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    Associate Professor & Director

    OR Professor & Director

    Greenville, North Carolina

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    Counselor/Staff Psychologist

    Counseling Services Department

    Buffalo, NY

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    Online Field Coordinator and Assistant Instructor

    Tampa, Florida

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    Mental Health Therapist -

    Massachusetts

    Cambridge, Massachusetts

    Join Cartwheel to help tackle the student mental health crisis.

     

    To Apply Please Visit: https://boards.greenhouse.io/cartwheelcare/jobs/4219415007

     

     

    Kids spend most of their days in the classroom. And teachers and staff, who play a vital role in their

    development, are often the first to notice when something is off. But with 1 in 5 young people struggling

    with mental health, schools are getting crushed by a downward spiral in student crises and staff burnout.

    With large increases in federal funding for schools and the rise of telehealth, schools are reimagining

    what mental health support can look like.

    Cartwheel is an early-stage startup building technology-enabled mental health services that put schools

    at the center. We see our role as supporting on-campus counselors, psychologists, and school social

    workers who see kids every day. Instead of going around them, we collaborate with them. This means:

    ● Earlier intervention

    ● Higher student and family engagement in care

    ● Better coordination among the trusted adults in a student’s life

    Kids shouldn't just aspire to get out of bed and drag themselves to class. They should be able to

    experience joy. They deserve to envision and build a life they’re excited to live. If you join Cartwheel,

    you’ll help make this vision a reality for millions of students across the country. We’re backed by top

    investors including Menlo Ventures, Reach Capital, General Catalyst, BoxGroup, and Able Partners, and

    we're looking for mission-driven teammates to join our team.

     

    ABOUT THE ROLE

    We’re looking for team-oriented and mission-driven therapists who believe in the power of collaborative

    care to join our amazing and interdisciplinary care team of psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, therapists,

    and school health professionals. As a Mental Health Therapist, you'll work directly with school staff,

    students, and families in our partner school districts to build stronger systems of mental health support.

    Role type: Part-time or full-time (10-20 hours per week)

    Location: Up to 100% remote

    Start date: Immediate / Ongoing Needs

     

    WHAT YOU’LL DO

    ● Provide excellent care, including mental health assessments and skills-based teletherapy, to

    elementary, middle and high school students in Cartwheel’s partner school districts (typically 2-4

    months per student with possible extension up to 6 months)

    ● Collaborate closely with referring school counselors and other relevant providers at start of

    treatment and over the course of a student’s care journey (including through regular phone calls,

    emails, and virtual meetings)

    ● Build trusted relationships with school staff and families to support a student’s mental health

    needs, school engagement and engagement with school-based services, as applicable

    ● Provide regular psychoeducation and support to parents and caregivers to enhance a student’s

    mental health needs and individual therapy work

    ● Collaborate with Cartwheel MDs/NPs on treatment planning, care delivery and transition planning

    over a student’s care journey

    ● Partner with the External Referrals team to support the identification of referrals to community

    mental health and primary care providers

    ● Have the opportunity to participate in case consultations and discussions with other Cartwheel

    team members

    ● Help to further build Cartwheel’s clinical programming and wonderful Care Team

     

    WHO YOU ARE

    Must have…

    ● Passion for working in close partnership with schools on mental health

    ● Active license in MA to deliver mental health care (LCSW/LICSW, LMHC, LMFT, or PhD/PsyD)

    ● Experience with CBT, DBT, ACT, solution-focused therapy, and/or motivational interviewing

    ● Experience delivering care via telehealth

    ● Excellent organization, communication, and collaboration skills

    ● Ability to deliver care during our peak hours (Mon-Fri 3-8 pm ET and Sat 8-5)

    ● NOTE: As long as you have an active license in the above state, you can live and deliver care

    from anywhere in the United States

    Extra credit…

    ● Fluency in other languages (e.g., Spanish, Portuguese)

    ● Experience working in a shorter-term model of care delivery (e.g., 2 weeks to 6 months)

    ● Experience with parent guidance

    ● Excitement to join an early stage start-up and help bring Cartwheel to more students and school

    districts

    The above is a summary of the role, not an exhaustive list. If you think that you have most of the above

    but not everything, please apply. We'd love to hear from you.

     

    WHY YOU’LL LOVE CARTWHEEL

    At Cartwheel, you’ll have an unmatched provider experience.

