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    Success Story

    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!

     

     

    NEW POSTINGS

    DATE POSTED: February 23, 2015

    POSITION: Summer Teaching Positions Available - Teach Reading to Students of All Ages This Summer

    DETAILS:

    •      Earn more than $6,000 during the summer. Teachers typically earn between $500 and $700 per week while teaching.

    •      Gain over 500 hours of teacher-training and teaching experience with a variety of age groups.

    •      Help students of all ages develop their reading skills and ability to become imaginatively absorbed in books.

    The Institute teaches developmental reading programs in partnership with the continuing education departments of more than 100 colleges and universities across the United States. Our classes for students of all ages improve their reading skills and teach them to experience absorption in literature.

    QUALIFICATIONS: We hire people who:

    •      Have strong reading skills and read for pleasure

    •      Are responsible, hard working, and have good communication and organizational skills

    •      Will be patient and supportive with students

    The Institute of Reading Development is seeking candidates for summer 2015 teaching positions. We seek applicants with an undergraduate degree or higher from any discipline. We provide a paid training program and comprehensive on-going support.

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: We invite you to submit an online application and learn more about teaching for the Institute at: http://instituteofreadingdevelopmentteachingjobs.com/

     

    DATE POSTED: February 16, 2015

    POSITION: Yachad Summer Social Work Associates

    DETAILS: Yachad/National Jewish Council for Disabilities has one of the most prestigious and exclusive social work development/employment opportunities in the country.  Hundreds of applicants between their first and second years of social work graduate school programs from around the country compete for only 5 spots in the Summer Social Work Program, based out of the agency's international headquarters in Bowling Green area of New York City.  A $1,000 stipend is awarded.

    Graduate students accepted into this program are not considered interns or students, but are instead expected to work at the agency and contribute to the functioning of diverse programming under the mentorship of an established and accomplished career social worker.  Participants will be assigned to agency programs, projects, and divisions that match one or more of their career goals, including: Clinical and Direct Practice; Leadership and Organizational Management; Development; Research; Advocacy; Community Organizing;  Policy; and Disability Studies.

    QUALIFICATIONS: Graduate student working toward her/his MSW.

    Commitment: 3 months. May (start date TBD) through August (end date TBD)

    Time Requirement: 21 to 24 hours per week

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Email Resume with name and contact information of two references to Michelle Mintz, LCSW at mintzm@ou.org

    Application Deadline is March 4th, 2015. Interview with Social Work staff to follow. Late applications will not be reviewed or considered.

     

    DATE POSTED: February 12, 2015

    POSITION: Fierce Family Building Clinical Associate

    DETAILS: If the idea of literally helping people build their families from scratch e.g., through adoption, lights a fire of excitement in you and you yearn for a dynamic and supportive work environment with fun loving, out of the box thinking clinicians as colleagues, then we should definitely talk.

    Here's why: we are a start up psychology and consulting practice with big dreams of changing the way people think about therapy and relationships through innovative approaches. One of our core services is to support clients through the different stages of their relationships including the process of starting their own families. We are seeking a fun-loving clinical associate to join our team as we expand this service.

    If we've piqued your curiosity, here's what year one of your role would look like:

    Traveling to different parts of New York City metro area and beyond to conduct home visits for home study evaluations; Planning and facilitating dynamic informational sessions, group therapy and workshops related to family building for individuals/couples/professionals; Writing and editing the stories of families through adoption home study reports; Interviewing and providing consultation to people from all walks of life, i.e., brown, queer, polyamorous, kinky, vanilla people; Coordinating and networking with attorneys and other family building professionals; Working closely with out senior family-building specialist to enhance and expand this service so that it is unique and innovative

    QUALIFICATIONS: It would be awesome if you speak Spanish, however more important to us is that you are a fabulous person who thrives in an environment where play, innovation, and collaboration rule.

