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    Clinical Social Workers

    within the Outpatient Department of Psychiatry

    CHA Revere Care Center, Revere, MA

    Purpose: Clinical social workers within the Outpatient Department of Psychiatry are vital members of the multi-disciplinary treatment teams. In collaboration with colleagues in mental health and primary care, they provide services to preschool, latency-age children, and adolescents across the spectrum of programs offered within the department. The diversity of the child/adolescent patient population served in addition to the treatment modalities utilized requires interdisciplinary expertise and collaboration. The training responsibilities are assigned by the Director of Social Work Training in accordance with the training needs of the Department.

    Job Responsibilities: Ability to develop rapport with diverse children and adolescents having mental and/or substance use disorders. Ability to assess children and adolescents for DSM5 disorders utilizing an understanding of normal child and adolescent development and a strengths-based parenting/family assessment model. Skill and prior experience in making triage decisions; in assessing risk including suicide, violence, and abuse/neglect; and in applying the multi-axial diagnostic classification accurately. Ability to develop individualized treatment plans utilizing a strengths-based approach with emphasis on improving symptoms and function within a developmental context using a full range of appropriate treatment modalities (such as crisis intervention, individual and group psychotherapy, family-based therapy, supportive therapy, intermittent therapy, and/or behavior therapy). Ability to provide clinical care to patients commonly seen in primary care and specialty mental health settings (including core disorders, such as mood or anxiety disorders; disruptive behavior disorders, adjustment disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, and/or substance use; severe and persistent mental disorders; social skills deficits and developmental delays; and family system conflicts associated with parenting dilemmas.) Knowledge, skill and experience in at least two core areas of psychosocial treatment (e.g. psychodynamic therapy, play therapy, family-based therapy, short-term therapy, cognitive-behavior therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, problem-oriented therapy, group psychotherapy, or other evidence-based approaches), with a commitment to continuing professional growth by development of new clinical skills and mastery of additional techniques. Participation in quality improvement initiatives with opportunities, on occasion, to join clinical research efforts.

     

    Qualifications:

    Education/Training: Masters degree

    Social Work Licensure: Current MA licensure as LICSW (Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker). LCSW (Licensed Certified Social Worker) considered with eligibility for licensure of LICSW within one year.

    Bilingual in Portuguese or Spanish strongly preferred.

    Experience in short-term and behaviorally-oriented therapies (e.g., cognitive behavioral therapy, trauma focused-CBT, dialectical behavior therapy, parent management training) is preferred.


    Apply Here: http://www.Click2apply.net/9zyjr7cmpw26r2k5

     

    PI121055291

     

     

    Posted 7/14/2020

    Assistant Director of Operations

    Bergen County, New Jersey

    Location: 07601
    Compensation: 75,000 - 80,000 | Full-Time Overview:

    "Great leaders have vision, share vision, and inspire others to create their own.”

    - Roy Bennett

     

    We at Bergen’s Promise (BP) are seeking that visionary and mission driven leader who shares our passion and intensity to join our senior management team. We are a fast-growing social services agency serving the youth and families of Bergen County, New Jersey. Do you embrace collaboration and excellence? Do you possess the experience to nurture, to motivate, and to coach a high-achieving team? Finally, can you lead the integrated wraparound care management model? If you possess these traits and more, we are interested in talking with you!

     

    Responsibilities:
    • Responsible for and Leadership of Care Management department.
    • Assist Chief Operating Officer, when needed, in oversight of daily agency responsibilities.
    • Collaborate with Executive Leadership to develop and implement the agency's strategic vision
    • Establish clear departmental goals and objectives and follow through on their attainment
    • Recruitment and Retention
    • Fostering a positive work culture
    • Community outreaches and networking to build collaborative relationships
    • Collaborates with Chief Operating Officer and Director of Quality Assurance for the purposes of implementation and monitoring of continuous quality improvement of Care Management practices, with specific focus on fidelity to Wraparound approach/principles, as well as identified critical domains.

