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    Congratulations to Marjorie Muravina who was hired as a MST-SA Therapist at Montefiore Medical Center/University Behavioral Associates after finding the position on our Job Board. "The site was a key resource for me in what is a particularly competitive job market, especially for those looking for a salaried position in the mental health field that offers clinical hours and supervision. I hope you'll continue to maintain the job board, and I'll absolutely encourage my fellow WSSW alumni to utilize it!" Marjorie Muravina

    Congratulations to Eric Fefferman who was offered a job as a Life Coach with Kulanu. Eric found the position on the Wurzweiler job board. Good luck, Eric!

    Congratulations to Faith Herring, MSW. who was offered a position as a Behavioral Scientist Instructor at Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center. Faith applied after seeing the job posted on this Job Board. Good luck in your position, Faith!




    DATE POSTED: October 14, 2014

    POSITION: Clinical Coordinator - NYC

    DETAILS: We are currently seeking a Clinical Coordinator to join our growing team for a permanent housing program for people living with HIV/ AIDS. Provide clinical and administrative supervision to members of the Clinical team. Conduct regular supervision (individual and group) with the members of the Clinical team and maintain an accurate record of each supervisory meeting. Review applications from the HIV/AIDS Service Administration (HASA) and set up interviews for prospective residents of "A Better Place."  Facilitate admission meetings with the Clinical team to discuss prospective move-ins.  Provide statistics for HASA's Monthly Report. Conduct regular chart audits to assure compliance with the standards of The Doe Fund, HASA, and HPD. Co-facilitate team meetings and case conferences.  Maintain a directory of resources on HIV/AIDS services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health treatment. Collaborate with all departments as it relates to the residents; assist in coordinating care and referrals with community agencies and hospitals. Develop psychosocial assessments for each resident.  Assist with the development of quality assurance guidelines and procedures for the Clinical team.  Responsible for performance appraisals of Clinical staff.  Attend all administrative meetings in the absence of Program Director.  Serve as Chief Administrator in the absence of Program Director.  Other duties as assigned by the Program Director.

    QUALIFICATIONS: A Masters Degree in Social Work from an accredited college or university. LMSW or LMHC preferred. Minimum of three years of post Masters experience, 1-2 years of which should include supervisory experience. Ideal candidate must have working knowledge of HIV/AIDS, Substance Abuse, Mental Illness and homelessness. In addition, candidate should be comfortable working with a diverse group of individuals. Solid computer skills - Internet, Microsoft.

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Apply Online at https://home.eease.adp.com/recruit2/?id=10800861&t=2



    DATE POSTED: October 13, 2014

    POSITION: Director - Baltimore, MD

    DETAILS: Our newly created position of Director, Community Pastoral Outreach is responsible for creating and maintaining an organizational framework and systems, which assure quality community-based religious support to improve the health and health access of the communities surrounding our facilities.  Develops and implements formal and informal cultural and educational opportunities for community clergy to connect with their congregants around health care disparities. Works cooperatively with hospital care management departments and population health community clergy to ensure that the community is connected to available health care support services.  Develops and maintains department's fiscal budget; plans, revises scope and emphasis of, and ensures implementation of community pastoral outreach. Sinai Hospital offers a competitive salary and benefits package, including free parking and a 403 (b) retirement plan with employer match.

    QUALIFICATIONS: Master's Degree, and Graduate of a recognized Rabbinical training seminary.  Public health experience a plus; 7+ years of experience; Jewish Chaplain Certification (NAJC) or APC is required.  Experience with Microsoft Office Suite and computer skills required.  Medical terminology is helpful. Demonstrates the ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing; Demonstrates the ability to represent and negotiate on the organization's behalf.  Position requires travel within the area to conduct community visits to houses of worship and congregants' homes.  Must have flexible schedule.

