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    Director of Clinical Services

    Amherst, MA

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    Associate Professor & Director

    OR Professor & Director

    Greenville, North Carolina

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    Counseling Services Department

    Buffalo, NY

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    Director of Clinical Services

    Amherst, MA

    Salary Range: (Level 30) 73,430- 110, 145
    To Apply Click Here:


    Job no: 522499
    Work type: Staff Full Time
    Department: Center for Women and Community
    Union: PSU
    Categories: 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 Center for Women and Community (CWC) Director, and as a member of the CWC leadership team, the Director of Clinical Services administers the General Counseling Program and provides clinical supervision to the Sexual Assault Support and Advocacy team operating a 24/7 rape crisis hotline, counseling, support groups and legal and medical advocacy.


    Essential Functions 

    • Develops, administers, and evaluates a Master’s level internship training program that is a field placement site for area schools of social work. Develops and maintains partnerships with MSW programs in New England to recruit diverse counseling interns.
    • Oversees development and maintenance of general counseling services. Creates and provides oversight of general counseling support groups. Hires and provides clinical and administrative supervision to support group facilitators.
    • Provides clinical supervision to sexual assault support and advocacy staff and ensures compliance with regard to clinical oversight of a rape crisis center.
    • Supervises and provides assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of a variety of clinical presentations.
    • Ensures compliance with applicable federal and state laws/ regulations, and professional standards of ethical practice, concerning all clinical functions, including mandated reporting. Acts as clinical records manager responsible for responding to requests for records and information, as needed/required.
    • Develops and manages outreach strategies, program reports and service statistics, and assists with funding applications and budgets.
    • May represent the organization at the campus, community and state level with a range of stakeholders.  Develops and implements community crisis support strategies in response to emerging current events.


    Other Functions 

    • Performs related duties as assigned or required. 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.
    • 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. 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 clinical social work (MSW) and licensure in Massachusetts for independent practice of clinical social work (LICSW).
    • Five years of clinical experience and relevant experience in the administration of programs.
    • Experience providing clinical supervision.
    • Experience in the provision of services to survivors of sexual assault.
    • Strong administrative skills to include reporting writing for various audiences.
    • Experience developing and implementing culturally competent programs and services for diverse people including demonstrated knowledge of and experience with mental health issues impacting underrepresented groups.
    • Intermediate skill level in common computer applications and programs such as but not limited to Microsoft Office Suite including Teams, Zoom, and Google Suite.


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

    • Bilingual.
    • Experience administering internship site for MSW candidates, teaching, training, and supervision of clinical mental health graduate interns.
    • Rape crisis trained, and in depth understanding of vicarious trauma and experience in providing related support to staff. 
    • Experience working in higher education setting.
    • Experience in peer model service provision and working with volunteers.


    Work Schedule 

    • Typical work schedule Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5:00pm. 
    • Required to work some nights and weekends.


    Salary Information 

    Level 30

    PSU Hiring Ranges


    Special Instructions to Applicants 

    Please upload a resume and cover letter, along with the completed application. References will be checked at the finalist stage. Please be prepared to provide contact information for three (3) professional references.


    UMass Amherst is committed to a policy of equal opportunity without regard to race, color, religion, caste, creed, sex, age, marital status, national origin, disability, political belief or affiliation, pregnancy and pregnancy-related condition(s), veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, genetic information, natural and protective hairstyle and any other class of individuals protected from discrimination 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 UMass Amherst to comply with the applicable federal and state statutes, rules, and regulations concerning equal opportunity and affirmative action.

    Advertised: Feb 21 2024 Eastern Standard Time
    Applications close: Jun 23 2024 Eastern Daylight Time


    Posted 3/15/2024

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    NYC Health + Hospitals

    New York, NY

    Salary: $72,785 to $89,698 Annually


    Please submit your resume to Socialworkers4NYC@nychhc.org


    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 to deliver 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.


    NYC Health + Hospitals is seeking candidates for the following Social Worker positions:

    For Assignment to Level II – Annual Salary $72,785-$84,527

    o Valid license as an LMSW issued by the NYSED; or Valid license as an LCSW

    issued by the NYSED.


    For Assignment to Level III – Annual Salary $78,052-$89,698

    o Valid license as an LCSW issued by the NYSED.


