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    Adelanto, CA


    County of San Mateo

    Human Services Agency

    Lead Trauma Therapist

    Urbana, Illinois

    LCSW Clinician– Full Time Position

    (Social Services)

    Manhattan, NY

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    Helpline Specialist-Elder Abuse-Part Time

    Bilingual (Spanish/English)

    Upper East Side, NY

    Org Unit: Elder Abuse

    Work Days: Weekdays and some weekends

    Exemption Status: Exempt


    Position Summary

    The NYC Elder Abuse Center at Weill Cornell Medicine (NYCEAC/WCM) works with local, statewide and national partners to develop and implement innovative and collaborative approaches to the complex problem of elder mistreatment. One such approach is the Elder Abuse Helpline for Concerned Persons (“Helpline”), a confidential, non-emergency, no-cost service for family, friends, neighbors, and others who become aware that a NYC resident, 60 years of age and older, is being abused, neglected, and/or financially exploited. Concerned Persons are often distressed about the situation and can experience a wide range of related emotional and practical problems, but may not know where to turn for help.


    Experienced Helpline Specialists (“Specialists”) provide Concerned Persons with emotional support, information about elder abuse dynamics and dangers, crisis intervention, resources, referrals, and potential pathways for seeking assistance for the older person, and for themselves. Helpline services are provided without judgment or expectation. The Helpline will expand to serve the New York City/metropolitan area at the beginning of 2021 (including Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester, Putnam counties). Through a collaborative partnership with the Upstate Elder Abuse Center at Lifespan the Helpline will begin expansion throughout New York State in June 2021.


    Reporting to the Helpline Clinical Program Supervisor, the Specialist will: 1) provide direct services to Concerned Persons via phone and email with a focus on serving people who speak Spanish, 2) help to develop public awareness materials, media strategies, and outreach coordination for the Helpline in the NYC/metro Latinx communities, and 3) provide elder abuse and Helpline trainings in Latinx and other communities as needed.


    A new Helpline public awareness campaign is underway, featuring print and video materials in Spanish, Russian, Chinese, and English. Currently, the Helpline uses a language interpreter/translation service to provide services to Concerned Persons who have Limited English Proficiency (LEP).


    Job Responsibilities

    • Provides direct services to those who contact the Helpline through phone and internet-based approaches, including trauma informed counseling and emotional support; education; referrals; guidance with planning action steps; and safety planning.
    • Maintains meticulous documentation of all calls and clinical activity in the Helpline’s database system.
    • Fulfills all reporting requirements including Daily Time and Activity Logs and Monthly OVS Functional Time Sheets.
    • Participates in regular meetings including Elder Abuse Helpline staff meetings, case review meetings, individual supervision, NYCEAC staff meetings, and other meetings as needed.
    • Participates in trainings to enhance skills and deepen knowledge in order to effectively support the work of the Elder Abuse Helpline.
    • Develops an outreach strategy for publicizing the Elder Abuse Helpline’s services.
    • Develops materials for and coordinates outreach for the Elder Abuse Helpline including use of mixed media approaches.
    • Works collaboratively with other NYCEAC staff to assist in provision of trainings about elder abuse to diverse populations that incorporate information about the Elder Abuse Helpline.
    • Represents the program and the needs of concerned persons at professional and public venues, including conferences that may involve travel.
    • Performs other related activities as assigned.



    • Master's Degree



    • Master’s degree in social work, psychology, counseling or other related field.
    • Bilingual (Spanish/English), verbal and written, communication skills are required.
    • LMSW or LCSW preferred.
    • Proven skill in providing counseling services that include addressing trauma, triaging cases and rapid engagement and assessment.
    • Demonstrated experience with public speaking, materials development and conducting Latinx outreach.


    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
    • Ability to work independently and as part of a team within a fast-paced working environment.
    • Excellent interpersonal skills, training and/or teaching skills, superior presentation skills, and exceptional time management and organizational skills.
    • Demonstrated ability to engage in creative problem-solving and think strategically.
    • Working knowledge of computer software including Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, Outlook, Power Point and proficiency in conducting internet research.
    • Willingness to learn other user friendly database software utilized by the program.


