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Open Positions at the School of Social Work

Welcome to our SSW employment portal. We are a strong and ever-growing network of social workers with ties around the globe. Use this site to learn of various employment opportunities within the Rutgers School of Social Work. 

Social-work related job opportunities outside of the School are listed in the next section. 

  • Date posted: June 13, 2024

    Faculty Position in the MSW Graduate Program (teaching or professional practice non-tenure track [NTT] at the rank of assistant professor rank or higher)

    Rutgers University School of Social Work is currently seeking a non-tenure track (NTT), professional practice faculty member to serve as a member of the faculty for the Management and Policy (MAP) specialization in the MSW Program.

    Under the direction of the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and the MSW Program Director, the faculty member will support instruction, curriculum development, and related programing for the MAP specialization, in which coursework is designed to build and enhance knowledge, skills, and competencies of current and future leaders of nonprofit and public service organizations. The specialization focuses on student skills and knowledge in planning, organizing, supervision, and policy functions to prepare them to work within organizations and communities. Alumni of the MAP specialization work in state and federal departments, independent nonprofit agencies, healthcare institutions, educational settings, and corporations/businesses. Coursework includes: management practice; program development and strategic planning; supervision; financial management; grant writing; among others. The faculty member will support academic success, retention, and well-being throughout all phases of the MSW MAP specialization and engage in related duties as necessary, which include:

    • Supporting and liaising with faculty and lecturers to advance effective teaching and learning, scholarship and dissemination, and service to the school and community.
    • Collaborating with the faculty and School’s leadership team to support curriculum development and new program initiatives within the MAP specialization.
    • Working with the SSW Center for Leadership and Management on efforts that support MAP students and MAP alumni, including certificate and dual degree programs.
    • Enhancing the School’s commitment to anti-racism, and inclusion, intersectionality, diversity, equity, and advancement (IIDEA) initiatives.
    • Building and maintaining a community and sense of collegiality among MAP students.
    • Supporting recruitment and advising efforts among MAP students.

    View full posting here

  • The Rutgers School of Social Work (SSW) has an open-rank, tenure-track faculty position with a focus on aging, neurocognition, and health equity. Applicants with practice experience working with individuals and families living with neurodegenerative conditions are preferred. The faculty member will be part of the SSW Hub for Aging Collaboration and will have additional opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration through the AHEAD University Presidential Diversity Hiring Initiative. For more information and to apply: https://jobs.rutgers.edu/postings/228119/print_preview

  • Date Posted: May 15, 2024

    Job Description: Rutgers University School of Social Work is currently seeking a non-tenure track (NTT), teaching or professional practice faculty member to serve as the Director of the Online MSW Program. This rigorous and well-established program offers a two-year full-time option, three-year part-time option, and blended option. Each involves 60 credits, while those admitted to Advanced Standing program complete 39 credits. This position is a calendar-year, New Brunswick-NJ-based position subject to contractual renewals.

    Successful candidates will also teach four courses per academic year (Fall, Spring, or Summer), contribute to curriculum development, and participate in school and university service. 
     
    Some service initiatives require evening and weekend work to accommodate our student population. All Teaching and Professional Practice NTT faculty members are expected to engage in teaching, scholarly/professional dissemination, and service activities in accordance with their rank, and other duties as assigned. Salary and rank of appointment is commensurate with experience. 
     
    We are dedicated to ensuring a diverse and inclusive faculty environment. Faculty who join us will have the opportunity to work with a student body that represents a wide range of backgrounds, cultures, and identities. Our faculty is an open and collegial group. 

    Job Type: Full-Time

    Responsibilities:

    • Fostering student success and well-being throughout all phases of the online program.
    • Building and maintaining community and belonging among online students.
    • Enhancing the School’s commitment to anti-racism, and inclusion, intersectionality, diversity, equity, and advancement (IIDEA) initiatives.
    • Interacting closely with members of the SSW community, especially the Admissions, Student Affairs, and Practicum Learning offices.
    • Remaining in close communication with the Assistant Dean for Lecturer Development and Associate Dean of Academic Affairs to promote a transformative learning experience.
    • Supporting and liaising with faculty and lecturers to advance online teaching, learning, and pedagogical approaches.
    • Coordinating the sequencing of online options to ensure students meet all requirements for timely graduation.
    • Monitoring registration processes and developing the schedule of online classes in close collaboration with the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs.
    • Collaborating with the faculty and School’s leadership team to support new program initiatives. 

    Qualifications

    • Master’s Degree in Social Work with a minimum of four years post MSW experience; experience in student affairs/success; experience with program management; record of or potential for excellence in teaching; experience with diverse constituencies and engagement with a collegial and inclusive culture. Excellent time management, organizational, problem solving, and interpersonal skills are also required.
    • Doctorate degree (DSW or PhD) in social work or related field; experience in DEI related efforts; and record of scholarly contributions. Also preferred are candidates with strong knowledge and understanding of instructional design and technologies used in online teaching environments. 

    Application Process: Apply online here: https://jobs.rutgers.edu/postings/227248

  • The Institute for Families (IFF) at the Rutgers University School of Social Work exists to advance the professional practices and knowledge base of individuals and organizations dedicated to improving the lives of children and families. As the largest Center within the School, the organization leads a portfolio of $16M in programming and evaluation that increases the capacity of child welfare and human service systems, largely through training, technical assistance, applied research and evaluation services. The team at the Institute represents a multi-disciplinary community of professionals committed to innovative, evidence-based and culturally responsive programming, equitable and inclusive practices, high performance and accountability, and transparent, responsive engagement with our stakeholders. The work of IFF is supported by a staff of 80+ full-time and part-time employees and more than 100 consulting subject matter experts.

    Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey is seeking an Instructional Technology Specialist for the Institute for Families at the School of Social Work. This position will be located at one of IFF’s four sites (New Brunswick, Cherry Hill, Parsippany, or Princeton) and must have a valid driver’s license and be willing to travel to program sites and state offices throughout New Jersey as needed.

    Among the key duties of the position are the following:

    • Serves as a member of the learning and development team responsible for the design and development of engaging courses, modules, and materials using a variety of innovative instructional technologies.
    • Creates learning products that may include synchronous online classes, hybrid/blended learning experiences, interactive asynchronous e-learning, microlearning, videos, webinars, screencasts, job aides, simulation, and resource materials.
    • Utilizes the ADDIE model of course development—from participating in the initial needs assessment through the design, development, rollout, and review of evaluation summaries for all finished courses.
    • Develops content for online learning experiences, and transfers existing in-person course content to the online platforms as needed,
    • Provides assistance to colleagues seeking the use of instructional technology to enhance teaching and learning.
    • Collaborates with other team leads to develop project plans that ensure work is consistent with the mission and goals of the targeted program model and audience and meets client deliverables as projected.
    • Exhibits extensive knowledge of relevant technologies and strong instructional design principles and theories of adult learning.

    View full posting here

  • The Institute for Families (IFF) at the Rutgers School of Social Work exists to advance the professional practice and knowledge base of individuals and organizations improving the lives of children and families. The Institute delivers services through a portfolio of over $25M in awards that increase the capacity of child welfare and human service systems, largely through training, technical assistance, and applied research and evaluation services.

    The School of Social Work’s mission is to develop and disseminate knowledge through social work research, education, and training that promotes social and economic justice and strengthens individual, family, and community well-being in this diverse and increasingly global environment of New Jersey and beyond.

    Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey is seeking an Associate Program Manager for the Institute for Families at the School of Social Work.

    Among the key duties of the position are the following:

    • Manages large-scale training programs and community-based education events, including the New Jersey Child Support Institute which offers comprehensive training for professionals who support the state’s child support program to ensure that children and their families obtain the financial and medical security they deserve.
    • Provides guidance to supervisors and team members by offering a wide array of educational experiences for the human service and child support workforce in New Jersey.
    • Oversees all details related to community education, outreach, marketing, scheduling as well as participant enrollment and service reporting.
    • Monitors the delivery and assessment of courses to ensure effective program practices and participant support.
    • Collaborates with colleagues overseeing training services responsible to ensure fidelity to instructional materials and effective instructional practices and colleagues overseeing evaluation services responsible for assessing knowledge gain and learner satisfaction.
    • Develops project plans with task assignments and timelines, as well as processes and procedures that guide a team while ensuring high levels of customer support.

    View full posting here

  • The Institute for Families (IFF) at the Rutgers University School of Social Work exists to advance the professional practices and knowledge base of individuals and organizations dedicated to improving the lives of children and families. IFF leads a portfolio of $21M in training, technical assistance and applied research services that increase the capacity of child welfare and human service systems to create brighter futures for youth and the adults who care for them. The team at IFF represents a multi-disciplinary community of professionals committed to innovative, evidence-based and culturally responsive programming, equitable and inclusive practices, accountability and continuous quality improvement, and transparent, responsive engagement with our stakeholders. The work of IFF is supported by a staff of 80+ full-time and part-time employees, and more than 100 consulting subject matter experts.

    Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey is seeking a Senior Program Administrator Supervisor for the Institute for Families at the School of Social Work. There will be two positions hired, using the business title of Senior Training Supervisor and CQI Supervisor, both reporting to the Manager of Human Services.

    Among the key duties of the position are the following:

    • Oversees a team of full-time and/or per diem trainers educating professionals who support family members across the state.
    • Provides ongoing recruitment, supervision and coaching of trainers assigned to in-person and web-based courses for professionals working in New Jersey’s child support system.
    • Provides direct training services according to program needs.
    • Provides individual and group coaching sessions to enhance trainers’ skills and introduce tools and activities that maximize learner engagement and acquisition of knowledge and skills through methods that include technical assistance sessions, 1on1 supervision, and coordination of certification and train-the-trainer events.
    • Supervises a team that may include full-time trainers and per diem trainers.

    View full posting here

  • The Institute for Families (IFF) at the Rutgers University School of Social Work advances the professional practice and knowledge base of individuals and organizations dedicated to improving the lives of children and families. The Institute leads a portfolio of over $25M in awards that increase the capacity of child welfare and human service systems, largely through training, technical assistance, and applied research and evaluation services.

    The School of Social Work mission is to develop and disseminate knowledge through social work research, education, and training that promotes social and economic justice and strengthens individual, family, and community well-being in this diverse and increasingly global environment of New Jersey and beyond.

    Among the key duties of the position are the following:

    • Provides subject matter expertise and technical knowledge to support the development of learning products and educational materials for the human service and child support workforce.
    • Ensures that training sessions, curricula, reports, infographics, and other educational materials developed for the Institute’s are inclusive of current, family-centered, evidence-based, and culturally responsive practices.
    • Contributes to a team that includes instructional designers, subject matter experts, program partners, and stakeholders dedicated to high-quality content, learner-centered materials, and strong engagement of child support professionals in various roles.

    View full posting here

  • Date Posted: May 15, 2024
       
    Job Type: Full-Time

    Responsibilities:

    • Facilitates the delivery of learning content on a wide variety of topics ranging from introductory material for newly hired child support professionals to advanced training for managers and specialized skills courses.
    • Reports on training related activities.
    • Provides feedback on curriculum and other types of learning content as it relates to supporting a high-quality experience for adult learners.

    Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Social Work, Human Services, Education, Training, Human Resources, Public/Business Administration, Child Development, Communications, or related discipline.
    • Five (5) years of relevant experience.  
    • A valid driver’s license would be required for this position; Use of personal vehicle in order to travel for business demands.  
    • Expertise in either child welfare, child support or a human services field as demonstrated by at least five years’ experience working in the field, knowledge of applicable practice models, and/or fluency in the related policies, legislation, and workforce systems supporting families and children.
    • Computer proficiency and high level of comfort with presentation software and use of learning management systems.  
    • Master’s Degree from an accredited college or university in Social Work, Human Services, Education, Training, Human Resources, Public/Business Administration, Child Development, Communications, or discipline appropriate to training being conducted.

    Salary: $72,833.00 - $108,649.00

    Application Process: Apply online here: https://jobs.rutgers.edu/postings/226918

  • Date Posted: May 15, 2024

    Job Description: The School of Social Work’s mission is to develop and disseminate knowledge through social work research, education, and training that promotes social and economic justice and strengthens individual, family, and community well-being in this diverse and increasingly global environment of New Jersey and beyond.

