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     ***As a service to students and alumni please find below job postings in the social work field for the last 30 days. Wurzweiler School of Social Work and Yeshiva University are not responsible or liable for accuracy or currency of information posted nor claim any formal affiliation with any person and/or entity listed or affiliated with person/entity listed. These postings are for the convenience of visitors to this webpage only. 

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Were you hired for a job you found on Wurzweiler's Job Board? If so, please let us know by contacting socialwork@yu.edu

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!

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CURRENT JOBS

DATE POSTED: February 24, 2017
JOB TITLE:
Social Worker
Department:  Family Services- Preventive Services
Reports to: Social Work Supervisor
Location:  400 Liberty Avenue (ENYFC) or 20 New York Avenue (BSFC)
Hours:  Full Time

RESPONSIBILITIES: In BCS’s Preventive Services program, Social Workers provide supportive services to families who have been identified by the child welfare system as being at-risk for child abuse and/or neglect or repeat child maltreatment.  Social Workers assists parents/caregivers in addressing any barriers to their children’s health, safety, and well-being, so that families can stabilize, strengthen, and reduce the need for future involvement with the child welfare system.   Social Worker’s primary responsibilities are to make safety-focused assessments of child and family functioning, develop intervention plans, and help families activate change in their situations.  Training and supervision in Structural Family Therapy (SFT) is provided regularly so that all work reflects SFT’s commitment to help families build their capacity for higher functioning and greater self-sufficiency.

  • Provides supportive services (includes family therapy, client advocacy, parent coaching, service coordination, and case management) to a caseload of 10 families, at least weekly
  • Conduct regular home visits to assess the safety of the home environment and conduct other necessary home visits
  • Assesses and addresses any safety/risk concerns related to children’s health, safety, and/or well-being; develops safety and intervention plans accordingly
  • Provides outreach to potential clients and collaborates with ACS to successfully engage families
  • Provides advocacy to clients (off-site) to address any barriers to service access/use
  • Documents all casework activity into city and state reporting systems (PROMIS, CONNECTIONS), maintaining compliance with all mandates and deadlines set by the child welfare system, as well as program protocols and procedures
  • Actively participates in all staff trainings and unit meetings
  • Participates in live and taped observation of family sessions, receiving (and sometimes giving) direct and constructive feedback from both Supervisory Staff and peers
  • Facilitates/co-facilitates (with SW Supervisor) family conferences
  • Collaborates and advocates with ACS and other service providers, as needed, to address barriers or challenges related to assessment, service coordination or planning, and/or crisis intervention
  • Attends ACS conferences, providing intervention and/or advocacy to the family, as needed
  • Works 2 late night evenings a week (until 8 pm)
  • Other tasks as may be required

MINIMUM EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: Master’s degree in Social Work, Mental Health Counseling, or Marriage and Family Therapy , Previous work experience in a helping role with children, teens, parents, or families, Strong interest and commitment to learn Structural Family Therapy work from a systemically- oriented perspective
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Email cover letter and resume to: careers@wearebcs.org In reference line write: Social Worker

 

