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Open Positions at the School of Social Work

Welcome to our SSW employment portal. We are a strong and ever-growing network of social workers with ties around the globe. Use this site to learn of various employment opportunities within the Rutgers School of Social Work. 

Social-work related job opportunities outside of the School are listed in the next section. 

  • Date Posted: March 16, 2023

    The Rutgers University School of Social Work’s mission is to develop and disseminate knowledge through social work research, education, and training that promotes social and economic justice and strengthens individual, family, and community well-being in this diverse and increasingly global environment. The Institute for Families at the Rutgers School of Social Work exists to advance the professional practice and knowledge base of individuals and organizations dedicated to improving the lives of children and families. As the largest Center within the School of Social Work, the organization leads a portfolio of $18M in programming and evaluation that increases the capacity of child welfare and human service systems, largely through training, technical assistance, applied research and evaluation services.

    Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is seeking a Program Coordinator I for the School of Social Work. The Program Coordinator I supports activities for Grow NJ Kids Training Services, an initiative that develops, delivers, and evaluates training for professionals employed in the State’s early care and education network by serving center-, school- and home-based programs participating in Grow NJ Kids, a national effort to raise the quality of childcare and early learning through a Quality Rating and Improvement System (QRIS). Grow NJ Kids Training Services manages training and education services to strengthen the early childhood and education workforce, enhance the quality of early education programs, and fulfil the requirements of the QRIS and reinforce quality care and learning.

    Among the key duties of this position are:

    • Coordinating multiple facets of training delivery, assuming primary responsibility for scheduling sessions and topics, assigning and supporting a team of instructors to deliver courses, and organizing the venues and/or online platforms that host training sessions.
    • Provides support to the project through preparation of materials, instructors and host platforms, responding to requests for training sessions and inquiries from learners, and supporting trainers assigned to deliver coursework.
    • Represents the program and Institute at meetings and trainings.
    • Responsible for coordinating daily project activities, assuring compliance with grant mandates, providing technical, administrative, and logistical support for early childhood programs related to training education offered through GNJKTS.
    • Reviewing training content, supporting trainer professional development, and interfacing with all stakeholders of the project to ensure bi-directional communication and collaboration.
    • Support program management in policy review, procedure updates, and overall program administration.

    View the full job description at

  • Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is seeking an Assistant Director of Business Services and Program Manager for the School of Social Work (SSW). The Assistant Director will play a central role in the administration and coordination of human resources programs and policies for staff and faculty of the school which includes more than more than 500 full and part-time employees. SSW is a spirited School, committed to a positive workplace culture engaging liberatory consciousness practices. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to serve on SSW and University committees, develop processes and tools in partnership with SSW senior leadership, and work closely with inspiring and highly skilled leaders across different parts of the University.  

    Reporting to the Director of Business Services, the Assistant Director is responsible for the daily operations as it relates to human resources programs within the SSW. 

    Among the key duties of this position are the following:

    • Develops and implements programming in support of staff development that includes mentoring, coordination of skills training for communities of practice, and other professional development endeavors in consultation with the SSW Staff Council and the IIDEA (Inclusion, Intersectionality, Diversity, Equity, and Advancement) Committee.  
    • Provides leadership, supervisory orientation, and timely, accurate and strategic counsel to staff managerial officers throughout the school’s units and faculty when needed, independently implementing personnel policies and procedures, establishing department/unit staffing hiring reviews for forward planning.   
    • Manages certain processes for reappointment of non-tenure track faculty and oversees the Part Time Lecturer/Coadjutant appointment & reappointment process.   
    • Oversees continuous and new regulatory HR compliance matters.   
    • Primary decision-maker for salary negotiations of staff compensation, working directly with University Human Resources and Office of University Labor Relations and SSW management and hiring officers on contractual/bargaining unit matters and university policy, in alignment with regulatory and statutory employment guidelines.   
    • Supervises the work of the SSW HR Administrative Coordinator.   
    • Serves as the school’s HR approver for new hires and reappointments and Authorizer I approver for Class 1 faculty/staff job postings. 

    Learn more and apply at

  • Date Posted: October 27, 2022

    Location: New Brunswick, NJ

    Rutgers University School of Social Work is currently seeking a non-tenure, teaching and/or professional practice, track (NTT) faculty member to serve as an assistant director of student affairs on the Camden, NJ campus. The Assistant Director of Student Affairs serves as the academic advisor for MSW students, coordinates student programming on the Camden campus, supports student well-being and success helps advance the School’s commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion and anti-racism, and liaises between RUSSW and various Camden campus student resources and offices. The faculty member also serves as the Camden campus coordinator serving as lead RUSSW representative on that campus for MSW and BA in social work programs with responsibilities including, but not limited to: developing and maintaining strong community partnerships, supervision of RUSSW Camden staff, oversight of physical infrastructure, and other related duties.

    Learn more and apply at

  • Date Posted: October 26, 2022

    Location: New Brunswick, NJ

    Rutgers University School of Social Work (RUSSW) invites applications for an open rank tenure-track appointment to begin on or after September 1, 2023. This scholar will be part of an active cluster of Rutgers University scholars who are working at the intersection of housing and health equity. RUSSW is therefore seeking scholars with research interests related to housing, homelessness, and/or the social determinants of health.

    Applicants should hold a Ph.D. in Social Work or a closely related field. A Master of Social Work and social work practice experience is also preferred. Applicants should have strong methodological training, outstanding research achievements, potential for publication in high-impact journals, and excellent teaching and communication skills. Faculty members are expected to maintain an extramurally funded research agenda, teach in the programs of the School (BASW, MSW, DSW and Ph.D.), supervise Ph.D. students, and engage in service to foster the missions of RUSSW and the University.

    The Housing and Health Equity Cluster is supported by funds from the Rutgers Presidential Diversity Hiring Initiative. These appointments are intended to advance Rutgers’s goals toward building diversity, equity, and inclusive (DEI) excellence on our campuses. Diversity refers to the variety of personal experiences, values, and worldviews that arise from differences of culture and circumstance. Such differences include race, ethnicity, gender and gender identity, age, religion, language, disability status, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, geographic region, and more. In addition to this posting, the cluster initiative includes recruitment for positions in the Rutgers Center for State Health Policy, the Department of Family and Community Health Sciences within Rutgers Cooperative Extension, and the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy

    Read the full posting and learn more here:

  • Date Posted: October 7, 2022

    Location: New Brunswick, NJ

    The School of Social Work mission is to develop and disseminate knowledge through social work research, education, and training that promotes social and economic justice and strengthens individual, family, and community well-being in this diverse and increasingly global environment of New Jersey and beyond.

    Rutgers University School of Social Work (RUSSW) invites applications for a half-time, one-year visiting professor at rank of Associate or Full. This position will commence in Spring 2023 or Fall 2023. A Ph. D. in social work is required. This position may be of particular interest to those on sabbatical or other professional leaves from academic positions. Remuneration may be organized in several ways, including a half-time position, individual honoraria, and other options that connect with the sending institutions sabbatical or professional leave requirements. Both virtual and in-person options are potentially available. 

    Among the key duties of this position are: 

    • A willingness to collaborate with tenure track and non-tenure track faculty on publications related to social and racial justice, conduct seminars on social and justice issues for our many constituencies (Faculty, BASW, MSW, DSW, Ph.D students and Alumni). 

    Learn more and apply at

  • Date Posted: October 5, 2022

    Location: New Brunswick, NJ

    The School of Social Work mission is to develop and disseminate knowledge through social work research, education, and training that promotes social and economic justice and strengthens individual, family, and community well-being in this diverse and increasingly global environment of New Jersey and beyond.

    Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is seeking to fill a non‐tenure track faculty position at the rank of assistant or associate professor to serve as Assistant Director to assist with the administration of the Doctorate of Social Work Program and to work intensively with doctoral students in a practice‐focused doctorate in social work (DSW). This position is based in the Rutgers School of Social Work, New Brunswick campus.

    Among the key duties of this position are: 

    • Mentoring students with portfolio assignments, teaching, and curriculum development.
    • Assist with the administrative responsibilities of the program such as, admissions, program evaluation activities, routine office duties that contribute to the successful operation of the overall program, and other duties as assigned. 

    Learn more and apply at

Employment Outside the School of Social Work

As a service to our alumni, we list employment opportunities that we receive. If you have a job you would like to post, please email Please include the following:

Job title, Full/part time, Company name and website, Location, Minimum qualifications, Preferred qualifications, Job description, Contact information, (name, phone #, email, and website), Application information (where/how to apply), Last day to apply/job closing date

  • Date Posted: March 30, 2023

    Company Name: Montgomery Township of New Jersey

    Job Type: Full-Time

    Salary: $35.00/hour

    Job Description: The LHOC will increase local public health capacity to investigate, trace, contain, mitigate and prevent COVID-19 through targeted outreach to vulnerable populations. LHOC will work to ensure at-risk residents in their communities have access to support services such as housing, insurance coverage, and unemployment compensation to allow them to isolate or quarantine effectively. LHOC will conduct an assessment of vulnerable populations in their jurisdiction and develop a strategic plan to test, contact trace, contain, mitigate and prevent COVID-19 in these populations. The LHOC will work with the local Health Department leadership and governing body to oversee implementation of the strategic plan to ensure timely testing, contact tracing and containment of COVID-19.


    • Conduct a vulnerable population assessment to identify and describe at-risk populations in the grantee’s community, such as high-risk healthcare facilities (e.g., hospitals, dialysis clinics, cancer clinics, nursing homes, and other long-term care facilities); congregate living settings (e.g., prisons, youth homes, shelters); employment settings (e.g., seasonal/migrant farm workers, meat processing facilities, food service workers); colleges, university and boarding school settings; undocumented persons; and other high risk persons.
    • Present the assessment to the local Health Department and governing body and oversee development of a plan addressing mandatory steps in outreach/messaging to vulnerable populations, partnerships with key stakeholders, testing, case investigation, contact tracing, containment, quarantine facilities, support services and long-term prevention for COVID-19 and other communicable diseases, both routine and emergent, in these vulnerable populations.
    • Work with local Health Department staff and County LINCS agency, and in alignment with State testing and containment strategies, to prioritize COVID-19 response initiatives targeted to vulnerable populations, including testing, contact tracing, isolation and quarantine, and social supports.
    • Identify gaps in needs amongst COVID-19-positive and COVID-19-exposed persons, especially those in vulnerable populations and search for local solutions. This could include, but is not limited to, food banks, mental health services, visiting nurses, telehealth solutions, and other community programs that can address the needs of COVID-19-positive and COVID-19-exposed persons.
    • Develop and maintain a list of available resources to assist COVID-19-positive and COVID-19-exposed persons within local Health Department jurisdiction and communicate this list and updates to County LINCS agency.
    • Ensure appropriate linkages to social supports are made, such as referrals to LINCS Social Support Coordinators and/or 211 supports.
    • Regularly monitor COVID-19-related data received through testing, outbreak investigations and contact tracing within local Health Department jurisdiction and utilize to reprioritize outreach to existing and newly affected vulnerable populations.
    • When needed, utilize standard operating procedure (SOP) developed by LINCS agency for use for persons in need of isolation or quarantine services.
    • LHOC will also work with other local Health Department LHOCs in the county/region to identify collaborative opportunities, align strategies, maximize resources, and reinforce priorities to ensure consistent and complete coverage to vulnerable populations across the state.
    • Other COVID-19 duties as assigned.


    • Bachelor’s degree in public health, social work or related field.
    • Master’s degree preferred.
    • Licensed Social Worker.
    • Certified Health Education Specialist.
    • One year of full-time professional experience in program/project coordination and/or community outreach, preferably in a public health-related or social service agency.
    • Experienced team leader and/or project manager of a goal-based program.
    • Experience working on grant-funded programs, including writing grant reports, monitoring grant budgets and communicating with grant officers.
    • Participated in a task force or other diverse working group.
    • Ability to work with diverse professional partners from various community sectors.
    • Knowledge of public health and/or community wellness resources and social services in New Jersey, preferably in the community where the candidate is applying.
    • Experience working with and/or supporting vulnerable populations, such as communities who have experienced systemic oppression and bias (e.g. people of color, LGBTQ+ people, immigrants, justice involved persons, etc.)
    • Effective 9/1/11, all employees of State and local government must reside in the State of NJ, unless exempted.
    • Must have a valid NJ Driver’s License.
    • Must pass a background check.

    Application Process: If you would like to be considered, please submit your letter of interest and resume to Letizia Troisi, Personnel Coordinator, at

  • Date Posted: March 30, 2023

    Company Name: Big Brothers Big Sisters of Coastal & Northern NJ

    Location: Asbury Park, NJ

    Job Type: Full-Time

    Job Description: This position is responsible for intake, enrollment, matching and managing a blended caseload of children, volunteers, and parents across all mentoring program models of the agency – Community Based, School Based, College, Diversion, Bigs in Blue, and any other program models that are implemented. In addition, this position is responsible for the coordination and facilitation of group mentoring programs.


    • Create program activities, correspond with school contacts to successfully coordinate program, and facilitate program sessions at schools and/or companies.
    • Serve as a lead facilitator for some programs and correspond with partnering school/company contacts to successfully coordinate program and provide updates to Regional Program Manager and Director of Programs, as needed.
    • Assess volunteer applicants through extensive screening and enrollment process including initial inquiry/orientation, processing applications, interviews, and volunteer training sessions.
    • Conduct parent/child enrollments including individual orientations, interviews, and child safety education. Assess and refer families for alternative or additional services as needed.
    • Ensure a high-level of proficiency and skill in applying child safety and risk management knowledge, policies and procedures throughout all aspects of job function. Identify child safety issues for volunteers, children and their families.
    • Conduct volunteer and client reassessments/updates as indicated.
    • Determine matches and facilitate match meetings. Accommodate volunteer and family schedules.
    • Manage a blended caseload and provide match support ensuring the elements of child safety, match relationship development, positive youth development and volunteer satisfaction are fulfilled and that potential problems and barriers are identified and addressed as early as possible. Promptly notify supervisor regarding concerns, which may negatively impact the match.
    • Conduct exit interview by phone with all parties at match closure. Assess reasons for match closure and re-match potential.
    • Attend, present, and represent agency as needed at site visits, Kids Club activities, recruitment/awareness events, fundraising events, and any other opportunities that arise.
    • Provide updates and success stories as needed.
    • Assist with training interns required to complete field placement hours through BBBS organization.


