• LMSW/ LCSW Clinician

    Full Time

    (Social Services)

    New York City, NY

    Raritan Valley Community College

    Assistant Director of Counseling Services

    Branchburg, NJ

    ADDICTION COUNSELOR

    Addiction Treatment Services

    Hampton Bays, LI, NY

    MENTAL HEALTH CLINICAL SPECIALIST

    $65,947.32 - $97,899.12 Annually

    Contra Costa County, CALIFORNIA

    Social Work Professionals

    (Bilingual)

    District of Columbia

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    PROGRAM MANAGER FOR PREVENTION EDUCATION AND FIRST-YEAR PROGRAMS

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    How to Apply

     

    A cover letter is required for consideration for this position and should be attached as the first page of your resume. The cover letter should address your specific interest in the position and outline skills and experience that directly relate to this position.

     

    Summary

     

    Being part of something greater, of serving a larger mission of discovery and care — that's the heart of what drives people to work at Michigan. Every person here helps to advance this world-class institution. It's about adding a purpose to your profession. Work with us at Michigan and become a champion for the greater good. The Program Manager for Prevention Education and First Year Programs serves on the Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center's (SAPAC) Prevention Education team and reports to the Director of SAPAC. SAPAC is housed within the Division of Student Life. You will provide leadership for the required sexual misconduct prevention programs for first-year students, which are required by the state of Michigan and designed to engage incoming students in primary, secondary, and tertiary violence prevention education and skill-building. This includes healthy relationship, consent, communication, bystander intervention, and survivor support education and skill-building. Your work will involve program and curriculum development; management of student staff and facilitators; ongoing facilitation training for peer educators; management of student workshop schedules and registration processes; partnering with units engaged in overlapping and intersecting work; evaluating programs for effectiveness; overseeing leadership teams; and managing the infrastructure for the required programs. You will also support SAPAC's prevention education efforts through presentations, trainings, and workshop facilitation.

     

    Click here to view full job description.

     

    Why Work at Michigan?

     

    In addition to a career filled with purpose and opportunity, The University of Michigan offers a comprehensive benefits package to help you stay well, protect yourself and your family and plan for a secure future. Benefits include:

    • Generous time off
    • A retirement plan that provides two-for-one matching contributions with immediate vesting
    • Many choices for comprehensive health insurance
    • Life insurance
    • Long-term disability coverage
    • Flexible spending accounts for healthcare and dependent care expenses
    • Maternity and Parental Leave

    Responsibilities*

    • Management of Required Sexual Misconduct Prevention Workshops for First-Year Students
    • Training and Workshop Facilitation
    • Student Leadership Development and Supervision

    Required Qualifications*

    • Bachelor's degree in social work, public health, education, student affairs, or related field
    • 1+ year experience working in sexual violence prevention education, social work, public health, education, student affairs, youth development, or related field through a professional role or as part of graduate or volunteer work
    • 1+ year experience working through lenses of social justice, cultural competence, intersection of identities, and empowerment of historically marginalized and underserved populations through a professional role or as part of graduate or volunteer work
    • 1+ year experience with program planning and/or project management through a professional role or as part of graduate or volunteer work
    • 1+ year experience with student supervision and/or peer education through a professional role or as part of graduate or volunteer work

    Additional Information

     

    This role may have reporting obligations under Title IX and Clery.

    Authorization to work in the U.S. is a precondition of employment and applicants for this position will not be sponsored for work visas.

    Salary may vary depending on qualifications, experience, and education of the selected candidate.

    Relocation will not be offered for this position.

    #studentlife

     

    Application Deadline

     

    Job openings are posted for a minimum of seven calendar days. The review and selection process may begin as early as the eighth day after posting. This opening may be removed from posting boards and filled anytime after the minimum posting period has ended.

     

    U-M EEO/AA Statement

     

    The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

    U-M COVID-19 Vaccination Policy

    COVID-19 vaccinations, including boosters when eligible, are required for all University of Michigan students, faculty and staff across all campuses, including Michigan Medicine. This includes those working remotely. More information on this new policy is available on the Campus Blueprint website or the UM-Dearborn and UM-Flint websites.

     

    Posted 7/18/22

    PROGRAM MANAGER FOR PREVENTION EDUCATION: COMMUNITY AND GRADUATE STUDENT ENGAGEMENT

    Michigan

    Apply Now

     

    How to Apply

    A cover letter is required for consideration for this position and should be attached as the first page of your resume. The cover letter should address your specific interest in the position and outline skills and experience that directly relate to this position.

     

    Summary

     

    Being part of something greater, of serving a larger mission of discovery and care — that's the heart of what drives people to work at Michigan. Every person here helps to advance this world-class institution. It's about adding a purpose to your profession. Work with us at Michigan and become a champion for the greater good. The Program Manager for Prevention Education: Community and Graduate Student Engagement serves on the Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center's (SAPAC) Prevention Education team and reports to the Director of SAPAC. SAPAC is housed within the Division of Student Life. You will provide leadership for sexual misconduct prevention programs for graduate students, which are designed to engage graduate students in primary, secondary, and tertiary violence prevention education and skill-building. You will oversee the Graduate Research, Outreach, Workshops, and Evaluation (GROWE) volunteer program, a peer education program designed specifically for graduate students interested in providing resources to the U-M graduate student community and facilitating peer-to-peer educational workshops, including the Engendering Respectful Communities (ERC) workshop. You will also manage community engagement projects, such as communications and social media, and oversee SAPAC's Raise the Bar (RTB) program. RTB focuses on working with local bars and transportation services to provide tailored workshops on the subject of sexual assault and bystander intervention. You will also provide trainings on responding to disclosures of sexual assault, and facilitate conversations using the restorative practice of circles as an educational and healing tool to address collective harm that has been caused by sexual misconduct within communities. You will support SAPAC's prevention education efforts through presentations, trainings, and workshop facilitation.

     

    Click here to view full job description.

     

    Why Work at Michigan?

