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As a service to our alumni, we list employment openings that we receive. If you have a job you would like to post, please email sswweb@ssw.rutgers.edu. Please include the following:

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Social Worker, The Rodney Kirk Center

Date Posted: August 22, 2019

Employer: The Actors Fund

Location: New York, NY

Job Description: The Actors Fund, a nationwide human services organization that helps all professionals in performing arts and entertainment, seeks a Social Worker at The Rodney Kirk Center to provide clinical case management services to residents 60+ years. The Rodney Kirk Center is a residence based social services program within Manhattan Plaza offering services and activities to help older residents stay socially engaged and maintain their independence, allowing them to safely age-in-place.

Responsibilities:

The Social Worker provides direct services to Manhattan Plaza residents aged 60 and over, their families and significant others.  Services include intake and assessment, intensive clinical case management, short term supportive counseling, as well as coordination of discharge planning with hospitals and long-term care facilities to ensure safe plan for residents returning home. This position also manages and provides the annual visit service to residents who are aged 75 and over.  Collaborating with the Activities & Volunteer Coordinator, the Social Worker will have opportunities to develop and present seminars that address social and health related needs particular to older adults, as well as facilitate events. This is a full-time salaried position based in The Rodney Kirk Center at Manhattan Plaza.  The Actors Fund offers a competitive salary, as well as a comprehensive benefits package, including: choice of multiple health and dental plan options, voluntary vision, flex and dependent care plans, employer-paid life and long-term disability insurance, supplemental life and disability, TransitCheck commuter benefit, 401(k) plan with generous employer match, tuition reimbursement and generous paid time off.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Masters in Social Work from and accredited School of Social Work
  • State licensure (or eligibility)
  • Strong case management and advocacy skills

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience working with seniors or those addressing significant health issues is helpful
  • Familiarity with public benefits helpful
  • Bilingual English/Spanish preferred

Apply online at www.actorsfund.org/jobs. A complete application will include a resume, cover letter and salary expectations. 

Case Manager for Unaccompanied Children

Date Posted: August 21, 2019

Application Deadline: August 30, 2019

Employer: Reformed Church of Highland Park Affordable Housing Corporation

Job Description: The Case Manager will provide Home Study (HS) and Post Release Services (PRS) for Unaccompanied Children (UC).  This position will report to the Program Officer - Post Release Services of USCRI, and to the Executive Director of the Reformed Church of Highland Park.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Assess potential placements for UC, including background interview and home study;
  • Provide culturally and linguistically appropriate post placement services and comprehensive case management for UC;
  • Develop individual case plans with particular attention to culture, language, and special circumstances;
  • Maintain accurate and complete case files by updating database systems, submitting reports, and managing physical case files;
  • Provide information, education, referrals, outreach, advocacy, and support to ensure that each child receives the services they require;
  • Assess the safety and appropriateness of the placement on an ongoing basis using child welfare principles and social work best practices and conduct calls, interviews, and home visits;
  • Build a network of local pro bono legal resources and services and care providers to establish services for UC, facilitate access and removing barriers to those services, and track individual progress via an online database;
  • Coordinate and maintain communication with key stakeholders;
  • Participate in regular training and communication sessions with on-site and case work supervisor and headquarters staff; and 
  • Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.

Requirements:          

  • Bachelor's degree in social work, education, psychology, or sociology with a minimum of two years' experience in case management, preferably working with, serving, and advocating on behalf of immigrant and refugee children; Master's degree (M.Ed or MSW) is preferred;
  • Experience in child welfare, child placements, family preservation and social service provision is desired;
  • Must possess an extensive knowledge of immigrant community local resources;
  • Excellent organizational, verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills, and ability to prioritize duties in a fast-paced environment;
  • Must have a valid driver's license, insurance, a clean driving record, and personal transportation; position requires frequent local and long distance travel with limited notice;
  • Fluency in Spanish is required; proficiency in additional languages a plus; and
  • Candidate must have dedication to the human rights of refugees, immigrants, asylum seekers and displaced people.

 

Physical Demands:

  • Use of manual dexterity, tactile, visual, and audio acuity.
  • Use of repetitive motion, prolonged periods of sitting and standing, and sustained visual and mental applications and demands.
  • Occasional lifting (up to 25 pounds), bending pulling, and carrying.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY 

The Reformed Church of Highland Park Affordable Housing Corporation is an equal opportunity employer.  We maintain a policy of equal employment opportunity without regard to race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, domestic partnership status, marital status, physical or mental disability, AIDS/HIV status, age, political affiliation, genetic information, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.

To apply, please forward a resume and cover letter to: AccompanyNow@rchp-ahc.org by Friday, August 30, 2019. This position is for immediate hire.

Assistant Director, SVPE (Sexual Violence Prevention and Education)

Date Posted: August 19, 2019

Employer: University of Houston, H0292 Wellness Center

Job Description: The Assistant Director for Sexual Violence Prevention and Education (SVPE) is responsible for the direction and assessment of university-wide sexual violence prevention and education at the University of Houston. Ensures multi-disciplinary violence awareness and risk reduction programming in regards to sexual assault, consent, relationship violence, stalking, and bystander intervention. Serves as the liaison with university departments, academic departments, and student organizations. This position is a key leader within a strong Health and Well-Being portfolio in Student Affairs and Enrollment Services, focusing on fostering the holistic well-being of all students through coordinated, intentional services and programs. This position is a vital component of a three-pronged approach within the university and will be a key leader in helping create an integrated Healthy Campus vision with the new AVP of Health and Well-being, while supporting the mission and vision of the University of Houston.

  • Serves as a member of the UH Wellness leadership team and provides support to all programmatic, administrative and budget functions of the department. Assists with the recruitment, selection, training and managing of graduate assistants, student workers, and interns. Participates in the strategic planning initiatives including program budget.
  • Responsible for the overall coordination of sexual violence prevention and education programs both within the UH Wellness Center and university-wide; including weekly outreach to the university community and large-scale programming like Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
  • Chairs student advisory committees on sexual violence prevention and education and serves on various campus and system committees on sexual violence prevention and education ; collaborates with university partners in developing the infrastructure for prevention and education programs for sexual violence including
  • Assists in the implementation of evidenced based education and programming, research and assessment protocols as needed to ensure accountability and learning outcomes.
  • Develops and facilitates customized sexual violence prevention and healthy relationship training workshops across the university community including residence halls, student organizations and academic departments. Provides respondent education as a component of the student conduct system as required.
  • Manages, plans, and implements theory-based and evidence informed health promotional strategies, programs and services for the university. Reviews research data, guidelines, and campus policy to ensure prevention education is in alignment across departments.
  • Attends meetings and represents campus departments on division, university and system-wide committees.
  • In conjunction with the UH Wellness team, provide leadership and training to graduate assistants, student workers, and interns.
  • Performs other job-related duties as required.

Qualifications:

  • Master's Degree and 3 years experience.
  • Requires a thorough understanding of both theoretical and practical aspects of an analytical, technical or professional discipline; or the basic knowledge of more than one professional discipline. Knowledge of the discipline is normally obtained through a formal, directly job-related Master's degree from a college or university or an equivalent in-depth specialized training program that is directly related to the type of work being performed. 
  • Requires a minimum of three (3) year of directly job-related experience.

To apply, visit https://uhs.taleo.net/careersection/ex1_uhs/jobdetail.ftl?job=STA005039&tz=GMT-05:00&tzname=America/Chicago.

PT Babysitter

Date Posted: August 19, 2019

Location/Hours: Kingston, NJ; 2-5pm on weekdays

Job Requirements: 

  • College student, preferably with special needs experience and reliable transportation

To apply, contact Jill Kerwin at 917-748-2387 or jillm@hotmail.com.

Chief Clinical Officer

Date Posted: August 14, 2019

Employer: The Center for Great Expectations

Job Description: Under the supervision of the Chief Operating Officer, the Chief Clinical Officer (CCO) provides leadership and oversight of all clinical programs and provides clinical supervision to core clinical staff. The CCO develops and implements goals and objectives of the Residential (adult, adolescent, child development), Outpatient, Parent-Infant Mental Health, Child Parent Psychotherapy, and Permanent Supportive Housing programs. The CCO supports the development and implementation of tools and training curriculum, and implements policies and procedures to drive forward a culture of Trauma-Informed Care for all individuals working for and/or associated with CGE to ensure that quality and comprehensive service is being delivered on all levels. The CCO promotes the use of the Nurtured Heart Approach in all activities with the goal of promoting a safe and comfortable environment for all individuals within the CGE community. 

Performance Standards:

  • Perform all duties and demonstrate behaviors and attitudes consistent with the Mission Statement and Core Values of the organization, and the Nurtured Heart Approach.
  • Continually participate in building and maintaining positive working relationships through effective communication, performance improvement and teamwork efforts.
  • Be of good character and reputation; sufficient physical, mental, and emotional health to satisfactorily perform her or his job duties.
  • Actively participate in safety programs of the organization by identifying potential risks and promoting client safety as well as environmental safety.
  • Accomplish individual and team goals and objectives established by supervisor based on prior performance evaluation.
  • Comply with HIPAA guidelines regarding client rights and confidentiality.
  • Comply with documentation and training set forth by Human Resources

Executive Leadership:

  • In collaboration with the executive team, play a key role in the overall development, strategic planning, service delivery, and management of the organization.
  • Provide administrative and clinical leadership to program managers to support and develop the provision of services, including the Trauma-Informed Model and Nurtured Heart Approach, to deliver high-value care that is financially feasible and sustainable.
  • Evaluate the needs for the delivery of services, recruitment, interviewing and hiring to fulfill program needs; staff assignments; completion of performance appraisals and managing employee relations.
  • Deploy resources efficiently and effectively toward organizational goals, working with staff to balance workload and effort, and provide ongoing feedback so that staff can continuously improve their supervision and mentoring skills.
  • Collaborate with and support the Chief Training Officer to develop and implement CGE’s Trauma CARE Model curriculum.
  • Identify and develop business relationships with external organizations/providers/community groups to disseminate CGE’s Trauma CARE model; create specified and catered curriculum for each partnership; conduct presentations and communications.
  • Oversee trauma-informed grant funded clinical initiatives and ensure delivery of services and appropriate and timely reporting.
  • Create a work climate that emphasizes collective team performance and demonstrates CGE’s core competencies.
  • Represent CGE at the local and national level by attending networking and educational opportunities and promoting the positive reputation of the organization.
  • Build and maintain strong working relationships with CGE staff and supervisors, as well as external contacts. 

Internal Clinical Leadership:

  • Oversee the development of CGE’s Trauma CARE Model and practice standards across all disciplines consistent with the organization’s mission, and communicate the philosophy and strategies to executive, management, clinical and direct support staff.
  • Direct the delivery of the trauma-informed model and clinical and community oriented services.
  • Review and respond to legal concerns or requests regarding clinical services.
  • Spearhead agency-wide trauma-informed clinical initiatives to identify opportunities for improving outcomes in clinical effectiveness, clinical practice, and standards, and enhancing quality and safety outcomes.
  • Ensure internal staff compliance and awareness of CGE’s Trauma CARE Model through the utilization of training resources.
  • Develop and provide leadership over the development of a competency-based trauma-informed clinical curriculum and training program for all staff.
  • Assist with regular review and updates to agency-wide and program-specific Policies and Procedures.
  • Assist in expansion of Parent Infant Mental Health (PIMH) and Child Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) interventions across all CGE programs.
  • Provide individual and group supervision of clinical staff. 

Other:

  • Work as a member of a team to establish and maintain a high level of care and respect for, and communication with residents and clients.
  • Work in a consistently professional manner at all times, which includes, but is not limited to, treating all residents, clients, staff, guests, and volunteers with dignity and respect.
  • Implement emergency procedures as necessary.
  • Perform other duties as directed.

Qualifications:

  • Doctoral degree in psychology, counseling, education, social work, or related field with extensive experience in the delivery of clinical services.
  • Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills with friendly and professional demeanor.
  • Experience and comfort working within residential setting preferred.
  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills, with astute ability to articulately present material in front of large audience.
  • Team-player outlook. Strong organizational, project management and problem-solving skills with impeccable multi-tasking abilities.
  • Ability to be flexible to the daily changing needs within the community and to handle obstacles with compassion and resolve.

Hourly Investigator - System Navigator

Date Posted: August 12, 2019

Employer: New Jersey Office of the Public Defender

Location/Hours: Mercer County Public Defender’s office in Trenton, NJ.  Hourly employee ($20/hr.) with opportunity to work 944 hours in a fiscal year; weekly hours may vary to between 18-22, dependent on need.

Job Description:

  • Interview Public Defender clients to assess their need for community-based services
  • Assist clients in obtaining drug treatment, housing, employment, and mental health services
  • Identify and connect with community resources to expand the network of available services
  • Prepare well-written reports and appear in court to explain the work done on the client’s behalf

Requirements/Preferences:

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Ability to work in an interdisciplinary client-centered team
  • Driver’s license valid in the State of New Jersey and maintained in good standing
  • Understanding of addiction and recovery; familiarity with social services
  • No criminal convictions within the past five years

To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter to Stephen.Hunter@opd.nj.gov.

