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    $65,947.32 - $97,899.12 Annually

    Contra Costa County, CALIFORNIA

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    Social Work Professionals


    District of Columbia

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    (Sequoia Plaza) *ART Bus Accessible*, VA  


    SALARY: $76,377.60 - $116,604.80 Annually


    LOCATION: (Sequoia Plaza) *ART Bus Accessible*, VA


    JOB TYPE: Full-Time Permanent


    JOB NUMBER: 6341-24A-DHS-NP


    DEPARTMENT: Department of Human Services




    OPENING DATE: 08/11/2023


    CLOSING DATE: Continuous


    To apply for this position, please visit:



    Position Information


    Please note: This recruitment may be used to fill future,similar vacancies. Some positions are eligible to receive a $1500.00 Signing Bonus at the time of hire and $1500.00 at end of first year.


    Are you an experienced human services professional seeking aposition where you will make a difference in the lives of children and adults with developmental disabilities? The Department of Human Services (DHS) is hiring for a Developmental Disability Specialist to provide case management and support coordination services in the Clinical and Developmental Services Bureau, Developmental Services program.


    The individual hired into this position will work with Arlington County residents that have developmental disabilities, as well as their families and community providers to ensure services are available and in place allowing them to live and thrive in the community. As a Support Coordinator, the employee will join a team of other Support Coordinators that facilitate person-centered planning for individuals supported by the program.


    Responsibilities include:


    • Interviews individuals, families, and other providers to assess the need for care;

    • Interprets professional evaluations and develops person-centered plans;

    • Provides supportive counseling to individuals and their families including crisis interventions and discharge planning;

    • Conducts visits in the community at individual’s homes, in residential settings, and at employment and day support sites;

    • Leads interdisciplinary teams to provide coordination of care;

    • Assures quality service provision by maintaining compliance with State of Virginia Licensure Regulations and Medicaid/DD Waiver standards;

    • Serves as a liaison between individuals and their families and service providers,
    exploring resources for residential, habilitation, supported employment, and
    supported medical professionals; and

    • Documents and tracks services provided in the electronic health record and state’s Waiver Management System (WaMS).


    Ideal candidate


    The ideal candidate will demonstrate the following:


    • A team-player approach;

    • Experience serving individuals with Developmental Disabilities;

    • Strong attention to detail;

    • Customer service experience;

    • Strong organization skills; and

    • Experienceusing an electronic health record.


    The Arlington County Department of Human Services is committed to delivering client services in an effective, equitable, respectful, and trauma-informed manner. Our staff is dedicated to ensuring clients are approached, engaged and supported in ways that demonstrate competency, sensitivity and awareness of factors which impact the individual’s experience including but not limited to: cultural identity, gender, race and ethnic diversity, religious/spiritual ascription, physical capability, cognitive and literacy levels, sexual orientation, and linguistic needs.



    Selection Criteria




    • Completion of the requirements for graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's Degree in Special Education, Sociology, Nursing, Special Education, Psychology, or other directly related field. Should include coursework in areas such as intellectual and developmental disabilities, mental illness, physical disabilities, medical conditions, and/or psychometrics; and


    • Some experience providing direct services to individuals with intellectual and/or
    developmental disabilities (i.e., coordination/case management; developing, conducting and approving assessments and developing and monitoring individual
    service plans).


    Substitution: Experience may not substitute for theBachelor’s Degree requirement and related experience must be post-degree.


    Desirable: Preference may be given to candidates with one or more of the following:


    • Master’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling, Psychology, Rehabilitation Counseling, Nursing, or other directly related field of study;

    • Completion of a related practicum or internship prior to graduation and coursework in areas such as developmental disabilities, mental illness, physical disabilities, medical conditions, and/or psychometrics;

    • Experience providing direct services involving developing, conducting, and approving assessments and monitoring person-centered plans for individuals who have developmental disabilities;

    • Case management experience in aging and/or disability services;

    • Experience with Medicaid Home and Community-Based Waivers; and/or

    • Bilingual:English/Spanish.


    Posted 8/17/23

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    Assistant Professor, School of Social Work

    Bridgewater, MA


    Rank: Assistant Professor


    Tenure Information: Tenure Track


    Department Summary:


    The School of Social Work at Bridgewater State University (BSU) has experienced dynamic growth and invites applications for two full-time, tenure-track teaching positions at the rank of Assistant Professor, beginning September 2024. The School of Social Work houses a BSW program, an MSW program and a major in Childhood Studies. Our BSW and MSW programs are accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) and enrollment totals approximately 600 students. According to US News & World Report, the School of Social Work is ranked in the top 100 Schools of Social Work.


    The School of Social Work (SSW) at Bridgewater State University is part of a cohesive campus community that provides professional opportunities for faculty advancement in teaching and scholarship and a clear path to tenure. Funding for faculty scholarship is available through the Center for the Advancement of Research and Scholarship as well as the Office of Teaching and Learning. There is also a significant institutional commitment to undergraduate research and international engagement. The SSW is committed to supporting diversity, equity and inclusion among its faculty, staff and students, and to strengthening a justice-informed identity as identified in our strategic plan. This emphasis is reflected throughout the University’s curricular and co-curricular activities.


    Bridgewater State University is an inclusive community dedicated to the lifelong success of all students; focused on the continuous improvement of its people; and is responsible for leading innovation that benefits Southeastern Massachusetts, the commonwealth, and the world. Bridgewater’s accessible environment of teaching and learning stimulates critical thinking and the pursuit of new knowledge and deeper understanding. The teaching and learning environment at Bridgewater also cultivates meaningful and diverse interpersonal relationships and fosters an appreciation for global engagement aimed at transforming lives and improving the human condition.


    Our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion is reflected in our https://www.bridgew.edu/bsuvalues, which ensure that all students are supported and succeed.


    Bridgewater State University is equal employment opportunity/affirmative action employer. Members of underrepresented groups, and those committed to working in a diverse cultural environment, are strongly encouraged to apply.


    Essential Duties:


    Teaching responsibilities will be in the undergraduate and/or graduate social work programs. Primary course responsibilities may include: human behavior and the social environment; the dynamics of diversity and oppression; practice with individuals, families or groups; and field seminar. Teaching assignments will depend on the expertise of the candidate and programmatic needs. A commitment to working with non-traditional students will require evening and some weekend teaching. Additional responsibilities include student advising, curriculum/program development and assessment, and collaboration on school, college, and university-wide committees.


    Applicants should be able to demonstrate a strong commitment to excellence in teaching and advising and to working with a diverse student body. Candidates whose teaching, research, and advising is informed by equity minded practices and a social justice lens are strongly encouraged to apply. Applicants should have the ability to work collaboratively and use technology effectively in teaching and learning. Applicants must demonstrate evidence of scholarly activity and a commitment to public higher education.


    Required Qualifications:


    - Earned doctorate in social work or a closely related field by September 1, 2024.


    - A commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, social justice and community engagement, as demonstrated by research, practice or teaching.


    - Research, practice or teaching in one or more of the following areas: substance use and misuse, child welfare, mental health, behavioral/physical health care or trauma.


    - Master of social work degree from a CSWE accredited program.


    - At least two years of post-MSW practice experience in one or more of the following areas: substance use and misuse; child welfare; mental health; behavioral/physical health care; or trauma.


    - Valid driver’s license and willingness to travel to local agencies to supervise student field placements


    Preferred Qualifications:


    - Previous experience teaching social work in a CSWE accredited program.


