach and deliver Association community education programs, care consultation, support groups, conference presentations and other trainings and activities. He/She will also be responsible for managing support groups throughout the five boroughs including recruiting, managing, and training volunteer support group facilitators. In addition, the Program Manager will conduct outreach and education activities to meet the needs of persons with Alzheimer's disease and dementia, their families and caregivers, professionals, paraprofessionals and community members including priority diverse populations among Latino, African American and LGBT constituencies. As such, the Care and Support Program Manager play a critical role in reaching and serving the underserved communities across the five Boroughs.




    The function of the Care and Support Program Manager is to advance the Care and Support arm of the Association’s mission. Under the supervision of the Senior Care and Support Program Manager, the Care and Support Program Manager will plan and develop a programmatic approach, establish relationships, conduct outreach, lead group educational workshops, and provide clinical care in the form of care consultations, one to one psychoeducation and leading support groups.



    • Plan, develop, perform outreach and marketing as well as deliver Alzheimer’s Association education and training programs to persons with dementia, their family members and caregivers, professionals, paraprofessionals and the community at large.

    • Increase and coordinate development and implementation of services to diverse communities and populations in the region.

    • Work collaboratively with chapter staff to support the Alzheimer’s Association’s vision, mission, core values and strategic goals and promote Association programs such as TrialMatch® and Advocacy.



    • Generate support for, and awareness of, the work of the Alzheimer’s Association by forming, maintaining and enhancing relationships, collaborations and partnerships with healthcare professionals, paraprofessionals, community agencies, government entities and businesses in the designated counties.

    • Conduct outreach and education with physicians, builds working relationships with service providers, care facilities and other stakeholders who collaborate on Association initiatives or would benefit from Association programs and services.

    • Manage relationships and locations within the designated counties.

    • Participate in, and assist with insuring the success of The Longest Day, Walk to End Alzheimer’s and other Alzheimer’s Association special events.

    • Provide leadership to, recruit volunteers to join the committee(s) and invite corporate and family teams to participate in The Longest Day and Walk to End Alzheimer’s.



    • Provide care consultations to enhance the quality of life and decrease the stressful impact of the disease for the person with Alzheimer’s disease/dementia and/or the caregiver by providing support, in-depth information, problem solving techniques and planning for future needs, particularly during emergent or transitional situations. This includes an assessment of issue presented resulting in recommended actions steps and the provision of resource materials as needed.

    • Promote and optimize the Alzheimer’s Association’s Helpline program.

    • Provide support and information about Alzheimer’s disease and dementias, services provided by the Association and community resources to constituents within the designated counties.



    • Administer client tracking system from referral to closure. Provide accurate and timely documentation of interactions and interventions.

    • Conform to all legal and other requirements with respect to patient records and documentation, and meet Association standards for quality services.

    • Insure continuous quality improvement, complete and review program evaluations.

    • Collect and enter relevant and appropriate data for grant reporting, measuring progress toward strategic goals, and submitting monthly reports to the Senior Care and Support Program Manager and Director of Programs.

    • Assist liaising between Chapter, National Alzheimer’s Association, and grantors and coordinate systems for collection and reporting of data and outcomes; work with team to meet performance outcomes.



    Minimum requirement: Bachelors of Social Work (BSW). Master's degree in Social Work or Counseling preferred.

    • Demonstrated experience planning, developing and conducting programs related to health or navigating health or social service systems

    • Experience providing counseling and related services

    • Fluent in at least one language other than English: Spanish, Haitian Creole, Chinese, Korean , Russian etc

    • Demonstrated experience working with diverse communities including Latino, African Americans, and LGBT

    • Familiarity with Alzheimer’s and related dementias, aging population and/or health.

    • Knowledge of Alzheimer's or dementia or other disease related experience preferred. Though a keen desire to learn and keep up to date on the latest Alzheimer’s disease topics is welcomed.

    • Experience facilitating educational workshops or support groups

    • Experience in volunteer management and support.

    • Ability to work with a wide range of people including persons with dementia, family caregivers, corporations, foundations, and volunteers.

    • Demonstrated knowledge of NYC community resources

    • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal and the ability to teach, train and/or speak in front of groups.

    • Excellent customer service skills when working with internal and external clients.

    • Ability to work occasional early evening and weekend hours as needed.