     

    In addition to a career filled with purpose and opportunity, The University of Michigan offers a comprehensive benefits package to help you stay well, protect yourself and your family and plan for a secure future. Benefits include:

    • Generous time off
    • A retirement plan that provides two-for-one matching contributions with immediate vesting
    • Many choices for comprehensive health insurance
    • Life insurance
    • Long-term disability coverage
    • Flexible spending accounts for healthcare and dependent care expenses
    • Maternity and Parental Leave

    Responsibilities*

    • Prevention Education
    • Student Leadership Development and Management
    • Community Engagement
    • Communications and Social Media

    Required Qualifications*

    • Bachelor's degree in social work, public health, education, student affairs, or related field
    • 1 + year experience working in sexual violence prevention education, social work, education, public health, student affairs, or related field through a professional role or as part of graduate or volunteer work
    • 1+ year experience working through lenses of social justice, cultural competence, intersection of identities, and empowerment of historically marginalized and underserved populations through a professional role or as part of graduate or volunteer work
    • 1+ year experience designing and implementing effective trainings and workshops through a professional role or as part of graduate or volunteer work
    • Experience with project management and program planning
    • Experience with student management and peer education

    Additional Information

     

    This role may have reporting obligations under Title IX and Clery.

    Authorization to work in the U.S. is a precondition of employment and applicants for this position will not be sponsored for work visas.

    Salary may vary depending on qualifications, experience, and education of the selected candidate.

    Relocation will not be offered for this position.

    #studentlife

     

    Application Deadline

     

    Job openings are posted for a minimum of seven calendar days. The review and selection process may begin as early as the eighth day after posting. This opening may be removed from posting boards and filled anytime after the minimum posting period has ended.

     

    U-M EEO/AA Statement

     

    The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

    U-M COVID-19 Vaccination Policy

     

    COVID-19 vaccinations, including boosters when eligible, are required for all University of Michigan students, faculty and staff across all campuses, including Michigan Medicine. This includes those working remotely. More information on this new policy is available on the Campus Blueprint website or the UM-Dearborn and UM-Flint websites.

     

    Posted 7/18/22

    Assistant Director for Student Outreach and Support

    Medford, Massachusetts

    Categories: Student Services
    Req ID: 17525

    Overview

    The Fletcher School is the United States' first professional graduate school of international affairs. Since 1933 Fletcher's multi-disciplinary education in international relations, law, and business, has prepared the world's leaders to become innovative problem-solvers in government, private sector, and non-governmental organizations. The Fletcher School seeks to fulfill its mission in the most environmentally sensible way possible. The Fletcher School supports work-life balance.

    The Office of Student Affairs is a busy department that serves as a central resource and support for Fletcher students' wellbeing. The Office of Student Affairs is responsible for the student experience at Fletcher with special emphasis on enhancing the total student (academic and co-curricular) experience at the School in order to provide an optimal environment for learning and professional development. A rich, supportive co-curricular student experience is central to the School's mission. The office partners closely with colleagues across the school and university (e.g., the Office of Admissions and Financial Aid, the Registrar's Office, Ginn Library, the Office of Career Services, Finance and Administration, Office of Equal Opportunity, Health Services, Counseling & Mental Health Services, Residential Life & Learning, Tufts University Police Department) on a variety of related programs and initiatives.

    What You'll Do

    This is a part-time position at 17.5 hours per week.

    The Assistant Director for Student Outreach and Support is responsible for providing comprehensive support to students experiencing personal, health, and other challenges. In appropriate circumstances, the Assistant Director facilitates medical leaves of absence, conducts wellbeing checks, reviews return to the university after a period of hospitalization, provides support when students experience acute physical or mental health issues, family concerns, transition and adjustment difficulty, and a variety of other issues that impact a student's ability to be successful at Tufts. The position resolves such situations in a way that prioritizes the safety of the student and others in the community; respects student agency, encourages resilience, and facilitates personal development; and restores health and wellbeing.

    What We're Looking For

    Basic Requirements:

    Knowledge and experience typically acquired by:

     

    • Master's degree in higher education, college student development, social work, counseling, psychology, or another closely related discipline, or the international equivalent.
    • A minimum of two years of experience working directly with students of concern in a higher education setting.
    • Experience with crisis response, including the ability to analyze situations and implement effective solutions in a thoughtful way during times of distress.
    • Strong helping skills (e.g., active and reflective listening, facilitated reflection, appropriate confrontation, recognition of mental health concerns requiring referral, suicide prevention, etc.), experience making referrals and providing case management to students in distress.
    • Extensive, nuanced understanding of college student mental health concerns, trends, and best practices.
    • Excellent judgment and experience making thoughtful decisions in complex, sensitive scenarios.
    • Current and thorough knowledge of laws, trends, and practices related to student support in the college and university environment.
    • Demonstrated success in starting up and implementing innovative programs.
    • Outstanding written and oral communication skills.
    • Excellent analytical, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills.
    • Experience successfully employing conflict management skills (e.g., de-escalation, assertive communication, conflict coaching, giving feedback, etc.).
    • Proven ability to shape outcomes successfully in a cross-functional, fast-paced environment.
    • Excellent interpersonal skills, the ability to build strong relationships with members of diverse constituencies, and a successful track record of collaboration in achieving objectives.
    • Commitment to Tufts' goal of becoming an anti-racist institution and experience with diversity, equity, inclusion, or social justice work.
    • Experience working effectively with a wide range of diverse faculty, staff, and students.
    • Ability to utilize technology in the delivery of student programs.
    • Experience with the administration of a student records system.



    Preferred Qualifications:
     

    • History of success supervising undergraduate or graduate students.
    • Training in case management, suicide prevention and intervention, and/or closely-related topics.
    • Experience conducting student learning assessments and program assessments.
    • Experience formulating organizational policy.
    • Experience creating and assessing learning outcomes.
    • Membership in and service to relevant professional organizations.


    An employee in this position must complete all appropriate background checks at the time of hire, promotion, or transfer.

    Equal Opportunity Employer - minority/females/veterans/disability/sexual orientation/gender identity.

     

    Apply Here: https://www.click2apply.net/X7QgMPIVD71zDfqowienbR


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    POSTED 7/13/22

    WE ARE HIRING!!

    SOCIAL WORKERS

    New York City, NY

     

    NYC Health + Hospitals is seeking various levels of Social Workers

     

    As valued members of our clinical teams, Social Workers provide person-centered interventions and ensure safe and appropriate transitions in care throughout our System. This includes: Medical/Surgical units, Pediatrics, Maternity, Emergency Room, Crisis Intervention & B-Heard, Acute & Ambulatory Behavioral Health and Correctional Health.

     

     

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Valid Limited Permit issued by the New York State Education Department (NYSED) in Social Work for Social Worker Level I.
    • Valid NYS LMSW or LCSW License for Social Worker Level II.
    • Valid NYS LCSW License for Social Worker Level III, IV and V.