     Our non-negotiable is that you must have a New York state license as a mental health provider and either some experience writing adoption home study reports or at least one full year in the child welfare field.

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Email Dr. Bukky Kolawole at hireme@drbukkyk.com with your resume or CV and a cover letter answering these specific inquiries:

     1)      What specifically attracts you to this position?

    2)      What does your resume not tell us about you?

    3)      Why, if at all, are relationships important to you?

    4)      What are the family values or mantras that you learned during childhood that you still hold onto today and why?

     Ethnic minorities and LGBTQI individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.

     

    DATE POSTED: February 12, 2015

    POSITION: People Operations Associate

    DETAILS: Hakuna is searching for a highly motivated person to join our expanding People Operations team. People Operations Associates are the main contact point between clients and the Hakuna team. We are looking for someone who is able to coordinate the client intake process, including detailed notes on client needs; Coordinate with seniors and their families to develop a realistic care plan; Work with team to match clients with the right caregivers based on needs assessment; Drive the process to recruit reliable, compassionate caregivers; Build and improve Hakuna internal procedures; Analytical research projects that bring actionable insights to daily operations.

    QUALIFICATIONS: A bachelor's degree from a top-tier institution. Masters in Social Work or similar field preferred. Must have U.S. work authorization. Experience in case management is preferred as you will play a key role in managing client cases and assessing client needs. You must also be flexible - sometime you'll have to jump up from your seat to make a field visit at a moment's notice! It is important that you're able to build and maintain trust. We are looking for the sort of person who can introduce two strangers and leave as three friends. Applicants should have excellent presentation and organization skills and a strong sense of responsibility; Mastery in Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint, Google Docs and Google Sheets. A commitment to getting things done; Excellent emotional intelligence and the ability to listen; Experience working with older adults and/or families preferred. A desire to kickstart with a lot of initiatives and the resourcefulness to make them happen; Previous experience thriving in a fast paced environment.

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Please submit your resume and cover letter to career@hakuna.co. Please specify "People Operations Associate" in the subject line.

     

    DATE POSTED: February 10, 2015

    POSITION: SOCIAL WORKER - Workplace Mentoring Center

    DETAILS: Big Brothers Big Sisters of NYC seeks an Associate Program Manager for the Workplace Mentoring Program with strong case management skills who can cultivate lasting relationships between our corporate sponsors and the schools we work with.  A successful candidate will have strong communication skills and be able to effectively manage programs. 

    RESPONSIBILITIES: Manage site based one-to-one mentoring programs at multiple corporate locations. Conduct client psychosocial interviews, write clinical assessments and collect supporting information from collaborating schools to determine disposition based on eligibility, needs, goals, and/or acceptance for agency services. Conduct ongoing direct communication with School Coordinators and Principals to provide accurate agency and program info. Work with corporations and schools to develop individualized program and plan. Facilitate all program functions and group activities based on designed curriculum. Conduct outreach to volunteers, including site community presentations and partnerships with local businesses and colleges. Facilitate orientations for potential volunteers, youth participants, and their parents/guardians. Interview and assess volunteers, youth and parents/guardians as needed. Match youth with adult volunteers in one to one mentoring relationships. On-site supervision of matches on program days; provide support and additional training to volunteers Monitor closely for clinical and safety issues that may arise. Intervene and engage parents, provide referrals to appropriate external community resources. Maintain professional records of all case supervision contacts. Coordinate and participate in conferences with school personnel for individual youth as needed. Participate in one resource team. Plan and implement networking and film series as assigned. Other agency and program related duties as assigned

    QUALIFICATIONS: Master of Social Work preferred. 1-2 years social work experience preferred with a Master's Degree. 3-4 years social work experience preferred with a Bachelors Degree. Interviewing, assessment, outreach, advocacy, organizational skills, strong written and verbal skills, program management and computer knowledge.

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Please submit your resume and cover letter to bbbsresume@bigsnyc.org . Please specify "Associate Program Manager-WMC" in the subject line. Resumes without cover letters will NOT be reviewed. 