    Working Conditions/Physical Demands

    Flexibility to work some evening and weekend hours, which can primarily be done remotely.


    To apply, please visit: https://career4.successfactors.com/sfcareer/jobreqcareerpvt?jobId=44184&company=C0000274692P&st=45E8AEAAAF1EA33BE3BF7BF592CAC9DF6922A558


    Diversity is one of Weill Cornell Medicine’s core values and is essential to achieving excellence in patient care, research, and education. We welcome applications from candidates who share our commitment to fostering a culture of fairness, equity, and belonging. Weill Cornell Medicine is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, providing equal employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, color, age, religion, protected veteran or disability status, or genetic information.


    Posted 1/21/2021

    Information Resource Center Specialist/Manager (Bilingual)


    Why LLS


    How many people can answer the question, "What do you do for a living?" with the answer, "I help find cures for cancer." At LLS, employees take our mission seriously. Whether you work in one of our chapters, are an accountant at the national office or a specialist in our Information Resource Center, you work each day on making our mission a reality: Cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families. Join us and give new meaning to the word, "job."




    The Manager of the Information Resource Center will contribute to the work of a team of Information Specialists and will be responsible for supervising select members of the team, training of new staff, continuous quality improvement efforts, and acts as a backup for the Associate Director and Director. As a member of the team, the Manager will responds to inquiries received from patients and caregivers affected by blood cancer, offers current and accurate disease, treatment and coping information, as well as referrals to financial and psychosocial resources within and outside of LLS. In this position the Manager acts as a liaison, contributing blood cancer expertise to internal projects as well as to outside organizations and partnerships, and speaks to the role of the IRC, both internally and externally.


    How to apply: https://bit.ly/38B4d7J


    Reports to: Director, Information Resource Center

    Supervises: IRC Team Members




    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Supervise Information Specialist(s) and assist in their professional growth and knowledge of blood cancers. Monitor the quality of services provided to constituents by the Information Specialist(s), including calls and written documentation, and provide timely and regular feedback to specialists.
    • Be available for supervision and guidance of Information Specialists when on with a suicidal or mental health crisis call/communication, and communicate the outcome or follow up needs back to the Director.
    • Support the IRC Director/Associate Director in identifying and implementing improvements to IRC processes and protocols, including the caller database and phone system.
    • Using prescribed protocols, give accurate, current information on risks, diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation, follow-up care and medical and community referrals to patients, their caregivers, health professionals and the general public; conduct follow-up calls to patients and caregivers as requested and/or needed to provide further navigation towards access to care or services.
    • Provide blood cancer patients and caregivers referrals to needed financial and psycho-social resources that are available from LLS and other local and national organizations.
    • Schedule and conduct proactive follow-up calls to patients and caregivers as appropriate to provide further navigation that will help them access care and/or services.
    • Complete an electronic record documenting each interaction, specifically capturing the demographics of the individual receiving assistance and delineating all details of each inquiry, including action taken and information/resources provided. Maintain confidentiality at all times.
    • Conduct internet searches to identify specific disease, treatment, and resource information for patients.
    • Provide clinical trial education and assist patients and caregivers in overcoming barriers to accessing clinical trials; refer patients and caregivers to LLS’s Clinical Trial Support Center (CTSC) as appropriate.
    • Keep current on developments and trends related to detection, treatment and research regarding blood cancers by reading peer-reviewed literature, materials from professional organizations, and attending professional symposia/conferences.
    • Provide information and consultation to national and chapter staff on blood cancer diagnoses and treatments as requested.
    • Represent IRC at professional meetings, conferences, advisory boards, and in partnership initiatives and as requested, both by phone and in person.
    • Collaborate on the submission of abstracts to professional organizations for presentations as requested.
    • Work with staff on the National Patient and Professional Education team as requested to develop blood cancer resources for patients and professionals.
    • Act as LLS liaison to external organizations by participating in partnership and funder meetings, attending national conferences, and sitting on advisory groups to communicate the LLS mission and priorities as well as the role of the IRC, and to contribute disease and treatment expertise.
    • Provide disease and treatment information to Education, Services & Health Research staff and support the development of programmatic grants as requested.
    • Perform other related duties as assigned.