    - Teaching experience at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.


    - Engagement in well-defined ongoing research and scholarly activities .


    - Demonstrated record of, or potential for, effective teaching in a variety of instructional formats (e.g., face-to-face, hybrid, online) .


    - Eligibility for licensure at the LICSW level in Massachusetts.


    Special Conditions for Eligibility:


    Please be aware that employment at Bridgewater State University is contingent upon completion of a successful background check.


    Posting Number: F00454P


    Open Date: 08/03/2023


    Close Date: 10/31/2023


    Open Until Filled: No


    Special Instructions to Applicants:


    Please note the following information is required to complete your application for this position:


    • A minimum of three (3) professional reference entries in space provided on the application form.

    • CV

    • Cover Letter

    • Teaching Statement

    • Equity and Inclusion Statement- a personal statement on a candidate’s past efforts to enhance diversity, equity, and inclusion. The equity and inclusion statement is an opportunity for candidates to discuss scholarship, professional skills, and demonstrable experience that would enhance the university’s efforts to promote a diverse, equitable, and inclusive community. Equity and inclusion statements will be considered as part of a transparent and comprehensive review of candidates’ application materials.


    To apply, visit https://apptrkr.com/4472125


    Bridgewater State University (BSU) is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer which actively seeks to increase the diversity of its workforce. We are dedicated to providing educational, working and living environments that value the diverse backgrounds of all people.


    Posteed 8/17/23

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    Arlington County

    Arlington, Virginia, 22201


    SALARY : $124,009.60 - $189,425.60 Annually

    LOCATION: VA 2204, VA

    JOB TYPE: Full-Time Permanent

    JOB NUMBER: 6324-24A-DHS-KH

    DEPARTMENT: Department of Human Services

    DIVISION: DHS BHC Client Services Entry

    OPENING DATE: 08/11/2023

    CLOSING DATE: 9/14/202311:59 PM Eastern

    Position Information

    ArlingtonCounty’s Behavioral Healthcare Division (BHD) is seeking a dynamic, results-driven leader to serve as the Client Service Entry (CSE) Bureau Director. This position will oversee the Local Probation Office and lead programs in the CSE Bureau that operate 24/7/365 and are mandated by the Code of Virginia to ensure clients receive timely and effective services in the least restrictive environment.
    The Client Services Entry Bureau within BHD has primary responsibility

    • Emergency Services, including mobile crisis
    • The Crisis Intervention Center (CIC) including Office-BasedCrisis Stabilization
    • Crisis Intervention Team in collaboration with the ArlingtonCounty Police Department
    • Same Day Access/Intake Services
    • State Hospital Discharge Planning
    • Community Corrections Unit (Local Probation)

    To learn more about our services, please click HERE.

    Specific responsibilities include:

    • Establishing procedures, policies and standards, monitoring program operations and evaluating effectiveness of the services;
    • Managing and providing strategic leadership for community services programs to include planning and budgetary oversight;
    • Evaluating business processes to maximize revenue and deploy resources efficiently and effectively towards organizational goals;
    • Representing the County to promote needed advocacy for policy and service changes to meet the needs of the community;
    • Advancing programming that is flexible, community based, family inclusive, and responsive to client needs;
    • Leveraging key partnerships to divert clients with mental healthand substance use treatment needs away from the justice system and to utilize existing informal and formal mechanisms (e.g., family, mandatory outpatient treatment) to promote engagement and decrease crisis events;
    • Administering contracts, including creating scope consistent with Bureau goals and overseeing appropriate performance monitoring;
    • Leading the Bureau efforts on outcome measurement and performance to improve client access and outcomes, ensure program excellence and achieve service integration;
    • Advancing best practice with respect to treatment models including community co-response and Same Day Access;
    • Providing clinical and administrative supervision and cultural leadership of Bureau to include recruitment, staff development and performance management;
    • Serving as member of CSB Risk Assessment Committee, Mental Health Criminal Justice Review Committee, Trespass Alternative Program; and
    • Representing the Division and provides staff support and consultation to the Department, County and local, state and federal work groups.

    The successful candidate will have strong clinical and management background in crisis services, demonstrated success in promoting engagement and diversionary efforts and reducing recidivism, along with progressive leadership in managing complex systems of care. This includes successful implementation of best practice models; leadership acumen with a demonstrated ability to manage change in a mental health setting; program development skills; and knowledge and experience working with multiple public revenue streams typically found in local social service agencies.

    Selection Criteria

    Minimum: Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or a directly
    related clinical discipline which required a clinical practicum involving diagnostic and treatment services PLUS significant years and progressively responsible experience with dual diagnosis related treatment which includes one
    year of experience supervising or coordinating clinical staff. Must possess a valid Virginia LPC, LCSW or LCP license.

    Desirables: Preference may be given to candidates with one ormore of the following:

    • Program management experience within a community-based services framework;
    • Familiarity and experience with a community based behavioral health crisis continuum;
    • Experience evaluating program effectiveness and design;
    • Significant understanding of fiscal management, and data driven management;
    • Experience with strategic planning for a complex organization;
    • Experience with service integration and the full continuum of service intensity;
    • Experience in crisis settings and mental health crisis first response management;
    • Experience with contracts management;
    • Experience working in involuntary treatment settings or evaluating involuntary treatment criteria, including success in serving clients in court-ordered treatment and appreciation for importance of engagement and early intervention;
    • Experience working with legal partners in diverting individuals from justice settings and into treatment; and/or
    • Experience working with transitional aged adult population.

    Special Requirements

    Completion of the Commonwealth of Virginia Statement of Economic Interest form will be required of the successful candidate upon hire and annually thereafter.  

    Additional Information

    Work Hours: Typically Monday through Friday with flexible start and end times, with occasional evening and weekend hours. This position may be expected to provide program consultation outside of regular business hours. Selected applicant will be expected to obtain Virginia Pre-screener certification within 6 months of hire.
    Applicant must possess, or obtain by time of appointment, a valid motor vehicle
    operator's license from the applicant's place of residence or must have the ability and willingness to use alternative methods of transportation. The applicant must authorize Arlington County to obtain, or the applicant must provide a copy of the applicant's official state/district driving record. An offer of employment may be contingent upon a favorable review of the applicant's driving record.
    A pre-hire background check will be made on candidates selected for employment. It may include checks of the following: criminal record, driving record, education, professional licensure, and credit history. You may be required to sign a release authorizing the County to obtain your background information.
    This position requires a cover letter as an attachment. The cover lettermust highlight your experience that qualifies you for the Client Service Entry Bureau Chief position, addressing how your background reflects the qualification requirements (both minimum and desirable qualifications) stated
    in the Selection Criteria section of the job announcement. Note your specific role as well as accomplishments related to emergency and crisis services, as well as interactions with police, the justice system, families and other community partners that resulted in improvements to mental health services and processes.

    Your responses to the supplemental questionnaire are considered part of the selection process and are required for this position. Please do not give "see resume" as a response to the questions. In complete applications will not be considered.

    Applicants who have questions or need assistance with the application may telephone (703) 228-3500 or visit the Human Resources Department. Our staff will be happy to work with you to enter your application into the system. Public access computers are available at all County Libraries, and in the Human Resources Department.

    The examination process for this position may include: (1) training and experience evaluation; (2) written and oral examination; (3) personal interview; (4) performance test/work sample; and/or (5) physical examination.

    Applicants with disabilities may request reasonable accommodation during the application or selection process. Please call the ADA Coordinator at 703-228-3559 (voice) or email pers@arlingtonva.us.