PALS Case Worker 2 Job Description

Date Posted: August 9, 2019

Employer:  Women Aware

Job Description: In collaboration with the PALS Coordinator, carries the responsibility for providing case management services to adult victims of domestic violence.  This includes, but is not limited to, the following:

  • Provide a safe, non-judgmental, and empowering environment to clients and staff.
  • Provide individual case management and group counseling services in accordance with accepted standards of care and ethics of the profession.
  • Work collaboratively with Agency staff and community agencies to facilitate the delivery of services. 

Specific Duties:

  • Responsible for ensuring the following direct services are provided to non-residential clients: intake appointments, individual weekly case management for PALS adults, group counseling, client advocacy, crisis intervention, resources and referrals.
  • Manage childcare program; following monthly PALS theme curriculum as appropriate. 
  • Maintain case records for individual and group clients according to Agency documentation policy/procedure, administer evaluations and assessments, complete safety and goal plans with clients, and maintain other records as needed.
  • Maintain contact with clients on the waiting list and update accordingly.  Manage client database and hotline call log.
  • Timely and accurately input statistics into the appropriate spreadsheets.
  • Assist with submitting reports such as: monthly program report, FVPSA, DV core stats, and PALS programmatic report to the PALS Coordinator.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • DV and group experience, preferred
  • Excellent crisis intervention and case management skills required
  • Bilingual-Spanish required
  • Full time, M-F, evenings

To apply, please submit your resume to admin@womenaware.net.

Field Education Coordinator

Date Posted: August 9, 2019

Employer: The Elizabeth Coalition to House the Homeless

Job Description: The Elizabeth Coalition to House the Homeless is seeking a social worker to supervise MSW students for their field placement with our agency. Credentials will include LCSW, SiFi certified and some experience in policy and systems work. Needs to be able to operate in a consensus-collaborative model. Experience in field work supervision a plus.

To apply, send your resume to linda@theelizabethcoalition.org.

New Day Milieu Worker

Date Posted: August 8, 2019

Employer: The Salvation Army

Location/Hours: Philadelphia, PA; Part Time (20-29 hours per week; Monday - Wednesday 9:30 am-5:30 pm and Thursday 5:30 pm-9 pm)

Job Description: The New Day Milieu Worker (NDMW) will work at the Drop-in center to ensure onsite duties are completed during hours of operation. The NDMW will be responsible for assisting in the daily functioning of the drop-in center, coordinating access to resources for all women entering the drop in, as well as provide ongoing crisis intervention and leadership during the hours of the drop in.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's in Social Work or related degree required.
  • Experience with program administration and community organizing work.
  • 1-2 years of experience with working directly with victims of commercial sexual exploitation or domestic violence, or may be a survivor of sexual exploitation.
  • Must have reliable transportation to travel from site to site as may be needed in the performance of duties.
  • Professional-level communications skills.
  • Bilingual in Spanish preferred
  • Child Protection Clearances PA Act 153 requires that all prospective employees complete the following clearance and background checks: PA Child Abuse History Clearance, PA State Police Criminal Record Check and FBI Criminal Record/Fingerprint Check.
  • Must have an understanding of and appreciation for the Mission of The Salvation Army.

If you are interested in applying for this position please submit your resume and cover letter online. Current Salvation Army Employees can apply online at http://internal-usesalvationarmy.icims.com. Prospective employees can apply online at http://careers.salvationarmy.org. No phone calls please.

Therapist

Date Posted: August 6, 2019

Employer: Daytop Village of NJ, Inc.

Location: Pittsgrove, NJ

Job Description: Daytop Village of NJ, Inc., an organization dedicated to providing exceptional and affordable treatment to adolescents and adults with substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders, is seeking a both a part-time and full-time Therapist with experience in Substance Use Disorder Treatment for our Men’s Halfway House located in Pittsgrove, New Jersey to join their high performing team.

Qualifications:

  • Must possess and LAC or LSW
  • CADC/LCADC a +, but not required.
  • Prior Substance Use experience required.
  • Bi-lingual A+

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Team player will have the ability to utilize the Evidence Based Practices in the field of substance use disorders, mental health disorders, and trauma.
  • Complete bio-psycho social evaluations on all assigned clients.
  • Will facilitate individual, group and family therapy.
  • Participate in treatment team meetings.
  • Perform duties as assigned at the discretion of the Program Director or designee.
  • Development of a person centered treatment plan and crisis management.

Hours: Full-time position, evening and some weekend hours required.

Salary: We offer a competitive salary commensurate with education, experience and licensure, including a comprehensive benefit package.

Interested qualified candidates should send their resume to resumes@daytopnj.org.

Case Manager/Social Worker

Date Posted: August 6, 2019

Employer: New Jersey Reentry Corporation

Location: Paterson, NJ

Job Description: The Case Manager/Social Worker will, at a minimum, conduct biopsychosocial intake assessments; provide ongoing case management/coordinated referrals; engage in crisis intervention as needed; conduct ongoing community outreach and engagement; provide precise data entry to meet clinical standards; data evaluation and review; oversee the discharge process and relevant data processing for active clients. This position does meet the requirements to earn clinical hours towards your LCSW.

Qualifications: Applicants must have their LSW and 0-2+ years of professional social work experience. 

To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to Amanda Freno at afreno@njreentry.org.

Grassroots Fundraising Manager

Date Posted: August 5, 2019

Employer: New Labor

Location/Hours: New Brunswick, NJ; Part Time (20-25 hours/week)

Job Description: The Grassroots Fundraising Manager will work with the Executive Director to manage the donor database, implement fundraising events, and cultivate relationships with donors in an effort to increase fundraising. This includes organizing and managing the logistics of events in collaboration with staff, creating promotional and communication materials, and managing PowerBase (database platform).   Additionally, the Grassroots Fundraising Manager will enter donor data, analyze fundraising data and develop a yearly fundraising plan and calendar of events.   

Required Skills and Abilities:

  • Proficiency in English and Spanish
  • Self-directed and independent
  • Organized and good with logistics
  • Process and detail-oriented
  • Experience designing promotional materials (flyers, posts for FB)
  • Experience managing events
  • Experience working with databases
  • Strong oral and written communication skills

To apply, send your resume and cover letter to Zayna Lyon at zlyon@newlabor.org.

Domestic Violence Clinician

Date Posted: July 31, 2019

Employer: Women Aware

Qualifications:     

  • MSW required, LCSW preferred
  • 5 years’ experience in domestic violence counseling or other direct services
  • Supervisory experience
  • Full Time, M-F, evenings

General Responsibilities:

At the direction of and in collaboration with the Director of Client Services, the Domestic Violence Clinician carries the responsibility of the oversight and development of PALS and DVL programs.  This includes, but is not limited to the following:

  • Provide a safe, non-judgmental, and empowering environment to clients and staff
  • Conduct weekly supervision to program staff, interns, and volunteers. 
  • Ensure service provision in accordance with accepted standards of care and ethics of the profession.
  • Conduct program evaluation to ensure compliance with agency guidelines and best practice standards.

Specific Duties:

  • Oversight of domestic violence counseling and crisis intervention programs at Women Aware.
  • Analysis and implementation of policies and best practices for direct services that enhance program effectiveness as well as the safety, well-being, and fair treatment of staff and clients.
  • Directly supervise PALS, Support Groups and DVL program and agency interns.
  • Responsibilities for interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; and appraising performance.
  • Provide individual counseling and trauma informed treatment plans to victims of domestic violence and keep records according to best practice standards.
  • Develop and enhance direct service outcome measures.
  • Participate in professional and community organizations and committees necessary for professional development and increased effectiveness of Women Aware and its programs.
  • On call coverage to be available for clinical emergencies and to direct supports as needed.
  • Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

To apply, please submit your resume to admin@womenaware.net.

Medical Social Worker

Date posted: July 26, 2019

Employer: CarePoint Health/ Hoboken University Medical Center

Location/ hours: Hoboken, NJ. Full-time, or 40 hrs/week

Qualifications:

  • MSW, currently licensed in New Jersey, required
  • Two years’ of medical social worker experience in health care setting (medical/surgical)
  • Must be able to present self in a professional manner to be an effective representative of the corporation
  • Culturally competent
  • Working knowledge of EMR Records systems
  • Bilingual (Spanish/English), preferred

Job responsibilities:

  • Responsible for assessing patient’s social, emotional, environmental, financial, and support needs, and documents these assessments in the electronic medical record.
  • Informs other members of the health care team about these factors, which may affect the patient’s health and well-being.
  • Works with the patient’s family and other service provider agencies to develop a plan for care of the patient.
  • Has a critical role in the area of discharge planning, ensuring that the services a patient will require are in place before the patient is discharged/transferred.
  • Assessment, counseling, and emotional support of post-partum depression.
  • Counsel family members to assist them in understanding, dealing with, and supporting the client or patient.
  • Assist with Medicaid- and Medicare-related paperwork.
  • Consistently and accurately documents assessments and updates in a timely fashion using EMR system.
  • Build and maintain positive relationships and ongoing communication with the team, staff members, patients, clients, and families.
  • Work cooperatively and cohesively with other members of the multidisciplinary team, including participation in daily rounds, staff meetings and trainings.
  • Since medical social workers work with patients with ranging medical situations from traumatic sexual assault to terminal cancer diagnosis, their duties tend to change according to each patient's individual needs.
  • On-call weekend benefit.

If interested in applying, please send resume to terri.lawrence@carepointhealth.org, attention: Terri Lawrence, Social Work Supervisor.

Behavioral Health Therapist

Date posted: July 26, 2019

Employer: CAMcare Health Corporation

Location/hours: Camden, NJ

Job description: This position provides intervention to individuals and families across the lifespan ranging from toddler through late adulthood in an outpatient setting. The therapist works as a primary care team member and may provide both short-term clinical services in a fast-paced, primary care setting and longer-term psychotherapy.

Qualifications:

  • Experience working in an outpatient clinical setting
  • Medication Assisted Treatment for Opioids (MAT) experience, preferred.
  • Experience working in behavioral medicine and health psychology
  • Experience in Cognitive Behavioral and Motivational Interviewing techniques
  • Understanding of Trauma-Informed Care and Interventions
  • Bilingual (English/Spanish), preferred
  • Master’s Degree in Social Work, required
  • Current Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in New Jersey, required

To apply, please visit the online application here.

Care & Social Service Outreach Coordinator, Part-time

Date posted: July 25, 2019

Employer: Princeton Senior Resource Center

Location/ hours: Princeton, NJ. Part-time, or 24 hours per week, onsite a least 4 days/week.

Job description: The care coordinator and social service outreach coordinator is a licensed social worker who provides direct social work services to the participants of the Princeton Senior Resource Center including participant assessments, case management, counseling, referral, grant management, and supports group facilitation.

Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in social work, required
  • Current New Jersey social work licensure, required
  • Previous experience in direct social work care for older adults, preferred

Job responsibilities:

  • Provide care coordination, including direct social services, linkage to resources/services, community advocacy, family/individual consultations, need assessment, support and wellness groups
  • Provide direct care including brief counseling/consultations with individuals and/or families, home/office visits with seniors in the community
  • Initiate and lead support groups (on-site or in the community) to be developed based on needs assessment, including providing coverage for existing groups as needed
  • Develop and plan strategies and programs to assist participants of PSRC to engage with the community through volunteer service that support the developmental need for generativity and purpose
  • Manage the J. Seward Johnson grant program
  • Offer opportunities for and supervise social work interns from neighboring educational institutions
  • Provide occasional programming including health care decision days, memory screenings, engaged retirement programs, and other/new programs developed with social services staff
  • Maintain accurate records including reports, contact logs, database input, etc.

If interested in applying, please see the online application here.

Cape May County Clinician

Date posted: July 23, 2019

Employer: Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health

Location/ hours: Cape May County, NJ. Full-time.

Job description: This position will be responsible for providing clinical services and therapy to individuals in two Cape May County Group Homes. Additional responsibilities include completing assessments, clinical rounds and clinical meetings, and completing required paperwork.

Requirements:

  • Master's degree in social work, counseling, or related field
  • Must be licensed in the State of New Jersey with LSW, LAC, LCSW, or LPC, preferred
  • Must be 21 years or older
  • 1 year of experience in the treatment of offending behaviors
  • Forensic Psychology background, preferred
  • Training and experience in relapse prevention

To apply, please send resume to Amanda Bush at abush4@devereux.org.

 

Program Director

Date Posted: July 19, 2019

Employer: Sadie Nash Leadership Project

Job Description: Sadie Nash Leadership Program (SNLP) seeks an experienced, ambitious and enthusiastic Program Director who will ensure that we deliver a consistently powerful transformative experience to young women across all our programs and sites. Our five key programs include (1) Summer Institute; (2) Sisterhood Academy (in-house after-school classes offered during the school year at our New York and Newark offices); (3) Partnerships (classes during the school year offered at local schools and community organizations); (4) College programming which consists of Leadership Scholars (a class for high school juniors focused on structural inequities within higher education), Nash U (a class for high school seniors focused on the admissions process), and Sister Circles (winter and spring break programming for alumnae in college); and (5) our ELLA Fellowship - a competitive paid opportunity for Fellows to design and implement a social justice project in their community.

