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    Director & Faculty, Master of Social Work Position Announcement


    Mechanicsburg, PA


    The School of Graduate & Professional Studies invites applications for director of the Master of Social Work program. This position is responsible for developing and launching this new graduate level program, including but not limited to curriculum development and accreditation applications with CSWE. Responsibilities include teaching, student recruitment and retention, curriculum development and assessment, and faculty and staff hiring and supervision. The director will pursue academic excellence within the program by providing program leadership, promoting the program and enhancing its visibility, assisting with the achievement of recruitment and retention goals, and managing the day-to-day logistics of the program.



    Faculty responsibilities

    • Teaching in needed areas of expertise. May include graduate and undergraduate level courses
    • Academic student advising
    • Actively engage in institutional service
    • Maintain scholarship agenda

    Program Director responsibilities

    • Apply for, obtain, and maintain accreditation from CSWE
    • Develop and nurture a positive, productive climate among program faculty and students
    • Recruit, support, develop, assign, and evaluate full-time and adjunct faculty
    • Develop and implement curriculum and course rotation for a graduate level educational program
    • Maintain quality control in courses including LMS use and expectations for faculty presence in courses
    • Create and maintain assessment of student learning
    • Review, create and revise program policies and student handbooks as necessary
    • Manage and administer the program including the program budget
    • Collaborate with the registrar’s office to review and approve transfer credits, verify that graduation requirements have been met, and ensure curriculum integrity
    • Serve as an effective spokesperson for the program with internal and external audiences
    • Advocate for growth and advancement of the program and profession in accordance with trends and standards of the field
    • Collaborate with PR/Marketing/Enrollment management to develop appropriate program recruitment materials and maintain the website
    • Collaborate with Enrollment Management to establish enrollment goals, support the admissions process, review applicant files, and communicate admissions decisions in a timely fashion.
    • Respond in a timely manner (generally within 24 hours) to current and prospective students
    • Participate in SGPS leadership team functions
    • Supervise the program’s administrative assistant
    • Maintain consistent and reliable attendance



    Education Required

    • Ph.D. in Social Work or related field

    Education Preferred

    • n/a

    Experience Required

    • Experience in higher education teaching and administration
    • Experience working in the social work field

    Experience Preferred

    • Demonstrated administrative excellence, preferably in an academic setting
    • Supervisory experience in social work and/or higher education


    The Program: Messiah University’s Master’s of Social Work is designed to prepare graduates with the knowledge, dispositions, and skills they need to be exemplary practitioners, scholars, and leaders in the field of Social Work. Our program is offered primarily online.


    The School: Advancing the mission of Messiah University, the School of Graduate and Professional Studies educates students for a lifetime of intellectual exploration, ethical leadership and exceptional professional practice within a complex world. Our programs include ten master’s degrees, two doctoral degrees, and numerous graduate certificates and post-master’s certificates. The coursework for most of our graduate programs is conducted primarily online, with some programs being fully online and others being fully residential. Messiah University is a nationally ranked, accredited university that successfully integrates top-tier academics and Christian faith.


    The University: Messiah University is a Christian university of the liberal and applied arts and sciences and has a student body of nearly 2,500 undergraduate students including 18.5% under-represented and 2.6% international students from 22 countries and over 700 graduate students including 18.8% of students from under-represented populations.


    The University is committed to an embracing evangelical spirit rooted in the Anabaptist, Pietist and Wesleyan traditions of the Christian Church. Our mission is to educate men and women toward maturity of intellect, character and Christian faith in preparation for lives of service, leadership and reconciliation in church and society. Messiah University is a teaching institution that emphasizes instruction but values research and public service. Strong support is given to faculty development in teaching and scholarship.


    Diversity: Messiah University’s commitment to diversity and inclusive excellence draws inspiration from its mission “to educate men and women toward maturity of intellect, character and Christian faith in preparation for lives of service, leadership and reconciliation in church and society.” The university has pursued this vision through a strategic planning process that encourages diversity through employee and student composition, campus climate, and an educational program that enables educators and students to embrace diversity. Candidates should clearly articulate why diversity and cultural intelligence matter to them as persons of faith as well as in their profession. Candidates will speak to how as a potential employee, they will contribute to the advancement of this vision through their teaching-learning, research, institutional service, and public engagement.


    Starting Date for Position: Summer or Fall 2023


    Compensation: Messiah University offers a strong benefits package in addition to salary and rank commensurate with qualifications and experience.


    Applications: Application materials will be reviewed upon receipt and will be accepted until the position is filled.

    Please provide the following:


    Cover letter that outlines your interest in the position, College/University Transcript(s), Curriculum Vitae, Personal Statement of Faith that details how your Christian faith is a strong fit with the mission and identity of Messiah University and how it impacts your teaching experience, your philosophy of teaching, and a statement that demonstrates your commitment to diversity and inclusion that is consistent with Messiah University’s goals.


    Curriculum Vitae must include: (1) education, (2) previous employment history, (3) scholarly and professional accomplishments (e.g., papers, publication, recitals, showings), (4) membership in scholarly, professional, or honor societies, and (5) awards and honors received.


    Please apply via the following link: https://jobs.messiah.edu/postings/24067


    Messiah University does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, sex, national or ethnic origin, disability, or veteran’s status in the recruitment and admission of students, the recruitment and employment of faculty and staff, or the operation of any of its programs. Consistent with our nondiscrimination statement, the University does not tolerate abuse or harassment of employees, students or other individuals associated with the University. This includes, but is not limited to, vendors, contractors, and guests on the basis of, but not limited to, any of the above categories.


    Posted 3/23/23

    Licensed Practitioner of the Healing Arts (LPHA)

    North Texas Area

    Job Description


    Job Summary


    The Licensed practitioner of the healing Arts (LPHA)

    • Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW),
    • Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN),
    • Physician Assistant (PA),
    • Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC),
    • Licensed Marriage/Family Therapist (LMFT),
    • Provisionally Licensed Psychologist (PLP)

    Will perform, in an integrated Federally Qualified Healthcare Center (FQHC) psychosocial diagnostic assessments by conducting interviews of patients and their families / significant others (if appropriate), contacting outpatients service providers, and investigating histories through contacting prior agencies, schools, court personnel, and other sources of collateral information in order to identify strengths and problems, and develop an individual treatment plan (ITP) which maximizes patient functioning in their community.

    Please Note: This position is 40 hours per week.


    Position Goal

    To provide patient behavioral healthcare with utmost customer service, compassion, and integrity in a federally qualified healthcare clinic setting.