    Agency: ArlingtonCounty

    Address: 2100 Clarendon Blvd,Suite 511
                     Arlington, Virginia, 22201

    Phone: 703-228-3500

    Website: https://careers.arlingtonva.us/

    CLIENT SERVICES ENTRY BUREAU CHIEF Supplemental Questionnaire


    I understand that in order to be considered for this position, I must attach a cover letter.

    • Yes
    • No


    Please indicate the areas in which you have experience:

    • Program management within a community-based services framework
    • Familiarity with a community based behavioral health crisis continuum
    • Evaluating program effectiveness and design
    • Significant understanding of fiscal management, and data driven management
    • With strategic planning for a complex organization
    • With service integration and the full continuum of service intensity in crisis settings and mental health crisis first response management
    • With contracts management
    • Working in involuntary treatment settings or evaluating involuntary treatment criteria, including success in serving clients in court-ordered treatment and appreciation for importance of engagement and early intervention
    • Working with legal partners in diverting individuals from justice settings and into treatment
    • Working with transitional aged adult population
    • None of the above


    For the above question, please identify to which position (as identified on your
    application) the experience pertains. If not applicable, please put N/A.

    * Required Question

    Posted 8/14/23


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    NY FarmNet Family Consultant, FarmNet
    SC Johnson College of Business


    Rochester, New York & Buffalo, New York


    Cornell University embraces diversity andseeks 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.


    The SC Johnson College of Business:

    Leading at the intersection of people,business, and technology, the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business is one of the most comprehensive business schools in the nation and includes many areas of expertise not found in any other leading institution. The college is comprised of the university’s three accredited business schools, each of which is recognized as among the best in higher education: the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management, and the Cornell Peter and Stephanie Nolan School of Hotel Administration. Our academic research; industry and community engagement; and undergraduate, graduate, and professional degree programs all reflect the future of business: flexible, collaborative, and cross-disciplinary. The college community includes 232 research faculty, 46,000 alumni, and nearly 3,300 undergraduate, professional, and graduate students. The SC Johnson College of Business has an unparalleled resource base from which to draw—within the college, Cornell Tech in New York City, and Cornell University broadly.


    The New York FarmNet Program with the Cornell SC Johnson College ofBusiness, Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, supports farm families and agricultural businesses by providing financial and family/personal consulting to improve the farm business and family communications.


    Our Family Consultant Openings:

    New York FarmNet is actively recruiting forpart-time family consultants in the Rochester, NY and Buffalo, NY area.


    This is a temporary, non-benefits eligible, 19 hours or less perweek temporary position with an annual reappointment based on job performance as well as approval and funding availability. Flexible scheduling is available for this position.


    Family Consultants provide initial assessmentsto clients who request support to assist in identifying problems within a farm family or agricultural business. Consultants assist clients by guiding them to identify and prioritize solutions based on needs and assisting in developing and enacting an action plan. Skills required include active listening, motivational interviewing, and needs/problem assessment. In this position, NY FarmNet Family Consultants may also connect farm families with local agencies that can provide alternative solutions in challenging situations.


    Additional key responsibilities for the Family Consultant include:

    · Providing timely response to phone messages or e-mails so cases can be assigned appropriately. The client requesting services from NY FarmNet is to be contacted by phone within 24 hours of the case assignment to obtain preliminary information and arrange for a meeting (phone/video conference, face to face) as deemed necessary by the consultant.

    · Maintaining records of services provided to farm families. Timely and accurately detailed case notes must be entered into the NY FarmNet database after each meeting.

    · Attending training and professional development, provided by NY FarmNet as three in-service training session a year, generally in spring, summer, and fall. Consultants are also expected to seek out and participate in outside professional development opportunities related to their responsibilities, with consultation and approval of NY FarmNet office staff.

    · Engaging with local communitiesthrough 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.


    Required Qualifications:

    · An MSW, LCSW, Master’s in Counseling, Master’s in Psychology, or equivalent degree/certification.

    · Significant, successful experience working with clients on communications skills, interpersonal relationships, goal setting, and/or addiction, family, and mental health counseling.

    · Proficient computer skills, including Zoom, Microsoft Word, Excel, and the ability to learn data entry into the FarmNet database.

    · Strong communication skills.

    · A valid driver’s license and ability to travel within the state. Travel time is paid and reimbursed at the IRS mileage rate.

    · Experience in agriculture or agribusiness is preferred.




    * Visa sponsorship and relocation assistanceare not provided for this position.


    Cornell University is an equal opportunity,affirmative action educator and employer.


    We welcome all applications, and we want to select a candidate from a diverse
    applicant pool. This position is part of a commitment to diversifying our consultant team to reflect the changing culture of NYS agriculture.


    Familiarize yourself with Cornell's COVID-19 workplace guidance as well as the university's COVID-19 services and information.


    Contact Name: Theresa Lynch


    Job Titles and Pay Ranges:

    Non-Union Positions

    Noted pay ranges reflect the potential payopportunity for each job profile. The hiring rate of pay for the successful candidate will be determined considering the following criteria:

    · Prior relevant work or industryexperience

    · Education level to the extenteducation is relevant to the position

    · Unique applicable skills

    · Academic Discipline (faculty payranges reflects 9-month annual salary)


    To learn more about Cornell’s non-union staffjob titles and pay ranges, see CareerNavigator.


    Union Positions

    The hiring rate of pay for the successfulcandidate will be determined in accordance with the rates in the respective collective bargaining agreement. To learn more about Cornell’s union wages, see Union Pay Rates.



    If you currently work at Cornell University, please exit this website and log in to Workday using your Net ID and password. Select the Career icon on your Home dashboard to view jobs at Cornell.


    Online Submission Guidelines:

    Most positions at Cornell will require you toapply online and submit both a resume/CV and cover letter. You can upload documents either by “draggingand dropping” them into the dropbox or by using the “upload” icon on the
    application page. For more detailed instructions on how to apply to a job at
    Cornell, visit HowWe Hire on the HR website.



    For general questions about the position orthe application process, please contact the Recruiter listed in the job posting
    or email mycareer@cornell.edu.


    If you require an accommodation for adisability in order to complete an employment application or to participate in the recruiting process, you are encouraged to contact Cornell University's Office of Institutional Equity and Title IX at voice (607) 255-2242, or email at equity@cornell.edu.


    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.


    Notice to Applicants:

    Please read the required Notice to Applicants statement by visiting: https://hr.cornell.edu/job-seekers/how-apply/important-notice-applicants. This notice contains important information about applying for a position at Cornell as well as some of your rights and responsibilities as an applicant.


    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 8/1/23

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    Bilingual Social Worker (Foster Care Licensing)

    Washington, DC


    Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA)
    Job ID #22824

    Job Summary


    CFSA is a creative and dynamic public agency that is looking for innovative and child welfare experienced individuals to join its social work team. Located in the heart of the District of Columbia, CFSA is leading the way as the employer of choice for those looking to make an impact on child welfare in the nation’s capital.


    This position is located in the Planning, Policy, Program Support, and Licensing Administration (PPPSLA), Office of the Deputy Director for Planning, Policy, and Program Support (ODDPPPS), Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA). The primary purpose of this position is to provide comprehensive clinical assessment of prospective
    resource parents in the District of Columbia and make recommendations for their licenses in compliance with the applicable federal and District laws and regulations, and agency guidelines, policies, and procedures.


