Were you hired for a job you found on Wurzweiler's Job Board? If so, please let us know by contacting Laura Gooch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Employers: If you’re interested in posting a job, please forward the job description to email@example.com
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: June 10, 2013
POSITION: Outpatient Mental Health Administrator - Hand in Hand Services - Brooklyn, NY - Full Time
DETAILS: Hand in Hand Family Services is seeking a Clinic Administrator responsible for overseeing all aspects of patient care, QA, outreach and billing at a soon to-be licensed clinic located in Brooklyn NY. Prior experience in clinic administration required; experience working with an Orthodox Jewish population desirable. LCSW or NYS Licensed Psychologist only. Competitive salary, EOE.
Send resume and cover letter to: Clinic@hihfs.org or Fax 718-336-6072
POSITION: Social Worker - NYCHHC - NYC - Full Time
DETAILS: Learn how to provide evidenced based cognitive behavioral therapy from a humanistic framework. Our outpatient program serves patients with severe and persistent mental illness who are at risk for hospitalization. We use cutting edge interventions within the context of a personal and accessible relationship to effectively engage patients and support recovery. Staff receives didactic course based training, with weekly individual and group supervision. Competitive benefits and salary. The starting salary will be $51,062, not the listed rate for new employees. Basic Requirements: LMSW or temporary permit before date of hire. Spanish language proficiency sufficient for the conduct of psychotherapy.
Interested applicants should apply at the HHC website using job ID: 10745
DATE POSTED: May 28, 2013
POSITION: Social Worker Per Diem - All 5 boroughs - Part Time
DETAILS: Private Social Service agency is looking for motivated, reliable, responsible, self-directed Bilingual (Spanish, Chinese, Korean, Haitian Creole, French, Arabic, Hindu) MSW/LMSW/LCSW Social Workers to make home visits to conduct psycho-social assessments and some case management for elderly and homebound population in ALL NYC Boroughs. Individuals knowledgeable and experienced in obtaining City/State/Federal Benefits and Entitlements are preferred. This is a contract fee-for-service position with required traveling. Recent MSW graduates are welcome to apply. Training and ongoing supervision will be provided. A written report is required after each visit. APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS:
Send resume and cover letter to:
All interested candidates should apply by emailing their resume, two written references and a list of preferred service area zip codes to firstname.lastname@example.org.
-Professional Liability Insurance (information will be provided)-Physical Examination and PPD
DATE POSTED: May 24, 2013
POSITION: Director of Youth Engagement - Congregation Beth Shalom - Teaneck, NJ - Full Time
• Generate ideas, plan, organize, and execute teen programming with input and active involvement of teen leadership.
• Establish and cultivate multiple paths for teen involvement. Pilot new programs
• Function as advisor to USY and Kadima chapters
• Actively recruit and retain participants for all activities.
• Develop opportunities for intergenerational programming within CBS and for interactive programs with teens and pre-teens beyond the CBS core community
• Collaborate with parent volunteers to support their implementation of holiday and Shabbat programs
Outreach & Administration
• Cultivate ongoing conversations and relationships with synagogue youth
• Develop working relationships with parents and lay leaders and convene conversations about a vision for youth engagement.
• Initiate and maintain regular communication with teens and volunteers.
• Maintain youth database, track affiliation and program participation.
• Collaborate with Rabbi and Director of Administration. Participate in staff meetings.
• Serve as staff liaison to synagogue professionals, board members and volunteers.
Salary: DOE (to be discussed directly with applicant)
• Full time. Start date: August 1 (flexible)
• Flexible schedule
• Includes 2-3 shabbatot per month and holidays; evening and weekend programs and meetings.
• Report to Rabbi and collaborate with volunteers.
Interested parties can send their resume, cover letter, and contact information for three references to: email@example.com. Preference will be given to resumes received by Monday, June 3.
DATE POSTED: May 24, 2013
POSITION: Healthcare Integrator - Jewish Child Care Association- Bronx, NY - Full Time
DETAILS: MSW (LMSW preferred). Ability to manage and work with a variety of different people; Solid organizational and follow-up skills; Excellent interpersonal, writing and computer skills (specifically Microsoft Word, Excel); Bilingual/Spanish helpful. A minimum of one year of experience providing service coordination and information, linkages, and referrals for community-based services to children with special needs, individuals with disabilities, or seniors. Work directly with the Severely Emotionally Disturbed (SED) and Developmentally Disabled (DD) child and family/caregiver to determine the need for and the appropriate provision of intensive services to maintain that child in the community.