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

    • Utilizing a collaborative documentation approach, completes a comprehensive social determinants of health assessment which is maintained in the patient’s electronic health record (EHR) within five days of initial contact with the patient according to established center’s Quality Improvement Plan (QIP) workflow.
    • Coordinates the development of individual service plans (ISP) for patients on caseload. Ensures that the primary care provider team inputs are coordinated with ISP development according to established Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) Clinical Management Behavioral Health System (CMBHS) criteria and timelines.
    • Provides clinical case management for cases assigned to ensure timely and effective delivery and management of services identified on the ISP.
    • Provides patients with self-management skills and educational information needed so they can be full participants in their own treatment and recovery.
    • Provides highly skilled clinical social work services to patients and their families, utilizing a wide array of intervention modalities including Cognitive Behavioral Treatment (CBT), Motivational Interviewing, individual, group, and family therapy for the purposes of changing maladaptive behavior, enhancing client capacity to cope with symptoms of mental health challenges and / or substance abuse, completing a relapse prevention plan with patients who are in remission, and improving communication and interactions between the patient and his or her primary support system.
    • Coordinates via a Social Determinates of Health (SDOH) Lens, pre-discharge arrangements and communications with primary care providers, completes oral and written referrals in an accurate and timely manner to aftercare services for community-based services, psychosocial rehabilitation services, specialized outpatient therapy and medication, residential services, substance abuse services, and other agencies as determined by patient need.
    • Provides highly skilled psychoeducation services to patients, their families, and other service providers to increase understanding of mental health challenges, substance abuse, legal factors, and other issues as determined by patient need to enhance patient and family knowledge and utilization of rehabilitation processes and resources.
    • Provides brief, solution focused counseling and intervention for patients who need mental health services.
    • Documents interventions in progress notes, group treatment notes, and patient and family education form according to CMBHS established standards.  Utilizes goal orientated focus for interventions and documentation.
    • Maintains knowledge of current developments in statutes, case law, and departmental / agency regulations in the fields of social work, and mental health. Utilizes this knowledge in providing direct services and in collaboration with Center’s primary care providers.
    • Consults with patient and primary care provider about behavioral treatment options and preferences; coordinates initiation of ISP, identifies possible barriers to treatment and supports development of solutions to barriers.
    • Support patient service flow through the maintenance of collaborative processes with various NTACHC staff to enhance the “patient experience”.
    • Monitors patients closely (in-person or by phone) to administer follow up assessments and facilitate engagement in treatment.
    • Works with primary care clinical team and leadership in ensuring patient flow for behavioral health services, including scheduling of patients.
    • Works, where indicated, to effect behavioral changes in patients with, or at risk for, physical disorders and helps them make healthier lifestyle choices.
    • Gives primary care providers timely feedback about the patients ’s care, treatment recommendations, and progress via verbal feedback and documentation in the patients record
    • Provides social work supervision to assigned graduate students.   Assigns, monitors, and evaluates work for assigned social work intern and unlicensed social work staff.
    • Provides leadership in social work department and center wide performance improvement / quality improvement activities.  
    • Performs other duties as assigned by the Director of Behavioral Health consistent with professional standards, the goals, and objectives of the program and with the clinical practice policies of NTACHC.

    Performance Requirements

    1. Demonstrated knowledge of the principles and practices of psychiatric and basic social work practices, including but not limited to, integrative behavioral health, cognitive behavioral and solution focused therapies, collaborative documentation, substance abuse treatment, psychotherapies, psychological, and emotional growth, and development.
    2. Familiarity with the types and applications of emergency medical procedures, such as CPR.
    3. Basic uses of diagnostic procedures employed in social work practice.
    4. Knowledge of motivational interviewing and problem-solving techniques.
    5. Ability to follow and give clear, precise, oral, and written instructions.
    6. Capacity to participate in a multi-disciplinary primary care health care team.
    7. Skilled in preparing, implementing, and monitoring ISP’s.
    8. At least three years of full-time, or equivalent part-time, professional experience as a clinical social worker after earning a master’s degree in social work.  Based on assignment to second-level supervisory positions, at least one year of experience must have been in a supervisory capacity. 
    9. A Master's or higher degree in social work, Licensed Professional of the Healing Arts (LPHA) is required. 
    10. Licensure as a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker or Licensed Practitioner of the Healing Arts (LPHA) by the Texas State Board of Social Worker /Professional Counselors Examiners is required. 
    11. Based on assignment, travel may be required.  Those employees who elect to use a motor vehicle for travel must have a current and valid Texas Motor Vehicle Operator's license/insurance or the equivalent from another state.


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

      2) No substitution will be permitted for the required supervisory experience.  One year of education equals 30 semester hours.  Education toward a degree will be prorated based on the proportion of the requirements actually completed.  
      Preferred Qualifications
    • Experience working with diverse individuals with medical, behavioral, substance abuse and/or emotional challenges. 
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications including Outlook, Word, and Excel.
    • Given the population served, bilingual or multilingual fluency a plus.

    Typical Physical Demands


    The physical demands described herein are representative of those that must be met by a staff member to successfully perform the essential functions associated with this position. Because we are committed to inclusion of those with disabilities, reasonable accommodations will be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions associated with their position.

    • Carrying: Transporting an object, usually by hand, arm or shoulder.
    • Lifting: Raising or lowering an object 25-50 pounds.
    • Repetitive Motions: Making frequent movements with a part of the body.
    • Sedentary work: Exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally and/or a negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects, including the human body. Sedentary work involves sitting most of the time. Jobs are sedentary if walking and standing are required only occasionally and all other sedentary criteria are met.
    • Talking: Expressing or exchanging ideas by means of the spoken word; those activities where detailed or important spoken instructions must be conveyed to other workers accurately, loudly, or quickly.


    The above information is intended to describe the most important aspects of the job. It is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required in order to perform the work. The health center reserves the right to revise or change job duties and responsibilities as the business need arises. Additionally, this job description is not intended as an employment contract, implied or otherwise, and the Center continues to maintain its status as an at-will employer.


    I hereby acknowledge that I have read and understand the above-mentioned job duties, qualifications, policies, and procedures for this position. I also certify that I received a copy of this job description.


    NTACHC Mission Statement:


    To improve health and wellness through accessible compassionate and quality healthcare services for all.



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    Posted 2/24/23

    Dean, College of Social Work

    Tallahassee, FL 

    Florida State University (FSU) invites nominations, expressions of interest, and applications for the position of Dean in the College of Social Work. The University seeks a dynamic and passionate leader and scholar who will advance social work research and support the mission of the College in preparing professionals who will champion human well-being and social justice.


    Florida State University


    As one of the nation's elite research universities, and one of the largest and oldest of the 12 institutions of higher learning in the State University System of Florida, FSU offers a distinctive academic environment built on its cherished values and unique heritage. With nearly 44,000 students, approximately 6,600 employees, and an operating budget of $1.62 billion, FSU provides a welcoming campus environment on the oldest continuous site of higher education in Florida with a prime location in the heart of the state capital. U.S. News and World Report ranks Florida State University System as #19 among all public universities in the nation, and the state of Florida’s university system as #1 in the nation.