    Duties and Responsibilities


    The Bilingual Social Worker (Foster Care Licensing) duties and responsibilities include:


    · Completes home studies,including home visits, obtaining child protection registry and police clearances and performs other tasks in compliance with pertinent Federal and District laws and regulations and agency policies and procedures.


    · Prepares a written homestudy, clinical assessment, and recommendations regarding the appropriateness of PRPs to provide foster care and submits recommendations for approval and licensure of foster and/or adoptive homes.


    · Attends licensing workshop during pre-service training and informs prospective resource parents (PRPs) of all documents and requirements to be fulfilled to become licensed. Reviews all documents and information collected from PRPs and from collateral sources such as references, schools, medical reports, courts, police, employers, and other social services agencies. Conducts clinical assessments of PRPs to determine their strengths/needs and appropriateness to provide foster care. Interviews and observes interactions, both verbal and non-verbal, between immediate and extended family members and significant others.


    · Maintains statisticaldata, to provide an accurate account of the number of clients served and the number and types of activities performed.


    · Maintains up to datecase files for documentation of case activity. Completes all licensing work and documentation in the Comprehensive Child Welfare Information System (CCWIS) called Stronger Together Against Abuse and Neglect in DC (STAAND).


    · Participates in supervisory conferences, individually and with social workers for the purpose of case planning, sharing information on resources, and joint decision-making.


    · Participates in educational and training activities, professional meetings, conferences, and seminars to keep abreast of the latest changes in the field of social work.


    · Performs other related duties as assigned.


    Qualifications and Education


    Master’s of Social Work (MSW) from a program accredited by the Council on Social Work Education.



    Grade 11 – Must possess at least one year of specialized and directly related professional experience equivalent to grade 09 level in the District of Columbia government service or its non-District equivalent that equipped the individual with the thorough knowledge, skills, abilities, and competencies to successfully perform the duties of the position including, but are not limited to, attending and/or representing the CFSA at administrative reviews, court hearings, and other meetings; coordinating the implementation of court orders; assisting in determining the appropriateness of established goals, services, and/or permanency planning based on the status findings.


    Grade 12 - Must possess at least one year of specialized and directly related professional
    experience equivalent to grade 11 level in the District of Columbia government service or its non-District equivalent that equipped the individual with the comprehensive knowledge, skills, abilities, and competencies to successfully perform the duties of the position including, but are not limited to, representing the CFSA at administrative reviews, court hearings, and other meetings; coordinating the implementation of court orders; determining the appropriateness of established goals, services and/or permanency planning based on the status findings.


    Ability to read, write, speak, and understand Spanish, and to provide interpretation and document translation in order to license Spanish speaking resource parents is highly preferred.


    Licenses and Certifications


    Grade 11: Requiredto be a current D.C. Licensed Graduate Social Worker (LGSW) or a D.C. Licensed Independent Social Worker (LISW) to practice social work in the District of Columbia.


    Grade 12: Requiredto be a current D.C. Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) to practice social work in the District of Columbia.


    * All grades require a valid driver’s license.


    Working Conditions/Environment


    While performing the duties of thisjob, the employee is regularly exposed to outside weather conditions; occasionally exposed to fumes or airborne particles, extreme cold and extreme heat; unsanitary conditions, e.g., spoiled foods, feces, urine, and disease.
    The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.


    The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable
    accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform
    the essential functions.


    Other Significant Factors


    Tour of Duty: Standard Tour of Duty is Monday - Friday, 8:15 a.m. - 4:45 p.m. May require to work on weekends and holidays. Qualified candidates must be flexible when it comes to tour of duty. May be required to work weekends and holidays.


    Promotion Potential: Yes


    Collective Bargaining Unit: This position is covered under the collective bargaining agreement.


    Duration of Appointment: Career Service (CS) – Regular


    Pay, Plan, Series & Grade: CS-185-11/12


    Salary Range:  Grade 11 - $77,394 - $97,809, Grade 12 -$87,339 - $111,749


    Position Designation: This position has been deemed "Essential" and "Safety Sensitive" under the guidelines of the DC Personnel Manual and issubject to mandatory pre-employment and annual Criminal Background Investigations that yields no felony or child endangering activities and pre-employment Traffic Records Checks (as applicable). This position is also subject to mandatory pre-employment and random Drug and Alcohol Testing. In this position, you may be disqualified from employment based on the presence of marijuana in test results, even if you possess a medical card authorizing the use of medical marijuana.


    Residency Preference: Applicants claiming "Residency Preference will be required to maintain residency in the District of Columbia for a minimum of (7) years. Failure to do so may result in forfeiture of employment.


    EEO Statement: The District of Columbia Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified candidates will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, personal appearance, sexual orientation, family responsibilities, matriculation, physical handicap, or political affiliation.


    Closing Statement: Official Job Offers are made by D.C. Child and Family Services Agency's Human Resources Only.


    Apply Here: Careers(dc.gov) 


    Posted 7/28/23

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    Supervisor of Interns MSW, LICSW or LCSW

    Boston, MA


    July 5, 2023

    FULL TIME – EXEMPT: 40 Hours per week


    The Rian Immigrant Center is seeking a full-time licensed clinical social worker
    (LCSW or LICSW) who will provide culturally responsive, short-term, and
    long-term counseling, advocacy and accompaniment, and support group
    facilitation with adult immigrant clients. The social worker will work with clients from diverse countries and backgrounds, but will be primarily focused on clients who speak Spanish as a first language. In addition, the SW will supervise BSW & MSW interns and participate in program coordination and planning to support strong collaboration across all Rian programs.


    Direct Client-focused Work

    Advocacy and Accompaniment

    ● Provide trauma-informed initial intakes, needs assessments and referrals, assist in scheduling appointments and provide advocacy and accompaniment resources and services
    ● Support colleagues as able in responding to the urgent or unanticipated needs of clients


    ● Provideshort term and longer term client-centered, strengths-based and trauma-informed counseling services to adult immigrant individuals and families for a variety of mental health needs including anxiety, depression, homesickness, loneliness, isolation and other trauma-related conditions
    ● Coordinate counseling efforts with external mental health and/or medical professionals and act as a liaison between clients and service providers
    ● In collaboration with clients, formulate and work toward identified goals and objectives and track progress over time in client Salesforce record


    ● Maintain up to date client records and contact notes in Sales force for all client-related work.
    ● Identify and share with team relevantresources for RSS client work
    ● Participate in biweekly team and peer supervision meetings; contribute to the collaborative agendas to guide client focused discussions and program strategy
    Intern Coordination and Supervision
    ● Manage social work intern program, including:
    • Oversee sourcing, recruitment, selection, and onboarding of undergraduate and graduate interns, specifically focusing on
      creating pathways for students with lived immigrant experience
    • Provide one on one supportive supervision and evaluation of interns
    • Collaborate with undergraduate and graduate schools to facilitate mutual learning/learning exchange
    • Coordinate with director to assign client referrals to interns


    Program Coordination & Leadership

    ● Support the mission and values of Rian by demonstrating a commitment to social justice and equity; actively participating in Rian's efforts toward being an anti-racist organization; and value, promote, and integrate anti-racist ideas and policies into our work
    ● In collaboration with RSS director, develop and manage RSS client support groups and topic focused workshops
    • Oversee the development, coordination, and expansion of Spanish-speaking women’s psychosocial support group
    • Develop informational and educational client workshops based on needs assessments
    ● Build relationships and referral pathways with community mental health centers and private therapists who can provide culturally-informed and linguistically aligned client services
    ● In collaboration with other departments,oversee compilation and organization of a shared resource database
    ● Support director and RSS manager with coordination, decision making, and distribution of client financial assistance
    ● A commitment to the overall mission and values of the Rian Immigrant Center.
    ● A Master's degree in Social Work from an accredited university. LCSW or LICSW in the state of MA required.
    ● Bilingual in Spanish and English with the ability to read, write, and communicate verbally in both languages required.
    ● Commitment to and experience in working with and providing services to a wide range of racial and ethnic populations.
    ● Some experience with supervision of interns.
    ● Some familiarity with immigration law andpolicy is preferred.
    ● Advanced interpersonal skills necessary to interact effectively with various healthcare professionals and to develop and maintain effective therapeutic relationships with individuals and families.
    ● Knowledge of community resources and agencies that serve immigrant and refugee populations.
    ● Ability to use Google Suite applications, and basic Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Outlook). Familiarity with Salesforce is a bonus!
    ● Knowledge of tele medicine services.
    Status: Exempt

    Reports to: Resource and Support Services Director, Sarah Bayer.