Please call Ruben Luyando at 212-558-9933 in Human Resources.
POSITION: Service Coordinator - Jumpstart Early Intervention- Brooklyn, NY - Part Time
DETAILS: A bachelor's degree in health or human services or at least two years of case management experience is required. Applicant must be detailed orientated and highly organized. Service coordinator will be working with families that help them navigate the early intervention system and to access appropriate services. Applicant must be able to speak, write, and read Spanish.
Please do not send resume if you are not fluent in Spanish
Early Intervention Program 3914 15th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11218 firstname.lastname@example.org.
POSITION: Service Coordinator - New York Foundation for Senior Citizens - NYC - Full Time
DETAILS: Provides assessment of service needs of residents. Links residents with Service Providers in the community; personal assistance, home attendants/home health aides, meals-on-wheels, transportation, visiting nurse, medical services, legal advocacy. Educates residents on service availability, providing advocacy as appropriate. Secures speakers for informational series and entertainers for daily activities calendar. Monitors provision of services from community agencies. Manages provision of support services, where appropriate. Helps residents build informal support networks with other residents through educational and discussion groups
Qualifications: Must have a BA and at least one year of social service experience working with the elderly population. BSW/MSW preferred.
Please email resume and cover letter to Alexis Leven, Director of Programs at email@example.com
Date Posted: May 21, 2013
POSITION: Evaluation Assistant - Care for the Homeless - NYC - Part Time
DETAILS: The evaluation assistant will be a member of our team and will be expected to contribute to developing program evaluation plans, methodology, implementation and data analysis. Our evaluations have included a wide range of programs focused on health care, education and other topics, so this opportunity could be relevant for candidates from a variety of disciplines. This position is well suited for a graduate student interested in a career in program evaluation and/or research. Tasks can include: Data entry, Literature reviews, Interviews, Focus groups, Field observations, Report writing, Database management, and Note taking at meetings and webinars.
Compensation is $15/hour, 20 hours per week. The assistant would work from Care for the Homeless' main office in midtown Manhattan, with some work likely at our shelter in the Bronx and other shelter locations in NYC. This position is for Summer 2013, and would start in early June and end in late August, with some flexibility on start and end dates.
To apply, please send a resume, a cover letter, references and a writing sample (about two pages) to firstname.lastname@example.org
DATE POSTED: May 20, 2013
POSITION: JASA has the following positions available.
Far Rockaway Social Work Director LMSW F/T-35 hrs/wk
Far Rockaway Assistant Social Work Supervisor MSW/LMSW F/T-35 hrs/wk
Brooklyn APS Director MSW/LMSW F/T-35 hrs/wk
LI Suffolk County Service Center Social Worker II MSW/LMSW P/T-4 hrs/wk
Manhattan Social Work Supervisor MSW/LMSW F/T-35 hrs/wk
Bronx Social Work Supervisor LCSW P/T-21 hrs/wk
Manhattan Director of Managed Care Master's degree preferred F/T-35 hrs/wk
Brooklyn Social Worker I BSW/BA/BS F/T-35 hrs/wk
Far Rockaway Social Worker I BSW/BA/BS F/T-35 hrs/wk
Queens Social Worker IA BSW/BA/BS F/T-35 hrs/wk
Brooklyn Social Worker III MSW/LMSW F/T-35 hrs/wk
Manhattan Social Worker III MSW/LMSW F/T-35 hrs/wk
East Bronx Social Worker I BSW/BA/BS P/T-17.5 hrs/wk
JASA - HR Department
247 W. 37th Street 9th Floor
New York, NY 10018
Email: email@example.com (Preferred)
POSITION: Case Manager - IAVA - Full Time
DETAILS: IAVA is seeking two Case Managers to support our New York efforts, two Case Managers to support our California efforts, and one Case Manager to focus specifically on Los Angeles, CA. The Case Managers will work directly with Iraq and Afghanistan veterans and their families to understand their needs, provide information and referrals, crisis intervention services, and short-term case management. These Case Managers will also lead IAVA's efforts to build a collaborative network of veteran-friendly service providers in New York, California and Los Angeles. All Case Managers will be based in IAVA's New York City headquarters and will report to IAVA's Membership Director.
A deep commitment to the mission of improving the lives of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans and their families - knowledge of the veterans space a plus; Good written and oral communication skills required for reports, progress notes, advocacy and referrals; Positive attitude and sense of empathy towards veterans. Bachelor's degree in Social Work or a related field is required;
Master's degree from an accredited school of social work and licensed to practice as a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) or Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) strongly preferred.