    • Minimum Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, education, or related field.
    • Experience working with both children and adults in diverse populations; specific assessment, intake or interview experience preferred.
    • Must have vehicle, valid driver’s license, and meet state required automobile insurance minimums
    • Flexible work hours to meet customer needs.
    • Spanish Speaking preferred.
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills reflecting solid customer service.
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office including Word, Outlook, and Excel.
    • Ability to form and sustain appropriate child and adult relationships.
    • Effectively assess and execute the following relational support skills: guiding, supporting, confronting, advising and/or negotiating.
    • Relate well in diverse environments.
    • Maintain confidentiality throughout daily operations.
    • Effectively collaborate with team.
    • Public speaking capacities to effectively lead activities at School Based and Beyond School Walls programs, train volunteers on child development, and speak on behalf of the agency, as needed.

    Salary: $40,000.00 - $45,000.00/year.

    Application Process: Complete the online application here:

  • Date Posted: March 30, 2023

    Company Name and Description: dWELL is a gender-affirming recovery housing that promotes skills-based learning and
    community support for young adults navigating mental health concerns. Housed in a residence that pairs self-contained apartments with vibrant community spaces all under one roof, dWELL’s mission is to empower our residents with the support and tools they need for
    launching sustainable, independent lives..

    Location: New York, NY 10023

    Job Type: Full-Time


    • In collaboration with the Program Director, oversight of the day-to-day operations of dWELL Recovery Housing.
    • Helps AD recruit, interview, hire, and train new dWELL Recovery team members.
    • Co-facilitate weekly dWELL Recovery team meetings.
    • In collaboration with the Program Director, will be responsible for resident and family case management.
    • Conduct weekly “parents calls” with resident families to discuss residents' progress.
    • Conduct dWELL Recovery tours to families of prospective residents, as needed.
    • In collaboration with dWELL Team members; oversee all resident schedules.
    • Work with the admissions team to manage the resident roster - bed flow, admissions, and discharges.
    • Connect with outside clinical care teams and medical providers, ongoing, to ensure residents are supported with clinical needs.
    • Ensure resident advisors are falling within compliance with organizational policies and
    • procedures.


    • Bachelor's (required) MA/MS (preferred) - either or both in social science field.
    • Ideal candidate has at least 3 years related experience with Substance Use Disorders and 12-Step Recovery Model.
    • At least 3 years of related experience in adolescent or young adult treatment center.
    • At least 2 years experience of experience in Mental Health Facility.
    • At least 2 years experience in Program Development.
    • At least 2 years experience in Crisis Management.

    Salary: Starting at $70,000+/year (based on experience).


    • 401(k) and employer matching.
    • Dental, health, vision, and life insurance.
    • PTO.

    Application Process: Please contact Michael Santillan at with interest.

  • Date Posted: March 30, 2023

    Company Name: NJ Department of Human Services (Division of Disability Services)

    Location: 11A Quakerbridge Plaza, Mercerville, NJ

    Job Description: The NJ Department of Human Services, Division of Disability Services is seeking social workers or health/human services-related professionals for case management for the Traumatic Brain Injury Fund (TBI), a program providing services and supports to individuals with a medically documented TBI.


    • Assess beneficiary’s needs annually in person; quarterly by phone or virtually.
    • Design, implement and monitor individual service plans.
    • Counsel and aid individuals and families requiring assistance, as needed.
    • Complete documentation, including but not limited to data entry, progress notes, activity reports, time sheets and logs.
    • Maintain records according to professionally accepted standards.
    • Coordinate beneficiary’s services with service provider(s), as needed.
    • Network with service providers to generate community resources for beneficiary’s, as needed.


    • Bachelor’s degree in social work, human services-related field, nursing, or other related discipline.
    • 1-3 years performing case management services, social work, or currently enrolled in a MSW program.
    • Valid driver’s license.


    • $27-$31.95 per hour.
    • Flexible schedule.
    • Hybrid working model (with potential for fully remote after initial onboarding).

    Application Process: Please send resume/cover letter to

  • Date Posted: March 27, 2023

    Company Name and Description: Safe + Sound Somerset is Somerset County’s lead domestic and sexual violence organization.

    Job Type: Full-Time


    • Execute assessment intake and clinical services for survivors.
    • Develop safety plan and provide supportive education regarding domestic and sexual violence.
    • Provide appropriate trauma informed counseling modalities to individual, group and/or families.
    • Manage and develop treatment plans for assigned clinical caseload.
    • Provide crisis intervention as needed.
    • Prepare and deliver oral and/or written clinical reports to direct supervisor, clinical supervisor, consultants as directed.
    • Engage and prepare for all clinical meetings.
    • Serves as holiday/weekend emergency on call to safehouse staff on rotating basis.
    • Manage program data and information through in house data management system.
    • Prepare monthly statistic reports as directed through online data reporting system as directed.
    • Participate/lead in organization team meetings and committees as directed.
    • Participate in organizational outreach and fundraising events as directed.
    • Other duties as required for continuity of the organization’s services.


    • Master’s degree in counseling, psychology, social work.
    • LAC, LPC, MFT or LMFT, LSW, LCSW or related licensure required; pending licensure considered if within 60 days of hire. 2+ years’ experience in domestic violence, sexual assault, or crisis intervention.
    • DV/SA 60 hr. training certificate a plus.
    • Experience, training and/or certification in CBT; TF-CBT; PE; EMDR or another comparable evidence-based modality a plus.
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office 365 Suite, database navigation, remote communication, and virtual work technology.
    • Bilingual English/Spanish (preferred).

    Salary: $42,000-$65,000/year

    Application Process: Please contact Lauren Lia at with interest.

  • Date Posted: March 27, 2023

    Company Name and Description: Sanar is committed to supporting individuals and communities healing from the traumatic effects of interpersonal violence. At Sanar, we believe healing is a human right. Sanar prioritizes trauma-informed and person-centered approaches for organizations and institutions working with individuals, families, and communities that have experienced or are vulnerable to interpersonal violence.

    Job Type: Full-Time (hybrid)

    Location: Newark, New Jersey

    Job Description: Provide trauma healing services through Sanar’s Wellness Center. This position will work with a diverse range of clients that have experienced complex trauma including: survivors of all forms of human trafficking, childhood sexual abuse, sexual assault,
    intimate partner violence, and image-based abuse. We specialize in services for historically marginalized communities including immigrants and the LGBTQ+ community.


    • Provide comprehensive, trauma-conscious, person-centered, empowerment- based individual mental health services for survivors of complex trauma utilizing the Sanar Institute’s Tri-Phasic Healing Model.
    • Provide trauma-informed case management and advocacy to individuals enrolled in the Trafficking Victim’s Assistance Program (TVAP).
    • Facilitate Community Oriented Healing workshops, which are community- based skill building events centered around trauma response management tools for the local community.
    • Create trauma-informed educational materials and the strengthening of internal documents, protocols, and policies to ensure they are trauma-informed, client-centered, empowerment-based and culturally sensitive.
    • Keep weekly detailed case notes to fulfill all grant-reporting duties, HIPAA regulations and all grant requirements.
    • Provide effective services in collaboration with to clients utilizing appropriate clinical theory for trauma healing and support of symptom reduction, whether in assessment or counseling.
    • Provide services in accordance with Licensure regulations defined by the Board of Social Work Examiners.
    • Supervise Clinical Resiliency Fellows (Typically 2nd year MSW interns clinical placement).


    • Masters of Social Work (MSW) required.
    • New Jersey (LSW) licensure required.
    • Must be bilingual in English and Spanish.
    • Minimum of two years’ experience in clinical services (internships can be counted) with individuals impacted by trauma.


    • Salary commensurate with experience ($53,000 - $60,000/year).
    • Comprehensive benefits package.

    Application Process: Please send a cover letter and your resume including salary requirements to Sarah Lott, Chief Impact Officer, at

  • Date Posted: March 27, 2023

    Company Name and Description: Youth Consultation Service (YCS) is a mission-driven organization partnering with at-risk individuals to build happier, healthier, more hopeful lives. Our robust continuum of care includes 40+ residential behavioral health programs, community-based services, two schools, and outpatient clinics throughout the state of NJ which leads to an opportunity for maximum growth and advancement. YCS has been caring for at-risk children and families since 1918.

    Job Type: Full-Time

    Location(s): Paterson/Newark/Orange/Hackensack/Haddon Heights/Estell Manor, NJ

    The position is a combination of both clinical and case management. Our Clinician will become a part of our multidisciplinary team (Clinicians, Case Managers, Psychiatrist, Nurse, Residential Counselors) that provide an array of therapeutic services to individuals in our care. Small caseloads allow us to provide the highest quality of care and a commitment to the professional growth and clinical development of our team members. This position reports to Program Director who can provide Board Approved Clinical Supervision, while the agency at large offers monthly clinical rounds, and training to enhance and broaden learning opportunities and professional development. We offer a competitive salary and benefits package, including generous paid time off, flexible scheduling, annual reimbursement towards CEUs, public loan forgiveness, and a sign on bonus of $2,500.00!


    • Complete Strengths and Needs and Joint Care Reviews through PerformCare.
    • Develop and implement safety/soothing plans with youth and family.
    • Develop and work with youth and family on a comprehensive treatment plan and discharge plan (with new discharge).
    • Provide individual and family therapy.
    • Provide group therapy.
    • Attend treatment team meetings.


    • Master’s or doctoral degree in counseling or social work.
    • License to practice independently in NJ including LCSW, LMFT, LPC, LAC, LSW.
    • On-site supervision is available for LSWs and LACs by an NJ independently licensed therapist with a documented plan to achieve clinical licensure within 3 years.

    Application Process: Please contact Thomas Johnson at with interest.

  • Date Posted: March 27, 2023

    Company Name and Description: Jewish Family Service & Children's Center of Clifton-Passaic (JFS) supports and strengthens
    the lives of families and individuals by providing affordable, top-quality mental health and social services. Founded in 1948 as a refugee resettlement agency, JFS has evolved into a full-service social services agency with a primary mission of supporting vulnerable populations in the community. We offer a comprehensive array of programs that address the community’s needs and challenges, including financial assistance, vocational rehabilitation, crisis intervention specializing in domestic violence and outpatient mental health services for young children, teens, adults and seniors. The agency provides non- denominational care with a focus on residents of Clifton and Passaic Counties.

    Job Description: This position is part of the Bilingual Adult Mental Health (BAMH) Program dedicated to providing culturally informed services to the Latinx/Hispanic community of Passaic. Mental Health Clinicians at JFS evaluate through psychosocial and family assessments, the social, emotional, interpersonal and environmental needs of clients. The incumbent
    develops trusting therapeutic connections and provides culturally appropriate mental health and behavioral interventions. MH Clinicians employ evidenced based interventions and are versatile to provide family and group therapies as appropriate. The MH Clinician assesses, conceptualizes and skillfully engages with the client’s systems such as school and family. He/she must also stay current on and be able to guide clients to community resources. The incumbent exercises appropriate insight and knowledge of contemporary psychiatric evaluation when formulating a diagnosis and treatment plan. He/she provides ongoing assessment of the client’s progress and treatment.


    • Master’s degree in a mental health related field such as Psychology or Social Work from an accredited school.
    • License to practice mental health in New Jersey (LSW, LCSW, LAC, LPC).
    • Available to meet with clients on-site.
    • Strong working knowledge of psychotherapy principles and practices.
    • Knowledge of current DSM criteria and MH treatment modalities.
    • Familiar with crisis assessment tools and techniques.
    • Bilingual Spanish/English speaking ability.

    Compensation: Hourly or fee-for-service at $35 - $50/hour.

    Application Process: Please contact with interest.

  • Date Posted: March 20, 2023

    Company Name and Description: Trillium Family Services is the only provider in Oregon offering a full continuum of children’s mental and behavioral healthcare services. Our interventions are ranked in the top 10-20 percent most effective among children’s mental health organizations nationwide.

    Our vision is to create safe communities where children are healthy and every family has the opportunity for success. Families get the support they need – when and where they need it. There is a focus on prevention and health; organizations and systems are connected in a synergistic sanctuary community that generates: Non –violence, Growth and Change, Democracy, Emotional intelligence, Social learning, Open communication, and Social Responsibility.

    Our investment in the future of each child means that the next generation of Oregonians will have the skills to contribute meaningfully through employment, community service, and raising their own healthy families.

    View open positions and apply online here

  • Date Posted: March 20, 2023

    Company Name: Mercy Center

    Location: 1106 Main Street, Asbury Park, NJ 07712

    Job Description: Provide guidance and support to individuals, children, and families dealing with issues affecting their environment and emotional well-being. Counselors should have the abilities and skills to engage diverse populations, using a holistic “wellness” model, which highlights and encourages the individual’s strengths. Sessions will be conducted virtually and or remotely with flexible working hours.


    • To work with individuals, children, families, and groups to improve emotional well-being.
    • Conduct psychosocial assessments and help clients define goals, plan actions gain insights, and empower.
    • Conduct groups and utilize a behavioral approach to emotional problems with children and adolescents.
    • Provide crisis intervention services and case management.
    • Develop and apply appropriate modalities to address clients’ presenting issues.
    • Apply a holistic (mind and body) approach to emotional health care.
    • Maintain all case files and other records in strict compliance with policy, regulation, and procedure.
    • Coordinate service planning and maintains ongoing contact with providers for the continuing care of clients.
    • Actively participate in ongoing professional development training as needed to meet all licensing standards and credentialing policies.


    • Proficient in Spanish preferred (ability to communicate effectively both verbal and written).
    • Respect for and knowledge of different value systems; ability to understand and communicate with people of different socio-economic and cultural backgrounds.
    • Excellent interpersonal, communication, and writing skills.
    • Ability to work as an integral team member and independent and maintain a positive and respectful attitude.
    • Strong analytical and strategic problem-solving skills.
    • Experience in providing counseling, case management, and advocacy.
    • Excellent organization skills and high attention to detail are required.
    • Ability to engage in constructive self-care activities to manage secondary trauma.
    • Strong computer proficiency in Microsoft Office, specifically Word, Excel, and Outlook.
    • Valid driver’s license and automobile insurance coverage.
    • Must pass child abuse and neglect registry screening, criminal background check, and pre-employment drug testing.
    • Must be willing to adhere to the philosophy, mission, and policies of the Mercy Center.
    • Master’s degree in Social Work, LSW, or LAC with three (3) years of experience in social services or a relevant degree.

    Salary and Benefits: Commensurate with experience and qualifications. The benefits package includes medical, dental, life insurance, accidental death, long-term disability, 403b retirement plan, and 13 paid holidays/per year. Competitive salary depending on experience and qualifications.