     

    Qualifications & Skills:

     

    • Master’s Degree in a related field (such as Social Work, Counseling, Clinical Psychology).
    • Maintenance of a full license in an appropriate discipline (LPC or LCSW) required.
    • Minimum of three years experience supervising middle management personnel.
    • Minimum of three years post Masters’ related experience supporting children with mental health needs.
    • Experience and/or Certification in Developmental Disabilities and/or Drug and Alcohol and/or Special Education fields of discipline are a plus.
    • Experience with community relations, resource development, and the Wraparound process are a plus.
    • Clinically and culturally competent/responsive, with the training and experience necessary to manage staff and complex family needs across child serving systems.
    • Excellent public speaking skills
    • Computer proficient with excellent writing skills.
    • Valid Driver’s license is required.
    • Extremely well organized and detail oriented.
    • Exceptional work ethic.
    • Bi-lingual skills a plus.
    • Knowledge of Medicaid a plus.

     

    Benefits:

    BP will offer YOU an excellent benefit package including Medical, Dental, Vision, FSA, Life Insurance, Long-Term Disability Insurance and two types of pension plans. We offer liberal time off benefits including Vacation, Personal and Sick time; and provide 13 paid holidays a year. We are committed to your professional development and will provide you with ample opportunities for continued education and training.

     

    Apply: https://recruiting.paylocity.com/recruiting/jobs/List/4033/Bergens-Promise-Inc

     

    Posted 7/6/2020

    Rochelle Park, NJ


    Full-Time | $37,000 / year

     

    Bergen's Promise is the Care Management Organization (CMO) for Bergen County. We are a non-profit social service agency serving youth ages 5 - 21 and their families. The youth served are challenged by serious behavioral, emotional, mental health, substance abuse issues and/or developmental disabilities.

    We are currently seeking Care Managers to join our winning team in a fast-paced work environment. The Case Manager position requires care coordination and crisis work, in community, with children and families in Bergen County NJ.

    Must be mission driven, creative and able to work under supervision and as part of a team.

    Must be able to work a flexible schedule to accommodate the needs of the youth and families served.

    Bergen's Promise was named one of the Best Places to Work in New Jersey in 2012 and was recognized in 2016 with an Award for Excellence.

    How many people can say that their job makes a significant difference in the life of a child? As a Care Manager at Bergen's Promise - you can!

    This position will provide many valuable and varied experiences working with youth and families.

    Bergen's Promise is committed to providing great opportunities for professional growth. You can participate in so many ways: be part of one of our internal committees that drives our Mission, learn leadership and supervisory skills by being a Task Supervisor in our internship program, or working towards becoming a Certified Wrap Coach. Internal career path to a supervisory role is also available. And Bergen's Promise will offer you OUTSTANDING BENEFITS!

     

    Apply: https://recruiting.paylocity.com/recruiting/jobs/List/4033/Bergens-Promise-Inc

     

    Posted 7/6/2020

    Hackensack, New Jersey


    Full-Time | $37,000 / year

     

    **Unique Community Health Nursing experience in Pediatric Integrated Healthcare**

    Bergen’s Promise is the designated Care Management Organization (CMO) for Bergen County. We provide care management services and coordinate an array of community based resources for youth ages 5-21 and their families. The youth we serve are challenged by serious behavioral, emotional, mental health, substance abuse issues and developmental disabilities.

    You will become instrumental in the continuing development of this ground-breaking program when joining the Pediatric Health Care Team at Bergen's Promise. The New Jersey Pediatric Behavioral Health Home Model of Service integrates mental and physical health within one agency.

    You will play an integral part in the continuing expansion of the Behavioral Health Home Model of Service. This position combines nursing and behavioral health with a family/community focus. Within the Behavioral Health Home Model of Service the Pediatric Behavioral Health Nurse performs nursing assessments, provides medical advocacy, medication/medical education, and referrals. The Pediatric Behavioral Health Nurse develops and monitors self-management health goals included in the Individual Service Plan and is accountable for the outcomes of these goals.