    Responsibilities:

    • Performs SQL Server programming and SQL Server Database Administration, with a focus on providing Microsoft SQL Server and MySQL support for a public website that aggregates data into longitudinal reports with user-defined views, and provides data files for users to download.
    • Collaborates with IT professionals at the Rutgers University School of Social Work to ensure a smooth data preparation process across Oracle, SQL Server, and MySQL platforms.
    • Writes new code and optimizes current code.
    • Creates stored procedures with parameters, transactions and exception handling.
    • Creates tables, views and functions.
    • Writes queries with multiple joins.
    • Handles data imports, exports, and file management with SSIS.
    • Searches metadata to find relevant columns and tables required for new reports.
    • Implements version control policies for code management and technical documentation.
    • Implements and documents policies for scheduled database backups and conducts periodic database recovery tests.
    • Works proactively with system administrators on management of disk space and performance.

    Qualifications:   

    • Bachelor’s degree in a related field, or an equivalent combination of education and/or experience.
    • Ten (10) years of relevant professional experience in SQL Server database development and administration, excellent communication, and Windows computer literacy.
    • SSIS Packages – SQL Server Integration Services.
    • PHP.
    • Javascript.
    • Drupal.
    • Visio.
    • Geocoding knowledge: SQL Server Geography data type handling; ARCGIS Pro Geocoding tool.
    • Microsoft Visual Studio Professional.
    • Microsoft Visual Studio Code.
    • Experience with macros and VBA a plus.
    • Able to derive technical solution from non-technical business requirements.
    • Able to work at times with limited supervision.
    • Experience documenting mappings between user-defined terms and database columns.
    • Excellent communication skills in order to provide daily status updates, identify problematic results, identify and address exception cases that are likely to arise, and confirm understanding of requirements.

    Salary: $65.00 - $70.00/hr

    Application Process: Apply online here: https://jobs.rutgers.edu/postings/226838

  • Date Posted: May 6, 2024

    Job Description: Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey is seeking a Senior Support Coordinator for the The Institute for Families (IFF) at the Rutgers University School of Social Work.

    Job Type: Part-Time

    Responsibilities:

    • Advances the professional practices and knowledge base of individuals and organizations dedicated to improving the lives of children and families.
    • Leads a portfolio of $16M in programming and evaluation that increases the capacity of child welfare and human service systems, largely through training, technical assistance, applied research and evaluation services.
    • Represents a multi-disciplinary community of professionals committed to innovative, evidence-based and culturally responsive programming, equitable and inclusive practices, accountability and continuous quality improvement, and transparent, responsive engagement with our stakeholders.

    Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, sociology or related discipline.
    • Two (2) years of experience in coaching and mentoring youth, program planning and implementation.
    • A valid driver’s license would be required for this position; Use of personal vehicle in order to travel for business demands. 
    • Masters degree in social work, psychology, sociology or related discipline.
    • Three (3) years of experience in coaching and mentoring youth, program planning, and implementation.  
    • Experience providing services to youth and/or young adults involved with and aging out of the child welfare system.
    • Experience with project coordination, training, workshop delivery and program evaluation.
    • Strong communication, interpersonal and organizational skills, and ability to build relationships.
    • Outstanding verbal and written communication skills.
    • Computer (Microsoft Office) literacy.

    Salary: $35.00 - $45.00/hr

    Application Process: Apply online here: https://jobs.rutgers.edu/postings/226706

  • Date Posted: December 27, 2023

    Job Description: Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is seeking an Instructional Designer for The Institute for Families at the School of Social Work.

    Job Type: Part-Time

    Responsibilities

    • Responsible for content development of Instructor Guides, Participant Guides, Handouts, PowerPoint presentations, videos and other learning products. Candidate should be well versed in tools and technologies used in the development of learning materials.
    • Assists with the instructional design needs of human service programs.
    • Responsibilities for communication with and on behalf of the sponsor (of a $7M award), as well as representing the program director’s decisions in meetings.

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s degree in a related field, or an equivalent combination of education and/or experience.
    • A minimum of five (5) years of relevant professional experience.
    • Candidate must have excellent knowledge and application of adult learning principle.
    • Ability to collaborate with subject matter experts and team members.
    • Must have experience in instructional design.


    Salary: $40-55/hour

    Application Process: Apply online here: https://jobs.rutgers.edu/postings/217029

    Employment Outside the School of Social Work

    As a service to our alumni, we list employment opportunities that we receive. Positions that are relevant for students and alumni who specialized in Management & Policy (MAP) will be marked with MAP in the job title. Email job opportunities to sswweb@ssw.rutgers.edu.

    • Date Posted: June 14, 2024

      Company Name: Hunterdon Healthcare System

      Location: Flemington, NJ

      Job Type: Full-Time

      Job Description: Provide social work services to patients referred for social work assessment and intervention within assigned areas or programs. Provides short-term therapeutic interventions to patients and families and assists with the discharge planning and case management of hospitalized patients. Collaborates with other departments to problem-solve issues.

      Responsibilities:

      • Facilitate and/or assist in creation, carryout, and completion of appropriate discharge plan.
      • Documentation of services provided.
      • Provide emotional support to patients and families as they cope with anxiety, depression, or other issues related to their diagnosis and treatment.
      • Oncology navigation/assessment of needs.

      Qualifications:

      • Master’s degree in social work.
      • Social work license in NJ.
      • 1-2 years graduate school or post graduate social work experience in an acute care hospital, ambulatory clinic and/or home care setting.
      • Excellent writing, interpersonal and communication skills.
      • (Preferred) 2-3 years post graduate clinical social work experience in an acute care hospital, ambulatory clinic and/or home care setting with at least one year of medical social work experience. 
      • (Preferred) Discharge planning.

      Application Process: Apply online here: https://pm.healthcaresource.com/CS/hhcs/#/job/22735

    • Date posted: June 6, 2024

      Full posting

      GENERAL STATEMENT OF RESPONSIBILITIES:

      CAI’s Center of Excellence for Tobacco-Free Recovery is funded by SAMHSA and aims to increase the number of states, local governments, tribal communities, behavioral health (BH) organizations and administrators, primary care providers, clinicians, peers, families, and other stakeholders that receive training and technical assistance, resulting in reduced rates of tobacco use among individuals with mental health and/or substance use conditions. The Deputy Project Director reports to the CoE-TFR Project Director and provides day-to-day management of all project-related activities and acts as a liaison between core project partners, consultants, and vendors in facilitating the achievement of project’s goal and objectives.

      MAJOR TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES (include, but are not limited to):

      • Provide day-to-day management, working as part of a team of staff and consultants, to develop and ensure implementation of project strategy, workplan, evaluation and communications plan.
      • Work with Project Director to manage and convene a national CoE-TFR Planning Committee, to develop and regularly update the National BH and Tobacco Use Action Plan. 
      • In partnership with the project team, planning committee, and project partners, implement and manage strategy to recruit and select states to participate in national Leadership Academies.
      • Manage and coordinate processes to develop and produce materials that support facilitation of national and state-specific Learning Academies.
      • Manage, in partnership with project coordinator, planning and logistics for all national and state-specific Leadership Academies.
      • Establish and implement systems to provide pro-active technical assistance to state teams in the development and implementation of their action plans
      • Triage and work with identified project team members and consultants to address on-demand requests for technical assistance.
      • Develop annual calendar of webinar training, and work with project team and subject matter experts (SMEs) to develop webinar content.  
      • Manage webinar planning, registration, and production using Zoom technology as well as CAI’s learning management systems.  
      • Working with the project team, and identified vendors, to establish and maintain CoE-TFR website. 
      • Work with project team, consultants, and SMEs to develop resources (job aides, best-practice guides)
      • Utilize project management database to support project team in monitoring and evaluation of key project milestones, deliverables, and to foster CQI.
      • Manage the development and implementation of annual project Communications Plan. 
      • Plan and facilitate regular meetings among the project team, consultants, and project partners.
      • Prepare meeting documents and document meeting minutes. 
      • Provide support to Project Director in monitoring budget expenditures and addressing funder reporting requirements. 
      • Perform other duties as necessary/assigned.

      MINIMUM EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND OTHER SKILLS REQUIRED:

      • Master’s degree in public health, public administration, social work, or a related field or equivalent professional experience.
      • At least 3-5 years of experience in tobacco control and/or behavioral health treatment settings
      • At least five years of program management experience, including at least one year of supervisory experience.
      • Ability to establish rapport and work productively and sensitively with diverse stakeholders, community members and partners
      • Ability to identify and leverage existing resources to support achievement of initiative objectives.
      • Has applied knowledge of principles and practices of providing social services to culturally diverse populations, addressing social determinants of health, and community mobilization. 
      • Has applied knowledge of principles and practices associated with group facilitation, and the design and delivery of training and technical assistance.
      • Demonstrated capacity to analyze administrative, personnel and organizational problems and identify appropriate solutions. 
      • Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing for professional and community audiences.
      • Prepare and maintain minutes, reports and records.
      • Knowledge of various word processing/computer programs, including Word, PowerPoint, Excel, etc.
      • Team-player and self-starter.
      • Ability to travel nationally several times annually, and work flexible hours including evenings and occasional weekends.

      PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

      These physical demands are representative of the physical requirements necessary for an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the Deputy Project Director’s job. Reasonable accommodation can be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the described essential functions of the Deputy Project Director’s job.

      While performing the Deputy Project Director’s responsibilities, the employee is required to talk and hear. This position requires the employee to be on-site at a CAI office. The employee is often required to sit and work at a desk for prolonged periods of time and use their hands and fingers to handle or feel. The employee is occasionally required to stand, walk, reach with arms and hands, climb or balance, and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. Must be able to lift up to 15 pounds at times. Vision abilities required by this job include close vision. 

      This job description is intended to convey information essential to understanding the scope of the Deputy Project Director’s position and it is not intended to be an exhaustive list of skills, efforts, duties, responsibilities or working conditions associated with the position. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

      Other Requirements

      In keeping with CAI’s “safety first” approach during the COVID-19 epidemic, to ensure the health of our employees and the public whom we interact with, we are requiring all CAI employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. New hires must show proof of at least one vaccine shot prior to their first day of work. (If someone is unable to obtain a vaccine due to a medical/disability or religious reason, they may contact CAI’s HR department; contact information will be provided as part of the interview process.) 

      Compensation

      The salary range for this position is $85,000- $90,000. CAI offers a generous benefits package including:

      • Medical, dental and vision insurance
      • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
      • Flexible spending Account (FSA)
      • Dependent Care Account (DCA)
      • Transit Reimbursement Account
      • Life Insurance – company sponsored up to $50,000
      • Long term disability (LTD)
      • Short term disability (STD)
      • 401K retirement plan after three (3) months of employment
      • 401K company match of up to 3% of salary after the completion of one (1) year of service
      • Semi-monthly payroll, the 15th and last day of each month
      • Flexible and Hybrid work schedules
      • Ability to work fully remotely up to 3 weeks each calendar year
      • Vacation and Leave benefits:
        • 11 Holidays per year
        • 2 Personal days year
        • 12 Sick days per year
        • 10-15 Vacation days per year increasing after 4 years of service
        • 1 Cancer Screening Day per year
        • Bereavement Leave
        • Jury Duty Leave
    • RWJBH Trinitas Regional Medical Center
      Elizabeth, NJ

      Date posted: June 6, 2024
       
      Full-Time
      Mon-Fri 8a-4p
       
      Job Overview:
      The Mental Health Clinician provides school-based, direct, short-term mental health counseling to students and families to address, prevent, and educate about issues that impede social, emotional, academic, or physical development. Clinical supervision is provided.
       
      Qualifications:
      Required:

      • MSW, MS or MA in Counseling, Psychology or related field

      Preferred:

      • Bilingual in English and Spanish
      • Minimum one year working with children/adolescents or youth and families

       
      Application Link: https://www.rwjbarnabashealthcareers.org/job/mental-health-clinician-yes-jefferson-grant-behavioral-mental-health-elizabeth-nj-163-0000152744/

    • Position Summary

      Provide social work services to patients referred for social work assessment and intervention within assigned areas or programs. Provides short-term therapeutic interventions to patients and families and assists with the discharge planning and case management of hospitalized patients. Collaborates with other departments to problem-solve issues. 

      Primary Position Responsibilities

      1. Facilitate and/or assist in creation, carryout, and completion of appropriate discharge plan.

      2. Documentation of services provided.

      3. Provide emotional support to patients and families as they cope with anxiety, depression, or other issues related to their diagnosis and treatment.

      4. Oncology Navigation/Assessment of needs.

      Qualifications

      Minimum Education:

      Required:

      • Master’s Degree in Social Work

      Preferred:

      • None

      View full posting here

    • This is a fully remote part-time position for a small mental health practice based in New Jersey.

