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Director of Family Intervention Programs. Catholic Charities in South Boston is looking for a Director of the Family Intervention Programs. Responsible for administrative and supervisory responsibilities for the various social services programs associated with the Laboure Center, such as overseeing hiring, training, evaluation and terminations as needed; participate in the annual planning and budgeting process for assigned programs; insure that staff submits client service, statistical, and demographic information on a timely basis; review monthly financial statements for each program, participate in grant writing and reporting to funders and maintain oversight of grants and reports; and represent Laboure’s programs at community coalitions and city-wide meetings as needed. Qualifications include a LICSW or LMHC with five years post-graduate experience in human services; three years supervisory and/or administrative experience; knowledge of family services, child welfare and/or community services; experience in working in the field of addiction and recovery; the ability to communicate orally and writing in a professional manner when working with employees, vendors, collaborators and other associates; proficient with Microsoft Office Suite; and valid Massachusetts driver’s license and reliable vehicle for local travel. We offer an attractive benefits package, and on-site parking. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to: email@example.com, and reference job #5193. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Social Work Health Care Facility Surveyors. The Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Department of Public Health, Boston, Mass., has openings for 3 FT Social Work Health Care Facility Surveyors. Incumbents for this position survey health care facilities for compliance with state and federal laws, regulations and clinical standard of practices and write reports of their findings. Minimum Entrance Requirements: Applicants must have at least (A) four years of full-time, or equivalent part-time, professional experience in the fields of health care or medical care in a recognized clinic, hospital or medical facility, and (B) of which at least two years must have been in an administrative, managerial or supervisory capacity, or (C) any equivalent combination of the required experience and the substitutions below. Substitutions: A Bachelor's degree with a major in health care administration, hospital administration or public health may be substituted for a maximum of two years of the required (A) experience.*; A Graduate degree with a major in health care administration, hospital administration or public health may be substituted for a maximum of two years of the required (A) experience and one year of the required (B) experience.* (*Education toward such a degree will be prorated on the basis of the proportion of the requirements actually completed.) NOTE: Educational substitutions will only be permitted for a maximum of three years of the required experience. Substitutions will be permitted for a maximum of one year of the required (B) experience. Applicants must possess a current and valid license as a professional social worker (LCSW or LICSW) is preferred, or professional license in a related field may be substituted. 2) Possession of a current and valid Massachusetts Class D Motor Vehicle Operator’s license required. $54,945.80 - $79,658.54 annually. Please forward resumes to: email@example.com Include posting ID # J40445 with your resume. DPH is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer
Clinical Director. Catholic Charities Genesis II Program in Newton seeks a Clinical Director to join our team. The Clinical Director will oversee the clinical services at Genesis II and will provide direct services to the adult residents. Will be responsible for all clinical services and providing direct supervision to the family therapist, case manager and child services coordinator; assure treatment is meeting best practice standards; actively participate in all team meetings, house meetings, and DPH meetings when required; assure compliance with regulations and payor requirements; will complete all diagnostic assessments for adult residents; provide clinical training to own staff and participate in region-wide training programs; develop and maintain relationships with community providers; and complete own clinical documentation in a timely manner, and assure the proper and timely completion of clinical documentation by staff. Qualifications include a LICSW or LMHC, and a Master’s degree in Social Work or related field is required; must also have a minimum of 5 years post-graduate experience in behavioral health services including both mental health and substance abuse treatment environments, as well as supervisory experience. Knowledge of Trauma Informed Treatment is also required. Candidate must be proficient with Microsoft Office Suite; and have a valid Massachusetts driver’s license for local travel with use of the agency vehicle. We offer an attractive benefits package, a congenial work environment, and on-site parking. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please reference job #5187 in the subject line.