     

    DATE POSTED: February 10, 2015

    POSITION: SOCIAL WORKER- Community Based Mentoring

    DETAILS: Conduct client and parent psychosocial interviews, write clinical assessments and collect supporting information from collaborating agencies, schools, etc. to determine disposition based on eligibility, needs, goals, and/or acceptance for agency services. Match youth with adult volunteers in one-to-one mentoring relationships. Provide on-going supervision and support.  Monitor one-to-one matches by phone and in-person meetings; maintain professional records of all case supervision contacts.  Monitor closely for clinical and safety issues that may arise. Regularly evaluate matched clients based on agency guidelines and specific program goals to assess outcomes. Lead educational and recreational group activities and/or special projects for participating matches and parents based on emerging needs. Act as client advocate for youth and families including information and referral, crisis intervention, and short term counseling. Conduct outreach presentations to external community agencies for appropriate client referrals. Act as liaison between matches and Marketing/PR staff. Perform other agency and program related duties as needed. Report to supervisor on program progress and professional performance. Supervise a caseload of clients and volunteers.

    QUALIFICATIONS: BA Required; MSW or Master's Degree Preferred. 2 years of social work experience preferred.  Experience working with youth preferred, case notes, computer knowledge, organizational skills and writing ability; ability to manage programs and effectively work with clients.

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Please submit your resume and cover letter to bbbsresume@bigsnyc.org. Please specify "Associate Program Manager- Community Based Mentoring" in the subject line. Applications without a cover letter will NOT be reviewed.

     

    DATE POSTED: February 5, 2015

    POSITION: Assistant Project Director/Team Coordinator - The Child Center of NY, Inc. Clinical Consultation Program

    DETAILS: The APD reports to the Senior Project Director and is responsible to provide clinical supervision to the  CCP clinicians to help them make comprehensive family system assessments integrating mental health, domestic violence and substance abuse issues. Provide administrative supervision to the clinicians to maintain timely documentation and ensure compliance with standards set by the Child Center of New York, The Administration for Children's Services and the State Office for Children and Family Services. Provide leadership in team building and collaboration to enhance service delivery. Provide leadership in building relationships with ACS field offices (from CPS to deputy directors), CCNY central office, preventive agencies, community based mental health, domestic violence and substance misuse service providers and hospitals. Provide substance abuse assessments to clients referred by the Archer Avenue field office, and make appropriate treatment referrals. Maintain OASAS compliant paperwork. Prepare monthly reports to ACS OASAS liaison on assessments. Ensure timely preparation of administrative reports for central administration and ACS. Build capacity of the child welfare workforce by assisting consultants in developing specialized trainings in mental health and domestic violence. Participate in family team conferences and child safety conferences on an as-needed basis. Conduct consultations with ACS field office staff on cases involving mental health and/or domestic violence on an as needed basis. Participate in multidisciplinary conferences to enhance collaborations with other providers, facilitate case transition and build relationships to improve outcomes for children and families. Make appropriate referrals for mental health, domestic violence and substance abuse services. Build and maintain working relationships with providers city-wide.

    QUALIFICATIONS: Five years post Masters, LCSW or LMSW, with CASAC preferable. Experience in clinical mental health interventions, domestic violence issues, trauma-informed. Clinical supervisory experience helpful. Collaborative and creative, able to work in host environment at ACS field office.

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Please send resume and cover letter to: Elise.wager@acs.nyc.gov with subject line: Senior Project Director

     

    DATE POSTED: February 5, 2015

    POSITION: Mental Health/Domestic Violence Consultant - The Child Center of New York Inc. Clinical Consultation Program

    DETAILS: The staff person is a full time employee of The Child Center of New York, working under the ACS Clinical Consultation Program. The mental health/domestic violence staff person will function as consultant to ACS, under the supervision of the CCNY Team Coordinator/Senior Project Director and will be located full time within one of the ACS Field Office Sites located in Jamaica, Queens, along with other members of the program staff.

