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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: 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



    DATE POSTED: June 26, 2014

    POSITION: Mobility Manager -Jewish Community Council of Greater Coney Island (JCCGCI)  - Brooklyn, NY - Full Time

    DETAILS: The position of Mobility Manager includes (but is not limited to) the following goals, objectives and tasks:  Overall leadership, supervision and responsibility for Mobility Management strategies of JCCGCI's Senior Citizen Transportation program, which serves frail elderly throughout the Borough of Brooklyn. Community outreach to identify unmet needs for senior citizen transportation and identification and implementation of resources to address those needs. Coordination of Senior Citizen Transportation program service modules to meet the transportation needs of those the low-income mobility impaired clients including identifying service options/demand management strategies to respond to individual needs.  Coordination of policies and customer satisfaction.  Interact with all vendors and sub-contractors used by JCCGCI Senior Citizen Transportation program. Responds to market challenges for a newer and the broader role information services. Provide one-stop customer information on available services. Preparation and timely submission of statistical reports and implement technological innovation (i.e. data bases, spread sheets) to improve performance, as needed. Share information, conduct outreach, trip planning, and mapping routes as needed. Responsible for fleet maintenance schedule and necessary DMV filings. Conduct workshops for seniors on the topics of safety and accessible transportation options. Monitor drivers' performance and arrange for defensive driving classes and driver sensitivity training. 

    Qualifications: MSW, MPA or similar post-graduate degree and appropriate prior experience or BA/BS degree plus prior successful experience in a similar level position; excellent written, communicative, IT and interpersonal skills; prior social-service and marketing/public relations experience preferred;  good references.

    Work Schedule: Monday-Thursday, 9am-5pm and Friday 9:00AM-2:00PM (or 3:00PM depending on the season), or as determined by the Director of the Senior Citizen Transportation Program.

    Work Environment: Work will be performed mainly at JCCGCI offices (but will require outreach work in the communities of Brooklyn).

    Language Skills: Ability to read and speak English.


    Eligible candidates for this position should please e-mail their resume along with a cover letter (including their salary requirements) to:

    Avigail Adler, Director, Senior Citizen Transportation Program, JCCGCI: a.adler@jccgci.org



    DATE POSTED: June 26, 2014

    POSITION: Group Leader - Big Brothers, Big Sisters - Manhattan and Brooklyn - Part Time

    DETAILS: Report directly to Program Director. Work closely with Program Director and Education Initiative Director to understand program vision, develop and implement strategies of reaching program goals. Plan, organize, develop, and implement Out of School Time Program(s) activities in areas such as, but not limited to, youth enrichment, leadership development, and physical activity for middle school youth. Work closely with middle school participants to encourage movement, creativity, and the development of specific skills. Effectively manage assigned youth group. Maintain and enforce BBBS and school policy. Build positive relationships with participants with the goal of fostering positive academic, social, and emotional development. Maintain ongoing open communication with parents.

    Requirements/Skills: High School Diploma at minimum required. 1+ Years' experience working with youth in areas including, but not limited to, the arts, nutrition, organized sports, etc. Excellent written, verbal, and computer skills. Ability to work independently and effectively with parents, youth, school, and organizational personnel. Physical Ability and dexterity to perform the duties and responsibilities of the job. Grant funded position that runs from September - end of June, the DOE academic school year calendar; can be restarted at end of summer pending work performance during previous year.


    Please submit your resume and cover letter to bbbsresume@bigsnyc.org . In the subject please put "Group Leader". Resumes without cover letters will NOT be reviewed. No phone calls please.