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Apply Online: http://www.click2apply.net/ch8yfvs


    DATE POSTED: September 29, 2014

    POSITION: Full-Time Social Worker (MSW) - NYC

    DETAILS: Queens Legal Services Corporation is seeking to hire a social worker to work primarily with our Domestic Violence Law and Advocacy Project. The Social Worker will be part of an interdisciplinary team of attorneys, paralegals, and social workers. The social worker will provide counseling and crisis intervention to victims of intimate partner violence (IVP), assess their individual needs, and develop service and safety plans to address those needs. The social worker will provide advocacy regarding housing, public benefits and other related needs. The social worker will also lead support groups for battered women and work directly with attorneys to help prepare court cases. The social worker will be responsible for providing information about Crime Victims' Assistance and assisting clients in obtaining benefits. The social worker will participate in borough-wide outreach and off-site intake initiatives, and conduct community education workshops and trainings related to Crime Victims' Services. The social worker will also assist QLS clients across the program, where possible, on crime victim advocacy and related supportive services.

    QUALIFICATIONS: Master of Social Work degree, NYS licensed preferred. A demonstrated passion for social justice and commitment to working with low-income communities and communities of color to advance equality. Experience working with diverse communities. Experience and/or training in the field of IVP required. Experience with and commitment to group facilitation and public speaking. Client advocacy experience, especially in the area of public benefits. Fluency in Spanish or Asian language is strongly preferred.

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Interested candidates should EMAIL a cover letter, resume and writing sample with the subject line: Social Worker Application to Jana Morace, Director of Social Work at jmorace@qls.ls-nyc.org.



    DATE POSTED: September 29, 2014

    POSITION: Licensed Social Worker - NYC

    Details: Currently seeking LICENSED Social Workers to join our TEAM of professionals!

    QUALIFICATIONS:  Home care experience preferred, Community Social Work background and knowledge of Medicaid Recerts a huge plus! Bilingual in Spanish, Cantonese, Mandarin or Russian a huge plus! Must be willing to travel! Must have a Licensed Master of Social Work!

    Work as an independent contractor and make your own schedule! Pay is Fee for service: work as little or as much as you want for extra income!! Must be self-sufficient, confident, personable, experienced, and timely.

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Forward resumes to Shannon.rhs14@gmail.com for immediate consideration.



    DATE POSTED: September 22, 2014

    POSITION: Social Worker - SILS - Staten Island, NYC

    DETAILS: Staten Island Legal Services seeks a social worker primarily for its Family Law/Domestic Violence Unit. We provide comprehensive services to low-income domestic violence survivors through an interdisciplinary team of lawyers and a social worker. The social worker works closely with the attorneys, assisting the attorneys in assessing clients' needs and preparing clients for trial. The social worker provides multiple services for clients including crisis counseling, mental health services, safety planning, assistance getting government benefits, including housing and crime victims compensation, and referrals for a wide range of necessary services.

    Although the social worker will primarily be responsible for working with domestic violence victims, s/he may also help other clients when needed -those who have immigration cases, face losing their homes, or were affected by Hurricane Sandy.

    Our staff is recognized for their expertise, comprehensive services and interdisciplinary model. We also provide numerous trainings and outreach for a wide audience, including community-based organizations, shelter staff and residents, hospital staff, and domestic violence advocates.

    QUALIFICATIONS: Must have an LMSW and SIFI (or willingness to apply). At least 3 years post MSW experience. Experience and understanding of interventions for low-income clients and domestic violence victims. Experience working in interdisciplinary setting. Experience providing a full range of mental health services, including assessment and treatment. Experience providing crisis counseling. Excellent public speaker and experience training community groups. Excellent organizational skills. Spanish fluency strongly preferred


    Interested individuals should email a resume, cover letter and writing sample to silshiring@silsnyc.org. Please write "SILS Social Worker" in subject line. Only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. No telephone calls please.



    DATE POSTED: September 17, 2014

    POSITION: Executive Director - JFSA - Las Vegas, NV

    DETAILS: Seeking an Executive Director who can provide strategic leadership focused on the long-range goals, strategies, plans, and policies of JFSA. The Executive Director is responsible for day-to-day operational management, consistent with the organization's mission and strategic plan. Provide leadership to all operational areas through oversight of; Resource development and community engagement, Strategic planning to ensure the development of innovative and effective programs and services that meet the needs of our community; Human Resource and Financial Management.