    Salary Range: $65,000-$70,000

    How to Apply: Please send a cover letter and resume as a PDF to career@riancenter.org with Clinical Social Worker as the subject line.

    Rian Immigrant Center is committed to a policy of providing equal employment opportunities for all and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnic or national origin, creed or religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, age, veteran status, or physical or mental disability. We encourage applications from all those interested and qualified.


    The Rian Immigrant Center has recently become a participant in the E-Verify
    program, a web-based system that allows enrolled employers to confirm the eligibility of their employees to work in the United States. Rian has chosen to participate in this program to support a current immigrant employee's eligibility to continue working at Rian. The E-Verify program verifies an employee's work eligibility by checking their employment information against their database.


    Rian Immigrant Center offers acomprehensive, multi-service approach to supporting families from more than 126 countries. Rian provides the immigration legal, resource and support services, and educational support immigrants need to gain stability, security, and build pathways to success. Rian was founded in 1989 by a group of immigrants, and we have assisted over 40,000 immigrants make successful transitions to new beginnings in New England.

    In addition to our services, rooted in the tradition of welcoming others and social justice, we help newcomers find community, and stand up for immigration policies that are humane and just. We are proud to continue the tradition of welcoming immigrants to this country and working together to create a better future for all. Rian strives to intentionally create an environment for staff, individuals we serve and others, that fosters intercultural belonging, and is anti-racist and equitable. We are committed to valuing and promoting anti-racist ideas and policies.

    Working at Rian: Our staff of thirty-plus; immigration attorneys, social workers, educators, youth workers and others, bring enthusiasm and a commitment to our mission and the work at the Center. We work as one team. Our generous benefits package includes a hybrid work environment with flexible work time, health benefits, 20 vacation days, 15 holidays, 5 sick days, a 403(b) plan, and occasional off-site community building time together.


    Posted 7/27/23

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    Director of Social Work

    New York City , NY


    NYC Health + Hospitals is the largest public health care system in the United States. We provide essential outpatient, inpatient and home-based services to more than one million New Yorkers every year across the city’s five boroughs. Our large health system consists of ambulatory centers, acute care centers, post-acute care/long-term care,
    rehabilitation programs, Home Care, and Correctional Health Services. Our diverse workforce is uniquely focused on empowering New Yorkers, without exception, to live the healthiest life possible.


    At NYC Health + Hospitals, our mission is todeliver high quality care health services, without exception. Every employee takes a person-centered approach that exemplifies the ICARE values (Integrity, Compassion, Accountability, Respect, and Excellence) through empathic communication and partnerships between all persons.


    Job Description

    Under direction of the Co-Deputy Chief Medical Officer/System Chief of Behavioral Health, the Director of Social Work provides overall leadership
    in Social Work at NYC Health + Hospitals. They are responsible for the
    development and implementation of cross system strategic initiatives in various
    areas such as quality improvement, revenue generation, Social Work care
    delivery, programming, and training.

    Works collaboratively with the Social Work Council to address themyriad of system-wide Social Work Workforce initiatives related to best practices, training/development, standard work and recruitment/retention.

    General tasks and responsibilities will include:

    • Lead corporate wide Social Work Staff recruitment and retention efforts.
    • Lead corporate wide Social Work Staff wellness and recognition efforts.
    • Collaborate with stakeholders on expansion and incorporation of Social Work shared governance.
    • Works closely with the Director of the Mental Health Service Corp, to oversee this system - wide Social Work Training Program.
    • Supervise Director of Peer Services for the system. Work closely with site, facility, and program -based Social Work Directors on scope of practice for peer counselors, youth peer advocates and family advocates, oversight and development of new peer related initiatives.
    • Supervise BH Care Management lead and oversee BH care management initiatives and programs
    • Leads and oversees the formulation and administration of training programs for Social Work professionals and students, and for in-service training for professional and non-professional personnel related to Social Work.
    • Collaborate in the development of clinical staffing models, allowing Social Workers to function at the top of their license.
    • Work closely with finance and revenue cycle management to maximize Social Work billable services and generate revenue.
    • Provide matrix(dotted-line) supervision to site, facility- and program-based Social Work Directors to ensure alignment with the corporate and departmental strategic vision
    • Collaborate with discipline leadership across the spectrum of care.
    • Lead system wide Performance Improvement Initiatives that improve the constellation of biopsychosocial-spiritual services available to and promote health equity for patients, their families and their communities.
    • Advises on Social Work challenges, participates in the planning of programs and in defining the Social Work role across services and programs.
    • Oversees the coordination of Social Work programs and assures that Social Work programs within the system are related to objectives of the system and meet the requirements of emerging developments.
    • Plans and initiatesresearch studies and demonstration projects for strengthening, expanding or analyzing the Social Work role in health, behavioral health, medical services, and correctional health, and health equity by enlisting the cooperation and participation of individual hospitals in special studies, surveys and projects.
    • Maintains relationships with professional societies in the field of Social Work in relation to development or maintenance of standards and in the evaluation of current and new social work approaches.
    • In collaboration with the sites’ social work leads, evaluates the provision of Social Work care delivery to ensure that they meet the patient’s needs and maximize patient self-determination.
    • Plans with graduate schools of Social Work for field placement units and their integration in the hospital programs, conferring with faculty on students, supervision, assignment and utilization of department records and materials.
    • Collaborates with administrative, medical staff and professional staff directors in planning Social Work department participation, within the hospital system, and educational programs and in formulating policies and practices in accordance with the administrative systems of the Corporation.
    • Coordinates the Social Work activities of the hospitals with functions of the Corporation and other city agencies, governmental agencies and community organizations.
    • Acts as a consultant on complex cases within the system.
    • Provides consultation to community agencies regarding the use of health care settings and activities
      relating to medical and behavioral health Social Work.
    • Other relevant tasks asassigned and performs special assignments as directed.

    Minimum Qualifications

    1. A Baccalaureate Degree issued after a completion of a four-year course in an accredited college or university and a Master’s Degree from an
    accredited school of social work, and certification by New York State
    Department of Education; and,

    2. Ten (10) years of experience in social work activities of which three (3)
    are in a health setting and five (5) years in a supervisory, consultative and
    administrative capacity in a social work organization, health or medical care
    facility or organization adhering to acceptable standards. Knowledge of
    administration with administrative and managerial skills and abilities.

