• Bilingual Mental Health Professional

    Adelanto, CA

    LCSW Clinician– Full Time Position

    (Social Services)

    Manhattan, NY

    SOCIAL WORKER III

    Quality Assurance/Improvement

    County of San Mateo, CA

    CHILDREN'S SERVICES SOCIAL WORKER II/III

    Human Services Agency

    County of San Mateo, CA

    Director of Field Education

    The University of Illinois Chicago

    Jane Addams College of Social Work

    MENTAL HEALTH PRACTITIONER /

    LICENSED MENTAL HEALTH PRACTITIONER, BILINGUAL

    Health & Human Services San Rafael, CA

    Direct Care Staff-

    Emergency Intake Staff

    Staff Albion, MI

    LCSW Clinician
    (American Sign Language Fluency)

    Paterson, NJ

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    Social Worker Bilingual

    Part Time

    NYC Health + Hospitals/North Central Bronx

    Bronx, NY

    The PAGNY Health & Research Foundation, Inc. (PHRF) is a not-for-profit organization created in 2016 to help physicians conduct cutting edge population health research and other investigations to enhance the health of all people in the diverse communities of New York City. The PHRF also works to protect our most precious commodity -- physicians -- so they can continue to provide high quality care to our most marginalized neighbors. The PHRF researchers investigate the factors that contribute to physicians’ wellness and implement innovative programs to enhance their ability to provide the best patient care in the hardest of circumstances.

     

    PAGNY physicians and allied health professionals provide high quality, comprehensive health care in the city’s public hospitals to the more than 1.8 million New Yorkers who fall below the poverty line and who have little or no health insurance. Along with quality care, these physicians have been pioneers in the search for a treatment for pediatric AIDs prevention, effective trauma procedures, and so much more.

     

    The Outreach Social Worker, under the supervision of the Program Manager, is responsible for fostering relationships with Teen Option to Prevent Pregnancy (T.O.P.P.) Program participants and provide them with needed resources while in the program. In collaboration with Nurse Educators assigned to each participant, the Social Worker will assess levels of the social determinants of health for each participant, including family planning needs as appropriate.

     

    Responsibilities include:

    • Managing the delivery of care to program participants from enrollment of the program to the end.
    • Building and maintaining proactive relationships with participants.
    • Identifying participant goals through the use of collaborative communication, counseling methods, and goal-setting to cultivate participant’s motivation to achieve behavioral changes and to help participants achieve self-sufficiency.
    • Working closely with the Program Manager, and Nurse Educators, to deliver timely-coordinated social services in line with program protocols.
    • Evaluating the profiles of participants, initiates preliminary contact, schedules face-to-face visits, and completes assessments on the participants’ individual needs to increase their levels of the social determinants of health, including family planning.
    • Consistently maintains detailed data and notes and submits to the Program Manager on a timely basis.
    • May communicate with past participants.
    • Perform other duties, as assigned.

     

    Qualifications include:

    • Licensed to work as a Social Worker (LCSW or LMSW) in New York State.
    • Minimum 2-3 years of experience, preferably in a large-scale healthcare system.
    • Proficient use of Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel) required.
    • High attention to detail. Ability to maintain high standards despite pressing deadlines.
    • Ability to work well under pressure, adapt to unexpected events, prioritize and multi-task in a deadline driven environment.
    • Must be able to prioritize a variety of time sensitive tasks.
    • Consistently display the highest degree of integrity, professionalism, diplomacy and discretion.
    • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
    • Must be able to speak and write in Spanish fluently.

     

    For more information regarding this opportunity, or to be considered, please email your resume to: Lea Power Carpenter, Director, Talent Acquisition for PAGNY, at: MoralesJ@pagny.org or apply online at:

    https://www.pagny.org/careers/foundation/bronx/6110

     

    Physician Affiliate Group of New York, P.C.

    www.pagny.org

    Equal Opportunity

     

    Posted 4/21/2021

    LCSW Clinician

    (American Sign Language Fluency)

    Paterson, NJ

    Are you interested in becoming part of the St. Joseph’s Health Team? We are currently looking to hire a Clinician for our St. Joseph’s Health/ACCESS Outpatient Services. We offer competitive salaries and a great benefit package. Please see below information regarding the details of the position:

     

    Summary

     

    The Clinician LCSW position for St. Joseph’s Health/ACCESS Outpatient Services provides services to individuals who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing in New Jersey. Services include, but are not limited to: clinical assessments; psychotherapy; treatment planning; crisis intervention; psychoeducation; referral and advocacy. The population of individuals we serve may come from diverse cultural backgrounds. Clinical, language and communication needs are varied as well.