Our ideal candidate is someone who understands the history and power of popular/experiential/political education, who is deeply steeped in youth development theory and practice, who has years of experience building and supervising large teams, and who is relentlessly enthusiastic and passionate about achieving high outcomes for all young people.

Responsibilities:  

  • Supervision:
    • Supervise all program coordinators within the New York City and Newark offices - this currently includes five program coordinators.
    • Support program staff at both sites to develop and track ambitious program goals and outcomes.
  • Program Planning and Strategy:
    • In partnership with the Deputy Director and drawing upon staff input, participant evaluations and funding opportunities and constraints, develop a clear strategic focus for future SNLP programming (starting in Summer 2020)
    • Assess current programming for alignment with this strategic focus and adapt program design (content, length of programming, number of participants, target population, projected outcomes) as needed
  • Research and Evaluation:
    • With support from a research/evaluation consultant,
      • Update metrics for program assessment/evaluation drawing upon best current practice within the youth development field and capture our unique pedagogical approach
      • Develop a culture of inquiry amongst program staff to regularly engage with questions about program effectiveness and impact and deepen familiarity and comfort with metrics and evaluation tools
  • Curriculum Development and Dissemination:
    • Develop and oversee process to regularly incorporate new content and innovative approaches within the core curriculum as initiated by part-time educators
    • Oversee process to formalize curricula and/or modules within core curricula for public dissemination
  • Administrative:
    • Develop, manage and oversee program budgets
    • Rigorously track all program outcomes both to identify opportunities for troubleshooting and for reporting purposes

Required Qualifications:

  • 10 years of work experience, ideally within the education field, with at least 5 years experience developing and managing multiple programs, supervising staff and running teams
  • Knowledge of outcomes measurement, program quality tools and other methods to ensure excellence
  • Deep content knowledge and expertise within youth development including different models, latest research, and ongoing trends.
  • Experience designing curricula for high school youth and/or collaborating with curriculum developers
  • Experience analyzing and reporting programmatic data for various purposes.
  • Ability to handle a variety of projects and assignments at once, prioritizing tasks, managing time well, and delegating masterfully
  • Ability to communicate effectively and build relationships with young women and families, community partners, staff, and board.
  • Demonstrated commitment to feminism and social justice.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Graduate degree in related field (e.g. Education, Social Work)
  • Familiarity with Sadie Nash Leadership Project

To learn, and to apply for this job, visit https://sadienashleadershipproject.workable.com/j/BDD9823FFB.

Clinical Supervisor

Date Posted: July 19, 2019

Employer: New Community Corporation

Location/Hours: Newark, NJ; Full Time

Job Description: New Community Corporation in Newark, New Jersey is one of the largest and most comprehensive community development organizations in the country; New Community’s success rests on its comprehensive approach to community development. It is active in housing, health care, education, job training, childcare and economic development. It has provided training to community development professionals from around the country and the world, having hosted representatives from more than 20 countries throughout the years. The mission of New Community is to help residents of inner cities improve the quality of their lives to reflect individual God-given dignity and personal achievement. Under the direction of the Executive Director, responsible for the clinical services provided by the Family Service Bureau under various contract sources: Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services, as well as contracts at the County, State and federal level. Promote the Agency mission in all service delivery, ensuring quality and efficiency of services provided.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Supervises Program Coordinators as designated.
  • Oversees all clinical services - mental health and substance abuse, including program development.
  • Ensures compliance with all regulatory standards.
  • Responsible for agency programmatic audits for clinical services.
  • Monitors the timely completion of regular reports required by funding sources and the Agency.
  • Supervises minimum of 6 interns and is responsible for paperwork in timely manner.
  • Responsible for grant writing and revenue increase for agency.
  • Review of financial reports for clinical programs.
  • Liaison with Universities for interns.
  • Liaison with NCC staff and collaborators.
  • Attends and participates in appropriate Agency meetings, task forces and committees. Provides direct clinical
  • services as needed.
  • Oversee the functions at the front desk.
  • Will give 30 day notice prior leaving
  • All other tasks as directed by the Clinical Director or Executive Director.

Experience and Skills:

  • 3-5 years in Community Mental Health &/or Child Welfare
  • At least 5 years supervisory & program administration experience
  • Graduate degree in a mental/behavioral health area.
  • Licensed or license eligible

For more information, and to apply, visit https://newcommunity.submit4jobs.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=85434.viewjobdetail&CID=85434&JID=283820.

Program Coordinator

Date Posted: July 19, 2019

Employer: Sadie Nash Leadership Project

Job Description: Sadie Nash Leadership Project is seeking to hire a dynamic, energetic and qualified Program Coordinator for our Newark office, working in both Newark and New York City, who will start September 3, 2019. This person will have oversight of the Sisterhood Academy after-school class offered at our Newark location and recruit and train faculty and deans (teaching assistants) to partner with schools and organizations in Newark and New York to offer our Sisterhood Academy class there. Partnerships is our largest program at Sadie Nash and offers an opportunity to share our core Sisterhood Academy curriculum with young people with limited access to after-school programs including English language learners, pregnant and parenting teens and justice-involved youth. Our Partnership Program is also our only earned revenue program in which schools and community organizations pay on a sliding scale to offer the programming. This position will be based at our Newark, NJ office with responsibilities in both Newark and New York City.

The Sisterhood Academy curriculum focuses on identity, leadership, media, healthy relationships, wellness, youth activism and social justice. Using their own life experiences as a starting point, participants discuss different important societal issues while building a community of support.

Responsibilities:  

  • Program Management
    • Cultivate and engage school and community-based partners in New York City and Newark
    • Staff and evaluate approximately 20 classes over the school-year serving 350-400 participants in our Partnership Program on an annual basis.
    • Collaborate with Deputy Director to review, document and update curriculum regularly
    • Ensure programs are meeting organizational goals and outcomes, i.e. attendance, rate of participation, earned revenue, etc.
    • Support and collaborate with other program team members to meet team-wide outcomes and goals, i.e. collaboration or opportunities for Nashers.
  • Earned Revenue
    • Develop and implement strategy to ensure that 50% of classes are fee-based
    • Invoice and followup on payments for all classes that are paid for
  • People Management
    • Recruit, hire, train and supervise part-time faculty and deans to facilitate classes
    • Coordinate regular professional development trainings in addition to regular check-ins with faculty and deans
  • Management and Administration
    • Implement and manage internal operational systems for Sisterhood Academy and Partnership Program which includes, but is not limited to attendance tracking, payroll, facility usage, etc.
    • Uphold and contribute to a team-oriented, supportive and accountable community culture with staff
    • Collaborate with the development team on grant reporting and data collection for funders
    • Partner with partnership faculty and deans to complete a final report for each of our community sites and compile to review data and make informed decisions around program
    • Conduct observations of faculty and deans to coach and provide feedback on performance and implementation of SNLP curriculum

Required Qualifications:

  • 10 years of work experience, ideally within the education field, with at least 5 years experience developing and managing multiple programs, supervising staff and running teams
  • Knowledge of outcomes measurement, program quality tools and other methods to ensure excellence
  • Deep content knowledge and expertise within youth development including different models, latest research, and ongoing trends.
  • Experience designing curricula for high school youth and/or collaborating with curriculum developers
  • Experience analyzing and reporting programmatic data for various purposes.
  • Ability to handle a variety of projects and assignments at once, prioritizing tasks, managing time well, and delegating masterfully
  • Ability to communicate effectively and build relationships with young women and families, community partners, staff, and board.
  • Demonstrated commitment to feminism and social justice.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Core Competencies
    • Commitment to youth development and social justice
    • Ability to communicate effectively and build relationships with multiple stakeholders
    • Time and Task Management: Demonstrated experience managing multiple projects and competing priorities
    • Ability to supervise and manage support staff, providing training and feedback
    • Ability to appropriately delegate and build a cohesive team
    • Ability to prioritize projects and be solutions oriented around programmatic challenges
    • Being flexible, adaptable and positive
    • Commitment to Sadie Nash core philosophies and mission.
  • Experience Preferred
    • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience
    • Experience working with youth, especially young women (ages 11-22)
    • Experience facilitating and co-developing curriculum
    • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, written and verbal
    • Self-starter with demonstrated good judgment, flexibility, resourcefulness and creative problem solving abilities
    • Flexible, good humored, and ability to adapt easily to shifting priorities and deadlines
    • Familiarity with NYC public schools or Newark public schools
    • Familiarity with Newark, NJ area strongly desired
    • Evening and Saturday availability required

To learn, and to apply for this job, visit https://sadienashleadershipproject.workable.com/j/743E6EBF8C.

Staff Counselor

Date Posted: July 18, 2019

Employer: Middlebury College

Job Description: Middlebury College (a small, private, liberal arts college in Vermont) is recruiting a staff counselor to provide short-term counseling, crisis intervention, and mental health outreach services to enhance the psychological and emotional welfare of students and the College community.

Applicants with demonstrated skills and experience in multicultural counseling are encouraged to apply, especially experience working with historically underrepresented students (e.g., students with disabilities, students of color, queer, transgender, first-generation, low-income, international, immigrant, undocumented, tribal and indigenous communities) and with the ability to provide culturally competent and inclusive support services.

The position requirements include: 1) M.A., M.S., M.S.W., Ed.D, or Ph.D. in a clinical field and formal training in clinical assessment and counseling, 2) 2-5 years of clinical experience, which can include practicum and internship work, and 3) a current, active Vermont license in a clinical field or equivalent transferable license in another state (or demonstrated progress towards licensure).

Essential Functions:

  • Provides psychological counseling and crisis intervention for students.
  • Maintains case notes and other documentation according to best practices and counseling services policies.
  • Works collaboratively with others, including multidisciplinary mental health and College medical staff, deans and student life staff.
  • Demonstrates experience and expertise in multi-cultural counseling, working with students of color, supporting undocumented students and/or LGBTQ students in individual, group counseling and outreach services.
  • Receives clinical and administrative support from the Executive Director.
  • Collaborates with Counseling Services of Addison County as necessary for continuity of care.
  • Attends consultation meetings with other departments as needed.
  • Trains and supports residential life staff, faculty and others as needed.
  • Reviews and recommends appropriate assessment instruments and other clinical interventions and mental health programs for students.
  • Performs related responsibilities as necessary to properly assess and counsel students.
  • Must handle confidential information appropriately.
  • Maintains highest ethical standards according to Vermont statutes and standards in the mental health professions.
  • Maintains appropriate state licensing and/or certifications to practice in Vermont, or demonstrates progress towards licensure.

Education:

  • M.A., M.S., M.S.W., Ed,D, or Ph.D.in clinical field. Formal training in clinical assessment and counseling. Demonstrated skills and experience in multi-cultural counseling.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: 

  • Must maintain and update knowledge of current assessment and counseling techniques and professional license and/or certificates.

Experience:

  • 2 – 5 years of clinical experience required, including practicum and internship work.
  • Current, active Vermont license in clinical field, or equivalent transferable license in another state, or demonstrated progress towards licensure.

For more information, and to apply, visit https://middlebury.peopleadmin.com/postings/19495.

Bilingual Mental Health Therapist

Date Posted: July 18, 2019

Employer: Community Advocates for Family & Youth

Job Description: We are seeking a Bilingual Mental Health Therapist to join our team! Our professional services organization needs a dedicated professional to help our clients explore and heal from a broad range of challenging life experiences and improve their overall well-being. You’ll work as part of a culturally diverse team of professional Counselors, Social Workers, and Case Managers that focuses on using clients’ strengths and strives to serve them holistically. The ideal candidate will be flexible, proactive and with experience designing personalized treatment plans to help our clients and survivors of crime meet their short and long-term personal goals.
Focused on maintaining healthy self-care practices, our typical 4-day work schedule is 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Wednesday, Thursday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., with occasional weekend meetings or crisis appointments. We also support staff’s professional development through trainings and courses offered throughout the year (usually eligible for licensure CEUs requirements).