For more information and application instructions, please visit http://iava.org/careers
POSITION: Transgender Case Manager - Callen-Lorde - Plantation, FL - Full Time
DETAILS: The Transgender Case Manager is responsible for assisting transgender and gender non-conforming patients in navigating medical and social services including: providing case management and supportive counseling, coordinating patient care, and providing referrals to outside services. The Transgender Case Manager will also be responsible for co-facilitation of the Transgender Community Advisory Board. This position will work closely with medical providers, mental health staff, and the HIV and Women's Case Managers to ensure that the full continuum of care needs of our TGNC patients are identified, and that appropriate services are accessed, coordinated, and monitored. College degree (BA/BS) in health/social services preferred; equivalent experience will be considered. Experience in social services, case management and/or entitlements work preferred; specifically with TGNC, LGB, and HIV-affected communities.
Send cover letter and resume including salary requirements to:
Subject: Transgender Case Manager Search
Callen-Lorde Community Health Center
356 West 18th Street, New York, NY 10011
POSITION: Development Officer - Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta - Full Time
DETAILS: Under the supervision of the Senior Development Officer, the Development Officer is responsible for a broad range of initiatives and projects to advance the mission of Federation in the areas of donor cultivation, giving societies, mass appeals, programs and events. 2 years of development experience preferred. Advanced degree/certificate in related field preferred.
DATE POSTED: May 14, 2013
POSITION: Recovery Supervisor - Mental Health Association of Rockland County - Valley Cottage, NY - Full Time
DETAILS: Perform clinical supervision of staff, students, and volunteers. Coordinate clinic activities; maintain a direct service caseload of adjusted size. Approve work schedules; schedule intake appointments and interview prospective clients; act as the on-site manager for the Recovery Services and ensure coverage of both individual and group meetings and activities. An LMSW/LCSW with three years' experience in the alcohol/chemical dependency field.
Mental Health Association of Rockland County
Attention: Human Resources
140 Route 303
Valley Cottage, NY 10989
DATE POSTED: May 8, 2013
POSITION: Bilingual Social Worker - First Choice NY- NYC - Full Time (6 month assignment)
DETAILS: The position works with a Care Management team (Nurse Care Manager and Service Coordinator). Assessments and treatment for geriatric population. Requires hands-on administration of multiple electronic shared network database to manage Patient Health Information. Uses all available resources to assess members' psychosocial health status and social work needs; this includes making field home visits as needed in order to complete a psychosocial assessment for all new members within the first 30 days of enrollment. Determines member and family needs to develop a comprehensive care plan for each member based on counseling, housing, social support and financial status.
Requires: 6+ months US work as MSW including internships in one or more of the following areas:
Geriatrics, Discharge Planning, Case Management, Assessment, Acute, Sub-Acute, Long -Term Care, Health Insurance, Home care environment, Homeless.
Prefers: 1- 2 years experience with experience as described above.
Experience with electronic shared network database to manage patient health information.
DATE POSTED: April 30, 2013
POSITION: Residence Counselor - Mental Health Assoc. - Rockland County, NY - Part Time
DETAILS: Provides daily supervision and support to deaf/hard of hearing adults recovering from mental illness and residing in community based congregate settings. The Residence Counselor serves as a role model, providing a home like atmosphere in which dignity and respect enhance each person's existence. The Residence Counselor participates in service planning and on-going support for each resident. High school graduate or equivalent. Some college preferred. Experience in Deaf Culture required. Fluency in American Sign Language (ASL). Experience working with diverse populations recovering from mental illness desired. Valid driver's license and ability to drive program vehicles in a manner that provides safe transportation to program residents.
Fax 845-267-2169 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
DATE POSTED: April 24, 2013
POSITION: Clinical Social Worker - MONTEFIORE MEDICAL CENTER, WAKEFIELD DIVISION - Bronx, NY - Full Time
DETAILS: Social worker performs intakes, individual, family, group psychotherapy, and crisis intervention for psychiatric outpatients in a hospital-based mental health clinic. L.M.S.W. or L.C.S.W. or L.C.S.W eligibility with prior mental health experience working with adults, either in placement or job. Fluency in Spanish required.
Send resume and cover letter to: Milagros Gonzales, LCSW, Program Manager, Wakefield Division of Montefiore , Mental Health Program, 4401 Bronx Boulevard, Bronx, New York, 10470. email@example.com. Fax:(718)304-7065.