     

    Apply: https://recruiting.paylocity.com/recruiting/jobs/List/4033/Bergens-Promise-Inc

     

    Posted 7/6/2020

    CHILD FIRST STATE CLINICAL DIRECTOR

    Denver, CO

    JOB DESCRIPTION           

    Reports to: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

    Classification: Full-time, Exempt

     

    PURPOSE

    Every day, we prove that the smartest investments are made in children. At Invest in Kids, we bring research-based, proven programs into communities across Colorado. Our efforts focus on the specific needs of children in low-income families, with the hope of seeing every child in Colorado thrive. We partner with community leaders, care providers, and donors to work toward this goal. Only those programs able to demonstrate the highest level of standards, a research-proven track record of success, and a promise of significant impact become Invest in Kids’ programs. The Child First State Clinical Director will further our mission by leading and overseeing the clinical implementation of and providing programmatic support for Child First at affiliate sites within Colorado.

     

    POSITION OVERVIEW

    The Child First State Clinical Director is to provide oversight and management of the clinical implementation of the Child First Colorado program. The position provides direct clinical, reflective and programmatic consultation to Child First Colorado affiliate sites, ensuring quality enhancement and model fidelity, conducting trainings in collaboration with Child First National Program Office (NPO) Training Director and training affiliate site staff and clinical experts.

     

    The position is part of the senior leadership team of Invest in Kids and strategic partner to the Executive Director. The Child First State Clinical Director is also a member of the Child First National Program Office’s Clinical and Training Department (located in Connecticut), receives clinical oversight from the Child First National Clinical Officer, and works in close collaboration with the Child First State Clinical Directors in other states that are implementing Child First. S/he also serves as a liaison with all Colorado community partners and other Invest in Kids stakeholders.

     

    The start date for this position will be January 2021.

     

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES

    Provision of Reflective Clinical and Programmatic Consultation

    • Oversee all components of clinical operations of Child First in Colorado.
    • During the Child First training period, provide weekly then biweekly, individual reflective clinical consultation, technical assistance and support to Child First affiliate site Clinical Supervisors, and group reflective clinical consultation to Child First staff at each of the Colorado Child First affiliate sites.
    • Provide ongoing, biweekly technical assistance, support and clinical consultation for affiliate site Clinical Supervisors in Colorado, and ad hoc consultation as needed.
    • Assist affiliate site Clinical Supervisors in building and maintaining cohesive, supportive and respectful relationships among their staff.
    • Conduct monthly Child First Colorado Clinical Supervisor Network Meetings focused on both clinical and management issues.

    Quality Enhancement and Model Fidelity

    • Work as a member of Child First NPO Quality Enhancement Team (made up of NPO staff from both the Clinical and the Data & Quality Enhancement Departments) to monitor quality of clinical interventions, collection and analysis of data, and fidelity of implementation of the Child First model, as it is rolled out in Colorado.
    • Review Colorado Child First Benchmarks (implementation process) on a monthly basis and work with affiliate site Clinical Supervisors to enhance outcomes.
    • Review Child First assessment outcomes on a quarterly basis and work with affiliate site Clinical Supervisors to target areas needing enhancement, including more training or consultation.
    • Provide ongoing assistance to Child First affiliate sites to improve performance and help them meet standards for Child First accreditation.

    Training Provision

    • Actively participate in planning and implementation of Child First training – including Child First Learning Collaborative, Distance Learning, and Staff Accelerated Training (STAT) – working in close collaboration with the National Clinical Officer, Training Director, and other clinical staff.
    • Assist affiliate site Clinical Supervisors in mastering Child First model components and facilitate collaborative learning.
    • Provide further training to Child First affiliate sites as needed. This is designed to support clinical/care coordination practice and fidelity to the Child First model.
    • Identify local expert faculty who can collaborate and contribute to Learning Collaborative sessions as needed.

    Collaboration

    • Oversee and manage Child First implementation in Colorado in close collaboration with Invest in Kids staff and NPO Chief Program Officer.
    • Develop, recruit and nurture a Colorado State Advisory Council in close collaboration with Invest in Kids staff and Child First NPO Chief Program Officer.
    • Collaborate with Invest in Kids staff and affiliate agency Clinical Supervisors/Directors to embed Child First in the local/regional early childhood system of care, through engagement of local providers and stakeholders. Help facilitate the development of a Child First Community Advisory Board in each geographic area.
    • Collaborate with NPO and affiliate site Clinical Supervisor to address concerns as they arise.
    • Work with Invest in Kids’ Finance Department to create, monitor, and advise the organization on the program budget.