    • Proficient in Windows and other software programs: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Personify and Google Apps

    • Valid driver's license, access to reliable vehicle, and proof of current automobile insurance



    • Excellent analytical, planning and strategic thinking and problem solving skills

    • Requires high degree of creative, original and thinking in identifying new programs, new avenues for outreach, new relationships and developing person-centered plans

    • Solid work ethic, attention to detail, and strong time management skills

    • Ability to work independently or as a member of a team

    • High level of integrity, diplomacy, and initiative

    • Willingness to work some evenings and weekends and travel to care consultation and outreach activities

    • Commitment to serving diverse and vulnerable constituencies including immigrants, LGBT and communities of color

    • Desire to help families cope with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias






    Posted 6\10\17


    County of San Mateo, CA

    $141,544 - $176,966 Annually


    The County of San Mateo’s Human Services Agency is currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of Director of Children and Family Services. The Director of Children and Family Services (CFS) is responsible for the administration of Child Welfare within San Mateo County. This includes screening, investigations, out-of-home placement, family maintenance, family reunification, permanent placement, adoptions, resource family licensing, emergency shelter, foster family agency, prevention and early intervention, independent living and non-minor dependents. The Director of Children and Family Services will work closely with community partners to promote and develop services to enhance the well-being of children and families.

    The ideal candidate will possess:

    • A Master’s degree in social work from an accredited college or university
    • Five years of experience as a deputy director or upper level manager in a public child welfare agency
    • Be a highly engaging manager and effective communicator to diverse audiences such as community partners, staff members, executive team members and clients
    • Strong business acumen, including performance outcomes, contract monitoring and outcomes, budget development and monitoring
    • Strong personnel and human resources management experience to engage staff, evaluate performance and celebrate staff and program accomplishments
    • Ability to implement and measure the CFS strategic plan
    • Be a strategic thinker that can evaluate systems and processes to streamline services and achieve performance in a collaborative manner
    • Be proficient in applying the principles and practices of child welfare and social services for families and children, including current trends in research, treatment, prevention, education and related issues
    • Knowledge of the principles and practices of organization and personnel management, public administration and financial administration, including public budgeting and reporting
    • Ability to plan, organize, direct, review and coordinate programs
    • Ability to develop and maintain successful, cooperative and effective partnerships with other departments, and the officials and employees of other agencies, including Advisory Boards and commissions
    • Knowledgeable of the laws, codes and regulations governing Child Welfare Services
    • Ability to act as a liaison with various private and public agencies, and deal successfully with the public and other interested groups

    Final Filing Date: June 22, 2017


    To learn more about this position, please visit: http://files.smc-hr.org/Rec/DirCFS.pdf


    Applications are only accepted online at http://jobs.smcgov.org. EOE


    Posted 6/7/17


    Bilingual Early Childhood Therapist/Consultant

    Brooklyn, NY

    Job Description:


    OHEL’s new Early Childhood Mental Health Program is seeking a warm, empathic licensed mental health professional with excellent communication skills to provide mental health services to children under 5 and to their caregivers. Therapist will provide assessment and mental health treatment to children under 5 and their families in OHEL’s outpatient mental health clinic in Brooklyn and at early childhood sites and schools as needed. Appropriate candidate must have knowledge of early childhood social emotional development, 3 years’ experience providing treatment to young children and their families. Weekly supervision and training in evidence-based practices will be provided. Spanish speaking a must.



    Position is Full time and is based out of Brooklyn.

    Salary for position ranges from 48k-51k annually. Includes benefits- Health Insurance, Paid Vacation, Sick, Holiday.




    For more information contact OHEL at 855-OHEL JOB, or apply here: www.ohelfamily.org/careers


    Posted 4/26/17

    Senior Program Manager, Step 4-7 (Full time)

    Report to: Director, Programs Division

    Organization Description


    The School-Based Health Alliance is the national voice for school-based health care (SBHC). Founded in 1995 to promote and support the SBHC model, the School-Based Health Alliance’s mission is to improve the health status of children and youth by advancing and advocating for school-based health care. We advocate for national policies, programs, and funding to expand and strengthen SBHCs, while also supporting the movement with training and technical assistance.