     

    ● Flexible and up to 100% remote role (10-20 hrs/week)

    ● Competitive compensation ($55-90/hour compensation for part-time Master’s-level clinicians,

    dependent on licensure, experience, language, etc.)

    ● Team-based care model with mission-driven colleagues

    ● Administrative support from our experienced, full-time Care Coordinators so you can focus on

    delivering care

    ● Opportunities beyond clinical care, including working closely with schools on staff support,

    workshops, and other programming

    Cartwheel is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We embrace diverse backgrounds and

    perspectives and an inclusive work environment. We're committed to equal employment opportunity

    regardless of race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, disability status, or

    veteran status.

     

    Posted 2/13/24

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    ARLINGTON COUNTY, VIRGINIA

    HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT                      

    HUMAN SERVICES CLINICIAN II     

    (ADULT SERVICES / ADULT PROTECTIVE SERVICES)  

    Department of Human Services

     Arlington County, VA

    Salary Range: $76,377.60 - $116,604.80 Annually

     

    Closing Date: 1/25/2024

     

     

    An Equal Opportunity Employer/Reasonable Accommodation upon Request Work location: 2100 Washington Blvd., Arlington, (Sequoia Plaza) *ART Bus Accessible*

     

    To apply please visit: HUMAN SERVICES CLINICIAN II (AGING AND DISABILITY SERVICES) | Job Details tab Career Pages (governmentjobs.com)  

     

    POSITION INFORMATION  

     

    The Aging and Disability Services Division (ADSD) is seeking a Human Services Clinician for the Adult Protective Services (APS) unit to provide care coordination and supportive services to adults aged 60 years and older and adults age 18 years and older with a permanent disability.
      
    The Adult Protective Services unit is part of the Aging and Disability Services Division (ADSD) that strives to prevent abuse, neglect, and exploitation; ensures persons remain safely in their homes when possible; and facilitates linkages to internal and community resources. ADSD is part of an integrated social and wellness model, connecting customers to wrap around supportive services including adult protective services, adult social services, home-based nursing case management, in-home services, Medicare counseling, senior adult mental health, and volunteer guardianship. The population served is culturally and
    ethnically diverse.
      
    To learn more about our services, please visit ADSD.
      
    Duties include:     

    • Receiving reports and determining validity of allegations of abuse, neglect and exploitation of adults ages 60 and above, and adults ages 18-59 with a permanent disability, including conducting home visits and interviewing involved parties;   
    • Maintaining a caseload of clients at risk of abuse, neglect, and exploitation;   
    • Conducting face to face visits with clients within specific timeframes, coordinating home and community-based services and collaborating with others to assess risk and improve the health and safety of clients;   
    • Performing comprehensive assessments using the Virginia Uniform Assessment Instrument (UAI) to assess physical and mental health, cognitive functioning, financial situation, and formal/informal support systems;   
    • Collaborating with the client to develop and implement a person-centered, trauma informed, solution focused care plans to prevent/reduce abuse, neglect, or exploitation;    
    • Evaluating and assessing clients at risk of abuse neglect and exploitation and implement care plans to improve the safety of these clients; and   
    • Completing and participating in court processes, including but not limited to guardianship/conservatorship hearings.     

     

    SELECTION CRITERIA  

    Minimums:
          

    • Master's Degree in Human Services, Counseling, Psychology, or related clinical discipline;   
    • Completion of a practicum prior to graduation involving case management services and/or treatment services; and    
    • Two (2) years of post-master’s degree experience providing professional clinical human services to older adults, which included the application of case management services and/or treatment services.     

    Substitution: Directly related higher level clinical degrees may substitute for the Master's Degree education requirement and 1 year of experience.
       
    Desirables: Preference may be given to candidates with experience in one or more of the following:
             

    • Providing services to persons with disabilities, older adults (60+), and their families;    
    • Working in an Adult Services, APS, individuals with SMI and/or experiencing homelessness, or other case management practice;    
    • Collaborating with Courts and the legal system when providing services;   
    • Functioning within a multi-disciplinary environment that believes in applying strengths-based and person-centered approaches to the delivery of human services; and    
    • Working with individuals from diverse cultural/ethnic backgrounds.     

     

    SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS  

     

    Applicant must possess, or obtain by the time of appointment, a valid driver license or the applicant must have the ability to use alternative methods of transportation to perform assigned duties at locations other than the primary worksite. If the applicant possesses or acquires a license, the applicant must provide or authorize Arlington County to obtain a copy of official driving record. Any offer of employment may be contingent on a favorable review of the applicant's driving record.
       