POSITION: Supervising Counselor - Hetrick-Martin Institute
DETAILS: Facilitate Intake Assessments for new youth seeking agency membership. Provide individual, group and family counseling, crisis intervention, and case management to youth and their families. Maintain caseload of up to 10 youth and their families. Assessment, problem definition, formulation of diagnostic impressions, treatment planning and case coordination of HMI clients. Develop, facilitate and implement groups with other program staff, and maintain all documentation and data collection tools. Provide on-call crisis counseling and case management services to members and their families. Develop curricula that utilize the Positive Youth Development Model and Harm Reduction Model. Supervision of up to 3 social work and/or counseling interns. Collaborate with other internal program staff and outside organizations for the comprehensive treatment of clients. Ensure regular collaboration through formal collateral meetings between program staff and outside agencies. Provide necessary referrals for HMI members to access additional services. Bilingual preferred.APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS:
To apply for an open position, please send your resume along with a cover letter and your salary history to firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to include the job title in your subject line. Please, no telephone calls.
POSITION: Interim Program Coordinator - NASW - NYC- Full Time
DETAILS: The Interim Program Coordinator will work with the Executive Director and other professional and support staff and will contribute to the implementation of NASW-NYC's objectives during this period. Responsibilities include helping to coordinate a range of programs and projects relating to membership development, non-dues revenue, continuing education, other relevant activities. Experience in social work, especially in administration, including project coordination. A social work student or recent graduate will be considered if they have this experience. Experience working with volunteers to develop objectives and carry out activities. Knowledge of NASW would be helpful.
The salary range for the position is $20 to $30/hr, depending on experience. There are no benefits for interim positions at NASW.
Send resume and cover letter that addresses your availability and how your experience relates to the responsibilities in this announcement. Send the cover letter and resume to email@example.com or mail to NASW-NYC, 50 Broadway, NY, NY 10004.
POSITION: Senior Program Associate - NASW - NYC- Full Time
DETAILS: Collaborate with the Executive Director, staff and Chapter leaders in carrying out program objectives. Plan and coordinate selected activities and events relating to membership recruitment and retention, the annual meeting, continuing education and licensing test prep workshops, awards dinner, and involvement of social work students and new professionals. Coordinate electronic communications through the production of the newsletter and announcements, updating of the website, and development of other media. Assist in the development of non-dues revenue such as fund raising and advertising. Provide supervision and/or support to administrative staff, consultants, contracted coordinators, and intern(s), as needed. Provide staff support to selected board and program related committees and task forces; including the Board of Directors. Provide consultation to NASW members on a range of issues, including licensing.
Three years post-masters experience in social work, especially in administration, including project management and supervision. Experience working with volunteers to develop objectives and carry out activities. A NYS social work license and NASW membership in NASW are highly desirable for this position.
Send resume and cover letter to that addresses how you will apply your experience to the key responsibilities in this announcement. Include salary history in the letter. Consideration will be given to submission of a sample of your own writing (e.g., an article, brochure, memo, proposal, etc; the sample may be brief). Send the cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to NASW-NYC, 50 Broadway, NY, NY 10004.
DATE POSTED: April 22, 2013
POSITION: Life Coach - Kulanu - New York - Full Time
DETAILS: Seeking energetic Job/Life Coach with excellent interpersonal skills. Candidate must have experience working with individuals with disabilities, able to work independently, and provide support /guidance in vocational, educational and social environments. A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in human service field such as Special Education, Psychology, Rehabilitation or Social Work required.
Send resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
DATE POSTED: April 21, 2013
POSITION: Social Worker - Center for Behavioral Health Services - Brooklyn, NY - Full Time
DETAILS: Meet regularly with a caseload of 25-30 clients for employment-focused counseling, goal development and service planning. Facilitate and co-facilitate groups centered around helping participants improve skills and manage life challenges. Provide initial intake screening, and ongoing vocational and psychosocial assessment. Collaborate with providers, courts and Department of Corrections and Community Supervision (DOCCS). Supply referral to other services (e.g. psychiatric, housing). Provide comprehensive discharge planning. Participate in case conferences, supervision, meetings and trainings. Masters degree in social work and 1-year post Masters experience in mental health; experience with trauma informed treatment and at-risk populations preferred. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Organized; good time management skills
Send resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
POSITION: Aliyah Coordinator - Jewish Agency for Israel - Northeast Area - Full Time
DETAILS: The "Aliyah Coordinator" with the Jewish Agency will be assisting potential new immigrants to the State of Israel (Olim). The position reports to the Northeast Regional Representative. He or she will coordinate various programs and help Olim obtain necessary documentation. The Aliyah Coordinator will interact with and assist many different kinds of people and strong interpersonal skills are required. Must be fluent in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel). Must be capable with social media websites, internet. Must be capable with agency's online databases. Fluent in English and have Good command of Hebrew. Salary range: $30,000 - $33,000
Send resume and cover letter to: email@example.com. Please include salary requirements and put "Aliyah Coordinator-NE region" in subject line.