    Required Education and Experience

    • Master’s degree in Social Work and two years of work experience
    • Licensure as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or license-eligible in the state of New Jersey
    • Ability to communicate fluently in American Sign Language
    • Valid driver’s license with acceptable safe driving record

     

     Essential Job Functions

    • Manages a caseload of deaf/hard of hearing individuals with varying clinical, communication and language needs
    • Use evidence-based models of treatment in an outpatient setting
    • Assesses and integrates biopsychosocial, medical, educational and vocational information into treatment planning and therapeutic services
    • Provides crisis intervention to de-escalate situations and promote stabilization
    • Ensures compliance with state regulations and other governing bodies

     

    If you are interested in applying, please click on the link below:

     

    https://jobs.stjosephshealth.org/job/paterson/clinician-american-sign-language-fluency-required/998/3190328256

     

    Posted 4/21/2021

    Direct Care Staff- Emergency Intake Staff

    Staff Albion, MI

    Description: Direct Care Staff - Emergency Intake Site

           

    PAE is seeking experienced Direct Care Services professionals to serve in various levels of team leadership for line-of-sight supervision and program implementation in Albion, MI.

     

    All positions are temporary, full-time, and contingent upon contract award.

    • Youth Care Workers/Team Leads/Supervisors
    • Child Welfare Program Leads/Coordinators
    • Case Managers
    • Mental Health Clinicians
    • Physicians/Pediatricians
    • Registered Nurses
    • Physician’s Assistants and Nurse Practitioner

     

    REQUIREMENTS:

    • Experience working with UACs required.
    • Experience working at influx shelters required.
    • Education/License requirements based on position.
    • Experience working the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR), or related organizations required.
    • Bilingual English/Spanish
    • Clean criminal background check
    • At least 21 years old

           

    PAE is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. Our hiring practices provide equal opportunity for employment without regard to race, religion, color, sex, gender, national origin, age, United States military veteran’s status, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, family structure, medical condition including genetic characteristics or information, veteran status, or mental or physical disability so long as the essential functions of the job can be performed with or without reasonable accommodation, or any other protected category under federal, state, or local law.

           

    EEO is the Law Poster

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    Link to Apply: https://pae.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/PAE_Careers/job/US-MI-Albion/_R0057402

     

    Posted 4/21/2021

    MENTAL HEALTH PRACTITIONER /

    LICENSED MENTAL HEALTH PRACTITIONER, BILINGUAL

    Health & Human Services San Rafael, CA

    $7,163 - $8,604 / Month

    * 6% differential for Professional License

     

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

     

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

     

    The Mental Health Practitioner / Licensed Mental Health Practitioner-Bilingual in Children and Families Services (CFS) works closely with Child Welfare Workers to assess the mental health needs of children and adult clients and make appropriate referrals to county mental health and other providers for services, including language-appropriate services for Spanish-speaking clients. This position is also responsible for facilitating Child and Family Team meetings and administering the Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths assessments to the children and youth on their caseload. This position serves as a liaison between Child Welfare and Behavioral Health. The incumbent is responsible for ensuring that all children served by CFS are properly screened, assessed, and connected with services in a timely manner, including children who live in other counties and other states. This position also provides consultation and training to staff, parents, resource parents, and community partners on relevant topics as needed.

     

    The ideal candidate for this position will have experience working with a diverse population of children and families whose lives have been negatively impacted by poverty, substance use, domestic violence, mental illness, and other life stressors. As this is a position in child welfare, the incumbent must demonstrate an understanding of how the above factors impact parents’ ability to safely care for their children as well as engage clients of various racial, cultural, and socio-economic backgrounds.

     

    The ideal candidate will also have experience facilitating Child and Family Team meetings or their equivalent and have skill in leading groups through challenging discussions in a solution-focused and trauma-informed manner. The ideal candidate will also have experience in administering Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths assessments or similar evidence-based assessment tools, and incorporating the results of those assessments into case or treatment planning. The ideal candidate will have familiarity working with the Spanish-speaking population and will approach working with diverse communities with humility. The ideal candidate must also possess strong skills in mental health assessment, written and oral communication, client engagement, use of computer databases, performing under stress, working both in a team and independently, collaboration, and navigating mental health systems.

     

    We recognize your time is valuable, so please do not apply if you do not have at least the following required Minimum Qualifications:

     

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

     

    Experience, Certificates and Licenses

     

    • Mental Health Practitioner: Any combination of experience that would provide the knowledge and skills listed. Typically, equivalent to one year of clinical mental health experience under qualified supervision in a mental health setting appropriate to the assignment, as described below. Must be eligible and sit for professional licensure as a Clinical Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist, Clinical Psychologist, Professional Clinical Counselor or Registered Nurse within timelines consistent with the California Welfare and Institutions Code. Failure to obtain licensure within the specified timelines will result in termination of employment.
    • Licensed Mental Health Practitioner: Any combination of experience that would provide the knowledge and skills listed. Typically, equivalent to two years of clinical mental health experience under qualified supervision in a mental health setting appropriate to the assignment, as described below. Must be professionally licensed as a Clinical Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist, Clinical Psychologist, Professional Clinical Counselor or Registered Nurse in the State of California. Qualified non-California residents must obtain a California license within timelines consistent with the California Welfare and Institutions Code. Failure to obtain licensure within the specified timelines will result in termination of employment.