Clinical Supervisor. CHD’s Caring Together Continuum Services seeks to hire an independently licensed Clinical Supervisor to provide clinical leadership in each of two brand new programs funded by the Department of Mental Health and the Department of Children and Families. One program serves Hampshire County; the other serves Franklin County. The Continuum Services will provide an array of community-based wraparound services that are designed to maintain youth within their homes and support families as the primary caregiver. Services will include in-home family treatment, parent support, youth mentoring, youth and family outreach, care coordination and linkage with both formal and informal community resources and supports. Continuum Services are family-driven and youth-guided, are individualized, trauma-informed, strength-based and designed to meet unique needs of each youth and family. Duties would include but are not limited to; being a member of a Core Team as well as directly supervising masters level clinicians, direct care outreach workers and peer mentors; developing individual treatment plans; delivering evidence-based services (e.g. Motivational Interviewing, Trauma- Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy ) and linking families to community resources. Professional License Required (LICSW, LMHC) with a Minimum of 3 years of clinical supervisory experience and demonstrated experience with managing within a clinical environment. We are seeking a responsible, organized and energetic leader with a professional attitude and a positive work ethic. The desired candidate will also have excellent verbal and written communication skills, computer proficiency and the ability to multi task. Send letter of interest along with resume to John Roberson, Vice President, 332 Birnie Avenue, Springfield, MA 01107 or email to email@example.com. AA/EEO employer.
Part-Time Clinician Needed. Agents of Change Counseling (agentsofchangecounseling.com) in Westborough seeks independently licensed clinician with private practice experience and private insurance empanelments. Part-time, 8-12 hours/week, afternoons and evenings. Must be experienced in: children/adolescents, trauma, substance abuse, family therapy, couples counseling. We offer a congenial work environment, provide all referrals and opportunities for peer supervision. We enjoy excellent relationships with local referral sources and seek to serve the needs of the community with compassionate outstanding clinical care. 508-366-2300.
Intensive Care Coordinator. Exciting opportunity to join our growing and highly regarded, stable organization as an Intensive Care Coordinator in our innovative child mental health program. Work as part of a team to oversee the care planning and coordination of services to children with serious emotional disturbance. Primary responsibilities include: •engaging families •conducting clinical assessments •planning services based upon family needs and goals •working to oversee implementation of plans. Orientation, training in high fidelity wraparound, and supervision towards licensure will be provided. On-call and evening work required. Bi-lingual (Spanish/English) preferred. Required Skills •Masters Degree in mental health or related human services field required •Independent clinical licensure preferred Required Experience •Minimum of one-year experience working with children with serious emotional disturbance required •Community-based experience strongly preferred •Excellent communication and organizational skills required •Basic computer fluency, including Microsoft Office, required •Valid driver’s license and reliable vehicle required. Competitive salary. For immediate consideration, please visit www.riversidecc.org/careers and apply today!
Social Worker Summit ElderCare - Multiple Needs! Job ID: 3597 # Positions: 1 Posted Date: 2/12/2014 Category: Social Work Product Line: Summit ElderCare Overview: About Fallon Community Health Plan: Founded in 1977, Fallon Community Health Plan is a nationally recognized, not-for-profit health care services organization. From traditional health insurance products available throughout Massachusetts for all populations, to innovative health care programs and services for independent seniors, FCHP supports the diverse and changing needs of all those it serves. FCHP has consistently ranked among the nation’s top health plans, and is the only health plan in Massachusetts to have been awarded “Excellent” Accreditation by the National Committee for Quality Assurance for its HMO, Medicare Advantage and Medicaid products. For more information, visit fchp.org. About Summit ElderCare: Summit ElderCare is a medical, insurance, and social support program that helps older adults remain living in the community as an alternative to moving to a nursing home. They get personalized care and attention and comprehensive benefits. Position Overview: Responsible for direct social work case services. Participates on the PACE Interdisciplinary Team and provides support to participants, families and other caregivers. Responsibilities: * Provides individual, group and family support to participants, families and other caregivers * Hears caregiver concerns; educates and supports; facilitates communications with other team members; organizes and facilitates family/caregiver/team