     

     

    For immediate consideration, please email your resume to SocialWorkers4NYC@nychhc.org | Subject Line "Social Worker NYC"

     

     

    NYC Health and Hospitals offers a competitive benefits package that includes:

    • Comprehensive health benefits for employees hired to work 20+ hrs. per week
    • Retirement Savings and Pension Plans
    • Loan Forgiveness programs for eligible employees
    • Paid Holidays and Vacation in accordance with employee’s Collectively bargained contracts
    • College tuition discounts and professional development opportunities
    • Multiple employee discount programs

     

    Please be advised that proof of Covid-19 vaccination is required prior to hire.

     

     

    ABOUT NYC HEALTH + HOSPITALS

    NYC Health + Hospitals is the largest public health care system in the United States. We provide essential outpatient, inpatient and home-based services to more than one million New Yorkers every year. We offer a competitive benefits package where eligible. NYC Health + Hospitals is an Equal

    Opportunity Employer. M/F/D/V

     

    Posted 7/6/22

    Join

    Cartwheel Care

    to Address the Student Mental Health Crisis

    Cartwheel is a fast-growing, mission-driven company that believes every student with a mental health need deserves timely, affordable, and evidence-based support. We partner directly with school districts to provide mental health services to students, families, and staff – delivered via telehealth. In addition to providing teletherapy and medication management, we help schools build Multi-Tiered Systems of Support through clinical consultations and school programming.

     

    We're hiring Massachusetts-licensed Therapists for our Care Team

     

    · Experience working with school-aged youth required

    · Flexible hours (10-40 hrs/week)

    · Start dates in August/September

    · Spanish speakers highly encouraged to apply

     

    Why mental health professionals join Cartwheel

     

    · Up to 100% remote – work from wherever you’d like

    · Impact-oriented work serving diverse student populations

    · Highly competitive pay and excellent benefits, including salaried options

    · Team-based care model working with a tight-knit group of Cartwheel clinicians, school leaders, and families

    · Opportunities beyond clinical care, including leadership roles, school staff support, and community programming

    · Fast-growing startup supported by mission-driven funders

     

    Visit www.cartwheelcare.org to explore all open roles

     

    Posted 7/6/22

    Join Team CWC!

    UMASS Amherst

     

     

    Are you ready for a professional position and like the campus life? Are you looking for something meaningful to do with your degree? Interested in continuing your education, but hoping to work while you do it? Working at CWC let’s you enjoy the campus vibes, while working a professional role. Learn and grow alongside a fun team, surrounded by the UMass campus community!

     

    CWC is a diverse and dynamic community organization that has been advocating for our Hampshire County Community since 1972. Becoming a part of CWC means joining a long history of activism and advocacy. Working at CWC is a unique opportunity where you get all of the benefits of working for the vibrant UMASS Amherst campus while broadly serving our county, inclusive of the Five Colleges, as a community based organization. It is the best of both worlds!

     

    We are looking for people who want to join a team that…

    • Shows up for one another.
    • Is committed to learning and growing.
    • Cares about social justice and making our community a better place for everyone.
    • Takes initiative to learn new technology and skills.
    • Is flexible, adapts and brings a positive balance of work and fun!

    Community Education: We are looking for dynamic motivated educators with strong tech skills and contemporary experience with college-aged people.

     

    SASA (Sexual Assault Support & Advocacy): We are excited to expand our outreach to better serve immigrant/migrant farmworkers in our community and invite bilingual folks interested in serving the county overall with special focus on this population.

     

    These positions work primarily out of CWC’s Office on the UMass Amherst Campus. See all openings and apply: https://www.umass.edu/cwc/take-action/join-our-staff

     

    Posted 7/5/22

    Social Work Professionals

    (Bilingual)

    District of Columbia

    Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) is seeking social work professionals who are bilingual and empowering leaders to join our growing team within the Government of the District of Columbia. As one of the most challenging areas of child welfare, CFSA social workers are responsible for providing a full range of direct professional social work services to children and families of the District of Columbia, to include the areas of abuse and neglect. The environment at CFSA is fast paced yet rewarding. Social workers who do this work must be committed, flexible, and have strong organizational skills to work within the mandated time constraints that have been established to meet the needs of vulnerable families. Additionally, all social workers must comply with federal and DC standards alongside the CFSA Practice Model. Professional social workers are also child welfare professionals. Professionalism is displayed by a strong work ethic, commitment to children and families, high quality social work practice, and respect for time and attendance.

     

    Social Work opportunities are available in the following areas:

     

    CPS Social Worker

    CPS social workers are the individuals who begin critical engagement with our families, as they are the first person from the District of Columbia Government coming into a home and/or seeing a child alleged to be abused or neglected. CPS social workers are responsible for the referrals assigned to them, including field investigations and provision of services. Their responsibilities include some of the following major duties:

     

    • Conduct home visits to assess the safety of children and strengths and needs of families; contacts collateral source; reviews pertinent information; makes appropriate referrals.
    • Develop and implement case assessments and plans to remediate child abuse and neglect with both parents.
    • Responds to crisis situations and intervene to address immediate concerns.

     

    In Home Social Worker

    In Home Social Workers make the connections among the family, CFSA, community resources, and clinical service providers in order to support the children’s safety and well-being and to facilitate the families’ access to and utilization of needed services to increase family functioning and resilience. The intensity of in home services intervention for the family is determined by CFSA’s assessment of safety and risk. Their responsibilities include some of the following major duties:

     

    • Convene a team meeting with the family members, family supports, and appropriate service providers within 30 days of the case opening to create a case plan that identifies service needs and develop action steps and interventions.
    • Refer families to appropriate support services and facilitate family access to those services.
    • Review the case plan with all age appropriate family members to explain content, to outline expectations and action steps around its stated goals, and to clarify questions.

     

    Out-of-Home Support Social Worker

    The Out-of-Home Social Worker works to achieve and/or maintain permanency for all children served, as quickly as possible, consistent with federal guidelines. If a family comes to the attention of CFSA due to an allegation of abuse and/or neglect and after a CPS investigation is completed, the social worker determines there is no substantiated finding of abuse or neglect, but there are issues of concern, the Out-of-Home Social Worker refers these families to partner organizations in the community that will work to facilitate and maintain permanency for the child through stabilization of the family and resolution of the issues of concern. Their responsibilities include some of the following major duties:

     

    • Provide on-going, permanency-focused supports and services to the child, birth and resource families until the child exits the system.
    • Supporting a child and family at home, through reunification, adoption or guardianship.
    • Engaging kin as the first option for out-of-home care; by ensuring that time in out-of-home care is short; or by securing alternative, lifelong resources if reunification cannot be achieved, permanency is a priority and responsibility of CFSA, and all of its staff and partners.