    DATE POSTED: June 26, 2014

    POSITION: Activity Specialist -Big Brothers, Big Sisters - Manhattan and Brooklyn- Part Time

    DETAILS: Report directly to Program Director. Work closely with Program Director and Education Initiative Director to understand program vision, develop and implement strategies to reach program goals. Plan, organize, develop, and implement Out of School Time Program(s) activities in areas such as, but not limited to, youth enrichment, leadership development, and physical activity for middle school youth. Work closely with middle school participants to encourage movement, creativity, and the development of specific skills. Develop lesson plans as it pertains to specific activities including, but not limited to, poetry, theatre production, music, and visual arts.  Provide opportunities for participants to showcase their progress, accomplishments, projects, etc. Maintain participant attendance via sign-in sheets. Maintain ongoing open communication with parents.

    Requirements/Skills: Associates' Degree required. 2+ Years' experience working with youth in areas including, but not limited to, the arts, nutrition, organized sports, etc. Excellent written, verbal, and computer skills. Ability to work independently and effectively with parents. Strong time-management skills and ability to work efficiently and effectively in a deadline-driven, fast-paced environment. Grant funded position; school year position that ends in late June and can be restarted at end of summer pending work performance during previous year.


    Please submit your resume and cover letter to bbbsresume@bigsnyc.org . In the subject please put "Activities Specialist". Resumes without cover letters will NOT be reviewed. No phone calls please.

    DATE POSTED: June 26, 2014

    POSITION: Director- Riverstone Senior Life Services 99 Fort Washington Ave. NYC, NY - Part time

     DETAILS: Riverstone Senior Life Services is a multi-service social service agency that administers as one of its many programs, a small program for developmentally disabled older adults.  

    We are looking for a bilingual (English/Spanish) part-time Program Director/Activity Leader (5 days a week 10am-3pm Monday-Friday) to develop and maintain an activity plan for a small group of developmentally disabled seniors and for the larger Senior Center visited by approximately 100 seniors daily for lunch and activities.  Activities could include arts and crafts, walking club, music, brain enhancing activities, jewelry making, painting, knitting etc. etc.

    Successful candidate will have a BA in a related field and be comfortable working with this population (preferable with some experience) and interested in leading interactive activities.


    Please send resume and cover letter to: idunner@riverstonenyc.org



    DATE POSTED: June 26, 2014

    POSITION: Director - WAYSIDE OUT-REACH DEVELOPMENT - Brooklyn, NY - Full Time

    DETAILS: All candidates must able to Read, Write and Speak English. Bilingual/Spanish. Under the general supervision of the Deputy Director, assists in the overall administration of the program. Supervises congregate meals program. Coordinates/Manages case assistance, entitlement counseling, establishes educational and recreational activities; supervises staff and volunteers. Maintains fiscal and statistical reports. Establishes community and agency linkages.

    QUALIFICATIONS: MSW Social Work with 2 years' experience in senior citizen services preferred, or Masters in Human Services/Business Administration which includes supervisory experience or Bachelors of Science in Social Work with several years of work experience.


    Please Send Resume To: WORD, Inc.

    c/o Sharita C. Thomas, Rosetta Gaston Senior Center

    460 Dumont Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11212


    E-Mail To: sharita.thomas@verizon.net: (718) 345-5644 Ext. 10



    DATE POSTED: June 26, 2014

    POSITION: Youth & Family Field Counselor- Esperanza - NYC - Full Time

    DETAILS: We are seeking dedicated therapists who will provide all aspects of client services. These services include, but are not limited to assessments, intensive family and individual counseling, crisis intervention, and case management. Counselors work with Esperanza staff members and various outside agencies to ensure that clients are receiving the services they need including education, community-based services, public assistance, etc. Services are provided in our client's homes and communities so an open-mind, flexible schedule (including extensive travel) and emergency on-call coverage are required.

    Esperanza counselors pride themselves on learning and employing new therapeutic techniques to help best serve our clients. Esperanza provides quality supervision by credentialed and experienced supervisors. We devote significant resources to training and ongoing professional staff development, and we promote a collegial environment with an experienced clinical staff. We offer an excellent health, dental, vision, and 401k benefits package along with the opportunity to be reimbursed for some travel expenses.