POSITION: Program Specialist - Fostering Change for Children - NYC - Full Time
DETAILS: Manage FCFC training planning, scheduling, packaging, marketing, delivery, evaluation and follow-up as necessary. Outreach to child welfare related providers, organizations and systems to promote and provide best practice training opportunities. Identify, select and manage external speakers or training providers necessary to deliver required training. Plan and deliver training topics personally when necessary. Develop necessary materials to market FCFC training and create hand-outs. Further develop, update, enhance and package CC summer curriculum and monthly trainings. Maintain database of guest lecturers and external trainers. Coordinate and manage training activities during CC summer training. Plan, develop and implement strategies for ongoing group and individual support of CC members. Assist with recruitment of mentors for CC members. Coordinate and manage monthly gatherings as well as collection of monthly information. Provide task supervision of student interns. Implement and manage CC alumni association.
While an MSW degree is preferred it is not required. Experience with Program Development/Management and/or teaching/training and/or administration as well as understanding of the child welfare system are strongly preferred.
visit http://fosteringchangeforchildren.org/index.php/site/careers for application instructions.
POSITION: Social Worker - Rain Home Attendant Service - Plantation, FL - Full Time
DETAILS: Social Worker needed to work as part of interdisciplinary care management team. Masters Degree in Social Work required; New York State Certification preferred. Must possess working knowledge of current community health practice for the frail and elderly and cognitively impaired seniors with direct service experience is required. Interdisciplinary model or care management experience preferred. Computer literate a must, bilingual preferred. Field work required. We offer a competitive salary and excellent benefits.
Send resume and cover letter to Debra Caldwell at firstname.lastname@example.org or via fax at (718) 319- 8477
DATE POSTED: March 22, 2013
POSITION: Teacher - Be Above Early Child Care - Queens - Full Time
DETAILS: Posses and maintain New York state teacher certification ECE B-2 (or N-6) / work towards possessing NYS certification in ECE. In partnership with the Assistant Teacher, record one observation of each child in your class each week using the Observation cards provided to you by the Education Director. At end of the week, meet with the Assistant Teacher to get his/her ideas to write your weekly lesson plans for following week. Link your theme and lesson plans to the Responses that you have developed from the observations of each child in the classroom that week and/ or week before. Work with the Assistant Teacher to redirect children and discipline children according to the POSITIVEdiscipline policy. Work with the Assistant Teacher to set-up projects in the classroom and facilitate children's experiences. Talk to parents about what their children are experiencing in the classroom, answer questions and always welcome parents into your classroom. Attend staff development trainings once per month as well as UPK staff development once per month. Participate in weekly team planning meetings / case meetings (1 - 2X per week) with the Site Ed. Director for a minimum of 30 minutes.
Mina Marsow- Human Resources Manager
B'Above Worldwide Institute
Tel:718-805-2252 ext: 776
Email: email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
POSITION: Workshop Facilitator - Henry Street Settlement- NYC - Full Time, Temporary
DETAILS: Develop and maintain good relationships with SYEP participants. Provide a safe and engaging learning environment for all SYEP participants. Develop and lead professional development workshops with youth (such as SYEP orientation, work readiness, financial literacy, teamwork and conflict resolution, time management, education and career exploration). Provide educational advice to support the individual needs of the participants. Act as a professional role model. Develop and manage a community service project with a small cohort of SYEP participants. Visit the participants at work sites to provide on-site counseling as needed
To Apply email Cover Letter and Resume to email@example.com
In the subject line, please indicate "Workshop Facilitator"
POSITION: Bilingual Case Manager - Criminal Justice Agency - NYC - Full Time
DETAILS: Reviewing with participants the conditions of release, program agreement, and consents for disclosure. Conducting the intake/assessment interview to identify participants' needs, including possible mental health and/or substance abuse problems, and making appropriate referrals. Verifying participant contact information, applicable activities and responsibilities to assign participants to a designated level of supervision. Maintaining face-to-face and telephone contact with participants, monitoring re-arrests, and preparing written progress reports for court. Maintaining communication with defense attorneys, and referral agencies until transfer or completion of reporting responsibilities. Updating computerized case management files accordingly to produce periodic reports on participant compliance. Appearing and advocating in court regarding participants' compliance as necessary.