    Combining traditional strengths in the arts and humanities with internationally recognized leadership in the sciences, FSU provides unmatched opportunities for students and faculty through challenging academics, cultural discovery, and community interaction. FSU’s 18 colleges and its Graduate School offer more than 276 undergraduate, graduate, doctoral, professional, and specialist degree programs, including medicine and law. The University awards over 3,000 graduate and professional degrees each year. With an impressive breadth of leading graduate, professional and undergraduate programs, FSU is a demanding, intellectually stimulating, yet warm and caring environment for students and faculty. Recognized nationally for its strong commitment to diversity, FSU is a national leader in the number of doctorates awarded to African American students and in the graduation rate of African American undergraduates. The College of Medicine and College of Law are ranked among the nation’s Top 10 for Hispanic students.


    Additional information about FSU, its history and programs can be found at http://www.fsu.edu.


    The College of Social Work


    The College of Social Work at Florida State University is dedicated to preparing the next generation of social work professionals through its Bachelor of Social Work (BSW), a Master of Social Work (MSW), and Doctorate in Philosophy (PhD) programs, research and outreach. The profession seeks to bring people together to enhance human well-being and to promote social justice. The College’s students and graduates join a tradition of excellence and family of dedicated practitioners, advocates, scholars and changemakers.


    The College is home to distinguished faculty doing high-impact research. Faculty members have been honored as prominent scientists at national academies, fellows at the Society for Social Work and Research, Rhodes Scholars, and other national and international honors. As an intellectual community, faculty members believe in a diverse approach to research, using a wide range of research methods to address the important social problems facing the communities they serve. Faculty view students as valuable partners and collaborate in their research endeavors. They recognize that successful students ensure the continued success of the college. Students benefit from personal attention and easy access to administration, faculty, and staff.


    The Position


    Reporting to the Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, the Dean is the chief academic and administrative officer of the College of Social Work. The Dean engages and works with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders and represents the College and the University in various professional settings. The Dean also provides leadership for programmatic and university-wide accreditation and assessment efforts. The Dean is responsible for managing and overseeing the fiscal, human, and physical resources of the College. In effectively doing so, the Dean will ensure the proper stewardship of the means by which the College fulfills its mission of creating, teaching, learning, and serving with passion and intellectual rigor


    As a prominent scholar, the new Dean will assist the college recruit and retain renowned researchers in order to advance the College’s aspirational research goals. It is essential that the new dean provide ongoing support for and commitment to research excellence, especially through interdisciplinary research. The College and its centers/institutes have research collaborations across FSU with the Colleges of Education, Engineering, Communications and Information, Medicine, and Social Sciences that need to be supported, continued and promoted. In fiscal year 2022, external sponsored research awards to the College of Social Work totaled $7,672,367. The Dean is responsible for managing a $25.9 M budget and providing leadership to 43 tenure-track, teaching and research faculty members as well as 74 staff members.


    As an academic leader and innovator, the Dean supports the exploration of new policies and procedures to ensure and improve the College’s successful operations. The Dean is a leading voice on innovative instructional and educational programming, as well as exploring novel ways of supporting and increasing student and faculty creative activity, scholarship, and research. By working closely and collaboratively across all units, the Dean fosters a strong sense of unity and esprit-de-corps amongst the faculty and staff to not only attract and recruit the best individuals to the College, but also to retain and develop those therein.




    The successful candidate will possess national distinction as a scholar, researcher/practitioner, and educator with the accomplishments expected for appointment as a tenured full professor. The next Dean must also exhibit substantial administrative leadership experience at a research university or comparable setting. In particular, the most competitive candidates will have:


    • An earned doctorate or other terminal degree from an accredited university and a distinguished research record in their academic discipline;

    • Extensive scholarly interest, and understanding of and commitment to promoting the full spectrum of research, including that conducted by undergraduate, graduate, and professional students, interdisciplinary research, and creative work;

    • The ability to represent and strongly advocate for the College’s research mission to a variety of constituencies, external and internal, including funding agencies;

    • The ability to create and lead faculty development programs;

    • Professional experience in administration; knowledge of and experience with budget management, research funding issues, policies, and allocation of resources;

    • The ability to delegate, manage people effectively, foster the professional development of staff, and make sound decisions regarding personnel;

    • A demonstrated history of leading and managing change in a complex organization;

    • The ability to build teams for interdisciplinary research;

    • The ability to build and sustain collaborative partnerships within FSU and with business, industry, philanthropic organizations, state agencies, and other universities;

    • Experience in building relationships and developing partnerships – regionally, nationally, and internationally.


    Application and Nomination Process


    The Search Committee will begin reviewing applications immediately and will continue to accept applications and nominations until the position is filled. Applications should include a current curriculum vitae and a letter of interest describing relevant experience and interest in the position. Submission of materials via email is strongly encouraged. Nomination letters should include the name and contact information of the nominee.


    In accordance with the State of Florida’s open records laws, all nominations, applications, and letters of interest will be made public. Application materials should be submitted to:


    Alberto Pimentel, Managing Partner

    Emy Cruz, Partner


    SP&A Executive Search

    6512 Painter Avenue, Whittier, CA 90601

    Email: apsearch@spaexec.com

    Refer to code “FSU-DCSW” in the subject line


    FSU is an Equal Opportunity/Access/Affirmative Action/Pro Disabled & Veteran Employer. FSU’s Equal Opportunity Statement can be viewed at: http://www.hr.fsu.edu/PDF/Publications/diversity/EEO_Statement.pdf


    Posted 2/24/23

    Director of Camden County

     Domestic Violence Center

    Camden, NJ

    New Jersey Association on Correction

    Job Description


    Job Title: Clinical - Director of Camden County Domestic Violence Center

    Reports To: Chief Operating Officer

    FLSA Status: Exempt

    Level: Program Professional II

    Salary: Starting at $70k


    NJAC-Camden County Domestic Violence Center is seeking a skilled clinician, supervisor and administrator with extensive domestic violence, trauma, youth and family therapy experience to act as our Clinical Director at the Camden County Domestic Violence Center. The Clinical Director is responsible for providing clinical leadership and policy direction for all supportive direct service programs; maintain accepted standards of programming; and provide administrative and professional supervision of all staff leadership staff. Additionally, the Clinical Director is responsible for ensuring oversight in the areas of: licensing regulations, legal and ethical regulations, clinical supervision, and quality assurance. The Clinical Director will co- manage and provide consultation to the CC-PALS program working directly with Creative Arts Therapist and Clinical Supervisor. The Clinical Director will be responsible for agency representation, contract monitoring and billing requirements to ensure comprehensive service delivery.