Responsibilities:

  • Provide counseling and/or art therapy services to individuals, couples, families, groups and communities with diverse backgrounds and needs to improve overall mental health
  • Continually collaborate with clients to develop treatment plans and clear goals/objectives that meet their immediate and long-term needs and expectations
  • Administer assessments and diagnose clients using the DSM-5 standards
  • Request age-appropriate and safe selection of art supplies and other materials needed for the sessions
  • Maintain safe, confidential and organized storage for client artwork
  • Document all required client records, process notes and reports in a timely manner
  • Work collaboratively with all staff members and off-site partners to ensure quality and comprehensiveness of services
  • Practice in accordance with the Ethical Standards of their Profession
  • Educate staff, volunteers and interns about the benefits of counseling and/or art therapy
  • Actively look for ways to expand and improve our services
  • Participate in the crisis in-home visitation and outreach programs
  • Coordinate supervision once a week (in a group or individual)
  • On occasion, run workshops and courses about the impact of trauma on mental health for prevention and to improve community health and counseling services

Qualifications:

  • Master’s level degree Psychology, Social Work, Art Therapy or Counseling
  • Maryland Licensed as LCPC, LCPAT, LGPC, LGPAT or LCSW
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to empathize and to build strong rapports with clients
  • Ability to leverage internal and external resources as part of clients’ treatment plans
  • Experience writing assessments and progress reports to monitor clients’ therapeutic process
  • Ability to commit to and advocate for racial, ethnic and socio-economic equity
  • Previous experience in mental health counseling and/or other related fields, preferably with experience in dealing with grief and loss, trauma, and violence.
  • Fluency in Spanish and English required

Facility Coordinator

Date Posted: July 18, 2019

Application Deadline: August 31, 2019

Employer: Integrity Inc

Location/Hours: Secaucus, NJ; Full or Part Time

Job Description:

  • Keep accurate records of operations, write complete and detailed facility incident reports to the facility supervisor/director and any other persons stipulated to receive them, report incidents to referring agencies per contractual obligations, and update bed list daily per director specific
  • Implement daily activity schedule, ensure all assigned activities are conducted on time and directly supervised, ensure all in-house visits are supervised by staff, monitor self-administration of medication, and report all deviations to the schedule per director specifics and through incident reports.
  • Document groups in EHR 
  • Document all urine drug screens in EHR
  • Drive and/or accompany clients as assigned or in emergency situations
  • Follow and implement all Integrity, Inc. policies and procedures, be available for on-call and emergency situations, and complete other assignments as assigned by your supervisor or upper management team.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • GED

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree

To apply, e-mail resume and cover letter to Jenna Marcella at jmarcella@integrityhouse.org.

Counselor

Date Posted: July 18, 2019

Application Deadline: August 31, 2019

Employer: Integrity, Inc

Location/Hours: Secaucus, NJ; Full Time

Job Description:

  • Assess client’s counseling needs using evidence-based validated assessment tools (i.e. ASI, CASI, etc.), diagnose clients for substance disorders using the DSM, and determine appropriate level of care based on ASAM PPC in order to provide individual and group therapy, psycho-education, case management, and crisis intervention to clients.
  • Counselor should obtain previous records that are relevant the current treatment episode and collaborate with clients to develop a written treatment plan that is client-centered, recovery oriented and includes goals with measurable objectives.
  • Provide substance abuse counseling services specified in the client treatment plan, when and where necessary, throughout treatment according to ASAM PPC to determine the need for continued services, transfer or discharge.
  • Conduct CSR for SAI, LOCI/Extension Requests for Drug Court clients and Utilization Review for Private Insurance clients; process and monitor results of urine analysis and escort clients using company vehicle (if approved) to medical, legal, or recreational appointments and be available for on call crisis.
  • Provide active case consultations and maintain ongoing communication (direct & in-direct) with supervisor, Director, coworkers, families (if consent is given) and referral sources; participate in weekly Multidisciplinary Treatment Team meetings for assigned clients, clinical supervision, trainings, workshops, and etc. – as assigned by Director.
  • Keep accurate records and clinical documentation, in accordance with Annex A requirements; complete clinical documentation for all counseling, education services, assessments, reassessments, referrals, and follow-up in the paper and/or electronic records while maintaining quality assurance standards are met.
  • Document complete and detailed facility incident reports for Director and any other persons stipulated to receive them, including referral source per contractual agreement and emergency contact when appropriate.
  • Develop client’s transfer and/or discharge plans to ensure movement to appropriate levels of care; contact referral source (s), provide case consultation and coordinate with referral sources (i.e., criminal justice agencies, schools, employers, DCP&P, and/or mental health treatment providers).
  • Perform additional functions supportive of the program as assigned by the respective Program Director.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • LSW, LAC, LPC, LCSW, CADC, LCADC

Preferred Qualifications:  

  • LSW, LAC, LPC, LCSW, CADC, LCADC

To apply, please send resume and cover letter to jmarcella@integrityhouse.org.

Early Intervention Service Coordinator

Date Posted: July 11, 2019

Employer: VNA Health Group

Location/Hours: Monmouth County (office in Freehold, NJ); Full Time

Responsibilities:

  • Supports organization’s mission by striving for excellence in all aspects of their      job with a focus on positive interpersonal relationship with co-workers
  • Conducts child/family interviews to identify needs and refers families to      appropriate agencies
  • Submits data and reports as necessary to meet reporting requirements of the grant
  • Participates in child case finding activities to identify gaps in service delivery
  • Integrates new trends and developments in case management and service coordination
  • Adheres to agency infection control and safety policies
  • Adheres to the organization’s policy in regards to absenteeism and appearance
  • Omission of specific duties does not exclude them from this position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment for this position

Qualifications:

  • Bachelors degree in health related discipline; RN or BSW; MSW preferred; or NJ certified teacher with Special Education certification
  • 2+ years experience working with children (birth to 5 years) and families; prior home visit and case management experience preferred
  • Strong computer skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong organizational and interpersonal skills
  • Valid NJ driver's license

To apply, visit https://employees-vnahg.icims.com/jobs/4882/early-intervention-service-coordinator/job?mobile=false&width=1904&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false&jan1offset=-300&jun1offset=-240.

Anticipated Temporary Disaster Recovery Specialist (Behavioral Health)

Date Posted: July 5, 2019

Employer: J&M Global Solutions

Responsibilities:

  • Identify behavioral health needs of response workers and survivors

Qualifications:

  • Knowledgeable about mental/behavioral health needs after a disaster, especially to support those who work directly with survivors and those who work with children/youth
  • Ability to conduct CISM or related training
  • Knowledge of Community Resilience Model
  • Requires minimum of BA (MA/MPH/MSW preferred) and minimum of 5 years related experience

If funded, the position would be in California through the end of August (with potential extension). To apply, send resume and cover letter (include information on availability and the names/email addresses of three professional references) to hr@j-mglobal.com.

Assistant Project Director, Learning Partnership for Children's Services

Date Posted: July 3, 2019

Employer: Rhode Island College

Hours: Full-time, 35 hours per week, calendar year appointment; grant funded position, renewable, contingent upon funding

Description: The Assistant Project Director will be responsible for organizing all activities of the partnership between the Learning Partnership for Children’s Services at Rhode Island College (RIC) and the Rhode Island Department of Children, Youth and Families (DCYF). The individual will collaborate with the Working Committee (an advisory committee) to develop and implement training for DCYF staff, seek and maintain partner relationships with community agencies, identify and support potential trainers/experts, encourage and support communication, collaboration between DCYF, the Learning Partnership and community agencies. The individual will engage with national organizations and Title IVE social work partners to keep the Working Committee well informed of the latest evidence-based research and training techniques.   The Assistant Project Director will report to the Project Director of LPCS.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Work collaboratively with the Working Committee to review, design and create training materials and modules for child welfare workers.
  • Under the guidance of the Working Committee, provide oversight to the project to ensure delivery of evidence-based training to current and new workers at DCYF.
  • Work with Working Committee and community agencies to identify and align training needs of child welfare workers.
  • Engage with national groups, including TITLE IVE social work partners to keep the Working Committee informed of evidence-based research in this field
  • Provide timely management and reporting on progress of activities of the partnership
  • Develop, oversee, coordinate and disseminate internal and external communications related to the partnership
  • Under guidance of the Co-Directors' and Working Committee, provide supportive coordination to the oversight and delivery of the partnership.
  • Provide data and evaluation on scores and trainings.
  • Attend all project meetings and document the outcomes of the meetings. Attend all LPCS planning meeting with Co-Directors of the partnership.
  • Responsible for generating and writing necessary reports for the partnership planning, specifically with the Working Committee meetings.
  • Use collaborative approaches to problem solve and address barriers of the partnership in collaboration with the Co-Directors.
  • Provide timely management and reporting on the progress of activities of the partnership.
  • Develop, oversee, coordinate and disseminate internal and external communication of the partnership.
  • Promote and support interdisciplinary and inter-professional collaboration to support the partnership.
  • Attend agency, institutional, and other project meetings/trainings as appropriate.

Occasional Job Functions: 

  • Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Project Director (RIC partner site) and Dean, RIC School of Social Work.  

Required Qualification Standards:

  • Education:  Master’s in Social Work degree from an accredited school of social work,
  • Experience: A minimum of 2 years’ post master’s experience working in the field of child welfare. 

Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities:

  • Knowledge of laws and policies related to child-welfare in the State of RI
  • Knowledge of best practices in prevention and intervention models in child welfare
  • Ability to handle details accurately and to plan, communicate, and oversee work on a variety of activities.
  • Strong knowledge of working on grant-funded projects that includes data collection and program reporting.
  • Demonstrated ability to undertake new initiatives and work in an environment with complex policies and procedure.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skill.
  • Demonstrated computer proficiency with word processing, spreadsheets and electronic mail systems.
  • Preferred: Experience in developing and providing trainings, experience in writing grants and/or working on grant-funded projects.

To apply, visit https://employment.ric.edu/postings/4300.

CUNY START Writing Assistant (Multiple Positions)

Date Posted: July 1, 2019

Employer: CUNY Start

Location/Hours: New York, NY; Part Time

Description: CUNY Start is an intensive program for incoming college students who have earned either a high school or high school equivalency diploma and need to increase their academic proficiency in reading, writing, and mathematics prior to enrollment in college credit classes. The CUNY Office of Academic Affairs, six of the University's seven community colleges, the College of Staten Island, and Medgar Evers College work collaboratively to provide students with an innovative approach to developmental education. CUNY Start is recognized for its carefully designed curriculum and pedagogy, ongoing professional development, and mentor-based training model. Additional information about the CUNY Start program can be found at www.cuny.edu/cunystart.

CUNY Start offers daytime and afternoon/evening programs on eight CUNY campuses: Borough of Manhattan Community College (Manhattan), Bronx Community College (Bronx), College of Staten Island (Staten Island), Hostos Community College (Bronx), Kingsborough Community College (Brooklyn), LaGuardia Community College (Queens), Medgar Evers College (Brooklyn) and Queensborough Community College (Queens).

CUNY Start is seeking to fill the position of Writing Assistant. The Writing Assistant will work as a member of the Reading/Writing team, supporting the work of the Core teacher in a CUNY Start classroom.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Read the CUNY Start Reading/Writing Curriculum closely, and become familiar with CUNY Start learning procedures, assignments, and goals;
  • Attend portions of the CUNY Start Reading/Writing class, and support the CUNY Start Core teacher as appropriate;
  • Respond in writing to student papers and essays;
  • Tutor CUNY Start students individually and in small groups;
  • Participate in CUNY Start team meetings about students’ progress;
  • Participate in training activities led by the CUNY Start Professional Development Coordinators for Reading and Writing;
  • Perform duties assigned by the Core teacher, including taking attendance, keeping track  of student assignments, and setting up the classroom.

Qualifications:

  • Experience responding to academic writing and working with non-traditional college students
  • Master’s Degree preferred

Salary:

  • $21.34 per hour for approximately 20 hours a week;
  • Health benefits may be possible after 3 months of successful employment.

To apply, submit the following items to cunystart@cuny.edu:

  • A cover letter and resume;
  • A copy of a reading/writing lesson plan that reveals some element of your teaching and learning values;
  • A list of all CUNY Start campuses where you are willing to work, indicating your top 3 choices for campus placement. Also note whether you prefer a day or afternoon/evening program and your willingness to work in either program. Please note that we cannot guarantee an applicant’s requested campus or schedule as a placement, but we will try to accommodate an applicant’s request whenever possible.

Licensed Psychotherapist (Part Time)

Date Posted: July 1, 2019

Location/Hours: Lawrenceville, NJ; Part Time

Description: Private Practice in Lawrenceville, NJ is seeking a licensed psychotherapist (LCSW, PsyD and/or PhD preferred) for evening hours. Please send resume or CV attention to Jennifer Vazquez, LCSW at pp3hlawrenceville@gmail.com. Include phone number and e-mail address in the e-mail.

Medical Social Worker (Bilingual Preferred)

Date Posted: June 27, 2019

Employer: CarePoint Health / Hoboken University Medical Center

Location/Hours: 308 Willow Avenue, Hoboken, NJ; Full-time (40 hours weekly) M-F 8:30am – 5:00pm / Hourly / Union: 1199J

Job Description: Here you’ll find a medical center that feels like family—a place where you don’t get lost in the shuffle. Where high quality, experienced professionals provide confidence and skilled, compassionate caregivers offer hope. This kind of award winning care has been our tradition since 1863. It continues today with a deep commitment to provide a lifeline for the health needs of the people of Hudson County by bringing together advanced medical technologies and state-of-the-art care:

  • A 34-bay emergency room and dedicated OB-GYN emergency department.
  • Private rooms in our Family Birth Unit.
  • Specialty medicine for inpatient rehabilitation, transitional care, child and adult behavioral health, women’s health, wound care, orthopedics, robotic surgery and other surgical subspecialties.
  • Average staffed beds = 224

Our Mission: Treating with compassion and leading with innovation, we improve the health of the communities we serve.