      Title:  Office Manager
       

      Date posted: June 1, 2024

      Responsibilities

      • Working with Medical Insurance Companies to check on benefits for clients
      • Submitting bills for clients to the State
      • Reconciling insurance amounts paid with claims submitted.
      • Collecting co-pays from clients
      • Troubleshooting issues related billing and general smooth running of the business
      • Other general office duties of sending out letters to various organizations.
      • Send out weekly reminders to clients regarding sessions
      • Any other tasks related to operations that the Director requires
      • Assisting with the tasks related to the agency's Annual Conference.

      Qualifications

      • Strong communication skills
      • Strong ability to multitask
      • Ability to make phone calls during regular work hours
      • Detail-oriented
      • Organized

      Job Type:  Part-time

      Experience:  Administrative: 1 year (Required)

      Language:  Spanish (Preferred)

      Work Location: Remote

      Resume and Cover Letters or Emails should be sent to:  wecare4uifs@gmail.com AND jacruz31@gmail.com

    • The Assertive Community Treatment program serves youth ages 5-20 in Atlantic and Cape May Counties.  The Program provides intensive and immediate access to treatment services and supports in youth and family’s home and community. A multidisciplinary mobile team is tailored to each youth and their family and through a family centered approach will focus on crisis stabilization and assisting the youth with improving functioning and symptomology of mental health and emotional concerns. Interventions will assist with enhancing family functioning and overall stability in the family home.  

      Date posted: June 12, 2024

      1. Assistant Director
      2. Peer Support Partner
      3. Occupational Therapist
      4. Clinician

      View all postings here

    • Date Posted: June 6, 2024

      Overview:

      Successful Care Managers work with children and families utilizing a strength-based team approach (Wrap-around model) to ensure the family’s needs are addressed and met. Care managers have excellent listening skills, as well as verbal and written communication skills. Time management skills are essential as is maturity and the ability to be flexible, approachable and accessible.

      **All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex national origin, disability status, protected, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.

      Responsibilities:

      Essential Functions:

      • Review referral information and all assessments prior to the initial meeting with the child and family.
      • Participate in the initial meeting with the child and family to gather additional information, to orient the family to the ISP (Individualized Service Plan) process and wraparound philosophy, to establish a relationship with the child and family, to identify additional team members for the Child/Family Team, and to develop a crisis plan with the family. 
      • Responsible for the coordination and facilitation of all team meetings.
      • Link the child and family to services identified in the crisis plan and ISP and revise as necessary.
      • Meet with the children and families in their home, in community-based arenas, or in the office to support ISP goals and objectives at least two times each month.
      • Ensure that all community resources are exhausted before pursuing out-of-home treatment. When out of home treatment is determined to be the least restrictive treatment to meet the youth’s needs, completes out of home referral, downloads documents to CYBER, maintains the youth on YouthLink, maintains communication with the Specialty Residential Treatment Unit, facilitates scheduling and attends meet and greet meetings with the family and potential providers and attends admission to out of home treatment. Reviews Joint Care Review Plans.
      • Document all contacts, interventions and status updates in CYBER weekly.
      • Provide on-call crisis management coverage as scheduled.
      • Maintain regular contact with families and wraparound service providers to verify provision of authorized services, to receive feedback regarding progress toward goals, and to support positive collaboration.
      • Completes Strengths and Needs (SNA) initial certification and recertification on an annual basis.
      • Ensure that formal services are transitioned to sustainable community-based interventions when deemed appropriate based on the strengths and needs of the youth and in a timely manner.
      • Attend all court meetings/reviews as necessary.
      • Complete flex fund requests and referrals in a timely manner.
      • Complete discharge/transfer ISPs within 3 days of final CFT meeting.
      • Meet with the Care Manager Supervisor on a regular basis to provide outcome status update on all assigned youth and families, to obtain guidance on care management, to identify barriers to service implementation, and to inform of any change in service plan.
      • Identify new formal/informal community resources and provide this information to the Community Resource Manager.
      • Identify gaps in formal services and provides this information to the Care Manager Supervisor and/or Community Resource Manager.
      • Attend relevant meetings, team meetings, in-service training and conferences as scheduled.
      • Maintain child and family confidentiality when interacting with co-workers and the community. Written consents are obtained prior to releasing any information.
      • Report all accidents and incidents observed during work shift in accordance with CMO procedures (  fill out UIR report, Universal Incident Report).
      • Adhere to all child abuse and neglect mandated standards.
      • Build and maintain effective working relationships with staff members.
      • Build and maintain effective relationships with youth/families, provider agencies and the community at large.

      Requirements:

      Required Education and Experience:

      • Bachelor's Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling  or related field required. 
      • At least one year of related experience working with children or providing care management services.

      View full posting here

    • Date posted: June 11, 2024

      • Lifesharing / Family Living Specialist | Lancaster & Lebanon
      • Program Director | Lancaster & Williamsport
      • Program Manager | Bethlehem, Bloomsburg, Lancaster & Lebanon
      • Program Supervisor | Bethlehem, Bloomsburg, Harrisburg, Lancaster, Lebanon, Leola, Lititz, Lock Haven, Millersville, Red Lion, Williamsport, & Willow Street
      • Residential Supervisor | Lancaster

      We are also featuring our Administration opportunities. We are looking for those who have a desire to provide the highest level of customer service while ensuring those in our care receive the highest level of quality services. Below is list of current administrative positions:

      • Client Experience Ambassador II | Lancaster & Williamsport
      • Call Center Specialist | Lancaster

      Postings can be found here

    • Date posted: June 6, 2024

      Position Title: Deputy Project Director, Center of Excellence for Protected Health Information (CoE-PHI)        

      Reports To:  Project Director, CoE-PHI 
      Employee Status: Full Time, Exempt           

      Location/Office:  New York City (CAI has a hybrid work schedule of working 2 days in the office and 3 days remote.)                        

      Full posting

      GENERAL STATEMENT OF RESPONSIBILITIES:

      Reporting to the Project Director, Center of Excellence for Protected Health Information (CoE-PHI), the Deputy Project Director, CoE-PHI will provide direction and day-to-day management for all activities associated with achievement of CoE-PHI goal and objectives, funded by SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration), established to provide training and technical assistance (TTA) to improve understanding and application of health privacy laws (e.g., HIPAA, 42 CFR Part 2, and FERPA) as they apply to the provision of behavioral health and substance use disorder (SUD) treatment services among health professionals and administrators, state and local agencies, school professionals, and patients, families and communities. 

      MAJOR TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES (include, but are not limited to):

      • Manage the activities of a multi-disciplinary team of subject matter and technical experts in achievement of all project goals and deliverables. 
      • Support cultivation and maintenance of relationships with the project funder (SAMHSA), National Advisory Group member organizations, and other federal agencies and federally-funded TTA centers.
      • Manage, in partnership with project team, consultants and partners, in the development and facilitation of national and regional training provided virtually and in-person.
      • Manage the delivery, and as appropriate, provide technical assistance to improve understanding and application of federal/state privacy laws in practice.
      • Manage the development of new, and updating of existing, resources.
      • Support the development and implementation of a set of activities, training, technical assistance and/or resources to address project strategic priorities as follows:
        • Build skill of front-line and paraprofessional staff to introduce concepts of privacy during encounters with patients receiving behavioral healthcare services. 
        • Increase understanding of relevant health privacy laws for patients with behavioral health conditions and their families
        • Improve ability of school-health professionals to practically apply relevant privacy regulation and law in the delivery of school-based behavioral health services.
      • Ensure all training, technical assistance, resources, and communications use plain language standards, is tailored for audience and context, is culturally relevant, actionable, and addresses known disparities. 
      • Partner with CAI communications team in the development and implementation of project-specific communications plan that improve access to project resources and offerings.
      • Provide oversight for the maintenance and regular updating of the CoE-PHI Website.
      • In partnership with evaluation analyst, provide oversight for all evaluation data collection and reporting processes in accordance with SAMHSA SPARS standards. 
      • Facilitate ongoing review and use of project and other data to monitor project outcomes and improve.
      • Represent, as identified, CAI at national conferences, expert convenings, and meetings to further achievement of CAI strategic goals .
      • Support activities involving reporting to the project’s funder (SAMHSA) including ongoing data submission, monthly programmatic updates and annual reports.  
      • Manage event planning for meetings with project partners and presentations at conferences and other national events.  
      • Oversee annual project budget and budgeting process on an ongoing and proactive basis.
      • Other duties as assigned.

      MINIMUM EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND OTHER SKILLS REQUIRED:

      • Master’s degree in social work or other related behavioral health field, public health, public policy/administration (with a specific focus on behavioral health/substance use), education, community engagement, or a related field or equivalent professional experience. 
      • At least five years of experience managing/directing a program/project team. 
      • Knowledge of the system of care delivery of behavioral health/substance use treatment services.
      • Ability to work respectfully and productively with multi-disciplinary teams to achieve project objectives.
      • Ability to establish rapport and work productively and sensitively with diverse stakeholders, community members, and partners. 
      • Capacity to utilize various word processing/computer programs, including Word, PowerPoint, Excel, etc. 
      • Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing for professional and community audiences. 
      • Team player and self-starter. 
      • The position requires occasional overnight travel (approximately 5-6 times per year) and occasional evening and weekend work.

      PREFERRED:

      • An understanding of the principles of regulatory and compliance requirements in the delivery of healthcare
      • Has experience designing and providing training and/or technical assistance to public health and/or healthcare providers
      • Has successfully applied knowledge of principles and practices of providing social services to culturally diverse populations and addressing social determinants of health.

      PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

      These physical demands are representative of the physical requirements necessary for an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the Deputy Project Director’s job. Reasonable accommodation can be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the described essential functions of the Deputy Project Director’s job.

      While performing the Deputy Project Director’s responsibilities, the employee is required to talk and hear. This position requires the employee to be on-site at a CAI office. The employee is often required to sit and work at a desk for prolonged periods of time and use their hands and fingers to handle or feel. The employee is occasionally required to stand, walk, reach with arms and hands, climb or balance, and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. Must be able to lift up to 15 pounds at times and set-up of training materials and resources. The position requires daily use of a personal computer and requires entering, viewing, and revising text and graphics on the computer terminal and on paper. Vision abilities required by this job include close vision. 

      This job description is intended to convey information essential to understanding the scope of the Deputy Project Director’s position and it is not intended to be an exhaustive list of skills, efforts, duties, responsibilities or working conditions associated with the position. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

      Other Requirements

      In keeping with CAI’s “safety first” approach during the COVID-19 epidemic, to ensure the health of our employees and the public whom we interact with, we are requiring all CAI employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. New hires must show proof of at least one vaccine shot prior to their first day of work. (If someone is unable to obtain a vaccine due to a medical/disability or religious reason, they may contact CAI’s HR department; contact information will be provided as part of the interview process.) 

      Compensation

      The salary range for this position is $80,000- $90,000. CAI offers a generous benefits package including:

      • Medical, dental and vision insurance
      • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
      • Flexible spending Account (FSA)
      • Dependent Care Account (DCA)
      • Transit Reimbursement Account
      • Life Insurance – company sponsored up to $50,000
      • Long term disability (LTD)
      • Short term disability (STD)
      • 401K retirement plan after three (3) months of employment
      • 401K company match of up to 3% of salary after the completion of one (1) year of service
      • Semi-monthly payroll, the 15th and last day of each month
      • Flexible and Hybrid work schedules
      • Ability to work fully remotely up to 3 weeks each calendar year
      • Vacation and Leave benefits:
        • 11 Holidays per year
        • 2 Personal days year
        • 12 Sick days per year
        • 10-15 Vacation days per year increasing after 4 years of service
        • 1 Cancer Screening Day per year
        • Bereavement Leave
        • Jury Duty Leave
    • Date Posted: May 15, 2024

      Company Name: Anchor Therapy, LLC

      Location: Hoboken, NJ (hybrid possible)

      Job Type: Full-Time or Part-Time options available

      Job Description: We are currently seeking a licensed psychotherapist (experienced in couples counseling) to join our team and contribute to our mission of providing excellent mental health care.

      Qualifications:

      • Current State of New Jersey license as a LCSW, LPC, LMFT, LSW, LAC, PsyD, or PhD.
      • Mandatory 15 clinical hours minimum per week.
      • Available to work nights and/or weekends.
      • 2 years of counseling experience.
      • Experience in couples counseling.

      Benefits:

      • Competitive pay ($70-$100 per clinical hour).
      • Health insurance.
      • 401k with company contribution.
      • Professional development opportunities.
      • Provisionally Licensed Therapists (LAC, LSW) will be paid out at a lower rate based on their experience.

      Application Process: Apply online here: https://www.anchortherapy.org/careers-counseling-job-position.