DATE POSTED:  February 17, 2017
JOB TITLE:  Staff Generalist
HOURS:  Full Time
RESPONSIBILITIES:  Work with consumer led community of adults with mental health conditions, where members and staff jointly plan vocational, educational and social activities that develop skills and promote rehabilitation.  Foster recovery, community integration, and psychiatric stabilization. Participate in regular meetings and encourage input for shared decision making and program improvements.
Maintain enthusiasm, commitment and belief in the Clubhouse model.
Work with members around food preparation, maintenance, and recreational socialization, with a primary focus in the kitchen and maintenance areas.
Monitor activities including unit management, case management, and Transitional Employment site management as needed. Generate member interest in participation in the work ordered day.
Participate in maintaining the cleanliness and upkeep of the Clubhouse environment, along with other staff and members. 
Ensure all food purchases and preparations are within the Department of Health food guidelines.
Maintain effective communication with outside food and maintenance vendors.
Assist members in obtaining entitlement benefits, psychiatric and medical treatment, and in utilizing other community resources, as needed.
Help members to identify and use community resources that promote their well-being, independence, satisfaction and self-sufficiency.
Maintain an active caseload and provide extensive case management to members and document all case management related activities in progress notes. 
Take leadership role in ensuring positive outcomes in members’ lives.  Liaise with each unit to ensure all needs of members and the clubhouse are addressed.   
Represent program and BCS to other organizations and the community at large.
Position requires some evening, Saturday and holiday coverage.
REQUIRED EDUCATIONS:  BA in Human Services field required. Experience with mental health population preferred. Food Protection Certificate preferred. Candidates seeking higher education encouraged to apply.  Excellent judgment, organizational, and interpersonal skills are required.  Good writing and oral communication skills. Fingerprinting and criminal background check required.
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:  Email cover letter and resume to Katrina Grant, Director, at kgrant@wearebcs.org

 

DATE POSTED: February 15, 2017
JOB TITLE: Counselor ‐ Full Time
RESPONSIBILITIES: screen and assess older adults and provide evidence‐based psychotherapy in senior centers. In addition, the Clinician will provide community talks and information about mental health in older adults to community partner agencies. This is a full time position with most activities taking place in Brooklyn NY
Conducts assessments of older adults and input data in computerized system.
Provides clinical diagnostic evaluation using SCID interview.
Provides feedback to the individual and makes referrals to community based services.
Delivers brief and longer term psychotherapy in a senior center setting.
Clinicians will also receive specialized training and will need to become certified in the delivery of brief,evidence‐based psychotherapy. Training and supervision will be provided by a clinical psychologist at Weill Cornell Medical College.
Attend and participate in community meetings as needed
Track activities using computerized system
MINIMUM EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: LCSW, or Ph.D. Psychologist
OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Experience with community activities or outreach.
Prior experience working with an aging population is preferred.
Bilingual Spanish and English
REQUIRED LICENSE AND CERTIFICATION: New York State license in social work (LCSW) or psychology
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Send a cover letter and resume to Dr. Jo Anne Sirey at jsirey@med.cornell.edu

 

DATE POSTED: February 15, 2017
Looking for a meaningful internship opportunity this summer? Sharsheret, a fast-paced national breast cancer organization supporting Jewish women and families facing breast cancer and ovarian cancer, is looking for bright and hardworking college and graduate school students for two full-time summer internships in our Teaneck, NJ office and one full-time internship in our Hollywood, FL office. Interns will contribute to Sharsheret’s core programs supporting young Jewish women and families facing breast cancer and ovarian cancer. These internships are made possible with support from the Stephanie Sussman and Ann Nadrich Memorial Fund, the Sema Heller-Netivot Shalom Scholarship Fund, and Philip H. and Suzi Rudd Cohen.
MINIMUM EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: College or graduate school student
OTHER REQUIREMENTS:
Excellent computer skills
Ability to manage multiple tasks in fast-paced environment
Passion for issues related to breast cancer, ovarian cancer, and women’s health
Assist in the development of Sharsheret’s programs for women and families facing breast cancer and ovarian cancer
Coordinate mailings to health care professionals and Jewish organizations
Assist in the planning of Sharsheret’s college campus campaigns and races
Coordinate outreach for breast cancer and ovarian cancer awareness programs
Research and data entry
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Send resume and cover letter to internship@sharsheret.org by February 28th and include a schedule of availability for interviews in March.  Stipend is provided

 

DATE POSTED:February 8, 2017

JOB TITLE: PART TIME AND FULL TIME CLINICAL POSITIONS: BSW, MSW, LMSW, CMSW, LMHC, Ph.D. and Psy. D. 

RESPONSIBILITIES: conduct evaluations and providing therapeutic services to individuals of all ages diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders and Intellectual Disabilities in our Manhattan or Brooklyn offices, or in home/community settings in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens. Supervision provided.

