Monterey Count, CA

    Central New York Psychiatric Center (CNYPC)

    is currently seeking Licensed Master

    Social Workers

    Located in Marcy, New York

    and Satellite Units across the State of New York

    Wraparound Services

    Job Opportunities

    Oakland Schools

    Waterford, MI

    University of Illinois Chicago

    Jane Addams College of Social Work


    Multiple Faculty Positions

    Chicago, Illinois



    Spanish Speaking Preferred

    County of San Mateo, CA

    Samaritan Health Services

    has an opportunity for a LCSW (Pediatrics)

    Lebanon, Oregon

    Assistant Director of Community Programs

    - Full Time Position

    New York City, NY

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    Assistant Director of Community Programs

    - Full Time Position

    New York City, NY

    SPOP is a nationally recognized leader in geriatric mental health. SPOP was the first agency in the nation to focus exclusively on the comprehensive mental health needs of older adults and has received numerous national, state and local awards recognizing our excellence and provision of innovative programming. We are now seeking an LCSW level assistant director 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 significant clinical and administrative support to SPOP’s satellite site programming, supervising clinical staff, and liaising with both referral partners and with the NYC Department for the Aging (DFTA) staff.


    SPOP offers a supportive clinical environment and expert supervision, as well as a starting salary in the low 70’s and a comprehensive benefits package.


    Requirements: Qualified applicants are required to have current clinical social work licensure (LCSW) as well as 3-5 years supervisory experience in a behavioral health care or NYC-based aging services setting. Candidates should demonstrate expertise in using an electronic health record and excellent collaborative skills across disciplines.


    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 to: Teresa Theophano, LCSW Senior Vice President for Community Programs ttheophano@spop.org


    Posted 12/7/21


    New York City, New York

    Touro College invites nominations and applications for the position of Dean of the Graduate School of Social Work (GSSW) effective July 1, 2022. Touro College seeks a Dean for its Graduate School of Social Work who will provide strategic, transformational leadership and vision and who will play a key role in designing and implementing a framework to continue to enhance the intellectual, academic and economic success of the School, while promoting the educational, research and service missions and the community service activities of Touro College, including its Judaic heritage.


    The Graduate School of Social Work prepares students to advocate effectively for the most underserved in society. With campuses in Manhattan and Brooklyn, the Touro GSSW has 14 full-time faculty and 300 students. The MSW program’s educational purpose is to prepare self-reflective and autonomous professionals who can meet the complex needs of New York City’s diverse populations. By providing students with a social work education that offers a theoretical and evidence-based foundation in generalist social work, as well as advanced knowledge and skills for effective clinical social work, GSSW seeks to increase the number of culturally competent clinical social workers to serve this rapidly-increasing population in metropolitan New York


    The Dean of the Graduate School of Social Work reports to the Vice President of the Division of Graduate Studies and works in collaboration with the College faculty, Touro administration, and external community partners-including educators, business leaders, legislators, and benefactors-to set the strategic priorities for the School. The position requires experience with the complex issues affecting social work education in our nation today, and a record of innovative outreach and pursuit of new programmatic opportunities.




    Touro College is being assisted in this search by Academic Search, Inc. Applications should consist of a substantive cover letter addressing the qualifications and expectations listed above, curriculum vitae, and a list of five professional references with full contact information and a note indicating the nature of your working relationship with each. References will not be contacted without the explicit permission of the candidate. Applications, nominations, and expressions of interest can be submitted electronically, and in confidence, to: TouroDeanGSSW@academicsearch.org.


    Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis as received and may be considered until an appointment is made. Applications received after January 24, 2022, cannot be assured full consideration. Confidential discussions about this opportunity may be arranged by contacting one of the senior consultants for this search, either Bill Howard at Bill.Howard@academicsearch.org or Kate Haley at Katherine.Haley@academicsearch.org.


    Touro College and University System provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and is committed to ensuring a productive and non­discriminatory work environment in compliance with the Higher Education Act and Amendments, the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Violence Against Women Act ("VAWA"), the New York State Education Law, New York Human Rights Law and other applicable laws. It is the policy of the Touro College and University System to prohibit unlawful discrimination in employment on the basis of race, religion, sex, color, national or ethnic origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender, pregnancy, veteran status, or any other status protected by federal, state or local laws.


    Posted 12/7/2021


    Children & Family Services

    San Rafael, CA

    $8,911 - $10,772 / Month


    At the County of Marin, our employees overwhelmingly report feeling their work is meaningful, they like the work they do, and they are proud to tell people "I work for the County of Marin." Discover more about us, our values and our organizational culture here.


    At Health & Human Services, we serve our community through the values of support, unity, trust and excellence with one common goal: to promote and protect the health, well-being, safety and self-sufficiency of all in Marin. Join our team of bright, committed, and energetic people who also want to make an impact through public service.


    The Program Manager in Marin County Children and Family Services is an integral member of the management team and shares responsibility for the day-to-day oversight of all child welfare operations. The Program Manager oversees a team of supervisors who are each responsible for a unit of Child Welfare Workers or support staff who provide a range of child welfare services, including intake and assessment, child abuse investigations, services to families with children in their homes and families whose children are in foster care, as well as resource family approval and adoptions. The Program Manager also contributes to the development and implementation of new mandates as well as promising practices through the oversight of the policy, staff development, and administrative functions as well as overseeing community based programs and contracts that support the families and children served by Marin County Children & Family Services. The Program Manager reports directly to the Social Services Division Director.


    The ideal candidate has the ability to lead and provide positive coaching development to a team doing vital work to protect children and help families facing a variety of complex issues. The ideal candidate must be able to interpret laws and regulations and convey the importance of the work done by the agency to both internal and external stakeholders. Since this is a relatively small child welfare agency, this person must welcome the collaborative nature of the work done in the office and be able to handle many different types of tasks while giving leadership to those they manage. This person must have an excellent ability to build and maintain strong working relationships with a wide variety of stakeholders, including other county agencies, resource families, law enforcement, the courts, schools, and community service organizations serving at risk families.


    We recognize your time is valuable, so please do not apply if you do not have at least the following required Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of education and experience that would provide the knowledge and skills listed. Typically, a Bachelor's Degree in Sociology, Psychology, Social Work, Social Welfare, Counseling, or a closely related field and three years of experience appropriate to the assignment, including one year of supervisory experience.


    For more detailed information about this classification, including the minimum qualifications, please click here: Social Services Program Manager class specification.


    Filing Deadline: This recruitment will close on Thursday, December 16, 2021, at 4:00 PM PST. Resumes are not accepted in lieu of County application and supplemental application form. Apply online here or at: www.marincounty.org/jobs. For any questions, please contact the Marin County HR Dept at jobs@marincounty.org or call (415) 473-2126. EEO/TTY


    Posted 12/1/21

    Patient & Community Outreach Manager


    Job ID


    # of Openings 1


    Mission Operations & Research

    FLSA Status



    Full Time Regular


    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 Patient & Community Outreach Manager is to implement strategies in support of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s goals including: conduct outreach to connect more patients with LLS, as soon after diagnosis as possible; provide ongoing support, education, and access to quality care; and build healthcare provider and community relationships to increase referrals of blood cancer patients and caregivers to LLS, with an emphasis on underserved populations. The Patient & Community Outreach Manager will provide or coordinate information, services, community education, and outreach to patients and their caregivers, survivors, and healthcare professionals in their coverage areas. This role will serve as a key mission "expert" for the region for which he or she is responsible.