    • Date Posted: May 15, 2024

      Company Name: Complete Care

      Location: Shorrock and Bey Lea Centers

      Responsibilities

      • Help to identify resident’s psychosocial, mental, and emotional needs.
      • Complete Social History and Psychosocial assessment of residents.
      • Work with interdisciplinary team to promote and protect resident’s rights.
      • Prevent and address resident abuse as mandated by law and professional licensure.
      • Other duties as assigned by Director of Social Services and Administrator.

      Qualifications

      • Must have LSW or CSW.
      • Previous long term care experience is preferred.
      • Ability to work independently or part of a group.
      • Computer knowledge.
      • Ability to build and maintain rapport with residents and peers.  

      Benefits

      • Full-Time for Shorrock Center; Part-Time for Bey Lea Center
      • Daily pay option
      • Health, dental, vision and PTO for full-time employees
      • Opportunities for advancement

      Application Process: Please send resume with interest to Abondiskey@completecaremgmt.com

    • Date Posted: May 15, 2024

      Company Name: Atlantic Health System

      Job Description: The Care Coordination Social Worker (MSW) works in collaboration with a multidisciplinary team of clinicians as part of the Care Coordination program to provide high quality, outcome-based, patient-centered care and address the social determinants of health to support safe transitions of care across the continuum for patients and families throughout Atlantic Health System.

      Responsibilities:

      • Support high-cost/high-risk patients to address barriers to care and navigation challenges across the care continuum by prioritizing health and SDOH needs, addressing gaps in internal and external resources, and sustainable connections to medical homes and sustainable social supports to improve the patient experience, achieve better health outcomes, decrease avoidable cost and utilization, and increase the utilization of preventative care and healthy behaviors to improve health.
      • Provide psychosocial assessment, sustainable care transitions, and structured support to help address social and economic barriers to positive health outcomes and empower patients to set and achieve their individualized health goals. Apply best practice interventions based upon care standards and referral and linkage to services to ensure behavioral and psychosocial needs are addressed, including but not limited to: social needs, financial stressors, difficulty coping, behavioral health concerns or substance misuse, abuse and neglect, interpersonal violence, homelessness, functional decline, frequent ED visits or hospitalization, need for long-term care planning, etc.
      • Maintain best practices, process systems, and key performance metrics to provide effective outcome-based, patient-centered care with a focus on culturally-sensitive and inclusive interventions, equitable access to care, and reduction in health disparities. Conduct psychosocial assessment, social determinants of health screening and referral, and develop a plan of care in alignment with individual needs, values, and goals of the patient. Provide individual telephonic/virtual support and counseling to patients, using appropriate therapeutic techniques and evidence-based theories to guide patients toward healthy coping, self-management, and overall wellness. Maintain accurate and timely referral response, assessment, intervention, and documentation, according to department workflow and policy.
      • Ensure ongoing collaboration and communication with the larger interdisciplinary Care Coordination team, AHS/ACO practices, providers, and care team members to comprehensively address evolving psychosocial needs, medical needs, and plan of care. Maintain a current knowledge base of community agencies and key contacts and assist with patient advocacy, navigation, and engagement with sustainable medical, social, insurance and benefit systems. 
      • Regularly attend and actively participate in assigned intradisciplinary and interdisciplinary forums, administrative meetings, staff meetings, supervisory sessions, and in-service training. Provide consultative support for department community health workers through education, training and one to one case oversight. Annually participate in a minimum of 3 educational programs on topics relevant to practice area.  
      • Other tasks as required by manager, director, or leadership.

      Qualifications

      • MSW from an accredited school of social work. 
      • NJ LSW or LCSW required. 
      • Previous medical hospital social work and grant experience strongly preferred.
      • Maintains current knowledge of trends and advances in clinical practice and healthcare informatics, as well as new developments and innovations in hardware and software technology. 
      • Demonstrated initiative, problem identification, resolution and analytical skills are essential, as well as excellent oral and written communication skills
      • Bilingual Spanish/English a plus.

      Application Process: Apply online here: https://erqh.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1/job/8052

    • Date Posted: May 15, 2024

      Company Name: Leading Light Counseling and Consulting

      Job Description: Leading Light Counseling and Consulting seeking a new Team Member who is a skilled Masters Level Clinician to work remotely providing telehealth services. (In person services in our Point Pleasant, NJ location possible for right fit).

        Qualifications

        • Must have a Masters Degree is a counseling specific field.
        • Must be licensed (ex. LSW, LAC).
        • Must be licensed by the state of NJ.
        • The ideal candidate can excel both in an independent and team setting
        • At least 1 years of prior clinical experience (clinical internship may be acceptable)
        • Ability to maintain a caseload of at least 15 clients per week
        • Excellent communication and documentation skills
        • Ability to utilize a telehealth platform and provide counseling via online
        • A consistent, positive, and creative work ethic.
        • Experience working with couples, families and or children/adolescents a bonus.
        • Experience and or interest in utilizing creative art practices in therapy services with clients a bonus.

        Benefits

        • Join a dedicated, supportive, creative, professional and down to earth team of Clinicians
        • Caseload and scheduling flexibility
        • Electronic Health Record System
        • Steady stream of referrals
        • Competitive compensation with unlimited room for additional financial growth opportunities such as program and service development, implementation and facilitation (ex. Special projects, groups, workshops etc.)
        • Retirement plan available
        • Professional Development stipend available
        • Technology stipend for those providing telehealth services available
        • Weekly clinical supervision by a certified clinical supervisor
        • Room for professional growth

        Application Process: Apply online here: https://www.leadinglightcounselingnj.com/contact

      • Date Posted: May 15, 2024

        Company Name: Community Services Group (CSG)

        Browse open positions herecsgonline.org/careers

      • Date Posted: May 7, 2024

        Company NameUnchained at Last

        Unchained At Last, the survivor-led nonprofit at the helm of the national movement to end forced and child marriage in the United States, seeks another Social Worker to support women, girls and others as they avoid, escape from and rebuild their lives after forced marriage.

        WARNING: Apply for this position only if you want a deeply meaningful, adventure-filled job that makes all your friends jealous.

        Job Description: Under the supervision of the Senior Director of Client Services (who is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker), Unchained’s Social Workers work closely with survivors – mostly adult women but also girls, LGBTQ individuals and others – who seek to avoid or escape forced marriage and rebuild their lives. Each Social Worker gets the opportunity to:

        • Conduct intakes;
        • Create and implement escape plans;
        • Advocate for survivors’ needs and connect them with crucial resources;
        • Provide ongoing emotional support and supportive counseling to survivors;
        • Facilitate support groups;
        • Support survivors who choose to become advocates;
        • Coordinate Unchained’s team of volunteers; and
        • Plan an annual client retreat.

        Qualifications: You might be a good fit for this position if you:

        • Hold a Master of Social Work degree;
        • Have at least five years of professional experience providing services to trauma survivors;
        • Are endlessly compassionate, patient and nonjudgmental, but also a bit of a badass;
        • Are ridiculously organized; and
        • Feel passionately about Unchained’s mission.

        BONUS QUALIFICATIONS:

        Make sure to note in your application if you:

        • Are a survivor of a forced marriage; and/or
        • You are fluent in Arabic.

        NOTE: An internal study at HP found women applied for a promotion only if they met 100 percent of the qualifications, while men applied if they met 60 percent. Regardless of your gender, if you are excited about this job, GO FOR IT — even if you do not meet 100 percent of the qualifications.

        Salary/Benefits:

        The compensation package for this position includes:

        • Salary of $82,000;
        • 401(k) retirement plan with employer match;
        • High-quality health insurance;
        • Dental insurance;
        • Vision insurance;
        • Life insurance;
        • Flexible Spending Account so you can pay certain health and commuter costs pre-tax;
        • Mostly remote work (in the office once or twice each month plus occasional travel to meet clients in the field);
        • Generous paid time off, including parental leave;
        • Solid work-life balance (the workday ends at 5:00 p.m. — and earlier on Fridays — except in emergencies);
        • Clinical supervision;
        • Monthly art therapy sessions with the Unchained team; and
        • United Nations grounds pass.

        Location: Hybrid: Mostly remote. In the office once or twice each month.

        Please do not apply unless you live within commuting distance of Unchained’s office in Northern New Jersey (less than a 40-minute train ride from New York City).

        Application Process: Please view the full posting here for details on how to apply. 

      • Date Posted: May 6, 2024

        Company Name: Bayonne Community Mental Health Center

        Job Description: The Licensed Social Worker works with the substance-use co-occurring outpatient program which includes IOP and OP levels of care. The LSW conducts intake assessments for new clients in the EMR, as well as NJSAMS, and facilitates group and individual sessions. Students of ACT program are encouraged to apply.

        Qualifications:

        • Master's in Social Work
        • Experience working in the field of Addictions
        • NJ Licensed Social Worker (LSW)
        • LCSW (preferred)
        • LCADC (preferred)

        Responsibilities:

        • Designs and implements treatment plans.
        • Evaluates and documents patient outcomes.
        • Work closely with supervisor to implement and design the Addictions Program.
        • Work closely with supervisor on the execution of deliverable of services.
        • Maintain an active caseload.
        • Collaborates with referral sources.
        • Discharge planning.
        • Clinical team meetings.

        Benefits:

        • Paid Time Off (PTO)
        • Medical and Prescription Drug Insurance
        • Dental and Vision Insurance
        • Retirement Plans
        • Short & Long Term Disability
        • Life & Accidental Death Insurance
        • Tuition Reimbursement
        • Health Care/Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts
        • Wellness Programs
        • Voluntary Benefits (e.g., Pet Insurance)
        • Discounts Through our Partners such as NJ Devils, NJ PAC, Verizon, and more!

        Application Process: Please send your resume with interest to Michael.Santillan@rwjbh.org.

      • Date Posted: May 6, 2024

        Company Name: Phoenix Psychotherapy

        Qualifications:

        • Licensed in NJ (LSW, LCSW, LAC, LPC).
        • Willing to work in our Englishtown office as well as virtual.
        • Open to working with children and teens (ages 6+ required).
        • Available to work a minimum of 15 hours per week.

        Application Process: Please send resume with interest to katie@phoenixpsychotherapyllc.com.

      • Date Posted: May 6, 2024

        Company Name: Federation Housing, Inc.

        Job Description: Service Coordinators work in collaboration with Property Managers to provide the necessary combination of services and supports to assist frail, elderly residents to remain independent, in their own residence in the community and avoid unnecessary institutionalization. This is accomplished by providing a variety of service coordination supports including advocacy and assistance to access and coordinate referrals to community based services and a variety of entitlement programs and facilitate successful utilization. Together with Property Managers, they assist residents to maintain their quality of life while maintaining stable occupancy standards necessary to uphold their lease and remain independent in the community.

        Responsibilities:

        • Meet with tenant applications to assess their need and eligibility for supportive services.
        • Conduct appropriate outreach to identity residents with service needs.
        • Evaluate resident needs annually, at minimum, for supportive services on a case by case basis and make appropriate referrals, if needed and eligibility, to community based agencies.
        • Monitor ongoing services provided by community based agencies.
        • Report to the Social Services Manager and collaborate in partnership with the Property Manager to assist residents and coordinate service delivery as directed.
        • Maintain professional standards and practices and all HIPAA standards and confidentiality practices with regard to sharing protected resident information both verbal and written.
        • Establish and maintain positive relationships with all local community agencies, service providers, housekeeping/homemaker services, mental health and medical organizations and independent professionals and other organizations assisting residents.
        • Maintain accurate, up-to-date and properly stored, confidential records in a file cabinet, and reports regarding services provided to residents.
        • When necessary, may provide preliminary investigation of incidents and well documented violation reports that comply with policies and procedures and confidential records requirements.
        • Maintain spreadsheet and statistical records regarding variable characteristics of at risk residents as directed.
        • With prior approval of the Social Services Manager and Property Manager, provides on-site communication with residents at general meetings, through newsletters, bulletin boards, flyers, and events posters.
        • Assist residents in developing and maintaining informal supports networks with others.
        • Provides guidance and support to elected officials of the Resident Association with regard to their roles, functions and Association objectives.
        • Performs other related professional duties as required to assist the agency and the residents served as determined and directed by the Social Services Manager.

        Qualifications:

        A Bachelor's of Social Work (BSW) or related Human Service degree with a minimum of 2 years of related experience working with older adults and knowledge of community human service resources is preferred. Applicants must relate well to older adults and families and possess the ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing. Strong advocacy and problem solving skills, as well as the ability to organize and manage multiple priorities are essential. Individuals without college degrees who can document other relevant and appropriate training and successful experience in working with older adults, their families and community resources, may be considered for employment.

        Application Process: Apply online here: Please send resume with interest to alyssa.mcmahon@federationhousing.org.