    Qualifications: Master's degree in social work, mental health counseling, marriage & family therapy, or related field required. Candidate must be eligible for NYS licensure (LMSW,LCSW,LMHC,LMFT,LCAT). Experience working with court-involved youth and/or in community-based organizations desirable. Experience in family counseling desirable. Ability to work with a culturally diverse population. Strong written and oral communication skills. Ability to work in a team environment. Bilingual in Spanish a plus

    Salary: $43,500, depending on education and experience, plus excellent benefits


    To apply for this position send a cover letter and resume to:

    Jenny Kronenfeld-Executive Director

    Esperanza NY, Inc

    636 Broadway, 4th Floor

    New York, NY 10012

    E-mail: fieldcounselor@esperanzany.org

    Fax: (212) 964-5566



    DATE POSTED: June 26, 2014

    POSITION: Program Assistant - Samuel Field Y - Little Neck, NY - Full Time

    DETAILS: Assess, intervene and refer residents who are in need of intensive intervention due to physical, cognitive ore psychiatric issues. Develop a comprehensive case plan with each client. Refer to and coordinate with service providers to ensure the provision of comprehensive and unduplicated services. Screen and assess eligibility for benefits and entitlements, assist with necessary paperwork, provide or arrange necessary representation at administrative offices. Monitor client services on an ongoing basis. Engage and work with residents' families to involve them in the care plan when appropriate. Provide Case Assistance to selected residents when Case Management is not required. Prepare related program reporting. Maintain a comprehensive directory of community resources and ensure that the residents are aware of appropriate resources. Develop and supervise volunteer core.

    Qualifications: Masters degree in social work or related field. Experience with geriatrics helpful. Knowledge of healthcare system. Knowledge of benefits and entitlements system. Experience with client advocacy.


    Send resume and cover letter to:

    Karen Schwab, Director Older Adult Services (718) 225-6750 x256



    DATE POSTED: June 26, 2014

    POSITION: Education Specialist - Big Brothers, Big Sisters - Brooklyn, NY - Part Time

    DETAILS: Provide afterschool programming at a Brooklyn Middle School. 4-year grant funded position; pending grant renewal. Report directly to Program Director. Work closely with Program Director and Education Initiative Director to understand program vision, develop and implement strategies to reach program goals. Plan, organize, develop, and implement all work in support of designing, building, and implementing Out of School Time Program. Design and implement workshops/activities in areas such as, but not limited to, youth enrichment, leadership development, and physical activity for middle school youth. Serve as an education consultant to help parents and youth navigate the DOE. Assist parents in accessing needed academic related services and implement an effect referral and follow-up process. Individual student planning as needed; based on assessment, develop and maintain a written plan for youth to effectively reach goals for academic success. Monitor youth for academic improvement. Write case notes about youth and their progress.  Collaborate with other education related organizations to gain access to services for youth.


    Bachelor's Degree required in Social Work, Education, or similar field; Master's Degree preferred. 2+ Years' experience working with middle school youth. Thorough knowledge of the Department of Education and leadership skills. Excellent written, verbal, and computer skills. Ability to work independently and effectively with parents. Strong time-management skills and ability to work efficiently and effectively in a deadline-driven, fast-paced environment


    Please submit your resume and cover letter to bbbsresume@bigsnyc.org . In the subject please put "Education Specialist-Brooklyn". Resumes without cover letters will NOT be reviewed. No phone calls please.




    DATE POSTED: May 9, 2014

    POSITION: Case Manager - Iraq Afghanistan Veterans of America- NYC - Full Time

    DETAILS: To goal of the program is to provide qualified professional veterans and their families to help navigate the maze of resources and benefits available to them. Currently looking for a case manager to work out of the NYC office but focus on the Los Angeles population, one of the largest veteran communities in the country.