     

    Salary

    $66,289 - $109,023

    Currently, CPS Social Workers also receive an additional premium pay of $6,240/annually, in addition to the base pay, upon completion of all classroom and on the job training.

     

    Benefits

    DC Government believes healthy, productive employees are the cornerstone of a robust, efficient workforce. As such, the DC Department of Human Resources (DCHR) is committed to improving District employee health and well-being through balanced, effective combinations of worksite wellness programs and insurance benefits to produce the healthiest possible workforce.

     

    Education

    Must have a Master’s Degree in Social Work (MSW) from a program accredited by the Council on Social Work Education.

     

    Experience

    Must possess specialized and directly related professional experience that equipped the individual with the knowledge, skills, abilities, and competencies to successfully perform the duties of the position including, but are not limited to, attending and/or representing CFSA at administrative reviews, court hearings, and other meetings; coordinating the implementation of court orders; assisting in determining the appropriateness of established goals, services, and/or permanency planning based on the status findings.

     

    Licensure

    Valid Driver’s License

    Required to be a current D.C. Licensed Graduate Social Worker (LGSW), D.C. Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW), or a D.C. Licensed Independent Social Worker (LISW) to practice social work in the District of Columbia. If licensed outside the District of Columbia, applicant must submit endorsement to DC Department of Health.

     

    All social workers may be required to work rotating weekends and at least one holiday during the year.

     

    COVID Vaccination

    The Government of the District of Columbia values the safety of our employees, our residents, and our visitors. In support of these values, if you are selected for this job you must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 except when vaccination is not medically advised or violates your sincerely held religious beliefs in violation of EEO laws. If you are invited to join our team, you must submit proof that you are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to your initial HR representative, or you must request an exemption from your representative. New employees must either provide proof of vaccination or be granted a medical or religious exemption before working with the Government of the District of Columbia.

     

    How to Apply

    For consideration, please submit your resume to cfsa.recruitment@dc.gov

     

    Posted 6/30/22

    MENTAL HEALTH CLINICAL SPECIALIST

    $65,947.32 - $97,899.12 Annually

    Contra Costa County, California

     

    Want to help people in crisis?

     

    Are you ready to be a part of a new program that helps the Contra Costa County community receive timely access and support for their behavioral health needs? Join our team!

     

    Contra Costa Health Services – a team of over 4,600 employees who protect the health and safety of all people in the county, especially those at higher risk for health problems – is working to revolutionize behavioral health crisis response with a new innovative program called Anyone, Anywhere, Anytime (A3).

     

    When someone experiences a crisis – a fire, crime or medical emergency – they call 911 with the expectation of getting immediate emergency services. However, when that emergency is a behavioral health crisis, there is currently no timely and clinically appropriate response. A3 addresses this enormous need by making behavioral health part of the emergency response system to provide timely and appropriate behavioral health crisis services to anyone in Contra Costa County anywhere at anytime.

     

    To make our ambitious vision a reality, we are recruiting a team of dedicated Mental Health Clinical Specialists to provide field-based mental health crisis intervention and connect people in crisis and their families to services and peer support. A3 is committed to building a team that reflects the ethnic, linguistic and cultural diversity of our county.

     

    Remote work may be a possibility for some positions. Schedule may include four 10-hour shifts each week, and we offer differential pay for evening hours.

     

    Minimum Qualifications:
     

    • Possession of a valid California Motor Vehicles Operator's License.
    • Possession of one of the following professional licenses is required. Either:
      • A valid license issued by the State of California, Board of Behavioral Sciences as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW); or Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT); or Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC); or
      • A valid license as a Psychologist issued by the State of California Department of Consumer Affairs, Board of Psychology.

    Substitution for License:
     

    Either: Possession of a Master's degree in psychology or closely related behavioral science field from an accredited college or university, and registration with the State of California, Board of Behavioral Sciences as an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT), Associate Clinical Social Worker (ASW), or Associate Professional Clinical Counselor (APCC); or possession of a Doctorate degree in Psychology from an accredited college, university or other educational institution accredited by the California State Board of Psychology.

     

    As a condition of continued employment, incumbents hired with either an AMFT, ASW, APCC or a Doctorate in Psychology must obtain status as a LCSW, LMFT, LPCC, or a licensed Psychologist, respectively, issued by the State of California Department of Consumer Affairs, Board of Psychology, within the time periods established by the licensing agencies.
     

    Closing Date: Continuous

     

    For more information about A3, please visit https://cchealth.org/a3/. To read the complete Mental Health Clinical Specialist job description and to apply, please visit: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/contracosta/jobs/3593601/mental-health-clinical-specialist or our Careers page at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/contracosta.

     

    Equal Opportunity Employer

     

    Posted 6/22/22

    ADDICTION COUNSELOR

    Addiction Treatment Services

    Hampton Bays, LI, NY

     

    Full time – Monday through Friday – some evenings required.

     

    We are always looking for individuals to join the mission of Catholic Charities and offer

    “Care with Dignity…Life with Hope.”

     

     

    Position Description:

    We are seeking a caring Addiction Counselor who possesses a CASAC or a CASAC-T certification to work in our Outpatient Clinic located in Hampton Bays, LI. In this role you will provide “person-centered” education and treatment services to individuals with substance use disorders. Our ideal candidate will have knowledge of the latest treatment modalities and the ability to supervise program interns. A benefits package accompanies this position including earned time off (vacation, personal, sick), 18 paid holidays, health/dental, free life insurance, and a retirement savings program.

     

    Responsibilities:

    • Perform comprehensive assessments to determine appropriate level of care.
    • Refer clients to alternative levels of care when clinically indicated.
    • Conduct individual and group counseling sessions.
    • Complete clinical documentation such as treatment plans, progress notes, and reports.
    • Document in an electronic medical records system. 
    • Work as part of a multidisciplinary team to provide person centered care.

     

    Requirements:

    • HS Diploma or GED.
    • CASAC or CASAC-T that is CASAC eligible.
    • Fully bilingual: Spanish/English preferred.
    • PC proficiency and the ability to input and maintain electronic medical records.
    • Valid NYS Driver’s License needed for occasional use of business vehicle to transport clients. 

     

    How to Apply: Email resume and cover letter of interest to jobs@catholiccharities.cc. Please reference “Addiction Counselor” in the subject line of your email.