      • Date Posted: May 2, 2024

        Company Name: Osborn Family Health Center

        Job Description: The Behavioral Health Specialist integrates counseling services in an ambulatory patient care setting.

        Responsibilities:

        • Demonstrates the mission, vision, and values of Osborn Family Health Center in behaviors, practices, and decisions.
        • Serves as a patient advocate in direct interactions with the patient, care team, and community partners.
        • Accurately documents appropriate behavioral health assessments, interventions, and actions to achieve patient goals.
        • Follows the DSM5 guidelines for practice in accordance with coding and billing.
        • Uses evidence based screening tools for mental health screening.
        • Provides the most up to date community resources utilizing technology and resource guides that are culturally sensitive and appropriate to the literacy level of the patient.
        • Identifies as a professional social worker and conducts oneself accordingly as is evidenced in demeanor in behavior, appearance, and communication.
        • Utilizes supervision and education opportunities, to engage in career long learning.
        • Practices personal reflection and self-correction to assure continual professional development and awareness of professional roles and boundaries.
        • Recognizes and manages personal values guided by National Association of Social Work Code of Ethics to apply strategies of ethical reasoning in resolving problems.
        • Provides leadership in promoting sustainable changes in service delivery and practice to improve the quality of social services and the health care center services.
        • Assists provider with care of patients by utilizing the Brief Intervention Care Model and by providing timely feedback regarding social work consultations while developing strong professional relationships.
        • Actively participates in departmental meetings, committees, teams, huddles, and assists in quality improvement activities.
        • Promptly and accurately responds to any type of patient inquiry and uses effective problem solving strategies for patient satisfaction.
        • Maintains strict HIPPA compliance at all times according to Osborn Family Health Center policy.
        • Responds to families, visitors, and staff in a sensitive empathetic manner.
        • Cultivates positive relationships with all patients, customers, guests, and members of the care team.
        • Assists with any additional duties as needed or as directed by the Leadership team.

        Qualifications:

        • Master's in Social Work and 2 years' experience in mental health field preferred.
        • Must have experience in providing behavioral health services and have knowledge of a wide range of therapeutic interventions appropriate for adults and children, understanding implications of poverty, literacy levels, culture, and language is required.
        • Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with other employees, patients, hospital departments, organizations and the public.
        • Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
        • Ability to counsel patients and families.
        • Knowledge of basic computer skills.
        • Must be able to work under supervision of LCSW and independently at times and have knowledge in multiple medical disciplines.

        Application Process: Please send resume with interest to DBokas@osbornfhc.org.

      • Date Posted: May 1, 2024

        Company Name: Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

        Job Type: Part Time

        Job Description: We are seeking a Student Assistant for the Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance Office. Reporting to the Director of the Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance (VPVA) Office at RBHS, the Student Assistant is responsible for providing administrative assistance to VPVA staff and supporting programming related to survivor support programming and violence prevention education.

        This position is grant-funded for a commitment of 20 hours per week and the student needs to be enrolled in Rutgers University for the duration of the appointment. VPVA is looking for someone with knowledge and comfort in discussing interpersonal violence and will lead engagement, educational, and advocacy activities for their peers. The student assistant will serve as a liaison between the VPVA office and the student population.

        Responsibilities:

        • Assists with organizing and promoting awareness programs.
        • Provides general information regarding VPVA services to RBHS members at events and meetings. Assists in recruiting for and coordinating the VPVA volunteer program.
        • Designs content and graphics for educational materials and social media.
        • Attends weekly team meetings. 

        Qualifications:

        • Must be a current Rutgers student with appropriate training in health sciences, psychology, social work, or education.
        • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
        • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.
        • Experienced with all Social Media platforms including Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
        • Preferred Qualifications    
        • Comfort with public speaking or peer education.
        • Interest in violence prevention and intervention methods.
        • Credential Preferred: Bachelor’s Degree.

        Application Process: Apply online here: https://jobs.rutgers.edu/postings/225165

      • Date Posted: May 1, 2024

        Company Name: Cooperative Counseling Services

        Browse multiple open positions herehttps://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=9e27b2ac-a46d-4d65-b70b-27fd8e06e508

      • Date Posted: April 25, 2024

        Company Name: ASAPP Healthcare, Inc.

        Job Description: Intensive In-Community Service (IIC) is an analytical, focused goal oriented, and needs based intervention that addresses emotional and behavioral challenges of youth with moderate to high needs. The primary objective and position of an IIC is to provide interventions to reduce problematic behaviors and assist with individual skill development with the goal of restoring or maintaining the youth’s functioning. The position of an IIC requires clinicians to provide clinical, therapeutic support, and interventions within the youth’s home. Services are primarily completed on a weekly basis within the community and/or the place of residence of a family and individual.  

        Responsibilities:  

        • Develop and implement treatment plans.
        • Provide individual/ family counseling.
        • Provide instruction in learning appropriate mental health skills including but not limited to: stress reductions, problem solving and psychoeducation.
        • Submit documentation on a timely basis.
        • Attend child-family team meetings with youth’s support system.
        • Crisis intervention.
        • Attend all agency trainings and monthly supervision.

        Qualifications

        • LSW, LCSW, LPC, LMFT, MFT is required.
        • Master's degree in Mental Health, Counseling, Social Work or Psychology 
        • Support the organization's mission and conduct oneself in a professional manner. 
        • Time management and strong organizational skills. 
        • A valid driver's license along with access to a vehicle. 
        • Knowledge of how to navigate an EHR system and strong computer skills for documentation purposes. 
        • Ability to maintain confidential information within HIPAA guidelines and organizational policies. 
        • Ability to be flexible with scheduling. 

        Application Process: Apply online here: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=cf1303ef-2877-4292-a20f-38a69e9feb9b&ccId=9200351378800_2&lang=en_US&jobId=445821

      • Date Posted: April 25, 2024

        Company Name: University of Delaware

        Job Description: The Practicum Education Coordinator will be expected to provide leadership in the administration of practicum education in the Master of Social Work (MSW) program and ensure its compliance with the standards laid out by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE). In collaboration with the practicum liaisons and instructors, the Practicum Education Coordinator will ensure that students obtain appropriate practicum placements, have effective practicum education plans, and receive the optimal practicum experience at their host organizations. The successful candidate will also be responsible for ensuring that a practicum education manual is developed and implemented as written and will maintain consistent contact with host organizations to ensure successful student placements. 

        Responsibilities:

        • Develop, implement and periodically review and update the practicum education manual as needed.
        • Place students at suitable practicum sites.
        • Participation in admissions support and other activities related to supporting MSW students.
        • In coordination with practicum education instructors, develop and monitor student practicum education plans.
        • Develop partnerships with organizations for practicum placement opportunities.
        • Maintain ongoing interactions with practicum education liaisons and instructors in host organizations to ensure successful student placements.
        • Develop and implement training programs for practicum liaisons and instructors.
        • Receive and review Affiliation Agreements from all agencies hosting UD students.
        • Pass all received Affiliation Agreements through the University’s legal and other relevant departments for approval.
        • Manage the processes for professional liability insurance in Practicum Education for students and faculty as needed.
        • Lead the Practicum Education Committee.
        • Serve on relevant departmental committees .
        • Collaborate with the MSW Program Director and faculty in developing and implementing mechanisms to assess and evaluate practicum education outcomes.

        Qualifications:

        • Master of Social Work degree from a CSWE-accredited social work program.
        • Hold license as a Masters-level social worker (LMSW or LCSW).
        • Two years of post-MSW practice experience.
        • Prior experience working in social work practicum (field) education as a practicum director/ field instructor or liaison, or in a role requiring coordination of student services.
        • Ability to establish rapport with key stakeholders and community members.
        • Ability to work independently, be flexible, handle multiple tasks simultaneously, attend to details, complete tasks accurately, and work with deadlines.
        • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including public speaking.
        • Ability to solve problems and be resourceful.
        • Demonstrated understanding and consideration of the differing needs and concerns of individuals with varying identities, cultures, and backgrounds.
        • Committed to fostering a workplace culture of belonging, where diversity is celebrated, and equity is a core value.

        Application Process: Apply online here: https://careers.udel.edu/cw/en-us/job/500786/practicum-education-coordinator

      • Date Posted: April 25, 2024

        Company Name: Liberty Lake Day Camp

        Location: 1195 Florence Columbus Rd, Bordentown, NJ 08505

        Job Description: The Support Team Counselor (STC) performs behavioral health support activities for campers. Coaching campers, and staff as necessary, is performed with the overall goal of helping campers have a successful experience at LLDC. The STC will observe and interact with campers who have difficulties adjusting to camp, based on observation or past experiences, for the purpose of early intervention and/or triage during the camp day/weeks. Campers may have mental health concerns, overcoming trauma, DSM5-V diagnoses, or are just struggling with age appropriate concerns or acclimating to the camp environment.

        Responsibilities

        • Review records of identified campers in the support program prior to the summer season.
        • Perform observations of campers who have been identified as in possible need of support.
        • Collaborate with all levels of camp staff to support camper’s physical and emotional safety concerns.
        • To be a supportive presence for campers and staff to bolster their overall success, while promoting and supporting mental wellness, and positive and meaningful interactions.
        • The STC is approachable and available to provide mental health and support strategies appropriate to campers and staff to help be successful at camp.
        • The STC will provide immediate availability and response to Emergency Mental Health issues of campers during the camp season, as needed, collaborating with Health Center nursing staff) and Inclusion team in order to support camper and staff success.
        • Keep the Director of Support informed of any concerns about staff members and camper’s health, safety and well-being. Discuss and determine concerns, and the need to request a mental health evaluation of a camper or staff member.
        • Keep accurate notes on all interactions with campers and staff. Ensure confidentiality of all notes and records of sensitive information.
        • Contribute to the overall success of camp by performing all other related duties as assigned.

        Qualifications:

        • Associate's degree required.
        • Previous experience with providing children behavioral support
        • Experience working with sensitive information and acting with discretion
        • Commitment to work the full 8 week camp season
        • Available for Pre-Season work – such as parent/child discussions, paperwork reviews, database management, camp orientation, and specific camp trainings
        • Maintain a professional and appropriate appearance for a summer camp environment
        • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel) and Google Sheets and Docs.
        • Successfully pass a background check and fingerprinting.
        • Previous experience working at a summer camp
        • LPC, LCSW, PsyD or PHD with a clinical license
        • Clinical experience working with children and families.

        Application Process: Please send resume with interest to Andy Pritikin andy@libertylakedaycamp.com.

      • Date Posted: April 25, 2024

        Company Name: In-Home Recovery Program

        Job Type: Full-Time

        Location: Brick Township, NJ

        Job Description: IHRP Clinicians are responsible for providing weekly in home therapeutic services that incorporate both parent-child interventions to facilitate positive bonding and interactions and optimal child development and substance use treatment through a trauma informed lens for clients in the DCP&P system. IHRP is a highly successful program model created by Yale University that provides
        intensive, in-home individualized trauma-informed psychotherapy for families with young children who are in recovery from substance use.

        Responsibilities:

        • Provide in-home and/or in community individual psychotherapy to families in recovery addressing mental health issues, substance use issues and parent-child relationships.
        • Co-facilitate weekly group therapy with participating families.
        • Formulate treatment plans with clients related to recovery, education, employment, healthy relationships, family communication and/or legal issues.
        • Work in close collaboration with DCP&P local offices throughout course of client's participation with IHRP.
        • Attend monthly provider meetings for case reviews.
        • Flexible work schedule.
        • On call stipend.

        Qualifications:

        • Master's degree in counseling, social work, or related field.
        • License(s): LAC, LPC, LSW, LCSW.
        • 1-2 years of experience.
        • Substance use disorder knowledge.

        Benefits:

        • Medical and Dental Insurance
        • 403(b) Retirement Plan
        • Paid Time Off and Paid Holidays
        • Disability and Life Insurance
        • Employee Assistance Program
        • Flexible Spending Account and Health Savings Account
        • Voluntary Benefits, such as Vision Insurance, Aflac, Pet Insurance
        • Training opportunities
        • Employee Referral Bonus program

        Application Process: Please send resume with interest to Sarah Kautz at sarah.kautz@ssw.rutgers.edu.

      • Date Posted: April 25, 2024

        Company Name: Penn Medicine

        Browse open positions herehttps://careers.pennmedicine.org/search/social-work/jobs

      • Date Posted: April 25, 2024

        Company Name: Northeast Community Center for Behavioral Health 

        Responsibilities: Provides psychiatric rehabilitation/outpatient services, biopsychosocial evaluations, completes intake assessments and program support for Community Integrated Recovery Center working with the adult mental health population in Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program setting

        Qualifications: M.A., M.S., M.S.W. degree and related experience

        Benefits: An benefit package which includes health insurance, employer paid life & disability insurance, vested pension in three years (no employee contribution required), paid sick, personal, and holiday leave, and 4 weeks paid vacation time are offered in the first year of employment. 