    Department Preferences

    • Strong leadership andcommunication skills
    • Strong interpersonalskills and ability to work well in a multidisciplinary team setting.
    • Knowledge of systems,aftercare planning, and health equity
    • Knowledgeable in:
    • Administration with administrative and managerial skills and abilities
    • Social Work Scope of Practice
    • Fundamentals of hospital organization, revenue cycle, and managed care
    • Regulations and laws applicable to hospital operation
    • Business and human resources administration principles


    Please contact to apply: hurstona@nychhc.org


    Posted 6/30/23

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    Director of Social Work

    Wilmington, NC


    Give your passion a purpose – join our amazing team!

    Lower Cape Fear LifeCare, based in Wilmington, NC, is an award-winning,
    mission-driven nonprofit hospice and palliative care provider with a 40-year
    history of caring for individuals and families in southeastern North Carolina
    and northeastern South Carolina. The agency provides care to patients in
    private residences, assisted living and skilled nursing facilities, and its own
    three inpatient hospice care centers. We also offer grief care for adults and
    children; education and outreach to the community and healthcare partners; and resources, education, and support to caregivers.

    If you’re looking to make a real difference in the lives of people and families in your community by providing team-focused care, all while living in a region steeped in scenic and historic beauty, rich in cultural events, and outstanding outdoor recreation, we want to hear from you!

    What sets us apart in team member benefits verses our competitors:

    • Benefits that start fast: Health, dental, and vision benefit coverage starts first of the month following 30 days of eligible employment.
    • Work-life balancesupport, with full time team members earning 27 paid days off in their first year.
    • Included Health, a full-service concierge healthcare program, offering unlimited virtual doctor visits and mental health services at no cost.
    • A generous tuition reimbursement program of up to $5,000 a year to further your education and grow your career.
    • Company paid life andlong-term disability insurance.
    • 403(b) Retirement Plan with a 50% employer match on the first 4% contributed – and best of all you’re fully vested after only three years


    The Director of Counseling Services has 24-hour accountability / responsibility for social workers, chaplains, and grief counselors. The Director manages daily Social Worker, Chaplain, and grief counselor activities and personnel. The Director of Counseling Services is accountable for assuring quality outcomes and appropriate resource consumption. In addition, is responsible for growth and development of social worker / chaplain /grief counselor staff to enhance practice and expertise. The patient population can include newborns through geriatric patients. Directs all activities in a highly professional manner, demonstrates behavior that exemplifies the LCFL mission statement, and applies principles of leadership and profession standards to all job responsibilities. Performs other duties as assigned.


    1. Responsible for daily Social Worker, Chaplain, and Grief Counseling department operations in homecare and care center(s) ensuring that policies, procedures, and standards of agency, accreditation, regulatory, and legal requirements are met.

    2. Responsible for HR issuesof staff, including interviewing, selection, hiring, performance appraisals and disciplinary issues. Makes staffing / budget recommendations to the CCO.

    3. Serves as a resource toSocial Workers, Chaplains, and Grief Counselors. Audits charts for accuracy, completeness, and compliance with standards of practice. Ensures growth and development of staff as well as fostering employee satisfaction.

    4. Responsible for assuring quality Social Worker, Chaplain, and Grief Counselors outcomes for patients / families. Participates in performance improvement activities and serves on Performance Improvement Committee.

    5. Responsible interviewing, selecting, and training new staff. Completes annual supervisory visits for clinical staff and annual appraisals for the department.

    6. Rewards and disciplines employees, provides opportunities for staff growth and development and assures on-going competence of all professional staff.

    7. Annually continuespersonal development.

    8. Organizes and performswork effectively and efficiently.

    9. Maintains and adjusts schedule to enhance program performance.

    10. Demonstrates positive interpersonal relations in dealing with all members of the team.

    11. Maintains and promotes customer satisfaction.

    12. Effectively demonstratesthe mission, vision, and values of Lower Cape Fear LifeCare on a daily basis.


    13. Education: MSW or equivalent social work degree from a school accreditedby the Council of Social Work Education.

    14. Licensure /Certifications: Valid clinical licensurein North and South Carolina required. Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation required.

    15. Experience: Minimum of 3 years clinical Social Work experience. Supervisory experience preferred.

    16. Essential Technical /Motor Skills: Ability to read, analyze, and interpret common scientific and technical journals, financial reports, and legal documents. Verbal and written communication skills with ability to speak and write clearly, and ability to effectively present information to top management, public groups, and/or boards of directors. Collaborative problem-solving skills, planning skills, and management skills, especially those of coordination and evaluation. Knowledge of licensing, certification, and accreditation standards. A strong background of social work skills, with knowledge of chaplain, social work, and volunteer standards. Knowledge of social work practice acts in NC and SC. Ability to analyze trends. Must be literate in the English language.

    17. Interpersonal Skills: Ability to develop positive interactions with patients,families, physicians, staff, peers, and external customers to effectively care for patients and manage the daily operations of the facility. Ability to
    respond to common inquiries or complaints from customers, regulatory agencies or members of the business community. Ability to work in a group. Conflict resolution skills. Knowledge of stress management.

    18. Essential PhysicalRequirements: Primarily sedentary,with frequent sitting for deskwork and meetings, writing, some walking and standing, driving an automobile, and climbing stairs. Sitting, walking, climbing stairs, writing, and using a computer daily. Ability to access patient/ family homes for supervisory visits.

    19. Essential Mental Abilities: Must be able to read andunderstand regulations and standards, formulate policies and procedures, manage daily operations, direct patient care activities, supervise staff, and plan, implement and evaluate programs and interventions. Requires a high level of mental faculties accompanied by strong short and long-term memory.

    20. Essential Sensory Requirements: Ability to use sight toassess, plan, implement and evaluate patient care activities, monitor records, drive, etc. Ability to use hearing to communicate with staff and patients.

    21. Exposure to Hazards: Potential exposure to blood and blood borne pathogens, bodyfluids, sharps, and infectious diseases. May be exposed to dangerous animals and traffic hazards while performing supervisory visits. May encounter patients and other situations which present a potential threat to personal safety. May encounter temperature changes and weather extremes.

    22. Other - Hours of Work: Full-time (average 40 hours per week). Primarily a Mondaythrough Friday position but flexible hours are a necessity with occasional evening and weekend work. Occasional need to flex hours for supervisory visits. May need to flex hours to assist with evening/weekend meetings, or during crisis issues. May need to provide back-up to weekend social work on-call.

    23. Population Served: All patient populations from infants through geriatric with alife-limiting illness and their respective identified families.



    Apply Here: https://www.click2apply.net/jX6QzRFVxYErZUGJjSdoZe



    Posted 6/30/23

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    Director of Counseling and Psychological Services




    The Department of Student Affairs at the State University of New York College at Oneonta invites applications for the position of Director of Counseling and Psychological Services. The Director will provide overalladministration of the counseling and psychological services and work collaboratively to create a campus culture that promotes the psychological health of students. This roleis responsible for setting and delivering the vision of the Counseling Center, and to oversee the daily operations. The Director will report to the Dean of Students. This position requiresthe ability to work some occasional evening hours and weekend hours.


    The Division ofStudent Affairs enhances the learning environment for students by providing a complementary co-curriculum that is both challenging and supportive. We support the mission of the College by engaging students in programs and services that create transformative learning experiences in and out of the classroom, promoting an environment conducive to growth and discovery. To learn more about the Collegeand the Department, please visit https://suny.oneonta.edu/  and https://suny.oneonta.edu/division-student-affairs.