     

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

     

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

     

    Filing Deadline: This recruitment will close on Friday, April 30th at 4:00 PM PST. Resumes are not accepted in lieu of County application and supplemental application form. Apply online here or at: www.marincounty.org/jobs. For any questions, please contact the Marin County HR Dept at jobs@marincounty.org or call (415) 473-2126. EEO/TTY

     

    Posted 4/21/2021

    Director of Field Education

    The University of Illinois Chicago

    Jane Addams College of Social Work

     

    Summary:

     

    Jane Addams College of Social Work (JACSW) at the University of Illinois Chicago (UIC) invites applications for the position of Director of Field Education (ADR), starting July 1, 2021.


    Position Responsibilities and Qualifications:

     

    The Director of Field Education carries the mission of serving urban at-risk populations, engaging marginalized communities, carrying out research and disseminating knowledge, and promoting leadership in the practice of social work. In the context of that mission, the Director of Field Education thinks broadly about the field of social work, can conceptualize social work practice in various settings, understands the difference in classroom-based courses and field education, and can translate that knowledge into field placement opportunities for students. The Director of Field Education is responsible for immediate and long-range planning for the Field Division and integration of field practice into the total curriculum. The College’s faculty, staff, and student body are culturally, racially and ethnically diverse; its academic programs, research centers, and service programs are ranked among the best in the nation.

                              

    Minimum requirements for the Director of Field Education position include:

    • Master of Social Work degree from a Council on Social Work Education accredited program.
    • A minimum of five years post-MSW experience in direct practice, community practice, or as a field liaison.
    • A minimum of two years of supervisory and/or administrative experience.
    • Prior experience as a field instructor or teaching social work courses.
    • Strong knowledge, skills, and experience working with diverse students and/or client systems, particularly from Black and Latinx communities.
    • An awareness, sensitivity, and commitment to the educational goals of a diverse population through training, teaching, and other professional experiences.
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, organizational ability, analytic skills, and problem-solving ability.

     

    Additional preferred requirements for the Director of Field Education position include:

    • Experience with online pedagogy.
    • Experience with engaging in online social work practice.

     

     

    The Director of Field Education will hold a faculty position with the rank of Clinical or Teaching Assistant or Associate professor (without tenure). All applications must be submitted online. Please submit a letter of application, a curriculum vitae and the name and address of three references through the following link: https://jobs.uic.edu/job-board/job-details?jobID=144717

     

    For fullest consideration, applications should be received by April 30, 2021.

     

    The Job closes May 14, 2021.

     

    The University of Illinois Chicago is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

     

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

     

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

     

     

    Posted 4/21/2021

    LICENSED SOCIAL WORKER

    OR MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELOR

    Staten Island, New York

    Integrity Senior Services (ISS)

     

    For almost 2 decades, ISS has focused on enhancing the mental health and emotional well-being of our clients. ISS specializes in the treatment of older adults, caregivers, and the disabled. Mental health counseling services are provided to those people who are home-bound, in adult homes, assisted living facilities and nursing homes across New York state.

     

    This is a unique opportunity available to NYS Licensed Social Workers and NYS Licensed Mental Health Counselors on a fee-for-service basis. As a counselor, you will provide therapy to a diverse population of home-bound adults struggling with mental health issues related to aging and/or disabilities. Our office streamlines referrals and all administration needed to support clinicians.

     

    During the Coronavirus emergency, we are experiencing an increased need for our Telehealth counseling services.

    Why chose ISS?

    Flexible work hours

    • Fee-for-Service compensation based on hours worked and sessions completed
    • Supervision provided
    • Competitive compensation

     

    Qualifications:

    • Masters’ Degree
    • New York State Department of Education License
    • Prior experience working with the elderly population is preferred, but not required

     

    Job Type: Part-time

     

    Please send resume to: hr@integrityseniorservices.com

     

    Contact information: Phone: 718-494-2858 x 300

    Fax: 718-494-5749

     

    www.integrityseniorservices.com

     

     

    Posted 4/16/2021

     

    CHILDREN'S SERVICES SOCIAL WORKER II/III

    Human Services Agency

     

    County of San Mateo, CA

    $6,524-$9,622 / Month

     

     

    The Human Services Agency (HSA) of County of San Mateo is seeking 9 (nine) qualified applicants for the position of Children's Services Social Worker II/III in the Children and Family Services Branch.

     

    Assignments can be made to the following Children and Family Services units: After Hours, Intake/Screening, Emergency Response, Adoptions, Permanent Placement, Family Maintenance & Reunification, AB12, Licensing, and Court Investigations. Traditionally, new workers are assigned to Emergency Response, Court Investigations, or Family Maintenance & Reunification, however, that may shift based on agency needs. For this specific recruitment, some new workers will likely be placed in the Weekend and After Hours units.

     

    Social Workers within this branch provide and perform a wide variety of Child Welfare Services to neglected, abused, or dependent children and their families to:

    • Ensure the health, welfare, and safety of children.
    • Keep children with their families by providing services, which would safely maintain the children in the home.
    • Arrange substitute care in relatives' homes, shelter care, foster care, group homes, and institutions when necessary.
    • Develop a permanency plan for children who are unable to return home.
    • Effectively work with a team of professionals comprised of diverse backgrounds.
    • Perform safety and risk assessments.
    • Provide crisis intervention.
    • Make referrals for children and families.
    • Provide services to children taken into protective custody pending juvenile court action.
    • Appear and present cases in court.
    • Write court reports and treatment/case plans.
    • Serve as officers of the juvenile court, acting for and as directed by the court in all relationships with their clients.