Therapeutic services will include but not be limited to individual, family, and group sessions to address behavioral and social emotional concerns.
Work 1:1, with small groups and family member
Develop, monitor and assess treatment plan
Document and communicate treatment results and individuals’ progress to relevant parties
Conduct psychosocial and psychological evaluation
Work effectively with our team of  multi-disciplinary service providers

OTHER REQUIREMENTS:  Experience with individuals with Developmental Disabilities and their families preferred
Ability to build rapport with individuals and families
Passion to help and motivate others
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Availability to complete annual OPWDD training
Attention to detail and good organizational skills required.
Bilingual Mandarin, Cantonese, Spanish preferred.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Please provide resume and a sample report or writing sample to: HR@caresnyc.org

 

DATE POSTED:  February 2, 2017
JOB TITLE:
Project Director - NORC
RESPONSIBILITIES: 
Provides overall direction and administration of all programs and services at the NORC and supervises the procedure followed by staff to implement the programs and services including: social work services, program development and implementations, volunteer services, purchasing and inventory of office equipment/supplies.
Functions as agency liaison to community, individuals, and organizations and to NORC partners.
Monitors and manages site budgets.
Develops in-service training programs for staff and volunteers.
Prepares grant proposals.
Supervises students from schools of social work.
Assumes direct leadership of groups.
Maintains records and statistics.
Orders program supplies and materials, maintains inventory, may supervise us or equipment and facilities.
Works with funding source personnel.
Attends community and agency meetings.
MINIMUM EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:
Depending on location, either a graduate of an accredited school of social work with M.S.W. or equivalent Masters-level degree, or graduate of an accredited school with a BA or equivalent degree with relevant fieldwork experience.
OTHER REQUIREMENTS
Two years of related social work experience or its equivalent, preferred.
Excellent writing and record keeping skills.
Ability to read, write, speak, and understand English.
An understanding and appreciation of the roles of race, religion, ethnicity, sexual preference, and individual values have as they relate to serving clients and families.
Evenings and/or weekends as assigned by District Director or designee
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Email résumé and cover letter to: jobs@jasa.org

JOB TITLE:Bilingual Clinical Supervisor - Bronx GMHOS
RESPONSIBILITIES: 

• Clinically supervise up to 5 MSW and BA-level social work staff, and other community aides, Title V workers, homemakers, home heath aides interns and volunteers, etc.
• Provide field instruction to undergraduate or graduate students in social work or other disciplines as assigned.
• Participate with medical, psychiatric, nursing and social services staff in the process of interdisciplinary team assessment of the mental heath, social and emotional needs of older adult client(s) and their families.
• Administer Mental Status Examinations to older clients so as to screen for possible disorders and impairments requiring mental heath services. 
• Participate in interdisciplinary team conferences, reviewing treatment and case plans, case monitoring and discharge planning, pursuant to sound professional practice to federal, state, and city guidelines.
• Responsible for the provision of the full range of psychiatric social services to a specialized borough-wide caseload of psychiatrically impaired older adult clients(s) and their families, including:

  • In the capacity of Primary Therapist, to develop, implement, monitor and document treatment plans, coordinating the activities of JASA staff and related personnel and involved agencies in the management of that plan
  • To provide individual and family psychotherapy in the resolution of problems of the client(s) and family.
  • To provide appropriate information to clients and collaterals regarding the normal physical, social and psychological development of individuals, challenges to functioning presented by conditions of impairment, disease, social stress and dysfunction and gero-psychiatric disorders; and way so coping and preserving individual functioning and autonomy.
  • To provide specific information about health, welfare, education and recreation services available to serve the older client, with particular reference to resources for gero-psychiatric clients.
  • To arrange for direct provision of special services such as homemaker, home health aide, public assistance, Medicare, Medicaid, emergency cash relief, legal aid, vocational placement, medical and psychiatric examination and therapy housing, etc.
  • To evaluate clients’ capacity to manage their own affairs and protect themselves from financial exploitation. To assist in securing needed and legitimate financial management or guardianship arrangements. Disbursement of monies as issued through JASA relief funds or client financial management services, to secure needed goods and services for older clients.
  • As appropriate, make referrals to and maintain cooperative relationships with public and voluntary agencies, program, services and facilities.