Our Vision: CarePoint Health will be recognized for pioneering the future of health care in New Jersey. We will reinvent health care by innovating at every opportunity, challenging convention, and building sustainable models for the patient, communities and health care providers.

Our Core Values:

  • Patient-Centered. We put the patient first. The patient is the center of everything that we do, and we will provide every patient with exceptional care and service that is delivered with dignity and compassion.
  • Innovation. Innovation is a way of life. From the coordination of care to advanced technologies, we seek out and embrace new, meaningful ways of delivering care.
  • Coordinated Care. Personalized coordinated care. As an integrated health system, we align our physicians, clinics, hospitals and affiliated services to provide the most effective and efficient care possible.
  • Sustainability. Financial health to reinvest in the future. Achieving financial health allows us to invest in the best people, at the best facilities, utilizing the latest technologies to provide first-class care now and tomorrow.
  • Community Impact. We take care of Hudson County. We work to create positive outcomes by investing both financial resources and human resources in organizations that are equally committed to the health and vitality of the communities we serve.

Responsibilities: 

  • Responsible for assessing patient’s social, emotional, environmental, financial, and support needs, and documents these assessments in the electronic medical record.
  • Informs other members of the health care team about these factors, which may affect the patient’s health and well-being.
  • Works with the patient’s family and other service provider agencies to develop a plan for care of the patient.
  • Has a critical role in the area of discharge planning, ensuring that the services a patient will require are in place before the patient is discharged/transferred.
  • Assessment, counseling, and emotional support of post-partum depression.
  • Counsel family members to assist them in understanding, dealing with, and supporting the client or patient.
  • Assist with Medicaid- and Medicare-related paperwork.
  • Consistently and accurately documents assessments and updates in a timely fashion using EMR system.
  • Build and maintain positive relationships and ongoing communication with the team, staff members, patients, clients, and families.
  • Work cooperatively and cohesively with other members of the multidisciplinary team, including participation in daily rounds, staff meetings and trainings.
  • Since medical social workers work with patients with ranging medical situations from traumatic sexual assault to terminal cancer diagnosis, their duties tend to change according to each patient's individual needs.
  • On-call weekend benefit.

Requirements:

  • MSW, Licensed in the state of NJ.
  • Master's degree in social work.
  • Two years’ experience of medical social worker experience in health care setting (medical/surgical).
  • Must be able to present self in a professional manner to be an effective representative of the corporation.
  • Culturally competent.
  • Working knowledge of EMR Record systems.
  • Bilingual in Spanish and English preferred.
  • Strong communication skills (verbal and writing).
  • Ability to work well with others.
  • Ability to demonstrate professionalism, compassion, and respect, for all individuals.

If you are interested in this position, please send your resume to Terri.Lawrence@CarePointHealth.org, attention Terri Lawrence, Social Work Supervisor. Contact (201) 418-1334

Substance Use Counselor

Date Posted: June 26, 2019

Application Deadline: October 1, 2019

Employer: Henry J. Austin Health Center

Location/Hours: Trenton, NJ; Full time

Job Description: Under the direct supervision of the Behavioral Health Director, the Substance Use Counselor provides substance use and behavioral health services to include brief intervention counseling, referrals to higher levels of care and follow up services to patients.  Is responsible to work independently, managing a diverse and sometimes difficult caseload; does related work as required.

Major Job Functions: 

Direct Service:

  • Provide comprehensive assessment and diagnosis of substance use/medication assisted clients.
  • Provide effective treatment planning and assisting clients in successfully achieving goals.
  • Evaluate crisis situations and apply appropriate interventions.
  • Actively participate in meetings that support the integrated health care model to provide comprehensive care for clients.
  • Assist in the detection of “at risk” patients and development of plans to prevent further psychological or physical deterioration.
  • Assist the primary care team in developing care management processes such as the use of guidelines, disease management techniques, case management, and patient education to improve self-management of chronic disease.
  • Provide assessment, consultation, and brief intervention for substance use problems and/or disorders.
  • Teach patients, families, and staff care, prevention, and treatment enhancement techniques.
  • Monitor the site’s substance use/medication assisted treatment program, identifying problems related to patient services and making recommendations for improvement.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Program Development and Maintenance:

  • Develops and maintains liaison relationships with community resources as able, specifically other behavioral health and substance abuse agencies.  Works to establish collaborative services and to lessen duplication of care.
  • In conjunction with other staff, maintains standardized current community resource directory.
  • Participates in the development, implementation, and evaluation of special projects and/or pilot programs.
  • Interprets Center substance use policies and procedures to providers, institutions, agencies, recipients, and other concerned individuals.
  • Establishes and maintains necessary records and files.  Drafts correspondence in the course of official duties.
  • Collects, records, and analyzes significant program-related data; develops monthly statistical and programmatic reports.

Staff Development:

  • Serves as a full member of the HJAHC clinical staff team.
  • Participates fully in Behavioral Health departmental meetings and other agency meetings as warranted.
  • Participates in professional and related meetings, conferences, and continuing education training as available; prepares reports as requested.
  • Keeps appraised of developing areas of substance use and provides colleagues with updates as appropriate.
  • Assists in behavioral health departmental tasks, including programmatic and infrastructure design, implementation, and evaluation.
  • Learns and implements various types of electronic and/or manual recording and information systems used by the Center or its related units.

Qualifications:

  • Education/Experience: Masters Degree in Social Work or PhD in Clinical Psychology with a minimum of three years of experience with a substance use population.
  • Computer Skills: To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of Word Processing software as well as use of an electric medical record.
  • Certificates and Licenses: Licensed in the State of New Jersey as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or a Licensed Psychologist and Licensed Clinical and Alcohol Drug Counselor (LCADC) 

Prerequisites for the Job:

  • Excellent working knowledge of behavioral medicine and evidence-based treatments for medical and substance use conditions. 
  • Ability to work through brief patient contacts as well as to make quick and accurate clinical assessments of substance use and behavioral conditions.
  • Should be comfortable with the pace of primary care, working with an interdisciplinary team, and have strong communication skills.
  • Good knowledge of psycho-pharmacology.
  • Ability to design and implement clinical pathways and protocols for treatment of selected chronic conditions. 

Physical Demands:

  • The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to walk and talk or hear.  The employee frequently is required to stand and use hands to handle, finger or feel objects, tools or controls.  The employee is occasionally required to sit; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, or crouch.
  • Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to focus.

To apply, visit Henry J Austin Health Center's LinkedIn page.

Part Time Clinician (Bilingual Preferred)

Date Posted: June 26, 2019

Employer: Jewish Family & Children's Service of Greater Mercer County

Location/Hours: Princeton, NJ; Part time

Responsibilities: 

  • Collect, assess and evaluate information about the client’s situation and presenting symptoms
  • Provide therapeutic interventions that are evidenced based; crisis intervention and stabilization
  • Make appropriate referrals and assist with linkage to services
  • Coordinate the development and implementation of the treatment plan, comprehensive assessments, discharge plans within established time frames.
  • Monitor progress towards treatment goals by evaluating and adjusting services provided
  • Experience with the DSM5 and ICD10 for psychiatric diagnosis
  • Facilitate individual, family and group counseling sessions
  • Educate family members by advising on the most appropriate and helpful roles they can fulfill in the treatment process
  • Complete clinical documentation in an accurate, timely manner
  • Participate in weekly case conferences and scheduled clinical and staff meetings
  • Ability to maintain confidential information within HIPAA guidelines and Agency policies

Qualifications:

  • A Master’s degree from an accredited college or university.  Must have a current active clinical license to practice; LCSW or LPC
  • Must have the ability to obtain clearances as defined by Agency policies
  • Ability to communicate and effectively work with culturally diverse clients, stakeholders, referral sources, and community partners including school administration, teachers, parents, students, care management organization (CMO), hospitals, Mobile Response, DCP&P, FSO and other community organizations.

To apply, send your resume and cover letter to Clinical Director Shirley Bellardo at ShirleyB@jfcsonline.org.

Behavioral Health Counselor

Date Posted: June 26, 2019

Application Deadline: October 1, 2019

Employer: Henry J. Austin Health Center

Location/Hours: Trenton, NJ; Full time

Job Description: Under the direct supervision of the Behavioral Health Director, the Behavioral Health Counselor provides behavioral and mental health services to include brief intervention counseling, referrals to higher levels of care and follow up services to patients.  Is responsible to work independently, managing a diverse and sometimes difficult caseload; does related work as required.

Major Job Functions:

Direct Service:

  • Provide comprehensive assessment and diagnosis of behavioral health clients.
  • Provide effective treatment planning and assisting clients in successfully achieving goals.
  • Evaluate crisis situations and apply appropriate interventions.
  • Actively participate in meetings that support the integrated health care model to provide comprehensive care for clients.
  • Assist in the detection of “at risk” patients and development of plans to prevent further psychological or physical deterioration.
  • Assist the primary care team in developing care management processes such as the use of guidelines, disease management techniques, case management, and patient education to improve self-management of chronic disease.
  • Provide assessment, consultation, and brief intervention for psychological/psychiatric problems and/or disorders.
  • Teach patients, families, and staff care, prevention, and treatment enhancement techniques.
  • Monitor the site’s behavioral health program, identifying problems related to patient services and making recommendations for improvement.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Program Development and Maintenance:

  • Develops and maintains liaison relationships with community resources as able, specifically other behavioral health and substance abuse agencies.  Works to establish collaborative services and to lessen duplication of care.
  • In conjunction with other staff, maintains standardized current community resource directory.
  • Participates in the development, implementation, and evaluation of special projects and/or pilot programs.
  • Interprets Center behavioral health policies and procedures to providers, institutions, agencies, recipients, and other concerned individuals.
  • Establishes and maintains necessary records and files.  Drafts correspondence in the course of official duties.
  • Collects, records, and analyzes significant program-related data; develops monthly statistical and programmatic reports.

Staff Development:

  • Serves as a full member of the HJAHC clinical staff team.
  • Participates fully in Behavioral Health departmental meetings and other agency meetings as warranted.
  • Participates in professional and related meetings, conferences, and continuing education training as available; prepares reports as requested.
  • Keeps appraised of developing areas of behavioral health and provides colleagues with updates as appropriate.
  • Assists in behavioral health departmental tasks, including programmatic and infrastructure design, implementation, and evaluation.
  • Learns and implements various types of electronic and/or manual recording and information systems used by the Center or its related units.

Qualifications:

  • Education/Experience: Masters Degree in Social Work or PhD in Clinical Psychology.
  • Computer Skills: To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of Word Processing software.
  • Certificates and Licenses: Licensed in the State of New Jersey as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or a Licensed Psychologist.

Prerequisites for the Job:

  • Excellent working knowledge of behavioral medicine and evidence-based treatments for medical and mental health conditions. 
  • Ability to work through brief patient contacts as well as to make quick and accurate clinical assessments of mental and behavioral conditions.
  • Should be comfortable with the pace of primary care, working with an interdisciplinary team, and have strong communication skills.
  • Good knowledge of psycho-pharmacology.
  • Ability to design and implement clinical pathways and protocols for treatment of selected chronic conditions. 

Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to walk and talk or hear.  The employee frequently is required to stand and use hands to handle, finger or feel objects, tools or controls.  The employee is occasionally required to sit; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, or crouch.
  • Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to focus.

To apply, visit Henry J Austin Health Center's LinkedIn page.

Residential Support Worker

Date Posted: June 25, 2019

Employer: Women Aware

Hours: Full-time

Job Description: This job description is a broad outline of the responsibilities and duties of the Residential Support Worker and will be amended, as needed, to meet the program priorities of Women Aware, Inc. and their ensuing work requirements.  It should not be construed as a contract, and does not create a contract of employment.  Employment with the Agency is at-will.

Qualifications:               

  • High school Diploma
  • Bilingual Spanish preferred
  • Full time

General Responsibilities: In collaboration with the Coordinator of Residential Services, carries the following responsibilities:

  • Provide a safe, non-judgmental, and empowering environment to clients and staff.
  • Ensure that all Women Aware facilities, grounds and vehicles are properly maintained and clean at all times and that all building code requirements and regulations are met.
  • Support Direct Service Staff

Specific Duties:

  • Responsible for cleaning of rooms and common spaces of residential facilities.
  • Responsible for menu preparation. Purchase of sufficient, varied and healthy food and cleaning supplies for residential clients. Place food orders, schedule food pick-ups and keep track of receipts.
  • Provide client transportation on an as-needed basis.
  • Responsible for completing monthly fire drills and ensuring records are kept up to date.
  • Ensure that Agency grounds are kept clean and safe in accordance with facility sanitation standards.
  • Participate in weekly client in-house meetings, staff meetings, supervision, and trainings as directed. 
  • As needed answer the 24-hour domestic violence hotline and properly provide crisis counseling, information/referrals, and shelter screening.
  • Responsible for orienting Safe House and PSH residents to facility.
  • May be required to cover case worker shifts due to emergency, inclement weather, or staff absentees. May be required to work various shifts and weekends as needed and directed by the by Coordinator of Residential Services. 
  • Responsible for weekly meetings with PSH program.
  • Other duties as assigned

To apply, please submit your resume to admin@womenaware.net.