    QUALIFICATIONS: The ideal candidate will be a proven leader with relevant experience in people management, operational oversight, strategic planning, and effective fundraising. They will have a track record of successfully setting and meeting aggressive goals. The candidate will be able to serve as the face of the JFSA brand in the community, demonstrating the ability to communicate effectively with all constituencies in the network. The candidate will be skilled at establishing and maintaining positive relationships, and will be able to navigate political waters and initiate appropriate responses. The candidate will be a recognized leader with the ability to chart a positive path forward in the midst of an uncertain environment, with the vision and energy to take JFSA to the next level.

     •          Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university required. A Master's degree is preferred.

    •           The candidate will have a knowledge and respect for the Jewish Culture, values, and organizations.

    •           Excellent oral and written communication skills, excellent organizational skills, and be able to lead and work with a diverse group of people.

    •           Minimum of five plus years of work experience in nonprofit agency operations, specifically in the fundraising field or equivalent experience.

    •           Flexible schedule to work after hours and weekends, as necessary.


    For consideration, submit your cover letter, resume, salary history, and salary requirements to jfsalved@gmail.com



    DATE POSTED: September 16, 2014

    POSITION: Social Worker - New York Hospital - Queens, NYC

    DETAILS: Seeking dynamic candidates for our exciting and fast pace positions in discharge planning. (Masters level licensed position).

    QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates should be creative and able to initiative with a sense of urgency. Knowledge in crisis intervention and experience in end of life/palliative care. NYS Licensure

    This is a medical model where the goal is discharge planning for the Social Worker.

    1. The focus is crisis intervention towards appropriate and safe discharge plans.

    2. Providing directions to patients to the next level of care or services

    3. Placement for patients that need post care to acute rehabilitation, nursing home, adult senior living homes and others.

    4. Services for patients that present with child and elder abuse, domestic violence, substance abuse, displacement, mental health and other medical issues that have a major impact on life situations.


    Email resume and cover letter to : mjs9010@nyp.org

    New York Hospital Queens

    Case Management/Social Work Department

    56-45 Main Street

    Flushing, NY 11355



    DATE POSTED: September 12, 2014

    POSITION: Social Worker - Lower Eastside Service Center - NYC

    DETAILS: Responsible for overall case management services, including assessing and treatment planning; linkages and referrals to services; crisis intervention, training of tenants, among other tasks. Ensure that services are intensive and goal-oriented.

    Qualifications: Position requires a minimum of a Master's Degree in Social Work plus 2-3 years' work experience in Supportive Housing.

    *Bilingual preferred*

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Please submit your request in writing, along with an updated resume by fax (212)566-7773 or email jloyola@lesc.org



    DATE POSTED: September 11, 2014

    POSITION: Social Worker at Rosalie Hall Maternity Services

    DETAILS: The general social work staff of the Rosalie Hall Maternity Services Department is charged with the responsibility of addressing the needs of parent(s) and/or their families, including significant others, who are faced with an unintended pregnancy; to assist them in facing the pregnancy, bringing the pregnancy to term, and helping the parent develop a parenting plan for their unborn child.  All staff are required to provide parenting education through the three main programs including Pre-natal classes, Parenting Journey and Me, My Baby, Our World. Client assessments, data entry and referral development are important aspects of the program. The social worker is also involved with adoptive parents in the adoption and home study process and the supervision of children placed for adoption until finalization.

    REQUIREMENTS: Master's Degree in Social Work. Bi-lingual English/Spanish. Notary (can be secured following employment). LMSW must be secured within 6 months of employment/transfer. Previous  experience with foster care, maternal health or preventive services. Previous experience with conducting home visits. Excellent public speaking to incorporate parenting education concepts to pregnant clients, parents of newborn children and parents of children up to age. Willingness to complete parenting education training such as Parenting Journey and Me, My Baby, Our World. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Must be non-judgmental, non-directive and empathic in approach. Must be able to adhere to the Catholic teachings and principles related to family planning. Must be able to travel within  NYC, Upstate counties, and Long Island communities using public transportation. Must have a valid driver's license in the state in which the individual resides. Must be able to work a flexible schedule, involving periodic evening and weekend activities. Must be driven to achieving targeted results within prescribed deadlines. Must demonstrate strong ethical and professional standards in working with women, families and children.