meetings * Assists clients with paperwork as needed; informs and makes referrals to community services; acts as liaison with community agencies; advocates for participants * Participates in the development, promotion and implementation of Caregiver Support groups or programs. Leads or co-leads groups as necessary * Documents intake information from participants/families/caregivers, administers MSQ, composes intake summaries and manages relevant intake paperwork * Assists in managing referral telephone calls * Participates in semi-annual evaluation of participants and collaborates with MSW on development of the social service care plan. * Travels to nursing homes to participate in family meetings * Meets with Interdisciplinary Team and contributes to plan of care including participation at morning team meetings, care planning and intake meetings * Responsible for the maintenance of appropriate records and documentation including current written notes of all participant-related interactions * Completes paperwork related to disenrollments, deaths and permanent placements; distributes relevant notifications * Collaborate with the Operations Support Representative to assure collection and communication of information related to Medicaid eligibility and enrollment * Establishes and maintains effective collegiality with other team members * Assists staff in understanding the social, family systems, and psychological aspects of participants’ situations * Provides coverage for team members as needed and appropriate (e.g. telephone coverage, assisting in the day room) * Pursues relevant professional development through attending appropriate workshops and in-service activities to maintain current professional status * Consistently follows Social Work Code of Ethics * Other duties as assigned Qualifications: Education: Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work????? License: Licensed to practice as a Social Worker in MA????? Experience: At least two years experience in a social work capacity, preferably in a community setting with a minimum?of 1 year experience working with a frail or elderly population.???? Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/4w3zzd8
Psychotherapist. Clinician to join thriving private practice group in Chelmsford. Comfortable, collegial atmosphere. Generalist - children and couples a plus. Part-time to full-time. Good earning potential. Contact at firstname.lastname@example.org
Clinical Coordinator. Clinical Coordinator - Arlington Wayside’s innovative program in Arlington, MA seeks Clinical Coordinator for community-based mental health treatment for young adults (ages 18 to 25) living with major mental illness, substance abuse and personality disorder. Independent clinical MA license required plus at least 3 years of supervisory experience. Ability to travel to surrounding communities and provide on-call support to outreach staff also required. Experience with Motivational Interviewing, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Trauma-Informed Care and In-Home Therapy desired. Visit www.waysideyouth.org or follow the link below to apply: https://home.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=8858161
Fee for Service Clinicians (Canton). We are looking for talented, compassionate therapists (LICSW or equivalent) to join our growing practice. We treat adult individuals, couples, and families in a warm, supportive atmosphere. Flexible schedule including evening/weekend hours available. We provide office, billing services, supervision, collegiality and generous compensation in lovely offices on Rte 138 in Canton. Independent licensure in Massachusetts required. Email email@example.com
BI-LINGUAL SPANISH MATCH SUPPORT SPECIALIST. As a Match Support Specialist at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay (BBBSMB), you are part of a team that delivers the volunteer, youth and parent support experiences that sets BBBSMB mentoring apart from all others. We seek great candidates adept at using the telephone and internet to provide personalized attention in our programs. Onsite match events and activities and collaboration with other Program teams fill out the opportunity overview. The goal of the Match Support team is to nurture and sustain the Big and Little experience for volunteer adults, families and youth. They effectively coach and motivate volunteers to grow friendships that result in positive youth development. You are the first person in the agency to see impact of BBBSMB programs. We have a fun, collaborative, high-performance, high-impact culture. There are qualitative and quantitative measures of performance calling you to your personal best. Qualifications include: Bachelors or Masters degree with focus in education, humanities, social sciences or non-profit management preferred. 