    The Director of Counseling and Psychological Servicesprovides students with a comprehensive campus counseling service including psychotherapy,
    personal counseling, educational and vocational counseling, and testing


    Duties include but are not limited to:

    • Provide leadership toensure the implementation of clinical counseling and psychological services which adhere to the highest professional standards and best practices for college counseling services, including providing and overseeing the delivery of clinical supervision, psychotherapy, crisis intervention, professional
      consultation, outreach programming, a training program and administration
    • Contribute to creating aculture of care and success for all university students from enrollment to commencement by providing leadership, oversight, and commitment to a diverse, inclusive, and collaborative student counseling unit
    • Understanding of andcommitment to the principles and practices of overall college health, including supporting integrated clinical care, working in partnership with physicians, medical providers, clinicians, disability services, case management and health promotion colleagues; participating in a model of team-oriented leadership,
      working in partnership with fellow directors in Wellness to address multi-faceted challenges; and responding to the needs of various external constituents
    • Provide financial and administrativemanagement, understanding the nature of a complex mental health clinic, which includes fees, scheduling, and management of wait times
    • Plan and prepareoperational reports and analysis that identify student trends and recommend appropriate programs and solutions through on-going quality improvement practices
    • Maintain an activeprofessional identity and monitor best practices at other institutions and integrate best practices as appropriate


    • Promote the services ofthe Counseling and Psychological Services to the broader SUNY Oneonta community, identifying barriers to communicating the need for seeking help, creating avenues for increased awareness and utilization, and advising campus leaders on mental health-related issues
    • Serve as an effectivespokesperson for Counseling and Psychological Services with press and other external constituencies
    • Serve on variousdivisional and university task forces and committees as assigned
    • Maintain activemembership in the Association for University and College Counseling Center Directors (AUCCCD) professional organization
    • Experience providingassessment, treatment, and consultation services to this population
    • Oversight of theplanning, evaluation, and directing the day-to-day administration of a complex mental health service operation and mental health service staff, while using various resources to accomplish long-term and short-term goals for the
    • Supervision of administrative and clinical staff
    • Overseeing caseloads forclinical staff (establishing minimum requirements for clinical contacts, establishing growth/maintenance of clinical caseloads, etc.)
    • Understanding of, andcompliance with, the ethical and legal issues involved in the provision of clinical services
    • Lead the development and revisionof policies and procedures in adherence to federal, state, and professional associations (APA, ACHA, AUCCCD, etc.) guidelines and standards


    Salary:$90,000 - Commensurate with experience. Information on SUNY's comprehensive benefits offerings can be found at https://www.suny.edu/benefits.


    Required Qualifications:  

    • Licensed as a psychologistin NYS or licensed as a psychologist in another state and able to obtain NYS licensure one year from date of hire
    • 5 years of post-graduatepracticing after the receipt of doctoral degree (Ph.D. or Psy D. from an APA-accredited doctoral program) in Clinical or Counseling Psychology
    • Demonstrated managerialleadership experience, including a minimum of 3 years of direct supervisory responsibilities
    • Highly effectiveinterpersonal skills including communication both written and verbal that will allow effective interaction with students, parents, faculty, staff, medical, mental health, other professionals, and those concerned with the mental health issues of SUNY Oneonta students
    • Emergency/crisisintervention and with clients who present with complex and severe psychopathology
    • Experience inadministering clinical experience providing assessment and interventions in settings providing mental health services to varied clinical populations, such as college counseling centers, outpatient mental health facilities, inpatient psychiatric hospitals, or medical center/hospital settings
    • Knowledge of integrativebrief solution-focused models of psychotherapy, familiarity with one or more of the listed college populations, including athletes, students of color, LGBTQ students, international students, and first-generation students, or previous experience in a college counseling center setting
    • Documentedcomputer/technological competence using office productivity, word processing, database, email, electronic record keeping and other enterprise software systems



    • 8 years of post-graduatepracticing after the receipt of doctoral degree (Ph.D. or Psy D. from an APA-accredited doctoral program) in Clinical or Counseling Psychology
    • Demonstrated managerialleadership experience, including a minimum of 5 years of direct supervisory responsibilities
    • Demonstrated commitmentand ability to advance diversity and inclusion, and work with students, faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds
    • Demonstrated knowledgeof student development theory in a mental health context; current counseling/psychotherapy practices and methods; effective strategies for responding to crisis situations, and effective mental health promotion strategies
    • Evidence of creativity orinnovation in the delivery of student mental health programs and services
    • Experience inadministering and interpreting psychological assessments, inventories and reports related to psychopathology and cognitive and learning disorders
    • Excellent written andoral communication skills and experience providing multi-culturally sensitive and evidence-based services to clients from diverse backgrounds and identities


    To apply online go to: https://oneonta.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=161020. Please uploadyour resume, cover letter and contact information for three professional references (required).


    For other employment and regional opportunities, please visit our website at: https://suny.oneonta.edu/about-oneonta/employment.


    SUNY Oneonta enrolls about 5,500 students who pursue bachelor’s or master’s degrees or certificates in one of 60-plus academic programs. Known as an exemplary residential campus that values inclusion, service and sustainability, SUNY Oneonta is a nurturing community where students grow intellectually, thrive socially, and live purposefully.


    The College is located in the City of Oneonta, nestled in thenorthern foothills of the Catskill Mountains about a four-hour drive from New York City, Boston, and Philadelphia. With a population just shy of 14,000, Oneonta is one of the top 20 picturesque small towns in America, according to MicrosoftNews. The natural beauty of the region is breathtaking year-round. Eachseason offers outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, boating, swimming, and skiing. Employees give SUNY Oneonta high marks for work/life balance, management, and culture. The College’s indeed.com rating is 4.5 with one recent review noting that it is the people that make SUNY Oneonta sospecial.


    Pursuant to Executive Order 161, no State entity, as defined by the Executive Order, is permitted to ask, or mandate, in any form, that an applicant for employment provide his or her current compensation, or any prior compensation history, until such time as the applicant is extended a conditional offer of employment with compensation. If such information has been requested from you before such time, please contact the NYS Office of Employee Relations at (518) 474-6988 or via email at info@oer.ny.gov.

    SUNY Oneonta values a diverse collegecommunity. Please visit our website on diversity at: https://suny.oneonta.edu/diversity Moreover, the College isan Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. Women, persons of color, persons with disabilities, and protected veterans are encouraged to apply.


    Posted 6/5/23

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    Social Worker LCSW Transplant Program 

    Full Time Days Bilingual: Spanish/English


    Chicago, IL


    At Northwestern Medicine, every patient interaction makes a difference in cultivating apositive workplace. This patient-first approach is what sets us apart as a
    leader in the healthcare industry. As an integral part of our team, you'll have the opportunity to join our quest for better healthcare, no matter where you work within the Northwestern Medicine system. At Northwestern Medicine, we pride ourselves on providing competitive benefits: from tuition reimbursement and loan forgiveness to 401(k) matching and lifecycle benefits, we take care of our employees. Ready to join our quest for better?

    Job Description

    The Social WorkerLCSW reflects the mission, vision, and values of NM, adheres to the organization's Code of Ethics and Corporate Compliance Program, and complies with all relevant policies, procedures, guidelines, and all other regulatory
    and accreditation standards.

    NorthwesternMedicine recognizes the importance of cultural competence when it comes to patient care, which is why we offer the Northwestern Medicine Hispanic
    Transplant Program for patients who prefer to communicate in Spanish. The Northwestern Medicine Hispanic Transplant Program is the first transplant program in the country providing transplant care for Hispanic patients. Additionally, the program has the largest bilingual and bicultural transplant team of more than 40 specially trained professionals dedicated to serving patients in need of a transplant based on their cultural and language preferences.