    Position Description

    The Senior Program Manager is a member of the Alliance’s Programs Division, which is responsible for implementing the organization’s national school-based health care technical assistance and training agenda. The Senior Program Manager is responsible for developing and implementing an initiative to infuse Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment, an evidence-based practice, in school-based health centers. The program description, management duties, and responsibilities are listed below.


    Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) in School-Based Health Centers (SBHCs):


    This initiative’s focus is twofold: 1. Develop and implement a learning collaborative (LC) with SBHC sponsor organizations to use SBIRT as the vehicle to identify, prevent and reduce substance use and depression in youth, contributing to student achievement outcomes including increased attendance and fewer disciplinary actions. 2. Develop, implement, and promote an online compendium with extensive resources and tools that all SBHCs can use to implement SBIRT in their schools. This work requires engagement of a wide variety of partners, including but not limited to the following: health, education, community-based treatment, restorative justice, and state and local level partners.



    · Manage the Learning Collaborative (LC) including development, launch, trainings, site selection, and site-base team development.

    · Develop content for training curriculum, compendium, LC calls, site visits. Examples of training content include: components of SBIRT, motivational interviewing techniques with youth, the use and interpretation of the CRAFFT and PHQ-9 screening tools into the SBHC work flow; youth development strategies; team building and buy-in; and coding and billing for SBIRT.

    · Deliver intensive on-site trainings to kick-off learning collaborative teams.

    · Provide virtual learning opportunities and technical assistance to sites.

    · Enhance the SBHC Data Portal to enable data collection and report management by working with the Research and Evaluation Team on technical development and implementation.

    · Supervise Administrative Assistant.

    · Engage the Alliance’s Youth Advisory Council to assist with compendium development.

    · Convene and manage a project advisory group.

    · Develop and promote marketing plan for online compendium.

    · Manage project budget.

    · Manage and schedule all calls and meetings with agendas and follow-up.

    · Represent the Alliance to Conrad Hilton Foundation and evaluators.

    · Manage grant deliverables.

    · Oversee project consultants.

    · Prepare report to project officer.

    · Prepare performance narratives and reports.

    · Represent SBIRT work to the field, such as on webinars and workshops at conferences.

    · Summarize performance, progress, and successes associated with program for dissemination.

    · Collaborate with the Alliance Communications team for development of program content organization’s website.


    Other Responsibilities

    · Over time, manage additional programs.

    · Foster collaborative relationships with representatives of partner organizations, state SBHC affiliates, SBHC sponsoring agencies, school districts, and national health organizations and regional affiliates.

    · Work with the Communications Manager on project communications and dissemination activities.

    · Represent the School-Based Health Alliance at related trainings, conferences, and meetings.

    · Manage workshop content for annual convention, and other duties as assigned.


    The individual will perform other work-related duties as requested and assist with other tasks related to accomplishing the goals of projects/grants. The School-Based Health Alliance operates as a cohesive collaborative team and the program manager will be expected to be actively engaged, work closely with, and function as a part of the team.



    • Master degree preferred, in School Counseling, Social Work, Mental Health Counseling, Public Health, or related field.
    • Five to seven years of combined related experience, with at least two years multiple project or program management. 
    • Experience supervising staff.
    • Strong planning, organization, and time management skills.
    • Knowledge of or experience in school-based health care, SBIRT and/or adolescent substance misuse.
    • Knowledge of or experience in motivational interviewing preferred.
    • Extensive experience with training, technical assistance, and meeting facilitation.
    • Experience working with minority and underserved communities strongly preferred.
    • Experience working with schools and /or education agencies, school based health center experience preferred.
    • Experience with grants management, budget oversight, and strategic planning.
    • Experience developing partnerships at various levels (e.g. national, state, and/or local).
    • Analytical thinking and excellent oral and written communication skills.
    • Ability to work well with team members and project participants in a highly collaborative work environment.
    • Ability to manage relationships with outside consultants and advisory groups.
    • Ability to work independently with initiative to manage a high volume of work flow and deliverables.
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and Basecamp, preferred.



    · Full-time

    · Salary commensurate with experience, range is $70,000 – $75,056

    · Full benefits, including medical, dental, vision, 401k, Metro subsidy



    Contact Information

    Send cover letter and resume to anewell@sbh4all.org with Senior Program Manager in subject line. No phone calls.


    Posted 4/25/17

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