    Education and Experience Requirements:

    • Bilingual (Spanish) is a must
    • Masters in Social Work or a Nursing degree (BSN, RN, MSN), or Masters in another related clinical field. Needs to be licensed in discipline.  
    • Five years of previous clinical experience in a health care delivery setting, preferably focused on cancer care delivery, working with patients and their families.
    • At least two years of supervisory or management experience. 
    • Thorough working knowledge of medical terminology.
    • Previous experience in the field of oncology, particularly hematology is preferred


    Physical Demands & Work Environment:

    • Physical demands are minimal and typical of similar jobs in comparable organizations
    • Work environment is representative and typical of similar jobs in comparable organizations
    • If remote; must have reliable internet, especially if position is remote. Minimum download speed 50mbps minimum upload speed 50mbps. Recommended download speed 100mbps recommended upload speed 100mbps


    Posted 1/16/2021

    LCSW Clinician– Full Time Position

    (Social Services)

    Manhattan, NY

    SPOP is a nationally recognized leader in geriatric mental health. SPOP was the first agency in the nation, and is one of a handful remaining, to focus exclusively on the comprehensive mental health needs of older adults. SPOP has an outstanding reputation in the field of geriatrics and mental health and has received numerous national, state and local awards recognizing our excellence and provision of innovative programming. We are now seeking an LCSW-level clinician to join us and help us achieve the agency’s mission of enhancing the quality of life of older adults, fostering their independent living through the delivery of comprehensive mental health and supportive services, advocacy, and education.


    This position focuses on providing individual and group psychotherapy to older adults; at present, all treatment will be provided via telehealth, with the phasing in of service provision at our main site on the Upper West Side and via home visits throughout Manhattan. SPOP offers a supportive clinical environment and expert supervision, as well as a competitive salary and benefits package.

    Requirements: Qualified applicants are required to have an LCSW as well as experience working with a high risk/high need older adult population. Candidates should have strong clinical skills, experience using an electronic health record, and experience facilitating groups. Bilingual Spanish-speaking is preferred.


    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.


    Send resume and cover letter including salary requirements to:


    Teresa Theophano, LCSW

    Senior Vice President for Community Programs



    Posted 1/11/2021

    Research Assistant, Child and Family Development

    Arlington, VA



    James Bell Associates (JBA) is a nationally recognized program evaluation and applied research firm specializing in evaluations of health and social service programs and capacity building technical assistance (TA). JBA’s mission is to improve the lives of children, families, and communities through evaluation. Our projects cross disciplines, with an emphasis on child and family development, child welfare, health care, and tribal evaluation. Clients include federal, state, tribal, and local governments as well as universities, foundations, and nonprofits.


    JBA is currently seeking a Research Assistant to join our Child and Family Development Practice Area to support our research and evaluation projects. We are looking for an individual who is highly organized and detail oriented, can coordinate and support development of written products, and can support various evaluation and technical assistance tasks. We are seeking an individual who is proactive, able to problem solve, a critical thinker, and interested in professional growth.


    The position will be located in our Arlington, VA, office when safety permits given the COVID-19 pandemic, but will be a telecommute position to start. Some travel required when safety permits given the COVID-19 pandemic. JBA offers excellent salaries and benefits including generous insurance coverage and 401(k) matching.


    JBA is deeply committed to the principles of equity and diversity and seeks to create an inclusive workforce. We believe that everyone should have a sense of belonging within our company, and the opportunity to advance and thrive. Diversity and inclusion among our staff is critical to our success, and we seek to recruit and develop people from a diverse candidate pool. We are proud to be an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. While we welcome all candidates, we strongly encourage applications from underrepresented groups.