    Please submit your resume to Socialworkers4NYC@nychhc.org


    NYC Health + Hospitals Equal Employment Opportunity Policy Statement


    Posted: 03/04/2024

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    William James College

    Clinical Social Worker

    Juvenile Court Clinic

    Newtown, MA


    Job Title: Clinical Social Worker

    Department: Juvenile Court Clinic


    To Apply click Here:



    Position Summary

    William James College is currently seeking a full-time Licensed Independent Clinical

    Social Worker (LICSW) to join our Forensic Services/Juvenile Court Clinic team in

    Norfolk County. The Juvenile Court Clinics (JCCs) are operated as a collaboration

    between the Administrative Office of the Juvenile Court (AOJC) and the Department of Mental Health (DMH).

    The primary location for this position will be in the Norfolk County Juvenile Court Clinic in Dedham, MA. The JCCs provide court-ordered evaluations of youth and families from diverse racial, ethnic and linguistic backgrounds who often have complex needs and systems involvement. This position has less client contact hours than most clinical

    positions and includes extensive assessment report writing, record review and collateral

    contact as major duties.


    Duties Include

     Perform court-ordered psychological and diagnostic evaluations for the MA

    Juvenile Courts in status matters (Child Requiring Assistance), child abuse and

    neglect cases (Care and Protection), juvenile delinquency and youthful offender

    cases, and emergency civil commitment evaluations for psychiatric

    hospitalization or substance use treatment.

     Provide oral testimony as needed on assigned cases

     Consult with judges, probation officers, and attorneys

     Provide consultation and training as may be requested by the Juvenile Court to

    clinical staff, judges, probation officers, other court personnel and others (eg.

    community behavioral health providers, attorneys)

     Provide supervision to work-study students, trainees, and interns when


     Provide referrals to court-involved youth and their families for behavioral health

    services in their communities, and other supports or services as needed

     Other duties as assigned by Program Director


    Required Qualifications

     Social Work degree at the Masters Level

     Licensed to practice social work in MA

     Knowledge and experience working with children, adolescents, and families

     Strong writing, interpersonal, and communication skills

     Commitment towards racial and social justice and equity, including a culturally

    humble approach to clinical work

     Credentialed as a Certified Juvenile Court Clinician (CJCC I) per 104 CMR 33.00

    OR eligible to be certified (which is typically met if other job requirements are

    met). Supervision and training for CJCC certification will be provided at no cost.

     Applicant must be able to assume employment in the U.S. without College



    Preferred Qualifications

     Experience in forensic mental health and forensic assessment

     Bilingual fluency (Spanish/English)


     Competitive salary

     Health, Dental and Vision Insurance

     Medical and Transit FSA

     Public Loan Forgiveness Qualification

     Life Insurance/Disability Insurance

     403 (b) Savings and Retirement Plan

     Employee Tuition Discount

     Paid Vacation and Sick leave


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    1. Click on the position you are interested in applying to

    2. Click the “Apply” button to begin the application process

    3. Applications will be reviewed when submitted, and considered until the position is filled.


    Inclusive Excellence at William James College William James College is an institution and a community committed to the principles of excellence, fairness and respect for all people. Our Inclusive Excellence model infuses diversity, equity and inclusion efforts into the core of institutional functioning to realize

    the educational benefits of diversity both locally and globally. We are committed to strengthening communities, including our workplace, by fostering the development of

    the intercultural competencies necessary for change agents in an increasingly complex, pluralistic society.


    Posted: 03/04/2024

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    University of Michigan

    Program Manager for Prevention Educaiton: Undergraduate Engagement

    Ann Arbor, MI

    Salary Range $54,100- $64,900

    Department Summary


    The Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center promotes healthy relationships, teaches non-violence and equality, supports survivor healing, and fosters a respectful and safe environment for all members of the University of Michigan community. SAPAC offers prevention education for students, confidential support for survivors (students, faculty, and staff), and collaborates with other offices to offer training, programs, and innovative community engagement strategies to collectively create a campus free from sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, and sexual and gender-based harassment.
    Job Summary
    The Program Manager for Prevention Education: Undergraduate Engagement serves on SAPAC's Prevention Education Team and provides leadership for 3 of SAPAC's peer education programs: Consent, Outreach and Relationship Education (CORE), Bystander Intervention and Community Engagement (BICE) and Survivor Empowerment and Ally Support (SEAS). These programs are designed to engage the undergraduate student population in primary, secondary, and tertiary violence prevention education and skill building. This includes but is not limited to consent, healthy relationships, bystander intervention, responding to disclosures, and self-care for survivors and their allies.
    The position involves program and curriculum development; supervision of student staff and peer educators; ongoing facilitation training for peer educators; ongoing student leadership development efforts; partnering with units engaged in overlapping and intersecting work; evaluating programs for effectiveness; outreach and recruitment efforts and managing the overall infrastructure for CORE, BICE, and SEAS. This position also supports SAPAC's prevention education efforts through presentations, training, and workshop facilitation.