    Responsibilities include: Conducting formal and informal consultations with ACS Child Protective Specialists on their cases which include mental health and/or domestic violence concerns. The CCP consultant will assist in assessing the presence of these concerns, and help determine the specific level of interventions required to strengthen the family and reduce risk to the children, providing concrete tools and casework guidance. Consultant will meet productivity requirements including number of formal consultations per week and writing reports for every consultation, within an acceptable time frame. Attending Family Team Meetings, case conferences and child safety conferences as required and approved by the team coordinator. Direct client contact is to model or demonstrate effective interventions and engagement strategies for the benefit of caseworkers or other ACS staff. Developing and implementing at least one mental health training or domestic violence for Child Protective Specialists, supervisors and managers per month. Topic to be determined by the needs of the field office in collaboration with the consultant. Curriculum will be written and specific, and creative in approach to engage CPS in learning and transfer of knowledge. Attend case reviews as an important training tool, as per request of ACS deputy directors and approval of the Team Coordinator. Case reviews. Attending bi-monthly CCP city wide mental health and alternately domestic violence consultants meetings. Developing/maintaining knowledge of community based resources for referral for mental health and/or domestic violence services.

    QUALIFICATIONS: LCSW or LMSW, with at least three years clinical experience. Excellent writing skills mandatory; excellent engagement skills; Ability to work as part of a team. Ability to understand, respect and work in a host environment; Word, excel, PowerPoint skills required.

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Please send resume and cover letter to: Elise.wager@acs.nyc.gov with subject line: Mental Health/Domestic Violence Consultant

     

    DATE POSTED: January 28, 2015

    POSITION: SUMMER STAFF

    DETAILS: The Summer of Service staff is responsible for leading, teaching and serving as role models for up to 16 co-ed high school students. The staff lives on-site with the group. This is a fairly intensive position requiring high energy, flexibility and organization. We look for staff with a commitment to community service and experience working with teenagers in education or community settings. Most sites are comprised of four project staff: one Project Director and up to three supporting staff.

    The responsibilities of all AJSS staff include: Creating an atmosphere of respect, safety and security among the participants, the AJSS staff, and the host community. Empowering participants to take the lead in crafting, planning, and implementing their own ideas and programs within the supervision of project staff. Liaising between the host community and the group to coordinate meaningful service work and activities for the summer. Managing household duties within living space, including daily cleaning, cooking, traveling, etc. Working with the other staff to plan and implement programs (educational, cultural, recreational, etc.) to create a meaningful experience for participants. Driving a minivan every day to transport participants, perform regular errands, take weekend trips, etc.

    QUALIFICATIONS: Previous experience as a camp counselor or AJSS participant is helpful but not required. Ability to work long days is essential. All staff must be 21 years old by the beginning of the program, hold a valid driver's license, and be comfortable driving a minivan.

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: http://ajss.org/about-us/summer-staff/

     

    DATE POSTED: January 15, 2015

    POSITION: PROGRAM MANAGER-HS Community Impact Program

    DETAILS: The Program Manager reports to the Director of the Education Initiative and is responsible for overseeing the day to day operation of the Community Impact (CI) HS Program. The person will be based at the school 3 - 4 days out of the week. Some evenings and Saturdays are required with this position. Responsibilities include (but are not limited to):

    -Client/Volunteer In-Take and Match Supervision: Facilitate the volunteer intake process for the CI Program. Conduct volunteer and client interviews, write assessments and collect supporting information to determine eligibility, needs, goals, and/or acceptance. Match youth with adult volunteers in one-to-one mentoring relationships. Provide on-going supervision and support to mentors and mentees (match). Monitor one-to-one matches via phone, email, and in-person meetings; maintain professional records of all supervision contacts. Regularly evaluate matched clients based on agency guidelines and specific program goals to assess outcomes.