    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include but are not limited to:


    • Keep the Chief Operating Officer informed on the development of potential programmatic interest or potential impact on CCDVC programs and services.
    • Monitor and evaluate program effectiveness, recommend and perform changes when necessary. 
    • Assist in planning and fundraising, including the developing of proposals and preparation of programmatic and statistical reports as required by funding sources. 
    • Directly supervise program staff. Direct and assist staff to achieve effectiveness and efficiency in the operation of programs. 
    • Coordinate and oversee all aspects of volunteer services. Provide clinical and administrative oversight to all program staff, and sound recommendations to staff.  
    • Facilitates, attend, participates, coordinates, and monitors internal and external meetings as relevant to program needs.  
    • Develop and maintain positive network of community service providers, to strengthen the services provided to families. Represent CCDVC at city and statewide coalitions, taskforces, and committees to ensure the continuation of solid collaboration approaches.  
    • Research, update, maintain and apply a new and current knowledge of standards, policies, rules and regulations.  Provide staff with updated information as required and needed. Assist with the preparation of grant proposals to acquire funding to support the program 
    • Respond to program emergencies outside of regular hours of operation  
    • Be available to the COO for recruiting, screening, hiring, training, evaluating and when necessary, separation of personnel. 
    • Other duties as assigned by the Chief Operating Officer. 



    This position has managerial responsibility, including conducting and /or participation in performance appraisals, reviews; assisting in the recruitment, hiring and training of case managers, counselor’s staff and the ability to recommendation for frontline staff level employees.




    Registered Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW-R) or Licensed Clinical Psychologist Preferred with a minimum of three (3) years of administrative management and clinical supervisory experience with children and families. Knowledge of domestic violence and/ or sexual assault and trauma. Individuals with a Master’s degree in Social Work or related field with 5 years clinical and supervisory experience may be considered.




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


    To apply:


    Denise Jennings, HR Director
    via email : djennings@njaconline.org or
    fax: 609-396-8999 attn: HR


    Posted 2/24/23

    Social Worker

    Denver, CO

    Job Description: Social Worker - Denver

    Classification: Exempt (Full-time)

    Reports To: Manager, Client Support Services, Denver Housing Unit

    Salary Range: $43,913 - $66,000 (Commensurate w/experience)




    Colorado Legal Services (CLS) has strengthened lives, assisted families and supported communities -- one person at a time for over 90 years. We are a non-profit addressing complex legal issues pertaining to family, housing, consumer, public benefits, immigration, tax, identity documents, migrant farmworkers, and other civil legal problems faced by low-income individuals and seniors. We are committed to providing high quality free legal advice and representation to eligible individuals throughout the State of Colorado. We have a long history of successful high impact, systemic advocacy. CLS strives to bring about substantive, transformational change in the lives of those we serve.




    In this role you will engage in frequent communication with attorney and paralegal staff, assessing and strategizing ways to achieve the best outcomes for CLS clients. To ensure CLS clients are served in meaningful ways beyond the delivery of legal services our CSS unit will offer referrals, case management, and/or longer-term clinical support to clients to achieve stability for the client, allowing them to effectively assert and defend their legal rights.



    • Interview adult clients and assess legal, social, possible medical, psychological and other needs to assist them to better navigate the legal process, using the social determinants of health.
    • Provide brief and limited advocacy and emotional support to address clients’ psychosocial needs in order to refer to and coordinate counseling, medical and mental health treatment, housing, public benefits, and other social services.
    • Meet clients in the community, as needed, to connect them to community resources and/or provide support to clients while in court.
    • Coordinate communication with and advocate on behalf of adult clients to law enforcement, government agencies, social service agencies, educational institutions, medical and legal professionals, and others to help clients understand and navigate systems.
    • Consult and collaborate with CLS attorneys, paralegals and others to resolve clients support matters and ensure CLS clients are served in meaningful ways beyond the delivery of legal services. 
    • Ability to assess implication of physical, mental health, substance abuse issues, and neurological conditions on development across the lifespan.
    • Knowledge and understanding of systemic issues and intersectionality’s effects on housing stability.
    • Assist Manager of Client Support Services in measuring and reporting data as required by grant agreement.
    • Maintain up-to-date client support information in CLS’s case management system to ensure accurate data collection and statistical tracking of support services provided.
    • Keep current on area resources available and relevant to CLS clients’ support needs including building and maintaining connections with new resources and community-based partnerships.
    • Participate in meetings and provide information to staff in the Denver Office concerning community referrals and services available to clients.
    • Adhere to Colorado Rules of Professional Conduct, including rules regarding the attorney-client privilege and client confidentiality.
    • Design/Lead/Participate in CLS statewide trainings and other educational materials regarding trauma informed care, boundary setting, de-escalation methods, and educating non-social workers about the Client Support Services unit
    • Supervise and train volunteers and interns of the Client Support Services unit, as needed.
    • Occasional evening and weekend hours expected.
    • Other duties as assigned.




    The ideal candidate will possess the following:

    • Bachelor’s Degree from School of Social Work accredited by the Council of Social Work Education.
    • A sensitivity to the needs of low-income individuals, seniors, individuals with disabilities, minorities, and individuals with limited English proficiency is required
    • Available to work some evening and weekends as required.
    • Strong writing and verbal communication skills.
    • Thrive working in a fast-paced and ability to meet deadlines
    • The ability to work collaboratively with staff, interns, and volunteers in a team-centered environment



    • Master’s Degree from School of Social Work accredited by the Council of Social Work Education.
    • Ability to obtain CSW or LSW upon hire.
    • Experience working with vulnerable populations
    • Familiarity with the legal system
    • Self-motivated and innovative
    • Strong organization and leadership skills
    • Fluency in Spanish are preferred




    We offer a generous benefits plan that includes 100% employee paid Health insurance, Vision Service Plan – Vision insurance, and Delta Dental insurance, life insurance, long-term disability insurance, (EAP) Employee Assistance Program, Dependent Care and Medical Flexible spending accounts, and 403(b) retirement account. Additionally, CLS offers a $350.00 monthly stipend (to be used as you chose), generous Paid Time-off and 11.5 paid holidays per year. CLS values its employee’s commitment to working hard work for the population we serve and recognizes the importance of work/life balance; therefore, we offer flexible work schedules, hybrid work arrangements, promotes and fosters a diverse, inclusive, equitable and psychological safe work environment; striving to be a “Best Place to Work” in Colorado.




    Please email us a copy of your resume, cover letter to hiring@colegalserv.org Please type “Social Worker, Denver” in the subject line.


    Note: Please mention how you heard about the job announcement in your email.




    CLS embraces diversity, inclusion, equity and belonging as an Equal Opportunity Employer in a serious way. We are committed to building a workforce that respects and seeks to empower each individual and represents a variety of diverse cultures, perspectives, skills and experiences within our workforce. We encourage all qualified candidates to apply for this position.


    Posted 2/16/23

    Senior Employee Assistance Professional (Senior EAP)

    Los Angeles, CA USA

    Job Description


    The University of Southern California (USC) is one of the world’s leading private research universities. An anchor institution in Los Angeles, a global center for arts, technology, international business, medical education and healthcare, USC is also one of the largest private employers in the City of Los Angeles. We are searching for exceptional individuals to help us fulfill our mission: Developing individuals and society as a whole through the cultivation and enrichment of the human mind and spirit.