 

Program Director

Date Posted: June 25, 2019

Employer: New Jersey Community Development Corporation

Job Description: New Jersey Community Development Corporation is a multi-faceted community development and social service agency providing opportunities to transform lives in Passaic County.  The Program Director oversees all facets of program operations for Hawthorne Supervised Apartment Program, the Supported Living Program and the NJCDC Day Program. The Assistant Director also provides administrative and programmatic support to the Director of Residential Operations.

Responsibilities: 

  • Ensures overall performance of programs meeting identified outcomes, including expectation of a program culture that is inspiring, nurturing, and supportive.
  • Hires, trains, supervises and evaluates program staff. 
  • Establishes the staff schedule.  Reviews and approves staff time sheets, vacation and holiday requests.
  • Coordinates the referral and admissions process.
  • Coordinates the planning for new residents to move into the residence, including reading records and completing evaluations to determine appropriateness of potential program residents, as well as ensuring that all admission records are in place prior to the move-in date. 
  • Initiates and coordinates the ongoing Individual Habilitation Plan for each resident and ensures that all staff is active participants in the required components of this process.
  • Monitors the DTR progress for each resident.  Tracks progress related to residents’ IHP goals and objectives. 
  • Ensures the timely and thorough completion of program documentation as required by state licensing standards, agency policy and procedures and continuous quality improvement (CQI)  guidelines.
  • Reviews the daily logs, medication logs, communication log, activity sheets, and incident reports at least once every 72 hours to identify any errors, problems, trends, or issues which require intervention. 
  • Provides administrative &  programmatic support to the Director of Residential Operations
  • Works with Director of Residential Operations to ensure that program staff is thoroughly familiar with State licensing standards and policies and procedures of NJCDC’s residential programs. 
  • Assists Director of Residential Operations in new program development, including attending planning meetings.
  • Cooperates with the Department of Children and Families, Department of Human Services, Division of Developmental Disabilities, Division of Mental Health & Addiction Services and the Office of Licensing during all investigations.

Prospective applicants must possess a Bachelor’s Degree in social work or human services field preferred and three years experience in residential setting; demonstrated experience working with developmentally disabled; excellent organizational skills; self-starter; ability to work independently; ability to multi-task; Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills; and a valid, clean New Jersey driver’s license.

To apply, send your resume with a cover note telling us a little about yourself, your skills, and experience to: Human Resources at careers@njcdc.org. Please place “Program Director” in the subject line of your email.

 

Office Administrator

Date Posted: June 25, 2019

Employer: Women Aware

Job Description: This job description is a broad outline of the responsibilities and duties of the Office Administrator and will be amended as needed to meet the program priorities of Women Aware, Inc. and its ensuing work requirements.  It should not be construed as a contract and does not create a contract of employment.  Employment with the Agency is at-will.

Qualifications:

  • 3-5 years of office-related experience, Associates Degree preferred.
  • Proficient computer software skills – Microsoft Office, Outlook etc.
  • Strong organizational skills, attention to details.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills including grammar, punctuation, proofreading, spelling.

General Responsibilities:

  • Provide administrative support in collaboration with the Executive Manager.  Responsible for administrative tasks in the areas of bookkeeping, human resources and technology.  Provide administrative support to all Women Aware programs.

Specific Duties:

  • Provide efficient & professional administrative support to the Executive Manager, CEO and COO.
  • Assist with all aspects for Board Meetings, Board Committees and Board files.
  • Assist with new hire paperwork and onboarding including office setup, phones and technology.
  • Assist with light bookkeeping including invoice processing, create requests and payroll processing.
  • Arrange conferences, appointments, and travel reservations.
  • Assist with agency PTO calendar on a weekly basis.
  • Provide coverage and backup support to Executive Manager with day to day operations.
  • Provide backup and basic IT support including trouble shooting.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Requirements:

  • Proven experience as an office administrator, office assistant or relevant role
  • Outstanding communication and interpersonal abilities
  • Excellent organizational and leadership skills
  • Familiarity with office management procedures and basic accounting principles
  • Excellent knowledge of MS Office
  • Qualifications in secretarial studies will be an advantage
  • Bi-lingual a plus, but not required
  • High school diploma; Associates Degree in office administration or relevant field is preferred
  • Ability to multi task, attention to detail and a team player

Benefits Overview: Women Aware offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes:

  • Medical Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision
  • Life Insurance
  • 401(k) with an Agency match
  • Paid Time Off for vacation, sick and personal leave

To apply, please submit your resume to admin@womenaware.net.

Social Worker Care Coordinator

Date Posted: June 19, 2019

Employer: Hackensack University Medical Center

Location/Hours: Hackensack, NJ; Full-time

Job Description: The Social Worker Care Coordinator is a member of the healthcare team and is responsible for coordinating, communicating and facilitating the clinical progression of the patient's treatment and discharge plan. Accountable for a designated patient caseload. The social work care coordinators assesses, plans, and facilitates, with patients/families and healthcare professionals involved in the patients care to meet treatment goals, expected length of stay, and arrange for the appropriate next level of care. Oversees Inter facility transitions and hand-off between acute & post-acute services. Follows State of New Jersey regulation for Social Work.

The social work department services medical and behavioral patients. The social workers are cross trained to be able to cover any area in social work. They have the opportunity to care for varied patient populations including pediatrics, adults, ICU, neonate, oncology, behavioral, etc. They are extremely collaborative in their work.

A day in the life of a Social Worker Care Coordinator at Hackensack Meridian includes:

  • Patient screening, conducting care coordination discharge planning assessment and reassessment and documenting in the medical record
  • Participating/coordinating multidisciplinary rounds working with the healthcare team to collaboratively formulate appropriate and realistic discharge plans
  • Maintaining current information on community resources and refers patients to those community resources which will enhance patient's life
  • Consulting with other community agencies and committees to identify potential resources for resolving patient's health, psychosocial or financial problems
  • Coordinating transfer or discharge of patient to another level of care or setting based on patient's assessed needs and hospital's capacity to provide care
  • Collaborating with risk management and legal staff on guardianship/other legal issues to prevent discharge delays
  • Communicating with insurance representatives to enable financial coverage of post-acute services
  • Providing counseling as requested by patient/physician and referrals for counseling to community agencies for long term treatment
  • Developing a discharge plan in collaboration with patient/family and healthcare team that will provide maximum benefit for each patient
  • Making appropriate referrals to DYFS, Adult Protective Services and other agencies as necessary

Qualifications:

  • Current and valid LSW in the State of New Jersey is required
  • Master's of Social Work is required
  • Two (2) or more years of experience as a social worker in a healthcare setting is preferred
  • Certified Case Manager (CCM) or Accredited Case Manager (ACM) is preferred

To apply, visit Hackensack University Medical Center's website.

Clinician (MSW, LSW) - Full-time & Part-time

Date Posted: June 18, 2019

Employer: United Family & Children's Society

Location/Hours: Plainfield, NJ; Full-time and Part-time

Job Description: United Family and Children’s Society, a small, well-established New Jersey non-profit family services agency in Union County, is seeking to fill a clinician position. Requires MSW with LSW (or status pending LSW), minimum one year of outpatient clinical experience with individual, couple and family therapy. New graduates with relevant clinical internship are welcome to apply. For assignment to outpatient therapy caseload: intakes, children, adolescents, adults, and families. Two evenings are required for these positions. Part-time position is 10-14 hours per week. Full-time position has competitive benefits. 

UFCS, established in 1877, serves the Greater Plainfield Area and offers outpatient mental health services to children, adults and families provided by licensed social work staff.  LCSW qualified supervision is provided.

Responsibilities:

  • Clinical outpatient caseload of children, adolescents, adults and families.
  • Treatment planning
  • Clinical group and individual supervision meetings

Qualifications/Experience:

  • Master’s Degree in Social Work (MSW)
  • NJ Licensed Social Worker (LSW) or status pending license being issued
  • One year minimum experience in outpatient clinical setting or related clinical internship
  • Strong aptitude for verbal and written communication, presentation, and client engagement
  • Ethical integrity, with a passion for the agency’s mission and clients

To apply, please submit resume AND a cover letter highlighting qualifications to info@unitedfamily.org or via US mail to: Tom Reedy, LCSW, Executive Director, United Family & Children’s Society, 305 West 7th St., Plainfield, NJ 07060-1511. Please specify position (full-time or part-time).

Bilingual Clinician

Date Posted: June 18, 2019

Employer: Catholic Charities Trenton (CCT)

Location/Hours: Program site is located in Ewing, NJ (Mercer County); CCT has programs throughout Mercer, Burlington, Monmouth, and Ocean Counties; Full-time

Job Description: Clinician to provide individual, family therapy sessions to child through adult age clients who have experienced trauma, abuse, or neglect, whether a result of immigration or other reasons. May or may not be referred by Division of Child Protection and Permanency (some families self-refer).

Minimum Qualifications: 

  • MSW, LSW
  • Bilingual and fluent in Spanish

To apply, send resume to chirsch@cctrenton.org.

Behavioral Health & Substance Abuse Care Coordinators

Date Posted: June 17, 2019

Employer: NCADD-NJ

Location/Hours: Gloucester/Salem Counties; Full-Time

Job Description: The Care Coordinator conducts behavioral health and substance abuse assessments and treatment referrals. This is a full time position.

Must hold a Master's in counseling, social work or related field. LPC, LCADC or LCSW with co-occuring experience strongly preferred or documented evidence that a license will be obtained in the next year. Should have at least two years experience in treating substance use and mental health disorders and extensive applied knowledge of The ASAM Criteria, 3rd Ed. and the DSM 5.

Excellent benefits, generous time off and 35-hour work week. EOE M/F/D/V 

No phone calls please, we are only able to respond to those candidates who meet our qualifications.

For consideration specify salary requirements in cover letter and send to lschmitter@ncaddnj.org.

 

Per Diem Case Worker

Date Posted: June 13, 2019

Employer: Women Aware

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred
  • DV and Case management experience preferred
  • Excellent crisis intervention and case management skills
  • Bilingual Spanish

General Responsibilities: In collaboration with the Coordinator of Residential Services, the per diem Case Worker carries the responsibility for providing case management services to residential victims of domestic violence. This includes, but is not limited to the following:

  • Provide a safe, non-judgmental, and empowering environment to clients and staff
  • Provide individual case management, crisis intervention, and group counseling services for residential clients in accordance with accepted standards of care and ethics of the profession.
  • Work on special projects to benefit clients, the program, and the Agency as needed/directed.

Specific Duties:

  • Provide the following direct services: Answer the 24-hour domestic violence hotline and properly provide crisis counseling, information/referrals, and shelter screening. Responsible for orienting residents to a communal living residential facility. Provide ongoing information and advocacy to assigned clients during their stay. Support residents in achieving their goals in accordance with program guidelines and Agency policy.
  • Maintain client files according to Agency documentation policy/procedure. Clearly document hotline calls, intakes, exits, incidents, and observations.
  • Attend and actively participate in staff meetings, supervision, and training as directed.
  • Submit Daily Shift Report to appointed parties.
  • Documentation of the CACFP program’s Child Menu Binder and Daily Attendance Records.
  • May be required to stay and cover the following shift in case of emergency, inclement weather, if next shift relief does not report to work, or if unable to find coverage. May be required to work other shifts and weekends as needed and directed by the Coordinator of Residential Services.
  • Other duties as assigned

Please submit cover letter and resume to admin@womenaware.net.

Full Time Staff Clinician

Date Posted: June 13, 2019

Employer: Irvington Counseling Center

Location/Hours: Irvington, NJ; Full-Time

Job Description: Provide counseling services in an urban setting to children, families, couples, and individuals. Free supervision towards LCSW hours will be provided.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • MSW, LSW

To apply, please send cover letter and resume to irvcounseling@aol.com. No phone calls, please.

Per Diem Residential Advocates

Date Posted: June 13, 2019

Employer: Safe + Sound Somerset

Location/Hours: Somerset County; Part-time

Job Description: Safe + Sound Somerset, Somerset County’s lead domestic abuse organization, is looking for passionate, reliable and organized Per Diem Residential Advocates to join our dynamic team. Per Diem Advocates provide advocacy and support services to survivors of domestic abuse and their families. As a Per Diem Residential Advocate, you will be part of an empowerment-based team that supports survivors and their families in a trauma informed, compassionate organization.

The Per Diem Advocate is a part time hourly, evening and weekend position, working within the Safe House/Hotline team of Safe + Sound Somerset. The position actively supports the daily routine of the 15-bed safe house, crisis intervention and hotline coverage, individual case management, psycho-educational services, advocacy and safety planning in support of domestic abuse survivors and their children.

The ideal candidate for this position is passionate about serving others, thrives in crisis intervention, is reliable, a self-starter, an effective communicator, has stellar organizational skills and a passion for assisting those affected by domestic violence.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in counseling, psychology, social work or related field or equivalent professional experience.
  • Experience in domestic violence or sexual assault or crisis intervention preferred.
  • Two or more years of experience in advocacy or case management services preferred.
  • Bi-lingual (Spanish/English) a plus

Position is hourly part-time, with evening, weekend and some overnight hours required.

