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The Legal Aid Society Job Postings

 

 

DATE POSTED: June 12, 2019

ORGANIZATION:  Mental Health Providers of Western Queens, Inc.

JOB TITLE:   Clinical Site Coordinator – School Based Services

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Oversight and coordination of school based mental health programs in at least 2 Queens schools
  • Maintain good relations with schools through regular on site contact with school staff
  • Attend and arrange coverage of school activities such as: PTA, Parent/Teacher nights, Back to school events
  • Collect referrals and intakes from all assigned schools. Follow up on referrals and intakes
  • Provide on-site individual, family, and group psychotherapy as well as crisis intervention
  • Oversee therapists in assigned schools by conducting site trainings; ensure therapists are informed of the school policies, procedures, and schedules; assist with patient scheduling and other logistical issues that therapist may have

Ideal candidate would be able to work in a fast-paced environment. Must have experience working in a school setting. 
Bilingual: English/Spanish required 
Excellent benefits including health and dental insurance. Salary based on experience.

If interested, please submit resume to: Fay.Radding@mhpwq.org

 

 

DATE POSTED: June 12, 2019

ORGANIZATION:  The Donald Berman Chai Lifeline Canada

JOB TITLE:   Family Case Worker, Internship

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • The implementation of Chai Lifeline Canada’ various localized programs including but not limited to hospital visits, home visits, counseling services, attending family events.
  • Maintaining regular contact with the families on your caseload while covering for other case managers when they are away.
  • The generating of reports which summarize, evaluate and elaborate on all pertinent details related to weekly services provided.
  • Involvement in monthly events, support group and volunteer debriefing
  • Attendance and supervisory role at our weekly after school program from 4-6:30pm on Tuesdays.
  • Liaising with outside resources on behalf of families at Chai Lifeline

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Currently enrolled in or recent graduate (2019) of a BSW or MSW Program
  • Is outgoing and charismatic and is driven to help others
  • Has excellent interpersonal, communication and organizational skills
  • Has ability to work with culturally and religiously diverse clients and families
  • Has ability to take initiative and work independently and within an interdisciplinary team
  • Can multi- task, time mange well and work efficiently under pressure
  • Has computer proficiency in word processing, spreadsheets, email and other communications, as well as database management
  • Has some knowledge and appreciation of Chai Lifeline programs and services- direct experience would be an asset
  • Is comfortable being in hospitals and interacting with children and parents who have serious illnesses
  • Has the ability to maintain confidentiality and privacy of clients and their families
  • Experience with grief and bereavement would be an asset
  • Has access to a vehicle

If interested, please submit resume to: adinas@chailifeline.org

 

 

DATE POSTED: June 12, 2019

ORGANIZATION:  The Donald Berman Chai Lifeline Canada

JOB TITLE:   Family Case Worker

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • The implementation of Chai Lifeline Canada’ various localized programs including but not limited to hospital visits, home visits, counseling services, attending family events.
  • Maintaining regular contact with the families on your caseload while covering for other case managers when they are away.
  • The generating of reports which summarize, evaluate and elaborate on all pertinent details related to weekly services provided.
  • Involvement in monthly events, support group and volunteer debriefing
  • Attendance and supervisory role at our weekly after school program from 4-6:30pm on Tuesdays.
  • Liaising with outside resources on behalf of families at Chai Lifeline

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Possess an BSW, MSW or RSW Designation and be in good standing with the governing College
  • Is outgoing and charismatic and is driven to help others
  • Has excellent interpersonal, communication and organizational skills
  • Has ability to work with culturally and religiously diverse clients and families
  • Has ability to take initiative and work independently and within an interdisciplinary team
  • Can multi- task, time mange well and work efficiently under pressure
  • Has computer proficiency in word processing, spreadsheets, email and other communications, as well as database management
  • Has some knowledge and appreciation of Chai Lifeline programs and services- direct experience would be an asset
  • Is comfortable being in hospitals and interacting with children and parents who have serious illnesses
  • Has the ability to maintain confidentiality and privacy of clients and their families
  • Experience with grief and bereavement would be an asset
  • Social Work experience and or certification
  • Has access to a vehicle

If interested, please submit resume to: adinas@chailifeline.org

 

 