     

    New hires from this recruitment will train in the Children and Family Services (CFS) New Worker Training Unit (NWTU) prior to unit assignment. Children and Family Services operates on a 24/7 schedule. Some assignments are required to work nights, weekends, and holidays. Additionally, this position is subject to on-call shifts. Some shifts may include an differential rate according to the AFSME MOU (link).

     

    The ideal candidate will possess:

    • Mastery of core Child Welfare Services competencies.
    • Master's degree from an accredited college or university in a counseling program emphasizing Marriage, Family and Child Counseling, or Marriage and Family Therapy; Possession of a Master's Degree in Social Work is highly desirable.
    • Knowledge of various techniques in interviewing, counseling, family engagement, and problem solving.
    • Knowledge of trauma informed assessment and intervention.
    • Knowledge of ages and stages of child development.
    • Knowledge of the grief and loss cycles/process.
    • Knowledge of substance abuse treatment modalities.
    • Work experience in establishing rapport with clients and their families of diverse backgrounds.
    • The ability to incorporate safety, permanency, and well-being when working with families.
    • The ability to successfully manage multiple, competing priorities.
    • The ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing.
    • Preferably, the ability to speak Spanish; Candidates must pass the Spanish fluency examination.

     

    NOTE: While these vacancies are in the Children and Family Services department, the eligible list generated from this recruitment may be used to fill future extra-help, limited term, unclassified, and regular classified vacancies in other HSA divisions and county departments.

     

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

    Experience:

    • II Level: One year of experience performing duties comparable to those of a Level I Children's Services Social Worker
    • III Level: Two years of experience performing duties comparable to those of a Level II Children's Services Social Worker

     

    These positions require a California class C driver license or equivalent.
     

    FINAL FILING DATE: April 19, 2021

     

    To learn more about the position and to apply online, please visit our website at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sanmateo/jobs/2895098/childrens-services-social-worker-ii-iii-open-and-promotional. Applications are only accepted online. Responses to the supplemental questions must be submitted in addition to our regular employment application form. A resume will not be accepted as a substitute for the required employment application and supplemental questionnaire. EOE

     

    Posted 4/12/2021

    Director, Wellness & Prevention Services

    Babson College

      Babson Park Massachusetts 02457 United States

    The Director, Wellness & Prevention Services provides leadership and functional oversight for Alcohol & Other Drug Services (AODS), Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Services (SAPRS), and oversees all Mental Health Promotion and Sexual Health Promotion initiatives. Specific responsibilities include serving as a member of the Student Success Leadership Team, along with department heads from Accessibility Services, Counseling and Psychological Services, Health Services, Religious & Spiritual Life, and Student Advising & Success; overseeing the service delivery, budget, strategic planning, and assessment of Wellness & Prevention Services; and working closely with other members of the department, students, and colleagues throughout the organization on the development of a comprehensive and collaborative health and wellness program in support of students' academic, personal, and professional development.

     

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Oversees comprehensive support and intervention services for survivors of sexual and/or relationship violence to include crisis response services, advocacy regarding medical, legal, administrative and academic options, and case management.
    • Oversees SAFE Hotline and serves in an on-call rotation as an advocate for students who have experienced sexual and/or relationship violence.
    • Supervises intervention services for students seeking support regarding substance use, including Brief Alcohol Screening & Intervention for College Students (BASICS).
    • Coordinates a collaborative mental health promotion program with Counseling & Psychological Services to include stress management and resiliency curricula, mindfulness practices, sleep resources, and initiatives designed to increase social connectedness.
    • Supervises print and web-based publications for all Wellness & Prevention Services activities including brochures, and info/fact sheets; maintains office website and related social media accounts; and provides support for health communications to other health and wellness departments.
    • Coordinates delivery of Health & Wellness orientation programs for undergraduate and graduate students.
    • Supervises peer health education program and related activities.
    • Manages budgets and fiscal resources; responsible for long and short-range strategic, fiscal, and organizational planning.
    • Supervises implementation of the National College Health Assessment and other survey tools, tracks trends, develops reports, and measures program effectiveness.
    • Develops monthly dashboard indicator reports for the Associate Vice President, Student Success.
    • Ensures compliance with local, state, and federal laws including but not limited to CLERY, Title IX, VAWA, Campus SaVE, and more.
    • Implements best practices in accordance with Massachusetts law (civil and criminal) and campus policies in a non-judgmental manner, maintaining confidentiality as defined by applicable professional codes, laws, and policies.
    • Collaborates closely with campus partners in the development of a holistic and integrated approach to health and wellness at Babson College.
    • Participates in departmental and institutional diversity and inclusion initiatives; ensure the delivery of culturally competent care for a diverse student body.
    • Assumes additional responsibilities as required.