    Additional Position Information


    As a valued member of LLS, you are eligible for a comprehensive benefits package. Our offerings include medical, dental, and vision insurance; life insurance; flexible spending accounts; a 403b retirement plan along with generous paid time off. In addition, we observe federal paid holidays throughout the year, and offer a wellness program and an employee assistance program.



    • Create and maintain deep engagement with patients throughout their cancer journey – from diagnosis through survivorship – by providing ongoing support, education and access to quality care;
    • Promote LLS Information Resource Center (IRC) Information Specialists as an essential point of initial patient/caregiver contact, inside and outside of LLS, for disease, treatment and support information. Foster shared constituent relationship management responsibility for handling IRC patient referrals and related follow-up;
    • Develop and support a strong patient and community outreach volunteer structure to help implement patient and community outreach strategies; identify volunteer opportunities to better reach underserved communities (including but not limited to racial/ethnic minority communities, rural communities, and young adults) through provider and community outreach;
    • Create collaborations with community-based organizations, especially those serving underserved populations throughout the region;
    • Build committees comprised of local oncology professionals and key stakeholders to build relationships with LLS chapters and to assist with patient outreach and events.
    • Implement an effective, timely and ongoing communication strategy to ensure relevant information about patient and community outreach strategies and goals are delivered to internal and external stakeholders;
    • Conduct in-person and virtual community-based patient education programs in select markets, including underserved areas;    
    • Partner with LLS campaign and advancement staff to provide information about the LLS mission to internal and external stakeholders, including staff, potential volunteers, donors and funders;
    • Engage patients, caregivers, and health care professionals to volunteer for campaign, advancement, and mission-related activities;
    • Partner with LLS policy advocacy staff to identify advocates and patient stories and maintain engagement in policy initiatives.
    • Collaborate and partner with internal stakeholders including Executive Directors, Patient & Community Outreach Managers, Campaign, Region and Home Office staff to ensure joint planning, mutually beneficial support, and effective advancement toward LLS’s overarching goals and strategies;
    • Ongoing management of budgeted resources;
    • Ongoing assessment of the need in access, services, and education for patients and providers in the region area;
    • Timely compliance with all reporting requirements;
    • Maintain a working knowledge of the LLS mission and programs to promote the field and campaign initiatives;
    • Perform other related duties as assigned.



    Education & Experience Requirements:

    • BA or BS; advanced degree or equivalent experience a plus 
    • Fluency in Spanish required
    • 4 - 5 years of progressively responsible related experience
    • Healthcare educational background preferred


    Position Requirements:

    • Experience and skills in relationship and community network building, volunteer development and health education programming
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills; must be able to articulate the LLS Mission (Research, Patient & Professional Programs, Advocacy/Policy) to a wide audience 
    • Strong cultural competency and regular practice of cultural humility
    • Experience in outreach to and collaboration with Latinx communities (and other diverse communities) required
    • Experience with relationship management in healthcare
    • Ability to leverage relationships
    • Strong healthcare knowledge base with oncology experience preferred
    • Strong problem-solving, priority-setting and project management skills
    • Ability to work independently, thrive under pressure and perform multiple tasks
    • Fundraising experience a plus
    • Experience working in a matrix environment a plus
    • Strong computer skills required


    Physical Demands & Work Environment:

    • Must reside within the region area(s) he or she manages
    • Position may require 25% to 50% travel; night and weekend work may be required
    • Physical demands are minimal and typical of similar jobs in comparable organizations
    • Work environment is representative and typical of similar jobs in comparable organizations



    The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees, and are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties, and skills required of employees. Furthermore, they do not establish a contract for employment and are subject to change at the discretion of the Company. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Candidates must be legally authorized to work in the US and LLS does not provide immigration sponsorship. LLS provides equal opportunities to all employees and applicants, and it complies with all applicable laws which prohibit discrimination and harassment in the workplace. Discrimination or harassment based on sex, gender, gender identity and expression (including transgender status), pregnancy, sexual orientation, age, race, color, creed, national origin/ancestry, citizenship, religion, genetic predisposition or information, physical or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law is prohibited.


    Posted 12/1/21

    LCSW Clinician– Full Time Position

    (Social Services)

    New York City, New York

    LCSW Clinician– Full time position (Social Services) Service Program for Older People (SPOP) is a nationally recognized leader in geriatric mental health. SPOP was the first agency in the nation 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 seeking an LCSW-level clinician to provide individual and group psychotherapy to older adults. Services are currently offered in a hybrid combination of telehealth and on site.




    • Qualified applicants must have an LCSW-or be within one year of eligibility to sit for the New York State LCSW exam- as well as experience working with older adults.

    • Candidates should have strong clinical skills, experience using an electronic health record, and experience facilitating groups.

    • As per NYC Department of Health Mandate, all employees must be fully vaccinated.

    • Out of state candidates that are currently unable to commute to New York City for a portion of job duties must be willing to relocate to commuting distance within six months of date of hire.


    Compensation: mid 60ks with a comprehensive benefits package. Additional Compensation: Bilingual Spanish, or Cantonese/Mandarin speaking candidates will be considered for a hiring bonus, paid upon successful completion of probationary period.


    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: Geordana Weber, LCSW Senior Vice President for Clinical Services Service Program for Older People, Inc (SPOP) gweber@spop.org


    Posted 11/30/21

    Samaritan Health Services

    has an opportunity for a LCSW (Pediatrics)

    Lebanon, Oregon

    Samaritan Health Services is seeking a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, or Psychologist to join our Samaritan Lebanon Health Center-Pediatric providers serving children and adolescents in Lebanon, Oregon.


    Our award-winning health system provides exceptional primary care and a range of specialty services throughout the mid-Willamette Valley and Central Oregon coast. The network serves approximately 300,000 residents in Linn, Benton, Lincoln and portions of Polk and Marion counties. Our skilled providers have a passion for building healthier communities through world-class, compassionate health care.

    Job Specifics

    • Provide individual, group and family counseling and education including; assessment/diagnosis, appropriate brief/time-sensitive treatment, client-related written reports
    • Coordinates care with other clinicians and agencies as needed
    • Coordinates referral processes as needed
    • 4 days/week (10 hours/day, Monday-Thursday) or 5 days/week (8 hours/Monday-Friday)
    • No Call
    • On average 10 patients per day
    • Work alongside three physicians in the group 

    Job Requirements

    • Currently licensed/license eligible in Oregon in psychology, social work, or other appropriate clinical therapy and must meet credentialing standards
    • Experience with evidence based, short term psychotherapy modalities
    • Knowledge of ethical standards and Oregon state law pertaining to the practice of therapy for the specific license held
    • Multicultural awareness and skills in a clinical setting
    • Effective written and verbal communication skills

    Preferred Qualifications

    • Experience in a multi-disciplinary setting including medical and mental health services
    • Teaching/instruction/outreach preferred
    • Knowledge/experience with electronic medical records and HIPAA
    • Group therapy experience
    • Ability to do therapy in Spanish preferred

    We offer an attractive salary plus incentives, relocation assistance, paid malpractice, CME allowance, Electronic Medical Record (EPIC) and a competitive benefit package.


    Location Details

    Known as “the town that friendliness built,” Lebanon lives up to its reputation with a year-round slate of community activities and recreational opportunities. From the Independence Day Star Spangled Celebration and the Strawberry Festival in the summer to the annual tree lighting ceremony at Ralston Park in December, there’s always something in Lebanon for family and friends to do.

    A short drive to the east, the Cascade Mountains provide a recreation playground for campers, hikers, mountain climbers, skiers, photographers, naturalists and fishing enthusiasts.


    With a population of 15,000 and growing, Lebanon retains a cozy small-town feel while offering plenty of chance to get out and enjoy life.


