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DATE POSTED:  February 6, 2019

ORGANIZATION:  Personal Service Unit of District 37

JOB TITLE:  Social Worker (2 positions)

POSITION SUMMARY:

Performs counseling, crisis intervention and provides social service information and referrals to public and private community agencies. Knowledge of group counseling and program development helpful.

 

EXAMPLES OF TYPICAL TASKS: 

1. Conducts initial assessments and provides referrals, as needed.

2. Performs short-termed individual and group counseling.

3. Works on special projects.

4. Provides advocacy and outreach to the community.

5. Facilitates crisis groups and program overviews in the field.

6. May provide task supervision to graduate social work interns and/or paraprofessional staff.

 

REQUIREMENTS:

1. MSW degree, along with LMSW license

2. Experience in the following areas helpful: 

  a) Alcoholism and Chemical Dependency

  b) Crisis Intervention

  c) Group work

  d) Information and referral experience

  e) Knowledge of Community Service

  f) Program Development

  g) Work with Disabled Adults

Ability to work with co-workers in a professional and non-confrontational manner.

 

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:  

Submit resume and cover letter to:

Personal Service Unit - District 37

Attn: Stephanie Kleinberg
125 Barclay Street

Administration - Room 313
New York, NY 10007

 

 

DATE POSTED:  February 6, 2019

ORGANIZATION:  Children’s Rights

JOB TITLE:  Policy Intern – Summer 2019

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Children’s Rights Policy Department seeks graduate-level Summer interns to assist with various research, policy analysis, and advocacy projects pertaining to child abuse and neglect, foster care, adoption, and child welfare system performance. Interns will have the opportunity to collect data, research and analyze key policy issues, and assist with the preparation of reports, articles and other written materials. The summer internship is 3-5 days per week; selection of days is flexible. It is a non-paid position.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Must be in graduate school (MSW, MPP, MPA or comparable graduate program)
  • Strong writing skills and attention to detail
  • Ability to work independently and as a member of a team
  • Proficiency in word processing, Excel and internet research
  • Some knowledge of statistics and statistical analysis

 APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:  

Please email resume and cover letter by 2/15/19 to: sreeves@childrensrights.org   Due to the high volume of submissions, only applicants of interest will be contacted. No telephone calls please

 

 

 

DATE POSTED:  February 6, 2019

ORGANIZATION:  YWCA Brooklyn

JOB TITLE:  Vice President for Programs

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Vice President of Programs is a full-time position overseeing all of the YWCA Brooklyn’s programs to advance gender equality and racial justice. The VP of Programs is responsible for program development, implementation, supervision, evaluation and reporting for the organizations community initiatives and programs focusing on the empowerment of women and girls, the elimination of racism, and the promotion of civic engagement to support equal representation for marginalized communities. This includes supportive services for over 300 low-income and formerly homeless survivors of domestic violence living in the YWCA Brooklyn’s permanent, affordable housing; college access and leadership for over 500 low-income girls of color; education and legal assistance for immigrant women; health and wellness programs for trauma survivors; economic empowerment programs; local, state and national policy and advocacy initiatives and a Social Justice Community Center serving over 100 nonprofit and civic organizations providing close to 1000 community events annually. This position oversees senior program directors and manages program contracts, budgets, compliance and funder relationships. The VP of Programs also oversees communications, social media, and volunteers, and provides support for program fund development.

REQUIREMENTS:

Master’s Degree in Social Work or related field; minimum of 10 years’ experience in a nonprofit leadership capacity; expertise in program development, implementation, operations, supervision and evaluation; extensive experience providing trauma-informed services for survivors of gender-based violence and adults with mental illness; knowledge of youth development principles; experience with workforce development programs for marginalized communities, adult education and immigrant services; proven ability to work well with diverse and special needs populations; excellent written and verbal communication skills; experience with budget planning and management as well as fund development and donor relations.

Competitive salary and excellent benefits

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:  

Please email resume and cover letter, with salary requirements to: hr1@ywcabklyn.org

 

 

DATE POSTED:  February 6, 2019

ORGANIZATION:  Tribeca Therapy

JOB TITLE:  Psychotherapist – Couples Therapist, Private Practice

                        Full-Time, Part-Time

 

POSITION SUMMARY:

Administers an manages the day-to-day operations of the Latimer Senior Center programs, oversees department budgets, ensure provision of services, implements and maintains sanitary and safety standards, and supervises workers involved in providing nutritional, emotional, physical, intellectual and culturally diverse services to clients and the community at large.