• Under psychiatric supervision, conducts group psychotherapy services for clients and families. 
• Participate and provide leadership in staff committees, program planning and conferences and meetings.
• Represents the agency at community conferences and meetings.
• Accurately completes required case records, reports and statistics.
• Performs other duties as assigned.
MINIMUM EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:
Graduate of an accredited School of Social Work with MSW degree and clinical concentration.
• At least three years of Social Work experience in geriatric and/or psychiatric setting
• New York State Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), active or pending.
• Possess an NPI number.
• Possess a Medicare Provider Number.
• Ability to read, write, speak and understand English and Spanish.
• Good writing/record keeping skills.

• Must be computer literate, including the ability to learn and use program-specific software, and internet savvy.
• Ability to travel to clients’ homes using mass transit and to negotiate any steps and barriers in clients’ residences.
• Knowledge of Yiddish/Russian/Polish may be helpful.
• Understanding and appreciation of the roles of race, relating, ethnicity, sexual preference and individuals values as they relate to serving clients and families.
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:
Email résumé and cover letter to: jobs@jasa.org. Indicate Bilingual Clinical Supervisor - Bronx GMHOS - Bronx in subject line.
—Or—
Mail to: JASA 
Human Resources Department
247 West 37 Street – Ninth Floor
New York, NY 10018

 

JOB TITLE:Bilingual Social Worker IIIB - Bronx GMHOS
RESPONSIBILITIES: The provision of Mental Health Crisis Intervention, Social Casework and Therapeutic Services in Senior Center locations in the Bronx to a caseload of older persons with psychiatric disturbances, dysfunction, and/or impairment.

The psychiatric Social Worker will:

  • Utilze outreach strategies to engage older adults in mental health services in senior centers.
  • Provide evidence-based mental health interventions in both individual and group modalities.
  • Administer Mental Status Examinations to older clients so as to screen for possible disorders and impairments requiring mental health services.
  • Participate in interdisciplinary team conferences, reviewing treatment and case plans, case monitoring and discharge planning, pursuant to sound professional practice and to federal, state and city guidelines.
  • Responsible for the provision of the full range of psychiatric social services to an identfiied caseload of older adult clients who could benefit from mental health care including:
    • In the capacity of Primary Therapist to develop, implement, monitor and document treatment plans;
    • To provide individual and family psychotherapy in the resolution of problems of the client(s) and family;
    • To provide appropriate information to clients and collaterals regarding the normal physical, social and psychological development of individuals, challenges to functioning presented by conditions of impairment, disease, social stressesand dysfunction and gero-psychiatric disorders; and ways of coping and preserving individual functioning and autonomy;
    • To provide specific information about health, welfare, education and recreation services available to serve the older client, with particular reference to resources for gero-psychiatric patients; and
    • As appropriate, to make referrals to, and maintain cooperative relationships with public and voluntary agencies, programs, services and facilities;
  • Under psychiatric supervision, conduct group psychotherapy service for clients and families;
  • Participate in staff committees, program planning, conferences and meetings
  • Represents the agency at specific DFTA events and meetings as well as other community conferences and meetings
  • May expand to in-home visits to clients to evaluate client functioning, monitor risk, assess the status of current services, and update and revise the case plan; seeking appropriate guidance from the supervisor in situations requiring clarification and consultation.
  • Participates in training and unit meetings.
  • Completes required case records, reports and statistics within mandated timeframes, utilizing computers (Netsmart EHR, STARS, Microsoft excel, etc..)
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