    Job Summary


    The USC WorkWell Center is the long-standing health and well-being resource for faculty and staff. We have an opportunity to join an embedded team of passionate professionals delivering mental health and well-being programs through an integrated employee assistance, work-life, and wellness center. The Senior Employee Assistance Professional (Senior EAP) will lead the delivery of comprehensive employee assistance services including mental health assessment, brief counseling (5-session model) and referral, case monitoring, consultations for leaders and Human Resources partners, information and referral services, critical incident response, mandatory employee referrals, program promotional talks and psycho-educational trainings, and program evaluation/quality assurance activities. Responds to urgent/crisis employee calls as needed. This role takes a lead in developing strategy, design, and delivery of programs that empower employees to achieve success both professionally and personally. This role will execute USC’s vision while championing USC’s culture and values.


    Minimum Qualifications The candidate for the position of Senior Employee Assistance Professional (Senior EAP) must meet the following qualifications:


    • Master’s degree in social work, counseling, marriage and family therapy, or other related fields from accredited program.
    • State of California licensed mental health care professional (e.g., LCSW, LPC, Licensed MFT, or Psychologist).
    • Five or more years of experience post master’s in clinical setting.
    • Three or more years of experience in employee assistance program.
    • Demonstrated knowledge of psychology principles applied to employee mental health wellness, employee engagement and program development and delivery to support mental health wellness.
    • Advanced knowledge of industrial-social work, organizational psychology, or counseling theories and techniques.
    • Experience with crisis intervention, case monitoring, and mandatory reporting.
    • High level of emotional intelligence with ability to develop positive working relationships and a strong rapport with team members and university stakeholders.
    • Exceptional organizational skills, including the ability to prioritize between immediate needs and long-term objectives, ability to exercise sound judgment in making decisions with minimal supervision.
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint).
    • Experience delivering mental health counseling via telehealth platforms (e.g., Zoom).
    • Certified Employee Assistance Professional (CEAP) or willing to be certified within 18 months of employment.


    Preferred Qualifications


    The ideal candidate for the position of has the following qualifications:


    • Advanced degree in Social Work, Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy, Psychology, or other related field.
    • Seven or more years of experience in clinical counseling.
    • Five or more years of experience in an employee assistance program.
    • Experience in academic setting, higher education, academic medical center.
    • Experience building and shaping employee assistance programs in a complex organization.
    • Developed counseling skills founded in empathy and a culturally sensitive approach.
    • Experience with leadership and HR consultation and problem identification and resolution.
    • The ability to interpret policies and trends, conclude sound analyses and propose solutions.
    • HR knowledge based on a combination of theory, learning, research and hands-on experiences.
    • Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate with senior leadership.
    • Bilingual in English and Spanish.
    • Certified Employee Assistance Professional.
    • Certified executive professional coach.
    • Job Responsibilities 
    • The candidate for the position of Senior Employee Assistance Professional (Senior EAP) will be responsible for:
    • Providing confidential and timely problem identification, assessment, short-term counseling, and referral for individual employees with personal concerns that may affect job performance. Executes follow up and/or case monitoring. May counsel couples or families if brief intervention model is appropriate.
    • Providing consultations for leaders, supervisors, managers, and human resources partners. Executes management referrals and mandatory employee referrals as required.
    • Conceptualizing, designing, and deploying trainings and talks regarding employee assistance matters for university stakeholders (e.g., resilience, behavior change, workplace concerns, navigating change, etc.) Builds and delivers presentations for new employee orientations to promote programs across the university.
    • Leading the development of a referral network of health and wellbeing resources internal and external to the organization. Provides information and referral services to support employee access to and availability of services to support all domains of employee well-being.
    • Leading, coordinating, and providing critical incident response counseling and support sessions following high-impact incidents. Responds to urgent/crisis employee calls as needed.
    • Contributing to program evaluation/quality assurance activities (e.g., evaluation of services, monitoring and reporting for program success, quality of care, client safety and satisfaction, etc.) Promotes an environment that fosters inclusive relationships and creates unbiased opportunities for contributions through ideas, words, and actions that uphold principles of the USC Code of Ethics.
    • Performs other related duties as assigned or requested. The university reserves the right to add or change duties at any time.
    • Leads the delivery of a full range of employee assistance services (e.g., employee mental health assessment, brief counseling and referral, case monitoring, consultations for leaders and Human Resources partners, information and referral services, critical incident response, mandatory employee referrals, program promotional talks and psycho-educational trainings, and program evaluation/quality assurance activities).
    • Contributes to department strategy and policies.
    • Knowledge of resources for referral (internal and external) that that address all domains of employee well-being. Identifies innovative strategies, programs, and resources helping employees achieve success in their personal and professional lives. Directs clinical supervision of interns and relief supervision of staff, both administratively and clinically, in the absence of leadership. Based on business needs, may be asked to take on special projects, as requested.
    • Cultivates relationships across the organization especially with leadership.
    • Lastly, develops an understanding of the workplace culture and the overall mission and core values of the organization.
    • The annual base salary range for this position is $106,961.77- $132,419.28. When extending an offer of employment, the University of Southern California considers factors such as (but not limited to) the scope and responsibilities of the position, the candidate’s work experience, education/training, key skills, internal peer equity, federal, state, and local laws, contractual stipulations, grant funding, as well as external market and organizational considerations. 
    • The University of Southern California is an Equal Opportunity Employer


    Posted 2/10/23

    Mental Health Clinician II, ACS General Medicine

    Job Location: US-NJ-Newark

    Banner Position Number: H96419

    ID: 2022-11394

    Category: Healthcare Professionals

    Type: Per-diem

    Salary Range: $66,272 - $95,077




    The primary purpose of the Mental Health Clinician II position is to assess, counsel and appropriately refer individuals with mental, emotional, or substance abuse problems. Activities may include individual and group therapy, crisis intervention, case management, patient advocacy, patient referral, prevention, and education. Develops appropriate treatment plans and programs, and in conjunction with physicians and other healthcare providers participates in overall case management responsibilities for assigned patients.




    Licensed in the State of New Jersey as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or a Licensed Psychologist required plus two (2) years post master’s experience in the behavioral health field, preferably in an outpatient medical setting, or Doctorate Degree, PhD/Psy.D. in Psychology from an APA accredited program. Excellent working knowledge of behavioral medicine and evidence-based treatments for medical and mental health conditions. Ability to work through brief patient contacts as well as to make quick and accurate clinical assessments of mental and behavioral conditions. Should be comfortable with the pace of primary care, working on an interdisciplinary team and having strong communication skills. Good knowledge of psychopharmacology. Ability to design and implement clinical pathways and protocols for treatment of selected chronic conditions. Computer literate with competence in Microsoft Office. Excellent communication skills required. Bilingual preferred (English/Spanish).