     

    A complete list of our job opportunities can be found on our website at www.catholiccharities.cc/careers

     

    Catholic Charities of Long Island – An Equal Opportunity Employer

     

     

    Raritan Valley Community College

    Assistant Director of Counseling Services

    Branchburg, NJ

     

    Ranked by BestColleges.com and Niche.com as the #1 community college in New Jersey, Raritan Valley Community College has been serving as an academic and cultural center for Somerset and Hunterdon County residents for 50 years. The College has been nationally recognized for its service to the community, environmental stewardship, and commitment to diversity. It is home to a Planetarium, Science Education Institute and 3M Observatory, a 1,000-seat Theatre, an Honors College for high achieving students and much more.

     

    The College offers more than 90 associate degrees and certificates, as well as career training, small business assistance through the Small Business Development Center, professional development, and adult and youth personal enrichment courses. RVCC is located at 118 Lamington Road in Branchburg, NJ. For further information, visit www.raritanval.edu.

     

    Job Description:

    Raritan Valley Community College has an anticipated opening of an Assistant Director of Counseling Services.

     

    The Assistant Director will be the primary contact on campus for issues relating to the mental health of students. They will provide training to the campus community for recognizing and handling students in need of assistance; and provide emergency and short-term counseling to students. In addition, the coordinator will be a member of the Advising and Counseling team and will have a regular schedule for advising students and assisting them in developing class schedules, selecting a major, and determining career and transfer needs.

     

    Duties & Responsibilities:

    Provides guidance and direction for mental health counselors and coordinates activities of other mental health staff within the department.

     

    Assist with managing mental health grant budget, including staffing needs.

     

    Oversees weekly meetings with counselors, discussing students and any counseling updates collegewide.

     

    Provide consultation and supervision for counseling staff and interns.

     

    Oversees the coordination of the CARES committee to ensure at risk students get the needed support.

     

    Manage the coordination, utilization of community resources, tracking data, and forecast resource needs.

     

    Create a professional development program on campus for recognizing and handling students in distress. Respond to the training needs of the RV campus community.

     

    Provide individual short-term counseling for students and make appropriate referrals as needed.

     

    Perform assessments for at-risk students and determine the next level of care.

     

    Work individually with instructors and staff to evaluate situations of concern and develop plans to address the situation. Organize case meetings as needed.

     

    Maintain contact with outside service providers and develop referral procedures.

     

    Act as liaison to state groups concerned with the mental health issues of students.

     

    Provide academic advising for new and returning students.

     

    Maintain a thorough knowledge of all academic programs, registration process and procedures. Conduct advising workshops.

     

    Utilize the BANNER student system and other interactive technology used in the department.

     

    Communicate with faculty, staff, and students regarding the services available through the Advising and Counseling Center.

     

    Ensure compliance with HIPPA and FERPA standards when dealing with student mental health records.

     

    Participate in department and College activities.

     

    Write department policies and procedures; participate in staff development, and represent ACS at College-wide activities, open houses, committees, and faculty meetings, as appropriate.

     

    Requirements:

    • Master's degree is required.
    • Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) or Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)
    • Experience in counseling a college age population.
    • Experience in developing professional workshops.
    • Demonstrated willingness to assist in advising students as needed and flexibility in duties assigned.

     

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Certification to supervise masters level interns
    • Experience in mental health evaluations and assessment

     

    Application Instructions:

    As a New Jersey First Act Employer, new employees must establish a primary residence in New Jersey within one year unless an exemption applies.

     

    RVCC's starting salary is commensurate with educational qualifications and experience. We also offer an attractive benefits package.

     

    For consideration of the above position, please submit your cover letter and resume online:

    https://rvcc.interviewexchange.com/candapply.jsp?JOBID=148394#pageTop

     

    We regret that we are unable to respond to each and every resume received. Only those candidates of interest will be contacted directly.

     

    Raritan Valley Community College is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Plan Employer. We will implement the policy to assure that the employment opportunities offered at the institution are available to all persons.

     

    Posted 6/9/22

    LMSW/ LCSW Clinician–Full Time

    (Social Services)

    New York City, NY

     

    Service Program for Older People (SPOP) is nationally recognized as a leader at the intersection of mental health and aging. SPOP provides award-winning therapeutic services for adults ages 55+ throughout New York City. We are expanding our services, and have several full-time positions for LMSW/LCSW clinicians who want to provide individual and group psychotherapy for our Article 31 clinic and/or satellite locations. Services are currently offered on site and via telehealth. No evenings, weekends or after-hours coverage required.

     

    Requirements:

    • Qualified applicants must have an LMSW or LCSW
    • Candidates should have strong clinical skills, experience using an electronic health record, and experience working with older adults
    • Bilingual Spanish/English or Mandarin/Cantonese and English desired for some positions
    • As per NYC Department of Health Mandate, all employees must be fully vaccinated

     

    Compensation:

    • $65K annual salary with comprehensive benefits package, including ample paid time off, medical, dental and vision insurance as well as a flexible spending account
    • Reimbursement for trainings and licensure
    • Extensive supervisory and educational opportunities, including clinical consultation, individual and group supervision, and on-the job CE credits

     

    SPOP is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer committed to assembling a diverse, broadly trained staff. LGBTQ+ people, people of color, people living with HIV/AIDS, veterans, and people with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

     

    To apply for a position at our satellites, please send cover letter and resume to:

    Teresa Theophano, LCSW

    Senior Vice President for Community Programs

    ttheophano@spop.org

     

    To apply for a position at our West 91st St. clinic, please send cover letter and resume to:

     

    Geordana Weber, LCSW

    Senior Vice President for Clinical Services

    Service Program for Older People, Inc (SPOP)

    gweber@spop.org

     

    Posted 5/25/22

    Social Worker

    Behavioral Health Emergency Assistance

    Response Division

    New York City, New York

    NYC Health + Hospitals/B-HEARD (the Behavioral Health Emergency Assistance Response Division) is a ground-breaking program in NYC that sends a Social Worker and FDNY EMS - Emergency Medical Technicians to mental health 911 calls.

     

    The Social Worker’s role is to establish communication whenever possible with the individual in crisis, conduct rapid crisis assessments, de-escalate situations, provide brief treatment, and make connections to resources and/or appropriate care. The teams work with individuals with mental illness, substance use/misuse, trauma, and diverse social determinants of health.