     

    Commitment to Ongoing Training/Supervision Provided to the State Clinical Director by NPO

    • Commit to travel to Connecticut as needed (when safe/feasible) for in-person training in the Child First model at the Child First National Program Office (NPO), in order to facilitate close collaboration.
    • Complete all Child First training (Learning Collaborative, Distance Learning, Child-Parent-Psychotherapy, Child First Comprehensive Clinical Record) rapidly, post-employment.
    • Participate in professional development opportunities for personal growth, in consultation with the Child First National Clinical Officer.
    • Travel to the NPO for ongoing training as needed to facilitate close collaboration (when safe/feasible).
    • Maintain frequent contact with Child First NPO through web-based conferencing to include, but not be limited to, weekly reflective supervision, biweekly Child First NPO staff meetings, and weekly Clinical Department meetings.

     

     

    QUALIFICATIONS

    • Excellent leadership, interpersonal, and team-building skills.
    • Highly organized, high energy, team player, self-motivated, multi-tasker, and flexible.
    • Quality improvement and program evaluation experience a plus.
    • Excellent oral, writing, and editing skills.
    • Desire to have significant impact in the rapidly growing field of early childhood mental health.
    • Strong commitment to the vision, mission, and goals of Invest in Kids and Child First.
    • Computer proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
    • Experience supervising and/or directly providing Child First services is highly valued.

     

    REQUIREMENTS

     

    • Minimum of five years’ experience working psychotherapeutically with young children (0-5 years) and their families using a relationally-based, dyadic model. Rostered clinician in Child-Parent Psychotherapy, highly preferred.
    • A minimum of four years’ experience conducting reflective clinical supervision with Master’s level clinicians, highly preferred.
    • Demonstrated knowledge of early childhood development and disability, especially emotional development and mental health; young child assessment; parent-child relationships and attachment theory; impact of trauma, depression, and other environmental risks on early childhood brain development; family systems; adult psychopathology; psychopharmacology; and diagnostic classification of young children and adults.
    • Demonstrated knowledge and experience working with adults with mental health, substance abuse, intimate partner violence and cognitive challenges.
    • Experienced leader with demonstrated success embracing innovation and collaborative teamwork with other early childhood and adult providers with a focus on building and contributing to a system of care.
    • Experience working in home and community-based settings with vulnerable populations of diverse cultures and ethnicities.
    • Experienced trainer with ability to facilitate group learning and apply interactive training techniques.
    • Reliable vehicle for travel throughout Colorado required.
    • Available for overnight travel to NPO in Connecticut required.

     

    BENEFITS

    • Health, dental, and vision insurance
    • Short-term disability, long-term disability and life insurance
    • Flexible Spending Account
    • Generous vacation, sick and personal time
    • Annual 401K match

     

    SALARY

    Full-time exempt position

    Minimum starting salary $95,000, depending on competencies and qualifications.

     

    APPLICATION DIRECTIONS

    Please direct all inquiries to Amanda Fixsen via email at afixsen@iik.org

    Please submit cover letter, resume, and the names of three professional references

    electronically prior to deadline of July 31, 2020.

     

    The start date for this position will be January 2021.

     

    IIK is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to building a diverse workforce. IIK strives to create an inclusive workplace that embraces diverse backgrounds, life experiences and perspectives. It is the policy of IIK to prohibit discrimination against any person or organization based on age, race, sex, color, creed, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, transgender status, gender identity, gender expression, ancestry, marital status, gender, veteran status, political service, affiliation, or disability.

     

    For more information about Invest in Kids, please visit www.iik.org

     

     

    Posted 7/1/2020

     

     

     

    Child First Connecticut State Clinical Director

    Trumbull, Connecticut

     

    Summary of Position

    Child First National Program Office (NPO) is seeking a dynamic, early childhood mental health expert to:
    (1) oversee Child First’s clinical operations throughout Connecticut, (2) provide ongoing, reflective clinical and programmatic consultation to Child First sites within our Connecticut affiliate agencies,
    (3) ensure quality enhancement and model fidelity, (4) conduct trainings in collaboration with Child First NPO training staff, and (5) serve as a liaison between Child First NPO, affiliate and community partners, CT state agencies, and other stakeholders in Connecticut.