    Oversee SAPAC Sponsored Student Organizations including CORE (Consent, Outreach, Relationship Education), BICE (Bystander Intervention and Community Engagement) & SEAS (Survivor Empowerment and Ally Support) (30%):
    Oversee approximately 150 volunteers from CORE, BICE, and SEAS volunteer groups
    Assist with SAPAC's anti-racism efforts in creating spaces that are accessible, welcoming, affirming, and inclusive, with a focus on mattering and belonging in student-led spaces
    Assist in developing curriculum and programming that is culturally informed and centers the unique backgrounds, identities, and experiences of the students we serve
    Research emerging and relevant pedagogy around sexual misconduct prevention, peer education, student development, and diversity, equity, and inclusion, and incorporate concepts into programming content
    Ensure curriculum alignment with other sexual misconduct prevention programs at SAPAC and across the institution; institutional guidelines and policies; State and Federal policies; and best practices
    Oversee the development of student-facilitated consent, healthy relationships, bystander intervention, responding to disclosures, and self-care workshops
    Oversee peer education requests for CORE, BICE, and SEAS and ensure collaboration with relevant partners
    Provide individual support, guidance, and referrals as needed for student employees and volunteers of CORE, BICE and SEAS
    Oversee attendance tracking and mandatory requirements of volunteers
    Oversee annual peer education events including but not limited to Speak Out, Intimate Partner Violence Awareness Month, Better Bystander Month, Healthy Relationships Month, and rEVOLUTION Art Show
    Support annual Sponsored Student Organization (SSO) re-registration processes including SSO agreement and Constitution renewal process and Authorized Signer identification
    Oversee the ongoing evaluation of CORE, BICE, and SEAS educational programming in partnership with the Assessment Liaison within SAPAC
    Develop and manage program assessment and evaluation mechanisms to improve and enhance the workshops and create reports that highlight program impact
    Oversee communications related to CORE, BICE, and SEAS
    Manage budgets for CORE, BICE, and SEAS programming
    Support volunteer training efforts of CORE, BICE, and SEAS under the direction of the Assistant Director for Prevention
    Education and Student Engagement
    Assist with student recognition and appreciation events
    Student Staff Leadership Development and Supervision (30%):
    Recruit, hire, train, and supervise Co-coordinators CORE, BICE, and SEAS
    Meet weekly with each co-coord pair for supervision, mentorship, and program oversight
    Coordinate annual co-coord evaluation
    Track student staff hours and approve student staff timesheets (with support from the Admin Assistant)
    Lead annual recruitment and hiring processes for new student co-coordinators
    Support execution of SAPAC-wide Leadership Development Initiatives under the direction of the Assistant Director for Prevention Education and Student Engagement
    Co-facilitate weekly student co-coordinator meetings focused on leadership development and program management with the Program Manager for Prevention Education and Men's Engagement
    Implement programming with a focus on identity development, leadership skill building, and program management techniques
    Guide student co-coordinators in the development of a Mportfolio project that displays their philosophy statement, experience showcase, and future testimonial
    Develop curriculum and support execution of Annual Student Staff Retreat under the direction of Assistant Director for Prevention Education and Student Engagement
    Supervise graduate student intern
    Meet with the graduate student intern regularly to provide ongoing training and support
    Engage intern in projects that will aid in their growth and development
    Coordinate with academic departments to complete program requirements
    Outreach and Recruitment (20%):
    Lead efforts to create a diverse community of student volunteers and leaders in SAPAC
    Build and maintain partnerships with units and student organizations across campus, in particular, identity-based programming across primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention
    Coordinate mass meetings for volunteer recruitment and outreach
    Assist in formalizing SAPAC merchandise and branding efforts
    Manage training for student leaders engaging in tabling efforts
    Coordinate tabling efforts for annual campus resource fairs such as Festifall, Winterfest, Student Orientation, Pride Outside, etc
    Partner with Program Manager for Prevention Education: Graduate and Community Engagement on outreach and recruitment social media efforts
    Additional Areas of Responsibility (15%):
    Attend weekly meetings with the SAPAC staff
    Attend weekly prevention team meeting
    Attend regular individual meetings with the direct supervisor
    Support overarching development of SAPAC & PEAR (Prevention Education, Assistance, and Resources) Strategic Plan by coordinating intersecting prevention efforts per the Assistant Director
    Participate in ongoing professional development opportunities
    Assist with general SAPAC special events and programs as needed
    Represent SAPAC at University-wide events and programs as needed
    Participate in Divisional committees and initiatives
    Other duties as assigned
    SAPAC 24/7 Support Line (5%):
    Serve in the staff rotation of the 24/7 SAPAC Support Line
    Make appropriate documentation for each outreach or call
    Manage the connection between clients and ongoing support in SAPAC