    Supervises:

     

    Assistant Director, Wellness & Prevention Services

    Hotline Advocates

    Graduate Interns

    Student Workers/Work-Study Student(s)

     

    Education Requirements:

    Minimum Level of Education Required Master's degree in Public Health, Social Work, Counseling, Education or related field plus certification as a rape crisis counselor in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

    Position Knowledge/Skills & Abilities Requirements:

    • 10+ years of experience in health promotion, violence prevention, and/or substance abuse prevention and 5 years previous management experience.
    • Must have experience assisting survivors, victims, and those affected by experiences of gendered violence
    • Must have strong verbal and written communication skills
    • Ability to build relationships and establish collaborative partnerships across the institution
    • Ability to work in a culturally diverse environment and interact with culturally diverse individuals at all levels of the organization
    • Demonstrated ability to work discreetly with sensitive information
    • Ability to establish credibility and confidence with stakeholders
    • Demonstrated technological competence with an appreciation and skill to apply technology in departmental operations and proficiency
    • Must have strong presentation, organizational, and interpersonal skills, and must be able to maintain a high degree of confidentiality at all times
    • Must have broad knowledge of the dynamics of power, privilege, and oppression, gendered violence, and sexual and intimate partner violence on campus
    • Demonstrated experience effectively using independent judgment and making professional decisions and recommendations in situations that require highly individualized planning in effectively advocating for the complainant
    • Must have experience working independently and as a collaborative team member
    • Ability to create an environment where direct reports have the freedom and security to take initiative; deal with complexities with resilience, resourcefulness, and optimism; and appreciate open mindedness, creativity, and agility in thought and tactics.
    • Ability to embrace ideas and changes created by all community members.
    • Ability to work independently to solve problems; look for opportunities to take on responsibility; take thoughtful risks; and effectively acts on new and ongoing initiatives, objectives, and solutions to gain sought-after results.
    • Ability to anticipate and effectively handle change; demonstrate willingness to try new skills and challenging tasks; and is flexible in changing conditions.
    • Must have knowledge and understanding of Title IX, CampusSave, Clery, Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act, and related legislation

    Working Conditions:

    Requires frequent evening/weekend work

    Additional Experience, Skills & Abilities:

    • Prior experience as a BASICS Provider
    • Prior experience as a rape crisis counselor

     

    Interested candidates should apply via our website https://babson.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/Staff


    We are an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other protected characteristic. The EEO is the Law poster is available here. Babson College is committed to enhancing diversity and inclusion across all levels of the College. Candidates who believe they can contribute to this value are strongly encouraged to apply.


    Apply Here:   https://www.click2apply.net/V7jLoyf7XqNlfWbPHOw5M

     


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    Posted 4/12/2021

    Social Worker

    Various Locations

    Westchester County, NY

    Location & Overview:
     

    Westchester Jewish Community Services (WJCS) has several openings for full time and part time Social Workers to work in our outpatient clinics. Currently there are openings in our Peekskill, Mt. Vernon, and Yonkers OMH licensed mental health clinics. Many clinical services are being provided virtually via telehealth during this pandemic. The candidate may expect to work 1-2 days in the office and the balance of the hours remotely; including evening hours, with a flexible schedule. Clinic location and hours may be flexible.

     

    About WJCS:

     

    Westchester Jewish Community Services (WJCS) is one of the largest outpatient mental health providers in Westchester County, NY. We deliver mental health treatment through our four main clinics located in Hartsdale, Yonkers, Mt. Vernon and Peekskill and through nine satellite clinics. In addition, WJCS has over 80 clinical programs that provide a wide range of supportive community services to more than 20,000 adults, children and families each year. We are proud of our Educational Institute, offering our clinical staff opportunities for training and supervision in a wide range of evidence- based practices. Opportunities for employee growth through supervision, training and collaboration underscore our values. We work collaboratively with a full multidisciplinary team including psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, social workers, care managers, education specialists, and direct care workers. Our collective mission is to strengthen communities by helping people of all ages and backgrounds overcome emotional, physical, cognitive, and social challenges.

     

    Job Description:

    • Full-time or part time clinical social worker; license or eligibility to become licensed required.
    • Treatment of adults, adolescents, and children with a wide range of psychiatric diagnosis
    • Evidence-based treatment approach, experience with CBT/DBT a plus
    • Bilingual in English/Spanish a plus
    • Generous vacation, health benefits, pension plan, 403b, and more…

     

     

    At WJCS we value our employees, their contributions, and their growth. We demonstrate this commitment with much more than highly competitive benefits and compensation - we show it every day in the way we work together, embracing leadership behaviors that are recognized and rewarded throughout our system. We value you, your growth and your contributions.

     

    Application Process:

    To apply, please email your resume and cover letter to Ashley DeNicolais, Human Resources Clerk at adenicolais@wjcs.com.

     

     

    Applicant to Contact

    Ashely DeNicholais

    Human Resources Clerk

    adenicolais@wjcs.com

    phone 914-761-0600 ext. 2119

    WJCS IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

     

    Posted 3/31/2021

    SOCIAL SERVICE PROGRAM MANAGER

    Children & Family Services

    San Rafael, CA

    $8,779 - $10,613 / Month

     

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

     

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

     

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

     

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

     

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

     

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

     

    Filing Deadline: This recruitment will close on Wednesday, April 14th at 4:00 PM PST. Resumes are not accepted in lieu of County application and supplemental application form. Apply online here or at: www.marincounty.org/jobs. For any questions, please contact the Marin County HR Dept at jobs@marincounty.org or call (415) 473-2126. EEO/TTY

     

    Posted 3/31/2021

    Administrator LCSW, LMFT or Lic PsyD

    Crisis Residential Mental Health Program 177

    Telecare is a behavioral healthcare company providing diverse mental health services to individuals with complex needs. We specialize in serving individuals with SMI, housing, SUD, hospitalizations and comorbidities.