     

    Program Description

    Child First is an evidence-based, two-generation, home-based intervention, which works to decrease the incidence of serious emotional disturbance, developmental and learning problems, and abuse and neglect among very vulnerable, young children and their families. Child First uses a team approach that combines (1) Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP), a psychotherapeutic, attachment-based, trauma-informed, caregiver-child intervention with (2) care coordination, providing comprehensive services and supports for the whole family. Most families have experienced multiple challenges, including poverty, violence, depression, substance use, and homelessness.

     

    Child First is currently in a period of rapid growth. We have 15 affiliate sites across Connecticut, serving approximately 1000 families each year, with the goal of covering the entire state within the next year. We are also in North Carolina and Florida, with expansion planned for additional states. The Child First National Program Office in Connecticut oversees and supports the Child First network of agencies that are authorized to implement the Child First model.

     

    Key Job Responsibilities

    Reflective Clinical Consultation

    • Assist affiliate Child First site Clinical Directors and teams in mastering the Child First model components, including Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP).
    • During the eight months of a Child First Learning Collaborative for a new affiliate site, provide weekly individual reflective clinical consultation to Clinical Directors and group reflective clinical consultation to Child First staff at affiliate sites. Thereafter, provide ongoing, bi-weekly reflective clinical consultation for Clinical Directors of affiliate sites, to promote their mastery of reflective supervision with their staff, support their work with complex families, and maintain a supportive and cohesive team structure.
    • Provide weekly individual consultation to new Clinical Directors the first 6 months of hire and biweekly thereafter.
    • Conduct a monthly, Child First Connecticut Clinical Director Meeting focused on both clinical and management issues.

     

     

    Quality Enhancement and Model Fidelity

    • Collaborate with Child First Data and Quality Enhancement Team to help monitor quality of clinical interventions and fidelity of implementation of the Child First model throughout Connecticut.
    • Review all CT Child First Benchmarks (implementation process) on a monthly basis and work with CT affiliate site Clinical Directors to enhance outcomes.
    • Review all CT Child First assessment outcomes on a quarterly basis and work with Clinical Directors to target areas needing more training or consultation.
    • Participate in the Accreditation Team to oversee clinical and training quality across the network to determine if trained Child First affiliate sites meet standards for Child First accreditation.
    • Help Child First affiliate sites reach and maintain fidelity to the model through use of the Child First Fidelity Framework and clinical consultation.
    • Support Child First Connecticut affiliate sites in model implementation, evaluating both process and outcome data, and targeting areas of needed growth, as a member of the Quality Enhancement Team.
    • Work closely with CT affiliate sites to create Performance Enhancement Plans, as needed, and provide consultation and support to them as they implement these plans.
    • Conduct Child First Accreditation visits, as appropriate.

     

    Training

    • Actively participate in planning and implementation of all Child First training – including Child First Learning Collaborative, Distance Learning, Staff Accelerated Training (STAT), and other necessary training – working in close collaboration with the Training Director and team.
    • Participate in all aspects of Child-Parent Psychotherapy training, to obtain rostered status (if not already rostered upon hire). 
    • Continue to support ongoing CPP training for all CT sites. This includes participation in ongoing consultation calls.

     

    Child First Relationship with Connecticut State Leadership

    • Support CT affiliate agency Senior Leaders in conjunction with members of the Program Department, as needed.
    • Develop positive working relationships with statewide agencies and departments to foster Child First’s ongoing development across Connecticut, including the Department of Children and Families (DCF), Office of Early Childhood (OEC), and others.
    • Educate stakeholders as needed (e.g., DCF, OEC staff) regarding the Child First model, including how Child First addresses trauma and the mental health needs of infants, young children, and families.
    • Collaborate with the CT Association of Infant Mental Health, providing statewide training and facilitating the endorsement of Child First staff.