    • Conduct literature reviews
    • Collect and synthesize data
    • Complete data entry
    • Plan, schedule, and take notes for meetings
    • Coordinate and contribute to the development of reports, memos, TA tools, issue briefs, webinar presentations, and journal manuscripts
    • Engage in business development activities, including responding to requests for proposals (RFPs)
    • Coordinate the workflow of various products and tasks


    Required Qualifications


    • Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in education, child or human development, family studies, sociology, public health, public policy, psychology, social work, or related field with some research experience
    • Strong organizational skills and high level of attention to detail; flexibility to manage multiple priorities, sometimes simultaneously, under deadlines
    • Experience with internet research skills including Google Scholar, EBSCOhost, or other academic search engines
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills
    • Ability to collaborate and build strong working relationships with others, including working effectively as part of a team


    Preferred Qualifications

    • Experience working directly with people from diverse racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic backgrounds
    • Interest in maternal and child health and development
    • Knowledge of research design and methods, both qualitative and quantitative
    • Broad understanding of early childhood field (home visiting, child welfare, children’s mental health, two-generation programs) and policy issues

    Various federal agencies with whom we contract require that staff successfully undergo a background investigation or security clearance as a condition of working on the project. If you are assigned to such a project, you will be required to obtain the requisite security clearance.


    Email cover letter with salary requirements and resume to southern@jbassoc.com


    For more information about James Bell Associates, see www.jbassoc.com.


    Posted 12/29/2020

    Social Worker

    NYC Health + Hospitals/Bellevue

    Job Title: Social Worker

    Location: NYC Health + Hospitals/Bellevue

    Full Time

    Salary: $62,612.00

    Contact: Ms. LaChrisa Wiggins-Osborne. Her email address is wigginsl@nychhc.org


    Job Description


    Examples of Typical Tasks:

    1. Providing timely and complete psychosocial assessments on all cases assigned and planning appropriate interventions.
    2. Providing ongoing support and counseling, family intervention and concrete services.
    3. Providing discharge planning and development of appropriate aftercare programs for each patient. Identifies and develops appropriate short and long term goals for each patient.
    4. Participating as part of multidisciplinary teams in formulating overall treatment and discharge plans.
    5. Working closely with related social and community agencies.

    6. Providing professional and appropriate interventions in crisis or emergency situations.


    Minimum Qualifications

    1. A valid Licensed Master of Social Work (LMSW) license or a Licensed Clinical Social Work (LCSW) license issued by the New York State Education Department.


    Department Preferences

    Bilingual - English and Spanish preferred


    Posted 12/28/2020

    North Brooklyn Coalition Against Family Violence

    Executive Director

    New York, New York


    For nearly twenty-five years, The North Brooklyn Coalition Against Family Violence (the Coalition) has supported survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, challenging the systemic racism, institutional injustices, and cultural barriers survivors face. Founded and led by local Latinx and Black survivors, the Coalition strives to empower all North Brooklyn survivors to direct and lead the movement to end domestic violence and sexual assault in their respective neighborhoods.


    The Coalition provides comprehensive, trauma-informed, community-based services to help people reclaim their lives. The organization provides those who seek help with access to a community-based network, and therapeutic, legal, and other supportive services. In addition, the Coalition engages the wider local community through outreach, education, advocacy, and activism.

    Despite its name, the Coalition is an independent, nonprofit organization. Currently serving the Williamsburg, Bushwick, Bedford Stuyvesant, and Greenpoint communities, the Coalition was launched in 1996 by North Brooklyn resident Evelyn Cardona as a grassroots effort to empower domestic and sexual violence survivors to advocate for themselves and others. The name derives from the assistance Cardona received from six community-based organizations – Los Sures, St. Nicholas, El Regreso, Brooklyn Legal Services Corporation A, Nuestros Niños, and Ridgewood Bushwick – to found the Coalition as one of the only organizations serving people facing domestic violence and sexual assault in the area.


    Today, these founding partners still refer participants of the various housing, social services, legal services, and employment programs in the vicinity in need of the Coalition’s services, and members of their leadership teams sit on the Coalition’s Board of Directors.