    A background check and State of Virginia Child Welfare and Neglect Central Registry will be required. It may include checks
    of the following: criminal record, driving record, education, professional licensure, and credit check and may require signing a release authorizing the County to obtain this information.
       
    The position will require travel primarily in Arlington County.  

     

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION  
    Work Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Some evening and weekend work may be required. Limited telework and remote working will be permitted in accordance with job duties.
      
    Your responses to the supplemental questionnaire are considered part of the application process and are required for this position. Please do not give "see resume" as a response to the questions. Incomplete applications will not be considered.         

    All applicants must submit an online application (unless the job announcement states otherwise) for each position for which they wish to apply. The application must be submitted by the posted deadline.
      
    To apply online go to https://careers.arlingtonva.us/ click on Apply Now, scroll down the alphabetical list of job titles and click on the one in which you have an interest. The link to the employment application (APPLY) is found on each job announcement. Once completed, your application information remains in the system for you to review, edit and submit for future Arlington job openings.
      
    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 get your application into the system. Public access computers are available at all County Libraries, and in the Human Resources Department.
      
    The examination for this position may include one or more of the following: (1) evaluation of training and experience;

    (2) written and oral examination; (3) performance test;

    (4) personal interview; and (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.
      
                   

    ARLINGTON COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
    2100 Clarendon Blvd, Suite 511
    Arlington, VA 22201
    703-228-3500 from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, weekdays;
    or e-mail emunsch@arlingtonva.us
    (no resumes to this e-mail address, please)

                 
    Posted 1/12/24
     

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    Online Field Coordinator and

    Assistant Instructor

    Tampa, Florida

     

     

    The University of South Florida, School of Social Work invites applications for the MSW Online Social Work Program Field Coordinator & Assistant Instructor position. The position will be responsible for the recruitment of new community partners, continued engagement with current community partners, and the student field placement process in coordination with the Director of Field Education. The position is dedicated to providing instruction in the Online MSW programand contributing to the service needs in the School, including the admissions process, advising and other duties. This is a 12-month continual appointment, subject to annual evaluations. Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience. Promotional opportunities are provided in accordance with the University of South Florida – Tampa, Career Path for Instructors: Promotion Guidelines.

    Social work faculty members contribute to the mission of the College by preparing professional social workers for evidence based social work practice and a lifelong engagement in social justice advocacy. Candidates should demonstrate strong cultural competence. Leadership, communication, initiative, and organizational and interpersonal skills are necessary for effective collaboration with a diverse community of students, faculty, staff, and external constituents. Please see the following website for additional information about the University of South Florida and the School of Social Work: http://socialwork.cbcs.usf.edu/.

     

    Minimum Qualifications:

     

    • MSW froma CSWE accredited School of Social Work.

    Two years of full-time or the equivalent of part-time post-graduate social work practice experience.

    • Teaching experience in social work higher education.

     

    Preferred Qualifications:

     

    • Administrative experience in social work education and/or leadership in a human service agency.

    Experience in creating and developing community partnerships.

    • Experience in developing student placements.

    • Experience with competency-based standards.

    • Online teaching experience in social work education.

    • Supervisory experience with students or staff.

    • State licensure in any state.

    • Ph.D. in Social Work or related field, or DSW.

     

    As part of the College of Behavioral and Community Sciences, members of our faculty engage in innovative interdisciplinary, translational, and implementation research focusing on finding solutions to promote the quality of life, health and the safety of diverse populations and communities.

     

    More information

     

     The anticipated start date is March 2024.

     Salary iscompetitive and commensurate with qualifications & experience.

     For questions about the position, please contact the Search Committee Chair, Chris Groeber at cgroeber@usf.edu

    Position is Open Until Filled. Review of applications begins 1/18/2024.

     For ADA Accommodations, contact Elizabeth Correia at eccorreia@usf.edu

     

    How to Apply

     

    To apply, applicants must apply through the USF online application system at www.usf.edu/work-at-usf/ careers and search for Job ID 35850.

     

    Please submit:

     

     Cover Letter

     Curriculum Vitae

     

     
    Posted 12/18/23

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    License Clinical Social Worker

    Camden, New Jersey, 08103 United States

     

    Company Name: CAMcare Health Corporation

    Salary: $70000-$82000 Yearly Salary

     

     

    Who we are: CAMcare Health is made of a diverse and innovative team motivated to provide the best possible healthcare to communities in Camden and the surrounding communities. We live our values by providing primary health care to everyone regardless of their ability to pay at seven sites throughout Camden and Gloucester counties. Focused on leveling up patient care, we are incorporating technology, creative problem solving, and innovating healthcare every day.