    Please apply here: https://careers-uhnjcareers.icims.com/jobs/11394/mental-health-clinician-ii%2c-acs-general-medicine/job


    University Hospital offers a competitive salary & comprehensive benefits package. Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/D/V. For more information, visit www.uhnj.org/hrweb.


    University Hospital encourages applicants to apply for loan forgiveness programs available to individuals who pursue careers in public service.

    Posted 2/9/23

    Assistant Instructor

    School of Social Work

    Tampa Campus, Florida

    The University of South Florida, School of Social Work invites applications for an Assistant Instructor. This position is dedicated to providing instruction in the BSW and MSW programs and contributing to the service needs in the School. This position is based on the Tampa campus. Term of appointment shall be 12 months continual appointment subject to annual evaluations. Promotional opportunities are provided in accordance with University of South Florida Career Path for Instructors: Promotion Guidelines. Social work faculty members contribute to the mission of the College by preparing professional social workers for social work practice, evidence based social work practice and social justice. Candidates should demonstrate strong cultural humility, verbal communication and interpersonal skills necessary for effective collaboration with a diverse community of students, faculty, staff, and external constituents. For more information about the School of Social Work please visit https://www.usf.edu/cbcs/social-work/


    Minimum Qualifications:

    • MSW from a CSWE accredited School of Social Work.
    • Two years of full-time or the equivalent of part-time postgraduate clinical social work practice experience.
    • Two years of full-time or part time teaching experience in social work education.


    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Four years of teaching experience in clinical social work education.
    • Teaching experience in Clinical Social Work Practice including Social Work courses focusing on clinical practice with individuals, families and/or groups or related courses.
    • Doctorate in Social Work (PhD or DSW) and /or related field; or LCSW.


    “The College of Behavioral and Community Sciences at USF celebrates diversity and inclusive excellence in alignment with our Principles of Community. We believe our future success as an institution requires that we attract and retain a diverse workforce. We are proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and an affirmative action employer. All job decisions at USF are made without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion or belief, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other status protected by the laws or regulations in the locations where we operate.”


    Posted 2/8/23

    Administrative Officer (HEO) (26160)

    Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College Campus

    New York, New York


    The Administrative Officer reports to the Dean. He/she/they will have primary responsibility for budgets, facilities, and the administration of staff.


    FACILITIES: The position will directly oversee, in conjunction with the AVP of facilities, all facility issues including the construction, renovation and maintenance of the site. Furthermore, the Administrative Officer will be responsible for optimizing space utilization through external rentals.


    BUDGET: The position will plan, organize, coordinate, evaluate, and direct the School of Social Work’s budget formulation, analysis, and management activities. The Administrative Officer will generate and organize institutional data on space utilization to support allocation of resources and facilitates. Routinely maintain budgets and plan appropriate use of all School of Social Work funding sources to develop and implement non- credit revenue sources. The Administrative Officer will formulate, prepare, and oversee financial planning and the budgeting process for the School of Social Work. The position will be responsible for financial reporting, preparation of financial statements, statistical reports, and funding determinations. The position will also develop projections of revenue and expenditures and construct alternative financial models for use in financial planning.


    OPERATIONS: The position will provide support for other programs within the building, including Centro. The position will also liaison and work jointly with Public Safety on Security initiatives in order to ensure the safety and security of the campus. The Administrative Officer, in conjunction with ICIT, will oversee all aspects of technology at the Silberman campus.



    Bachelor's Degree and eight years' relevant experience required.


    Candidates will be required to provide proof of being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 upon commencing employment. Exemption (medical or religious) requests to this requirement will be considered in accordance with applicable law. Being fully vaccinated is defined for this purpose as being at least two weeks past their final dose of an authorized COVID-19 vaccine regimen. Final candidates must be fully vaccinated as of their first day of employment.



    As a senior staff member in a large academic or administrative department, division, or school, manages operations and administration, participates in planning and setting priorities, and oversees related projects to ensure their success.

    - Works with management to create short- and long-term business plans, including operational, organization, and financial aspects.

    - Works with management and others to develop and implement operating policies and procedures.

    - Manages the ongoing financial, operational, and staffing activities of the department.

    - Manages operating budget and performs analysis and reporting to support decision-making.

    - Oversees legal, safety, fiscal, and other compliance requirements.

    - Oversees facilities, technology, and materials utilized in the department, coordinating with appropriate Campus services.

    - Works with other Campus or University units to coordinate and plan fund-raising, grants, marketing, communications, and outreach activities.

    - Independently carries out a portfolio of responsibilities under the department's purview, such as managing committees, securing approvals, and providing communications.

    - Performs related duties as assigned.

    Job Title Name: Administrative Officer



    Salary commensurate with education and experience. ($83,878 - $100,329)

    CUNY's benefits contribute significantly to total compensation, supporting health and wellness, financial well-being, and professional development. We offer a range of health plans, competitive retirement/pension benefits and savings plans, tuition waivers for CUNY graduate study and generous paid time off. Our staff also benefits from the extensive academic, arts, and athletic programs on our campuses and the opportunity to participate in a lively, diverse academic community in one of the greatest cities in the world.




    Applications must be submitted online by accessing the CUNY Portal on City University of New York job website www.cuny.edu/employment. To search for this vacancy, click on SEARCH ALL POSTINGS and in SEARCH JOBS field, enter the Job Opening ID number 26160.

    Click on the "APPLY NOW" button and follow the application instructions. Current users of the site should access their established accounts; new users should follow the instructions to set up an account. Please have your documents available to attach into the application before you begin. Note, the required material must be uploaded as ONE document under CV/ Resume (do not upload individual files for a cover letter, references, etc.). The document must be in .doc, .docx, .pdf, .rtf, or text format- and name of file should not exceed ten (10) characters – also DO NOT USE SYMBOLS (such as accents (é, è, (â, î or ô), ñ, ü, ï , –, _or ç)).

    Incomplete applications will not be considered.

    Please include:
    - Cover Letter and/ or Statement of scholarly interests
    - Curriculum Vitae/ Resume
    - Names and contact information of 3 references


    Upload all documents as ONE single file-- PDF format preferred




    The search will remain open until the position is filled. The committee will begin reviewing complete applications on February 27, 2023. Applications submitted after the deadline will only be considered if the position/s remain open after initial round.


    JOB SEARCH CATEGORY: CUNY Job Posting: Managerial/Professional


    CUNY encourages people with disabilities, minorities, veterans and women to apply. At CUNY, Italian Americans are also included among our protected groups. Applicants and employees will not be discriminated against on the basis of any legally protected category, including sexual orientation or gender identity. EEO/AA/Vet/Disability Employer.


    Posted 2/8/23

    Licensed MSW or Licensed Counselor

    Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center

    Ann Arbor, MI

    Department Summary


    SAPAC, the Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center, offers prevention education for students, confidential support for survivors, and collaborates with others through trainings, programs, and innovative community engagement strategies to collectively create a campus free from violence.