2-3 years of human service or volunteer management experience required. Intermediate level Spanish communication skills are necessary. Experience in case management desired. BBBSMB serves a diverse population and seeks staff which reflects this diversity. Early weekday evenings required and select weekend days occasional. Competitive salary and benefits package. BBBSMB is an equal opportunity employer. Please send resume and cover letter to Match Support Search Committee to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Protective Service Supervisor. Position Description: The Protective Services (PS) Supervisor will provide regular administrative and clinical supervision to caseworkers who investigate reports of abuse, neglect and financial exploitation of individuals age 60 and older. He/she will work with caseworkers to ensure cases are in compliance with polices and regulations, are handled in a timely manner, and are effective in service care development/ intervention. The PS Supervisor will also serve as one of the go-to individuals for agency staff regarding the protective service program. He/ she will also be a resource and develop strong working relations with community partners, such as the local police departments, councils on aging, mental health agencies and other key constituents and organizations within our service area. This position will report directly to the Protective Services Program Manager and will work collaboratively to ensure program standards and regulations are met. He/she will be responsible for attending community task forces, and making formal presentations as needed. A strong candidate will have a successful supervision track record, and the ability to set clear priorities in a busy and ever changing work environment. The PS Supervisor overall will be an unwavering leader and an experienced problem solver. Qualifications: Master’s Degree in Social Work, Human Services, Nursing, Psychology, Sociology or related field. LICSW preferred. Apply: http://springwell.snaphire.com/?job=7440NAS
Case Manager at Mental Health Residential Program. Step By Step Supportive Services, Inc. (SBS) is a small non-profit organization specializing in providing customized support to adults with psychiatric, social and/or cognitive disabilities, both at the Residential and Outreach level. We are seeking a full-time case manager to work alongside our clients and help them in realizing their dreams. The case manager will perform the following duties: Assist clients with day-to-day living including grocery shopping, apartment organization, and meal planning Facilitate evening community dinner program Develop and implement support plans Collaborate with treatment teams and families Implement client activity schedule Be an active part of a dynamic support team in clinical meetings Provide transportation support as needed Advocate with and for clients to obtain and maintain entitlements Be part of an on-call rotation Lead therapeutic groups This position includes weekend and evening hours Requirements: Bachelors degree in related field with at least 2 years experience; Masters preferred Experience working in a residential and/or vocational setting Ability to multi-task Excellent interpersonal skills Experience running groups Strong organizational skills Valid driver’s license with good driving record Salary range: 40,000-45,000. Contact: 617-505-1254.
Associate Director of Community Services. Position Description: The Associate Director of Community Services will provide leadership and direction to the agency’s Case Management, Community Transitions and Protective Services Departments and ensures that services are provided in accordance with the agency’s mission. The Associate Director will be responsible to manage our Program Managers in these departments to guarantee compliance, challenge them to be innovative while keeping in mind the broad scope of the agency’s goals and finding creative mechanisms to operate with our fiscal limitations. The Associate Director will lead and partake in clinical activities including interdisciplinary cases and conference and work closely with our Chief Operating Officer on various quality improvement projects. Qualifications: Master’s Degree in Social Work, Management, Public Health or related field preferred or a Bachelor’s Degree with three years of related experience. LICSW preferred. Three years experience as a supervisor or program manager. Familiarity with community services for elders and the Massachusetts aging network preferred. Demonstrated planning, program development and management skills. Apply: http://springwell.snaphire.com/?job=7420MON
HIV/AIDS Coordinator. MSW or RN needed with 2 years of experience in HIV/AIDS and case management. Responsible for overall program coordination ensuring quality care and direct services to clients. Other responsibilities include: case management, supervision, training, preparing statistical reports, monitoring budgets, and integrating services across other programs, attending community meetings, and general administrative tasks. Supervisory experience required; ability to speak second language (Spanish or Portuguese) preferred. Salary range 40,000 - 42,000. Contact: email@example.com or http://www.uphamscornerhealthctr.com/
Geriatric Mental Health Social Worker. Geriatric Mental Health Social Worker- Full time opportunity for a skilled Clinician to provide assessment and counseling of older adults in our Waltham office and in home visits in Greater Boston. Must have LICSW and experience in working with older adults utilizing evidence informed treatment approaches. This person will work closely with staff of our large Senior Services Division. Responsibilities include participation in program development, community education and outreach, and working in an interdisciplinary licensed mental health clinic. Wonderful career opportunity with much growth potential. Salary commensurate with education, experience & certification. Please send resume with cover letter to JF&CS, 1430 Main Street, Waltham, MA 02451, Attn. Human Resources or email: HR@jfcsboston.org. JF&CS is an Equal Opportunity Employer. www.jfcsboston.org