    -School Partnership Management: Meet with school staff regularly to keep them informed on mentees progress. Occasionally sit in on staff meetings. Share progress notes with school personnel.

    -Youth Workshop Facilitation, Advocacy and Engagement: Teach an elective class at a school focused on common core reinforcement; use culturally relevant pedagogy. Create, plan and facilitate after-school and Saturday activities, can include college trips. Teach an elective class for mentees at school; involves creating dynamic curriculum that embeds life skills, job and career readiness skills, literacy and math reinforcement. Curriculum is expected to be youth-centered. Lead group activities and special projects for participating matches and parents. Meet one-on-one with mentees at school to provide ongoing support. Act as client advocate for youth and families including information and referral, crisis intervention, and short term counseling.

    -Data Collection: Collect students educational release forms and gather educational records directly from school on an ongoing basis. Use data to guide program direction and emphasis as well as to provide thorough one-on-one academic planning for mentees.

    -Other: Perform other agency and program related duties as needed.

    QUALIFICATIONS: Master's Degree in Teaching/Education or MSW Preferred. 2 years teaching or social work experience preferred. Teaching Certification preferred but not required. Familiarity and experience with teaching culturally relevant/critical pedagogy that infuses Common Core learning standards. Familiarity with college and job readiness instruction. Computer knowledge, organizational skills and writing ability; engaging and dynamic group facilitation and instructional skills; interview and assessment skills; ability to manage programs and effectively work with clients and other key stakeholders. Cultural competency and experience working with diverse populations required.

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Please submit resume and cover letter to bbbsresume@bigsnyc.org. Please put 'Program Manager- HS Community Impact' in subject line. Resumes without cover letters will not be reviewed. No phone calls please. EOE.

     

    DATE POSTED: January 15, 2015

    POSITION: ASSOCIATE PROGRAM MANAGER- Community Based Mentoring

    DETAILS: Conduct client and parent psychosocial interviews, write clinical assessments and collect supporting information from collaborating agencies, schools, etc. to determine disposition based on eligibility, needs, goals, and/or acceptance for agency services. Match youth with adult volunteers in one-to-one mentoring relationships. Provide on-going supervision and support. Monitor one-to-one matches by phone and in-person meetings; maintain professional records of all case supervision contacts. Monitor closely for clinical and safety issues that may arise. Regularly evaluate matched clients based on agency guidelines and specific program goals to assess outcomes. Lead educational and recreational group activities and/or special projects for participating matches and parents based on emerging needs. Act as client advocate for youth and families including information and referral, crisis intervention, and short term counseling. Conduct outreach presentations to external community agencies for appropriate client referrals. Act as liaison between matches and Marketing/PR staff. Perform other agency and program related duties as needed. Report to supervisor on program progress and professional performance. Supervise a caseload of clients and volunteers.

    QUALIFICATIONS: BA Required; MSW or Master's Degree Preferred. 2 years of social work experience preferred. Experience working with youth preferred, case notes, computer knowledge, organizational skills and writing ability; ability to manage programs and effectively work with clients.

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Please submit your resume and cover letter to bbbsresume@bigsnyc.org. Please include "Associate Program Manager- Community Based Mentoring" in the subject line. Applications without a cover letter will NOT be reviewed. EOE/AA Employer. No phone calls please.

     

    DATE POSTED: January 15, 2015

    POSITION: Licensed Clinical Psychotherapist - Mood and Anxiety Disorders Practice

    DETAILS: The Seleni Institute seeks a highly skilled and motivated individual to join our team as a licensed psychotherapist within our mood and anxiety disorders practice. Reporting directly to the Clinical Director, the psychotherapist will be responsible for ensuring that all patients and their families receive the highest standard of care during their visits at the Seleni Institute. Applicants seeking to fulfill licensure hour requirements will be considered. Located at the Seleni Institute headquarters in New York City, this is an exempt full-time position. Compensation is commensurate with experience.