    DATE POSTED: April 30, 2014

    POSITION: Part-Time Deputy Director of Transformation Academy/Supervising Social Worker- South Bronx Economic Development - Bronx, NY - Part Time

    DETAILS: Clinical screening, intervention and referral with child, adolescent, and adult participants in SoBro's various programs, on-site and in schools as needed.  Selection, supervision, and evaluation of social work interns (BSW and MSW) to provide additional clinical support both on-site and off-site as needed. Work with Vice President to develop documentation and reporting procedures to provide outcome information to Transformation Academy Funding Sources.  Develop policies and procedures for Transformation Academy in line with SoBro and Funder requirements. Develop plan for staff training, special events, and program growth. Work with Vice President to develop additional funding sources and opportunity to expand SoBro Transformation Academy programming. Oversight of case management staff, programming (scheduling and group content), and documentation for SoBro's Transformation Academy. Assist program staff and leadership in developing behavioral plans and establishing expectations for participants in the Transformation Academy

    Qualifications- LCSW or LMSW with 3 years of relevant clinical/social services experience, either with SIFI training or eligible to take SIFI at next available opportunity after hire. Ideal candidates have managerial/program development experience as well as a familiarity with the South Bronx and a re-entry population.


    For immediate consideration, please email cover letter and resume to HR Director - jroper@sobro.org - Subject line: DDSSW. All resumes will be reviewed on an on-going basis until the position is filled. We regret we will only contact candidates that we would like to interview.



    DATE POSTED: April 30, 2014

    POSITION: Clinical Social Worker- Rehabilitation Support Services- Full Time

    DETAILS: An opening exists in the RSS Outpatient clinic for a professional clinician. The qualified candidate must have a LCSW, and should have a minimum of 3 years' experience providing direct care to people with mental illness in a clinical setting. The qualified candidate will be responsible for duties including, but not limited to: providing face to face clinical services to clients for 85% of the working day, which will require the candidate to be proficient in collaborative documentation, and accurate and timely completion of all related documentation to OMH and agency standards. Additionally, the qualified candidate will be able to work as a member of an interdisciplinary treatment team, and may be responsible for the provision of group services. Proficiency in computers is a must, as collaborative documentation in the electronic record is a large part of the job. There will be after hour on-call responsibilities. Completion of criminal background check required.


    Email resume and cover letter to adavis@rehab.org (include Professional Clinician in subject line) or mail to:

    Rehabilitation Support Services, Inc.

    314 Central Avenue

    Albany, New York 12206

    Attention: Office Manager/Professional Clinician



    DATE POSTED: April 10, 2014

    POSITION: Quality Improvement Analyst- Urban Pathways- NYC - Full Time

    DETAILS: Participate in regular chart/documentation reviews and audits. Analyze adherence to organizational and regulatory standards of service quality, documentation quality, compliance requirements, and data quality reviews. Assist programs in implementing and improving utilization of databases and QI systems. Assist programs in understanding and implementing evaluation and performance measurement and management systems, including activities such as data collection, data reporting, interpreting findings, improvement plan development, and identifying evaluation needs. Conduct quantitative and qualitative analyses and communicate results to program staff. Conduct research and literature reviews. Provide relevant training to program staff as needed

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  Bachelor's degree and a minimum of 2 years experience in quality improvement, quality assurance, human services, homeless services, consulting, evaluation, or related field.  Master's degree preferred. Knowledge of NYS OMH regulations preferred. Strong interpersonal and communication skills (verbal and written). Excellent skills in data analysis and presentation, listening, problem solving, critical thinking, organizational, and project management. Proficiency with relevant software (Excel, SPSS, Access).  Experience using relational databases and statistical software preferred. Ability to work effectively with multiple stakeholders (e.g. funders, employers, colleagues)


    Send resume and cover letter in word format to hr@urbanpathways.org. Use QI Analyst in Subject Line. Due to large volume of resumes, only qualified candidates will be contacted for interviewing. 