     

    How you can make an impact: As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker you will provide Behavioral Health consultation as part of an interdisciplinary team-based model of care. Our patients receive care in the OBGYN, Pediatrics, Internal Medicine, MAT, and Dental Departments. You will be a part of our growing mission-driven organization that thrives on
    collaboration, novel thinking, and transformation.

     

    What you will do:

     

    · Conduct brief/short-term/intermediate therapy for individuals and families

     

    · Conduct biopsychosocial assessments and be familiar with other clinical assessments and use of the DSM in diagnosing and treatment

     

    · Establish and formulate comprehensive treatment goals/plans

     

    · Complete timely and accurate documentation in EMR

    · Actively participatein case conferences with behavioral health, social work staff, and other clinical staff

     

    · Make appropriate patient referrals for psych evaluations and medication management services

     

    · Maintain and manage provider schedule and maintain active patient list (caseload)

     

    · Attend monthly departmental meetings and supervision (if applicable)

    · Educate patients in the health center and community in the nature of behavioral, mental, and social health determinants on mental health

     

     

    Who you are and the expertise you bring:

     

    · Compassion for helping patients.

     

    · Must possess a current NJ License and or Certification: LCSW, LPC, LCADC

     

    · Credentialling with Medicaid, Medicare, and other Insurance panels a plus

     

    · Must have at least 3-5 years of experience working in a behavioral health setting providing individual and family counseling.

     

    · Strong background and experience in working with diverse populations

     

    · Experience working with children, adolescents, and adults

     

    · Must maintain continuing education requirements

     

    · Bilingual and fluent in Spanish is a plus

     

     

    CAMcare’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate is in alignment with applicable local, state and federal mandates. This requires that all employees are both vaccinated and boosted for COVID-19. Employees may request exemption consideration for COVID-19 vaccine requirements for valid religious and medical reasons.

    Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform their essential functions, as required under the Americans with Disabilities Act ("ADA") or other applicable state/local law.

     

    CAMcare Health Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer

     

     

    Benefits:

    · Dental insurance/Vision insurance

    · Employee assistanceprogram

    · Health insurance

    · Life insurance

    · Paid time off

    · Professionaldevelopment assistance

    · Retirement plan

    · Loan Repayment Program

     

    Apply Here:

     

    https://www.click2apply.net/NwG6KzS7GGp8MIoPnt86B5

    PI233963368

    Posted 12/18/23

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    Counselor/Staff Psychologist

    Counseling Services Department

    Buffalo, NY

     

    Apply at URL       https://www.ubjobs.buffalo.edu/postings/46834

     

    Position Summary

     

    The Counseling Services department at the University at Buffalo is seeking a generalist Counselor/Psychologist with specific interest & experience in providing counseling to college students who are experiencing personal and academic concerns. Depending upon the needs of the campus, this counselor may extend our mission by being embedded in an academic unit in one of our 13 Schools and Colleges 2-3 days per week. The successful candidate will have demonstrated expertise in serving college student populations, operating in multidisciplinary systems, and working independently.

     

    This is a multi-vacancy posting; the department is seekingto fill several positions.

     

    As a Counselor/Psychologist, your responsibilities include:

     

    · Performing individual, group and couples counseling

     

    · Providing consultations with faculty and staff on student issues

     

    · Facilitating presentations on mental healthtopics for a diverse student population

     

    · Providing on-call and crisis intervention

     

    · May supervise graduate students in psychology, social work, and mental health counseling.

     

     

    We recognize the advantages diverse perspectives and backgrounds bring to the workplace. We are particularly interested in candidates who share this value and will work to achieve the university’s goals of inclusive excellence.

     

    Minimum Qualifications

     

    · Candidate must currently have or will attain a New York State psychology license or a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) status , or Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) status within 18 months of the date of hire.

     

    · Experience required: Two years of clinical experience working with young adults (18-25 years) or adults (25+ years).

     

    Preferred Qualifications

     

    · Two years of University Counseling Center experience.

     

    · Significant experience working with individuals with persistent mental illness.

     

     

    Salary Range       $61,773- $73,773

     

    Posted 12/7/23

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