    For more information please contact Veronica McShane, vmcshane@samhealth.org or apply online at www.samhealth.org/docjobs


    Posted 11/22/21



    Spanish Speaking Preferred

    County of San Mateo, CA


    $7,696-$9,622 / Month


    The County of San Mateo's Human Services Agency, Children and Family Services branch, is seeking well-qualified and motivated individuals for the position of Mental Health Therapist/Clinical Social Worker. CFS operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Services are based on client need and availability, and may be required to work evenings, weekends, and holidays.


    Under general supervision, Mental Health Therapists/Clinical Social Workers provide therapeutic counseling and support services to children and families connected to the child welfare system, individual and group therapeutic counseling, and case management services to clients having basic and/or severe emotional, family, and/or social adjustment problems. There are currently several Mental Health Therapist/Clinical Social Worker vacancies in Children and Family Services under the Clinical Services Program in the following role:


    • Clinician – provides direct clinical services to parents and youth involved in the child welfare system. These services include completing the State required Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths (CANS) assessment for children and their parents/guardians. The CANS results guide the services recommended for families, including the appropriate parenting program and other services depending on their needs. This position works collaboratively with the CFS Social Worker and Behavioral Health and Recovery Services (BHRS) Clinician to create a client-focused clinical needs and services plan. The PSW also provides Therapeutic Visitation Services utilizing the Triple P–Positive Parenting Program in order to prepare parents for eventual reunification. PSWs also provide In-Home Counseling Services to improve family functioning and prevent out of home placement. PSWs may be required to provide coordination of the Pathways-to-Wellbeing program which ensures all children and families in the child welfare system are connected to timely and effective mental health services.


    The ideal candidate will possess:

    • Experience delivering behavioral health services to children exhibiting challenging behaviors due to trauma.
    • Effective clinical treatment, assessment, diagnostic, and evaluation skills working with youth and families.
    • 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-sensitive and prioritize the child and family's participation and perspectives. 
    • Experience establishing and maintaining effective work relationships.
    • Effective oral and written communication skills.



    • Psychiatric Social Worker I: Registration with the Board of Behavioral Sciences as an Associate Clinical Social Worker or Associate Marriage and Family Therapist. An individual hired in this classification must become licensed within three years from the date of employment as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker or Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist issued by the State of California within three years of appointment.
    • Psychiatric Social Worker II: Current California license as a Clinical Social Worker or Marriage and Family Therapist.


    Education and Experience: Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to qualify is a Master's degree in Social Work, Social Welfare, or a closely related field.


    FINAL FILING DATE: Continuous


    To learn more about the position and to apply online, please visit our website at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sanmateo/jobs/2716262/mental-health-therapist-clinical-social-worker-spanish-speaking-preferred-open. Applications are only accepted online. Responses to the supplemental questions must be submitted in addition to our regular employment application form. A resume will not be accepted as a substitute for the required employment application and supplemental questionnaire. EOE


    Posted 11/19/21

    Outpatient Therapist

    FLSA Status: Exempt

    Reports to: Director of Process and Development

    for Mental Health

    Berwyn, Illinois



    Provides outpatient mental health assessment and treatment services to a caseload of clients via telehealth or in-person at the office, in the community, and/or in local schools depending on the needs of the clients.




    1. Provides individual, family, or group therapy to a caseload of clients as determined by program needs.
    2. Completes mental health assessments in order to formulate an accurate diagnosis and comprehensive treatment interventions to serve the identified client and family.
    3. Determines frequency, duration and intensity of treatment, and develops treatment plans.
    4. Assesses and stabilizes high risk individuals and/or families. 
    5. Works in collaboration with other agency programs and staff.
    6. Coordinates with other community agencies and organizations such as DCFS, schools, hospitals, other providers in the community.
    7. Provides case management services as defined in the service plan that coordinate, support, and advocate for clients who need multiple services and require assistance in gaining access to and in using mental health, social, vocational, educational, child welfare, and other community services and resources.
    8. Responds to clients and/or family needs outside of regularly scheduled session times. 
    9. Monitors and supports services provided by psychiatrist.
    10. Maintains records in accordance with agency policies and complete required outcomes protocols while meeting established productivity standards. 
    11. Participates in agency meetings and in-services.
    12. Other duties as assigned. 



    To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable an individual with a disability to perform the essential duties and responsibilities.



    Master’s degree in Counseling, Psychology, Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy or related degree. Experience working with mentally ill children, adolescents and adults required. Training in and experience with a variety of evidence-based treatment models required. Ability to work as part of a team and collaborate with consumers, referral sources, and other community providers is essential.



    Must maintain a safe driving record and have current valid Illinois Driver’s License and vehicle. Personal vehicle needed for transportation to/from community and home-based interventions. Mileage for authorized work-related purposes is reimbursable.


    Posted 11/15/2021

    Recruiting for NY FarmNet Family Consultants

    Cornell University

    Oneonta and Norwich, New York

    Cornell University embraces diversity and seeks candidates who will contribute to a climate that supports students, faculty and staff of all identities and backgrounds. We strongly encourage individuals from underrepresented and/or marginalized identities to apply.


    Cornell requires that all faculty and staff members, regardless of their work location, disclose their vaccination status, and provide proof of vaccination if vaccinated, immediately upon hire.


    Job Description Summary:

    The New York FarmNet program with the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, is actively recruiting for NY FarmNet Family Consultants in Oneonta and Norwich, New York.


    New York FarmNet supports farm families and agricultural businesses by providing financial and personal consulting to improve the farm business and family communications.


    Under the direct supervision of NY FarmNet staff, family consultants provide initial assessments to clients requesting support to assist in identifying problems within a farm family or agricultural business. Consultants also identify and prioritize solutions based on needs and assist clients with developing and enacting an “Action Plan.” Consultants may also connect farm families with local agencies that can provide alternative solutions and decisions with challenging situations.

    * This is a part time, non-benefits eligible, fixed term position with the possibility of renewal. Flexible scheduling is available for this position.Travel time is paid as well as being reimbursed at the IRS mileage rate.

    Visa sponsorship and relocation assistance are not provided for this position.

    Key responsibilities include:

    • Maintaining records of services provided to farm families
    • Seek out and participate in professional development opportunities approved by NY FarmNet.
    • Will be required to participate in three required in service training sessions per year
    • Must be willing to partake in offered opportunities to provide program outreach - such as hosting a booth at a farm show, making a brief program presentation at a local agency or business, or collaborating with agri-service providers on making a workshop presentation.


    • An MSW, LCSW, Master’s in counseling, or equivalent degree/certification.
    • Four to five years of significant, successful experience working with clients on communications skills, interpersonal relationships, goal setting, and/or addiction, family, and mental health counseling or an equivalent combination of both education and experience.
    • Experience in agriculture or agribusiness is preferred but not required
    • Proficient computer skills, including Zoom, Microsoft Word, Excel, and the ability to learn data entry into the FarmNet database
    • Strong communication skills are critical for success in this position.
    • Drivers license or the ability to travel are required

    For more information contact:

    NY FarmNet
    350 Warren Hall, Cornell University
    Ithaca, NY 14853



    Job Titles and Pay Ranges:

    To learn more about Cornell’s non-union staff job titles and pay ranges, see Career Navigator. The final rate of pay for the successful candidate will be determined considering the following criteria:

    • Prior relevant work or industry experience.
    • Education level to the extent education is relevant to the position.
    • Unique applicable skills.

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    For general questions about the position or the application process, please contact the Recruiter listed in the job posting.