DATE POSTED: June 19, 2019

ORGANIZATION:  The Met Council

JOB TITLE:   Holocaust Survivor Social Worker

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Perform Case Management services to include assisting clients with financial assistance, applying for benefits, housing, information and referral, end of life planning and other services all using a trauma-informed patient-centered practice model.
  • Conduct client intakes in the home, main office, and at satellite locations.
  • Maintain cultural sensitivity and ask question when they are unknowledgeable.
  • Develop and organize socialization events.
  • Work effectively with partner agencies as well as other organizations that provide assistance to Holocaust Survivors.
  • Complete applications for assistance, maintain appropriate paperwork, and database input (i.e. AWARDS).
  • Enter client notes in a timely fashion, according to program and agency guidelines.
  • Participate in weekly supervision and monthly departmental meetings.
  • Collaborate and work effectively as a team with other program workers.
  • Provide program presentations to agencies.
  • Demonstrate cultural sensitivity.
  • Manage a large case load.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • MSW, LMSW or LCSW - SIFI eligible preferred.
  • Experience with geriatric Social Work preferred.
  • Russian speaking required.
  • PC literate with working knowledge of Word and other software programs
  • Required Constantly: Walking, sitting, grasping, bending, stooping, squatting, computer input, finger dexterity and coordination of hand, eye and foot.
  • Required Frequently: Standing and climbing stairs; carrying laptop & files (approx. 8-10 lbs).
  • Required Occasionally: Reaching above the shoulder, and lifting 5-25 pounds, pushing and pulling.
  • Travel throughout 5 boroughs via public transportation.

If interested, visit the website at: https://www.metcouncil.org/

 

 

DATE POSTED: June 20, 2019

ORGANIZATION:  Mental Health Association of Rockland County

JOB TITLE:   Drivers/Part-Time and/or Relief

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

Transport consumers to and from programs and various locations as directed. Duties include but are not limited to: monitor consumers while in transit; maintain attendance, maintenance and mileage logs; and perform ongoing maintenance checks.

 REQUIREMENTS:

Valid Commercial Driver’s (CDL) Class B or C with a P endorsement and 19A certification preferred (training available). Must comply with all OMH, other licensing entities, agency insurance company and 19A regulations regarding background checks and recertifications. Minimal vehicle maintenance skills a plus. Experience with diverse populations recovering from mental illness and chemical addiction preferred.

If interested, please submit resume to:
Human Resources
Mental Health Association of Rockland County, Inc.
140 Route 303
Valley Cottage, NY 10989
Fax#: (845) 268-3461
Email: careers@mharockland.org

 

 

DATE POSTED: July 1, 2019

ORGANIZATION:  Mental Health Association of Rockland County

JOB TITLE:   Professional Clinician(s)/Substance Use Disorders

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

Responsible for the provision of individual and group therapy for culturally diverse child, young adult and family populations, as well as the completion of psychosocial assessments with prospective clients. Provide delivery of substance use disorders services including case management services, comply with OASAS and program requirements for accurate and timely documentation, prepare and implement individual treatment plans and perform additional duties as assigned.

 REQUIREMENTS:

Experience working with individuals with chemical addictions. CASAC or Qualified Health Professional (QHP) preferred. Master’s degree in mental health field, eg: Social Work, Rehabilitation Counselor, Psychology, Counseling or equivalent. Experience working with a diverse population. Strong written, verbal, and organizational skills needed. Valid driver’s license required. Position will require some evening hours.

 If interested, please submit resume by 7/9/19 to:
Human Resources 
Mental Health Association of Rockland County, Inc. 
140 Route 303 
Valley Cottage, NY 10989 
Fax#: (845) 268-3461 
Email: careers@mharockland.org 

 

 

DATE POSTED: July 15, 2019

ORGANIZATION:  Strivright/Auditory Oral School of NY

TWO POSITIONS AVAILABLE

JOB TITLE:   Service Coordinator

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:  We are looking for a mature person, with a passion for helping families. Someone who wants to make a difference in children’s lives.   Strivright has always been praised for the service coordination department, because we have people who care.  The right person will have paperwork and writing skills, have staying power, and good organizational skills.  Basic computer skills needed, (training provided in the specific program used)  and by EI regulation, a BA in psychology or human services is a requirement.  It is a friendly atmosphere, everyone helps each other, and there is strong support, ongoing training and team work. 

JOB TITLE:   Service Coordinator Assistant

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:  We are looking for someone organized who can handle multiple tasks, is computer savvy, can take direction and has good people and phone skills.   To work with a team of service coordinators in a warm and friendly environment, to help with scheduling, sending out paperwork, some filing, scanning, and other office tasks.  No degree requirements, just someone who wants to be part of a dynamic team of caring people. 