     

    Qualifications

    • Licensed early childhood mental health clinician with Masters or Doctoral degree (preferred) in the areas of clinical psychology, psychiatry, social work, marriage and family therapy, or relevant related discipline.
    • Knowledge of early childhood development and disability, especially emotional development and mental health; young child assessment; parent-child relationships and attachment theory; impact of trauma, depression, and other environmental risks on early childhood brain development; family systems; adult psychopathology; psychopharmacology; and diagnostic classification of young children and adults.
    • Minimum of five years’ experience working psychotherapeutically with young children (0-5 years) and their families using a relationally-based model (Child-Parent Psychotherapy preferred).
    • Experience working in home and community-based settings with vulnerable populations of diverse cultures and ethnicities.
    • Knowledge and experience working with adults with mental health, substance abuse, intimate partner violence, and cognitive challenges. 
    • A minimum of four years’ experience conducting reflective, clinical supervision with Masters’ level clinicians.
    • Certified trainer in Child-Parent Psychotherapy (preferred).
    • Experienced trainer with ability to facilitate group learning and apply interactive training techniques.
    • Knowledge and experience with collaboration with other early childhood and adult providers.
    • Quality improvement and program evaluation experience.
    • Excellent interpersonal, leadership, and team-building skills.
    • Highly organized, high energy, team player, self-motivated, and flexible.
    • Ability to multi-task on multiple initiatives in parallel.
    • Excellent oral, writing, and editing skills.
    • Computer proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. 
    • Strong commitment to the vision, mission, and goals of Child First.
    • Ability to commute to affiliate Child First sites throughout Connecticut.
    • Ability to travel to replication States as needed to provide training.

     

    Salary and Benefits

    • Full-time position
    • Competitive salary commensurate with the experience and qualifications of the candidate
    • Generous benefit package

     

    Apply

    • To submit an application, email a cover letter and curriculum vitae to: HR@childfirst.org
    • Please place “Connecticut State Clinical Director” in the email’s subject heading.

     

     

    Child First, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.

     

    Posted 6/29/2020

    Bilingual Child Voluntary Services Care Manager

    Rocky Hill, CT

    We Help People Live their Lives to the Fullest Potential!

     

    For more than 30 years, Beacon has changed the way people live with behavioral health conditions. Today, we are the undisputed leader in behavioral health management, serving 40 million people across all 50 states. At Beacon, we are committed to delivering a 'world-class' candidate experience from the moment you click 'Apply'! Our goal is to help you reach your fullest potential, while utilizing your talents and expertise to help us deliver on our promise.

     

    Do you have a passion for helping others? If so, we are looking for you!

    Beacon is currently seeking a Bilingual Child Voluntary Services Care Manager to join our team at our Rocky Hill, CT office. The Voluntary Care Manager is responsible for applying specialized care management techniques in the clinical management of intensive, chronic, or complex clinical situations when a family and youth experience barriers to accessing care. Knowledge of the treatment, services and resources of youth serving programs is required as is an understanding of the basic concepts of managed behavioral health care. Duties include evaluation, determination and authorization of appropriate levels of care based on established criteria for consumers and an understanding of WRAP and the impact of trauma on high need youth and families.

     

    What does a typical day look like?

    1. Via the use of a standardized instrument conducts an initial assessment to evaluate the clinical need of the identified youth
    2. Reviews available clinical information, on-site and telephonically, regarding requests for authorization for payment of care.
    3. Evaluates clinical information and document justification for authorization
    4. Provides comprehensive evaluation and treatment planning by providing concurrent reviews and discharge planning for continuity of care to members.
    5. Provides EPSDT case management when needed by facilitating referrals, developing and coordinating a plan of service.
    6. Summarizes and presents written and oral clinical information to supervisor, medical director or peer advisor in one-to-one and group settings.
    7. Utilizes established policies and procedures for processing authorizations and initiating appeals and claims reviews.
    8. Helps develop and facilitate implementation of the most cost-effective plan of care for identified members while helping to ensure that members receive high quality care.
    9. Advocates for member's needs to facilitate movement through systems both internal and external to the organization.
    10. Consults with providers on family education regarding treatment goals and objectives, medication, and social skills.
    11. Contributes to and documents individualized care plans.
    12. Recommends discharge plans, aftercare referrals, and community resources.
    13. Establishes a plan, in collaboration with the family and service providers as necessary for addressing barriers to care.
    14. Supports and directs clinical care-decision making by insuring that the youth and family are at the center of the care planning experience.
    15. Mediates, advocates and negotiates with care providers and engages additional providers when needed in order to improve individual outcomes for a family as articulated in the Individualized Care Plan.
    16. Collaborates with the Department of Children and Families, Department of Developmental Services, Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services and private insurers as necessary to improve outcomes and access to care for needed services.
    17. Participates in multidisciplinary team reviews to review care plans to ensure they adequately address the identified needs.
    18. Responsible for the intensive care management of families who meet criteria.
    19. Builds, develops and maintains a positive and collaborative relationship with local providers

    What Makes Us Different?