        Application Process: Please send resume with interest to Kayilu.Sozinho@neccbh.org.

      • Date Posted: April 25, 2024

        Company Name and Overview: The mission of HomeFront is to end homelessness in Central New Jersey by harnessing the caring resources and expertise of the community. We lessen the immediate pain of homelessness and help families become self-sufficient. We give people skills and opportunities to ensure adequate incomes and to increase the availability of adequate affordable housing. We help homeless families advocate for themselves individually and collectively.

        Location: Ewing, NJ

        Job Type: Full-Time

        Job Description: HomeFront is seeking a Family Advocate to support families and single women experiencing homelessness in our community who are residing at the Family Preservation Center (FPC). The FPC is an important part of HomeFront’s Family Campus, our innovative model designed to be a haven of healing and hope. The Family Campus offers a wide array of services for families experiencing homelessness and the effects of poverty including on-site childcare, career support, vocational opportunities and job training, educational support for adults and children, physical and mental health and wellness partners, therapeutic art programming, specialized support for children, and much more. The Family Campus is designed to offer these solutions to the barriers facing HomeFront families, lessen the immediate pain of homelessness, and help break the cycle of poverty. Within the Family Campus model, the Family Preservation Center exists to provide emergency housing for up to 38 families – adults and children – every night. The Family Advocate
        embodies HomeFront’s mission and ensures families live in a trusting and thriving environment while they strengthen life skills for a sustainable future. Using a Trauma Informed approach, the Family Advocate will partner with each guest in developing a plan for resolution of their housing crisis, improving their self-sufficiency, and increasing their linkages to community resources, in collaboration with the holistic team at the Family Campus, centered around HomeFront’s four core beliefs.

        Responsibilities:

        • Coordinate services with Family Campus team to ensure consistent and holistic services co-designed by each guest to best meet their needs.
        • Conduct, monitor and update in-depth needs and strengths assessment of guests.
        • Develop, monitor and update Action/Service Plan for guests.
        • Provide individualized intensive case management services for guests.
        • Collaborate in internal and external case conferencing focused on the goals of each guest.
        • Facilitate group workshops.
        • Collaborate with HF Solution Center to link guests to identified health, social services, and housing resources.
        • Provides crisis intervention services, as needed.
        • Respond to evening and weekend crisis as needed on a rotational on-call schedule.
        • Compile monthly statistics regarding clients.
        • Enter and maintain client data, service plan, and case management notes in case management software (Apricot).
        • Safeguard client information and maintain confidentiality.
        • Ensure safety and cleanliness of shelter areas for the guests.

        Qualifications

        • Mercer County community familiarity.
        • Strong verbal and written communication; fluency in Spanish strongly preferred.
        • Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related field.
        • Valid Driver’s License.

        Salary: $45,000-$55,000/year

        Application Process: Please send resume with interest to Tracey Daniels at TraceyD@homefrontnj.org.

      • Date Posted: April 25, 2024

        Company Name: Acelero Learning

        Job Description: The Family Support Advocate is responsible for engaging families and promoting children’s healthy development and school readiness. 

        The Family Support Advocate will provide individualized, intensive support to the most vulnerable families in our Head Start program, which includes families experiencing a significant crisis, families who are recently homeless or whose children are in foster care, as well as families impacted by substance abuse, family violence or mental health concerns. 

        Due to its specialized nature and based on center size and family distribution, the position may involve a caseload assignment at more than one center-based location as deemed necessary for program operations.

        In order to effectively support these families, the Family Support Advocate will be expected to establish and maintain relationships with community providers to provide the resources, counseling, treatment, or other interventions needed to assist them in stabilizing their circumstances and enhancing their overall well-being.

        The Family Support Advocate’s position has been established to allow our Head Start program to triage and provide more targeted support to families who may require additional resources to achieve these outcomes.

        This full-time position with benefits earns up to $22.51/hr. and requires to work on-site at 310 Augusta Street, South Amboy, NJ 08879.

        Responsibilities:

        • Collaborates with team to utilize family self-assessment data to identify vulnerable families.
        • Provides individualized, intensive home and center-based support to vulnerable families.
        • Arranges counseling, treatment, or interventions for mental health, substance abuse, child abuse, and domestic violence.
        • Conducts additional screening/assessment for high-risk behaviors as needed.
        • Coordinates support groups for families facing similar concerns or challenges.
        • Engages families as partners in children’s healthy development and school readiness.
        • Facilitates Family Engagement Contract process to build relationships and accountability.
        • Develops culturally appropriate family engagement strategies.
        • Provides in-home and group experiences to enhance parent/child interactions.
        • Utilizes classroom time and home visits to model positive interactions and deepen understanding.
        • Conducts conversations/workshops to address potential impacts of substance abuse, mental health, and family violence.
        • Coordinates communication and care among Head Start team members and community providers.
        • Shares information with team members to provide coordinated support for families.
        • Establishes relationships with community partners such as domestic violence and substance abuse organizations.
        • Implements regular communication and case conferencing with community-based service providers.
        • Provides immediate crisis intervention for center-based families in need of critical support.
        • Manages workload and ensures accurate record-keeping and documentation effectively.
        • Maintain accurate records for each child in electronic and hard copy files.
        • Document efforts to assist families in identifying strengths, needs, and goals.
        • Complete Family Self-Assessment, Family Partnership Agreement, and case notes.
        • Record, monitor, and follow-up on referrals for support services.
        • Submit reports as needed, including monthly summary tracking reports.
        • Monitor and update PIR data in collaboration with the Director of Analysis.
        • Participate in assigned meetings, events, and training sessions.

        Qualifications:

        • Bilingual in Spanish and English is a must.
        • Bachelor's Degree in Social Work, Human Services, Family Services, and Counseling.
        • At least two years of experience working with vulnerable families and communities is preferred.
        • Experience working with diverse communities, low-income families, and children 0-5 preferred.
        • Passion for promoting positive child and family outcomes through high-quality family engagement.
        • Proficient in supporting parents of young children in advocating for their families and cultivating positive relationships with both families and children, utilizing experience, training, and skill.
        • Proficient ability to interact effectively with people from diverse backgrounds, both verbally and in writing.
        • Proficient in Google Suite, spreadsheets, data management, email, word processing, and internet navigation. 
        • Travel is required locally or long-distance up to 10% of the time for work-related meetings and functions.
        • Must have a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.

        Additional Notes:

        • This position requires Two Valid IDs, Two Reference Letters, Physical Exams and TB Tests, Fingerprint Screening (CHRI), and Background Checks (CARI).
        • Must have a Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation.
        • Please note: All new hires must attend the four days (Tuesday - Friday) of mandatory New Employee Orientation Training at South Amboy Center - 310 Augusta Street, South Amboy, NJ 08879.


        Benefits:

         

        • Ability to make an impact in the lives of the children, families, and partners we serve.
        • Career growth and professional development opportunities.
        • Supportive working environment.
        • Average of 5 weeks of paid time off during 1st year of employment.
        • Comprehensive benefits, including 401K matching and 100% vesting program.

        Application Process: Please send resume with interest to Ruchi Majmundar at rmajmundar@acelero.net.

      • Date Posted: April 25, 2024

        Company Name: Kennedty Krieger Institute

        Job Description: The Kennedy Krieger Social Work Department is looking for a LCSW-C or LMSW social worker ready to join the Pediatric Rehabilitation Program. This dynamic interdisciplinary team collaborates to deliver trauma-informed clinical services to the children, adolescents, and young adults admitted to the inpatient unit.

        Our social workers guide families through the journey of admission by completing psychosocial assessments, leading family-team meetings, providing short-term family counseling, advocacy, coordination of care and discharge planning.

        Qualifications:

        • Master's degree from an accredited school of Social Work is required.
        • Must be licensed in the State of Maryland, by the Board of Social Work Examiners, Maryland State Department of Health and Mental Hygiene as a Graduate Social Worker.
        • Clinical experience may include only field placement.
        • At least one year in the provision of services to children, adolescents and young adults with developmental disabilities, chronic health problems or disorders of the brain is preferred. This experience may have been gained while a trainee at the Institute, or a related facility.

        Application Process: Please send resume with interest to Perone@kennedykrieger.org.

      • Date Posted: April 25, 2024

        Company Name: Kennedy Krieger Institute

        Job Description: This Post-Master of Psychiatric Social Work (MSW) Fellowship is a two-year program that includes full-time employment with benefits while receiving training in evidence-based models of therapy, supervision/mentorship, and practice providing direct patient care. Fellows will receive focused training in multi-disciplinary evidence-based treatment of children, adolescents, and young adults with mental health conditions.  

        Participation in the second year will be contingent upon the successful completion of the first-year learning contract. Fellows may be offered continued employment opportunities at the program's end. Candidates must have an LMSW license in good standing with the Maryland Board of Social Work Examiners by July 1, 2024. Candidates can also apply while completing their advanced year of their MSW program from an accredited School of Social Work. Acceptance will be pending graduation and obtaining a license in the State of Maryland as an LMSW. Applicants may have up to three years of experience. 

        Responsibilities:

        • Attends fellowship didactics, supervision/mentoring sessions, interdisciplinary consultation, and assignments while applying learning to practice with patients and families.
        • Provides timely and accurate documentation within the electronic health record according to professional, departmental, and Institute standards while maintaining billing and productivity standards.
        • Provides diagnostic and initial evaluations for patients and families in consultation with the assigned board-authorized supervisor.
        • Engages in treatment planning and delivery in collaboration with interdisciplinary team members involved in care.
        • Provides evidence based/informed mental health treatment focused on goals and measurement of outcomes in consultation with the assigned board-authorized supervisor.
        • Completes training and competencies assigned by the Institute, and department satisfying regulatory requirements to provide patient care.
        • Participates in implementation and monitoring of performance improvement/performance evaluation and quality improvement projects as required of program clinical staff.

        Qualifications:

        • Must possess and maintain a Master of Social Work (LMSW) license issued by the Maryland State Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Board of Social Work Examiners.
        • Application and acceptance into the Psychiatric Social Work Post-Master Fellowship program.
        • Master's degree from an accredited school of Social Work required.
        • Clinical experience through internships or job placements in the provision Social Work services required, preferably for children, adolescents and young adults with developmental, learning and/or emotional disabilities.

        Application Process: Apply online here: https://www.kennedykrieger.org/training/programs/social-work/post-masters-fellowship 

      • Date Posted: April 9, 2024

        Last Date to Apply: Position open until filled.

        Company Name: Saint Peter’s University Hospital (saintpetershcs.com)

        Location: New Brunswick, NJ

        Job Type: Full-Time 

        Qualifications:

        • MSW from accredited Graduate School of Social Work, NJ Social Work License: LCSW or LSW, Ability to work some weekends/holidays.
        • Previous hospital, and outpatient medical care experience (preferred).

        Responsibilities:

        • Provides clinical social work services, case management and discharge planning services.
        • Rounding with interdisciplinary team members for the progression of care, consultation, collaboration, and identification of patients requiring further evaluation, development, or implementation of discharge plans or complex psychosocial issues.
        • Conducting initial and ongoing evaluation and coordination of care.
        • Documenting clearly, concisely, and relevantly.
        • Providing Social Work intervention when appropriate.
        • Educating patients and family members.
        • Maintaining effective collaborative communication with interdisciplinary team members.
        • Developing and maintaining community relations.

        Application Process: Apply online at saintpetershcs.com.

      • Date Posted: April 9, 2024

        Last Date to Apply: Position open until filled.

        Company Name: Saint Peter’s University Hospital (saintpetershcs.com)

        Location: New Brunswick, NJ

        Job Type: Per Diem 

          Responsibilities:

          • Provides clinical social work services and discharge planning evaluation to medical specialty areas. 
          • Rounding with interdisciplinary team members for the purpose of progression of care, consultation, collaboration, and identification of patients requiring further evaluation, development, or implementation of discharge plans or complex psychosocial issues.
          • Conducting discharge planning evaluation and coordination of care.
          • Documenting clearly, concisely and relevantly.
          • Working with the Care Transitions Nurse, patient, and/or formal/informal support system to develop and/or contribute to a care plan appropriate for the patient.
          • Providing Social Work intervention when appropriate.
          • Educating patients and family members.
          • Maintaining effective collaborate communication with interdisciplinary team members.
          • Developing and maintaining community relations.

          Qualifications:

          • MSW from accredited Graduate School of Social Work, NJ Social Work License: LCSW or LSW, Ability to work some weekends/holidays.
          • Previous hospital/outpatient medical care experience preferred.