Psychiatric Emergency Services Director, Norwood. In this dynamic and critical role, you will oversee Riverside Community Care’s Emergency Services Program that provides 24/7 assessment and crisis intervention to individuals in our offices, hospital EDs and community outreach locations. As an inspiring leader of our outstanding supervisors, clinicians, family partners and peer specialists all of whom are committed to high quality and compassionate clinical care to meet the needs of people in crisis, you will also collaborate with local hospitals, police, schools and other providers, and offer excellent clinical consultation and support. Bring your masters or doctoral degree in a mental health discipline, independent clinical licensure, 5+ years of clinical experience and 2 years in a management/supervisory role, and prior ESP experience. Riverside Community Care is an award winning non-profit behavioral health and human services provider serving eastern and central MA. Our program managers enjoy coordinating services with colleagues in Riverside's large array of other services such as outpatient mental health, CBFS, clubhouses, children's outreach and care coordination programs and services for individuals with mental health, substance abuse, head injury or developmental disabilities. Required Skills: • Must have a valid driver's license and a reliable car for local travel. Required Experience: • a masters or doctoral degree in a mental health discipline • independent clinical licensure • a minimum of 5 years of clinical experience • 2 years in a management/supervisory role. Prior demonstrated ESP experience is essential. For immediate consideration, please visit www.riversidecc.org/careers to apply today. We look forward to hearing from You!
Psychiatric Emergency Services Director, Milford. In this dynamic and critical role, you will oversee Riverside Community Care’s Emergency Services Program that provides 24/7 assessment and crisis intervention to individuals in our offices, hospital EDs and community outreach locations. As an inspiring leader of our outstanding supervisors, clinicians, family partners and peer specialists all of whom are committed to high quality and compassionate clinical care to meet the needs of people in crisis, you will also collaborate with local hospitals, police, schools and other providers, and offer excellent clinical consultation and support. Bring your masters or doctoral degree in a mental health discipline, independent clinical licensure, 5+ years of clinical experience and 2 years in a management/supervisory role, and prior ESP experience. Riverside Community Care is an award winning non-profit behavioral health and human services provider serving eastern and central MA. Our program managers enjoy coordinating services with colleagues in Riverside's large array of other services such as outpatient mental health, CBFS, clubhouses, children's outreach and care coordination programs and services for individuals with mental health, substance abuse, head injury or developmental disabilities. Required Skills: • Must have a valid driver's license and a reliable car for local travel. Required Experience: • a masters or doctoral degree in a mental health discipline • independent clinical licensure • a minimum of 5 years of clinical experience • 2 years in a management/supervisory role. Prior demonstrated ESP experience is essential. For immediate consideration, please visit www.riversidecc.org/careers to apply today. We look forward to hearing from You!
LICSW in Pediatric Primary Care setting. Needham Pediatrics, an affiliate of Boston Children's Hospital has an exciting opportunity for a LICSW in pediatric behavioral health integration. The provider will deliver short-term, behavioral health services to patients and families and help coordinate behavioral health referrals. A miniumum of 3 years clinical experience and licensure in Massachusetts is required. Experience with cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing and problem solving therapy is desirable. Send inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Program Director. Dare Family Services is looking for a responsible individual who will provide overall administrative and clinical supervision/management for our family services’ program in Somerville, MA. Responsibilities include clinical and programmatic management, monitoring and coordinating the quality of case work practices within the Placement and Family Support and Stabilization Components. Candidates must have a Master’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology or related field and relevant license, a minimum of five years of administrative experience, and a drivers’ license. Salary: $70-$75,000. Resumes to: Human Resources, Dare Family Services, 265 Medford Street, Somerville, MA. 02143, fax to 617-629-2713 or email email@example.com. Dare Family Services offers generous holiday/vacation plans along with excellent medical, dental and life and disability insurance.
Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker The Online Care Group (OCG) is a cutting edge telehealth clinical practice looking to expand its services. OCG is currently seeking Bilingual (Spanish speaking) Licensed Independent Clinical Social Workers to join its team on part time basis (10 hours per week), to diagnose, treat and support mental, behavioral and emotional issues through its national telehealth programs in partnership with American Well. This a work from home position, with a monthly meeting at the office in Boston. As part of this position, OCG will be aggressively licensing therapists in all 50 states, plus DC. Therapists must be committed to completing the licensure process ASAP. During this time we will require you to come into the office for the application process. Requirements: Master’s Degree in Social Work 5 years of Experience as a Licensed Independent Social Worker Current, Active LICSW license Flexible Schedule Duties may include: Diagnose and provide treatment to individuals with behavioral disorders and emotional disturbances. Refer Patients to our Physician Network Research and refer clients to community resources Skills and Specifications: Ability to communicate effectively via video and email Ability to analyze and interpret information to plan appropriate interventions. Access to the internet through an Ethernet cable connection. If interested please send resume to: Erika.firstname.lastname@example.org
Fee for Service Clinicians. Fee for Service positions (up to 40 hours per week) available for clinicians. Independent licensure and child/adolescent experience preferred. Provide clinical services to children, adolescents, families and adults in our collegial, supportive and dynamic outpatient center. Offering flexible schedules & additional compensation under productivity bonus plan. Riverside offers an outstanding staff training program, excellent clinical supervision, strong billing and administrative supports, and career advancement opportunities. Benefits available for Fee for Service staff who work a minimum number of billable hours. Required Skills •Must have excellent communication, clinical and organizational skills •Basic computer fluency (including Microsoft Office) required •Must have a valid driver's lincense and access to a reliable vehicle Required Experience •Master’s degree in social work, psychology, or counseling required •Independent licensure preferred •Clinical experience with children, adolescents, and families, preferably in an outpatient setting, preferred For immediate consideration, please visit www.riversidecc.org/careers and apply today!
Social Worker (FFS). Department: Psych Outpatient Dept Location: Central Street Health Center Employment Type: Per Diem Job Type: Union Union Name: USW -TCH/SH Social Workers Work Shift: Days/Evenings Work Days: Flexible Hours/Week: 0 Date Posted: Dec-3-13 Requisition Number: hrq-47207 Job Details: • Master's Degree • Fee-for -service clinicians work in different sites throughout CHA. For all positions LICSW required. Clinician will conduct initial evaluations as well as work with ongoing psychotherapy cases and will handle crisis intervention as needed. Must complete all paperwork in timely fashion and work collaboratively with others. Specific skills needed for site-specific work to meet needs of patients in site, e.g., adults, children, couples, families, major mental illness, substance abuse, or victims of violence as well as to work within a specific therapeutic orientation (e.g., psychodynamic, CBT, etc.). Education/Training: Masters degree, Social Work Licensure: Current MA licensure as LICSW (Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker). Hourly Wage. Apply Here: http://www.Click2apply.net/xn4x8kc
Interdisciplinary Fellowship in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities. Boston Children’s Hospital Fellowship (September-May) part time, Requires Fridays (8-4) plus 1/2 day (flexible). interdisciplinary training in Autism, IDD, Policy, Leadership, Research, Advocacy, and Systems of Care. $4000 stipend. To apply contact: Lauren Berman at Lauren.Berman@Childrens.Harvard.edu
Outreach/Social Worker. This full-time benefited position evaluates the needs of Weston senior citizens referred to the Council on Aging providing information, referrals and counseling services; all related work as required. This position works both independently and as part of a team of professionals. Master's Degree in Social Work specialization in gerontology; 3-5 years of experience in the assessment and evaluation of elderly clients. Salary range $54,573-$61,214. Send cover letter and resume to Human Resources Director, Town Hall, 11 Town House Road, Weston, MA 02493 by March 21, 2014 or email email@example.com (email preferred)
Care Management Team Supervisor. Employment Type: Full Time (37.5 hours per week) Benefits: Comprehensive Benefits Package Position Description: Provide regular administrative and clinical supervision for case management staff who assess needs, coordinate services and monitor services for seniors and individuals with disabilities who live at home. Qualifications: Master’s Degree in Social Work or related degree plus two years social work experience preferably in the field of aging or disabilities. LICSW, previous supervisory experience, group facilitation skills and experience working with an interdisciplinary team. Strong clinical skills and knowledge of issues related to aging. Truly comfortable using a computer.Strong belief in the right of all people to decide if, when and how they receive support. Apply online http://springwell.snaphire.com/?job=7400NAS or visit our website www.springwell.com.