LMSW or other related Graduate or Professional Degree with 3+ years of related court-based experience preferred.
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Send resume and cover letter to:
SUBJECT HEADER: CASE MANAGER-BILINGUAL
ATTN: Program Director
DATE POSTED: March 21, 2013
POSITION: Social Worker - Selfhelp Community Services- Bayside, NY - Full Time
DETAILS: Selfhelp's Clearview Senior Center and the Sharp Program are seeking a Social Worker who will be working with clients providing assessment, services coordination, case assistance, information and referral as well as leading groups and outreach presentations. MSW required. Excellent time management, communication and computer skills. Experience with seniors and individuals with cognitive impairments. Must have the ability to travel to meetings and outreach presentations. Self-starter who can work as part of a team.
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS/COMMENTS: Visit: www.selfhelp.net.
POSITION: Social Worker - Selfhelp Community Services - Brooklyn, NY- Full Time
DETAILS: The Social Worker will be working with Holocaust Survivors to: provide case management, counseling, assessment, information and referrals; make homes visits; and crisis intervention. MSW required. Excellent time management, communication and computer skills. Must have the ability to travel through Brooklyn. Yiddish, Hungarian or Polish a plus.
POSITION: Policy and Community Organizing Intern - EIO Coalition - NYC- Full or Part time
DETAILS: Support Policy Associate and Community Organizer in coordinating activities related to advocacy campaigns (coalition meetings, panels, advocacy trips, etc.). Assist Community Organizer in implementing partner outreach strategies. Assist with research pertaining to the three campaigns; help develop additional campaign materials. Work with Community Organizer on social media strategy; Manage social media presence including. Twitter, Facebook, and Blogs. Assist in preparation of materials for presentations and events. Provide administrative support to Policy Associate and Community Organizer
Please email cover letter, resume and references to Yasmin Safdie, Community Organizer, at
firstname.lastname@example.org by April 8, 2013.
POSITION: Retiree Social Services Coordinator - UFT Welfare Fund Retiree Social Services- NYC - Full Time
DETAILS: "Stay in Touch" program - provide a daily call to hospitalized retirees, to assist with issues related to their hospital stay, discharge planning, and coordination of care at home. Provide short term counseling in the office or by telephone and provide referrals to health providers or other health related institutions. Meet with case managers on a daily basis to review their cases. Participate in social work groups and meetings. Assist in all department operations. New York State Licensed Social Worker. Background in Gerontology (necessary). Knowledge of nursing homes, discharge and referral sources.
Applicants should submit a letter of application and resume by the close of business on
Friday, May 31, 2013 to:
Sasha Greene, Director
UFT Welfare Fund Retiree Social Services
52 Broadway, 17th Floor, New York, NY 10004
DATE POSTED: March 18, 2013
POSITION: Executive Director - Temple Beth Tzedek- Buffalo, NY - Full Time
DETAILS: Ability to manage finances of the congregation. Synagogue management and administration skills. An understanding of the mission of TBT and the willingness and ability to support and further that mission. Facility oversight. Ability to lead organizational change and growth, including financial management, membership recruitment, fundraising, grant procurement and endowment building.
Yearly Salary Range $65k - 85k as a Total Compensation Package
Send resume and cover letter to: email@example.com
DATE POSTED: March 13, 2013
POSITION: Bilingual Social Worker Cantonese - Big Brothers Big Sisters - NYC - Full Time
DETAILS: Outreach for children/youth and mentors to the Chinese community throughout New York City. 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.
Send resume and cover letter to: Hiring Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org
POSITION: Coordinator of Family and Youth Volunteer Services - DOROT - Full Time
DETAILS: Direct teen leadership council and cultivate peer-leadership within the group. Conduct informal activities to incorporate their volunteer experience in the context of Jewish text, tradition and values. Manage the family volunteering programs, Family Circle and Birthday Mitzvah Project. Recruit and cultivate DOROT seniors to participate in intergenerational programs. Provide seniors with appropriate training materials. Match family and youth volunteers to visit and assist DOROT seniors. Support the Department Director in developing partnerships with schools and youth organizations. Facilitate group orientations and volunteer workshops for pre-k through high school youth. Plan and implement Jewish and secular service-learning programs and intergenerational volunteer activities for schools and youth organizations.