    DATE POSTED: April 10, 2014

    POSITION: Community Health Worker Clinical Supervisor - Public Health Solutions - Queens, NY - Part Time

    DETAILS: Provide 1:1 reflective supervision for a team of 3 Community Health Workers. Support CHW Team to conduct basic health assessments, assist teens, women and families to identify needs, provide basic health information, and make appropriate referrals to preventive and primary health care services through home visits and street outreach. Special emphasis is on pregnant women not enrolled in health care or supportive services. Develop and/or adapt a comprehensive risk, resilience and health assessment. Plan and coordinate outreach, supervise individual and family assessments, assess training needs and provide training for CHWs as needed. Facilitate case conferencing with CHW team to discuss client cases and provide mutual support. Be available on an 'on-call' basis to consult with CHWs and provide intervention support and an action plan for individuals or families in crisis. Assure quality service delivery and oversee data collection and reporting.

    Qualifications and Skills:  Licensed Social Worker (LMSW or LCSW) or Nurse (BSN) required with valid NYS license. Minimum of 2 years' experience providing clinical, 1:1 reflective supervision. Knowledge of maternal child health, infant and child development, or home visiting preferred. Ability to provide leadership, make difficult decisions, and be consistent and calm during crisis. Must be skilled at supervising, counseling, teaching, and motivating staff, including team building; supervisory experience in an agency serving multi-challenged families is preferred. Must have outstanding oral, written and interpersonal communication skills. Must be extremely organized and a self-starter. Computer literate; proficient with Microsoft Office. Bilingual English/Spanish preferred.


    Apply Here Directly: https://2xrecruit.kenexa.com/kr/cc/jsp/public/EmailJobDetail.jsf?npi=F15C381A81576204FB843C1D0E45F5BE&rand=1685898B4009549A7EA38E162FCB0186B9874CD4486C34BC8523399BE7B5909E

    For more information about working at Public Health visit our website at www.healthsolutions.org.  We accept online applications only.



    DATE POSTED: April 10, 2014

    POSITION: Clinical Supervisor - CAMBA - Brooklyn, NY - Full Time

    DETAILS: The majority of these clients are dually diagnosed with mental illness and substance abuse. The person filling this position is expected, under general direction, to ensure the smooth day-to-day running and supervision of social services staff and services in accordance with program goals, targets, and performance outcomes and all CAMBA and program policies, procedures, and protocols. The minimum qualification for this position is BA or BS and two years of applicable experience, and/or equivalent experience. Master's Degree preferred. (A license is required of these Master's Degrees: Social Work (LMSW or LCSW), Mental Health Counseling, Counseling/Guidance, Art Therapy). BI-LINGUAL PREFERRED.


    Send resume and cover letter to:

    Please send resume and cover letter in MS word attachment to: submitresumes@CAMBA.org.



    DATE POSTED: April 3, 2014

    POSITION: Housing Counselor - Mental Health Association - Rockland County, NY - Full Time

    DETAILS: Responsible for performing duties associated with an independent living program. Specific responsibilities include but are not limited to: interviewing applicants to determine if they meet program criteria; providing information about available community services assisting with tenancy and housing issues; developing and carrying out a support plan with recipient providing supportive counseling; maintaining required records; assisting recipient in attaining Federal Section 8 or other subsidies; and meeting with treatment providers and families.

    Bachelor's degree in health or human services field and 1 year experience working with adults who have a mental illness or an Associate's Degree in a health or human services field with 3 years' experience working with adults who have a mental illness or a high school diploma and 5 years' experience working with adults who have a mental illness. Experience working with diverse populations in residential settings. Must be able to work independently. Valid driver's license. Must have access to a vehicle and willingness to use for agency business.


    Send resume and cover letter to:

    Mental Health Associations of Rockland County, Inc.