    Application Process: Email resume and cover letter to Dawn Dell’Omo at

  • Date Posted: March 20, 2023

    Company Name: PFC Program at CAREPLUS NJ

    Job Description: Responsible and accountable for proving in-home services to children and adolescents and their families to increase family stabilization. Assure departmental objectives are accomplished within prescribed time frame by performing the job responsibilities personally.


    • Provide short-term in-home counseling services to children and families who are presenting with behavioral and relational challenges.
    • Document in designated electronic health record promptly.
    • Communicate and collaborate with system partners, child family, and team members, to benefit youth and families.
    • Provide individual and family therapy to establish family stabilization.


    • A licensed or provisionally licensed LCSW, LPC, LMFT, LSW, LAC, LCADC or MFT.
    • Bilingual (Spanish, Korean or Polish speaking preferred), ABA, or sign language a plus.
    • One (1) year of work experience with children and adolescent populations.
    • A valid driver's license and must be insurable under Agency's automobile insurance policy.


    • Competitive pay ($58 - $68/hr).
    • Mileage reimbursement.
    • Excellent supervision, including on-call and PAID weekly group supervision.
    • Flexibility to create your own schedule, including setting consistent weekly appointments including weekends.
    • Opportunity to obtain clinical hours towards LCSW and LPC licensure.
    • Opportunities to receive free and deeply discounted continuing education, training in evidence-based models, and case consultation.
    • Our COVID-19 precautions for staff working in-home range from car travel kits, PPE, and client pre-screening prior to home visit.

    Application Process: Send your resume with interest to

  • Date Posted: March 20, 2023

    Company Name and Description: The Special Treatment Unit within the New Jersey Department of Health (Division of Behavioral Health Sciences) is a 500 bed secured forensic facility for sexual offenders located in Avenel, New Jersey. Our inpatient units are designed to treat adult males who have been civilly committed under New Jersey's Sexually Violent Predator's Act. 


    Ann Klein Forensic Center
    Special Treatment Unit
    15 Paddock Street, Avenel, NJ 07001

    Salary: $55,478.62 - $78,450.85


    • Education: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Master's degree in Social Work.
    • Experience: One (1) year of experience in social case work, involving responsibility for gathering and analyzing social information from clients, the determination of their needs, and the planning and administration of treatment plans geared toward the needs of the individual clients.
    • License: Registration as a Licensed Social Worker (LSW) in the State of New Jersey. Applicants may be in the process as long as there is evidence of a passing score on licensure exam and that the application has been submitted. Appointees will be required to possess a driver's license valid in New Jersey only if the operation of a vehicle, rather than employee mobility, is necessary to perform the essential duties of the position.

    Application Process: Send a cover letter and your resume to and complete the online application at:

  • Date Posted: March 20, 2023

    Company Name: Township of Edison

    Location: Edison, New Jersey

    Job Type: Full-Time


    • Supervising staff, providing information and referral services, and social services for the elderly and disabled residents of
      Edison Township.
    • Initiating, creating, coordinating, and developing activity programs while performing office and field work as necessary.
    • Other duties as assigned by the Health Director.


    • A Master’s degree in Social Work with an active LSW certification.
    • 2‐3 years supervisory experience.
    • Knowledge of social work theory, procedures, terminology and methods; Ability to analyze, comprehend and interpret laws, rules, regulations and procedures and to apply them with consistency; Ability to motivate, supervise and evaluate groups of assigned professional or paraprofessional staff; Knowledge of community/county/state/federal resources and programs available to assist the seniors and disabled residents of the township.
    • Must possess a valid NJ Driver’s license and PC Skills.

    Salary: Commensurate with experience. 

    Application Process: Send a cover letter, your resume, and salary requirements to Sonia Alves‐Viveiros at SAlves‐

    • Date Posted: March 19, 2023

      Company Name: Family Justice Center at 180 Turning Lives Around

      Job Type: Part-Time


      • Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in social work or related field required.
      • One or more years of experience/knowledge in domestic violence, sexual violence, human trafficking, and/or trauma preferred.
      • Must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills.
      • Valid Driver’s License
      • 40-hour domestic violence training (can be provided upon hire)
      • Cleared fingerprint, background check, and CARI check required.


      • Assess area of need and develop an individual case plan, provide referrals, resources, and ongoing services and support to clients.
      • Provide crisis intervention and safety planning.
      • Conduct intake assessments and termination summaries.
      • Answer hotline calls and assist walk-in clients.
      • Provide victim advocacy and linkage to other 180 programs, FJC partners, and community agencies.
      • Utilize trauma-informed, strength-based, approaches to all services, able to work with diverse clients with an understanding and practice of cultural humility.
      • Complete Restraining Order (RO) dismissals and advocacy as needed.
      • Maintain timely and appropriate documentation of client records and update
      • Osnium stats as required.
      • Attend staff meetings, peer supervision meetings, and professional development trainings as required.
      • Other duties as assigned.

      Application Process: Send your resume to

    • Date Posted: March 19. 2023

      Company Name and Description: Wincroft Support Services is a community-based mental health agency established to serve individuals and families in need of mental and behavioral support and resources.

      Job TypeFull-Time and Part-Time positions available.

      Location(s): Camden County, Burlington County, Gloucester County, Cumberland County, Salem County, Cape County, and Atlantic County.


      • Support clients from the first meeting with a psychotherapist until the last session.
      • Help clients to explore their issues, concerns, and expectations to reach their goals.
      • Read between the lines in what clients say and guide them to talk about their feelings.
      • Encourage clients to set goals and outline concrete steps to help them reach their goals.
      • Provide information about treatment alternatives and support clients in making informed decisions.
      • Be comfortable when clients are angry, scared, or confused.
      • Convey messages clearly to family members.
      • Be assertive when needed.


      • Therapists: LPC, LSW, LCSW, LAC
      • All positions require a valid Driver’s License and vehicle with valid insurance and registration.
      • The ideal candidate will be capable of working alone and will have extensive experience treating patients of diverse backgrounds and personalities.


      • $2,000.00 sign-on bonus.
      • $60.00 - $90.00 per hour.

      Application Process: Send your resume to Tiffany Jackson at

    • Date Posted: March 20, 2023

      Company: MAC Angels Foundation

      MAC Angels Foundation is currently hiring a compassionate and dedicated licensed social worker ( LCSW, LMSW/LSW) or experienced MSW based in the New York City metro area to join our multidisciplinary team (including RNs), serving individuals with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). Currently, this position is part-time with a flexible work schedule and remote. When appropriate and feasible, the position will include field-based visits to people with ALS (pALS) .

      MAC Angels Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based in Westchester, New York and serving the Greater New York City metro area. We provide vital and much-needed support, guidance, and resources that are critical to the quality of life and care for individuals and their families living with ALS. Our goal is to provide unique, non-medical services tailored to the individual needs of pALS, family, and caregivers, including patient advocacy, coordinating care, case management, and mental health services.

      Position Description:

      The social worker will serve a key role in providing the highest quality of support and care to pALS and their families. As a valued member of the team, you will help foster an environment that builds creative thinking, problem solving, and empowerment. Your help will encourage a respectful and dignified environment for our pALS, families and caregivers. This position will report to the Executive Director and will have the following responsibilities:

      • Connect pALS and their families to community resources and play an important role in coordinating care.
      • Provide guidance on insurance and disability issues to pALS and their families.
      • Assist with legal paperwork related to patients’ medical care (i.e. advance directives, etc.).
      • Conduct home visits as needed, when appropriate, to assess and address psychosocial needs.
      • Address ALS-related family or personal relationship challenges that arise and work to develop family resilience.
      • Responsible for compliance with all regulations, laws, policies and procedures applicable to providing consultative and supportive home visits and protecting patient privacy.
      • Ensure all client interventions are properly documented and logged.
      • Attend biweekly virtual staff meetings.

      We offer a generous hourly compensation rate, flexible work schedule, and a highly-supportive, patient-centric and convivial team-oriented work environment.

      Position Qualifications:

      • Licensed social worker (LCSW, LMSW/LSW) or MSW with relevant experience.
      • Ability to work as part of a team and contribute to team meetings.
      • Hospice or palliative care experience.
      • A strong work ethic and personal integrity.
      • Ability to demonstrate organizational and communication skills which would enable effective interaction with other staff, pALS, families, physicians, health care providers, and the community.
      • Experience addressing needs of pALS, families, or working with the ALS community is helpful.
      • Knowledge of Medicaid rules, regulations, loopholes, and procedures helpful.
      • Driver's license with clean, acceptable driving record & ability to transport self to necessary offices, facilities, and private residences.
      • Comprehensive knowledge of community resources.
      • Knowledge of case management best practices is helpful.

      MAC Angels is an Equal Opportunity Employer and seeks diverse and talented candidates of all cultures, religions, races and ethnicities, and gender expressions. Please send your resume to MAC Angels Executive Director Marty Siederer

      Phone: 914-637-7010


    • Date Posted: March 19, 2023

      Company Name: Therapy Source

      Location: Ridgefield Park, NJ

      Job Type: Part-Time


      • NJDOE school certification as a School Social Worker.
      • Criminal history review (or willingness to obtain).
      • Professional Liability Insurance policy (or willingness to obtain).

      Application Process: Please send your resume to Jenna Guerra at

    • Date Posted: March 19, 2023

      Company Name: Sanar Institute 

      Job Type: Full-Time

      Location: Newark, New Jersey

      Compensation: 53-60k (Depending on years of experience and licensure/certifications) with a comprehensive benefits package

      Responsibilities: The bilingual resiliency social worker will provide trauma healing services through Sanar’s Wellness Center. This position will work with a diverse range of clients that have experienced complex trauma including: survivors of all forms of human trafficking, childhood sexual abuse, sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and image-based abuse. We specialize in services for historically marginalized communities including immigrants and the LGBTQ+ community.  

      Qualifications: Candidates must be a fluent Spanish speaker, comfortable conducting therapy sessions in Spanish. Candidates also must hold an LSW in New Jersey and must have experience working directly with vulnerable populations with a history of complex trauma. An LCSW and/or post-graduate certification in a trauma-specific modality are both a plus, but not a requirement. In addition, this position requires a professional that is highly organized, able to work both independently and collaboratively, and has experience adhering to grant requirements.

      Benefits: Sanar offers an excellent benefits package (health, dental, and vision insurance, 401k with 4% match from the employer, parking or public transportation reimbursements, and life insurance), professional development including supervision toward LCSW licensure and partial CEU reimbursement, in addition to a generous paid time off program and extended holidays. Sanar also offers flexible scheduling including a hybrid work schedule with telecommuting options, a supportive work environment that encourages professional and personal development, a commitment to self-care and convenient headquarters located in Newark, New Jersey near Penn Station.

      Application Process: Please send a cover letter and your resume including salary requirements to Sarah Lott at

    • Date Posted: March 19, 2023

      Company Name: Paterson Township School District

      Job Type: Full-Time

      Dates: March 20, 2023 – June 23, 2023

      Qualifications: Experience with elementary school students and case management required.

      Application Process: Send your resume and school certification to


    • Date Posted: March 19, 2023

      Company Name and Description: Fund for the Public Interest is a national non-profit organization that runs campaigns with some of the nation’s most prominent environmental and social change organizations, such as Environment America and PIRG (the Public Interest Research Group).

      Position(s) Details: We are currently hiring students to join our summer campaign staff in selected cities across the country. All while being paid as members of our staff, students will gain first-hand experience in grassroots organizing, learn valuable communication skills and have the opportunity to participate in a variety of campaign actions including: running media events, coalition building, canvassing and writing editorials.

      View open positions here

      Application Process: Reach out to Kendall Sultan with queries.

    • Date Posted: March 19, 2023

      Company Name: Caritas Program at Holy Family Parish

      Location: 56 Throop Ave, New Brunswick, NJ

      Job Type: Part-Time

      Job Description: Under the direction of the Program Director and a LCSW, the clinical social worker will provide therapeutic counseling services to individuals, couples, families, and groups. In addition, the clinical social worker is expected to complete assessments, progress notes, treatment plans and discharge planning for the clients they serve.


      • Provide therapeutic services to clients and their families.
      • Completes required documentation and paperwork including biopsychosocial assessment, treatment planning and progress notes in a timely manner.
      • Demonstrate cultural competency and commitment to clients.
      • Demonstrate commitment to program’s mission.
      • Occasional participation in community events.
      • Other duties as assigned.


      • Master’s degree in social work having obtained LSW license.
      • Bilingual capacity with ability to provide services in English and Spanish.
      • Working knowledge of program policies and procedures.
      • Ability to work with diverse cultures, ages and economic backgrounds in a cultural competent and sensitive manner.
      • Proficient in Word and Excel.

      Application Process: Send resume to Alexi Motta at

    • Date Posted: March 7, 2023

      Company Name: Atlantic Health System

      Job Type: Full-Time 


      • Works with Health Care Team in identifying inpatients/outpatients and family/significant others psychosocial, financial, and emotional needs. Completes Psychosocial Assessment and develops plan for needs. Collaborates and communicates with Health Care Team to reassess status on an ongoing basis. Provides information to team members regarding community resources and patient/family follow through.
      • Serves as primary contact and advocate for patient; builds and maintains trust of patient and family; provide emotional support; navigate the health care system using knowledge of the intricacies of each system and serving as the patient advocate assuring timely access; serve as point person for physicians.
      • Coordinate patient/family care through visit or phone visit, providing grief counseling, medical equipment set up, mental health assistance, visiting arrangements (hotel), legal services, financial planning and resources. Connect patients with the community as needed: pharmacy assistance, meals on wheels, interventions, etc.
      • Collaborates with corresponding departments such as Palliative Care, pt. financial services patient experience, to provide best measures to assist patient/family individually. Provide coping mechanisms to family’s and assist the family to navigate through meeting personal goals, advanced directives, living wills and provided good quality of life; ex: assist family writing letters to family members, or making videos.
      • Coordinate the resolution process by developing a calendar of events for follow up (follow up care appointments) and provides consistent, clear communication to referring team members on patient progress/resolution.
      • Social work assessments and documentation are completed following patient/family communication and located in the electronic medical record.
      • Facilitates Stroke Support Groups.


      • Minimum Education: High school diploma or GED required; LSW/LCSW required
      • Minimum Experience: 3 + years in social work.