REQUIREMENTS:

Experience with adults, couples, family therapy with adults, kids and teens. LCSW, LMSW, LMFT, LCAT, LMHC PhD, or PsyD considered. Minimum 2 years post-Master’s or post-doctorate experience required. Those with an existing private practice will not be considered.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:  

Please visit the website: https://tribeccatherapy.com/job-inquiries/

 

DATE POSTED:  February 6, 2019

ORGANIZATION:  Sharsheret

JOB TITLE:  Social Worker – Coordinator

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

  • Speak one-on-one with women and families calling with breast cancer, ovarian cancer, and cancer genetics questions
  • Process telephone, email, and online requests for information from women and families facing cancer
  • Assist support team with quality of life program development, including national webinars
  • Coordinate program—related projects and mailings
  • Program-related data entry and reporting

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Experience working in a health care setting preferred, MSW or OSW preferred
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Strong writing, communication, and organizational skills
  • Ability to manage multiple projects and work in a very fast-paced environment
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office
  • Passion for issues related to cancer and the Jewish community

 

 APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:  

Please email resume and cover letter to: resumes@sharsheret.org. No telephone calls please. Salary and benefits commensurate with experience.

 

 

DATE POSTED:  February 6, 2019

ORGANIZATION:  Sharsheret

JOB TITLE:  Social Worker – Manager

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

  • Develop and implement new quality of life programs to serve women and families facing breast and ovarian cancer
  • Initiate and cultivate organizational partnerships
  • Supervise Project Coordinator and work closely with support staff
  • Create program reports for funders and stakeholders
  • Speak one-on-one with women and families calling with breast cancer, ovarian cancer, and genetics questions, including insurance and financial assistance concerns
  • Process telephone, email and online requests for assistance from women facing cancer
  • Manage project-related data entry
  • Supervise project-related programs and mailings

REQUIREMENTS:

  • MSW or MPH with 5-7 years’ experience, working in a health care setting preferred
  • Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills
  • Knowledge of health insurance and financial assistance programs a plus
  • Demonstrate success in developing and launching new programs
  • Profiecient in Microsoft Office and database functionality
  • Passion for issues related to cancer and the Jewish community

 APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:  

Please email resume and cover letter to: resumes@sharsheret.org. No telephone calls please. Salary and benefits commensurate with experience.

 

 

DATE POSTED:  February 6, 2019

ORGANIZATION:  Sharsheret

JOB TITLE:  Program Associate

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

  • Develop and enhance quality of life programs, including national webinars, printed and online resources, and new programmatic initiatives
  • Nurture relationships with health care professionals and medical centers
  • Coordinate program-related projects and mailings
  • Program-related data entry and reporting

REQUIREMENTS:

  • BA required, MSW or experience working in or studying social services or health care preferred
  • Strong writing, communication, and organizations skills
  • Ability to manage multiple projects and work in very fast-paced environment
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office
  • Passion for issues related to cancer and the Jewish community

 APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:  

Please email resume and cover letter to: resumes@sharsheret.org. No telephone calls please. Salary and benefits commensurate with experience.

 

DATE POSTED:  February 12, 2019

ORGANIZATION:  Mental Health Association of Rockland County

JOB TITLE:  Child/Adolescent Care Specialist

                        Full-Time/Temporary 6-month position

 

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

Work with a caseload of approximately 20-25 children with Serious Emotional Disturbance and/or medical needs and their families. Provide support, linkage to services, identification of strengths and needs and enhancement of child and family functioning. Engage child and family in care management services; complete assessments and approve applications for services and entitlements; represent MHA and attends meetings in the community as needed; participate in care reviews, staff development programs and attends scheduled staff meetings; maintain accurate and timely documentation to effectively complete varied assignments within established time frames; consult with the team members and other specialists; prepare crisis intervention plan and provide crisis intervention as required; and perform additional related duties as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS:

Staff qualifications for care managers that serve children with an acuity level of “high” as determined by the CANS-NY must have:

  1. A Master’s degree in social work, psychology, rehabilitation, nursing or closely related field and two (2) years of experience in care management or related work; or
  2. A Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, rehabilitation, nursing or closely related field and four (4) years of experience in care management or related work; or
  3. A License as a Registered Nurse with two (2) years of relevant experience.

 

Experience working with a ddiverse population. Valid driver’s license. Some evening or weekend hours may be required. This is a 6-month temporary assignment with future funding anticipated.

 

 APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:  

Please email resume and cover letter by 2/21/19 to:

Mental health Association of Rockland County, Inc.

Attention: Human Resources

140 Route 303

Valley Cottage, NY 10989

Fax#: (845)-268-3461

Email: careers@mharockland.org