    Applicants that do not have internet access are encouraged to visit your local library, or local Department of Labor. You may also visit the office of Workforce Recruitment and Retention Monday - Friday between the hours of 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. to use a dedicated workstation to complete an online application.

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    Please read the required Notice to Applicants statement by clicking here. This notice contains important information about applying for a position at Cornell as well as some of your rights and responsibilities as an applicant.

    EEO Statement:

    Diversity and Inclusion are a part of Cornell University’s heritage. We are a recognized employer and educator valuing AA/EEO, Protected Veterans and Individuals with Disabilities. We also recognize a lawful preference in employment practices for Native Americans living on or near Indian reservations. Cornell University is an innovative Ivy League university and a great place to work. Our inclusive community of scholars, students, and staff impart an uncommon sense of larger purpose, and contribute creative ideas to further the university's mission of teaching, discovery, and engagement.



    Posted 11/10/2021

    University of Illinois Chicago

    Jane Addams College of Social Work


    Multiple Faculty Positions

    Chicago, Illinois

    Jane Addams College of Social Work at the University of Illinois Chicago is seeking to fill multiple positions and invites applications from prospective faculty with expertise and commitment to social work's role in the promotion of social, racial, and economic justice for urban, at-risk communities. A doctorate in social work or a related field is required.


    Full Professor Position


    Applicants for this senior full professor position should have experience providing research leadership and have a track record of excellence in teaching, community service, research, and scholarly productivity. The applicant will have extensive external funding from federal agencies, national foundations, or similar sources to support a well-established research agenda. Faculty with research expertise in areas including racial and ethnic inequity and disproportionality, juvenile and criminal legal systems, social determinants of health, immigration, behavioral health, organizations and community practice, social stratification and exclusion, and other issues relevant to African American, Latinx and other marginalized populations are strongly encouraged to apply.


    Multiple Assistant Professor Positions


    Applicants for assistant professor must possess a completed PhD by the time of appointment and must demonstrate clear evidence of potential for excellence in teaching, service, and research. Applicants with at least two years of social work practice experience are strongly preferred.


    The College has a strong record of excellent academic programs, integrated research, and community service projects supported with external funding. Faculty are actively engaged in socially beneficial research and service projects in the areas of child welfare, health inequities, chronic health conditions, substance abuse, mental health, social policy, the juvenile and criminal legal systems, trauma-informed youth development in urban and school settings, and other areas. We invite applicants who will help expand these mission-driven, community-based research and service partnerships.


    To apply please submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, writing sample, and the names and address of three references to Christopher Mitchell, Faculty Search Committee Chairperson. All applications must be submitted online through the following link: https://jobs.uic.edu/job-board/job-details?jobID=155351. Applications should be received by November 30, 2021 for fullest consideration. This job closes on Monday January 24, 2022. Appointments for all positions start in August 2022.


    The University of Illinois System requires candidates selected for hire to disclose any documented finding of sexual misconduct or sexual harassment and to authorize inquiries to current and former employers regarding findings of sexual misconduct or sexual harassment. For more information, visit https://www.hr.uillinois.edu/cms/One.aspx?portalId=4292&pageId=1411899


    The University of Illinois at Chicago is an equal opportunity employer including Disability/Vets. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.


    The University of Illinois may conduct background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of a contingent offer. Background checks will be performed in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act.


    Posted 11/10/2021

    Academic Unit Head for Department of Social Work

    James Madison University (JMU)

    Harrisonburg, VA

    James Madison University (JMU) invites applications for the position of Academic Unit Head for the Department of Social Work in the College of Health and Behavioral Studies (CHBS). We seek a visionary and inclusive leader who has demonstrated leadership in social work education, including excellence in teaching, program administration, and a record of scholarship. The successful candidate will provide leadership for the Department of Social Work as James Madison University moves towards R2 and National University status.


    The College of Heath and Behavioral Studies (CHBS) is working to identify and dismantle oppressive racist and discriminatory policies, practices, and processes while advancing inclusive excellence and promoting a CHBS culture in which every member can flourish. We are especially interested in qualified candidates with a demonstrated commitment towards building equitable and inclusive environments. Consider joining us in achieving our goal of continuing to grow as a diverse college that embodies an atmosphere of belonging.


    The Department of Social Work is a thriving academic unit that offers the BSW degree, interdisciplinary minors (family studies and nonprofit studies), interdisciplinary community outreach programs, and interprofessional educational (IPE) opportunities. The Department is currently proposing an MSW program and is partnering with the Department of Justice Studies on innovations in the youth justice system. Our program has a long history of program excellence, leadership in social work education, and continuous national accreditation. We are a student-centered department that values open interactions between students and faculty. We are leaders on campus regarding student outcome assessment and diversity efforts. We are a diverse, eight-faculty member department with a strong commitment to respective and supportive collegiality. Please explore our website (http://jmu.edu/socwork) for more information about our department.


    The position is a 12-month, tenure-track faculty appointment at the Associate/Full Professor rank with consideration of tenure upon appointment. The Academic Unit Head reports to the Dean of the College of Health and Behavioral Studies, in which Social Work is one of eight academic units. The desired starting date is July 1, 2022.


    Duties and Responsibilities:

    The academic unit head is responsible for the administration and overall effectiveness of the academic unit, including its academic programs, scholarship, faculty, classified personnel, budget, and resources.



    Successful candidates will demonstrate

    (1) the ability to provide visionary leadership for the department as well as the field of social work education;

    (2) experience supporting and advancing efforts related to diversity, equity and inclusion;

    (3)experience supporting and advancing efforts related to interprofessional/interdisciplinary education;

    (4) experience with CSWE accreditation and 2015 Educational Policy and Accreditation Standards; (5) excellence in teaching, program administration, and a record of scholarship and service, including service to the discipline and/or professional associations;

    (6) excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both within the unit (e.g., promoting an inclusive and collaborative environment) and more broadly with other academic unit heads, administrators, campus partners and external stakeholders;

    (7) the ability to support a positive student-centered environment;

    (8) an earned doctorate appropriate to the position (e.g., PhD, DSW) and a master’s degree in Social Work from a CSWE-accredited program


    Preference will be given to candidates who share evidence of effectiveness in academic or professional leadership roles. Preference will also be given to candidates with experience in public child welfare or juvenile justice systems.


    To apply, visit JMU’s electronic application system at joblink.jmu.edu and reference job posting number F1742, or go to https://joblink.jmu.edu/postings/10449 . Salary will be commensurate with experience. Review of applications will begin November 26, 2021. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. For questions, please contact Dr. Kevin Apple, Search Chair, 540-568-3696 or applekj@jmu.edu.


    James Madison University is committed to creating and supporting a diverse and inclusive work and educational community that is free of all forms of discrimination. This institution does not tolerate discrimination or harassment on the basis of age, color, disability, gender identity or expression, genetic information, national origin, parental status, political affiliation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation or veteran status We promote access, inclusion and diversity for all students, faculty, staff, constituents and programs, believing that these qualities are foundational components of an outstanding education in keeping with our mission. The university is interested in candidates whose experience and qualifications support an ongoing commitment to this core quality Anyone having questions concerning discrimination should contact the Office for Equal Opportunity: (540) 568-6991.


    Posted 11/8/2021

    Assistant Director of Health & Wellness Center

    Bay Path University

    Longmeadow, Massachusetts United States, 01106

    Company Description:


    When Bay Path opened its doors to students in 1897, it had a very clear goal: to provide a practical, affordable, and career-oriented education to meet the needs of companies, organizations, and communities. From the beginning, Bay Path prided itself on being entrepreneurial, constantly pushing the boundaries of the academic experience to fit the student...to start them on the road of success. We still do.