    Services provided by the Coalition are both holistic and trauma-informed, allowing survivors to determine their own course of action and reaffirm a sense of autonomy that may have been lost due to the dynamics of domestic violence. Among other services, trained advocates provide immediate on-call support to survivors of sexual assault in the emergency department at partnering NYCHH Woodhull Hospital, the Coalition’s legal practice provides direct representation and consultative services for cases pending in Kings County courts, and the Coalition provides training for survivors who want to publicly advocate for survivor-rights, and encourages them to directly participate in outreach efforts with the Coalition team.

    Over the past five years, the Coalition has expanded fourfold, growing their budget to just over $1 million. The Coalition has added a legal services function and are now meeting the various needs of more than 400 survivors annually.



    The Coalition seeks an Executive Director to serve as the public face of the organization, galvanize advocacy efforts, and lead them through its next stage of growth. Reporting to, working closely with, and helping to lead the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will drive efforts to define strategic priorities and will have ultimate responsibility for the articulation and implementation of the Coalition’s vision and mission.

    In addition, the Executive Director will be a vocal and active advocate for survivors, representing the organization and promoting its mission within community and throughout the city and state.

    The Executive Director will oversee and lead all operations, including supervision of the Coalition’s administration team, oversight of the Coalition’s finances, advancement of resource development, and program innovation, development, and implementation.

    As the professional leader, this person will foster a welcoming and safe work environment for all, and ensure that the Coalition’s services are both inclusive and hold systems accountable for the cultural, racial, and other prejudicial barriers survivors face when seeking safety and justice.




    Leadership and Strategic Planning:

    • Provide strategic vision for the Coalition in service of its mission and lead the organization into its next phase of development, growth, and impact
    • Serve as both the internal and external leader of the Coalition
    • Serve as a guide, and promote board engagement in strategic planning, resource development, and overall organizational wellness; keep the board informed of all matters relating to the organization
    • Collaborate with the board, senior leadership, and staff to create and implement mission-aligned strategic, organizational, and financial plans; ensure the entire organization is moving toward those collective goals
    • Oversee and guide Directors in the design and implementation of new programs in service of the mission; grow existing programs to serve more survivors
    • Ensure delivery of high-quality services while managing for current and future growth
    • Keep apprised of developments and trends in North Brooklyn that affect survivors and ensure Coalition offerings meet the changing or growing needs of the community

    External Relations and Resource Development:

    • Serve as an ambassador for the organization with elected local, city and state officials, coalitions, and networks, raising the public visibility of the Coalition and its mission to attract exceptional talent, potential donors, and more survivors in need
    • Develop and coordinate public relations and media efforts that include coalition building and organizational collaboration with other community organizations, businesses, and governmental partners
    • Lead and cultivate fundraising efforts including the writing of grant applications; develop new funding sources and deepen connections with current donors
    • Engage and support the board in raising funds
    • Advocate with NYC and state officials and agencies to positively influence policies and maintain or grow budgetary appropriations that impact survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in North Brooklyn

    Management and Operations:

    • Provide inspirational leadership, direction, and supervision to the Deputy Director, Director of Clinical Services, Director of Legal Services, and staff, including personal development & growth plans
    • Establish clear lines of communication and reporting, ensuring the continued development and management of a professional and efficient organization
    • Direct operations including budgeting, accounting, financial planning and management, and oversee grant reporting and compliance
    • Implement systems and processes that facilitate client tracking, data collection, and promote consistency throughout the organization
    • Administer the Coalition’s human capital strategy and HR protocol including compensation, benefits, and bonus policies and guidelines, and oversee HR consultant


    • At least five years of progressive management experience and leadership, preferably in an organization committed to social justice, community organizing, violence prevention or survivor empowerment
    • Demonstrated ability to develop and deliver measurable results on organizational and programmatic goals; strong skills in fiscal management, administration, and program management
    • A financially savvy and politically astute leader with the ability to set clear priorities, delegate, and guide investment in people and systems
    • Sensitivity to the impact of domestic and sexual violence in diverse and marginalized communities; dedication to using a social justice, anti-oppression framework to carry out work
    • Outstanding presentation and communication skills and the experience and proclivity to be an outgoing spokesperson, relationship builder, advocate, and fundraiser
    • Knowledge of fundraising opportunities in both the public and private sector; experience writing successful grants
    • Computer and web proficiency; experience with database management software preferred
    • Bachelor’s degree required; graduate degree strongly preferred