     

    We are building a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic, and multi-generational company! We hope you choose Telecare!

     

    To apply, visit: https://apptrkr.com/2203724

     

    Posted 3/31/2021

    Associate Director for Rape Crisis & Counseling Services

    Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts

    Apply now  Job no: 507628
    Work type: Staff Full Time
    Location: UMass Amherst
    Department: Center for Women and Community
    Union: PSU
    Categories: Professional Staff Union (PSU), Student Affairs & Services
     

    About UMass Amherst

    UMass Amherst, the Commonwealth's flagship campus, is a nationally ranked public research university offering a full range of undergraduate, graduate and professional degrees. The University sits on nearly 1,450-acres in the scenic Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts, and offers a rich cultural environment in a bucolic setting close to major urban centers. In addition, the University is part of the Five Colleges (including Amherst College, Hampshire College, Mount Holyoke College, and Smith College), which adds to the intellectual energy of the region.

     

    Job Summary

    Under the general supervision of the CWC Director, the Associate Director for Rape Crisis and Counseling Services is responsible for the development, administration, evaluation and continuous quality improvement of trauma informed comprehensive general counseling and rape crisis services for the University and Hampshire County area. Primary services include: 24-hour rape crisis hotline, legal and medical advocacy, counseling, and support groups for victims/survivors of rape battering and sexual assault and general counseling. The Associate Director participates on the management team providing leadership for the daily operations of and long-term success of the Center for Women & Community and has primary responsibility for grant development and fiscal accountability.

     

    Essential Functions

    • Develop, plan, direct, oversee and assess counseling and rape crisis programs and services, providing crisis response and management, serving the diverse community including people of all genders throughout UMass Amherst, the Five Colleges and Hampshire County. Oversees compliance with regulations, standards and protocols including those regarding privileged communication between rape crisis counselors and victims, mandated reporting of child and elder abuse, and Criminal Record (CORI) Checks.  Represents CWC in absence of Director.
    • Selects, trains and supervises professional staff.  Oversees all interns, volunteers and student staff. Researches and develops grant and contract proposals to support rape crisis services and center programming. Ensures compliance with terms and conditions of multiple grants and contracts, including training and reporting requirements.  Manages grant and contract funded budgets.  Ensures attendance at mandated provider meetings and trainings.
    • Provide leadership to build positive and inclusive communities to achieve the mission, vision and values of the organization in collaboration with a broad range of campus and community partners.  Implements outreach strategies and effective partnerships with campus and community groups to promote program collaboration.  Acts as liaison to Jane Doe, Inc.  Participates on relevant University, Five College, community and state councils, committees and task forces. 
    • Influences policies and procedures and negotiates protocols with campus and community agencies and groups dealing with issues of sexual assault response and prevention, including public safety and medical personnel.  May be asked to represent University on related issues in response to media inquiries.  Oversees related development of internal and external reports.
    • Participates in long and short-range planning, policy development and allocation of resources as a member of CWC's management team. 
    • Performs other related duties as required.

     

    Other Functions

    • Performs related duties as assigned or required to meet Department, Executive Area/Division, and University goals and objectives.
    • Understands responsibilities with respect to Title IX, Clery and other compliance requirements.
    • Demonstrates capacity, skill and willingness to engage students and contribute to student success.
    • Works collaboratively with other campus stakeholders to fulfill the mission of Student Affairs and Campus Life.
    • Understands responsibilities with respect to conflicts of interest and behaves in ways consistent both with law and with University policy.
    • Contributes toward creating a positive and respectful workplace defined by personal and professional competence, integrity, and collaboration.
    • Understands and contributes to implementation of departmental and institutional goals for achieving non-discrimination and creating a respectful, inclusive environment that is supportive of diversity.
    • Uses access to sensitive and/or not yet public university related information only in the performance of the responsibilities of position and exercises care to prevent unnecessary disclosure to others.

     

    Minimum Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, Education, Experience, Certifications, Licensure)

    • Master’s Degree in public health, higher education, social work or related field plus five or more years progressive related experience to include administering comparable programs, and experience in rape crisis services and/or violence prevention. 
    • Ability to effectively manage and respond to high risk crisis and safety situations.   
    • Proven ability to lead critical and strategic planning, organize and manage concurrent priorities and projects including fiscal management, grant-writing, and outreach informed by best practice, federal and state laws, and compliance requirements. 
    • Proven ability to lead, coach and develop diverse staff team including the selection, training, supervision and retention of staff. Demonstrated understanding of unique needs related to service provision by a volunteer staff. 
    • Contemporary knowledge of theory and best practices related to trauma informed practice and effective strategies relating to supporting both staff providing crisis services and victims/survivors in need of support.   
    • Ability to interact professionally, effectively, and collaboratively with broad range of campus and community partners constituencies. 
    • Excellent written and verbal communication and organizational skills.
    • Strong proficiency in various contemporary technology platforms including Microsoft Office applications and electronic communications required.
    • Ability and willingness to travel. Some weekend or evening hours required. A valid driver's license and access to car required.