     

    Qualifications:

    • Valid LMSW or LCSW issued by NYS Education Department required
    • Level 2 -LMSW and one year of experience
    • Level 4- LCSW and one year of experience in a supervisory capacity
    • Level 5- LCSW and two years of this experience in a supervisory capacity
    • Experience working for mobile crisis team, mobile treatment team, community-based health provider, hospital emergency room or in-patient psychiatric care strongly preferred

    Full-Time Position

    Annual Salary:

    SW 2- $62,612.00

    SW4- $69,985.00- $80,483.00

    SW5-$77,206-$87K

     

    Contact: Lina Hurston

    Email: hurstona@nychhc.org

     

    Posted 5/11/22

    Social Worker (MSW)

    Mobilization for Justice

    New York, NY

    BE A SOCIAL WORK HERO.

    ADVANCE SOCIAL JUSTICE AND YOUR SOCIAL WORK CAREER

    WITH MOBILIZATION FOR JUSTICE!

     

    Does collaborating with a team of social justice advocates to protect the rights of vulnerable New Yorkers appeal to you? How about making a difference in your community while practicing social work in a variety of settings, with diverse populations and with greater autonomy, all while making a difference in your community? If so, join Mobilization for Justice and be a SOCIAL WORK HERO!

     

    Mobilization for Justice (MFJ), a non-profit legal services organization that provides a wide range of free civil legal services to low-income New Yorkers, is seeking an MSW to provide holistic services to individuals and families struggling with mental health disabilities. The Social Worker will provide supportive counseling, benefits assistance, and home visits in efforts to address the immediate needs of our clients, while simultaneously striving to address the root causes of inequity. The Social Worker will work at MFJ’s Bronx office, and will collaborate closely with the attorneys, paralegals, and other advocates of the Bronx arm of MFJ.

     

    The Social Worker will have the opportunity to obtain clinical hours while working four days per week and the ability to work remotely at least one day per week.

    Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

    • Providing case management support to individuals and families who are receiving legal services from MFJ attorneys and paralegal.
    • Providing crisis intervention, assessments and referrals to individuals with a wide range of mental health, substance use, physical disabilities, and psychosocial concerns.
    • Advocating on behalf of our clients to access public benefits, social services, and medical care, in addition to other systems impacting our clients.
    • Providing supervision and support to two graduate-level social work students.
    • Conducting home visits to clients to assess housing conditions, assess client needs, and provide case management assistance throughout the Bronx.

    Requirements:

     

    • A demonstrated passion for social justice and a commitment to working with low- income communities and communities of color to advance equity.
    • Master of Social Work degree, New York State license, and three years of experience as a social worker.
    • SIFI certified or SIFI eligible.
    • Experience providing case management to vulnerable populations.
    • Familiarity with New York City institutions and social service systems.
    • Experience providing client advocacy related to housing and benefits.
    • Knowledge of and comfort working with people who experience mental health, substance use, illness-related and trauma-related conditions.
    • Experience providing psychosocial assessments, short term counseling and crisis intervention.
    • Outstanding organizational, interpersonal, writing and time management skills.
    • Ability to balance an active caseload and travel between MFJ’s offices, outreach sites,

    and agency offices and courts.

    1. Fluency in Spanish is preferred.

    Salary is pursuant to a collective bargaining agreement. In addition to a competitive salary, the Social Worker will have access to MFJ’s generous benefits package, including health benefits with no employee contribution to the cost; dental, vision, long-term disability and life insurance; pre- tax flex spending account and a transit check/voucher program; and participation in a 403(b) tax deferred annuity plan to which MFJ contributes 7.5% of your salary after your one-year anniversary. The Social Worker also will receive 26 vacation days, two floating holidays, and 14 designated holidays each year.

     

    Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and writing sample to:

    Rick Kahn, Bronx Office Managing Attorney, and transmit by e-mail to rkahn@mfjlegal.org by June 10, 2022. Please indicate where you found this ad and include BRONX MSW in the Subject Line. We encourage all applicants to include in their cover letter a statement about how your background or experience might contribute to the diversity and perspective of our office. Early applications are appreciated. Interviews and hiring will be conducted on a rolling basis. No telephone inquiries please.

     

    For further information about MFJ, please go to www.mobilizationforjustice.org.

     

    MOBILIZATION FOR JUSTICE IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

    People of color, women, people with disabilities, gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people are welcome and encouraged to apply.

     

    About Mobilization for Justice:
    MFJ’s mission is to achieve social justice, prioritizing the needs of people who are low-income, disenfranchised, or have disabilities. We do this by providing the highest quality direct civil legal assistance, conducting community education, and building partnerships, engaging in policy advocacy, and bringing impact litigation. MFJ is a 130+ person staff comprised of attorneys, paralegals, social workers, and support staff. It is a diverse, unionized, and collegial workplace where staff shares the organization’s mission to achieve social justice, and where we work hand- in-hand with our clients to ensure that our practice reflects the needs and desires of the communities we serve.

     

    Posted 5/11/22

    Social Worker 3/Clinical Counselor 3 (Job 9854)

    Cleveland, OH

    POSITION OBJECTIVE

     

    The Social Worker 3/Clinical Counselor 3 will be responsible for providing age specific, developmentally appropriate clinical counseling and mental health services to students and other members of the university community within an integrated healthcare and wellness model. The Social Worker 3/Clinical Counselor 3 provides direct service to students; consultation on mental health and wellness issues to faculty, staff, and students; and participates in wellness, health promotion, and outreach programming including COVID-19 and other public health support efforts for Case Western Reserve University, as assigned. This role supports the University Health and Counseling Services (UHCS) mission of enhancing the health and well-being of the student community and providing high quality, multidisciplinary mental health-related services. All members of the UHCS staff are considered essential and are expected to work on-campus in accordance with university guidance.

     

    Building a welcoming and inclusive community is the foundation of the work we do as professionals working with students. Fully including people of diverse backgrounds and perspectives helps us all thrive by working together, focusing on our collective well-being, and helping students gain insight from their academic endeavors and real-world experiences.

     

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

    1. Provide direct counseling and mental health services to students presenting with a range of mental health and wellness needs within the established counseling model. Services include same-day initial contact sessions, same-day crisis management sessions, workshops, and ongoing individual and group counseling sessions. (65%)
    2. Provide consultation services to university faculty, staff, and students on mental health and wellness to help students access appropriate levels of care. (10%)
    3. Provide regularly scheduled clinical supervision and training of pre-professional psychology graduate trainees (e.g., psychology practicum students, doctoral interns) and unlicensed doctoral level psychology staff. (10%)
    4. Participate in wellness, health promotion and outreach programming to promote campus-wide mental health and wellness initiatives. (5%)
    5. Participate in campus crisis support efforts, including support for students experiencing mental-health related effects of COVID-19, as needed (5%)

     

    NONESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

    1. Participate in departmental meetings and other university activities, as assigned (5%)
    2. Perform other duties as assigned. (<1%)

     

    CONTACTS

     

    Department: Continuous contact with professional and support staff of the UHCS for scheduling, clinical consultation and collaborative work in an integrated model.