    This position description is based upon material provided by the North Brooklyn Coalition Against Family Violence, an equal opportunity employer





    Debra Katz, Search Specialist

    Lori Clement, Senior Talent Consultant



    To apply to this position please visit www.DRGsearch.com


    Posted 12/28/2020

    Lead Trauma Therapist


    Urbana, Illinois

    The Rape Advocacy, Counseling & Education Services (RACES), a non-profit social service agency located in Urbana, Illinois, seeks a full-time Lead Trauma Therapist to join our team of committed and passionate staff who provide counseling in a trauma-informed environment. The successful candidate will supervise four full-time clinical therapists and conduct trauma therapy sessions with approximately 18 clients who have experienced sexual violence.


    The Lead Therapist position requires excellent verbal and written communication skills, the ability to work with diverse populations, and team-focused orientation. A master’s degree or higher is required. The candidate must possess an LCSW upon job acceptance.


    Supervisory experience of one year or more is strongly preferred. At least three years of full-time experience working as a clinical therapist is required. In addition, experience working with marginalized communities is a plus. Salary commensurate with experience and licensure. Minimum salary is $44,000 for a 37.5 hour workweek. Due to the current pandemic conditions, the Lead Therapist will temporarily work from home until such time that conditions allow for a return to our on-site offices.


    RACES is strongly committed to our staff’s well-being by capping caseloads, supporting self-care, and offering opportunities for professional development and growth. We also offer a competitive benefits package which includes low-deductible healthcare insurance and generous retirement contributions. In addition, RACES is a qualified employer for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program.


    Please send a cover letter, resume, and three professional references to jobs@cu-races.org by no later than Friday, December 18, 2020.


    RACES is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) employer. Individuals of all ethnicities/races, genders, sexual orientations, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.


    Urbana, Illinois is a city, population—42,000. It is also a sister city of Champaign, Illinois, population of 88,000. RACES is located in close proximity to the University of Illinois—Urbana-Champaign, an R-1 Carnegie Classified university.


    Posted 12/14/2020


    Care Managers

    Bergen County, New Jersey

    About Us -


    Bergen's Promise was founded in 2002 to provide exceptional care management services in order to meet our Mission of "Healthy Families, Safe at Home."

    The Wraparound Model of Care is an individualized planning process for care management that leverages the Child and Family Team, building on a family's and community's unique strengths, values and resources.


    The key to successful wraparound is a team of family and community members guided by an experienced care manager who works to formulate the ideal array of local services & activities to benefit a child's growth and foster future success.


    The Challenge -

    • Ensure the execution of the organization's mission - Healthy Families, Safe at Home - by promoting a culture of exceptional service, strong and coordinated community partnerships and strength through accountability.
    • Recruit and retain high-performing Care Managers.
    • Professionally develop and provide administrative and clinical case oversight to a team of six Care Managers.
    • Accountable for the Care Manager deliverables, which include assessments, development of individualized plans of care, linkages and referrals to services, and monitoring for quality service provision.

    The Skill Set -

    • Master's Degree in Social Work, Counseling or related field.
    • Current and Valid New Jersey license is a state requirement: LSW, LCSW, LPC, LMFT or LMHC required - candidates who do not possess a New Jersey license will not be considered.
    • Experience with individuals (preferably children) with substance use disorders, and/or intellectual and developmental disabilities a plus.
    • Minimum one-year experience providing supervision to a team of direct reports.
    • Basic computer proficiency.
    • Exemplary time management and organization skills.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
    • Culturally Competent.
    • Valid Driver's license required.