Child/Adolescent Psychotherapist. Aurora Counseling Associates, LLC [www.auroracounselingassociates.com] in Natick seeks child/adolescent clinician 30 hours/week in new, lovely, dedicated office. Private practice experience required, private insurance empanelments preferred but will obtain for the right candidate. We provide referrals, billing/administrative support and a competitive fee split. We value our clinicians, enjoy excellent relationships with referral sources and serve the community with a welcoming attitude. Please contact BethAnn Schacht, LMHC, Director at 774-292-9007 - thank you!
Family Clinician. Great full-time salaried opportunity for a Clinician to work as part of a Family Therapy Team to provide a range of intensive home and community based services to children ages 3-20, and their families. The Family Clinician will provide: diagnostic assessment service planning individual and family counseling crisis intervention case management coordination of services to assist families in maintaining their children within the home Excellent supervision and training provided. Flexible schedule including evening and weekend hours Required Skills 2 years family counseling or home-based clinical work required Excellent verbal communication/writing skills required Excellent organizational and time-management skills required Computer fluency, including Microsoft Word/Outlook, required Personal vehicle and valid driver’s licensed required Required Experience Masters Degree in Human Services field Independent license preferred but not necessary. Competitive salary. For immediate consideration, please visit www.riversidecc.org/careers to apply today!
Outpatient Therapist – Geriatrics Department – Part Time (20 Hours) at McLean Hospital, Belmont, MA. McLean Hospital is a comprehensive psychiatric hospital committed to providing easy access to superior quality, cost-effective mental health services in the Boston area, Massachusetts and beyond. Job Description: A Clinician in McLean Ambulatory Services is an independently licensed clinician who provides clinical services for assigned patients, and participates in the activities of the specific clinic program. He/she is encouraged to participate in hospital activities including committees, teaching, and research. He/she should have demonstrated clinical experience relevant to the patient needs of the program. Responsibilities: • Geriatric Case Management and Care coordination, resource development and referral services, where appropriate • Individual and group therapy with patients. • Maintains contact with family members as appropriate • Serves as liaison to other health care professionals including mental health practitioners and others (e.g., PCP) • Responsible for Utilization Management • Documents in the record by the completion of treatment plans, patient encounter forms, appropriate progress notes, clinical summaries, and other documentation in accordance with hospital policies • Performs other duties as assigned. Education: Appropriate to clinical discipline (e.g., MSW, PhD, PsyD, MD, APRN) INDEPENDENT license appropriate to discipline required. Must be eligible for hospital credentialing. Applicants should apply at www.mclean.harvard.edu McLean Hospital is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity/ADA Employer A Member of the Partners HealthCare System
Behavioral Health Therapist. Responsible for delivery of Behavioral Health services to registered patients in a dynamic, multicultural community health center. Provide psychosocial assessments and treatment to individuals, couples, family and groups. Providecrisis intervention and information about community resources and services to clients. Maintain individual caseload and deliver group therapy for children and/or adults. Attend multidisciplinary treatment team meetings and Utilization Reviews Completing all appropriate paperwork and documentation in compliance with Behavioral Health department policy and procedures. MSW and current Massachusetts LICSW license. Bilingual in Spanish or Portuguese Creole. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or http://www.uphamscornerhealthctr.com/
Protective Service Support Worker. Position Description: Do you like to roll up your sleeves and be a part of a team that solves tough cases? If so, our new Protective Service Support Worker (PSSW) position may be right for you. The main function of the PS Support Worker will be as our On-Call PS Worker several days each week, as well as being the primary backup for taking PS reports. The PS Support Worker will also occasionally accompany Protective Service Workers (PSW) on home visits, and be responsible for miscellaneous case duties. The PSSW will also perform research on resources for PS clients, and assist the Protective Services Program Manager (PSPM) with administrative tasks. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree, 2 years related experience and excellent computer skills. Apply online: http://springwell.snaphire.com/?job=7340NAS
Outreach/ Therapeutic Mentor. The Outreach/Therapeutic Mentor provides safe, therapeutic, structured activities to youth served by the program in collaboration with clinical staff; provides one to one in-home specialing for designated youth as needed. Required Skills 21 years of age or older Valid driver’s license, safe driving record, and car. Required Experience Bachelors Degree in mental health related discipline preferred (1) year experience working with youth or, Associate Degree in Human Services field and one (1) year experience working with youth or, High School Diploma or GED and minimum of two (2) years of experience working with youth. Six months to a year experience working with children and/or adolescents with emotional difficulties and their families. Competitive salary. For immediate consideration, please visit us at www.riversidecc.org/careers to apply today!