    • Here, it's not just a job – it's an opportunity to change lives.
    • Our employees are learners, innovators and original
    • Our mission and values guide the way we treat our members, providers and each other.

    What We Have to Offer:

    • Healthcare benefits available starting day 1!
    • Health & wellbeing incentives, such as gym membership reimbursement
    • 401K with company match to help reach your future financial goals
    • Generous PTO, because we know life happens outside of work
    • Tuition reimbursement so you can keep reaching your fullest potential

    If Beacon sounds like the place for you, what are you waiting for?

    Apply with us today to get started!

     

    Beacon Health Options is proud to be an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer as well as a Drug Free and Tobacco Free Work Environment. EOE/AA/M/F/Veterans/Disabled

     

    At Beacon Health Options, our candidate's data privacy is a top priority. Our recruiting team conducts all communications using official company email (@BeaconHealthOptions.com). Only candidates who have applied for an open position through our Careers page (careers.beaconhealthoptions.com) will be engaged in our interview process. Beacon conducts all interviews in person or over the phone. At no time during the recruiting process will any Beacon recruiter request any financial or personally identifiable information from you.

     

     

    What you Contribute?

     

    Education: Master's degree

     

    Licensure: Position requires being independently licensed in Connecticut in one or more of the following: Social Work-LCSW, Licensed Professional Counselor-LPC, Marriage and Family Therapist-LMFT

     

    Experience: Bilingual required (Spanish speaking preferred).Three (3) years' experience in the behavioral health field with two (2) years' post Master's degree experience in the delivery of social work/counseling services in a behavioral health care or home health setting working with children and families is required. Knowledge of local community resources and trauma is essential. Requires excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, and the demonstrative ability to relate effectively with treatment providers, advocates, clients and other professionals. Ability to effectively intervene in complex clinical situations. Working knowledge of care management principles and practices, cost containment principles, excellent PC skills, analytical and problem solving skills needed. Prefer experience with DCF or knowledge of youth serving programs.

     

    Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

    • Analytical and problem-solving ability
    • Interpersonal communication skills
    • Verbal and written communication skills
    • Group presentation and public speaking skills
    • Collaboration and team-oriented work philosophy


     

     

    Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/gmy5jq4yjh36962b

     


    PI120150075

     

    Posted 5/22/2020

    Faculty – Educator Track

    School of Social Work
    College of Allied Health Sciences
    (Final rank and title commensurate

    with education and experience)

    Cincinnati, Ohio

    The University of Cincinnati School of Social Work is searching for two full-time faculty members who will contribute to the department’s teaching, service, and research missions, with a focus on teaching and service. This is a 12 - month per year position with rank commensurate with education and experience.

     

    Position Responsibilities: This position is primarily responsible for teaching and service to the School of Social Work and College of Allied Health Sciences. Teaching and service responsibilities include, but are not limited to, course development, primary instruction of courses using both face-to-face and online delivery modalities; participation in student recruitment, retention, and admissions activities; participation in program committee work including program evaluation, accreditation tasks, and other activities as assigned by the Director of the School of Social Work. While teaching and service are central to this position, scholarship activities consistent with the School’s faculty evaluative criteria and the mission of the program and the University are required.

     

    Minimum Requirements:

    • Master of Social Work (MSW)
    • Two years post-MSW practice experience
    • Experience teaching social work courses at the undergraduate or graduate level using both face-to-face and online delivery modalities
    • Current knowledge and skill in the use of computer technology and educational learning management systems
    • Strong organizational skills; strong interpersonal skills including communication, problem solving, counseling, conflict management, and follow-through
    • Ability to work independently
    • Interest and ability to collaborate with an interdisciplinary team
    • Ability to assist with tasks assigned by School Director
    • Demonstrated commitment to cultural diversity, equity, and inclusion in practice, teaching, and service.