    Job Summary


    This position provides confidential support, information, and advocacy to those at the University of Michigan who have experienced sexual assault, sexual harassment, interpersonal violence, stalking, harassment, and other forms of sexual and gender-based misconduct. This includes crisis counseling, advising through reporting/investigation processes, referrals, and support to students, staff, faculty, and others affiliated with the University. This position also supports SAPAC and campus efforts to create survivor supportive services through active participation and leadership in SAPAC survivor support initiatives, outreach, and training.




    Advocacy and Case Management (60%):

    1. Provide support, crisis counseling, comprehensive case management, and advocacy for those at the University of Michigan who have experienced sexual or gender based misconduct.


    • Conduct a needs assessment while providing  trauma and culturally-informed services.  
    • Assess client suicidality and intimate partner violence lethality.  When further assistance is needed in these areas, case managers will develop concrete safety plans with these clients and make necessary referrals.
    • Manage confidential client requests for Supportive Measures, as outlined in the Policy on Sexual and Gender-Based Misconduct.  SAPAC is the primary U-M confidential resource able to arrange for Policy defined Supportive Measures for complainants.
    • Provide continuity of care as clients seek out more long-term support services.
    • Utilize effective communication to guide and support students, staff, faculty, and parents, as necessary, in navigating the sexual misconduct policies, procedures, and resources. 
    • Coordinate appropriate, comprehensive and effective intervention and communication between multiple university offices, academic units, health care providers, and community resources to meet student health, academic, financial, housing, social, and other needs.  This includes assisting with requesting Protective Orders.
    • Keep accurate records for each client through Symplicity/Support & Advocacy Management (SAM) System client services software.
    • Manage highly sensitive and confidential information with discretion and good judgment to maintain confidentiality in compliance with all applicable laws (i.e. Title IX, Clery, FERPA, and relevant state laws).


    2. Provide assistance to clients in reporting sexual and gender based misconduct; assist clients

    throughout University procedures related to the Policy on Sexual and Gender Based Misconduct.

    • Assist clients in understanding their options for reporting to campus officials and law enforcement.
    • Assist clients with reporting to the Equity, Civil Rights, and Title IX Office (ECRT), and/or local law enforcement and accompany clients to related meetings.
    • Serve as a support person and advisor to complainants in the campus investigative resolution process.
    • Serve as a support person to student complainants in the Adaptable Resolution processes.
    • Assist clients in reviewing case documents and investigation reports. 


    3. Serve on-call to attend to client emergencies and after-hours consultation with ProtoCall, our crisis line provider.

    • Serve as SAPAC on call to UHS and area hospitals to support University of Michigan students, staff, or faculty who are receiving assistance immediately after a sexual assault occurs as part of the community Sexual Assault Response Team (SART). 
    • Provide crisis response, emotional support, and trauma-informed care. 
    • Work collaboratively with appropriate co-responding community/institutional partners
    • Facilitate follow-up care for survivors after receiving UHS or hospital treatment.


    4. Support the development and implementation of equitable and accessible survivor-centered programming.

    • Collaborate with direct supervisor and other SAPAC staff to regularly evaluate and improve SAPAC services to ensure they effectively serve historically marginalized communities on-campus
    • Engage in-regular professional development opportunities to increase capacity to provide trauma-informed support to members of a diverse community
    • Partner with the Assistant Director of Survivor Support & Advocacy to create an Advocacy Programming culture that actively seeks to engage in cultural humility, social justice accountability, and equitable support
    • Develop programming, presentations, promotional materials, and professional relationships with university offices/student groups to support the campus communities active engagement with SAPAC


    Community Education Initiatives, Outreach, and Training (15%)

    • Provide community education, consultation, and training on best practices when working with survivors.
    • Create resources for SAPAC’s survivor support initiatives including the website and handouts for clients.
    • Provide training and consultation for 150+ SAPAC volunteers annually on survivor support initiatives.  


    Program Leadership and Supervision (15%)

    • Oversee one of the SAPAC Peer Led Support Group (PLSG) Programs which includes managing search processes and hiring facilitators; providing individual and group supervision, training, professional development, and ongoing support for student staff; overseeing community engagement initiatives; managing the PLSG budget (approximately $12K annually); and collaborating with the Prevention student staff supervisors.
    • Supervise graduate student interns and serve as a field instructor through the University of Michigan’s School of Social Work. This involves developing a learning plan, attending relevant trainings, and evaluating progress.
    • May supervise additional student employees providing survivor support services.


    Campus Collaborations and Additional Duties (10%):

    • Participate in Student Life or University of Michigan committees or initiatives that support the mission of SAPAC.
    • Attend weekly SAPAC staff and case management meetings.
    • Attend regular individual meetings with direct supervisor.
    • Assist and support SAPAC trainings and special events.
    • Assist with statistical tracking and reporting that meets both institutional and legal requirements.
    • Other duties as assigned.


    Qualifications & Position Criteria


    Required Qualifications:

    • Master's degree Social Work, Counseling, Higher Education or in a related field. 
    • A minimum of one year experience in providing direct client or student service, support, and/or advocacy
    • Experience in providing individual support and/or advocacy to survivors of gender-based violence.
    • Demonstrated experience providing culturally-relevant services to survivors, particularly those that have been historically under-served by anti-violence movements.


    Desired Qualifications:

    • Licensed MSW or Licensed Counselor
    • At least two years of experience in providing direct client or student service, support, and/or advocacy
    • Experience in providing crisis intervention and/or advocacy to survivors of gender-based violence
    • Knowledge of college/university policies and protocols related to sexual misconduct/gender-based violence
    • Knowledge of state and federal laws and regulations related to gender-based violence on college campuses
    • Knowledge of the criminal justice, medical systems, and emerging best practices in trauma-informed care
    • Demonstrated experience integrating theories of intersectionality and cultural relevance in trauma-related work
    • Experience developing services and programs for historically underrepresented and under-served communities.
    • Ability to speak multiple language capability preferred, but not required
    • Experience in on-site and remote crisis intervention in hospital and law enforcement settings


    Position Criteria (Candidate Characteristics):

    • Specialized knowledge of sexual misconduct issues on college campuses
    • Knowledge of advocacy services for survivors and professional experience providing survivor support services
    • Commitment to providing culturally responsive services and demonstrated ability to use an intersectional lens
    • Professional experience working with diverse populations and constituencies
    • Commitment to a collaborative service delivery philosophy and survivor-centered, trauma-informed care.
    • Demonstrated ability to accomplish task autonomously and efficiently.
    • Demonstrated ability to establish priorities and exercise sound decision making.
    • High level of professional values and ethics, and strong communication and interpersonal skills.
    • Commitment to the professional development of self and fellow staff.


    Financial/Budgetary Responsibility

    • This position entails managing the Peer Led Support Group budget of approximately $12K annually.