    The NorthwesternMedicine Hispanic Transplant Team supports the longstanding goal of providing individualized patient care for Hispanic patients undergoing kidney, liver or pancreas transplantation.

    In this role, theHispanic transplant program social worker will have responsibility for both patient/clinical care, along with dialysis unit outreach and education. Patient care will include responsibilities highlighted on the Social Worker LCSW
    clinical job description.

    After training andeducation on the clinical responsibilities, the HTP SW will also have outreach responsibilities where you will act as the liaison with dialysis unit staff, (RN and SW) regarding their patients on the NM transplant list or in transplant evaluation. You will travel to dialysis units throughout the Chicagoland area and NW Indiana to educate patients, and professionals regarding kidney transplant. Dialysis unit visits can consist of drop-in visits to meet with staff along with full day Lobby Day, where you will spend 1-2 days at a unit speaking with all patients who come in for dialysis. This will allow time for meeting with patients to discuss transplant options and distribute NM transplant educational material.

    The professional weselect will meet directly with abdominal transplant patients and their familiesto perform biopsychosocial assessments, and work in conjunction with theinterdisciplinary team. This compassionate individual will recommend plans of intervention based on patient needs.

    Responsibilitiesinclude, but are not limited to, assisting patients in navigating complex financial/insurance issues, providing supportive counseling to patients in
    their re-adjustment to pre and post-transplant lifestyle and management of
    complications, and making referrals to outside mental health providers and
    agencies as necessary.

    Additionalresponsibilities will include:

    • Coordinating plans of action when barriers are present to facilitate resolution.
    • Collaborating/communicating with the interdisciplinary team throughout all phases of planning.
    • Seeking consultation with and making referrals to appropriate disciplines/departments.
    • Acting as an advocate for patients who require assistance to gain access to information, resources and services.
    • Managing and informing members of the healthcare team regarding necessary interventions.
    • Providing patients and families with education to promote wellness and increased knowledge of the healthcare system.
    • Completing timely documentation of all activities in the medical record and hospital-wide information systems.
    • Engaging in quality improvement, as required



    • Master's Degree in Social Work from a school of Social Work accredited by CSWE.
    • Minimum of two years of post-graduate experience in hospital Social Work or related settings.
    • A high level of interpersonal skills to affect positive outcomes.
    • Organizational skills necessary to prioritize and manage an appropriate caseload of patients coupled with performing the Social Worker functions.
    • Self-direction required for daily work.
    • Analytical skills necessary to independently collect, analyze, and interpret data, resolve problems requiring innovative solutions and to negotiate in sensitive situations.
    • Licensure in Illinois. Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW).

    For more information and to apply, please visit us online at: https://smrtr.io/fyBfr


    Equal OpportunityNorthwestern Medicine is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in hiring or employment on the basis of age, sex, race, color, religion, national origin, gender identity, veteran status, disability, sexual orientation or any other protected status. AA/EOE

    Posted 6/5/23

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    Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption

    Position Title: Adoption Program Manager 


    Columbus, Ohio, 43016, United States

    The Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption is a national nonprofit public charity dedicated to finding permanent homes for the more than 140,000 children waiting in North America's foster care systems. Created by Wendy's® founder Dave Thomas, who was adopted, the Foundation implements evidence-based, results-driven national service programs, foster care adoption awareness campaigns and innovative grantmaking.






    In concert with andreporting to the director, Wendy's Wonderful Kids (WWK), manage and provide technical assistance with programmatic questions regarding the child-focused recruitment model and/or child welfare questions related to foster care adoption to the assigned WWK recruiters and/or other child-focused recruitment sites; to assess adherence to the program model and budget, increase compliance with contract goals and manage agency accountability; to assist with other aspects of the program, including, but not limited to orientation, training and site visits; to provide child welfare expertise to the public, as needed, via the 800-line or email.







    1. Perform adoption programmanager duties as outlined in the adoption program manager handbook
    2. Evaluate proposals foradherence to programmatic and fiscal guidelines
    3. Monitor WWKgrantee/partner agency performance, including monthly online data submissions, bi-annual narrative and fiscal reports, and compliance with agency goals
    4. Routinely review datasubmissions for accuracy and evaluation of fidelity to the child-focused recruitment model
    5. Use implementationscience best practices, as outlined in the WWK toolkit, to promote effective implementation of WWK
    6. Provide support,evaluation, technical assistance and training
    7. Perform site visits asnecessary and engage in regular contact with assigned WWK recruiters
    8. Assist with annual WWKSummit, orientation of new recruiters and ongoing educational and technical assistance efforts
    9. Assist with disseminationof the child-focused recruitment model through training or presentations
    10. Provide caller and emailresponse, as appropriate, to those who request additional support, assistance and information on foster care adoption challenges, barriers and needs
    11. Monitor child welfareenvironments, news and barriers in grantee jurisdictions; share knowledge to inform Foundation's work
    12. Perform other job-relatedduties as may be assigned or required




    The followingqualifications are representative of the knowledge, skills and/or abilities required to serve in this role. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions

    • Strong knowledge and experience in foster care adoption and child welfare systems
    • Excellent oral andwritten communication skills, with an ability to work in a dynamic team; personal qualities of integrity, credibility, openness and commitment to the mission
    • Promotes application ofequitable and inclusive practices with diverse partners, preferably in the child welfare field
    • Proficiency with MicrosoftOffice and experience with program data tracking systems



    • Undergraduate degree in social work, public administration or a related field required 2-4 years of experiencein child welfare, preferably foster care adoption
    • Experience withevidence-based programs and data-driven approaches to solving child welfare issues preferred
    • Experience withgrant-making and/or management preferred


    • Ability to travel up to25% of the time

    The Dave Thomas Foundationfor Adoption is an equal employment opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant based on race, color, religion, religious beliefs, political affiliation, creed, HIV/AIDS status, ethnicity,
    sex, age, national origin, ancestry, disability, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy, marital status, familial status, veteran/military status, predisposing genetic characteristics, domestic violence victim status, prior arrest or any other category protected by applicable law. Any employee who engages in such conduct is subject to disciplinary action, up to and including discharge.

    Apply Here: https://www.click2apply.net/1YlO5MtAq77eqIOYwsPj2E

    Posted 5/23/23

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    To place a Featured ad ($249) or a Standard ad ($199) please pay below (PayPal) and then send your job descriptions (no PDFs please) and logo (jpg, png, gif) in separate files to vmatos39@yahoo.com.

    NAPRHSW.com offers advertising on our site for interested parties. Advertising content must be related to social work, Puerto Rican Hispanic issues, and/or the services NAPRHSW provides. NAPRHSW may, at its sole discretion, reject and/or remove any advertising that does not fit within these guidelines.


    For more information, or if you are unsure whether your ad is appropriate for our site, please feel free to contact us at vmatos39@yahoo com


    The Online Ads section is updated several times a month.

    Featured Listing

    Have your ad featured at the top of the job section as a scrolling banner. Ads will receive equal rotation within the banner. Banner ads will link directly to the ad on our jobs page. Send your ad and logo (jpg, png, gif) Cost $249 per month.

    Standard Listing

    List your ad on our Jobs page. Standard listings include your ad and Logo (jpg, png, gif).
    Cost $199 per month.