    Today, that spirit and philosophy is more important than ever in higher education. At Bay Path, it's not just the number and breadth of undergraduate and graduate programs that defines us-and we have many-but it is our ability to connect the classroom to learning to leadership to experience to career that is at the core of what we do best. We know the work that needs to be done.

    Bay Path University, an independent and not-for-profit institution, was named Among Fastest Growing Baccalaureate Colleges by the Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac, and is a member of the Women's College Coalition. With a main campus in Longmeadow, MA and three satellite locations, (East Longmeadow, Sturbridge, Concord), Bay Path offers undergraduate, graduate (for women and men) degrees, and professional certificates.

    We're committed to preparing our students to navigate a constantly changing world. Whether it is one of our innovative academic programs, groundbreaking online learning platform, or through our Women as Empowered Learners and Leaders initiative, we educate our students in ways that will help them to grow, learn to adapt, and always to flourish. Be part of the change.


    We invite you to visit our website at www.baypath.edu where you can learn more about Bay Path University.

    Job Description:

    • Status: Full-time
    • Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30-5:00, with some evenings and weekends
    • Position Code: ADHWC
    • Position Location: Longmeadow, MA Campus
    • Exempt: Yes


    The Assistant Director of the Health and Wellness Center is responsible for consulting with students in crisis campus-wide and coordinating and making necessary referrals to community resources. The position reflects a University commitment to increase the awareness of mental, physical, social and spiritual health conditions by communicating with staff, parents, and students to help facilitate student success.

    Reporting to the Dean of Students, this position will work in close collaboration with Accessibility Services, Public Safety, and the Campus Health Services team in order to effectively consult with students who have complex mental and physical health challenges, or those who face significant housing and food insecurity, in order to coordinate off campus referrals as needed, crisis services, ensuring appropriate level of care and resources are provided. This position will also oversee the management of the on campus food pantry.



    • Consult with students who have complex mental and physical health challenges and coordinate off campus referrals for necessary resources.
    • Coordinate appropriate level of treatment for students in crisis with Health Services and/or other necessary referring agencies(BHN or River Valley).
    • Consults and communicates with staff, students, and parents, or designated emergency contacts and assigned key campus partners regarding appropriate services, access, and care for students.
    • Serve as the referral coordinator and provide referrals to necessary resources off campus.
    • Maintain and sustain campus food pantries and devise methods of food acquisition for the pantry.
    • Provide linkage for students to various social services, including cash assistance (TANF), food stamps, housing, utility assistance, occupational training, Medicaid, and child support resources.
    • Develop and provide outreach programs (e.g. presentations, trainings, seminars, and workshops) on mental health related topics for faculty, staff, and students.
    • Develop and provide campus training activities on the topics of drug and alcohol awareness, VAWA, and crisis intervention.
    • Maintain current procedures for assisting students in crisis. This includes ensuring that all department and college staff are trained in crisis management procedures.
    • Serve on campus BIT team.
    • Prepares reports and studies containing findings and recommendations for the review, information, and assistance of the student service division.
    • Serves on ad hoc committees as required.
    • Provides data on area usage and materials needed for the unit budget. Maintains records/data regarding services as directed.
    • Attend training as required.
    • Perform any other duties or tasks as assigned by the University.


    • Master's Degree in either Social Work or Clinical Mental Health. LSW certification is preferred.
    • Two (2) years' experience in college counseling, social work or equivalent preferred.
    • Ability to work flexible hours.
    • Valid U.S. driver's license.
    • Must successfully pass the online safe Driving Course (within 15 days of hire) and driving record check at time of hire and annually thereafter.
    • Submit to and pass criminal offender records check (C.O.R.I.). and sexual offender records check (S.O.R.I.) (Only if position requires CORI & SORI check).
    • Should be committed to a culture of diversity, equity, respect and inclusion; demonstrated ability to build working relationships with people having a wide variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and experiences different from ones' own.
    • Ability to adhere to University policies and procedures.
    • Ability to handle confidential information with discretion and within FERPA and HIPAA guidelines.
    • All new employees must complete the FERPA, Anti-Harassment, and any other required online trainings within 15 days of employment.
    • General knowledge of the University's mission, purpose and goals and the role this position plays in achieving those goals.
    • Must adhere to University COVID-19 testing, symptom tracking and all other COVID protocols established by the University.


    Additional Information:

    Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
    Bay Path University is a diverse community devoted to proactively nurturing a campus-wide culture that promotes and ensures equity, respect, inclusion and safety for all members regardless of race, color, national origin, age, gender, religion, sexual orientation and gender identity, socio-economic background, or physical ability. We are one University that opens our hearts and minds to conversations, to learning and to creating a community that is welcoming of all. Regardless of position, it is expected that each employee will embrace this commitment and demonstrate an attitude of respect toward and acceptance of all members of our community.


    Application Instructions:

    Applicants for this position should attach a cover letter, resume / curriculum vitae, the contact information for four (4) professional, work related references and any other relevant information pertaining to this position and your candidacy. Please apply online. Faxes and emails will not be accepted.

    Bay Path University is dedicated to building a culturally diverse and pluralistic faculty committed to teaching and learning in a multicultural environment and strongly encourages applications from minorities, women and all underrepresented backgrounds. An Equal Opportunity Employer, Bay Path University is committed to fostering diversity in its student body, faculty, and staff.

    Bay Path University is a smoke and tobacco-free community.

    All offers of employment are contingent on satisfactory background checking.

    In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), if you have a disability and require a reasonable accommodation to apply for a position please email us at HR@baypath.edu or call 413-565-1168.



    Apply Here: https://www.click2apply.net/wynjLeSbnY5KhdEwTgnaX



    Posted 11/3/2021

    Wraparound Services Job Opportunities

    Oakland Schools

    Waterford, MI

    Due to an expansion in services, the Oakland Schools’ Specialized Student Support Unit is seeking to fill the following openings:



    School Social Service – Mental Health Wraparound Facilitator (1 Position)


    Responsible for facilitating the delivery of services to students with IEPs in an effort to reduce out-of-home and out-of-school placements by referring Wraparound Community Team cases and family team meetings, training child/family teams in the Wraparound process, and preparing/submitting required ancillary documentation (Child and Family Status Reports, CAFAS reports, billing summaries, time reports and progress notes).


    Requirements include an MA in Social Work, 1 year of experience (direct child and family work or child welfare and working with students with IEPs), a current LMSW or LLMSW, MI School Social Worker approval or eligibility for approval, valid MI driver’s license, proficiency in detailed record keeping and report writing, ability to facilitate small and large group meetings, solid understanding of formal systems such as DHHS, Court, and mental health, and knowledge of Special Education laws and practices.



    Mental Health Wraparound Facilitator (4 Positions)


    Responsible for facilitating the delivery of services to high risk students in an effort to reduce out-of-home and out-of-school placements by referring Wraparound Community Team cases and family team meetings, training child/family teams in the Wraparound process, and preparing/ submitting required ancillary documentation (Child and Family Status Reports, CAFAS reports, billing summaries, time reports and progress notes).


    Requirements include a BA in Social Work, Psychology or related field and 3 years of experience or an MA in Social Work, Psychology or related field and 1 year of experience (direct child and family work and home-based child welfare) valid MI Social Work Licensure, valid MI driver’s license, proficiency in detailed record keeping and report writing, ability to facilitate small and large group meetings, solid understanding of formal systems such as DHHS, Court, and mental health, and knowledge of Special Education laws and practices.



    To apply for these openings, please complete an application at:




    You will need to create an account with username and password. Once you have created an account you will be able to complete your application. When completing your application, you will need to select CERTIFIED as one of your applicant types to be able to apply for these positions.