      Application Process: Apply online at

    • Date Posted: February 26, 2023

      Company Name: Brightside Family Services

      Job Description: Responsibility of providing time-limited, solution-focused and evidenced-based Cognitive Behavioral interventions for youths and families in their home. IIC will meet with youth and family in their home from 2 to 4 hours per week and work to improve or stabilize youth’s level of functioning within the home and community to decrease or eliminate behaviors or conditions that may impact on healthy functioning in the home, school, or community.


      • Provide in-home counseling to youth and their families in their home, youth ranging from 3-21 years of age who have emotional and/or behavioral needs.
      • Provide services based on an individualized treatment plan to stabilize to prevent higher level of care.
      • Provide behavioral interventions and behavioral management.
      • Assess and provide diagnosis according to DSM-5 guidelines.
      • Provide evidence-based, time-limited practice/interventions.
      • Demonstrate competency in the knowledge and skills that are necessary to meet clients’ psychological and social needs and deliver services in a culturally sensitive manner.
      • Create and maintain monthly treatment plans.
      • Maintain communication with care managers regarding client progress.
      • Attend scheduled meetings relating to treatment planning and position responsibilities, as well as supervision, if applicable.
      • Interact professionally and respectfully with clients, families, staff members, and care managers.
      • Document each counseling session in a timely manner.
      • Plan accordingly for termination and communicating plans clearly to clients, families, staff, and care managers.
      • Maintain standards of confidentiality.
      • Counselor must maintain a driver’s license with a clean record.
      • Provisionally licensed clinicians must provide proof of clinical supervision.
      • Must pass a criminal history background check.


      • LAC/LSW (1099 and W2 positions available): $60-75/hr (rate based on experience).
      • LPC/LCSW: $80-85/hr (rate based on experience).

      Application Process: Please send resume to

    • Date Posted: February 27, 2023

      Company Name and Description: Westchester Jewish Community Services (WJCS), a non-profit organization, was founded in 1943 and has grown to be the largest provider of licensed outpatient community mental health services and one of the largest human service agencies in Westchester county. We provide state-of-the-art programs and services and compassionate care to more than 20,000 people of all ages and backgrounds throughout Westchester.

      View all open clinical positions here

      Application Process:

      Contact with interest:

      Ashley DeNicolais, HR Recruiter
      (914) 761-0600 ext. 2119

    • Date Posted: February 27, 2023

      Company Name and Description: Westchester Jewish Community Services (WJCS), a non-profit organization, was founded in 1943 and has grown to be the largest provider of licensed outpatient
      community mental health services and one of the largest human service agencies in Westchester County. We provide
      state-of-the-art programs and services and compassionate care to more than 20,000 people of all ages and backgrounds
      throughout Westchester.

      View all open mental health services positions here

      Application Process:

      Contact for interest:
      Ashley DeNicolais, HR Recruiter
      (914) 761-0600 ext. 2119

    • Date Posted: February 25, 2023

      Company Name: Mindful Power, LLC

      Job Type: Full-Time/Part-Time

      Location: Mountainside, NJ (Hybrid)

      Job Description: Focus on working with a consistent client base on a clinical basis, and leave the administrative work to us.

      Qualifications: A candidate with postpartum/perinatal and/or fertility counseling experience would be a bonus.

      Salary: $50,000 - $150,000/year.


      • Retirement matching.
      • Health insurance.

      Application Process: Please send resume to

    • Date Posted: February 25, 2023

      Company Name: A Family Option Adoption Agency (

      Qualifications (at least one of the following):

      • Licensed clinical social worker, licensed social worker, or a certified social worker and have a minimum of one-year experience in the human services field.
      • Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, or a related field with one year of professional experience in the human services field.
      • Master’s degree in social work, psychology, or a related field.


      • Maintaining up-to-date case records
      • Preparing home studies for adoptive applicants
      • Preparing other case reports as required by the courts, cooperating agencies or Manual of Requirements for Adoption Agencies
      • Providing direct pre-placement, placement, post-placement services to children, birthparents, foster parents, adult adoptees, or related parties within the scope of the agency programs
      • Other duties as assigned
      • This position of caseworker is on a contractual basis.  The assignments vary in scope and geographical range. You will have the opportunity to accept or pass on any particular assignment.

      Application Process: Please send your resume and cover letter to

    • Date Posted: February 25, 2023

      Company Name: A Family Option Adoption Agency (


        • Supervision, managements, training, and evaluation of all case work staff members, students, and consultants.
        • The approval of all decisions regarding family and child eligibility for service, maternity and child care, transportation and placement arrangements, finalization, and any other changes in the child’s legal status.
        • The implementation of the agency’s adoption program(s) and services, and recommendations regarding changes to the program.
        • This position of case work supervisor is based on a full-time schedule (minimum of 30 hours per week).


        • Licensed social worker or licensed counselor and have a minimum of two years experience in services to children and families, one of which shall be in adoption services.

        Application Process: Please send resume and cover letter to

      • Date Posted: February 25, 2023

        Company Name and Description: Incorporated in 1970, Visions and Pathways (V&P) was New Jersey’s first private 501(c)(3) non-
        profit youth shelter. Our mission is to provide abused, neglected, homeless and missing youth with housing, a stable environment and supportive services that help them become self-sufficient.

        Job Description: Our Behavioral Department has an immediate opening for a LCSW/LSW/LPC Intensive In–Community (IIC) Therapist with experience in conducting individual, group and family therapy with troubled youth and their families; and participate and collaborate with each the child-family team, which may consist of, but not limited to, behavioral assistants, mentors, teachers, care managers, DCP&P, school administration and other community resources.


        • Provide therapeutic counseling services to children and families in their homes.
        • Teach children and caregivers strategies to help manage maladaptive and high-risk behaviors while helping the family to develop healthier family dynamics.
        • To deliver evidence-based practices in compliance with agency policies and regulations.
        • Participate and collaborate with each the child-family team (CFT) which may consist of, but is not limited to, behavioral assistants, mentors, psychiatrists, teachers, care managers, DCP&P, school administration and other community resources.
        • Participate in weekly/biweekly/monthly (depending on license requirements) supervision to discuss the therapeutic process.
        • Create and implement treatment for each assigned youth.
        • Be sensitive to cultural differences of clients and respond appropriately.


        • Master’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling, LCSW, LSW or LPC  
        • Two years post graduate experience working with children and young adults with behavioral issues highly desired.
        • Superior oral/written communication, presentation, organizational and leadership skills required.
        • Bilingual English/Spanish.
        • NJ Valid Driver’s License is required.

        Application Process: Please send resume to

      • Date Posted: February 17, 2023

        Company Name: University of Delaware

        Job Description: The Program Director for the Master of Social Work (MSW) in the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Delaware is responsible for developing and coordinating a new academic program to prepare professional social workers to work with individuals, families, communities, schools, and NGOs to address disparities, issues of social justice, and systemic racism among the many communities in Delaware and mid-Atlantic region. The College currently offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Services with concentrations in Pre-Social Work/Counseling, Family and Community Services, and Early Childhood Development. Building on our long history of offering high-quality professional preparation programs and addressing the needs of local and national communities for high-performing professionals, the College recently received funding and launched an initiative to develop an accredited MSW program at the University of Delaware.

        The Program Director provides visionary leadership to the planning, development, and if approved, the operation of the MSW program through bringing new collaborations, supporting the growth of the MSW program, guiding the accreditation process, and leading the program in its efforts to continue to enhance the quality of its research, instruction, and partnerships with those in underserved communities and the organizations that support these communities as it relates to the field of social work. The Program Director is responsible for program development, academic leadership, and nurturing faculty growth and development while creating a collegial environment.


        • Master's degree in social work (MSW) and five years in a setting and/or organization directly related to the job responsibilities. Doctorate (DSW) preferred.
        • Holds license for clinical social work (LCSW).
        • Demonstrated ability to establish rapport with key stakeholders and community members.
        • Knowledge of current best practices in clinical social work preparation.
        • Demonstrated record of addressing systemic racism and advancing equity and co-constructing a climate of inclusion and sense of belonging among students, faculty, and staff.
        • Ability to work collaboratively with faculty, staff, and the education community and with individuals from diverse backgrounds.
        • Demonstrated understanding and consideration of the differing needs and concerns of individuals with varying identities, cultures, and backgrounds.
        • Committed to fostering a workplace culture of belonging, where diversity is celebrated, and equity is a core value.
        • Ability to work independently, be flexible, handle multiple tasks simultaneously, attend to details, complete tasks accurately, and work with deadlines.
        • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including public speaking.
        • Ability to solve problems, be resourceful, and design effective policies and procedures.
        • Has knowledge of technology, such as Excel, Access, learning management systems, and video processing.
        • A record of applying for and receiving external funding for program innovations and expansion is preferred.
        • Experience with innovation in academic programs, scholarship, outreach, and engagement is also preferred.
        • Teaching experience and/or working in a university setting is preferred.


        • Oversee all aspects of the development of the University of Delaware’s MSW program.
        • Collaborate with funders, advisors, and a development team.
        • Develop all aspects of a MSW program at UD - including accreditation, curriculum, staff, field placements, and recruitment.
        • Direct and support needs assessments and market studies related to development.
        • Establish and maintain all requirements for accreditation established by CSWE.
        • Collaborate with partners to complete and submit grant and funding proposals and updates.
        • Present development updates to funders and interested parties as requested and required.
        • Maintain shared partnership documents and processes.
        • Oversee processes related to marketing, recruitment, selection, and placement for those enrolled in the MSW program.
        • Engage in program evaluation, data collection, and identify areas for continuous growth and improvement.
        • Organize and provide leadership for governance meetings.
        • Implement professional learning and training sessions as required.
        • Develop new partnerships with communities throughout Delaware.
        • Collaborate with Institutes of Higher Ed (IHEs), LEAs, DDOE, and other interest groups to continue the work of social work to improve pathways to preparation and to diversify the social work workforce.
        • Develop a hiring plan and hire, oversee, and evaluate staff and instructors (if applicable).
        • Develop a plan for induction support for MSW program graduates (and eventually, oversee the processes-support provided to first-year graduates of UD’s MSW program).
        • Complete other job-related duties as assigned.

        Application Process: Apply online at

      • Date Posted: February 16, 2023

        Last Date to Apply: Position open until filled.

        Company Name and Description: Previously known as the Interfaith Hospitality Network, Family Promise of Hunterdon County (FPHC) began as a volunteer-driven residential program in 1990. Since then, we have expanded our programs to include
        homeless prevention, rapid re-housing, and programs to meet the unique needs of low-income residents of
        Hunterdon County.

        Job Type: Full-Time

        Location: Flemington, NJ

        Job Description: The Case Manager/Housing Specialist is a highly responsible professional position providing assessment, case
        management to include: (Intake, Individual Case Plans, Service Assessments, Landlord Outreach/Mediation and
        Monitoring and Evaluation) and advocacy services to displaced and formerly displaced families with children.
        The position is part-time. The Case Manager/Housing Specialist will work as part of a dynamic, innovative
        team that embraces a creative environment.


        • Responsible for providing a positive role model and offering support and guidance in life skill development.
        • Crisis intervention.
        • Management of housing programs and providing case management to program clients while maintaining complete and accurate documentation of services and outcomes in accordance with grant rules and regulations and agency policies and best practices.
        • Establish long term and short-term goals with clients by setting schedules, coordinating services and arranging access to resources including transportation.
        • Advocate for needed services and entitlements.
        • Maintain client records, review case notes and track progress.
        • Monitor clients progress by participating in interdisciplinary meetings and evaluations.
        • Support clients’ graduation by reviewing and strengthening discharge plans, coordinating discharge and post-discharge requirements, and providing resources.
        • Meet program budgets by monitoring expenses and implementing cost-saving actions
        • Update job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities, reading professional publications and participating in professional organization.
        • Enhance organization's reputation by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different ideas and exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments.
        • Providing client transportation.
        • Opening and closing the Day Center.
        • Attendance at agency events.
        • Working with volunteers.


        • Bachelor's degree strongly preferred.
        • 3+ years of experience preferred, but not required.
        • Bilingual a plus.
        • Experience working directly with low-income or displaced families preferred.
        • Background check, drug test, valid NJ driver's license and vehicle required.

        Salary Range: $40,000/year

        Application Process: Send resume with interest to

      • Date Posted: February 16, 2023

        Company Name and Description: Capital Academy is a Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility (PRTF).

        Location: Camden, NJ 

        Job Type: Full-Time


        • Currently licensed in New Jersey as a LCSW or LPC.
        • Compassionate and caring demeanor.
        • Ability to build rapport with students.
        • Strong leadership qualities.
        • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.


        • Working with male adolescents ages 14.5 - 18 upon admission, in individual, group, and/or family therapy.
        • Develop and execute individual treatment plans
        • Complete clinical documentation including but not limited to mini treatment plans; 30- and 90-day treatment plans; and discharge summaries.
        • Provide and facilitate individual therapy, core group, specialty group and family therapeutic sessions.
        • Determine appropriate milestones to gauge student progress.
        • Communicate student updates to all relevant parties.
        • Maintain accurate student documentation.
        • Participate in student treatment team meetings and all other meetings as required.
        • Facilitate referrals to other healthcare professionals and programs as needed.
        • Complete JCR’s for cyber/performed care; strengths and needs assessments and case notes.
        • Complete all required documentation in the time frames established by Capital Academy, our contracted agencies, and other outside systems.

        Salary: $76,000.00 - $80,000.00 annually with a sign-on bonus of $2,500 after successfully completing 90-day probation.

        Application Process:

        Contact with interest:

        Beverly Turner, HR Manager

      • Date Posted: February 16, 2023

        Company Name: Life Changing Counselors, LLC (

        Location: Union and Essex Counties 

        Job Type: Part-Time/Contract 

        Job Description

        Life Changing Counselors, LLC is looking for therapists with an LSW, LCSW, LPC, LAC or LMFT to provide intensive in community (IIC) counseling in Essex and Union County. IIC providers will work with youth and family to identify clear and specific emotional, social and behavioral needs and set treatment goals.


        • Developing a treatment plan and updating progress notes weekly.
        • Maintain regular contact with treatment team members including CMO and mobile response.
        • Make appropriate clinical recommendations at the time of conclusion of services.

        Application Process: Email resume to

      • Date Posted: February 15, 2023

        Job Description: Under the direction of the Program Director, Licensed Social Worker will provide direct services including individual (including youth), couple, family, and group therapeutic services to patients, including assessments, treatment plans and discharge planning. LCSW supervision will be provided.


        • Provide therapeutic services to clients and their families.
        • Completes required documentation and paperwork including biopsychosocial assessment, treatment planning and progress notes in a timely manner.
        • Demonstrate cultural competency and commitment to clients.
        • Demonstrate commitment to program’s mission.