    Attention: Human Resources

    140 Route 303

    Valley Cottage, NY 10989

    Fax: 845-268-3461

    E-mail: dumontn@mahrockland.org



    DATE POSTED: April 3, 2014

    POSITION: Campaign Director-Jewish Federation of Greater St. Paul- St. Paul, MN - Full Time

    DETAILS: Strategic Planning and Evaluation: Prepare, direct, manage and evaluate the donor development program to broaden donor base and increase the financial resources of the Federation needed to achieve its goals and outcomes. Develop strategies to identify, cultivate and successfully solicit donors; meet and develop new donors to increase support within the community for the work of the Federation.  Manage annual campaign process and support, motivate and empower Federation leaders in all aspects of campaign, collaborating with other departments on the annual campaign process, volunteer management, marketing, solicitation and mission planning.

    Management and Administrative Responsibilities: Demonstrate leadership, communication, mentoring, empowerment and resource management within the Federation and the Campaign Department. Recruit, motivate and manage campaign staff.

    Senior Management Administrative Responsibilities: Serve on senior management team to promote the mission of Federation at all times through superior customer service to all and through the efficient use and care of all resources.

    QUALIFICATIONS: BA; Masters preferred; 5-7 years fundraising experience. Management, written & verbal communication skills, strategic planning, database management, budgeting, understanding of the lay-staff relationship and knowledge of the organized Jewish community, its practices and values.


    Send resume and cover letter to:

    gradopps@jewishfederations.org. To learn more, visit www.jewishfederations.org/mandelcenter.



    DATE POSTED: April 3, 2014

    POSITION: Planned Giving & Major Gifts Officer-The Jewish Federation of Las Vegas- Las Vegas, NV - Full Time

    DETAILS: As a sales oriented professional, the Planned Giving & Major Gifts Officer will be responsible for a major portfolio of solicitations for planned and legacy giving for the Jewish Federation's Jewish Community Foundation and major gifts for the Jewish Federation Campaign. The Officer will staff, manage and support the Jewish Federation's Jewish Community Foundation and Major Gifts Division of the Jewish Federation's Annual Campaign. The officer will identify, cultivate, solicit and steward a comprehensive portfolio of prospects and donors for both legacy and major gifts giving, and will direct and partner with volunteer and professional leadership in the development of planned and major giving.   The officer will also manage a significant portfolio of prospects and donors, and take a direct role in soliciting and stewarding both legacy and major gifts.  He/she will be responsible for developing positive working partnerships with community agencies, organizations and congregations in support of the Jewish Community Foundation and Jewish Federation Campaign.


    Send resume and cover letter to:

    gradopps@jewishfederations.org. To learn more, visit www.jewishfederations.org/mandelcenter



    DATE POSTED: April 3, 2014

    POSITION: Health Programs Retention Specialist - LaGuardia Community College - New York - Full Time

    DETAILS: Provide services to approximately up to 150 students annually who will be participating in either Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) or Paramedic training; Assist in the screening and admissions of qualified applicants recruited for the program; Provide key retention services to students with various personal, academic, and professional issues that may be obstacles to their success in the program; Teach time management, study skills, stress reduction, and other strategies for success to paramedic students; Create print and web-based student communications for outreach, resource support, and community building functions; Implement mentoring and coaching strategies and conduct workshops that facilitate students' professional development and knowledge of work as healthcare provider; Assist in preparing students psychologically for what may be traumatic clinical experiences including morgue rotation, pediatric resuscitation, death notifications, burn rotations, and other similarly difficult situations.  Counsel students having issues after traumatic exposure; Track retention, attendance, and participation and counsel students having academic, attendance, behavioral, and/or personal issues; direct them to appropriate services; follow-up with students to assure referrals are meeting their needs; Serve as a liaison between the student and College services and the student and outside agencies; Conduct teamwork exercises and activities to reduce isolation, maintain morale, and improve group cohesion; Counsel students having issues with clinical rotations such as understanding their role, working as a team, showing self-confidence, etc.; Attend monthly meetings with faculty, administration, and job developers to discuss any student issues; Coordinate with the job developers in formulating plans regarding students' job search preparation.  Be familiar with EMT and Paramedic job requirements; Proactively prepare students for challenges they may face in the program by working collaboratively with faculty and administrators; Work collaboratively with other colleges and departments to ensure goals are met; Provide students with employment readiness skills, such as resume writing, interviewing and job search skills; Work with students to create a comprehensive health care career path plan; Collect, manage, analyze and report on student data.