Supervise the DOROT Card-Making Program
Send resume and cover letter to: RZinger@dorotusa.org
Date POSTED: March 13, 2013
POSITION: Secondary Teacher- Sunshine's Alternative Education program- Part time - hours may include Monday - Friday 8:30 to 12:300 approx.
DETAILS: The program aims to work intensely with high-risk youth who have been or are in danger of being suspended from school for violence or substance abuse or may be re-entering the community after incarceration or substance abuse treatment. This program provides prevention-focused services in a variety of areas that aims to prepare these youth with new tools and skills to help them succeed academically and socially. This program aims to teach these youth to take responsibility for their own actions, and empower them to make better choices for their future.
Fax your resume to (631-476-7680) Sunshine is located at 468 Boyle Road in Port Jefferson Station. Our phone number is 476-3099. You can learn more about Sunshine Alternative Education and Prevention Center at www.sunshinepreventionctr.org.
DATE POSTED: March 11, 2013
POSITION: Executive Director - United Jewish Council - NYC - Full Time
DETAILS: Oversees implementation of all Council programs and ensures adherence to guidelines and objectives of programs as delineated by funding agencies
Cover letter and resume should be emailed to Lisa Gaon, Lgaon@metcouncil.org.
POSITION: Clinical Social Worker - ADULT OUTPATIENT PSYCHIATRY CLINIC - NYC- Full Time
DETAILS: Social worker performs intakes, individual, family, group psychotherapy, and crisis intervention for psychiatric outpatients in a hospital-based mental health clinic. L.M.S.W. or L.C.S.W. or L.C.S.W eligibility with some mental health experience, either in placement or job.
Send, fax, or email resume to: Milagros Gonzales, LCSW, Program Manager, North Division of Montefiore Mental Health Program,
4401 Bronx Boulevard, Bronx, New York, 10470.
Email: email@example.com. Fax: (718)304-7065.
POSITION: Summer intern - TORCH -Monday through Friday 9:30am-5:30pm, applicants interested in a part time commitment are also encouraged to apply. This position is unpaid. We will help secure academic credit if applicable.
DETAILS: Plan and implement daily activities for the TORCH Summer Leadership Institute. Help develop and organize resource materials for Peer Leaders. Assist with program evaluation efforts. Track outreach efforts and their results. Mentor TORCH peer leadership positions. Work as a part of the TORCH team. Travel to workshop locations to observe Peer Leader workshops. Assist TORCH Program staff with other tasks as necessary.
Please email a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please indicate the position you are applying for. If applying for more than one, please list your first choice.
DATE POSTED: February 28, 2013
POSITION: Bilingual Clinician - Child Guidance Center - Southern CT - Full Time
DETAILS: Receive and triage the majority of callers seeking services, completing documentation of relevant information, ensuring assignment to proper program and timely scheduling of intake appointments. Supporting families in attending appointments via reminder telephone calls, assisting with transportation arrangements, and rescheduling as needed. Completing documentation to close cases that discontinue prior to or immediately after intake. Scheduling initial therapy appointments for clinical staff and trainees. Ensuring adherence to best practices as well as internal and external regulatory requirements. Bachelor's Degree, preferably with a mental health related major. Minimum 1 year relevant experience including work in a mental health setting. English and Spanish fluency required; bicultural candidates with Haitian Creole fluency, or fluency in another language widely spoken in our community.
Resume and cover letter required. Letter should indicate:
Email to email@example.com or mail to, DM, Child Guidance Center of Southern Connecticut, 196 Grey Rock Place/ Stamford, CT 06901 / FAX: 203-353-1524
POSITION: Case Worker - Met Council - NYC - Full Time
DETAILS: Outreach to those impacted, who may need longer-term assistance. Travel to client locations to assess needs and provide assistance. Provide crisis intervention and emergency services as needed. Utilize knowledge of government and community resources available. Provide assistance to clients in obtaining a range of services, including financial assistance, public benefits, home repairs and counseling. Determine eligibility, develop and implement recovery plans, and monitor progress. Advocate on clients' behalf with service and benefit providers. Provide follow-up to facilitate survivors' self-sufficiency. Ability to travel to and within impacted and storm impacted areas of Brooklyn and Queens - and safely navigate damaged properties. Ability to carry a laptop computer and printer/scanner and climb several flights of stairs to clients' homes when necessary. A minimum of a Bachelor's Degree. At least two years experience providing social services to clients in direct service setting; familiarity with disaster benefits or resources preferred. Language Skills in Hebrew, Yiddish, Russian, and Spanish desirable.