    Apply Here: https://www.click2apply.net/z1WjZ1HEYBwPC4dOsbogo



    Posted 12/2/2020


    County of San Mateo

    Human Services Agency

    The County of San Mateo Human Services Agency currently has the following opportunities available:


    Children's Services Social Work Supervisor - E


    Final Filing Deadline: November 23, 2020


    Seeking a well-qualified individual for the position of Children's Services Social Work Supervisor in the Children and Family Services Branch. The Children's Services Social Work Supervisor plans, assigns, reviews, and evaluates the work of a unit of Social Workers and provides direction to subordinate staff. There are currently two vacancies for unit assignment. Children and Family Services unit assignments may include, but are not limited to: After Hours, Weekend, Intake/Screening, Emergency Response, Court Investigations, Court Officers, Family Maintenance & Reunification, Permanent Placement, AB12, Independent Living Program (ILP), Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC), Resource Family Approval, Adoptions, and and/or Training.

    Duties include, but are not limited to, the following:

    • Review case service plans and court reports.
    • Coordinate the workload of the unit with other departmental units providing related services.
    • Training staff employee performance, counseling employees and effectively recommending initial corrective action and other personnel decisions.
    • Organizing and facilitating conferences with staff to discuss policies, regulations and problems related to social welfare programs.
    • Consulting with and providing information to other public and private agencies.
    • Training new workers in casework techniques.
    • Providing services for the most difficult cases or when unit workload is heavy.
    • Attending and participating in policy teams and other Agency meetings.
    • Other duties as assigned.

    Children and Family Services operates on a 24/7 schedule. Some assignments are required to work nights, weekends, and holidays. Additionally, this position is subject to on-call shifts. Some shifts may include an 8% differential rate according to the AFSME MOU (link).

    The ideal candidate will have:

    • 3 years of experience performing a full range of professional Social Worker duties as a Social Worker III.
    • Strong leadership skills to direct the work of and motivate a team of social workers.
    • Knowledge and experience with the mandates of a child protection services agency, including safety and risk assessment, Emergency Response, Court Investigations, Family Maintenance, Family Reunification, Permanent Placement, Adoption, Resource Family Approval, and Extended Foster Care.
    • Knowledge of Section 300 of the Welfare and Institutions Code and Juvenile Court Procedures; strong knowledge of CWS/CMS, Safe Measures and SDM.
    • Ability to manage multiple, competing project demands.

    California class C driver license or equivalent.

    Completion of a Master's degree in Social Work from an accredited college or university that includes an internship.

    Substitution: A Master's degree from an accredited college or university in a Counseling program emphasizing Marriage, Family and Child Counseling or Marriage and Family Therapy that included an internship or supervised field work, AND completion of one (1) additional year of qualifying case management/work experience that included responsibility for a long term caseload, development of service/treatment plans; monitoring compliance through home calls, field calls and other personal contact; modification of treatment plans as needed/required; and authority to impose/recommend sanctions for non-compliance, impacting benefits or services (i.e. case closures, terminate benefits and or program participation).

    Two years of experience performing a full range of professional social worker duties that included responsibility for a long term caseload, development of service/treatment plans, monitoring compliance through home/field calls and other personal contact, modification of treatment plans as needed/required, and authority to impose/recommend sanctions for non-compliance, impacting benefits or services.


    To learn more about the position and to apply online, please visit our website at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sanmateo/jobs/2874858/childrens-services-social-work-supervisor-e-open-and-promotional. Applications are only accepted online. Responses to the supplemental questions must be submitted in addition to our regular employment application.



    Child Welfare Psychiatric Social Worker II

    - Spanish Speaking Preferred



    Final Filing Deadline: Open until Filled

    The Children and Family Services Branch is seeking well-qualified and motivated individuals for the position of Psychiatric Social Worker (PSW). Under general supervision, PSWs provide therapeutic counseling and support services to children and families connected to the child welfare system and individual and group therapeutic counseling and case management services to clients having basic and/or severe emotional, family, and/or social adjustment problems.