    Responsibilities: Participate in staff meetings, case conferences, training seminars and individual supervisory meetings. Assess patient progress and modify treatment program accordingly. Maintain patient confidentiality and document case records on all patient contacts. Demonstrate professional attitude and ability to interface with senior management, clinicians and staff.  Exhibit innovation and strong organizational skills. Participate in professional development and maintain required continuing education hours for licensing. Contribute in a collaborative environment and exhibit ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships. Exhibit flexibility to work hours in order to meet productivity goals and deadlines. Perform other duties as required by clinical executive staff.

    QUALIFICATIONS: Master's degree in Clinical/Counseling Psychology or Social Work from an accredited program in applied psychology or social work. Appropriate licensure. Demonstrated clinical interest specifically related to the assessment and care for women experiencing perinatal mood and anxiety disorders.

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Email resume and cover letter to info@seleni.org with subject line: Licensed Clinical Psychotherapist - Mood and Anxiety Disorders Practice. Be prepared to provide writing samples and references on request. No phone calls please.

     

    DATE POSTED: January 15, 2015

    POSITION: Licensed Clinical Psychotherapist - Grief and Bereavement Practice

    DETAILS: The Seleni Institute seeks a highly skilled and motivated individual to join our team as a licensed psychotherapist within our grief and bereavement practice. Reporting directly to the Clinical Director, the psychotherapist will be responsible for ensuring that all patients and their families receive the highest standard of care during their visits at the Seleni Institute. Located at the Seleni Institute headquarters in New York City, this is an exempt full-time position. Compensation is commensurate with experience.

    Responsibilities: Participate in staff meetings, case conferences, training seminars and individual supervisory meetings. Assess patient progress and modify treatment program accordingly. Maintain patient confidentiality and document case records on all patient contacts. Demonstrate professional attitude and ability to interface with senior management, clinicians and staff. Exhibit innovation and strong organizational skills. Participate in professional development and maintain required continuing education hours for licensing. Contribute in a collaborative environment and exhibit ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships. Exhibit flexibility to work hours in order to meet productivity goals and deadlines. Perform other duties as required by clinical executive staff.

    QUALIFICATIONS: Master's degree in Clinical/Counseling Psychology or Social Work from an accredited program in applied psychology or social work. Appropriate licensure. Demonstrated clinical interest, specifically related to the assessment and care for women and couples experiencing grief and bereavement as it relates to miscarriage, infertility, stillbirth, and child loss.

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Email resume and cover letter to info@seleni.org with subject line: Licensed Clinical Psychotherapist - Grief Practice. Be prepared to provide writing samples and references on request. No phone calls please.

     

    DATE POSTED: January 15, 2015

    POSITION: Social Worker - Nursing Home

    DETAILS: Suffolk Center for Rehabilitation & Nursing is seeking a Full-Time Social Worker for our 120-bed Skilled Nursing Facility. Duties Include: Safe discharge planning for a high-turnover population. Interviewing residents and their families. Provide psychosocial assessment and counseling to residents and families. Developing specific care plans based on the needs of individual residents. Helping residents apply for appropriate social services. Providing crisis intervention as needed. Providing grief and loss counseling and supportive counseling. Strengthening communications among Residents, families, and the facility staff. Excellent Compensation and Comprehensive Benefits Package provided!

    QUALIFICATIONS: . Must Be a Social Worker with Skilled Nursing Facility / Resident Discharge Experience! Master's Level Licensed Social Worker! Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Solid Computer skills a must! Ability to work well in a team setting. Long-Term Care Experience with Resident Discharge experience is Required!