  • Graduate of an Accredited College or University with a Master of Social Work and clinical concentration
  • New York State Certification in Social Work preferred.  LCSW Required
  • Ability to read, write, speak, and understand English and Spanish.
  • Good writing/record keeping skills.
  • Ability to travel to clients' homes using mass transit, and to negotiate any steps and barriers in clients' residences.
  • An understanding and appreciation of the roles of race, religion, ethnicity, sexual preference, and individual values have as they relate to serving clients and families.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Email résumé and cover letter to: jobs@jasa.org. Indicate Bilingual Social Worker IIIB - Bronx GMHOS - Bronx in subject line  OR Mail to: JASA 
Human Resources Department
247 West 37 Street – Ninth Floor
New York, NY 10018

 

DATE POSTED: February 1, 2017
JOB TITLE:
Day Habilitation Trainer
RESPONSIBILITIES:   Foster and engage individuals through a person centered approach.  Empower independence  through proactive training and practical experiences while involved in integrated activities in community.

  • Supervise a group of 4-6 Day Habilitation consumers as they participate in BCS sponsored activities on and off site.
  •  Ensure the group’s weekly activity sheet is adhered to, and that consumers exhibit appropriate social behavior during participation in the program.
  • Incorporate life and job, money management, and travel skills into group and volunteer activities and facilitate the consumer’s community integration.
  • Engage in person centered planning with the consumer, create an environment to foster personal empowerment, attend to the consumer’s personal care and needs as they arise, and assist the consumer in the development of independent living skills.
  • Complete  daily checklists, monthly summary notes, and semi-annual and annual plans.
  • Serve as the driver when taking consumers on a group outing in an agency van.
  • Attend to consumers’ personal care as the need arises.
  • Maintain contact with families as directed by supervisor. Coordinate with other BCS programs and departments as assigned by supervisor.
  • Encourage and motivate consumers to attend program on a daily basis.
  • Act as a role model to consumers by displaying appropriate work behavior
    Other tasks as may be required

MINIMUM EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:Must have excellent interpersonal and verbal communication skills.  Previous experience or knowledge of OPWDD programs.  Previous experience or knowledge of developmental disabled or mental health population. Must be computer literate and respond well to supervision and be a team player. Driver’s license without any violations is preferred.  This position requires fingerprinting and a criminal background check.
OTHER REQUIREMENTS: English/Spanish bi-lingual preferred.
REQUIRED EDUCATIONS: BA preferred in human services, psychology or sociology.
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: La’Kisha Brooks, lbrooks@wearebcs.org

 

DATE POSTED:  January 30, 2017
JOB TITLE:
Clinical Coordinator for Integrated Services
RESPONSIBILITIES: Flushing Hospital’s Department of Psychiatry and Addiction Services is recruiting for a clinically experienced, innovative, bilingual Spanish-speaking, LCSW who is interested in assuming a leadership position as Clinical Coordinator for Integrated Services in the Ambulatory Care Center. The Clinical Coordinator position involves providing behavioral health services in the Ambulatory Care Center and integrating these services with the physical health services provided by physicians, residents, nurses, and patient navigators.

We are looking for an innovative clinician who is motivated to take the lead in the transformation of behavioral and physical health care from volume based to value based in an ambulatory setting.
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Please e-mail a cover letter and CV to
Ira Frankel, PhD, LCSW, Administrator, Psychiatry and Addiction Services
IFrankel.Flushing@jhmc.org

 

DATE POSTED: January 19, 2017
JOB TITLE: Respite or Community Habilitation Direct Support Professional
RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provide 1:1 services at our center and in family’s home to children  ages 3 and up with Autism and other Developmental Delays
  • Services can be provided in Manhattan, Brooklyn or Queens
  • Flexible hours, hourly pay
  • Preferred age at least  18 years old
  • Bilingual speaking applicants a plus

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Please email Steven Miller smiller@caresnyc.org  or Taryn Roistacher troistacher@caresnyc.org or

 