    Current vacancies include:

    • 2 vacancies in the Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths/Child Family Team (CANS/CFT) assignment
    • 1 vacancy in the Foster Family Agency (FFA) assignment

    The CANS/CFT PSW completes or assists in gathering information for the State required Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths (CANS) assessment for children and families involved in the child welfare system. This position works collaboratively with the CFS social worker and BHRS clinician to create a client-focused clinical needs and services plan. This role is also responsible for facilitating the Child and Family Team meetings to ensure that clients are actively involved in every aspect of their child welfare case, mental health treatment and service planning. In addition, this position may also provide short-term mental health and case management services to clients in the child welfare system.

    The FFA PSW is responsible for coordinating and monitoring the mental health services for the children in the FFA therapeutic program; coordinating, facilitating, and creating the individual needs and services plans for the youth; providing therapeutic support services to the youth and resource parent; and developing and coordinating the monthly foster parent trainings. The FFA PSW also assists with the recruitment, admission, and retention of SMC FFA resource homes referred to the program.

    CFS operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Services are based on client need and availability. Staff may be required to work evenings, weekends and holidays.

    The ideal candidate will possess:

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



    • PSW II - current California license as a Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)


    • MFT II - current California license as a Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT).

    A typical way to qualify is a Master's degree in Social Work, Social Welfare, or a closely related field.

    To learn more about the position and to apply online, please visit our website at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sanmateo/jobs/2716262/child-welfare-psychiatric-social-worker-ii-spanish-speaking-preferred-open. Applications are only accepted online. Responses to the supplemental questions must be submitted in addition to our regular employment application. EOE


    Posted 11/19/2020

    Social Worker

    Philadelphia Region, PA

    Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Philadelphia Region -- the world's first Ronald McDonald House – supports families of seriously ill children by creating a community of comfort and hope. Our programs include two Ronald McDonald Houses in West and North Philadelphia, three Ronald McDonald Family Rooms at local hospitals, Ronald McDonald Camp and a Ronald McDonald Care Mobile, operated in partnership with St. Christopher’s Foundation for Children.

    Thanks to the generosity of dedicated donors, the Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House has grown from a single idea to the model for over 365 Houses worldwide.


    Social Worker


    About the Position

    The primary function of the Social Worker is to provide comprehensive supportive services to families staying at the Philadelphia Ronald McDonald Houses. The Social Worker will work collaboratively with the social work team and hospital staff to best support families during their stay and connect families to resources and organizations that provide assistance and address family need. Bilingual Ability - English/ Spanish strongly preferred.


    Essential Duties:

    • Deliver essential support to families staying at the House:
    • Offer ongoing practical and emotional support to guest families
    • Create a supportive and culturally competent environment to the diverse families, children, staff and volunteers at PRMH
    • Provide effective case management utilizing appropriate intervention strategies to meet the family’s emergent needs
    • Engage in professional collaboration with hospital personnel for medical updates and to assess the family’s short and long term needs
    • Conduct Family Welcome Meetings and ongoing meetings for support delivery
    • Work cooperatively with families to ensure they understand and are abiding by House rules and policies to ensure a successful stay
    • Develop and facilitate parent support groups, programs and activities
    • Work in Family Services, Operations and House Management department to ensure the smooth delivery of services to the family
    • Participate in team and staff meetings
    • Complete all documentation, reports and projects in a timely, accurate and organized manner
    • Provide backup for Family Services Department and House Manager when needed


    • MSW/LSW
    • 3 -5 years of experience, preferably in providing social services to families with medical or developmental needs
    • Bilingual ability - English/Spanish strongly preferred


    • Demonstrate competence in providing social work services, including parent and children’s support groups and activities
    • Experience working with a multi-disciplinary team
    • Ability to communicate well and work effectively with persons of diverse backgrounds
    • Possess excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Well-developed problem solving and conflict resolution skills
    • Maintain strong professional boundaries when working with families in crisis
    • Adhere to the NASW Code of Ethics
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Office - Outlook, Word


    Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and a detailed resume via email to Sharon Brown, Director of People & Culture at hr@philarmh.org.


    Posted 11/19/2020



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