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Please follow the link: http://centersforcare.theresumator.com/apply/XFh4b8/source=wssw/Staff-Social-Worker.html

     

    DATE POSTED: January 15, 2015

    POSITION: Case Manager / Social Worker (Bilingual - Spanish / English)

    DETAILS: Centers Health Care has an immediate opening for a Bilingual [Spanish/English Speaking] Social Workers for our Adult Day Care Centers in the Brooklyn/Queens, NY area. The ideal candidate must have a Master's in Social Work, and must be fluent in both English and Spanish; Experience working with Seniors or in Adult Day Care setting preferred; Must have a positive can-do attitude & enjoy working with seniors; and have the ability to work well with others. Primary duties include but are not limited to Interviewing participants and their families; Provide psycho-social assessment and counseling; Developing specific care plans, Social Services assistance, Crisis Intervention, and Supportive Counseling.

    QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates must be fluent in both English and Spanish! Minimum of Master in Social Work required. Previous experience working with Seniors or in Adult Day Care setting a major plus! Must have a positive can-do, upbeat personality & enjoy working with seniors and the Hispanic population. Ability to work well with others, as well as succeed individually.

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Please follow the link: http://centersforcare.theresumator.com/apply/DJwPcw/source=wssw/Case-ManagerSocial-Worker-Bilingual-Spanish.html

     

     

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    DATE POSTED: December 19, 2014

    POSITION: Social Worker

    DETAILS: Responsibilities include but not limited to:

    1. Coordinate all services for consumers, including day programs, medical care, transportation, summer camps, summer programs, recreational activities, and community inclusion (Person Centered Planning).

    2. Liaise between Department and consumer's family members, and relevant community members. Provide family limited counseling.

    3. As Team Leader, lead quarterly case conference, and prepare minutes. Prepare integrative treatment plan, based on all assessments from the other professionals and Direct Care Workers.

    4. Lead weekly team meetings. Keep minutes of team meetings and ensure follow-up as necessary from meetings.

    5. Conduct meetings to ensure proper treatment, progress in program and coordination of goals.

    6. Attend annual case conference at day program or school.

    7. Train Direct Care Workers, as necessary.

    8. Participate in audit preparation.

    9. Work with intake coordinator on intake process for new consumers.

    10. Work with Direct Care Workers to enhance communication and cooperation between them and consumer families.

    11. Complete paperwork in a timely manner.

    12. Other duties as assigned.

    QUALIFICATIONS: Masters degree in Social Work, (MSW), with a minimum of one year of relevant experience with similar population. LMSW or LCSW certification required

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/j74vc8g

     

    DATE POSTED: December 15, 2014

    POSITION: DIRECTOR of Men's Education - Shalom Task Force

    DETAILS: Organize and present educational workshops in High Schools with additional curriculum for Bais Midrash program. Develop and maintain contact with school principals; Roshei Yeshiva. Increase school-based educational programs nationally. Train and supervise presenters for school-based programs. Coordinate in-service workshops. Organize parent education programs as well as college campus seminars/forums. Organize training programs for Chassan teachers, Rabbis, educators and other groups. Create Israel Yeshiva program (TBD). Create and update school curricula as necessary.

    QUALIFICATIONS: MSW or Masters in Psychology. 2-3 years of full time post-Masters work in this field. Administrative experience. Ability to travel for presentations (reimbursed). Orthodox Jewish preferred; awareness of entire spectrum of Orthodox community essential. Knowledge of Domestic Abuse crucial.

    1.  Computer literacy (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint)

    2.  Maintain records and participant evaluations

    3.  Excellent public speaking, writing, and organizational skills required

    This three day-per-week position is based in lower Manhattan.

    This is an Exempt position

    Benefits: TransitCheks, 403b Tax Shelter, Section 125 Cafeteria Plan, vacation and sick leave.

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Please forward CV, cover letter, and salary request to Executive Director dralansinger@shalomtaskforce.org (no calls please).

     

    DATE POSTED: December 5, 2014

    POSITION:  Case Manager Behavioral Health, HARP 

    DETAILS: Perform work associated with promoting and restoring patient health by identifying patient care requirements, documenting, and assure quality of care. Collaborate with physicians and multidisciplinary team members.