        • Master’s degree in social work having obtained LSW license.
        • Bilingual capacity with ability to provide services in English and Spanish.
        • Working knowledge of program policies and procedures.
        • Ability to work with diverse cultures, ages and economic backgrounds in a cultural competent and sensitive manner.
        • Proficient in Word and Excel.
      • Updated: March 15, 2023

        Company Name and Description: TheraCouch LLC, a premier mental health care company, is seeking part-time clinically licensed clinicians (LCSW, LPC or LMFT), Master’s-level Therapists (LSW/LAC) and Behavioral Assistants (BA) to work within our Intensive In-Community (IIC) Program. IIC Clinicians/BAs work in families’ homes and their communities conducting weekly individual and family therapy sessions with children, adolescents, young adults and their parents/guardians. We serve families throughout the majority of the state. We are offering you an opportunity to change the lives of the families across the state of NJ. Join TheraCouch today!

        Job Type: Part-Time and Full-Time positions available.

        Location: New Jersey


        • Provides short-term evidence-based therapy to children, adolescents, young adults and their families in their homes or community settings.
        • Schedules and conducts a minimum of one (1) weekly therapeutic session with each youth and family assigned to the clinician, delivered within the authorized time period and in accordance with the authorized number of units.
        • Completes initial consents for treatment and other chart forms as required by policies and procedures.
        • Maintains an active caseload up to a maximum of 40 hours per week.
        • Actively participates in Child Family Team Meetings as conducted by the referral agency.
        • Maintains regular communications with referral sources, including Care Managers and/or Children’s Mobile Response staff as the youth and families progress with treatment.
        • Collaborates with members of the community including schools, medical providers, psychiatric providers, DCP&P staff, treatment facilities and other community resources that the youth and family are engaged with to support assessment, treatment, service planning, and transition.
        • Makes recommendations on appropriate level of care and needed services and links to services in the community, when appropriate.
        • Creates Individual Service Plans (ISP) and modifies treatment approaches utilizing assessment data from standardized instruments. Individual Service Plans need to be updated with each new authorization.
        • Completes Behavioral Assistant (BA) ISPs, when working with BAs, by the second face-to-face meeting with the youth and family and ensures delivery of cohesive and collaborative services with the assigned BAs.
        • Enters clinical notes and other collateral information into the online CYBER system within 24 hours of the session.
        • Performs other duties as required.

        Qualifications for In-Community Therapists:

        • Possession of a Master's degree in Social Work or Counseling.
        • Post-graduate experience working with children, adolescents and adults with behavioral health and psychiatric issues preferred.
        • Current verifiable Clinical License (LSW, LAC, LCSW, LPC or LMFT) credential in good standing.
        • Possession of a valid New Jersey driver’s license in good standing.
        • Willing to travel locally within the state of N.J.
        • Flexible schedule, including some evenings and possible weekends, to facilitate program services.

        Qualifications for In-Home Behavioral Assistants

        • NJ Behavioral assistant Certification is a plus but not required. All candidates, however, must be certified within 6 months of employment as per state requirement. Please see training website for more information:
        • Must possess a Bachelor's Degree.
        • Bilingual candidates encouraged to apply.
        • Must meet with the youth and their families in their homes and/or communities on a consistent basis.
        • Must have a valid driver’s license and a reliable registered and insured vehicle.
        • The pay range for services rendered are dependent upon certifications, experience, and needs. 

        Higher pay for bilingual therapists & BA's.

        Qualifications for Bio-psychosocial Assessors (BPS):

        • Possession of a Master's degree in Social Work or Counseling.
        • Post-graduate experience working with children, adolescents and adults with behavioral health and psychiatric issues preferred.
        • Current verifiable Clinical License (LCSW, LPC or LMFT) credential in good standing.
        • Possession of a valid New Jersey driver’s license in good standing.
        • Willing to travel locally within the state of N.J.
        • Must complete Strength and Needs Assessment Certification

        Assessors have the option of NOT having weekly cases. They can complete assessments ONLY!!!


        • LSW/LAC: $45-$55/hour
        • Clinical Therapists & Assesors (LCSW, LPC, LMFT): $60-$80/hour
        • Behavioral Assistants: $30-$40/hour


        • Earned sick leave
        • Healthcare stipend (Full-Time employees).
        • Flexible schedule
        • Contractor status

        Application Process: Send resume to Isheaba Ellis at with interest. 

      • Date Posted: February 15, 2023

        Company Name and Description: Service Program for Older People (SPOP) is nationally recognized as a leader at the intersection of mental health and aging. SPOP provides award-winning therapeutic services for adults ages 55+ throughout New York City. We are expanding our services, and have several full-time positions for LMSW/LCSW clinicians to provide individual and group psychotherapy at our outpatient clinic satellite locations. Services are currently offered on site and via telehealth. No evenings, weekends or after-hours
        coverage required.


        • Qualified applicants must have an LMSW or LCSW.
        • Candidates should have strong clinical skills, experience using an electronic health record, and experience working with older adults.
        • Fluency in Spanish required.
        • As per NYC Department of Health Mandate, all employees must be fully vaccinated.


        • $68K annual salary with comprehensive benefits package, including ample paid time off, medical, dental and vision insurance as well as a flexible spending account, and signing bonus.
        • Reimbursement for trainings and licensure.
        • Extensive supervisory and educational opportunities, including clinical consultation, individual and group supervision, and on-the job CE credits.

        Application Process:

        Please send cover letter and resume to:
        Teresa Theophano, LCSW
        Senior Vice President for Community Programs

      • Posting Date: January 31, 2023


        Position Summary and Requirements

        The West Orange Department of Senior Services is seeking a part-time Senior Livability Coordinator (SLC) to implement a unified system across all Township departments to create efficient, systematic change for seniors seeking services throughout West Orange. The long-term goal is to increase social involvement and participation among seniors in West Orange to promote living an active and healthy lifestyle. The Township and Department recognize that mental health and physical health are connected to overall well-being. The overarching objective of the Senior Livability Initiative Project is to support the aging in place movement - the ability to live in one's own home and community safely, independently, and comfortably, regardless of age, income, or ability level.

        The Senior Livability Coordinator is responsible for activities such as the following: Formulate plan to promote Age-Friendly initiatives throughout each municipal department. Collaborate with all the departments in the Township meeting with directors to present plans and anticipated steps to integrate and provide follow-up support and information. Provide orientation and training to familiarize Township departments and specialty groups such as Pedestrian Safety Advisory Board. Develop promotional materials for Township Age-Friendly initiatives to publicize throughout the community. Collaborate with municipal departments, especially the Dept of Senior Services, West Orange Recreation Department, West Orange Health Department, and the West Orange Public Library to develop and effectively implement age-friendly activities in the community. Target low-income residents and ESL seniors. Monitor and evaluate program achievements and progress made toward each of the 8 Age-Friendly domains. Expand communication to seniors through the use of social media, texting, and online platforms. Exploration of additional technology programs and support, including Senior Planet. Complete AARP updates needed to maintain Age-Friendly Township designation. Maintain current grants, communication, and reports for community partners and funders while seeking future grants to assist in expanding and developing additional programs. Review AARP and other Age-Friendly literature including e-newsletters and blogs.

        The SLC will work 25 hours a week at $35.00 per hour to begin as soon as possible. Some evenings may be needed to attend meetings and events. Bachelor’s degree in social work, health education, gerontology, or a related field is required; a Master’s degree is preferred.  

        Applicant should be familiar with the Senior Livability Initiative and the World Health Organization’s 8 Domains of Livability. Computer experience is a must, NJ driver’s license is required; bilingual skills and West Orange resident status are preferred.

        To Apply: Please submit via email only a cover letter, resume, three professional references to John O. Gross, Business Administrator/CFO at

        The Township reserves the right to review resumes and conduct interviews as they are received.

      • Date Posted: January 26, 2023


        Integrative Psychology Services is a thriving clinical practice that has been providing psychological services to the elderly population in New Jersey since 2006. We provide clinical services in long-term care, assisted living, day programs, and independent living facilities. In keeping with the mission that everyone should have access to mental health care, IPS has expanded its practice to work with all populations via teletherapy. We are currently looking for EXCEPTIONAL LICENSED PSYCHOLOGISTS PsyD or PhD and LICENSED CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKERS (LCSW), to join our practice. Continued growth has created positions in Essex, Morris, Warren, Somerset, and Bergen Counties. Our goal is to help our patients function at an optimal level both in facilities as well as in their personal and professional lives. To achieve this end, clinicians will also be working collaboratively with the staff at facilities, as well as caregivers and home healthcare support services.

        If you're interested in an intellectually challenging and rewarding career where you can make a major difference in the lives of others, we invite you to submit an application to join our group. We believe clinicians should not be burdened by excessive paperwork or administrative tasks and should be provided with ample time to engage in meaningful therapy. This is the perfect position for someone who wants to experience working in a multidisciplinary team setting. We are offering both part-time and full-time positions.  Candidates MUST be licensed in the state of NJ.

        Job Description:

        • Clinician will utilize a safe and caring approach combined with scientifically valid treatment interventions. The aim is to teach our patients coping skills to reduce depression and stress-related physical and psychological symptoms caused by the myriad of medical issues and changes in the elderly person’s social environment.
        • Counseling, education, and training will be implemented to assist caregivers and home health care agencies to help meet the needs of our elderly patients.
        • Function as a vital part of a multidisciplinary treatment team.
        • You will be trained to identify and treat the major symptoms of problematic adjustment such as behavioral disturbances, depression, and anxiety.
        • Utilize behavioral management strategies to address the negative behaviors associated with dementia.
        • Provide a broad spectrum of therapies including individual psychotherapy, group therapy, as well as consultation and supportive services to the families of residents of long-term care facilities and home based settings.

        Job Requirements:

        • Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the State of NJ
        • Driver’s License and registered vehicle
        • Willing to travel
        • Dependable, creative, and enjoys helping others

        Salary and Benefits:

        • Excellent earning potential
        • Paid holidays and vacation time
        • Health Insurance
        • Simple IRA plan

        Hours per week:

        • Part time
        • Full time - 40 hours

        Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

      • Job Title: Economic Justice Coordinator 

        Hours: Usually Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., occasional evenings and weekends, hybrid (some work in-office in Hamilton, NJ required)

        Supervisor: Cierra Hart, Director of Housing and Economic Justice 

        Job Status: Full-time, Exempt  

        Salary: $55,000-65,000 depending on education and experience (including lived experience as a survivor or member of a marginalized community) 

        Position Summary:  

        Under the supervision of the Director of Housing and Economic Justice, the Economic Justice Coordinator will coordinate NJCEDV’s economic justice and mobile advocacy efforts, with special attention to coordinating outreach and support for organizations that serve historically marginalized populations.  

        Primary Job Responsibilities:  

        1. Provide training and technical assistance for culturally specific organizations, domestic violence programs, anti-poverty agencies, and local, state, and government agencies working with victims of domestic violence. 

        2. Expand economic opportunities for survivors and work with culturally specific organizations and domestic violence programs to connect survivors with housing and economic empowerment resources to promote stability, safety, and well-being for survivors and their children. 

        3. Coordinate projects with the Department of Labor, the Division of Family Development, and other collaborative partners related to economic justice opportunities for survivors. 

        4. Research economic justice legislation and policies affecting victims of domestic violence.  

        5. Work with domestic violence programs to develop economic empowerment, housing stability, mobile advocacy, and self-sufficiency initiatives that will help survivors. 

        6. Maintain NJCEDV’s internal statistics related to economic justice and complete reports.  Maintain and review project data and complete narrative and statistical reports. 

        7. Collaborate and connect with local, state, and federal contacts to create a network of housing and economic empowerment resources.  

        8. Collaborate with other staff to plan and implement NJCEDV’s annual conference, bimonthly membership meetings, advocate forums, and trainings.  

        9. Assist with the development of economic justice materials for domestic violence programs and allied organizations.   

        10. Contribute to the monthly newsletter, social media posts, website, and other publications as requested.  

        11. Represent NJCEDV on statewide committees, commissions, and task forces.  

        12.Provide survivor-driven advocacy, crisis intervention, safety planning, and facilitate connections to resources.  


        1. A demonstrated understanding of and commitment to ending oppression and violence against women.  
        2. Thorough understanding of domestic violence – its impacts, causes, and the intersection of other forms of oppression.   
        3. Training facilitation and public speaking skills. 
        4. Respect for and knowledge of different value systems; ability to understand and communicate with people of different socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds.
        5. Empowering, inclusive, and facilitative leadership and communication style.  
        6. Must be self-directed, motivated, and willing and able to take initiative to develop and implement projects. 
        7. Excellent interpersonal, communication, public speaking, writing and presentation skills. 
        8. Ability to engage partner agencies and communities in a positive manner. 
        9. Ability to work well as part of a team and conduct oneself in a manner consistent with NJCEDV’s values and mission. 
        10. Minimum of three years’ experience working in a local domestic violence service program or closely allied organization.  
        11. Advanced technology skills, including proficiency in Windows (including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) and online communications.  
        12. Excellent time management skills, ability to organize and manage multiple projects.  
        13. Commitment to creating an inclusive, supportive, transparent, and positive work culture. 

        To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to Cierra Hart (she/her), Director of Housing and Economic Justice, at

        NJCEDV is an equal opportunity employer. Survivors and individuals from marginalized communities are strongly encouraged to apply.

      • Date Posted: January 23, 2023

        Company: Maimonides Health

        We’re Maimonides Health, Brooklyn’s largest healthcare system, serving over 250,000 patients each year through the system’s 3 hospitals, 1800 physicians and more than 80 community-based practices and outpatient centers. The system is anchored by Maimonides Medical Center, one of the nation’s largest independent teaching hospitals and home to centers of excellence in numerous specialties; Maimonides Midwood Community Hospital (formerly New York Community Hospital), a 130-bed adult medical-surgical hospital; and Maimonides Children’s Hospital, Brooklyn’s only children’s hospital and only pediatric trauma center.  Maimonides’ clinical programs rank among the best in the country for patient outcomes, including its Heart and Vascular Institute, Neurosciences Institute, Bone and Joint Center, and Cancer Center.  Maimonides is an affiliate of Northwell Health and a major clinical training site for SUNY Downstate College of Medicine.

        We are currently seeking a dynamic leader for a full-time perinatal mental health clinician to work as the chief clinician of the Brooklyn Parenting Center at Maimonides, an exciting new initiative to provide integrated perinatal health, pediatric primary, and behavioral health care in the first thousand days.  The candidate will be based in the Article 28 OBGYN outpatient clinic, with a primary clinical role, however the position includes administrative, supervisory and leadership work in the institution.