    Once your application is complete, click on the Jobs tab and All Jobs to view and apply for these positions. For questions regarding the application process, please contact Alicia Beck at 248.209.2143.


    Oakland Schools does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, national origin, religion, height, weight, marital status, sexual orientation (subject to the limits of applicable law), age, genetic information, or disability in its programs, services, activities or employment opportunities. Inquiries related to employment discrimination should be directed to the Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources, Personnel Management and Labor Relations at 248.209.2429. Title IX complaints should be directed to the Title IX Consultant at 248.209.2590. For all other inquiries related discrimination, contact the Executive Director of Legal Affairs at 248.209.2062. All complaints may be addressed to 2111 Pontiac Lake Road, Waterford, MI 48328-2736.


    This job description is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by a person assigned to this job. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all job duties that may be performed by a person so classified. Incumbents may be asked to perform additional duties as required by his/her supervisor.


    Posted 10/29/2021

    Central New York Psychiatric Center (CNYPC) is currently seeking Licensed Master Social Workers

    Located in Marcy, New York

    and Satellite Units across the State of New York


    Licensed Master Social Worker I:



    License and current registration in New York State as a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) or Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW).


    • Providing social work services to residents who exhibit serious or complicated mental, social, emotional, behavioral, developmental and addictive disorders, conditions and disabilities.
    • Work as part of an interdisciplinary team; attend treatment team meetings to present clinical information; serve as a resource to other team members regarding social adjustment, and discharge service needs.
    • Prepare reports, progress notes; maintain case records.
    • Develop psychosocial assessments; provide individual and group therapy as well as crisis intervention.
    • Assess individual and family needs, strengths and limitations.

    Licensed Master Social Worker II:


    License and current registration in New York State as a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) with *one-year post licensure work experience as a social worker or licensed and registered Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) with New York State

    *Qualifying experience involves such activities as screening, assessing and diagnosing individuals’ and families’ psychosocial needs strengths and limitations; participating in the development of treatment and discharge plans; counseling and educating individuals, groups and families to promote mental, emotional, physical and social functioning; helping accessing needed services; providing client and patient advocacy and crisis intervention; and developing, coordinating and evaluating services and support systems.



    In addition to the duties stated above Licensed Master Social Worker II’s have additional responsibilities such as serving in a supervisory capacity.



    The Central New York Psychiatric Center offers a comprehensive benefit program, which includes the following:

    • Retirement package including defined-benefit pension and deferred-compensation plans
    • Generous medical, dental, and vision insurance with competitive employee contribution rates
    • Excellent opportunities for advancement and professional growth
    • Generous paid time off including vacation, holidays, personal, & sick leave
    • Competitive salaries


    The Mission of the New York State Office of Mental Health is to promote the mental health of all New Yorkers, with a focus on providing hope and supporting recovery for adults with serious mental illness and children with serious emotional disturbances. Applicants with lived mental health experience are encouraged to apply. The Office of Mental Health embraces diversity and promotes a workplace in which individual differences are recognized, appreciated, and respected. The New York State Office of Mental Health is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.


    Please submit your resume to the Human Resource Office via e-mail cnpersonnel@omh.ny.gov ;fax 315 765 3369 or mail to

    9005 Old River Road, Marcy, New York 13403.


    For additional information you may call 315 765 3375.


    Posted 10/15/2021

    Clinical Social Worker - Inpatient Case Management

    Full Time

    Cambridge Health Alliance


    Everett, Massachusetts, 02149 United States

    The Clinical Social Worker provides psychosocial assessments, evaluations, and referrals for adults, and/or families with psychiatric illness, substance abuse, and medical illness. Casework or therapy may take place in the hospital, offices, or community setting, as appropriate. This position provides a range of psychological and psychosocial treatment, including individual, couple, family and group treatments and clinical case management services. You will collaborate with multi-disciplinary team at the service site, and specifically with the team leader to define and provide the services needed by clients. You must demonstrate a capacity to work collaboratively in team setting, with an ability to listen to others, participate actively, and take appropriate responsibilities. This position will also collaborate with other caregivers and community agencies, as necessary, to provide systemically informed, community based treatment. Such collaboration may require participation in caregiver conferences, Patient at Risk meetings, and other meetings as needed.


    Master's degree, Social Work

    Current MA licensure as LICSW, or LCSW with eligibility for licensure of LICSW within 2 years.

    Same as above. When required, must be credentialed by the CHA Medical Staff for practice in relevant clinical practice areas.

    Previous Experience:
    Incumbents must have completed at least one successful internship in a medical setting required.

    Prior experience in a medical setting required.

    Two years post master's degree, in medical, clinical or human service setting with relevant populations preferred.



    Apply Here: https://www.click2apply.net/8OPVnwczbN5bSoX2tLbNg



    Posted 10/15/2021

    Juvenile Justice Mental Health Practitioner

    (Bilingual Assignment)

    County of Marin,

    $7,243 - $8,732 / Month

    (6% differential for professional license)


    At the County of Marin, our employees overwhelmingly report feeling their work is meaningful, they like the work they do, and they are proud to tell people “I work for the County of Marin.”


    The Marin County Human Resources Department and the Probation Department are accepting applications for the position of Mental Health Practitioner/Licensed Mental Health Practitioner (MHP/LMHP) - Bilingual Assignment (Spanish/English). This individual will be assigned to the PORTAL program (Programs of Responsive Treatment and Linkages) and reports to the PORTAL Mental Health Supervisor. The assigned MHP/LMHP provides a variety of services such as family therapy, case management, crisis management, individual therapy, and assessment to youth on probation, detained youth at Marin County Juvenile Hall, and probation and non-probation youth at certain school settings. This position could also entail delivering community-based therapy services to primarily Spanish speaking families, assesses youth referred by the Juvenile Services Deputy Probation Officer, and constructs psycho-social assessments and treatment plans utilizing the DSM-V. In addition, the MHP/LMHP maintains ongoing, timely documentation, coordinates and communicates with a multi-disciplinary team, and participates in clinical supervision with the Mental Health Supervisor.


    The Highly Qualified Candidate: The highly qualified candidate has knowledge of and experience with youth and families involved in the juvenile justice system as well as experience working with high risk populations, such as LGBTQ youth and/or youth living in communities impacted by high rates of violence, crime, poverty, substance abuse, and mental health issues. The highly qualified candidate will also:


    • Possess extensive knowledge and experience with clinical family therapy practice.
    • Demonstrate an ability to conduct thorough mental status exams (inclusive lethality and risk assessments), and psycho-social assessments.
    • Know how to develop treatment and/or safety plans.
    • Have experience in case coordination with a multi-disciplinary team and astuteness with legal and ethical issues.
    • Exhibit sensitivity to diversity and possess experience working with youth and families of color, particularly Latinx families with multiple stressors and challenges, including language barriers, trauma history, undocumented immigration status, acculturation challenges, limited employment opportunities, and limited resources.
    • Have a strong foundation in current theory and evidenced-based approaches in serving youth and families with serious emotional disturbance, significant trauma history and substance use issues.





    Any combination of education that would provide the knowledge and skills listed. Typically, equivalent to either possession of a Master's degree from an accredited institution in social work, psychiatric nursing, psychology, counseling, or a closely related field, or possession of a Doctoral degree in clinical psychology or a closely related field, or completion of three years of graduate education, including completion of the doctoral-qualifying comprehensive examinations and a university-approved clinical internship equal to two full-time academic quarters (900 hours).