    Technical/Functional Expectations:

    1. Mental Health/Chemical Dependency:  Utilize expertise of best practice standards to render medical necessity determinations.

    2. Quality of Care: Adhere to clinical standards of care through collaboration with providers in order to ensure appropriate outcomes.

    3. Case Management: Communicate with patients, family and other medical personnel as necessary to facilitate a desired outcome.

    4. Pharmacology: In collaboration with Physician Advisor, assess appropriateness and effectiveness of medications in order to determine a medications use, dosage, side effect as applied to different disease states.

    5. Electronic Records: Manage electronic files to create patient files in order to document patient records, treatments, and progress.

    6. Regulatory Guidelines:  Practice and adhere to departmental and state guidelines in order to protect self, patients, and organization.

    7. Professional Development:  Attend educational workshops; review professional publications; establish personal networks; participate in professional societies in order to maintain professional and technical knowledge.

    8. Other duties as required:  Performs other tasks in order to contribute to the team effort.

    QUALIFICATIONS: Clinical Experience: Assess treatment needs and make recommendations that impact desired outcomes and quality of care.  LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, or, CASAC, RN, Licensed Psychologist (Ph.D. or Psy.D.). Experience with SMI/SUD populations & related service delivery in a recovery oriented environment. Experience with specialty populations (e.g. first-episode psychosis, justice involved, transition-aged youth). Experience navigating the NYC & NY State systems of care, including Home & Community Based Services (HCBS). Experience with providing and/or coordinating integrated, person-centered care. Experience with evidence based practices in behavioral health care.

    MA/MS - Masters Degree or equivalent required. 1-3 Years required. 3-5 Years preferred. Managed care experience preferred.

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Please email your resume and cover letter to Ms. Cassie Francis at cfrancis@fideliscare.org

     

     DATE POSTED: December 5, 2014

    POSITION: Program Manager - Lay Leadership Training

    DETAILS: The Program Manager of Lay Leadership Training in the Wiener Center in the Educational Resources and Organizational Development Department will be responsible for managing the lay leadership training and education program for UJA-Federation of New York.

    Position is part-time - three days per week.

    Key Responsibilities

    1.      Develop and implement short- and long-term learning strategies, tools, and programs that build core competencies and volunteer leadership skills aligned with organizational needs. Responsibilities will include: curriculum development, speaker coordination, workshop instruction, and marketing strategy.

    2.      Conduct multiple training needs assessments in order to determine the focus of lay leadership training, including evaluating existing and prior lay leadership programs.

    3.      Build relationships with key staff and lay leadership in order to understand needs and to consult on individual departmental training programs.

    4.      Serve as educational consultant to internal departments as needed.

    5.      Work in collaboration with other internal departments involved with professional/lay development or engagement.

    6.      Measure and report on program outcomes to determine the effectiveness of learning and development solutions.

    7.      Build off of successful Wiener Center professional development programs, utilizing resources already developed and exploring possible synergies.

    QUALIFICATIONS: Advanced degree in training and organizational development, not-for-profit management, or related field preferred. Minimum five years' experience with increasing responsibility in learning and development, with at least three years designing, developing, and implementing quality training solutions. Knowledge of and commitment to the mission of UJA-Federation and the field of Jewish nonprofit management.          Previous experience in a nonprofit organization, ideally demonstrating the crafting and implementation of meaningful curriculums and resources for the purpose of training and education. Understanding of and/or demonstrated experience working with lay leadership. Excellent interpersonal, written, and communication skills. Ability to manage administrative staff and subordinates, and to interact effectively with peers within the organization. Strong organizational and administrative skills. Ability to multitask and work independently with minimal supervision

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: All interested staff should contact Ellen Scarano to apply for this position. Scaranoe@ujafedny.org.


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