Please email resume to
resumes@strivright.org

 

 

DATE POSTED: July 15, 2019

ORGANIZATION:  Latino Social Work Task Force

Latino Social Work Task Force Postion Announcements [PDF]


CONTACT:   
Candida Hierro
Human Resource Director
Puerto Rican Family Institute (PRFI)
145 West 15th Street
New York, New York 10011 
Tel: (212) 924 - 6320  ext.1837
Mobile: (917) 816 – 3498
Fax: 646-306-0513
Email: chierro@prfi.org

 



DATE POSTED: July 15, 2019

ORGANIZATION:  Homes for the Homeless-Prospect Family Residence

HFM Client Care Coordinator Job Description.[PDF]


CONTACT:
Joan Schifaudo,LCSW
Homes for the Homeless-Prospect Family Residence
730 Kelly Street
Bronx, NY 10455
(T) (718) 617-6100 x4026
e-mail: JSchifaudo@hfhnyc.org

 



 

DATE POSTED: July 15, 2019

ORGANIZATION: Housing Conservation Coordinators

JOB TITLE:   Tenant Advocate/Case Manager

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:  

Housing Conservation Coordinators, Inc. (HCC) is a 47-year-old community-based, not-for-profit organization anchored in the Hell's Kitchen / Clinton neighborhood of Manhattan's west side. We are dedicated to advancing social and economic justice and fighting for the rights of poor, low-income and working individuals and families. With a primary focus on strengthening and preserving affordable housing, we seek to promote a vibrant and diverse community with the power to shape its own future.

Each year HCC assists more than 4,000 residents resolve housing-related problems through our core programs: legal services, tenant & community organizing, and weatherization assistance.

Housing Conservation Coordinators (HCC) seeks a Tenant Advocate/Case Manager to join a dedicated team of staff attorneys and tenant organizers and advocates working directly with clients providing case management and pre-litigation counseling in order to assist in their legal cases or to provide support to avoid litigation.  The Tenant Advocate/Case Manager will be responsible for their own case load and will be supervised by a Supervising Attorney.  Although responsible for their own cases, they will be advising attorneys and organizers on handling clients who are need of supportive services and make appropriate referrals.

Full-Time - Reports to Supervising Attorney

  1. Advocates on behalf of individual tenants and families on landlord/tenant, housing, shelter and benefits matters assigned by Management. 
  2. Partners with other members of the legal program staff as requested; duties may include but are not limited to:       
    1. Advocates for tenants with landlords and governmental agencies;
    2. Engages in landlord/tenant negotiations and correspondence;
    3. Provides advocacy and/or, under supervision of an attorney, brief advice on housing court matters;
    4. Disseminates tenants’ rights information; and
    5. Provides crisis intervention, and referrals.
  3. Works with the Legal Team to develop reasonable programmatic goals for client assistance to fulfill the mission of the organization.
  4. Develops and implements case plans to provide a full range of social services for older adult clients including information about health, welfare, education and recreation services available to serve the client.
  5. Screens client eligibility and applications for appropriate benefits and entitlements and arranges for direct provision of services including Medicare, Medicaid, emergency cash relief, housing, protective services, home health aide, and public assistance
  6. Contract Reporting: Complete all necessary work for contract agencies and/or foundations, including maintaining accurate database entries including but not limited to client notes.
  7. Conducts intake as needed on a rotating basis with other members of the legal and organizing component to advise and assist residents with housing-related problems and supportive services on and off site.
  8. Attends relevant trainings identified by Management.
  9. Provides trainings with HCC staff, and outside providers; prepare and conduct trainings for colleagues as requested.
  10. Other related duties as requested. 

Qualifications:

  • Demonstrated commitment to social justice and commitment to working with low income clients
  • Experience working with the older adults and/or people with mental health challenges 
  • Deep understanding of and ability to work well with people of diverse backgrounds
  • Preference for knowledge of or experience in housing justice and housing law
  • Thrives in a work environment that employs a team approach
  • Excellent written, oral and interpersonal skills
  • Experience and/or education in social work or other human services field preferred.  MSW a plus
  • Bi-lingual English/Spanish preferred

Work Hours

The standard work hours for the Tenant Advocate/Case Manager are between the hours of 9:00 am and 6:00 pm, except where deadlines, workload and /or tenant meetings require modification of those hours.

Performance Appraisal

Performance by the Tenant Advocate/Case Manager of the job responsibilities listed above will be evaluated by the Annual Performance Appraisal.

Salary

Salary and benefits pursuant to Collective Bargaining Agreement.

How to apply

Please submit cover letter and resume by July 20, 2019 to mfox@hcc-nyc.org. Insert “Tenant Advocate/Case Manager Applicant – (your name)” in the subject field.  Applications will be reviewed and interviews scheduled on a rolling basis. 

HCC is an equal opportunity employer and values a diverse workforce. Women, people of color, gays and lesbians, transgender people, veterans and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

 



 

DATE POSTED: July 16, 2019

ORGANIZATION:  Mental Health Association of Rockland County

PROS Professional Clinician [PDF]

 

CONTACT:
Mental Health Association of Rockland County, Inc.
Attention:  Human Resources
140 route 303
Valley Cottage, NY 10989
Fax # 845-268-3461
E-Mail:  careers@mharockland.org
Website:  mharockland.org

 

 

 

 

Posting End Date: 7/16/19