    Bachelors Degree required, Masters in Social Work, Counseling or related degree strongly preferred. Three (3) years of experience providing social or counseling services to individuals and in group    settings in a healthcare, social work, and/or higher educational setting. Familiarity with challenges facing adult and first year, first generation college students; knowledge of best practice advisement strategies for underprepared, nontraditional college students. Willingness to work on flexible schedule, some evening and occasional weekends required. Strong analytical and problem solving skills and ability to assess student need and provide effective outcome-driven services to retain students and help them move into a new career pathway. Excellent oral and written communication skills including ability to write business letters, reports and case records. Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office Suite including Word, Excel, and Access. Familiarity with CUNY-First a plus.


    Send resume and cover letter to:




    DATE POSTED: April 3, 2014

    POSITION: MSW Supervisor - Child Guidance Center of Southern Connecticut - Full Time

    DETAILS: Working in collaboration with a multi-disciplinary team of psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, and other Master's level clinicians, with individual supervision provided to promote ongoing learning and support, the psychotherapist will be responsible for: Providing reflective supervision and conducting performance evaluation to trainees and staff, to promote excellence, professional development and job satisfaction. Conducting comprehensive, child and family assessments with a diagnoses and clinical formulation. Providing psychotherapeutic parent, child, family, and group intervention. Participating in interdisciplinary treatment planning team meetings. Maintaining positive collaborative relationships with referral sources and key community providers. Ensuring the proper and timely completion of all required clinical documentation, program statistics, and outcome data. Actively participating in CGC's exciting array of in-service training and staff development initiatives.

    MSW, required. Licensed in a mental health profession in Connecticut, or eligible to immediately become licensed. Minimum three years post-degree experience providing clinical assessments and individual and group psychotherapy with children, adolescents and families required. Verbal fluency in Spanish highly desired; ability to complete clinical assessments and other documentation in English required. Experience working with patients from culturally diverse backgrounds, and the ability to demonstrate cultural competence and sensitivity required. (EOE).  Computer skills required; familiarity with Electronic Clinical Record Systems a plus.


    Send resume and cover letter to:

    Resume and cover letter required. Letter should indicate:

    1. The title of the position for which you are applying

    2. Why you are interested in the position

    3. How your education, professional and life experiences have prepared you to succeed in this position

    Email letter and resume addressed to DM, at GeneralMailbox@childguidancect.org or mail to DM / Child Guidance Center of Southern Connecticut / 103 West Broad St., Stamford, CT 06902



    DATE POSTED: April 3, 2014


     DETAILS: Our Behavioral and Community Health Brooklyn region has immediate direct service openings for Licensed Social Workers (LCSW) interested in joining our team.  The successful candidate will provide client centered services to a Geriatric (55+) population with a wide array of diagnoses and medical problems.  This position is located at Maimonides Outpatient Clinic located in Boro Park, Brooklyn which has 2 small offsite clinic settings in close proximity.

    LCSW Bilingual Spanish or Russian; Must have proven experience working with the Geriatric population in clinical assessments, psychotherapy and diagnosing mental health clients in an outpatient clinic setting. 

    FEGS is dedicated to providing quality supervision as well as on-going training in this new integrated care model.  We offer a very competitive salary and benefits package.


    If you are an experienced clinician interested in partnering with our organization on behalf of our clients, please apply online at: http://bit.ly/1s2kw0S


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