    Mental Health Practitioner: Any combination of experience that would provide the knowledge and skills listed. Typically, equivalent to one year of clinical mental health experience under qualified supervision in a mental health setting appropriate to the assignment, as described below.


    Licensed Mental Health Practitioner: Any combination of experience that would provide the knowledge and skills listed. Typically, equivalent to two years of clinical mental health experience under qualified supervision in a mental health setting appropriate to the assignment, as described below.


    Both classifications require demonstrated oral and written proficiency in English and a designated second language.


    As a Juvenile Justice Assignment, qualifying experience must have involved diagnostic assessment and the provision of therapy for children and their families. Six months of the experience must have been providing clinical services to children who are either incarcerated or have significant juvenile justice involvement.



    Mental Health Practitioner: Must be eligible and sit for professional licensure as a Clinical Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist, Clinical Psychologist, Professional Clinical Counselor, or Registered Nurse within timelines consistent with the California Welfare and Institutions Code. Failure to obtain licensure within the specified timelines will result in termination of employment.


    Licensed Mental Health Practitioner: Must be professionally licensed as a Clinical Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist, Clinical Psychologist, Professional Clinical Counselor, or Registered Nurse in the State of California. Qualified non-California residents must obtain a California license within timelines consistent with the California Welfare and Institutions Code. Failure to obtain licensure within the specified timelines will result in termination of employment.


    Bilingual Certification: This position requires demonstrated oral and written proficiency in both English and Spanish. A bilingual proficiency exam will be administered to ensure the successful candidate possesses the appropriate skill level to meet the requirements of the position.


    Filing Deadline: This recruitment will close on Friday, November 12, 2021, at 4:00 PM PST. Resumes are not accepted in lieu of County application and supplemental application form. Apply online here or at: www.marincounty.org/jobs. For any questions, please contact the Marin County HR Dept at jobs@marincounty.org or call (415) 473-2126. EEO/TTY


    Posted 10/15/2021

    Part Time Clinician

    Princeton University

    Princeton, NJ



    Princeton University's Sexual Harassment/Assault Advising, Resources and Education office (SHARE) is seeking a part time clinician.


    SHARE's https://share.princeton.edu/ purpose is to lead and support campus efforts to address interpersonal violence and abuse. The Office provides emergency response, intervention, and care to student survivors of sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating and domestic violence, and stalking. We also work closely with a network of campus and community partners to foster a University environment that is intolerant of abuse, responsive to needs of survivors, and holds perpetrators accountable for their actions. We aim to contribute to a campus culture in which interpersonal violence has no place and our distinctive community of learning is free to flourish.

    The SHARE clinician, provides direct trauma-informed clinical services and advocacy to our undergraduate and graduate student populations, including crisis intervention, short-term individual and group psychotherapeutic treatment, and campus and community referrals. The SHARE term clinician also serves as a representative of the SHARE office, providing presentations and other forms of outreach to the campus community to promote SHARE as a resource and educate about interpersonal violence and abuse broadly, including: risks and protective factors of perpetration and victimization, impact of trauma, linkages to oppression, etc.




    Clinical (80%)

    • Delivers developmentally appropriate, evidence-informed and trauma-sensitive services to survivors of interpersonal violence and abuse, including: sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, and stalking, as well as unhealthy relationships more broadly.
    • Provides short-term counseling and advocacy to scheduled and walk-in clients.
    • Provides psychoeducational and/or therapeutic support groups for students directly and indirectly affected by interpersonal violence.
    • Provides suicide risk screening as clinically indicated and makes appropriate referrals to crisis response resources.
    • Serves as a confidential advocate for victims/survivors as a member of the SHARE staff on-call crisis response team, covering evening and weekend hours on a rotating schedule
    • Provides effective consultations to University affiliated individuals seeking general knowledge about interpersonal violence and abuse (e.g., warning signs, lethality indicators) and available resources
    • Maintains electronic health records in a timely and effective manner
    • Engages in Quality Improvement and Peer Review processes to ensure the provision of high-quality services

    Outreach (20%)

    • Collaborates with SHARE leadership, SHARE staff, and other campus offices (e.g., Title IX) to develop outreach presentations and supplementary materials.
    • Delivers presentations to campus community stakeholders to clarify and promote the services provided by the SHARE office and educate about interpersonal violence and abuse, with a special attention given to the graduate student population, international students, and academic departments.






    • Master’s degree or doctorate in social work, psychology, or related clinical field from an accredited college or university.
    • Possesses terminal license in the state of NJ or license-eligible in NJ.
    • Experience in higher education counseling or violence prevention and intervention office setting.
    • Three to five years of professional experience providing trauma counseling for survivors of interpersonal violence and abuse (preferably in a college setting).
    • Possesses knowledge about the risk and protective factors that contribute to interpersonal violence.
    • Utilizes an intersectional lens when supporting survivors, acknowledging cultural and systemic barriers to access and the intersectionality between identity-based oppressions and interpersonal violence.
    • Proven ability to support survivors in a manner that respects a diversity of experiences across a range of ethnic/racial identities, religious affiliation and practices, socioeconomic statuses, and sexual orientations and gender identities.
    • Able to handle sensitive and confidential matters with discretion.
    • Operates with a high degree of professionalism and objectivity.
    • Demonstrates the ability to work effectively with diverse stakeholders (including student, faculty and administrative constituencies), and to build and maintain effective, trusting relationships over time.
    • Has advanced written and verbal communication skills and experience with small and large group facilitation.
    • Demonstrates competence in managing after-hours, on-call responsibilities, assessing for psychiatric hospitalization, and making appropriate referrals to crisis response resources.
    • Demonstrates competence in using an evidence-based approach to diagnosis and treatment, and using best practices in time-limited psychotherapy.
    • Demonstrates a talent for collaboration, team-building, and working within a team-based model.
    • Is well-organized, composed under pressure, and able to work on multiple projects with tight deadlines.
    • Able to balance strong commitment to social justice with a capacity to navigate complex organizational systems.
    • Is detail-oriented and solution-focused, capable of delivering work products aligned with the guiding principles of SHARE, UHS, and Princeton University.



    • Knowledge of New Jersey and federal statutes and regulations pertaining to sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating and domestic violence, and stalking.
    • Specialty or expertise in providing culturally-relevant clinical or community-based services to one or more marginalized populations.
    • Prior training as a county-based confidential sexual assault and domestic violence victims advocate in New Jersey.
    • Experience with electronic health records.
    • Familiarity with quality improvement methodology.

    Princeton University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. EEO IS THE LAW



    Apply Here: https://www.click2apply.net/5Dpz25Ik72LVcgjesgqPE




    Posted 10/13/2021

    Manager, Social Work-

    Inpatient Adult Psychiatric Units

    Cambridge Health Alliance


    Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02138, United States

    A manager in social work within the Department of Psychiatry is a vital member of the service. The diversity of the population served in addition to the treatment modalities utilized requires interdisciplinary expertise and collaboration. The manager in social work works autonomously and provides administrative as well as clinical supervision to staff and trainees (social work as well as members of other disciplines). She/he provides evaluation and treatment to patients who can derive maximum benefit from inpatient care across the spectrum of programs offered within the department. She/he may provide programmatic administrative leadership, such as leading a team, and may serve on the inpatient and/or emergency services management or leadership team of one or more service sites.

    The Social Work Manager coordinates social work and caseworker staffing, including coverage for time off and vacancies. Provides orientation and supervision for all social workers and caseworkers within the services, and completes comprehensive performance reviews for all staff.

    The Social Work Manager is expected to provide coverage within the service as needed.