          Application Process: Apply online at saintpetershcs.com.

        • Date Posted: April 7, 2024

          Company Name: Hackensack Meridian Health

          Responsibilities:

          • Rendering professional social work services to patients in their home through assessment, development, implementation and evaluation of the social and emotional needs of patients in accordance with organization policies and procedures applicable to social work standards and governmental laws and requirements within the scope of medical home care.
          • Maintain standards of social work practice in accordance with NJ Department of Health requirements, NJ Social Work Code of Ethics, The Joint Commission and organization policies and procedures.
          • Assure professional standards of care and practice that provide for safe and effective patient outcomes is reflected in clinical judgments/critical thinking. Assure clinical judgment reflects professional standards through documentation and case conferencing with team.
          • Perform initial psychosocial and bereavement assessment of patients that assists the interdisciplinary team's plan of care and treatment goals. Assure plan is received and updated as needed. Assure that risk factors and treatment goals are documented.
          • Instruct and counsel patients/families in treating and coping with social and emotional responses related to recovery and/or terminal needs.
          • Provide counseling to patients utilizing appropriate methodologies based upon the social and emotional needs of the patient.  Interventions are documented and are consistent with social and emotional needs of patient/family.
          • Assure documentation of assessments, interventions and planning meet organization timelines.
          • Assure pertinent patient information and plan of care is communicated in a timely manner to primary nurse and appropriate team members. Conduct case conferences throughout care and document accordingly. Recognize the need for authorization of patient when there is a change in status. Collaborate with RN Case Manager for follow-up. Assist with the preparation of a safe and organized patient discharge plan.
          • Report patient care problems, along with possible solutions, to primary care nurse or appropriate social work management personnel. Communicate with supervisor about problems in practice or of any particular care needs.
          • Assist patient/family with the understanding and acceptance of medical recommendations and advise them how to follow the recommendations. Provide services to assist with adjustment to terminal illness if appropriate. Document teaching regarding treatment plan recommendations.
          • Identify community resources to assist patients and families with end of life or discharge care planning. Provide follow-up to patient/family to ensure implementation.
          • Other duties and/or projects as assigned. Demonstrate flexibility with job responsibilities in all areas.
          • Adheres to HMH's Organizational competencies and standards of behavior.
          • Lifts a minimum of 10 lbs., pushes and pulls a minimum of 10 lbs. and stands a minimum of 4 hours a day.

          Qualifications:

          • Master's Degree in Social Work (from an educational program accredited by the Council of Social Work Education) or Doctorate (from and accredited institution of higher education).
          • One (1) year experience.
          • NJ Licensed Social Worker or NJ Licensed Clinical Social Worker.

          Application Process: Apply online here: https://jobs.hackensackmeridianhealth.org/job/woodland-park/social-worker-vhs-hospice-woodland-park-nj-ft/19511/60506041824

        • Date Posted: April 7, 2024

          Company Name: Hackensack Meridian Health

          Location: Belle Mead, NJ

          Job Description: Join our team at Hackensack Meridian Health Carrier Clinic's East Mountain Youth Lodge, where we continue the legacy of compassionate care and supportive healing established since 1910. As a part of our residential treatment services for adolescents aged 13-18, we offer round-the-clock clinical and therapeutic support tailored to each resident's strengths and needs. Make a difference in the
          lives of young individuals and their families by being a part of our dedicated team today.

          Responsibilities:

          • Functions as a role model of healthy interpersonal relationships and demonstrates appropriate behavior for patients, family, and staff.
          • uses a nurtured heart approach to provide supervision, behavior management, and counseling of the basic needs for the youth, 
          • Residential Counselors will build relationships and assist with developing our adolescence through support of behavior modules. 
          • Responsibilities include leading resident group meetings, coordinating recreation activities, and participating in other group functions.

          Qualifications:

          • Bachelor's degree in social work or psychology.
          • 1 year of experience providing direct care to youth in a behavioral health agency or institutional setting.
          • Valid Driver's License from a US state.

          Application Process: Apply online here: https://jobs.hackensackmeridianhealth.org/job/belle-mead/youth-residential-technician-behavioral-health-carrier-clinic-pt-nights-with-benefits/19511/45785897024

        • Date Posted: April 7, 2024

          Company Name and Overview: CAMHOP (Chinese American Mental Health Outreach Program) is a NAMI New Jersey initiative to serve individuals with lived experience of mental health conditions and their family members from the Chinese community in New Jersey and beyond, through support, education and advocacy. Our free services include NAMI Signature peer-led support groups and education programs, information & referral services, advocacy, community educational workshops, and educational materials in Chinese language. 

          Job Type: Part-Time

          Job Description:  The Chinese American Mental Health Outreach Program (CAMHOP) Statewide Coordinator is responsible for
          all outreach to the Chinese American community through the development and implementation of programs and activities.

          Responsibilities:

          • Develop and coordinate NAMI NJ signature programs for the Chinese community to include NAMI Family.
          • Support Group, NAMI Connection Recovery Support Group, NAMI Family to Family, NAMI Basics, NAMI In Our Own Voice, NAMI Family and Friends, and NAMI Smarts.
          • Recruit, mentor, and support stipend-based volunteer positions, such as Regional Coordinators, Peer Engagement Specialist, and signature program leaders.
          • Supervise phone referral and support service for the Chinese speaking community, and advocate for individuals and families utilizing system resources.
          • Market NAMI NJ through promotional events at community houses of worship, area service clubs, and in social and print medias monthly.
          • Supervise production of monthly bilingual e-Newsletters for the community.
          • Manage and develop content for CAMHOP Social Media accounts.
          • Coordinate annual CAMHOP social events (e.g. Lunar New Year Luncheons, Summer Picnics).
          • Coordinate fundraising/solicitation (NAMIWalk Team, event donations), and manage donor relations.
          • Collaborate with other organizations and mental health agencies/providers that may benefit from NAMI NJ program and services.
          • Establish and maintain an effective working relationship with other community and educational organizations, to increase their awareness of mental health and NAMI education programs.
          • Provide training and marketing materials to mental health professionals to be aware of and sensitive to Chinese culture on mental health issues.
          • Compose quarterly program reports.
          • Provide updates/data to Communications Manager for publicity purposes, including but not limited to NAMI NJ E-News, annual report, impact report, annual appeals.
          • Convene advisory committee meetings at least twice a year and attend monthly Multicultural team meetings.
          • Conduct community outreach and assist Outreach Director in developing a strategic outreach plan.
          • Work cooperatively and effectively with NAMI NJ Affiliates.
          • Other related assignments as needed.

          Qualifications

          • Bachelor’s degree in social service, mental health or related field.
          • A minimum of one year working in the capacity of a trainer or teaching position.
          • A minimum of 3+ years’ experience developing and conducting diverse training, outreach and/or community organizing activities, preferably around mental health awareness.
          • Bilingual in Chinese (Mandarin and Cantonese Preferred)/English, as many community families speak Chinese only.
          • Experience coaching others, supporting them in identifying their development areas and navigating solutions; you’re able to engage and influence colleagues, clients and volunteers in a way that motivates and empowers action;
          • Experience building rapport with external and internal stakeholders and have experience developing and delivering presentations appropriate to internal and external audiences.
          • Strong interpersonal skills, with the ability to drive high levels of performance, engagement, and accountability.
          • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, with proven ability to tell a compelling story.
          • Creative, insightful and out-of-the-box thinker with strong problem-solving skills and a proactive, can-do attitude, with a skill for remaining flexible and open to internal workflow changes.
          • Strong attention to detail while managing multiple projects in a fast-paced environment.
          • Strong computer skills; experience using and creating content in Word and PowerPoint.
          • Commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging principles.

          Application Process: Please send resumes with interest to info@naminj.org.

        • Date Posted: April 7, 2024

           

          Company Name: St. Peter's Healthcare System

          Location: Monroe, NJ

          Responsibilities:

          • Identify patients requiring social work services.
            • Respond to all patient/family referrals the same day that request is received as evidenced by documentation in the Medical Record.
          • Assess the needs of patients referred/identified as appropriate to the ages of the patients and to the developmental life cycle stage (Adults & Geriatrics).
            • Evaluate patient and/or family to ensure appropriate sources of information within 48 hours of receipt of referral.
            • Review chart and confer with Physician, Nursing and/or other relevant healthcare staff within 48 hours.
            • Accurately identify the patients presenting problem(s) relevant to the patient's condition.
            • Accurately assess the impact of identified problems on the patient/family.
          • Formulate treatment goal(s) for each assigned patient as appropriate to the ages of the patients and to the developmental life cycle stage.
            • Develop realistic attainable goals and plans in cooperation with the patient/family.
            • Identify resources relevant to treatment goals.
          • Implement the service plan as appropriate to the ages of the patients and to the developmental life cycle stage.
            • Provide supportive counseling to patients and families with empathy and concern.
            • Identify and utilize appropriate intervention strategies and counseling and education techniques.
            • Maintain necessary written and verbal communications with referral to appropriate agencies/institutions.
            • Educate and assist patient/family in securing adequate available resources, services, and facilities based upon assessed as measured by outcome of intervention and documentation including but not limited to referral for crisis intervention.
          • Function as an interdisciplinary team member in a specialty area.
            • Interpret psychosocial information which has implications for the team plan in a timely and effective manner.
            • Initiate and coordinate appropriate patient/family and team conferences.
          • Develop and maintain community relations.
            • Respond in 24-48 hours to all requests from community agency representatives for information and assistance.
            • Identify and report gaps in the service delivery system and takes constructive action to remediate the situation.
            • Educate co-workers about new resources/community programs at department staff meetings.
            • Prepare and present lectures and programs requiring social work expertise as requested.
            • Attend community functions to represent Saint Peter's Physician Associates - Monroe at least once a year.
          • Participate in professional staff development and Hospital/Community activities to maintain skills and enhance professional visibility.
            • Attend departmental meetings.
            • Attend all mandatory in-service updates on an annual basis (e.g., Fire and Safety, Infection Control).
            • Attend at least one (1) relevant professional meeting/ conference to maintain and upgrade skills.
            • Accept opportunities that are presented to participate in a leadership role in relevant professional, and Community programs.
            • Educate and orient other members of the health care team as to the role of social work in patient care.
            • Identify training needs and recommends staff development programs to Supervisor.

          Qualifications:

          • BA or BS from accredited Social Work Program.
          • Experience in Geriatrics healthcare.
          • Certification by State of New Jersey (CSW) required.

          Application Process: Apply online here: https://careers.saintpetershcs.com/search/jobdetails/social-worker-bsw-csw/bd4bc1e0-93f9-4fee-806b-a5bf12e8f772?utm_campaign=google_jobs_apply&utm_source=google_jobs_apply&utm_medium=organic

        • Date Posted: April 7, 2024

          Company Name: Boxwood Learning Center Inc.

          Job Type: Part-Time (May 1, 2024 – December 31, 2024)

          Location: Union County, NJ

          Job Description: We are seeking a passionate and dedicated Social Worker to join our Union County Community Drop-In Centers team. This part-time role is pivotal in supporting the emotional, social, and educational development of youth grades 6 - 12/ages 10 - 18 across Rahway, Roselle, Hillside, and Plainfield, NJ. Ideal candidates will be energetic, empathetic, and committed to fostering a safe and inclusive environment for all participants.

          Responsibilities:

          • Conduct initial assessments and intakes in collaboration with the program coordinator and case manager, ensuring a personalized case plan for each participant.
          • Deliver engaging workshops focusing on social-emotional learning (SEL), including fine arts, gender-specific sessions, and creative expression, to foster emotional intelligence, empathy, and interpersonal skills.
          • Provide academic support, including tutoring and homework assistance, particularly in core subjects and financial literacy, in partnership with local banks.
          • Facilitate career readiness activities, including career assessments, college application support, and job shadowing opportunities.
          • Organize healthy eating workshops to emphasize the importance of nutrition in mental and physical well-being.
          • Engage with parents and guardians through collaborative workshops provided by Parent Inc., extending learning and support to home environments.
          • Regularly monitor participants' progress, adjusting case plans as needed, and collect feedback to evaluate program effectiveness.

          Qualifications:

          • Fluency in Spanish is mandatory.
          • Currently enrolled in or a recent graduate from a college-level education, social work or related program; entry-level candidates are encouraged to apply.
          • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to engage effectively with youth, parents, and community partners.
          • Ability to work across various program sites in Union County and adapt to the needs of diverse populations.
          • Commitment to Boxwood Learning Center’s mission and values, with a focus on serving at-risk youth within a restorative justice framework.
          • Interest in working with youth in educational, social, or community settings.
          • Experience in academic support to children and youth.
          • Experience in working with families.
          • Creativity and innovation in program development and implementation.