     

    Preferred Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, Education, Experience, Certifications, Licensure)

    • Licensure in Massachusetts for independent practice of clinical social work (LICSW)
    • Experience working in higher education setting.  
    • Experience partnering with police, medical and legal professionals, teachers, schools, and other human service providers for comprehensive services.  
    • Experience supervising union staff. 

     

    Physical Demands/Working Conditions

    • Typical counseling and psychological health clinic environment and activity
    • Ability to work in a noisy, crisis response environment

     

    Additional Details

    •  Supervision Received:
      • Under direct supervision of the Director of Center for Women & Community
    • Supervision Exercised: 
      • Number of non-student employees directly supervised: 7-9
      • Number of non-student employees indirectly supervised: 1-10 
      • Number of student employees supervised at any given time: up to 100

     

    Work Schedule

    • Typical work schedule M-F; 8:30am-5:00pm; required to work some nights and weekends

     

    Salary Information

    • Professional Staff Salary Administration Program Position Level 30
    • Salary Chart

     

    Special Instructions to Applicants

    Please submit your cover letter, resume, and contact information for three professional references.

    Applicants should apply by the deadline of 04-05-2021 in order to ensure consideration. However, review of applications may continue beyond that date until a suitable candidate pool has been identified.

     

    UMass Amherst is committed to a policy of equal opportunity without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, age, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, disability, military status, or genetic information in employment, admission to and participation in academic programs, activities, and services, and the selection of vendors who provide services or products to the University. To fulfill that policy, UMass Amherst is further committed to a program of affirmative action to eliminate or mitigate artificial barriers and to increase opportunities for the recruitment and advancement of qualified minorities, women, persons with disabilities, and covered veterans. It is the policy of the UMass Amherst to comply with the applicable federal and state statutes, rules, and regulations concerning equal opportunity and affirmative action.

    Advertised: Eastern Daylight Time

     

    Posted 3/31/2021

    School Mental Health Counselor 

    Full-Time Position

    Mt. Hermon, MA

    Northfield Mount Hermon seeks a committed professional to provide short and longer-term individual and group counseling to adolescent students anchored in multicultural frameworks and treatment modalities. This is a full-time 10 month position. As a member of NMH Health Services, the position works collaboratively and consults with the Health Center’s other mental health counselors, NMH’s consulting psychiatrist, and Health Services staff to support faculty, deans, and other professional staff in their work with students. Together, we work to promote community understanding of the social-emotional well-being and intersectionality of the identity of students. The counselor will hold a caseload of students and participate in a regular on-call shift for off-hour emergencies. Other responsibilities may include leading training for student leaders, occasional dorm-based or faculty discussions on adolescent issues and serving as a member of the mental health crisis response team.

     

    The successful candidate must be licensed or licensed eligible by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and will preferably have a master's in clinical social work or an advanced degree in clinical psychology or counseling psychology. Additional qualifications include: at least five years of previous counseling experience; strong interpersonal, organizational and communication skills; and a demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with diverse populations.

     

    Candidates are expected to have experience in equity and inclusion work that supports a diverse community in a boarding school environment. They should also have a demonstrated interest in making a positive impact on the lives of adolescents.

     

    Send cover letter, resume, transcripts and two letters of recommendation to:

     

    Office of the Assistant Head of School for Academic Programs and Dean of Faculty

    Northfield Mount Hermon

    One Lamplighter Way, Mt. Hermon, MA 01354

    Phone: (413) 498-3432; Fax: (413) 498-3155

    Faculty_Recruitment@nmhschool.org

     

    **Screening will begin immediately and continue until position is filled.**

    Northfield Mount Hermon School is an Equal Opportunity Employer

     

    Posted 3/19/2021

    TENURE TRACK – ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS, SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK

    Robert Stempel College of Public Health & Social Work

     

    Miami, Florida

    Florida International University is Miami’s public research university, focused on student success. According to U.S. News and World Report, FIU has 42 top-50 rankings in the nation among public universities. FIU is a top U.S. research university (R1), with more than $200 million in annual expenditures. FIU ranks 15th in the nation among public universities for patent production, which drives innovation, and is one of the institutions that helps make Florida the top state for higher education. The Next Horizon fundraising campaign is furthering FIU’s commitment to providing students Worlds Ahead opportunities. Today, FIU has two campuses and multiple centers, and supports artistic and cultural engagement through its three museums: Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum, the Wolfsonian-FIU, and the Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU. FIU is a member of Conference USA, with more than 400 student-athletes participating in 18 sports. The university has awarded more than 330,000 degrees to many leaders in South Florida and beyond. For more information about FIU, visit www.fiu.edu.