    Masters degree in Social Work
    Current MA licensure as LICSW (Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker)
    Must be credentialed by the CHA Medical Staff Office for practice in relevant clinical practice areas.
    Minimum of five years experience post-Masters degree preferably working in an inpatient psychiatry setting.

    Apply Here:



    Posted 10/13/2021


    Monterey Count, CA


    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.




    Natividad is offering up to a $5,000 sign-on bonus to candidates hired into a permanent position.


    Natividad is seeking to fill permanent full-time and temporary Hospital Psychiatric Social Worker II positions. The Hospital Psychiatric Social Worker II is the advanced level position for the Psychiatric Social Worker series. Candidates appointed to the Hospital Psychiatric Social Worker II level are expected to perform high quality psychiatric assessments, diagnosis and clinical interventions to mental health patients. The incumbent will work in the Emergency Services Department with Mental Health patients.


    Qualifications: As a condition of employment, the incumbent will be required to:


    • Pursuant to the California Welfare and Institutions Code Section 5751.2 (a) possess Licensure as a Clinical Social Worker or Licensure as a Marriage and Family Therapist in the State of California issued by the California Board of Behavioral Science Examiners.

    • In accordance with HIPAA, incumbent must have applied for or have a National Provider Identifier (NPI).

    • Comply with California licensure requirements as outlined by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.




    • Possession of a Master's degree from an accredited School of Social Work and licensure as a Clinical Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist, or Professional Clinical Counselor in the State of California issued by the State Board of Behavioral Science Examiners (BBSE).


    The ideal candidate will have working knowledge of current philosophy, principles and evidence-based practices for services to consumers with serious mental illness or severe emotional disturbance; individual, group and family psychodynamics as they relate to adults or children; psychiatric diagnostic methods and terminology; personality and human development from infancy through adulthood; Public Mental Health Policy and Welfare and Institutions Codes that provide guidelines for human and health services systems in the County; and community resources available to consumers for linkage.


    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 10/13/2021

    Juvenile Court Social Worker- 

    Clinical Social Worker C

    Boston, MA

    The Department of Mental Health (DMH) is seeking a dynamic candidate who will work as part of an interdisciplinary team of forensic clinicians. The Juvenile Court Social Worker - Clinical Social Worker (C) provides a broad array of services to the Juvenile Court, including psychosocial evaluations of children, adolescents and families.

    The selected candidate also provides emergency evaluations, consultations, liaison, oral testimony as needed and some limited treatment and psycho-educational services. These services are provided to diverse youth and families with behavioral health concerns who come before the Juvenile Court on Delinquency, CRA’s, Care and Protection and emergency mental health and substance use matters. This position has less client contact hours than most clinical positions and includes extensive assessment report writing, record review and collateral contacts as major duties.


    Duties and Responsibilities (these duties are a general summary and not all inclusive):

    • Provides court-ordered, thorough, expert psychosocial evaluations and consultations of children, adolescents and families, including detailed forensic reports, informal consultative follow-up, and (as needed) oral testimony.
    • Consults with judges, attorneys and probation officers.
    • Provides supervision of staff and trainees.
    • Provides coverage to a primary court location and to other courthouses (BJCC and non-BJCC locations) as needed and requested by DMH Forensic Services. 
    • Maintains liaison relationships with various public and private agencies, organizations and officials for optimal integration of BJCC activities with system partners and to ensure access to needed dispositional placements.
    • Provides in-service presentations to clinical staff in subject areas of interest and applicable to clinical work. 
    • Participates in collaborative meetings, work-groups, joint initiatives/projects as requested by the BJCC Director and DMH.
    • Maintains a working knowledge of developments, trends, policies, and procedures in the mental health and substance use treatment systems, both public and private, to persons involved in the juvenile justice system through training offered by BJCC and Forensic Services of DMH, through reading materials, and through regular and required continuing education as necessary to maintain a current license.

    Required Qualifications:

    • Considerable knowledge of child and adolescent development and family systems.
    • Considerable knowledge of clinical interviewing, conducting mental status exams, clinical formulation and diagnosis.
    • Ability to write well-organized and concise psychosocial evaluation reports that are readable by non-mental health professionals.

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Credentialed as a Certified Juvenile Court Clinician I, or eligible to be credentialed as a Certified Juvenile Court Clinician I per 104 CMR 33.00 within 2 years.
    • Commitment towards diversity, social justice and equity, including a culturally sensitive and humble approach to clinical work.
    • Ability to perform at a highly skilled level in crisis intervention and work under considerable time pressure on multiple tasks.
    • Given the population served, bilingual or multilingual fluency.

    DMH Mission Statement:


    The Department of Mental Health assures and provides access to services and supports to meet the mental health needs of individuals of all ages, enabling them to live, work and participate in their communities. The Department establishes standards to ensure effective and culturally competent care to promote recovery. The Department sets policy, promotes self-determination, protects human rights and supports mental health training and research.


    Total Compensation:


    As an employee of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts you are offered a great career opportunity influencing a wide-spectrum of services to the diverse populations we serve - but it's more than a paycheck. The State's total compensation package features an outstanding set of employee benefits which you should consider towards your overall compensation, including:

    • 75% state paid medical insurance premium
    • Reasonable Dental and Vision Plans
    • Flexible Spending Account and Dependent Care Assistance programs
    • Low cost basic and optional life insurance
    • Retirement Savings: State Employees' Pension and a Deferred Compensation 457(b) plan
    • 12 paid holidays per year and competitive Sick, Vacation and Personal Time
    • Tuition benefit for employee and spouse at state colleges and universities
    • Short-Term Disability and Extended Illness program participation options
    • Incentive-based Wellness Programs
    • Professional Development and Continuing Education opportunities
    • Qualified Employer for Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness Program

    Pre-Hire Process:


    A criminal background check will be completed on the recommended candidate as required by the regulations set forth by the Executive Office of Health and Human Services prior to the candidate being hired. For more information, please visit http://www.mass.gov/hhs/cori

    Education, licensure and certifications will be verified in accordance with the Human Resources Division’s Hiring Guidelines.

    Education and license/certification information provided by the selected candidate(s) is subject to the Massachusetts Public Records Law and may be published on the Commonwealth’s website.

    For questions regarding this requisition, please contact Executive Office of Health and Human Services Human Resources at 1-800- 510-4122 Ext. #2

    Qualifications - External

    First consideration will be given to those applicants that apply within the first 14 days.



    At least two years of full-time, or equivalent part-time, professional experience as a clinical social worker after earning a Master's degree in social work.


    - A Doctorate in social work, psychology, sociology, counseling, counseling education, or human services may be substituted for the required experience on the basis of two years of education for one year of experience.

    - One year of education equals 30 semester hours. Education toward a degree will be prorated on the basis of the proportion of the requirements actually completed.


    A Master's or higher degree in social work is required.


    - Licensure as a Licensed Certified Social Worker or Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker by the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Social Work is required.

    - Based on assignment, travel may be required. Those employees who elect to use a motor vehicle for travel must have a current and valid Massachusetts Motor Vehicle Operator's license or the equivalent from another state.


    Executive Order #595: As a condition of employment, successful applicants will be required to have received COVID-19 vaccination or an approved exemption as of their start date. Details relating to demonstrating compliance with this requirement will be provided to applicants selected for employment. Applicants who receive an offer of employment who can provide documentation that the vaccine is medically contraindicated or who object to vaccination due to a sincerely held religious belief may make a request for exemption.

    An Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Females, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.


    Please follow this link to apply online:



    Juvenile Court Social Worker

    Click the link provided to see the complete job description.



    Avayama Jusu

    Human Resources

    Department of Mental Health

    25 Staniford Street

    Boston, MA 02114

    3rd Floor, Room 3107




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