DATE POSTED: January 10, 2017
JOB TITLE:
Social Worker
RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provide supportive services (includes family therapy, client advocacy, parent coaching, service coordination, and case management) to a caseload of 10 families, at least weekly
  • Assess and addresses any safety/risk concerns related to children’s health, safety, and/or well-being; develops safety and intervention plans accordingly
  • Provide outreach to potential clients and collaborates with ACS to successfully engage families
  • Make monthly home visits to assess the safety of the home environment
  • Provide advocacy to clients (off-site) to address any barriers to service access/use
  • Document all casework activity into city and state reporting systems (PROMIS, CONNECTIONS), maintaining compliance with all mandates and deadlines set by the child welfare system, as well as program protocols and procedures
  • Actively participates in all staff trainings and unit meetings
  • Participate in live and taped observation of family sessions, receiving (and sometimes giving) direct and constructive feedback from both Supervisory Staff and peers
  • Facilitate/co-facilitate (with SW Supervisor) family conferences
  • Collaborate and advocate with ACS and other service providers, as needed, to address barriers or challenges related to assessment, service coordination or planning, and/or crisis intervention
  • Attend ACS conferences, providing intervention and/or advocacy to the family, as needed
  • Work 2 late night evenings a week (until 8 pm)
    Other tasks as may be required

MINIMUM EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: Master’s degree in Social Work, Mental Health Counseling, or Marriage and Family Therapy, LMSW, Bilingual skills, previous work experience in child welfare and/or family therapy
OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Previous work experience in a helping role with children, teens, parents, or families

  • Strong interest and commitment to learn Structural Family Therapy work from a systemically- oriented perspective
  • Previous work experience in a helping role with children, teens, parents, or families
  • Willingness to participate in training and supervision methods that include live and taped observation (i.e. give and take constructive feedback)
  • Willingness and ability to do field work , including home visits in the community
  • Ability to be proactive, conscientious, and multi-task well.
  • Ability to stay organized, resourceful, and communicative in the face of stress and change.

REQUIRED LICENSE AND CERTIFICATION: LMSW
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Jennifer Murayama, Director of Family Services
jmurayama@wearebcs.org

 

DATE POSTED:  January 5, 2017
JOB TITLE:
Bilingual Social Worker IIIB - Bronx GMHOS
Status: DC1707 Union/Exempt/Full-Time or Part-Time
RESPONSIBILITIES:
The provision of Mental Health Crisis Intervention, Social Casework and Therapeutic Services in Senior Center locations in the Bronx to a caseload of older persons with psychiatric disturbances, dysfunction, and/or impairment.
The psychiatric Social Worker will:

  • Utilze outreach strategies to engage older adults in mental health services in senior centers.
  • Provide evidence-based mental health interventions in both individual and group modalities.
  • Administer Mental Status Examinations to older clients so as to screen for possible disorders and impairments requiring mental health services.
  • Participate in interdisciplinary team conferences, reviewing treatment and case plans, case monitoring and discharge planning, pursuant to sound professional practice and to federal, state and city guidelines.
  • Responsible for the provision of the full range of psychiatric social services to an identfiied caseload of older adult clients who could benefit from mental health care including:
    • In the capacity of Primary Therapist to develop, implement, monitor and document treatment plans;
    • To provide individual and family psychotherapy in the resolution of problems of the client(s) and family;
    • To provide appropriate information to clients and collaterals regarding the normal physical, social and psychological development of individuals, challenges to functioning presented by conditions of impairment, disease, social stressesand dysfunction and gero-psychiatric disorders; and ways of coping and preserving individual functioning and autonomy;
    • To provide specific information about health, welfare, education and recreation services available to serve the older client, with particular reference to resources for gero-psychiatric patients; and
    • As appropriate, to make referrals to, and maintain cooperative relationships with public and voluntary agencies, programs, services and facilities;
  • Under psychiatric supervision, conduct group psychotherapy service for clients and families;
  • Participate in staff committees, program planning, conferences and meetings
  • Represents the agency at specific DFTA events and meetings as well as other community conferences and meetings
  • May expand to in-home visits to clients to evaluate client functioning, monitor risk, assess the status of current services, and update and revise the case plan; seeking appropriate guidance from the supervisor in situations requiring clarification and consultation.
  • Participates in training and unit meetings.
  • Completes required case records, reports and statistics within mandated timeframes, utilizing computers (Netsmart EHR, STARS, Microsoft excel, etc..)
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