Hourly starting rate is $14 per hour.

Visit our website at safe-sound.org for full job description and organizational overview.

For consideration, please submit cover letter and resume to kciccotelli@safe-sound.org.

Executive Diretor

Date Posted: June 11, 2019

Employer: United Family and Children's Society

Location: Plainfield, NJ

Job Description: United Family and Children’s Society, a small, well-established New Jersey non-profit family services agency in Union County, is seeking an Executive Director with a NJ LCSW license (required). Responsibilities in leading this child and family focused agency include: daily operations, budget and fundraising, policy development, planning, staff supervision, MSW graduate training, and reporting to the Board of Trustees. The Executive Director represents the agency to clients, staff, referral sources, county and state government, foundations, local agencies and the community.  UFCS, established in 1877, serves the Greater Plainfield Area and offers outpatient mental health services to children, adults and families provided by licensed social work staff.  Full-time with competitive benefits.

Responsibilities:

  • Policy Development, Planning and Organizational Management
  • Fundraising and Fund Development
  • Community Agency Liaison
  • Clinical Operations and Reporting
  • Financial Management, including Budget
  • Maintaining Agency’s Licensure

Qualifications/Experience:

  • Master’s Degree in Social Work (MSW) and active status as a NJ Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) required
  • Five years of experience in mental health administration & supervision; prior clinical experience required
  • Track record of community involvement
  • Strong aptitude for verbal and written communication, presentation, and relationship development
  • Excellent time-management, problem-solving and computer skills
  • Ethical integrity, with a passion for the agency’s mission and clients

To apply, please submit resume, a cover letter highlighting qualifications and reference list to info@unitedfamily.org or via US mail: Attention: President, Board of Trustees, United Family & Children’s Society, 305 West 7th St., Plainfield, NJ 07060-1511.     

Child Advocate Social Worker

Date Posted: June 6, 2019

Employer: Support Center for Child Advocates

Location/Hours: Philadelphia, PA; Full-time

Job Description: The Support Center for Child Advocates (Child Advocates) is seeking a full-time Child Advocate Social Worker to serve the agency’s Core Program on Child Protection. Work for a premier child advocacy program. Experience multidisciplinary practice of lawyers and social workers, outstanding staff collegiality, and commitment to quality service. The Support Center for Child Advocates is Philadelphia’s volunteer lawyer program for abused and neglected children, providing legal and social service advocacy, through the service of volunteer attorneys, paralegal and legal assistants, working in conjunction with staff social workers, attorneys and other staff. Child Advocates seeks to protect children by securing social services, finding alternative homes and helping them testify in court. For all of the children committed to our care, we work to ensure safety, health, education, family permanency and access to justice. Systemically, we promote collaborative, multi-disciplinary casework and solutions to recurrent problems. For the community, we provide educational programs to increase awareness about the problems of and ways to prevent child abuse. Whenever possible, Child Advocates seeks to maintain children and families in their own homes. Respected for diligent and effective advocacy throughout its more than 36 years of service, Child Advocates attorneys and social workers move public systems to deliver entitled services and private systems to open their doors to needy children and their families.

Position Summary: Direct service social work for child victims of abuse and neglect, in model of lawyer-social worker collaboration. Team with volunteer attorneys from the Philadelphia legal community to serve a caseload of approximately 55 children. Child Advocate teams conduct home visits, analyze records, initiate child protective proceedings, maintain contact with all other professionals serving the child and family, train volunteer attorneys and attend and participate in court hearings. Other typical tasks include: accompanying children to court and supporting child witnesses throughout court testimony; arranging evaluations of children, family members and prospective caretakers; advocating for special school placements and treatment needs; providing victim assistance; and applying for victim compensation (VCAP).

Qualifications: 

  • M.S.W. required.
  • Spanish-language proficiency, familiarity with child welfare & related issues preferred.
  • Computer proficiency required (Microsoft Office Suite, Outlook). Experience with case management databases a plus.

Salary: $45,000 (based on experience). Benefits incl. health, disability & life insurance, 401-K, cafeteria plan for dependent care expenses, and generous leave program.

Apply to: Social Work Search, Support Center for Child Advocates, 1617 JFK Boulevard, Suite 1200, Philadelphia, PA 19103 or email cover memo and resume to: personnel@sccalaw.org (include “Social Work Search” in subject line). Please, no calls regarding this listing.

Child Advocates does not discriminate in any aspect of employment on account of race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, disability, veteran status, or any other basis prohibited by law.

Social Worker/Therapist

Date Posted: June 6, 2019

Employer: Jewish Family Service of Somerset, Hunterdon and Warren Counties

Location/Hours: Somerset and Hunterdon Counties; Part-time

Job Description: A non-profit mental health/social service agency serving Somerset County and parts of Hunterdon County is seeking an LCSW to provide in-home mental health counseling to frail homebound individuals. In office appointments are also possible. Salary is commensurate with experience. Part time flexible hours. Office located in Somerville.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide intake and ongoing interviews of families, individuals or groups
  • Provide counseling services
  • Provide direct help services
  • Respond to information and referral calls
  • Attend supervision and psychiatric consultations
  • Attend regular staff meetings and staff training sessions
  • Collaborate with other JFS departments and community agencies as needed
  • Coordinate volunteers as needed

Qualifications:

  • Advanced College Degree (Masters, Doctorate, etc.)
  • Appropriate NJ accreditation

Send resumes to jstarr@jewishfamilysvc.org.

Social Worker - Rockland County

Date Posted: June 5, 2019

Employer: Footsteps

Location/Hours: Rockland County; Full-time or Part-time

Job Description: Footsteps seeks a skilled Social Worker to provide direct clinical support — group and individual — to Footsteps members, at our satellite location in Rockland County, NY.  They will be an integral part of ensuring that Footsteps meets our members’ emotional support needs and will play a central role in creating a warm, welcoming and safe environment for those who seek services from Footsteps.  The social worker will join the Support Services Team, which provides critical services to Footsteps’ members, and will build out our programmatic offerings in Rockland.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide support to Footsteps members through short-term individual counseling; provide wrap-around follow-up as needed
  • Plan and facilitate new programs at Footsteps’ Rockland space
  • Build partnerships with external organizations/agencies in Rockland county and surrounding areas
  • Work closely with Program Manager on Family Justice program to ensure quality wrap-around services are provided to members with children
  • Refer members to community resources, including Footsteps’ partners and other referral organizations
  • Facilitate peer support groups
  • Conduct new member intakes as needed
  • Provide crisis intervention counseling as needed, consistent with Footsteps’ organizational guidelines and in accordance with social work practices and NY State guidelines
  • Document individual meetings, referrals and volunteer matches in Salesforce CRM
  • Make comprehensive observations of Footsteps members, track and maintain confidential records and discuss members’ progress towards goals and needs with staff
  • Provide input into development of programs and policies
  • Attend select staff meetings/trainings at main office in NYC

Experience & Qualifications:

  • Passion for Footsteps’ mission
  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a minimum of 5 years of related work experience
  • Knowledge of the New York social service arena and relevant referral agencies/services
  • Comfort engaging with and exploring new uses of technology to support programs
  • Ability to work flexible hours including 1-2 evenings per week and occasional Sundays
  • Personal experience with the Footsteps population and/or individuals undergoing life transition, a plus

Desired Competencies:

  • Listens well, able to analyze issues and propose solutions
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Non-judgmental character and able to set aside personal beliefs in service to member needs
  • Demonstrated resourcefulness, optimism, and flexibility in approach to work
  • Keen ability to manage project workflow; juggle multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment
  • Congenial, collaborative personality with the ability to work effectively in a team-oriented culture; also able to work independently when needed
  • Takes initiative, comfort offering suggestions as well as asking for feedback and guidance

Salary Range: $50,000-$60,000 FTE, commensurate with experience

For immediate consideration, please send your resume and cover letter to opportunities@footstepsorg.org and indicate your name and “Rockland Social Worker” in the subject line. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.

Bilingual Full Time Clinician I

Date Posted: June 3, 2019

Employer: Catholic Charities, Diocese of Metuchen

Location/Hours: Somerset County; Full-time

Job Description:

  • Provide in-home counseling for CP&P referred families and youth in Somerset County
  • Provide crisis intervention
  • Advocacy
  • Provide case management as needed
  • Case documentation including biopsychosocial assessments and treatment plans
  • Case conference with CP&P and other providers

Requirements:

  • Master’s Degree in Social Work or related field.
  • Bilingual (Spanish/ English).
  • Requires a flexible schedule in order to meet the needs of the program.
  • Driver’s license needed with an acceptable driving history.
  • Supervision toward LCSW/LPC offered.

To apply, send your resume to Lori A. Soto at lsoto@ccdom.org.

Bi-Lingual Social Worker

Date Posted: June 3, 2019

Employer: Sanar Wellness Institute

Location/Hours: Newark, NJ; Part-time

Job Description: Sanar is seeking a Part-Time Bi-Lingual Social Worker to assist in client and case advocacy for 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, sexual abuse, child abuse, and individuals vulnerable to exploitation based on their gender identity and/or sexual orientation. Candidates must possess their New Jersey LSW license and be fluent Spanish speakers in order to be considered. This is a part-time (roughly 15-20 hours per week) position that includes the opportunity to accrue clinical hours toward an LCSW. 

Essential Responsibilities: 

  • Provide comprehensive, trauma-informed, judgement-free intakes, individual therapy, and assessments for survivors of human trafficking and individuals vulnerable to exploitation
  • Provide trauma-informed case management and advocacy for emergency and non-emergency services including: legal, medical, translation, and shelter services and specialized, populations-specific referrals through organizational referral partners
  • Keep detailed case notes to fulfill all grant-reporting duties and HIPAA regulations
  • Represent the Sanar Institute at relevant events, trainings and meetings
  • Assist in any other identified programmatic areas necessary to successfully support survivors of complex trauma

Minimum Qualifications: 

  • Spanish fluency
  • MSW with New Jersey LSW (or a recent graduate who has passed the LSW exam)
  • Emotional maturity, stability, and resilience is required, along with excellent social skills that are authentic, empathic, and create a strong therapeutic alliance with survivors
  • Experience, comfort, and sensitivity working in multi-cultural environments
  • Knowledge and understanding of diversity, oppression, and privilege and their impacts the clients we serve
  • Alignment with the Sanar Wellness Institute’s Core Values
  • Strong desire to support survivors of human trafficking and individuals vulnerable to exploitation
  • Experience working with marginalized communities, including youth, families, individuals identifying on the LGBTQI spectrum, individuals of color and immigrant populations
  • Strong Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

Preferred Qualifications: 

  • Two years’ experience providing direct clinical client services, with demonstrated competency in effective service provision and case management, preferably to survivors of all forms of human trafficking in persons, complex trauma, domestic violence, sexual assault, and/or another related field
  • Experience providing trauma-informed service to survivors of violence
  • Comprehensive background providing direct services to survivors of human trafficking and/or other forms of exploitation

To apply, e-mail your cover letter and resume to jenna@sanar-institute.org.

 

Director of Development

Date Posted: May 29, 2019

Employer: Women Aware

Job Description: Women Aware, Inc. is the lead agency for victims of domestic violence in Middlesex County.  Women Aware's mission is to end domestic violence in the lives of men, women and children and to change societal attitudes and institutions that promote and condone violence, through public policy advocacy, education, and programs and services that promote lives free of abuse. 

Qualifications:

  • Minimum of five years of development and fundraising experience, MA preferred.
  • Previous work with donor cultivation, fundraising, public relations, marketing, communications, funders/grants and database management experience is preferred.
  • Must be organized, self-directed, creative and able to multi-task projects simultaneously.  Must be able to work effectively with a team.
  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal, analytical and written communication skills.
  • Some evenings and weekends required.