    RESPONSE REQUIREMENTS: Applicants must furnish a written response to the following questions:

    Why is the applicant interested in this position?

    How has the applicant's prior experience prepared her/him to effectively perform the requirements of this position?

    What special skills and qualities does the applicant bring to this position, and how will they be manifested in the position?


    The applicant must submit a copy of her/his resume, along with a written response to each of the above questions, to be submitted to Director of Human Resources, Catholic Guardian Services, 1011 First Avenue, 10th floor, New York, New York 10022. A copy of the application is to be furnished by the applicant to her/his direct supervisor.



    DATE POSTED: August 12, 2014

    POSITION: Patient Navigator - BoardRounds - NYC - Full Time

    DETAILS: BoardRounds is looking for a talented individual to coordinate and manage follow-up care for patients leaving the emergency room. Join us in helping to send patients home safely. You'll be working in our SoHo office or on-site at various emergency rooms around the city, handling requests for follow-up care for dozens of patients per day. You'll use our purpose-built technology that enables any emergency room provider to request appointments, transportation, home care, and more.

    You should be: Resourceful: you're ready to navigate the maze of healthcare resources available in the greater NYC area on behalf of our patients. Compassionate: you love working with patients of all ages and socioeconomic backgrounds.  Flexible: you're eager to tackle any challenge that may come along in our fast-growing company. Passionate: you're excited about improving patients' lives through better service and technology.  A Bachelor or Master's degree in Social Work; LMSW licensure is a plus. Experience working with patients.


    Please submit your resume and cover letter via e-mail to hr@boardrounds.com for consideration.



    DATE POSTED: August 12, 2014

    POSITION: Prevention Specialist - New York Foundling - NYC - Full Time

    DETAILS: After CAPP's 6 week training, the Prevention Specialist, with teammate, presents the Child Safety Workshop in schools throughout the 5 boroughs of NYC.  Using life-size puppets in a one hour presentation, elementary school children are taught to recognize, resist and report physical and sexual abuse. Prevention Specialists will speak to children with questions or concerns regarding abuse. Minimal facts interviews are conducted, Prevention Specialists will liaise with school guidance counselor to determine follow up recommendations with necessary referrals for counseling and reports to the NYS Central Registry when required.

    Requirements: BA/BS in Social Work or related field required. Ability to stand holding a 10 lb life-size puppet for hour-long Child Safety Workshop presentation. Must have valid NY or NJ driver's license; having access to a car is strongly preferred. Experience working with children. Ability to work as a partner and on their own. Excellent oral and written skills. Excellent organizational; proficient in Microsoft Office suite (WORD, EXCEL, POWERPOINT). Flexible, punctual, and comfortable speaking publicly. Ability to multi task.


    Send resume and cover letter to:

    We invite you to join our dedicated & diverse workforce by applying directly online through our website - https://www.nyfoundling.org/get-involved/work-with-us - or sending your resume with cover letter to Jobs@NYFoundling.org or fax to 212-727-6805. Please reference "Prevention Specialist" in the subject line.



    DATE POSTED: August 12, 2014

    POSITION: Social Worker - Bronx, NY - Part Time

    DETAILS: Part time social work (21 Hours a week) position available in the Bronx N.Y. MSW preferred, Bachelors level considered.  Nursing Home experience required. Position available immediately. 


    Please email  resume to Ilene Paikin at ilene@fieldstonlodgecarecenter.com or fax 718-884-3792.



    DATE POSTED: July 17, 2014

    POSITION: Substance Abuse Counselor - NYC - Full Time

    DETAILS: New York Center for Addiction Treatment Services in SoHo is seeking highly motivated and dedicated LMSW, CASAC, or CASAC-T to join its multidisciplinary clinical team. Candidates must possess an understanding of the 12 core functions. Must be able to ensure compliance of OASAS 822 Regulations and meet deadlines for all documentation. Must be able to work with forensic population, including Sex Offenders.

    Candidates will be responsible for a caseload of 25 clients. Conduct daily individual and group counseling, admission assessments, crisis intervention and develop individualized treatment plans and overall case management.