     

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • DSW, PhD in social work
    • Experience or expertise in practice with children and families, including child welfare, school social work, or children with special needs.
    • Experience or expertise in practice with diverse and vulnerable populations
    • Experience with First-Year Experience (FYE) programs   
    • Active in professional activities at local, state, and/or national levels
    • Demonstrated student mentorship experience
    • Knowledge of Quality Matters and experience in applying the QM rubric.

     

    Please apply online at https://bit.ly/2xHGB1v

     

    FOR ALL FACULTY HIRES
    OFFICIAL ACADEMIC TRANSCRIPTS WILL BE REQUIRED AT THE TIME OF HIRE

     

    The University of Cincinnati, as a multi-national and culturally diverse university, is committed to providing an inclusive, equitable and diverse place of learning and employment. As part of a complete job application you will be asked to include a Contribution to Diversity and Inclusion statement.

     

    As a UC employee, and an employee of an Ohio public institution, if hired you will not contribute to the federal Social Security system, other than contributions to Medicare. Instead, UC employees have the option to contribute to a state retirement plan (OPERS, STRS) or an alternative retirement plan (ARP).

     

    The University of Cincinnati is an Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity Employer / Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran.

     

    Posted 4/3/2020

    Bilingual- Spanish Social Worker

    Bethesda, MD

    We are seeking a Bilingual- Spanish Social Worker. The National Institutes of Health, a part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, is Located just outside our Nation's Capital in Bethesda, MD and is the nation’s medical research agency— making important discoveries that improve health and save lives.

     

    This position is located in the Social Work Department (SWD), Clinical Center (CC), National Institutes of Health (NIH). The Social Worker facilitates the objectives of the NIH by providing a wide range of diagnostic, treatment, consultative and educational services to CC patients, their families, and staff. The selected candidate will provide psychosocial care to mentally and medically ill patients. This setting includes patients from varied geographical areas and divergent cultures, arriving from and discharged to worldwide locations. The patient population is diverse with respect to the severity of their illness. Some patients will be faced with life threatening illnesses and some with long term chronic illnesses.

     

    The selected candidate will independently provide social work services to Clinical Center patients, families, and staff, utilizing a full range of screening, assessment, diagnostic, treatment, consultative, and educational services. Treatment modalities include crisis intervention, individual, family or group psychotherapy, emotional/environmental support and resource planning. The preferred candidate will have some experience providing clinical social work care in an acute medical setting (hospital social work, specifically, Emergency Room or Intensive Care Unit).

     

    Please apply on www.usajobs.gov between 4/23/2020 and 4/27/2020; announcement closes at 11:59 pm. Search for announcement # NIH-CC-DE-20-10778793 or # NIH-CC-MP20-10779796.

    It’s our goal to lead the global effort in training today’s Investigators and discovering tomorrow’s cures.

     

    Social Worker (Bilingual-Spanish) requirements: 

    • Master’s degree in clinical social work.

    • State licensure in any U.S. state or territory at an independent clinical social work practice level (LCSW or equivalent).

    • Be bilingual (Spanish and English), with fluency sufficient to conduct psychosocial assessments and clinical social work interventions in Spanish, and to document those activities in English in the medical record.

     

    Tips on Applying: 

    • Go to USAJOBS.gov and keyword search for the appropriate vacancy announcement number that is underlined on the left.

    • List specific examples in your resume/CV that correspond to the examples listed under “additional requirements”.

    • Provide days/months/and years of employment for each position.

    • Attach a copy/picture of your license

    • Include your transcript(s).

    • Apply early and contact Jacaranda GuzmanVargas, the Human Resource Specialist listed below, to ensure you have submitted everything.

     

    For more information, please contact Jacaranda GuzmanVargas, HR Specialist, at jacaranda.guzman-vargas@nih.gov or at 301 594-3862.

     

    NIH Benefits:

    • Thrift Savings 401k plan

    • Health, Life, Dental, Vision

    • Flexible Spending Accounts

    • Flexible schedules Social Workers: “There’s no hospital in the world like the Clinical Center” DHHS and NIH are Equal

     

    Posted 4/3/2020

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