Send a cover letter and resumes or requests for information to:Disasterjobs@metcouncil.org
DATE POSTED: February 27, 2013
POSITION: Lead Family Support Worker - Hunts Point Alliance for Children - Bronx, NY - Full Time
DETAILS: Plan and implement peer support groups, parenting workshops, community outings for enrolled families, and organize community volunteer opportunities. Develop and maintain relationships within a network of multi-disciplinary human service organizations for the purposes of information exchange and referrals in the broader community. Provide short term counseling for families and students in crisis or in need of safe space while connecting with long-term clinical provider. Recruit and supervise MSW interns. Must have LMSW and Bilingual (English/Spanish) required. SIFI certification desirable along with supervisory experience.
Send resume and cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org Attn: Jill Roche, Executive Director
POSITION: School Social Worker - Central Queens Y - NYC - Full Time
DETAILS: Provide individual and group counseling to program participants. Provide academic advisement and tutoring to students in program. Develop and implement mental, emotional, educational and programmatic goals in collaboration with the participant and follow up throughout the duration of their involvement in program. Provide attendance outreach to students to assist them in improving attendance from previous year. Administer home visits to program participants. Maintain ongoing communication and outreach with student's families throughout the school year. Complete intake assessments and educational action achievement plans with students. Ability to travel to multiple service sites within the division and homes of program participants for home visits.
An LMSW or Master's degree in Counseling/Psychology. Experience providing high quality youth and adolescent supportive and education programming for two (2) or more years. Bi-lingual English/Spanish speaking strongly preferred.
Please email a cover letter and résumé to email@example.com. Please indicate "School Social Worker" in subject of email.
POSITION: Psychotherapist - Child Guidance Center - Southern CT - Full Time
DETAILS: Conducting comprehensive, crisis assessments with a diagnoses, clinical
formulation, and crisis plan. Providing psychotherapeutic parent, child and family interventions. Participating in clinical supervision. Participating in interdisciplinary treatment planning team meetings. Maintaining positive collaborative relationships with referral sources and key community providers.
Master's in social work, counseling, MFT, or other license track mental health profession required. Minimum one year experience providing clinical assessments and psychotherapy with children, adolescents and families required. Verbal fluency in Spanish and English, and the ability to complete clinical assessments and other documentation in English required
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: February 25, 2013
POSITION: Clinician - Mental Health Assoc. - Valley Cottage, NY - Full Time
DETAILS: Responsible for individual and group therapy for culturally diverse child, young adult, and adult family populations. Completion of psychosocial assessments with prospective clients. Provide delivery of substance abuse services including case management services.
Masters degree in mental health field. Experience working with diverse population. Position will require some evening hours.
Mental Health Association of Rockland County Inc.
DATE POSTED: February 15, 2013
POSITION: Activity Specialist - Mental Health Assoc. - Rockland County, NY - Part Time
DETAILS: Works directly with children and youth in the Rockland County School Districts to identify their strengths and skills to improve school attendance, advance student participation and reduce the dropout rate. Plan and implement scheduled activities with elementary, middle and high school students. Facilitate and lead classroom activities for students on various topics.
Bachelor's degree in recreation or education. Have the ability to work with children and youth of diverse backgrounds.
Mental Health Association of Rockland County, Inc.
POSITION: Forensic Social Worker- The Legal Aid Society - NYC - Full Time
DETAILS: This position offers a unique opportunity to combine clinical/assessment skills; concrete service provision; knowledge of the educational, child welfare and juvenile justice systems; planned, short term intervention and advocacy.
An MSW degree and prior experience in child welfare or juvenile justice are required; ability to speak Spanish, preferred. Once on staff, NYS licensure in social work is required within 2 years. On job training provided. Starting salary is $47,738.
The Legal Aid Society
Juvenile Services Unit
199 Water Street, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10038
Attn: Nanette Schrandt
DATE POSTED: February 12, 2013
POSITION: Clinician - Mental Health Association of Rockland County - Valley Cottage, NY - Part Time
DETAILS: On weekday evening once a month addresses the mental health needs of family and friends recovering from the loss of a loved one to suicide. Facilitate support groups, follow up with phone calls, maintain records of those who attend the meeting and perform additional duties as assigned. Masters degree in mental health field or equivalent. Strong written, verbal, and organizational skills needed. Experience working with individuals and groups who were grieving preferred. Experience working with a diverse population.
Mental Health Association- Human Resources
(845)267-2169 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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