    Required Qualifications*


    Bachelor's degree in social work, public health, education, student affairs, or related field
    1+ years experience working in sexual violence prevention education, social work, public health, education, student affairs, youth development, or related field through a professional role or as part of graduate or volunteer work
    1+ years experience working through lenses of social justice, cultural competence, intersection of identities, and empowerment of historically marginalized and underserved populations through a professional role or as part of graduate or volunteer work
    1+ years experience with program planning and/or project management through a professional role or as part of graduate or volunteer work
    1+ years experience with student supervision and/or peer education through a professional role or as part of graduate or volunteer work
    Work Authorization: Must be legally authorized to work in the United States without company sponsorship


    Desired Qualifications*


    Master's degree in social work, education, public health, student affairs, or related field
    2+ years of professional experience in higher education, sexual violence prevention education, and/or leading student engagement work
    2+ years of professional experience in volunteer management, program management, and student-employee supervision
    Specialized knowledge of sexual misconduct issues on college campuses, including sexual assault, sexual harassment, stalking, and intimate partner violence
    Advanced knowledge/experience in public health, health promotion, social change models/principles, and/or student development theories/practice
    Advanced knowledge associated with the design, delivery, and facilitation of prevention and training programs
    Demonstrated experience providing culturally relevant prevention programs for communities that have been historically under-served and underrepresented
    Demonstrated experience integrating theories of intersectionality and cultural relevance in prevention programming
    Demonstrated experience working towards building a culture that actively seeks to engage in cultural humility, social justice accountability, and equitable support of all community members
    Evidence of ability to provide leadership and problem-solving skills in analyzing the needs of the college student population
    Experience cultivating and sustaining ongoing collaborative relationships with a wide array of constituents to accomplish goals
    Familiarity and/or experience with online learning platforms and utilizing technology in educational settings
    Experience with budget management


    Additional Information


    Position Criteria:
    Effective interpersonal and organizational skills, including project management and time management skills
    Effective communication skills; ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing
    Effective public speaking and presentation and facilitation skills
    Effective conflict resolution strategies, in particular, working from a restorative framework and approach
    Demonstrated ability to accomplish tasks autonomously and efficiently
    Demonstrated ability to establish priorities and exercise sound decision-making
    Demonstrated commitment to contribute to a diverse environment of colleagues and students representing diverse populations (e.g. nationality, race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, ability, class, and other social identities)
    Ability to give and receive feedback with a framework that takes identity, power dynamics, and SAPAC's values into account
    Ability to establish evaluation criteria for measuring desired results and impact
    Ability to work collaboratively and effectively in a diverse environment
    Self-motivated, reliable, responsible individual able to take direction and work independently
    Ability to set expectations and achieve results while contributing to the harmony of the team
    Strong project management skills associated with both the development and delivery of programs and services
    Demonstrated history of mature professional judgment
    Ability to anticipate and identify concerns or problems, determine options for actions, and initiate creative and timely solutions and responses
    Working conditions
    This position requires some evening and weekend hours
    Direct reports
    Student employees and interns
    Selected candidates whose start date is 4/1/2024 or after, will not be eligible for the university FY24-25 salary/merit plan unless otherwise notified.


    This role may have reporting obligations under Title IX and Clery.
    Authorization to work in the U.S. is a precondition of employment and applicants for this position will not be sponsored for work visas.
    Salary may vary depending on qualifications, experience, and education of the selected candidate.
    Relocation will not be offered for this position.


    Application Deadline


    Job openings are posted for a minimum of seven calendar days. The review and selection process may begin as early as the eighth day after posting. This opening may be removed from posting boards and filled anytime after the minimum posting period has ended.


    U-M EEO/AA Statement


    The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.


    Posted: 03/04/2024

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