          Salary: Starting hourly wage at $19 per/hour.

          Application Process: Please send your resume, a cover letter outlining your interest and suitability for the position, and any relevant certifications to Natacha Davis, ndavis@boxwoodnj.org.

        • Date Posted: March 11, 2024

          Company Name: Middlesex County Office of Health Services mission is to support and empower survivors and significant others affected by sexual violence, and to help eliminate all forms of sexual violence through community awareness and education.

          Job Description: Middlesex County is seeking a Counselor/Case Manager to provide comprehensive care to survivors of sexual violence for the Office of Health Services within the Center for Empowerment.

          Job Type: Full-Time

          Responsibilities:

          • Perform intake assessments and case management.
          • Facilitate individual, group, family, and crisis therapy sessions.
          • Demonstrate competency in the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to meet clients’ psychological and social needs, including through an intersectional lens.
          • Conduct therapeutic interviews to assist clients to gain insight into personal problems, define goals, and develop a treatment plan.
          • Coordinate the development and implementation of the treatment plan and reviews within established time frames.
          • Document sessions in client record in a timely manner according to established policies.
          • Interact professionally and respectfully while maintaining and ensuring HIPAA, ethical standards, and professional boundaries with all staff and clients.
          • Perform other related duties as assigned or requested.

          Qualifications:

          • Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling, Social Work or related field.
          • New Jersey licensure in good standing: Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), LSW, LAC or Licensed Psychologist.
          • Previous experience working with sexual violence or trauma preferred.
          • Bilingual in Spanish preferred.

          Salary: $67,000.00 - $68,736.00/annum

          Application Process: Apply online here: https://careers.middlesexcountynj.gov/jobs or email Jeanne Wong at  jeanne.manchin@co.middlesex.nj.us with interest.

        • Date Posted: March 11, 2024

          Company Name: Middlesex County Office of Health Services

          Responsibilities:

          • Assess the need for services with the parent and Children with Special Health Care Needs.
          • Develop an Individual Service Plan (ISP) including, but not limited to, the child’s developmental, educational, medical, rehabilitative, and social/emotional/economic needs.
          • Assist the child and their family, to reach the goals identified in the ISP by taking an active part in the procurement of services, through resources and referrals.
          • Be available to the family as a resource in a crisis, respond actively to complaints regarding services, and provide objective information about alternatives for securing direct services.
          • Promote and facilitate communication among multiple providers serving the child and their family, including a primary care physician, (PCP) and/or medical home.
          • Monitor services received by the child and their family by periodically reviewing progress made by the child toward the attainment of goals identified in the ISP.
          • Develop relationships with existing local and regional agencies serving Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs and their families.

          Qualifications:

          • Must have a valid New Jersey nursing license (RN) or valid New Jersey social work certification/license (CSW/LSW/LCSW).
          • Must have a minimum of a Bachelor or master’s degree in nursing (BSN/MSN) OR a Bachelor or Master degree in social work (BSW/MSW).
          • Must have one year of experience in pediatric case management for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs.
          • Bilingual Spanish

          Salary: $55,000.00 - $61,000.00/annum

          Application Process: Apply online here: https://careers.middlesexcountynj.gov/jobs or email Jeanne Wong at  jeanne.manchin@co.middlesex.nj.us with interest.

        • Date Posted: March 11, 2024

          Company Name: Middlesex County Office of Health Services mission is to support and empower survivors and significant others affected by sexual violence, and to help eliminate all forms of sexual violence through community awareness and education.

          Job Description: Per Diem Counselor is responsible for providing evidence-based treatment for survivors of
          sexual violence via individual, group, family, and crisis counseling (in Spanish for a bilingual counselor).

          Responsibilities:

          • Facilitate individual, group, family, and crisis therapy sessions.
          • Demonstrate competency in the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to meet clients’ psychological and social needs, including through an intersectional lens.
          • Conduct therapeutic interviews to assist clients to gain insight into personal problems, define goals, and develop a treatment plan.
          • Coordinate the development and implementation of the treatment plan and reviews within established time frames.
          • Document sessions in client record in a timely manner according to established policies.
          • Interact professionally and respectfully while maintaining and ensuring HIPAA, ethical standards, and professional boundaries with all staff and clients.
          • Perform other related duties as assigned or requested.

          Qualifications:

          • Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling, Social Work or related field.
          • New Jersey licensure in good standing: Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), LSW, LAC or Licensed Psychologist.
          • Bilingual in Spanish preferred.

          Salary: $36.00 - $45.00/hour

          Application Process: Apply online here: https://careers.middlesexcountynj.gov/jobs or email Jeanne Wong at  jeanne.manchin@co.middlesex.nj.us with interest.

        • Date Posted: March 11, 2024

          Company Name: Brownstone Center (brownstonewellnesscenter.net)

          Job Type: Full- and Part-Time positions available

          Location: Northfield, NJ

          Qualifications:

          • LSW/LCSW

          Benefits:

          • Competitive rate
          • Paid time off (PTO)

          Application Process: Please email drdeborah@browntonewellnesscenter.net or call (609) 833-1644 for immediate consideration.

        • Date Posted: March 10, 2024

          Company NameCommunity Services Group (CSG)

          See multiple open positions below and browse herehttps://csgonline.org/careers/

          • Assistant Program Director | Lancaster | Bachelor’s or Associate’s + exp. | Adult MH Services
          • Clinical Coordinator | Lancaster | Master’s + exp. | Adult MH Services
          • Program Director $2,000 Sign-On-Bonus | Lancaster | Degree + exp. | Adult IDD Services
          • Program Specialist - $1,000 Sign-On-Bonus | Harrisburg & Lancaster | Degree + exp. | Adult IDD Services
          • Program Supervisor | Bethlehem, Lebanon, & Lititz | HS Dipl. or GED + 1 yr. exp. | Adult IDD Services
          • Residential Services Manager | Lebanon |Degree or HS Dipl. or GED + exp. | Adult IDD Services
          • Residential Services Manager - $1,000 Sign-On-Bonus | Lancaster | Degree or HS Dipl. or GED + exp. | Adult IDD Services
          • Program Manager l York | Degree or HS Dipl. or GED + exp. | Adult IDD Services
        • Date Posted: March 10, 2024

          Company Name and Description: Center For Family Services is a leader in the non-profit sector and named as a top workplace in the region since 2010. Our staff balance best practices with personalized care. Together our team makes a positive difference in the lives of
          people in need. If you're interested in a rewarding career, Center For Family Services is a great place to grow as a professional. For more information about our top workplace, please visit Center For Family Services website at www.centerffs.org.

          Job Type: Full-Time

          Job Description: We are seeking a professional, culturally sensitive individual for the Trauma Recovery Center to conduct clinical intakes, individual and group psychotherapy, and care coordination using evidence-based practices for survivors of crime. The Trauma Recovery Center works within a trauma-informed, hope-centered framework that creates an environment whose daily practices promote the well-being of both staff and those we serve.

          Location: Camden, NJ (hybrid)

          Responsibilities:

          • Conduct clinical intakes and counseling using a trauma-informed approach and identify service needs.
          • Develop a service plan that is hope-centered and includes long-term goals, short-term objectives, and interventions.
          • Facilitate care coordination of services among various agencies and link clients to needed services.
          • Promote and demonstrate cultural humility in client care and staff interactions that respond respectfully to the strengths and skills of diverse ethnicities and cultures, languages, socio- economic classes, disabilities, religions, genders, sexual orientation, and other diversity-related factors.
          • Participate in clinical supervision in accordance with the guidelines of their professional organization.
          • Participate in multi-disciplinary team meetings, case conference meetings, agency-wide meetings, and conferences.
          • Attend trainings that may include TF-CBT, Cognitive Processing Therapy, Motivational
          • Interviewing, Seeking Safety, and other trauma-specific interventions.
          • May provide presentations or workshops to community partners.
          • Complete documentation and the Level of Service as identified in the grant.
          • Perform other duties as assigned.

          Requirements:

          • MSW or MA in social work, counseling, or a related field.
          • NJ License required: LCSW, LPC, MFT, LSW, or LAC.
          • Knowledge in trauma informed care and adverse childhood experiences.
          • Experience providing individual and group counseling.
          • Work in a hybrid environment and some evenings.
          • Bilingual in Spanish is preferred.
          • Valid driver's license, insurance, and clean driving record.

          Benefits:

          • Excellent paid time off (PTO) program, including vacation, sick, personal, and holiday
          • 401k plan
          • Medical insurance plan options
          • Dental and vision insurance
          • Prescription insurance
          • Life insurance
          • Flexible spending accounts
          • Health and wellness activities
          • Ongoing training and professional development opportunities
          • Opportunity for advancement

          Application Process: Apply online here: https://centerffs.e3applicants.com/careers/Counselor--Trauma-Services-4225-3238

        • Date Posted: March 10, 2024

          Company Name: Lafayette College

          Job Description: The Director, Student Advocacy and Prevention is a full-time, 12-month position. Reporting to the Dean of Students, the Director serves as a resource, advocate, and liaison for a diverse population of students and works directly with students who have experienced sexual and interpersonal violence. The Director has training in the field of advocacy for victims/survivors; provides on-campus support for students who have been impacted by sexual and/or interpersonal violence; assists students in navigating College systems; serves as a resource to colleagues; and helps to provide quality integrated support for students. Though the role provides a confidential resource to students, the position is non-clinical – records are not privileged from legal discovery and clinical supervision is not provided. In addition to support and advocacy services, this role plays a critical part in coordinating and supporting the College’s efforts around programming for students, faculty, and staff related to sexual and gender-based violence education and prevention.

          Responsibilities:

          • Provide confidential support to students who have reported sexual and/or interpersonal violence. Provide trauma-informed support and assistance to student victims/survivors/complainants who have been impacted by sexual violence, dating/domestic violence, and stalking, by assessing their needs, identifying appropriate referrals, and creating plans of action.
          • Provide support when needed by formulating intervention plans to mitigate risk and enhance student success; facilitating communication with referral sources, providers, and caregivers; ongoing monitoring of students adherence to care and safety plans.
          • Compile aggregate data about trends in interpersonal violence support services and share data/trends with various stakeholders.
          • Build and maintain positive collaborative relationships with College faculty, staff, and outside agencies to provide care coordination and support through advocacy and referrals.
          • Collaborate with Development/Government and Corporate Relations on state/federal/foundation grants as opportunities present themselves to advance functional area.
          • Advise student groups and other departments to provide training and collaboratively plan, implement, and evaluate sexual violence prevention and education programs. Track campus educational and prevention programming related to sexual violence.
          • Supervise team of peer educators in delivery of peer to peer programming to targeted populations and facilitate other administrative tasks associated with the core functioning of the program.
          • Oversee prevention, awareness, and outreach events related to interpersonal violence.
          • Deliver annual and customized trainings across the campus community, including trainings to first year students, various student leaders, student athletes, and staff/faculty.
          • Facilitate Coordinated Community Response Team in support of cross divisional collaboration in addressing campus prevention, response, and support initiatives.
          • Participate in applicable campus and community coordination meetings to maintain updated knowledge of resources, and to streamline referral processes.
          • Provide input in the development of departmental goals, strategies, operations, and procedures.
          • Attend Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) meetings, practicing confidentiality and best practices on how and when information is shared.
          • Attend on-going professional development opportunities to ensure best practices and a commitment to continuing education.
          • Execute responsibilities of the It’s On Us grant.

          Qualifications:

          • Master's degree in higher education administration, social work, counseling, public health or a closely related field
          • Demonstrated knowledge of case management systems and experience with referrals, documentation, and active follow-up.
          • Demonstrated knowledge of trauma-informed care and reporting options for victims/survivors.
          • Experience working cooperatively with others in a multidisciplinary team environment.
          • Experience dealing with multiple, complex issues simultaneously.
          • Strong commitment to working effectively with diverse populations.
          • Experience working with clients/students who have experienced sexual misconduct, including sexual violence.
          • Excellent interpersonal skills, including both oral and written.

          Application Process: Please provide a cover letter, resume and contact information for three references. http://apply.interfolio.com/140120

        • Date Posted: March 10, 2024

          Company Name: Hackensack Meridian Health Southern Ocean Medical Center

          Job Description: Seeking a social worker with an LSW/LCSW certification for our emergency department who can work with an interdisciplinary team. Daily schedule is 8:00 am - 4:30 pm, with weekend coverage once a month. Strong assessment skills and knowledge of the social determinants of health and community resources are needed.

          Application Process: Please email Donna Keosseian at donna.keosseian@hmhn.org with interest.