    Candidates must have experience working in an Outpatient Drug Treatment Program or similar Substance Abuse program.

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Please e-mail your resume and cover letter to jobs@nycats.net



    DATE POSTED: July 3, 2014

    POSITION: Assistant Dean - List College - NYC - Full Time

    DETAILS: Reporting to the Dean of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies, the Assistant Dean will serve as the primary academic adviser for List College students; develop, manage and oversee academic programming, including Major's Night, co-facilitate the extended-orientation class "List 101"; assist with Admissions, including application review; and manage the recommendation-writing process. The successful candidate will be a good listener, strong writer, and an excellent communicator who is committed to the List College mission of preparing students for responsible Jewish citizenship and leadership.

    Requirements: Master's degree in social work, Jewish Studies, higher education administration, or related field. At least 2 years of related/applicable work experience. Excellent interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills. Demonstrated ability to plan and coordinate multiple projects. Commitment to confidentiality and discretion. Ability and desire to work as part of a team. Salary commensurate with experience.


    Send resume and cover letter to:

    Please e-mail your resume and cover letter to hrdept@jtsa.edu.



    DATE POSTED: July 3, 2014

    POSITION: Life Coach - Children's Aid Society - NYC - Full Time

    DETAILS: As an employee of the Children's Aid Society working at the Children's Aid College Prep Charter School, the Life Coach is primarily responsible for working with his/her school colleagues to ensure that the supports necessary to meet the demands of academic excellence are in place while working aggressively to eliminate or significantly reduce any barriers that may impede a child's healthy academic, socio-emotional, or physical development.

     Key Responsibilities: Help elementary students set and achieve academic and non-academic goals. Ensure that each student has a set of achievable yearly goals and an action plan that have been developed with the input of the student, teachers, and parents/caregivers. Use the tools and resources provided to track student progress around these goals that are aligned to larger outcomes in the areas of Attendance, Self-Efficacy, Life Skills, Avoiding Risky Behavior, and Health. Foster positive and healthy relationships with each student. Provide intensive one-to-one life coaching to 15-20 students identified based on a set of specific needs. Maintain regular communication with students' parents/caregivers in order to support the school's Parent Involvement goals. Provide cognitive/ behavioral therapy in accordance with mandated  IEP goals and objectives and short-term therapy for identified  at risk students. Program Delivery responsibilities include: Delivery of the Social Emotional Learning curriculum. Delivery of the sexuality education and the career components of the CAS Carrera Pregnancy Prevention Program. Plan accordingly for the implementation of curriculum on a weekly basis. Produce weekly reports documenting interventions and progress of students. Work with his/her colleagues, supervisor and director to identify and coordinate academic and socio-emotional resources for students and their families. Participate in on-going training and professional development provided by CACPCS,  the Carrera Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Program  and Community Schools. Use the resources provided by the Children's Aid Society to meet the needs of students on a daily basis

    Qualifications: 3-5 years of experience working with young people (in-school and/or out-of-school settings) Bachelor's Degree and/or Master's degree- preferably in social work  or a related field such as Mental Health Counseling. Social Work certification and/or license preferred. Bilingual  Spanish Speaker  Preferred. Experience with group facilitation and classroom management.


    Send resume and cover letter to:

    Please complete online application and submit resume and cover letter at: http://www.childrensaidsociety.org/employment


    DATE POSTED: July 3, 2014

    Trauma Counselor- Part time

    POSITION: Ohel is seeking Yiddish speaking Trauma Counselors from the Chassidic community to join their Trauma Team to be available to help the community after a traumatic event, such as - Heaven forfend --  a tragic accident, loss of a child, etc. The Trauma Team has staff representing various cultures and languages within the Jewish community and beyond to be able to go out and do short term interventions, with families, schools, parents and children, etc.  For example, this past weekend there was a terrible accident involving a young girl hit and killed by a car and OHEL sent people out to meet with the parents, classmates, etc.Trauma Team members will be paid a stipend to attend trainings (in the evening) and an additional stipend per interventions made.

    718-449-5000 ext. 2220

    eFax: 347-962-3668

    E-Mail: m.wiener@jccgci.org


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