    University: Frequent contact with university deans, faculty, staff and administrators to establish and coordinate support for students dealing with mental health and academic issues.

     

    External: Moderate contact with care providers outside the university to assist in the coordination of care for students being treated in the community.

     

    Students: Continuous contact with students to provide direct counseling and mental health services to students presenting with a range of mental health and wellness needs.

     

    SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY

     

    This position has no direct administrative supervisory responsibility. Time permitting and based on departmental needs, this position may include clinical supervision of selected, pre-professional graduate trainees, as assigned by the Director of Counseling or designee.

     

    QUALIFICATIONS

     

    Experience: 2 or more years of professional experience (post-licensure) in mental health care, prefer experience with adolescent and young adult populations, and/or experience within a university setting.

     

    Education: Master’s degree in Clinical Social Work with independent license LISW or LISW-S or Master’s Degree in Counseling with independent license in the state of Ohio as an LPCC or LPCC-S preferred. LSW or LPC accepted.

     

    REQUIRED SKILLS

    1. Demonstrated clinical skills: experience and ability to appropriately assess and treat a wide variety of clinical conditions and accurately assess risk of harm to self and/or others based on clinical evaluation and/or collateral report.
    2. Demonstrated consultation skills: ability to work collaboratively with clinical and non-clinical individuals and teams (both internal/external to the university) in order to appropriately assess the clinical and support needs of students and connect them to the appropriate level of care.
    3. Must be able to work in a culturally diverse environment. Ability to maintain a work environment that is marked by inclusiveness and respect for others.
    4. Ability to demonstrate concern for understanding and satisfying needs of customers, co-workers and others with economy, efficiency, flexibility, courtesy, good judgement and continuous measurable improvements.
    5. Knowledge of and experience with electronic medical record systems and privacy requirements.
    6. Adherence to federal and state laws and university protocols designed to protect the privacy rights of students.
    7. Ability to meet consistent attendance and demonstrate dependable work habits.
    8. Ability to interact with colleagues, supervisors and customers face to face.
    9. Knowledge, experience and training in telehealth.

     

    WORKING CONDITIONS

    Standard Health and Counseling offices in a university campus setting.

    Full-time professionals are exempt from overtime and are expected to work a minimum of 40 hours per week around the university’s core hours of operation. University Health and Counseling Services clinical work, outreach and campus crisis/emergency response efforts may require UHCS staff to work evenings and weekends.

     

    Staff may be required to adjust their clinical and administrative assignments, as needed, depending on departmental, divisional and university needs. This may involve flexing to cover other clinical roles (e.g., covering acute counseling care responsibilities, covering ongoing counseling responsibilities, alternating between roles, etc.) due to staff absence, changes in the model of care, or other reasons determined by the Executive Director of UHCS or their designee.

     

    Staff are expected to provide services on-site and in-person, with the understanding that there may be aspects of their role and responsibilities that could shift to virtual and/or via hybrid modalities, depending on university requirement, departmental need, public health guidance and/or at the discretion of the Executive Director of UHCS or their designee.

     

     

    Diversity Statement

     

    In employment, as in education, Case Western Reserve University is committed to Equal Opportunity and Diversity. Women, veterans, members of underrepresented minority groups, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

    .

    Reasonable Accommodations

     

    Case Western Reserve University provides reasonable accommodations to applicants with disabilities. Applicants requiring a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process should contact the Office of Equity at 216-368-3066 to request a reasonable accommodation. Determinations as to granting reasonable accommodations for any applicant will be made on a case-by-case basis.

     

    COVID Vaccination

     

    Case Western Reserve University has implemented a COVID Vaccination policy requiring evidence of COVID-19 vaccination for all students, faculty and staff with an on-campus presence. Religious and medical exemptions may be provided in accordance with applicable federal and state laws. For more information go to: https://case.edu/equity/covid-19-accommodations. Applicants may contact the Office of Equity at 216-368-3066 / equity@case.edu for information regarding religious or medical exemptions as an accommodation.

     

    equity@case.edu

    Apply Online

    Please visit our website

     

    https://employment.case.edu/psc/ERECRUIT/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_SCHJOB_FL&Action=U

     

    Posted 5/4/22

    Social Worker V

    Permanent Full Time Position

    Monterey County, CA

    INSPIRING HEALTHY LIVES

    through community

     

    At Natividad, our dedication to the people of Monterey County is at the heart of everything we do—from the health care services we provide to the specialized programs we promote. This commitment to our community spans more than 130 years and, more importantly, has touched countless lives. It has also earned us a Joint Commission ranking in the top percentile of hospitals nationwide. If you believe in inspiring healthy lives by focusing on community-based care, consider joining Natividad today.

     

    SOCIAL WORKER V - Acute Rehabilitation Unit

     

    Natividad is looking to fill a permanent full-time Social Worker V position in the Acute Rehabilitation Unit. The incumbent will perform casework requiring the application of highly developed social services expertise and techniques in addition to assisting patients and their families who are experiencing difficulties due to a health problem.


    Example of Duties:

     

    • Develops psychosocial assessments utilizing all available data in accordance with department policy and procedure regarding psychosocial assessments and patient care plans
    • Develops psychosocial intervention plans within 24 hours of referral
    • Provides individual, family and group counseling services in accordance with department policy and procedures in regard to psychosocial assessments and scope of social services
    • Collaborates and consults with patients' family, physician, nursing ancillary departments, discharge planners and community resources in planning a patient's discharge
    • Provides a full range of clinic skills, including care plans, referrals, advocacy and support services and interdisciplinary and inter-agency collaboration
    • Refers patients and hospital personnel to all available community service resources.

     

     

    Minimum qualifications include possession of a Master's Degree in Social Work from an accredited college or university AND at least one year of full-time experience performing social work case management as a Social Worker; OR possession of a Master's Degree from an accredited two-year counseling program AND at least one year of full-time experience performing social work case management as a Social Worker; OR possession of a Master's degree in social or behavioral science, psychology, anthropology, sociology and counseling education AND two years of full-time experience performing advanced journey (equivalent to a MSS SW III) level social work case management as a Social Worker.

     

    The ideal candidate will have working knowledge of principles of individual and group behavior; principles and techniques of interviewing and recording social casework; methods of psychosocial individual counseling; available social and health services through federal, state and local agencies; principles of group facilitation; current issues and socioeconomic conditions and trends related to public assistance; laws, rules and regulations governing the operation of social services agencies; community organization and the social problems calling for the use of public and private community resources; physical and mental health and the impact on age specific personality.