     

    The School of Social Work in the Robert Stempel College of Public Health and Social Work at Florida International University is seeking to fill three tenure-track positions at the ranks of Assistant and Associate Professor in the School of Social Work. The College includes eight units: School of Social Work, Biostatistics, Environmental Health Sciences, Epidemiology, Health Policy and Management, Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, Dietetics and Nutrition, as well the Academy for International Disaster Preparedness.

     

    The School of Social Work offers BSSW, MSW, and PhD degrees. The faculty are committed to excellence in research, teaching and service, have substantial records of funded scholarship, and have national and international reputations. The positions offer a unique opportunity to research and educate at a minority/Hispanic-serving institution, where many of the students are first time in college and/or graduate school. The University, College, and School offer a diverse array of opportunities for interdisciplinary research collaborations and community-based research endeavors. The School is the leading social work program in South Florida, an area known for its diverse population and cultures. South Florida is an international hub for recreation, tourism, and transportation.

     

    Responsibilities: Successful candidates will be expected to maintain an active program of research through scholarly publications, external grant funding, and professional presentations; teach and mentor undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students; and participate in service activities.

     

    Qualifications: Candidates must have a PhD in Social Work or closely-related field and a record of funded research and peer-reviewed scholarly publications. While area(s) of specialization are open, applicants are encouraged to describe possible connections between their work and emerging preeminent https://beyondpossible.fiu.edu/emerging-preeminent-programs/index.html and preeminent https://beyondpossible.fiu.edu/preeminent-programs/ research programs at FIU. Candidates from ethnic and racially underrepresented populations in academia are strongly encouraged to apply. The University is responsive to the needs of dual career couples.

     

    Salary: Commensurate with education and experience.

     

    Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply to Job Opening ID 522944 at https://facultycareers.fiu.edu/ and attach a single pdf that includes a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and statements of research and teaching philosophy. Candidates will be requested to provide names and contact information for at least three references who will be contacted as determined by the search committee. To receive full consideration, applications and required materials should be received by March 16, 2021. Review will continue until position is filled. Please direct inquiries to the Search Committee Chair: Dr. Shanna Burke at sburke@fiu.edu

     

    FIU is a member of the State University System of Florida and an Equal Opportunity, Equal Access Affirmative Action Employer all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

     

    Posted 3/10/2021

    LCSW Clinician– Full Time Position

    (Social Services)

    Manhattan, New York

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

     

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

     

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

     

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

     

     

    Send resume and cover letter including salary requirements to:

    Teresa Theophano, LCSW

    Senior Vice President for Community Programs

    ttheophano@spop.org

     

     

    Posted 3/10/2021

    SOCIAL WORKER III

    Quality Assurance/Improvement

    County of San Mateo, CA

    $40.48-$50.58/Hour

     

    The Human Services Agency at the County of San Mateo is currently looking for qualified candidates for their Social Worker III positions. Under general supervision, the Social Worker IIIs will perform a variety of specialized tasks supporting continuous quality improvement for Children and Family Services (CFS) and Employment Services in order to achieve the following goals:

     

    • Ensure compliance with federal, state, and local child welfare requirements.
    • Determine what is happening to children and families as they are engaged in child welfare services and adult reentry services.
    • Assist children, adults, and families to achieve positive outcomes.
    • Determine equity in service delivery for the adult reentry population.

     

    Currently, there is one regular/permanent vacancy in the Staff Development branch.

     

    The primary responsibilities of the Social Worker III in Staff Development would be to:

    • Review and monitor CFS compliance to federal and state regulations as related to case service delivery, including research of program and quality assurance regulations and procedures, preparation of reports on findings, identification of problems of non-compliance, and recommendation on corrective action regarding discrepancies.
    • Perform case reviews for CFS and adult reentry population, interviews with families, service providers, and stakeholders to evaluate data for errors and compliance with state and federal regulations, provide recommendation and referrals for further investigation into the results.
    • Compile and submit statistical and narrative reports and provide evidence of compliance related to federal and state policies and procedures.

     

    The ideal candidate will have:

    • Strong assessment skills, including the ability to:
      • Gather information from interviews and from written documents.
      • Pursue the collection of information from various sources, including CWS databases (CWS/CMS, SafeMeasures, Structured Decision Making (SDM) and Efforts to Outcomes (ETO).
      • Note-take and compile information obtained from multiple sources.
      • Make professional judgments based on the information collected during the review.
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
    • Strong interviewing skills.
    • Availability and willingness to travel to conduct interviews, including evenings and weekends.

     

    Licensure/Certification: California class C driver's license or equivalent.

     

    Education: Satisfactory completion of 36 semester units of Social Welfare and/or appropriate behavioral science courses.

     

    Experience: Three years of experience performing duties comparable to those of a Social Worker II or higher in the County of San Mateo.

     

    Substitution: Possession of a Master's Degree in Social Work from an accredited school of Social Work and two years of experience performing duties comparable to those of a Social Worker II or higher in the County of San Mateo.

     

    To learn more about the position and to apply online, please visit our website at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sanmateo/jobs/2943846-0/social-worker-iii-quality-assurance-improvement-open-and-promotional. Applications are only accepted online. EOE

     

    Posted 2/27/2021

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