        Job responsibilities include:

        • Providing short-term, evidence-based behavioral health services as a fully integrated member of the women’s health multidisciplinary team
        • Conducting and/or overseeing mental health, ACES, and social needs screenings of pregnant women and mothers of new-borns to identify at-risk individuals and families
        • Supervising other mental health providers at the Brooklyn Parenting Center; Performing staff training
        • Actively collaborating and coordinating activities and referrals with other hospital units (e.g. Psychiatry, Pediatrics, Behavioral Health) to facilitate warm hand-offs and seamlessly integrated service provision
        • Leading psycho-educational and psychotherapeutic groups for pregnant individuals and families with newborns
        • Participating in multidisciplinary team meetings
        • Lead Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) initiatives to ensure the model is delivered with fidelity
        • Participate in research and data collection to evaluate program success and health outcomes
        • Ability to work independently as this role may be the only behavioral health professional on site

        We require:

        • Master’s degree in Social Work from an accredited school of social work;
        • Current certification as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW);
        • Sophisticated therapeutic and psychological testing skills, with an emphasis on culturally competent, short-term, outcome-oriented evidence-based practices;
        • Deep understanding of the impact of trauma, toxic stress, and social determinants, on health and well-being; and
        • Demonstrated commitment to prevention-based programming and promotion of health equity.
        • Bilingual English/Spanish preferred.
        • Research interest preferred.

        The Brooklyn Parenting Center aims to address social challenges that affect a diverse patient population and to build an equitable and welcoming environment that will serve our patients and continue to support a culture of diversity and inclusivity.

        Our department strives to find candidates who will contribute to Maimonides Medical Center’s commitment to diversity and inclusion through their work. We continue to build a diverse team of mental health clinicians that reflect the variety of patients we serve. 

        Salary range for LCSW: $85,000-$110,000, commensurate with training and experience

        For immediate consideration, please send CV and Cover Letter to Annika Brauer, Brooklyn Parenting Center Program Manager at

        Maimonides Medical Center (MMC) is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion in all aspects of recruiting and employment.   All qualified individuals are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration without regard for race, creed (religion), color, sex, national origin, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, military or veteran status, age, disability, pregnancy, predisposing genetic characteristic, marital status or domestic violence victim status, citizenship status, or any other factor which cannot lawfully be used as a basis for an employment decision in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws.  MMC is committed to following the requirements of the New York State Human Rights Law with regard to non-discrimination on the basis of prior criminal conviction and prior arrest.

      • Posting Date: January 19, 2023

        Company: NYC Department of Social Services








      • Posting Date: January 19, 2023

        Common Justice website:

        Common Justice develops and advances solutions to violence that transform the lives of those harmed and foster racial equity without relying on incarceration. Locally, we operate the first alternative to incarceration and victim service program in the United States to focus on violent felonies in the adult courts.  Nationally, we leverage the lessons from our direct service to transform the justice system through partnerships, advocacy, and elevating the experience and power of those most impacted.  Rigorous and hopeful, we build practical strategies to hold people accountable for harm, break cycles of violence, and secure safety, healing and justice for survivors and their communities.

        Common Justice operates a restorative justice-based alternative to incarceration and victim service program for serious and/or violent felony cases such as assault, burglary, and robbery. The project brings 16- to 26-year-olds responsible for crimes together with those they have harmed and their support people in a facilitated dialogue to determine appropriate sanctions to take the place of a prison sentence. The project engages and prepares all parties, convenes the dialogues, and provides supervision and support to both those harmed and those responsible for crime. It aims to meet the needs of people harmed by crime, prevent further violence, minimize the unnecessary use of incarceration, and improve people’s experience of justice.

        The Trauma Support team at Common Justice is dynamic and growing. Under the direction of the Assistant Director of Trauma Support, the Trauma Support Manager will work in close collaboration with program teammates to continue building out trauma informed, survivor-centered, healing-directed services rooted in Common Justice’s philosophy.  The Trauma Support Manager will listen to and learn from the survivors we serve, including formerly incarcerated people and communities of color directly impacted by criminalization and punishment, Black communities, and other communities of color building movements for survivors and social justice.


        The Trauma Support Manager will be responsible for the following duties:

        • Participating in screenings and intakes of harmed parties and making recommendations regarding engagement post-enrollment,
        • Conduct safety planning with survivors.
        • Create and implement individualized healing-oriented service plans with harmed parties (crime survivors) to address their needs arising from the crime and in their lives generally;
        • Deliver trauma-informed curriculum and supportive services to survivors; and where necessary connecting harmed parties to appropriate services and supports externally,
        • Assisting the team in integrating survivor/harmed party participation into restorative justice circles by crafting agreements with survivors/harmed parties, preparing survivors/harmed parties, supporting them in the circle and after,
        • Making regular home, field, and office visits,
        • Facilitate groups for survivors with a focus on violence, trauma, coping tactics, and culturally rooted healing strategies; Implementing Common Justice’s trauma education group curriculum, supporting group participants in a community partnership model, and recruiting participants into further engagement and support,
        • Supporting and contributing to Trauma Support processes and infrastructure, including weekly meetings and occasional retreats,
        • Shaping and participating in internal program presentations, including staff meetings, case conference and training & development meetings,
        • Advancing institution-wide initiatives, including by serving on internal committees and/or task forces as needed,
        • Collaborating in learning with colleagues from across departments,
        • Demonstrating clear understanding and fluency in Common Justice’s survivor/harmed party engagement model, its tools, and internal resources, 
        • Representing the work publicly as needed; supporting internal Policy, Organizing and Communications teams
        • Recording, maintaining, and auditing data for consistency and accuracy using Salesforce
        • Contributing to programmatic materials as needed
        • Supporting with additional departmental projects as needed.


        Candidates must possess the following qualifications:

        • B.A/ B.S Required with a minimum of 2-3 years of relevant experience in direct service work.
        • Bilingual skills (English/Spanish) preferred.
        • Experience working with survivors of crime/trauma and delivering trauma-informed care strongly preferred.
        • Excellent communication skills.
        • Strong group facilitation skills.
        • Experience in conflict resolution, transformative justice and violence intervention;
        • Flexibility and ability to manage multiple tasks efficiently.
        • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.
        • Serious commitment to social justice.
        • Anti-racist analysis and practice.
        • Experience working with system-involved youth and/or adults strongly preferred;
        • Deep knowledge and understanding of criminalization of communities of color and the criminal justice system;
        • Ability to think and work intersectionally, particularly with regard to race, class, gender, sexual orientation, and gender identity, as well as a demonstrated commitment to continual learning in these areas;
        • Experience in conflict resolution, restorative and transformative justice, and violence intervention preferred;
        • Familiarity with databases including Salesforce, OVS Portal and other relevant entry databases preferred.
        • Formerly incarcerated people are strongly encouraged to apply.


        Frequent evening and occasional weekend work will be required. This position requires a regular presence in the Bronx, Manhattan, and Brooklyn sites. Some travel within NYC for group work (up to 30% of time).


        To Apply

        Salary is commensurate with experience within Common Justice’s pay range of $62,500 - $68,500 for a Manager level position. A competitive benefits package is provided, including medical, dental, life, long-term disability insurance, retirement 401(k), and substantial vacation.

        Please submit a resume, and cover letter indicating where you found this position to Please include “Trauma Support Manager” in the subject line of your email.

        Closing Date: April 19, 2023

      • Job title: Staff Clinician (LSW)

        Posting Date: January 18, 2023

        Full time: 37.5 hours a week/ Part time 25 hours a week

        Company: The Irvington Counseling Center

        21 Wagner Place Irvington NJ 07111

        Minimum qualifications:

        • Masters Degree in Social work and must have a scheduled exam date to take the LSW exam or obtain the LSW Within 3 to 6 months of hire

        Preferred qualifications: LSW

        Job description/tasks: Complete intake evaluations, assessments, individual, family or couples counseling to clients children, teens and adults. Providing weekly therapeutic counseling to clients struggling With mental health issues such as depression, anger management, anxiety, past trauma and other life stressors. interventions such as parenting skills, stress reduction, coping skills, problems solving skills, life skills and psycho-education related to mental health issues and general daily life struggles. Providing case management, treatment planning, discharge planning, linkage and Referrals.

        Contact information: Raywatie Gocool, 973-399-3132 ext 209,

        To Apply: Please send your resume to the email in the contact information or call the phone number to inquire about a possible interview.

      • Job Title: Social Worker- Family Health Center Pediatrics

        Date Posted: January 18, 2023

        Full-time Position: Mon-Friday with weekend rotation

        Company name and website: Saint Peter’s University Hospital /

        Location: New Brunswick, NJ

        Minimum qualificationsMSW from accredited Graduate School of Social Work, NJ Social Work License: LCSW or LSW, Ability to work some weekends/holidays

        Preferred qualifications: Previous hospital, and outpatient medical care experience

        Job description:

        The Social Worker provides clinical social work services and discharge planning evaluation to medical specialty areas. This includes:

        • Rounding with interdisciplinary team members for the purpose of progression of care, consultation, collaboration, and identification of patients requiring further evaluation, development, or implementation of health care plans or complex psychosocial issues
        • Conducting coordination of care
        • Documenting clearly, concisely, and relevantly
        • Working with the outpatient providers, patient, and/or formal/informal support system to develop and/or contribute to a care plan appropriate for the patient
        • Providing Social Work intervention when appropriate
        • Educating patients and family members
        • Maintaining effective collaborative communication with interdisciplinary team members
        • Developing and maintaining community relations

        Contact information: Human Resources

        Application information: Apply online at

        Open until the position is filled

      • Date Posted: January 19, 2023

        ARE YOU CURRENTLY UNEMPLOYED? Are you passionate about serving your community? Do you want to be part of the anti-hunger movement?

        WHO ARE WE?
        Hunger Free America (HFA) is a nonpartisan, national nonprofit group working to enact the policies and programs needed to end domestic hunger and ensure that all Americans have sufficient access to nutritious food.

        WHAT IS IT?
        The Anti-Hunger Employment Program places dislocated (unemployed) workers with temporary full- and part-time jobs at HFA and at partner nonprofit organizations. They will help fight hunger with activities like food distribution, nutrition education, outreach, volunteer recruitment, benefits access work, and more while earning a paycheck. Don't qualify? We also have employment opportunities through the AmeriCorps VISTA Program.


        • Complete an application
        • 15-min phone screening
        • Complete and pass a dislocated worker eligibility screening
        • 30-45-min interview with supervisor(s) Provide 2 professional references Receive notice of employment

        View opportunities in New York State and apply.

      • Job Title: Social Service Manager

        Posting Date: January 18, 2023


        Organization: Active Day. At Active Day, we provide the highest quality personalized care to seniors and adults with special needs through fun and engaging communities built upon compassion and trust. Our members are at the center of everything we do, and our drivers are an important part of a team dedicated to creating a warm, welcoming, and caring environment. This is a job that requires you to bring your smile, passion and enthusiasm to work, and where you can take pride in knowing you make a difference in the lives of others.

        Description: The Social Services Coordinator is responsible to plan, organize, develop and deliver all required social services to meet the needs of our members and their families/caregivers. The Social Services Coordinator will be responsible for all Social Service Assessments and Summaries as well as provide case management services to address the psychosocial and socio-economic needs of members and their families or caregivers. The Social Services Coordinator communicates regularly with the Center Director and clinical team to ensure members receive the most comprehensive and quality of care possible and that all care is conducted within HIPAA regulations and in accordance with all state required laws and regulations.


        • Must have a degree in Social Work, a MSW degree or BS degree
        • Minimum one (1) year social work experience in a health care facility, preferably working with seniors and/or adults with disabilities
        • Knowledge of applicable state and federal environmental and OSHA regulations
        • Extremely strong collaborate skills across all levels of staff
        • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
        • Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills
        • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
        • Excellent time management skills with a proven ability to meet deadlines.
        • Thrives in a collaborative and team environment
        • Good Computer skills
        • Ability to step in and help the team as needed to support our members.

        Job Responsibilities: 

        1. Provides case management to coordinate with internal and external ancillary services for members and families.
        2. Coordinates with Nurse Manager and/or members of the clinical team in the development and implementation of member plans of care.
        3. Participates on Safety and Quality Assurance Committees and establishes and schedules Member Council meetings, Caregiver Support Groups. Participates in Care Plan for Interdisciplinary Team and records clinical notes as required.
        4. Evaluates members referred to the Center to determine appropriateness for admission. Assists with referrals to other agencies when a member is not appropriate or becomes inappropriate to participate as a member at the Center.
        5. May explore and evaluate financial situations and assist members in using appropriate resources.
        6. Ensures compliance with all company policies and procedures and applicable regulatory authorities (ie: State Department of Health and Senior Services, state and federal environmental agencies, OSHA, USDA) and prepares paperwork as required.
        7. Maintains formal written communication with members and families and facilitates counseling through support groups and one-on-one sessions.
        8. Maintains accurate files and records of member and social services information. Provides billing, transportation and member referral information as needed.
        9. Participates in community outreach programs, including communication with other health and social service providers and inquiries from prospective members. Participates in Center marketing activities.
        10. Provides active assistance with members as needed (ie: hygiene, meals, ambulation, arrivals and departures, and social activities).
        11. This list of duties and responsibilities is not intended to be all-inclusive and may be expanded to include other duties or responsibilities that management may deem necessary from time to time

        Please apply on under careers or send resume to, Tricia DiLisciandro,

      • Posting Date: January 13, 2023

        Overview: Do you have a passion for working with children and families? Community Solutions Inc. is looking for compassionate, dedicated people in the Newark, NJ area who want to empower youth and families by creating strength-based behavior change that will be sustained long after treatment ends.

        You will receive ongoing training in the Multisystemic Therapy (MST) model as you work with families, youth, their communities, and other key members of their ecology to implement MST as designed. Extensive research has proven the effectiveness of MST. MST therapists do whatever it takes, via close collaboration with all involved, to address the needs of juveniles with serious criminal offenses, including and, in some cases, substance abuse. You will empower families to address challenging and/or problematic behavior and to help youth aged 12 - 17 make life-transforming changes. Treatment progress is made through intensive interventions such as skill building, changing unhelpful family interactions, and increasing social support, to name a few. For more information on Multisystemic Therapy, please watch this video: How Does MST Work?