Bilingual LICSW for Telehealth Practice. The Online Care Group (OCG) is a cutting edge telehealth clinical practice looking to expand its services. OCG is currently seeking Bilingual (Spanish speaking) Licensed Independent Clinical Social Workers to join its team on part time basis (10 hours per week), to diagnose, treat and support mental, behavioral and emotional issues through its national telehealth programs in partnership with American Well. This a work from home position, with a monthly meeting at the office in Boston. As part of this position, OCG will be aggressively licensing therapists in all 50 states, plus DC. Therapists must be committed to completing the licensure process ASAP. During this time we will require you to come into the office for the application process. Competitive salary. Requirements: Master’s Degree in Social Work 2-3 years of Experience as a Licensed Independent Social Worker Current, Active LICSW license Flexible Schedule To apply, contact Erika Anderholm: Erika.email@example.com
Child/Adolescent Therapist. Pt therapist to join 15 licensed clinicians in Foxboro. Great opportunity. Flexible schedule, beautiful building, multidisciplinary colleagues. Fee for service. Resumes to Dr Kerzner at firstname.lastname@example.org. Must have LICSW.
Part-Time Group Educator Women's Programs/Agency Staff. Self Esteem Boston is expanding its training team for Boston women's direct service programs and State staff development. We seek reliable, compassionate, organized, and confident group leaders who understand the unique role of a facilitator and who enjoy transformation and seeing people change their lives. Driving to program sites required. Must own car. Must be comfortable working in diverse communities. Must have some degree of schedule flexibility. These are extremely awarding opportunities. Applicants must have experience facilitating psychoeducational programs. Please discuss your experience in your cover letter and clearly document on your resume. Programs are available mornings and early afternoons. College degree required. Masters Degree preferred. LADC, LMHC, M.Ed, LICSW, or coaching certification. Skills we value: Knowledge of self-esteem, organized, teamwork, reliability, ability to follow a curriculum, good record-keeping, creative skills, coaching skills. Our trainers work from our Skills For Success curriculum. Successful candidates are required to attend and pass a four-day Skills For Success Facilitator Qualification training program. This can lead to a permanent part-time position with Self Esteem Boston. (EOE) Please send resume and cover letter detailing your group experience to: Marion B. Davis, President Self Esteem Boston P.O. Box 301155, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130 www.selfesteemboston.com
Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker. Under supervision, provides a wide range of psychosocial evaluation/assessment, diagnostic, counseling therapy, crisis intervention, and/or case management services in an integrated primary care setting located in a community health center. Works collaboratively with other mental health and medical providers and trainees engaged in related therapeutic/patient care activities. • Master's degree in Counseling or Social Work • Licensed Independent Social Worker (LICSW) or equivalent or licensure pending, as documented by temporary license. Salary TBD. Qualified candidates please submit cover letter and resume to Community Health Connections, Inc. Attn: HR Dept. 275 Nichols Road, Fitchburg, MA 01420 or email to email@example.com EOE
4/18/2014NASW 2014 National Conference
4/17/2014Northeast Region Staff Opening