     

    Priority Screening Date: Tuesday, May 03, 2022 at 11:59pm for a guaranteed review. Application materials will be reviewed on an ongoing basis until positions are filled.

     

    For more information or to request application materials, contact Natividad, Human Resources Department, 1441 Constitution Blvd., Salinas, CA 93906, (831) 783-2700, or apply at http://www.natividad.com. Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NatividadInspiringHealthyLives/ EOE/M/F/H/V

     

    Posted 4/22/22

    Executive Director of Immigration Services

    US-CA-Oakland | US-CA-Anaheim

    Job ID 2022-6016

    Category Leadership/Supervisory

    Positions Job Type Regular Full-Time

     

    Overview

     

    Now offering a $2000 sign-on bonus!

     

    Since March 2020, Seneca's team has been working tirelessly to locate families that were separated at the border and connect them with the mental health services they need and deserve. So far, we have connected with over 1,300 families, and linked them to over 540 mental health providers across 39 states. Through our work, we have listened to families share their experiences of separation and have been in awe of their resiliency as they begin to heal. Their stories remind us that reunification alone does not address the trauma. We hope that the stories that aired on NBC, Telemundo, and MSNBC help us to spread the word about our services and encourage families to reach out to us.

     

    We are seeking an Executive Director to oversee and administer our federally funded contract. Our program's goals are to: locate families throughout the United States impacted by the Zero Tolerance Policy of the Trump Administration and provide behavioral health case management and parent support to these families, including connecting them to psychoeducation and behavioral health services offered by contractors where they now reside. The Executive Director leads a national team, including a team of operations and direct service staff, as well as a network of over 300 behavioral health contractors in over 38 states.

     

    To view more information about this groundbreaking initiative, check out a video about Seneca's Todo Por Mi Familia program!

     

    Responsibilities

     

    • Oversee all clinical and administrative functions of program(s) ensuring high quality services and compliance with all contractual and regulatory requirements.
    • Lead a remote, nationwide team of supervisors, operations staff, direct service staff, and independent contractors in a manner that promotes mutual respect, equity, inclusion, and collaboration among team members.
    • Responsible for the timely and accurate completion of all contract deliverables, including but not limited to biweekly data reports, biweekly meetings with the Government, annual reports, and work plans.
    • Develop and maintain internal systems that ensure an efficient and effective service delivery model, including performance tracking systems.
    • In a collaborative manner, ensure subcontractors are performing all duties and obligations in accordance with the terms of their subcontracts; identify and address any developing problems or issues.
    • Establish and maintain collaborative working relationships with external partners, including immigration advocacy organizations, federal government agencies, and other non-governmental organizations (NGOs), such as refugee resettlement organizations.
    • Manage program in accordance with a multi-million-dollar budget; authorize expenses and make fiscally responsible decisions that align with contractual and agency requirements and standards.
    • Stay abreast of legislation, policy trends, and regulations which affect the operation of the program(s) and communicate information to the necessary parties.
    • Participate in agency-wide Executive team meetings.

    Qualifications

     

    • Master's degree in social work or related field (independent-level licensure preferred)
    • At least 5 years of high-level management experience in behavioral health systems, infrastructure development, contract management, care coordination, and supervising a large team
    • Experience gaining the trust of and establishing positive, productive working relationships with immigrant or refugee families and/or lived experience as immigrant or refugee, including the provision of comprehensive case management and individual and family counseling
    • Basic understanding of immigration law and current pathways to citizenship • Strong writing and communication skills • Working knowledge of budgets and fiscal oversight of programs
    • Fingerprint clearances with the DOJ, FBI and CACI and compliance with any other regulatory bodies, including maintaining a current, active license if required • Proof of COVID-19 vaccinations and booster required

    Schedule

     

    • Full-time

     

    Benefits

     

    • Competitive salary, commensurate with experience

    • 5 weeks of paid time off and 11 paid holidays • Relocation assistance may be available

    • Comprehensive employee benefits package, including medical, dental, vision and chiropractic coverage and partially paid premiums for dependents

    • Employer-paid Employee Assistance Plan

    • 403b Retirement Plan

     

    Posted 4/19/22

    Licensed Certified Social Worker - Clinical (LCSW-C)

    West Cecil Health Center

    Havre de Grace, Maryland 21078 United States

    West Cecil Health Center is looking to add to their Medical Practice Team! WCHC is looking for a Licensed Certified Social Worker - Clinical (LCSW-C) who is passionate about their work, wishes to make a difference in their community and is interested in continued development.

    The LCSW-C is responsible for the evaluation, diagnosis, treatment, and coordination of services of patients with mental, behavioral, and emotional issues.

    If you’re looking to work for an organization that offers great benefits, growth opportunities and a positive atmosphere, this is the job for you!

     

    WHY SHOULD YOU, AN LCSW-C APPLY?

    • Growth and Advancement Opportunities
    • Flexibility
    • Company Sponsored Events
    • Employee Engagement Committees
    • WCHC offers a compressive benefit package including:
      1. Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance
      2. Health Reimbursement Arrangement
      3. Employer paid Life and AD&D and Disability insurance
      4. 401K with employer match
      5. Generous Paid Time Off and Volunteer time
      6. Paid Holidays
      7. Education reimbursement

    LCSW-C ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

    • Provide services within the scope of practice generally accepted as a Licensed Certified Social Worker of West Cecil Health Center, Inc.
    • Support the mission of West Cecil Health Center by serving as a liaison and promoting the health center to the behavioral community and its various constituents.
    • Assess the psychosocial needs, situations, strengths, and support networks of patients with mental, behavioral, and emotional issues
    • Develop care plans and treatment goals with patients
    • Establish a rapport and advocate for patients
    • Provide therapeutic support and help patients solve and cope with problems in their life
    • Provide individual and group therapy
    • Assist Primary Care Physicians with patient behavioral health concerns.
    • Assist West Cecil Health Center in pursuit of additional grant and funding opportunities consistent with the mission of the center in order to expand the center's capacity to meet the health needs of the community.

    At WCHC, we embrace diversity and we don’t discriminate against employees or applicants based on gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, race, religion, age, national origin, citizenship, disability, pregnancy status, or veteran status.

     

     

    Apply Here: https://www.click2apply.net/NaV5ppT7dGPoRhoPntqY6O



    PI174019472

     

    Posted 4/19/22

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