General Responsibilities: In collaboration with the CEO, carries the responsibility for directly supervising the Development Department. This includes, but is not limited to the following:

  • Responsible for the management of the Development Office, which includes all aspects of fundraising from private sources (corporate, foundations, organizations), donor cultivation and stewardship, communications, marketing and public relations.
  • Ensure grant oversight and compliance.
  • Supervision of community education and outreach activities
  • Responsible for communications and marketing    

Specific Duties:

  • Develop comprehensive, integrated advancement plan for Women Aware, Inc. in collaboration with the CEO, including quantitative and qualitative goals and objectives, strategies and tactics, timeline and budget. Development focused strategies serve to: a) strengthen, sustain and expand existing programs, b) establish new initiatives and achieve sustainable growth and/or replacement of existing sources of funding.
  • Public Relations and Cultivation of Donors – Manage integrated, multi-channel direct marketing program in conjunction with the CEO; develop programs that foster donor acquisition and retention. Develop and steward relationships with past (lapsed), present and potential donors. Be a liaison with donors and the board and/or agency programs. Identify and encourage important relationships between trustees, staff and community members. Maintain prospecting, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding lists and review and evaluate for intended purposes. Direct the identification, research, cultivation and solicitation of major gift prospects. Begin developing Planned Giving strategies for future prospecting.
  • Communications – Develop and implement an integrated, strategic communications plan to advance the Women Aware brand; responsible for media relations; manage PR and development/fundraising material on the website; and manage the development, production, and distribution of print and electronic communications that engage clients, funders and the community. Distribute and track broadcast email, publications and collateral materials. Coordinate design, production and distribution of the annual report. Develop, maintain and produce analytical reports on communications program. With support of Admin, oversee correspondence to donors, community organizations, corporations, funders, interested groups and individuals for development and public relations projects.
  • Development Operations - Ensure the use of effective and efficient business processes and best practices; establish policies and procedures for inputting, training and maintaining the database. Maintain donor database, including integrity of data input and output. Ensure timely and accurate donor acknowledgement. Manage integration between donor database and website donations. Provide technical support for appeals including mailing lists and segmented merges. Maintain digital and hard-copy records.
  • Develop and Coordinate Special Events – Plan and manage strategic development events that build awareness of Women Aware, engage the community and cultivate prospective funders. Coordinate all fundraising events with the cooperation/support of community volunteers, trustees, Fundraising Chair, committee members and staff.  Manage income and expense budget for each event.
  • Constituent Relations – Conduct community outreach that educates the public about domestic violence and serves to increase awareness of Women Aware. Interface with community members and groups interested in supporting Women Aware. Respond timely and support follow-up communication with community organizations, corporations, civic clubs, scouts, families and individuals who are interested in fundraising for Women Aware. Represent Women Aware at community events or send a representative. Recruit and manage volunteers who assist with development and public relations activities.
  • Procurement of Funds – Assist Grants Coordinator seeking private fund opportunities through foundations, corporations, organizations and community relationships that have been built with Women Aware. In cooperation with the Grants Coordinator, and as necessary, develop and review proposals for funding for projects and operations. Meet with potential funders and grant/fund advisors as agreed upon with the Grants Coordinator and/or CEO. Assist Grants Coordinator and Chief Operating Officer (COO) with government grants as necessary.   
  • Administration - Compile monthly, quarterly and annual narrative and statistical reports as required. With the support of Admin, oversee and coordinate the ‘thank you letter’ process for all donations and events; draft annual report; maintain database/mailing list and information on organizations, funders, donors etc. and maintain hours of volunteers participating in development activities.  Supervise and evaluate staff, students/interns and volunteers assigned to you or projects under your direction. Attend board, committee and staff meetings and supervision as requested. Monitor development department expenses. 
  • Training - Participate in NJ Association of Fundraising Professionals organization and other related organizations that enhance development strategies.  Participate in skill-building trainings related to development, public relations/marketing and domestic violence. Meet with development consultant as scheduled.

To apply, please send cover letter and resume to nonprofitbiz27@gmail.com.

Case Worker (multiple positions)

Date Posted: May 28, 2019

Employer: Accompany Now!

Location/Hours: Highland Park, NJ; Full time

Job Description: The Reformed Church of Highland Park Affordable Housing Corporation (RCHP-AHC) is pleased to announce that it is already expanding its commitment to help unaccompanied children connect with parents, relatives and qualified friends in safe and permanent homes.

Having started our program on March 1, 2019, RCHP-AHC is seeking to hire two additional full-time case workers to join a team of two. 

In America today there are 15,000 shelter beds for children and youth who reach the border and, alone and underage, claim they have a family member waiting for them in America, prepared to take them in.  It is the job of Accompany Now! to help children and youth move from transitional shelters into their family setting in America by helping the Office of Refugee Resettlement with Home Studies before children and youth leave shelters and providing follow-up case management post release.

To this end RCHP-AHC is seeking to hire two full-time bi-lingual (English/Spanish) case managers, to begin work effective immediately (pending funding)

The Accompany Now! Case Managers will provide Home Study (HS) and Post Release Services (PRS) for Unaccompanied Children (UC).  This position will report to the Program Officer - Post Release Services.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Assess potential placements for UC, including background interview and home study;
  • Provide culturally and linguistically appropriate post placement services and comprehensive case management for UC;
  • Develop individual case plans with particular attention to culture, language, and special circumstances;
  • Maintain accurate and complete case files by updating database systems, submitting reports, and managing physical case files;
  • Provide information, education, referrals, outreach, advocacy, and support to ensure that each child receives the services they require;
  • Assess the safety and appropriateness of the placement on an ongoing basis using child welfare principles and social work best practices and conduct calls, interviews, and home visits;
  • Build a network of local pro bono legal resources and services and care providers to establish services for UC, facilitate access and removing barriers to those services, and track individual progress via an online database;
  • Coordinate and maintain communication with key stakeholders;
  • Participate in regular training and communication sessions with on-site and case work supervisor and headquarters staff; and 
  • Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree in social work, education, psychology, or sociology with a minimum of two years' experience in case management, preferably working with, serving, and advocating on behalf of immigrant and refugee children; Master's degree (M.Ed or MSW) is preferred;
  • Experience in child welfare, child placements, family preservation and social service provision is desired;
  • Must possess an extensive knowledge of immigrant community local resources;
  • Excellent organizational, verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills, and ability to prioritize duties in a fast-paced environment;
  • Must have a valid driver's license, insurance, a clean driving record, and personal transportation; position requires frequent local and long distance travel with limited notice;
  • Fluency in Spanish is required; proficiency in additional languages a plus; and
  • Candidate must have dedication to the human rights of refugees, immigrants, asylum seekers and displaced people.

Physical Demands:

  • Use of manual dexterity, tactile, visual, and audio acuity.
  • Use of repetitive motion, prolonged periods of sitting and standing, and sustained visual and mental applications and demands.
  • Occasional lifting (up to 25 pounds), bending pulling, and carrying.

Applicants should reply by sending resumes and a letter of interest to seth@rchp-ahc.org. These positions are contingent on funding.  Final signatures from the federal government to provide this funding assurance is expected soon.

Clinical Supervisor

Date Posted: May 28, 2019

Employer: Cooperative Counseling Services

Job Description: Join our dynamic and fast-growing Behavioral Health Organization committed to improving the lives of underserved children, adolescents, young adults and their families in the Union and Middlesex County region. Cooperative Counseling Services (CCS) is proudly led by an LCSW who is dedicated to offering employees a warm, supportive environment with many opportunities for continued professional growth, in addition to competitive compensation and a generous benefit package. CCS firmly believes in a strength-based and nurturing approach, recognizing that trauma is at the root of many personal crises and challenges faced by the children and caregivers. 

We are seeking an exceptional LCSW candidate for our Full-Time Clinical Supervisor position to provide clinical, administrative, and supervisory services on behalf of the DOH-Licensed Outpatient Program. This outstanding professional will act as an administrator for our programming and will also apply their clinical expertise by conducting Intake Evaluations and limited Therapy sessions.

Essential Responsibilities: 

  • Assists Program Manager overseeing Outpatient and Supervised Assists Program Manager overseeing the Outpatient Program to achieve
  • Reinforces policies and procedures in adherence with NJ State Licensing, Medicaid and other contractual standards.
  • Develops innovative and programmatic improvements to continually elevate the quality of CCS services 
  • Provides weekly clinical supervision to a superb team of Master’s level clinicians 
  • Facilitates clinical conferences and treatment team meetings 
  • Supports outreach/marketing efforts to community agencies and organizations to build referral base 
  • Aids in management of clients’ access to care, scheduling, satisfaction with services, timely closures and adherence to a short-term treatment model 
  • Acts in relief of Program Manager for programmatic operations and meetings when needed 
  • Acts as a Super-User for Electronic Health Record by offering technical assistance to staff and monitors/ensures proper documentation and billing 
  • Conducts Biopsychosocial Assessments for newly referred children/families to determine whether admission criteria have been met 
  • Assesses clients’ needs; interprets nature of psychiatric/behavioral health conditions; formulates proper diagnosis; and prescribes course of treatment 
  • Gathers necessary collateral information to support assessment and treatment recommendations 
  • Conducts individual and family therapy sessions with children/families on a limited basis 

Qualifications: 

  • Current verifiable New Jersey State Clinical Social Work License (LCSW) required 
  • New Jersey state-approved Clinical Supervision Certificate required  
  • Minimum of 3 years working with children and adolescents with behavioral health needs post-LSW 
  • People management experience is preferred 
  • Demonstrated leadership skills, excellent communication skills, the ability to work well with people are essential 
  • Willingness to work two evenings per week until 8pm 
  • Spanish-speaking is a plus 

Compensation and Benefits: 

  • Competitive pay rates 
  • Robust array of benefits including: medical, dental, vision coverage, Aflac; paid holidays; paid vacation and sick leave; and 401K 
  • Family-friendly organization that continually strives to support employees in a motivating, fun atmosphere 
  • Professional development days 
  • Training and development 
  • Referral bonuses 

To apply, visit https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=b3c96766-61f1-4bf8-8b6f-392ef3bdce1e.

Bilingual Outpatient Clinician 1

Date Posted: May 28, 2019

Employer: Cooperative Counseling Services

Job Description: Under administrative and clinical supervision, provides therapeutic services within Outpatient Programming. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:   

  • Provides short-term evidence-based therapy to children, adolescents, young adults, families, and groups.  
  • Assesses clients’ needs, interprets nature of psychiatric/behavioral health conditions, formulates proper diagnosis, and prescribes course of treatment as part of comprehensive biopsychosocial assessments.  
  • Actively participates in treatment team meetings and supervision.  
  • As part of a multidisciplinary team, collaborates with members of the psychiatric team (MD’s/APRN’s), as well as other clinicians to ensure superior service is provided to each client.  
  • Recommends appropriate level of care after evaluating each client and diligently links to services outside of CCS when needed.  
  • Creates individual service plans and modifies treatment approaches utilizing assessment data from standardized instruments.  
  • Collaborates with all relevant and related community providers/agencies/schools to support assessment, treatment, service planning, and discharge.  
  • Serves as a source of information regarding community resources to families.  
  • Maintains all required case documentation according to State of N.J. and CCS Outpatient Standards.  
  • Enters clinical notes and other collateral information into the agency’s electronic medical record (EMR) system same day care is provided to the client.  
  • Submits accurate daily billing for services in EMR and in accordance with performance targets.  
  • To the best of one’s ability, ensures that sessions start and end when scheduled.   
  • Promotes family engagement/participation and utilizes evidence-based practice to inform family therapy modality.  
  • Responsible for performing chart audits and taking corrective actions as needed. 
  • Upholds New Jersey professional license and ensures it remains in good standing.  
  • Conducts oneself in accordance with professional association ethics and guidelines.  
  • Meets performance and productivity targets.  
  • Performs other duties as required.   

Qualifications:  

  • Possession of a Master’s degree in Counseling, Social Work, or Psychology. In-depth clinical experience working with children and adolescents with behavioral health issues. Current verifiable New Jersey State license in good-standing required (LSW, LAC or LMFT). Excellent communication skills and the ability to work well with people are essential. The ability to multi-task and problem-solve. Good leadership skills are preferred, including working competently with individuals and groups (e.g., initiating individual or group discussion, active listening, clarifying, facilitating interactions and sharing of ideas).  
  • Candidate must be fluent in Spanish.

Physical Requirements:  

  • Ability to communicate orally with customers, management, and other co-workers is crucial. Regular use of the telephone and e-mail for communication is essential. Hearing and vision within normal ranges is essential for normal conversations, to receive ordinary information and to prepare or inspect documents.  
  • No heavy lifting is expected. Exertion of up to 10 lbs. of force occasionally may be required. Good manual dexterity for the use of common office equipment such as computer terminals, calculators, copiers, and fax machines.  

To apply, visit https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=b3c96766-61f1-4bf8-8b6f-392ef3bdce1e.

Intensive In-Community Bilingual Licensed Clinicians

Date Posted: May 28, 2019

Employer: Cooperative Counseling Services

Job Description: Cooperative Counseling Services, a rapidly growing and expanding social service agency, is seeking highly motivated and qualified bilingual licensed clinicians to work within our Intensive In-Community (IIC) Program. IIC Clinicians work in families’ homes and the communities by conducting weekly individual and family therapy sessions. 

Serving 16 NJ counties: Essex, Bergen, Hudson, Middlesex, Passaic, Morris, Sussex, Somerset, Ocean, Hunterdon, Monmouth, Mercer, Camden, Burlington, Warren, and Union. 

Job Requirements:

  • Must possess a valid NJ clinical license, i.e., LAC, LSW, LCSW, LPC, LMFT.
  • Must be Bilingual (any language, but preferably Spanish and Portuguese) 
  • Must meet with the youth and their families in their homes and communities on a consistent basis
  • Must have a valid driver’s license and a reliable registered and insured vehicle
  • Must maintain professional liability insurance

Cooperative Counseling Services offers additional compensation if:

  • You possess clinical licensure (LCSW, LPC, LMFT)
  • You are willing to work in urban areas 
  • You have experience with developmental and intellectual disabilities, including Autism
  • You possess an LCADC

To apply, visit https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=b3c96766-61f1-4bf8-8b6f-392ef3bdce1e.

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