    Working conditions

    • This position will also receive on-call pay for time spent on the crisis line outside of regular business hours
    • This position requires that the candidate be able to fulfill rotating 24 hour Crisis Line responsibilities, typically one day a week, one weekend a month, and one or two holidays a year.
    • This position may also require regular evening and weekend hours. 

    Physical requirements

    • Ability to respond to outreach calls to Ann Arbor hospitals within 30 minutes.

    Direct reports

    • Graduate Interns, student employees, and or volunteers providing direct survivor support services.
    To Apply: https://careers.umich.edu/job_detail/230183/case-manager-advocate
    Posted 2/7/23

    Social Worker - LCSW, Hispanic Transplant Program

    Northwestern Medicine

    Full Time

     Chicago, IL 60611

    Company Description


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


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


    Social Worker - LCSW


    Hispanic Transplant Program


    Full-time, Days


    Bilingual: Spanish


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


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


    In this role, you will travel to dialysis units throughout the Chicagoland area to educate patients, and professionals regarding kidney transplant options along with key features of the Northwestern Medicine transplant program. This position is a mix of clinical care and outreach.




    The professional we select will meet directly with abdominal transplant patients and their families to perform biopsychosocial assessments, and work in conjunction with the interdisciplinary team. This compassionate individual will recommend plans of intervention based on patient needs. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, assisting patients in navigating complex financial/insurance issues, providing supportive counseling to patients in their re-adjustment to pre and post-transplant lifestyle and management of complications, and making referrals to outside mental health providers and agencies as necessary


    Additional responsibilities will include:

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


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

    For more information and to apply, please visit: https://smrtr.io/cWvMj


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


    Posted 1/18/23

    Student Psychological Counselor (3 Positions) - Social Worker, and Psychologist

    Brooklyn College

    Brooklyn, NY

    Job Title: Student Psychological Counselor (3 Positions) - Social Worker, and Psychologist

    Job ID: 26095

    Location: Brooklyn College

    Full/Part Time: Full-Time

    Regular/Temporary: Regular




    Brooklyn College is seeking to fill three (3) full-time Student Psychological Counselor positions - Social Workers and Psychologists. Reporting to the Director of Personal Counseling, the Student Psychological Counselors will provide in person and remote/virtual counseling to a diverse student population via telephone and video conferencing tools such as Zoom. Applicants should have expertise in one or several areas:


    Oppression Trauma: Develop and implement specialized programming and services related to oppression, racial, immigration and related traumatic experiences.


    Bereavement: Develop and implement specialized programming and services related to bereavement and loss, especially related to pandemic impact, including loss of family and friends, job loss, life and social support disruptions.


    Substance Use Harm Reduction: Develop and implement specialized programming and services related to substance use (and other addictive, compulsive behavior) harm reduction.


    Risk Management: Assist in overseeing the treatment and managing of clients with the most serious clinical risk; developing programs to identify and address serious clinical risk.


    In-person and remote (currently 30 percent) work.


    Vaccine Mandate


    Candidates will be required to provide proof of being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 upon commencing employment. Exemption (medical or religious) requests to this requirement will be considered in accordance with applicable law. Being fully vaccinated is defined for this purpose as being at least two weeks past their final dose of an authorized COVID-19 vaccine regimen. Final candidates must be fully vaccinated as of their first day of employment.





    • A Doctoral degree in Psychology to include Ph.D. and Psy.D. programs is preferred or a Master's degree in an appropriate discipline for personal or psychological counseling is required.
    • A New York State License as a mental health practitioner (social work, psychology, or mental health counseling) is also required.



    Five+ years of related experience in social work, psychology, or mental health counseling. To meet the supervised experience requirement as a licensed Mental Health Counselor, you must have completed at least 3,000 clock hours providing Mental Health Counseling. The supervised experience must be obtained after completion of the master’s degree program required for licensure.


    For Psychologist position:

    • New York State psychologist license required
    • Ability to serve as primary clinical supervisor to psychology doctoral trainees


    Preferred for All Positions

    • Experience providing advocacy and counseling to a diverse population
    • Experience with psychodynamic and structured (CBT) approaches to counselling
    • Experience with specialty activities specified
    • Experience providing clinical supervision to trainees
    • Experience with group psychotherapy
    • Experience with remote counseling
    • New York State psychologist license preferred for Social Worker position


    • Provides student counseling services as a member of a team.
    • Provides psychological counseling to individuals and groups of students
    • Performs crisis intervention for emergency situations
    • Performs intake and assessment for personal counseling services
    • Consults with instructional and administrative staff regarding student mental health issues; may prepare and present outreach initiatives and workshops
    • Participates in recommending improvements that will impact the counseling center's effectiveness
    • Performs related duties as assigned.


    Higher Education Associate







    Social Worker: $67,784 - $82,928

    Psychologist: $73,227 - $90,375


    Salary commensurate with education and experience.


    CUNY's benefits contribute significantly to total compensation, supporting health and wellness, financial well-being, and professional development. We offer a range of health plans, competitive retirement/pension benefits and savings plans, tuition waivers for CUNY graduate study and generous paid time off. Our staff also benefits from the extensive academic, arts, and athletic programs on our campuses and the opportunity to participate in a lively, diverse academic community in one of the greatest cities in the world.


    IMPORTANT NOTICE: Health Plan Coverage for Employees Hired on or after October 1, 2022 City of New York employees and employees of Participating Employers and their eligible dependents hired on or after October 1, 2022 will only be eligible to enroll in the EmblemHealth HIP HMO Preferred Plan and must remain in the HIP HMO Preferred Plan for the first year (365 days) of employment.


    After 365 days of employment, the employee will have the option of either remaining in the HIP HMO Preferred Plan or selecting a different health plan within 30 days before the end of the 365th day period.


    If a new health plan is selected, the new plan will be effective on the 366th day.


    Only after the 365th day can the employee participate in any Annual Fall Transfer Period. An employee who needs to request an exemption from the required enrollment in the HIP HMO Preferred Plan can do so by submitting a HIP HMO Opt-Out Request Form to EmblemHealth. An employee, or eligible dependent, must meet certain criteria and the request must be approved by EmblemHealth before the exemption is granted. The HIP HMO Opt-Out Request Form and HIP service area are available on the EmblemHealth website.




    From our job posting system, select "Apply Now", create or log in to a user account, and provide the requested information. If you are viewing this posting from outside our system, please visit https://cuny.jobs/brooklyn-college/new-jobs/ .


    • Applicants should provide the following in .doc or .pdf format:
    • Cover letter
    • Current resume
    • Contact information (name, phone number, and email address) for three references; letters are welcome but not required.




    Immediate resume review. Open until filled.




    CUNY encourages people with disabilities, minorities, veterans and women to apply. At CUNY, Italian Americans are also included among our protected groups. Applicants and employees will not be discriminated against on the basis of any legally protected category, including sexual orientation or gender identity. EEO/AA/Vet/Disability Employer.


    Posted 1/11/23

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