        Community Solutions Inc. (CSI) is a nonprofit organization that promotes the responsible citizenship, accountability, and well-being of individuals and families involved, or at risk of involvement, in the child welfare, juvenile justice, or criminal justice system. Since CSIs founding in 1962, it has been a pioneer in the community-based service. We have been delivering supervision, treatment, and comprehensive individualized services to help clients interact more effectively in their communities and become productive citizens. Using this plan we built the first ever halfway house in New England which has now been replicated and grown to almost 50 programs in 10 states. For over 50 years, CSI has been building upon its successful foundations and has been expanding its services to serve thousands of adults, youth, and families each year.

        Duties & Responsibilities

        • Provide direct clinical treatment using the MST treatment model and principles. Some principles include leveraging strengths and focusing on the positive, understanding sequences of behavior, and increasing mature behavior.
        • Conduct a thorough assessment of the client and family: gather information on behaviors of concern and strengths in the family and their ecology to inform conceptualization of the problem behaviors and interactions within the familys ecological context.
        • Comfort working with a diverse community of clients
        • Knowledge of the types of families in the community
        • Continuously work to engage the primary caregiver, family members, supports, and community agency staff in change-oriented treatment.
        • Dedicate time to weekly case planning and evaluation of case progress, with ongoing support from your supervisor and team members.
        • Receive regular training, professional development, supervision, and consultation activities designed to help you acquire extensive clinical skills within the MST treatment model.
        • Assure, along with fellow clinicians, that clients have access to 24 hours/day, 7 days/week support as needed.


        • Bachelors degree required in Social Services or related field, Masters degree preferred.
        • Three years of work experience in social work or clinical treatment
        • Social Work or other clinical license is preferred.
        • Must possess a Valid driver license and have reliable transportation to travel to client's homes an possibly transport multiple clients at once.
        • Ability to travel up to 75% of the time.
        • Must live within 30-45 minutes travel time from the designated service area.
        • Covid-19 Vaccination or negative test result required prior to start.

        Preferred Experience

        • Professional licensure in social work or other clinical field preferred but not required.
        • Direct use of pragmatic (i.e., structural, strategic, and functional) family therapies
        • Therapy with children and adults using cognitive-behavioral techniques
        • Couples therapy using behaviorally-based approaches
        • Implementation of interventions within or between systems in the youths natural ecology (i.e., family, peer, school, and neighborhood)
        • Collaboration and partnership with community agencies
        • Previous work providing in-home or community-based therapy services


        CSI offers great benefits which include:

        • Two (2) weeks vacation accrued within the first year, bumped to three (3) weeks accrual after 1 year of service.
        • Sick time (7 days accrual basis), floating holiday time (4 days/year).
        • Medical and Dental plans.
        • Voluntary plan options for: Vision, FSA, voluntary STD, Accident, Hospital, Life insurance and AD&D.
        • 401(k) Retirement savings plan with automatic enrollment and a company match of 100% up to 4% of your contribution.
        • Tuition reimbursement after 1 year service.
        • Ongoing training.

        Follow this link to apply

        CSI is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Vet. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

      • Posting Date: January 11, 2023

        Summary of Position:  Provide effective and appropriate clinical intervention as the parent-child clinician for six clients and the individual/substance use clinician for six clients.  Flexible work schedule requires ability to work evenings and rotate on a 24/7 on call schedule. In addition, these dynamic individuals must possess a trauma-informed skillset to work with the target population for cross training to:


        • Master’s Degree in Counseling, Social Work, or related field
        • Minimum of 1-2 years’ experience working in a substance use related field and children preferred

        Qualified to provide substance use disorder treatment independently in New Jersey as either a LAC, LPC, LSW, LCSW, LCADC, LMFT, or licensed psychologist

        Specific Responsibilities/Functions/Competencies:

        • Undergo cross-training to effectively act as parent-child and individual/substance use clinician
        • Deliver treatment to facilitate positive parent‐child interactions and optimal child development
        • Promote reflective capacity utilizing an infant mental health approach
        • Co-facilitate weekly parent-child therapy group (Social Club)
        • Attend required trainings
        • Submit all required data to supervisor and evaluator
        • Participate in technical assistance (TA) meetings and calls
        • Attend weekly parent-child outpatient group; one evening per week.
        • Rotate on a 24/7 call schedule
        • Conduct toxicology screens with clients at every encounter, observing the toxicology screen when client is of the same gender;
        • Facilitate positive parent-child interactions and optimal child development through effective treatment;
        • Conduct developmental screenings for client’s child;
        • Address child safety issues including but not limited to safe, adequate sleep.
        • Refer client to medication-assisted treatment (MAT), as appropriate
        • Co-construct treatment goals related to recovery, education, employment, healthy relationships, family communication, and/or legal issues with each individual client.
        • Provide individual psychotherapy to address comorbid mental health issues
        • Collaborate with other systems to coordinate care to support the client and child, including with the MAT provider as needed;
        • Work in close collaboration with DCP&P local office from the time of the referral until the client is discharged
        • Frequently communicate with the assigned DCP&P caseworker via phone/encrypted email about client’s progress and any concerns about the client’s functioning
          • Meet monthly with IHRP Team, DCP&P caseworker, supervisor, and DCP&P/IHRP liaison at local DCP&P office to review case progress
        • Notify the DCP&P caseworker when a client relapse
        • Demonstrates ability to assess risk category, mental status, level of compliance and motivation, clients’ needs and provide applicable interventions, targeting parental recovery and psychological well-being
        • Utilize the tools of Family Based Recovery (FBR)
        • Perform comprehensive mental health assessment
        • Formulate service plan
        • Evening hours are required.

        Supervisory Responsibilities:  N/A 

        Additional Duties and Responsibilities:  Attends all team meetings; demonstrates ability to perform basic computer functions as required by job function; follows policies and procedures outlined in Employee Handbook; attends at least two agency held quarterly meetings per year; demonstrates familiarity with organization and program specific policies; must maintain required CPR and Handle with Care education/certification; all other duties as assigned.

        To apply: email a cover letter and resume to

      • Posting Date: January 11, 2023

        Posting Summary

        This a unique opportunity to be a Fellow in the newly formed Rutgers University Integrated Substance Use Disorder Training Program (RUISTP). The RUISTP is a federally funded, one-year, full-time, interprofessional fellowship program for licensed psychologists, social workers, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners. Selected Fellows will have the opportunity to gain distinctive expertise in team-based integrated healthcare and substance use disorder (SUD) service delivery in primary care medical settings. As part of the largest academic medical center in New Jersey, Rutgers University Behavioral Health Care offers an ideal environment to receive exclusive and specialized training in diverse treatment settings in underserved areas of the state. Fellows will have access to a large network of national and university-affiliated experts in health sciences and healthcare delivery, as well as access to university-wide educational and professional development resources. As an added bonus, we are centrally located in close proximity to both the New York and Philadelphia metropolitan areas.

        Clinical Training

        Fellows will be matched to a participating clinical training site based on tailored assessments of Fellows’ training needs and interests. Fellows will receive intensive clinical training and robust didactics in integrated behavioral healthcare and SUD treatment. The RUISTP will prepare Fellows to deliver evidence-based opioid use disorder (OUD) treatment; nurse practitioners and physician assistants will specifically obtain DATA-2000 waivers for the medication treatment of OUD. All clinical sites are in high-need, medically underserved communities of New Jersey.

        Research Opportunities

        In addition to clinical training, Fellows will have the opportunity to engage in research as desired and in accordance with professional development goals. As one of the nation’s leading public academic research centers, Rutgers University offers Fellows the chance to learn more about and engage in meaningful clinical and health sciences research.


        Social Worker: MA in social work with LCSW or LSW licensure in the state of New Jersey. Experience or training in medical environments preferred but not required.

        The successful candidates will:

        • Have interest and/or experience in team-based care with members of an interprofessional care team
        • Have interest and/or experience with integrated care, behavioral medicine, and substance use disorder treatment
        • Have comfort working in behavioral health and primary care medical settings
        • Be enthusiastic, innovative, and self-motivated
        • Have excellent communication, collaboration, and problem-solving skills
        • Have the ability to interact effectively and sustain relationships with program administrators, colleagues, and peer Fellows


        Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience. Fellows will be provided with standard benefits including health insurance and paid time off. Funding is available for materials and professional development related to program goals.

        Due Date and Timeline

        Applications will be received on a rolling basis until positions are filled. This is a one-year appointment.

        How to apply
        Interested applicants should submit

        • Personal statement outlining clinical interests, other academic interests, qualifications, and professional goals
        • Curriculum vitae
        • Two letters of recommendation


        To apply and submit materials, go to:

        For additional information, contact the Program Director, Holly Lister, PhD at

      • Posting Date: January 10, 2023

        Job Title: Clinician

        Last Date to Apply: The position will be open until filled.

        Company Name: Laura Booker, LCSW, LLC (

        Job Type: Independent Contractor

        Location: Maplewood, NJ

        Job Description: Looking for early career clinician to join in-person Maplewood private practice serving primarily LGBTQ and non-binary children and adolescents (ages 6-18). Will consider both LMSWs and LCSWs. Clinician will provide individual and family therapy and consult with schools, agencies as necessary. Competitive hourly rate, supervision included. 

        Qualifications: Masters degree in Social Work, LMSW or LCSW, at least one year clinical experience with children and/or adolescents, clinical or lived experience with LGBTQ/non-binary population. 

        Please send resume and cover letter to Laura Booker

      • Posting Date: January 10, 2023

        Hunger Free America is hiring dislocated (unemployed) workers for temporary remote & onsite positions. Positions include activities like data analysis, nutrition education, outreach, benefits access work, and others. This is an excellent opportunity for unemployed graduates and dislocated workers to start employment as soon as possible while earning experience with social services.

        The Anti-Hunger Employment Program places dislocated (unemployed) workers with temporary full- and part-time jobs atHFA and at partner nonprofit organizations. They will help fight hunger with activities like food distribution, nutrition education, outreach, volunteer recruitment, benefits access work, and more while earning a paycheck.

        Hunger Free America (HFA) is a nonpartisan, national nonprofit group working to enact the policies and programs needed to end domestic hunger and ensure that all Americans have sufficient access to nutritious food.

        To Apply:

        • Complete an application15-min phone screening
        • Complete and pass a dislocated worker eligibility screening
        • 30-45-min interview with supervisor(s)
        • Provide 2 professional references
        • Receive notice of employment

        Hiring will close in the next few weeks. If you have any questions, please contact Lissandra Burgos at and Juliana Pereira at

      • Date Posted: January 4, 2023

        Last Date to Apply: The position will be open until filled.

        Company Name: Cooper Neurological Institute

        Job Type: Full-Time

        Location: Cherry Hill, NJ

        Job Description: Medical social worker in an outpatient neurology office.  The position includes providing case management to patients to assist in navigating the medical system, providing resources, outreach, counseling patients and their families, and running support groups for various neurological diseases


        • Master’s degree in social work.
        • LCSW preferred.
        • Knowledge of Parkinson’s disease, dementia, and other neurological issues is preferred.

        Application Process: Please send resumes to Terri Yeager at

      • Date Posted: January 9, 2023

        Job title: Supplemental Support Counselor; part time

        Company name and website: Rutgers University-Camden EOF (

        Location: Camden

        Application Closing Date: 1/16/2023


        Minimum qualifications

        • Candidates must have completed a Master’s of Social Work from an accredited institution or be licensed as a professional counselor and have at least three years of related experience
        • Candidates should have experience with programming and small group facilitation/discussion
        • Candidates must demonstrate ability to work with a diverse student population, particularly students who are first-gen, low-income and underrepresented in higher education.

        Job description

        As part of a special project grant received from the State EOF Office, EOF is looking for an individual to provide supplementary mental health support services to our population of EOF students. This is a temporary, hourly position that lasts until June 30th. Ideally this individual would be able to come to campus one day a week to see students and/or facilitate discussions. We are looking for someone who can be creative in how they interact with and/or support students, i.e. they are comfortable utilizing social media channels and youtube to produce content.


        This individual will be expected to: 

        • Develop and facilitate weekly or bi-weekly small group sessions, programs, and workshops for students within the Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) program on topics related to personal wellness/management, including anxiety, depression, and stress
        • Provide opportunities, both in 1:1 and small group sessions for identified EOF students to engage in self-reflection and self-awareness exercises to better understand and address challenges related to their personal, mental, academic, and social success
        • Provide an additional layer of 1:1 support to students who have been identified as needing support in identifying and developing a plan to address specific personal and academic stressors and behaviors that serve as a barrier to their success.

        Contact information 

        Dr. Randi Mayers:

        Apply Online:


      • Date Posted: January 9, 2023

        Closing Date: open until filled

        Full/part time – Full-time

        Company name and website: Humanus (

        Location: MT Holly, NJ 08060

        Minimum qualifications: Masters of Social Work and Certified school social worker

        Preferred qualifications: Experience working with children (7-21) and working with special needs, autism, behavioral needs, and emotional disturbance.

        Job description

        A highly motivated school certified social worker is needed to work closely with other students and staff members at this small private school. This position requires flexibility and excellent interpersonal skills both with internal and external educators, clinicians, families/guardians and other personnel. Responsible for meeting all administrative, legal and program requirements as mandated by all operating contracts including, but not limited to: DYFS, DOE, and COA. The School Social Work will oversee and coordinate all aspects of a client’s treatment program along with providing individual, family, and group therapy in accordance with the treatment plan and in concert with the other members of treatment team. Other responsibilities include: provide therapeutic crisis intervention to students exhibiting behavioral difficulties, provide crisis support to staff members, develop individual student behavior management/intervention plans, participate as an active member of the treatment team in developing the IEPs, maintain relationship and communication with child’s family, and providing group therapy when needed.

        Contact information: If interested please contact Michelle Stehman, 484-393-1907,

        To Apply: Contact Michelle Stehman to apply


      • Date Posted: January 9, 2023

        Closing Date: Ongoing 

        Licensed Social Worker

        • Full/part time – PER DIEM
        • Company name and website – Community Visiting Nurse Assoc.
        • Location – Somerset and portions of Middlesex county
        • Minimum qualifications – 1 year in a healthcare setting
        • Preferred qualifications - Hospice & Palliative care experience

        Job description:

        Community Visiting Nurse Association is a non-profit, fully accredited agency focused on community-centric healthcare.

        We're currently looking for a per diem Licensed Social Worker to join our multidisciplinary team!