REQUIRED EDUCATIONS:

  • Graduate of an Accredited College or University with a Master of Social Work and clinical concentration
  • New York State Certification in Social Work preferred.  LCSW Required
  • Ability to read, write, speak, and understand English and Spanish.
  • Good writing/record keeping skills.
  • Ability to travel to clients' homes using mass transit, and to negotiate any steps and barriers in clients' residences.

An understanding and appreciation of the roles of race, religion, ethnicity, sexual preference, and individual values have as they relate to serving clients and families.
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:
Email résumé and cover letter to: jobs@jasa.org. Indicate Bilingual Social Worker IIIB - Bronx GMHOS - Bronx in subject line.
Mail to: JASA 
Human Resources Department
247 West 37 Street – Ninth Floor
New York, NY 10018
SUBJECT TO REVIEW FOR PURPOSES OF ADAAA

 

DATE POSTED:  January 3, 2016
JOB TITLE: Prevocational Counselor
RESPONSIBILITIES: Provide habilitation services to individuals with developmental disabilities, per their Habilitation Plan.

  • Carry a caseload of 19-25 consumers.
  • Provide consumers with travel training and safety training in the community.
  • Provide supervision at a community base training site.
  • Conduct individual and group counseling sessions.
  • Provide support and training in work behavior related areas.
  • Document face- to- face daily services.
  • Document monthly summary on consumer’s response.
  • Follow program and Medicaid documentation guidelines.
  • Develop and review the Prevocational Plan with consumer, MSC, Prevocational Trainer, family/advocate, and other service providers. 
  • Ensure required documentation is on file, e.g. ISP, NOD.
  • Submit documentation of services to Supervisor and to the Coordinator of Prevocational Services.
  • Help consumers develop employment skills, such as but not limited to interview taking, resume writing, and portfolio development. 
  • Connect and work with Job Developers to ensure placement for work ready consumers.
  • Other responsibilities as needed.

MINIMUM EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: BA degree in the Human Services or a related field required
OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Experience working with the developmentally disabled population and counseling skills required,   Good writing, communication skills, and
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Email cover letter and resume to: Elina Giuseffi egiuseffi@wearebcs.org

 

DATE POSTED:  January 3, 2017
JOB TITLE:
Administrative Assistant, Part Time
RESPONSIBILITIES: 

  • Perform general clerical duties to include but not limited to:
  • photocopying, faxing, mailing, distribution, and filing.
  • Keep track of the consumer hours.
  • Assist in distributing petty cash and Metrocards.
  • Create and modified documents using Microsoft Office.
  • Input and maintain demographic data in database.
  • Prepare billing for services.
  • Other responsibilities as needed.

MINIMUM EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: AA degree required
OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Computer literacy required, good writing, communication, and organizational skills.
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:  Email cover letter and resume to:
Elina Giuseffi
egiuseffi@wearebcs.org

 

DATE POSTED: January 3, 2017
JOB TITLE: Social Worker,
Bronx Lebanon Hospital Department of Family Medicine.
RESPONSIBILITIES: 

  • Provide mental health services including individual, group, and family therapy to a diverse caseload of adults and children.
  • Provide case management services
  • Provide crisis intervention
  • Participate in research activities

Partake in resident education curriculum and activities
OTHER REQUIREMENTS:

  • Excellent writing and verbal skills
  • Ability to multitask and prioritize
  • Ability to work in fast-paced hospital environment
  • Ability to work with multi-disciplinary team.
  • Interest in teaching Other

REQUIRED LICENSE AND CERTIFICATION: LMSW/LCSW
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:  Please email your resume to the attention of Dr. Amir Levine, alevine@bronxleb.org