        Working in close collaboration with the home health and hospice team, nursing personnel and other team members the Social Worker will:

        • Assist our home health / hospice clients and family members in resolving problems that interfere with their functioning and response to health care services.
        • Assess and develop a plan of care as it relates to long-term needs, discharge planning, financial concerns or home safety factors
        • Address psychosocial factors in home setting and the effects of chronic illness on patient and family coping related to end-of-life care
        • Provide community resource connections
        • Actively participate in Interdisciplinary Hospice Team Meetings bi-monthly.
        • Participate in agency in-service education programs and case conferences.

        1. Master’s Degree in Social Work from an accredited education program.
        2. Possesses a current Social Work License in New Jersey
        3. 1-2 years of experience in a home health care setting
        4. Strong background in hospice and community resources.

        Contact information: Gina Forte, 908.725.9355 x2209.,

        Apply at

      • Date Posted: January 9, 2023

        Full Time

        Homeless Solutions, Inc.

        Morristown, NJ


        • Bachelor's Degree or relevant experience working with the homeless and/or underserved population (Preferred)
        • Valid driver’s license with a clean driving record.
        • Satisfactory results of regular periodic background checks.
        • Strong demonstrated interpersonal and communication skills.  Ability to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing.
        • Ability to prioritize tasks
        • Knowledge of fair housing laws
        • Accuracy and organizational skills
        • Regular and predictable onsite attendance is an essential function of this role.
        • Ability to remain in a stationary position at an office desk and constantly operate a computer and other office productivity machinery
        • Clarity of vision at a range of 20 inches or less.
        • Ability to occasionally move about inside the office to access materials and work spaces.
        • Ability to participate in offsite functions and meetings as required by the position

        Job Description:

        This role is a full time exempt onsite position, with opportunity for flexible scheduling based on experience and at management discretion. This role may be offered with the opportunity for alternative work scheduling of either a 4 day work week (onsite) or a 5 day work week with one day of remote work, in accordance with current organizational policy.  Applicable candidates may be eligible for employer funded LCSW supervision as part of their employment and subject to availability.

        Responsibilities relating to Transitional Housing Program include:

        • Asses the housing needs and barriers of program participants and meet with participants as needed to assist them in working towards their permanent housing goals. Phase III participants - meet twice per month until housing is secured.
        • Identify voucher and permanent housing opportunities for which participants are eligible and acquire necessary application and other relevant information.
        • Work collaboratively with other staff and agency volunteers in order to ensure program participants have applied to all open affordable housing waitlists for which they are eligible. This may include: overseeing/maintaining a directory of applications and contacts, database of eligibility criteria, and documentation related to application tracking. This will also involve training/supporting volunteers and other staff who are assisting with this process
        • Follow up on referrals until housing is secured, meeting with guests as needed.
        • Provide direction and communication to program volunteers conducting market rate housing searches and ensure all housing leads are accessible to guests.
        • Coordinate transportation for consumers with respect to housing-related activities including apartment viewings, meetings with Housing Authorities and affordable housing opportunities. 

        Responsibilities relating to other HSI programs:

        • Meet with housing-ready guests to conduct housing assessments.
        • Collaborate with staff to develop appropriate service plan housing goals and realistic target dates. 
        • Assist guests with permanent housing opportunities and successful placement into safe, affordable and sustainable housing.
        • Contact landlords/property managers on behalf of clients; advocate for clients.
        • Maintain current knowledge of service providers including local housing authorities, affordable housing property managers, agencies that administer housing voucher and other shelter/Transitional Housing programs.
        • Assess furniture needs and coordinate with external partners for permanent housing placements.
        • Provide clients with appropriate referrals in order to obtain security and first month assistance upon transitioning to permanent housing
        • Assist housing-ready consumers with housing applications and provide information for current/upcoming housing opportunities
        • Maintain housing application lists and client housing trackers
        • Attend applicable staff/team meetings and provide content/materials and updates related to client housing progress
        • Coordinate with all applicable Programs & Services staff to ensure wrap-around coordination related to housing.
        • Obtain security deposits and first month rent assistance through collaboration with staff and partner agencies
        • Assist clients in compilation of all applicable supporting documentation and fees.
        • Maintain organization and content level of housing application files and client housing trackers. 
        • Attend applicable staff meetings and provide content/materials and updates related to participant housing searches. 
        • Coordinate with all applicable Programs & Services staff to ensure wrap-around coordination related to housing. 

        All applications must be made through the employer website:

      • Date Posted: January 9, 2023

        Full Time

        Homeless Solutions, Inc.

        Morristown, NJ


        Bachelor’s Degree in a related field preferred

        Minimum one year experience working with homeless population

        Valid driver’s license and clean driving record

        Satisfactory results of periodic background checks

        Basic knowledge of applicable software and technology including Microsoft Office Suite products

        Strong interpersonal and communication skills.  Ability to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing

        Familiarity and knowledge of fair housing laws

        Accuracy and organizational skills

        Regular and predictable onsite attendance during the scheduled hours for this role is an essential function

        Ability to attend occasional offsite and off hour meetings as required by the duties of this role.

        Physical demands described below are representative of those that must be met by an employee in order to fulfill the essential functions of this role:

        1.      Frequent standing and walking including stairs.

        2.      Ability to stand for significant periods of time without rest.

        3.      Regular lifting of up to 30 pounds.

        4.      Vision requirements of this role include clarity at both close and long ranges

        Job Description:

        This role is a full time exempt onsite position, with opportunity for flexible scheduling based on experience and at management discretion. This role may be offered with the opportunity for alternative work scheduling of either a 4 day work week (onsite) or a 5 day work week with one day of remote work, in accordance with current organizational policy.  Applicable candidates may be eligible for employer funded LCSW supervision as part of their employment and subject to availability.

        Collaborating with the Division’s Admissions Coordinator in order to assess benefits history and barriers for   each new guest upon admission into the shelter.

        Meeting individually with guests in the Single Men and Safe Haven programs in order to assess needs related to income and benefits and provide appropriate referrals and support, which may include, but is not limited to:

        • Ensuring that new guests are linked with the Office of Temporary Assistance (OTA) within their first 48 hours in the shelter in order to be screened for and linked to appropriate public benefits (including Emergency Assistance/Immediate Need benefits as it relates to bed night reimbursement).
        • Assist consumers in overcoming any barriers that will hinder their progress in the program. This may include transportation assistance, accessing professional clothing and/or uniforms, or obtaining required documentation such as photo ID’s, social security cards, etc.
        • This may include providing transportation to guests as needed with agency vans and working collaboratively with the RSS Division Manager and other staff in order to link guest to regular transportation assistance.
        • Providing support and navigation assistance for guests who are unable to work due to disability, etc. and have applied or are applying for Social Security benefits.
        • Providing necessary support, advocacy, and navigation assistance to guests who are eligible for, entitled to, or receiving other forms of income in order to ensure access to and maintenance of applicable entitlements.
        • Assisting guests with applicable recertification processes for income sources and public benefits, including Medicaid/Medicare.
        • Troubleshooting issues related to guest benefits and income including medical insurance in order to ensure adequate, uninterrupted coverage. 

        Establishing and maintaining strong working relationships with external agencies responsible for administering benefits and providing support to guests as it relates to income and benefits including, but not limited to: OTA, the Department of Labor, Employment & Training Services, the Department of Human Services / Medicaid, the Social Security Administration, the Department of Children and Families, and other applicable entities. This includes creating, managing and continuously enhancing a network of employers who are willing to provide employment opportunities, training and career support to HSI guests.

        Maintain up to date resource guides and other information on community resources and partner agencies to share with other staff and guests as needed.

        Working collaboratively with other team members within the Men and Safe Haven Division and other HSI staff in order to ensure seamless provision of services and complete wrap around support for every guest within the division. This may include following up and addressing incident as they occur as well as providing as needed crisis intervention and supportive counseling.

        Work closely with other staff to arrange for transportation and other support for guests so they can attend medical, social service and housing related appointments and job interviews/fairs.

        Communicate regularly and clearly to Residential Support Staff and other team members in order to ensure seamless provision of services.

        Serve as agency liaison for all volunteer career coaches, including scheduling career coaching sessions monthly for guests/participants in all HSI programs and communicating with volunteers prior to and after sessions to provide applicable information and follow up support.

        Work collaboratively with Volunteer Coordinator to ensure successful and positive experiences for all volunteers providing career coaching assistance to guests. This may include providing guidance and direction for volunteers assisting with various onsite tasks.

        Collaborate with the housing specialist and other team members in order to help guests set realistic housing goals based on their income / income potential and other barriers.

        Regularly collecting proof of income and benefits from all guests and appropriately maintaining such documentation in guest files and HMIS where it can be easily accessed by all staff within the Division as needed.

        Attend monthly floor meeting for division and help other team members plan for and follow up on meeting topics.

        Attend county Provider Resource Committee meetings and other applicable community events and committee meetings as requested by Management in order to stay up to date on available resources for guests and maintain strong relationships with other providers.

        Participating in required cross training in order to provide as needed support to other roles and departments. This includes flexibility in working with management to adapt to organizational changes.

        Document all client interactions and follow up work in HMIS in a timely and organized manner.

        Assist guests in other division programs as requested.

        Complete special projects at management direction.

        Establish and maintain constructive working relationships with guests and colleagues.

        Participate in all staff meetings and related trainings.

        Exhibit strong personal accountability for, awareness of and adherence to company standards, policies, procedures and processes in all aspects of employment with HSI. 


        All applications must be made through the employer website:

      • Date Posted: January 9, 2023

        Job Description

        Currently seeking LPC, LMFT, and LCSWs to join a growing private mental health counseling group practice. Must have valid licensure in the state of New Jersey. Main Street Counseling is looking to fill full time positions (minimum of 25 clinical hours per week for full-time). Telehealth, In-person, and hybrid options available. Clinicians who can see children, adolescents, and/or couples is a plus. Flexible hours and excellent pay. We value a good work/life balance. In this position, you will have the opportunity to do what you love without having to focus at all on the business side of having a private practice.

        Your responsibilities will be to schedule your own appointments, meet with your clients, and keep your own notes using our Electronic Health Records (EHR) system. We have a system that is quick and easy for our therapists allowing for more time and energy to be focused on client care. All other business responsibilities are taken care of for you (ie: office space, referrals, insurance claim submissions, payroll, etc.).

        Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

        Pay: $55.00 - $87.00 per hour

        Benefit opportunities for full time employees including 401k, Medical, Dental, and PTO.

        If you are interested in learning more, please email your resume and letter of interest to Robert Guiliano at or visit our website at


        • 12 North Main St. Allentown, NJ 08501
        • 1613 Beaver Dam Rd. Point Pleasant, NJ 08742
        • 106 Straube Center Pennington, NJ 08534
        • 1540 Kuser Rd. A3 Hamilton, NJ 08619
        • 1221 North Church St. Unit 106 Moorestown, NJ 08057
      • Date Posted: January 9, 2023

        Company Name and OverviewNew Brunswick Counseling Center and Burlington Comprehensive Counseling is CARF-accredited outpatient substance abuse and mental health treatment center with two clinics located in Burlington and New Brunswick, New Jersey. Since our founding in 1970, our team of dedicated staff has remained committed to delivering courteous treatment to all patients. 

        The Case Manager ensures that his/her assigned clients receive a coordinated range of client-centered services linking clients with health care, psychosocial and other services. The case manager is responsible for entering all client data, units of service, and case notes into the database in a timely manner. The case manager reports to the Admissions Coordinator.


        1. Responsible for cases assigned by supervisor.
        2. Conduct initial comprehensive assessment of clients’ needs and support systems.
        3. Develop a comprehensive, individualized service plan and coordination of the services required for implementation of plans for clients.
        4. Monitor to assess the efficacy of the plan and periodic re-evaluation and revision of the plan as necessary.
        5. Assist clients in applying for Social Security benefits and other types of entitlement programs.
        6. Refer appropriately to other social service agencies.
        7. Provide education and prevention.
        8. Assist and encourage clients to access medical care.
        9. Answer and monitor incoming admissions calls and voicemails from clients for MAT, OP SUD and MH programs.
        10. Complete screening in EHR and NJSAMS (pre admission services) as appropriate for each program, schedule clients in intake appointments accordingly.
        11. Follow up with referral agencies to coordinate care (other substance abuse/mental health agencies, IME, DCPP, Work First etc.)
        12. Contact clients if client does not attend appointment as scheduled or cancels.
        13. Review referrals with supervisor to determine appropriate level of care when needed.
        14. Make referrals if client needs higher level of care.
        15. Document contacts appropriately, communicate with Billing and Medical department as needed regarding new admissions.
        16. Send agency brochures/information to referral sources.
      • Date Posted: March 30, 2023

        Company Name and Description: Penn Medicine is dedicated to our tripartite mission of providing the highest level of care to patients, conducting innovative research, and educating future leaders in the field of medicine. Working for this leading academic medical center means collaboration with top clinical, technical and business professionals across all disciplines. 

        Job Type: Full-Time

        Job Description: This position is housed in the Suicide Prevention Consultation Center (SPCC), and federally-funded by a large center grant (Penn INSPIRE Center) in partnership with local emergency departments. The psychotherapist will provide evidence-based, time-efficient clinical interventions and case management via telehealth to adult patients during and following suicide-related emergency department visits. As part of this clinical intervention, the psychotherapist will assess for suicide risk and collaboratively develop a safety plan with the patient to identify potential warning signs of a suicidal crisis and points of potential intervention. 


        • Provide brief, evidence-based clinical intervention (Stanley-Brown Safety Planning Intervention) to a diverse population of emergency department patients at risk for suicide remotely via telehealth.
        • Conduct weekly structured patient outreach by telephone in month following patient discharge from the emergency. department, including a brief risk assessment, mood check, and review/revision of the safety plan
        • Facilitate outpatient follow-up treatment for patients and support outpatient treatment engagement
        • Communicate and collaborate with emergency department team regarding individual patients
        • Participate in regularly scheduled caseload consultation with the suicide prevention expert
        • Experience with evidence-based counseling techniques for suicidal patients is preferred
        • Advanced training in trauma-informed care, racial trauma, culturally-competent supervision, and/or culturally-responsive interventions is highly desired


        • LCSW or LPC.
        • CPL PA Statewide PATCH Report.
        • LCSW or LPC or LSW or MFT or NCC or PHD or RN or PS or RN.
        • Master of Arts or Science.
        • Masters in Social Work.
        • MSW Minimum 3000 hours of post graduate individual psychotherapy experience.
        • Successful completion of the PEAC payer enrollment process by the UPHS Office of Medical Affairs.

        Application Process: Complete the online application here: