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Boston Public Schools: Transformation Social Worker

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About this Posting:

This job posting is for all individuals interested in SCHOOL-BASED TRANSFORMATION SOCIAL WORKER positions in the Boston Public Schools in the 2020-2021 school year. By submitting your application to this posting, you may be considered by multiple school sites across the district. BPS is seeking applicants who reflect the racial, ethnic, cultural, and linguistic diversity of BPS students. Candidates will go through an initial screening process to be placed in an interview pool accessed by district schools. Individual schools will invite candidates to participate in their interview process. Final selection will be made by school hiring teams, submitted to the Office of Human Capital for review, and approved by the Office of Human Capital.

Background & Overview:

The Behavioral Health Services (BHS) department is responsible for supporting the behavioral health needs of all students.  BHS is comprised of school psychologists and social workers. Through a continuum of promotion, prevention, at-risk and intensive services the staff of BHS provide direct services to students as well as support to school staff and families.  Working closely with community partners and allied city agencies the BHS department assists in connecting schools, students and families with needed community supports.

Position Summary:  

Boston Public Schools seeks an exceptional TRANSFORMATION SOCIAL WORKER who is highly qualified and knowledgeable to support the implementation of a variety of behavioral health supports that include trauma, healing and resiliency focused school social work services that support students in achieving their full potential --academically, socially and emotionally. The Transformation Social Worker will provide a continuum of behavioral health services that include: individual and group counseling as well as crisis intervention, act as a case manager for students, coordinate referrals to external agencies and programs,  and serve as a liaison between the school, students, parents, and external agencies (Tier 2 & Tier 3 interventions).  

The Transformation Social Worker will attend professional development and receive coaching from the Behavioral Health Services department including the Senior Director of Behavioral Health Services and the Director of Social Work to ensure continuous improvement of service delivery and compliance with district protocols and professional standards of practice.

REPORTS TO: School Principal (with secondary evaluation from the Director of Social Work)


System Coordination:

    • Coordinate the Student Support Team.
    • In partnership with the school psychologist and the "hub services team" the Transformation Social Worker will establish & monitor a Multi-tiered System of Support (MTSS): Tier 1, 2 & Tier 3 classroom and student-level interventions. 
    • Communicate goals and activities of the student support program to students, staff and the larger community.
    • Serve as a liaison between the school, student, parent and external agencies.
    • Make referrals to external agencies and appropriate programs for students in need of support services.
    • Match students with appropriate services, monitor their progress and coordinate follow-up services for each student.
    • Act as a case manager for students, coordinate referrals to external agencies and programs.
    • Track and maintain data related to school partners and the services that they provide.

Direct Service:

    • Counseling, either individually or in small groups for regular education and special education students as needed. 
    • Arrange/implement support services for students who have difficulties adjusting to school or other school related concerns
    • Conducting sociological assessments when requested as part of the Special education eligibility process. This can include home visits.
    • Support individual and whole school crisis intervention in collaboration with the BPS Crisis Team.
    • Consult around school and classroom climate strategies that support social emotional development 
    • Deliver a variety of district professional learning modules to staff on topics such as: behavioral health, social emotional development and trauma informed practice.    
    • Performs other related duties as requested by the Senior Director of Behavioral Health Services.

Professional Learning:

    • Attend centrally held professional learning sessions during up to 4 days in August at the pro rata rate. Additional professional development will be coordinated by the Behavioral Health Services department.  

Core Competencies:

Using the Rubric of Specialized Instructional Support Personnel (SISP), the Office of Human Capital has identified priority skills and abilities that all BPS SISP should demonstrate.  

Accountability for Student Achievement

(II-A-1 Quality of Effort and Work, II-D-2 High Expectations, I B-2 Adjustments to Practice)

  • Sets ambitious learning goals for all students, uses instructional and clinical practices that reflect high expectations for students and student work; engages all students in learning.
  • Consistently defines high expectations for student learning goals and behavior.
  • Assesses student learning regularly using a variety of assessments to measure growth, and understanding.
  • Effectively analyzes data from assessments, draws conclusions, and shares them appropriately.

Communicating Professional Knowledge

(I-A-1 Professional Knowledge, I-A-2 Child Adolescent Development, I-A-3 Plan Development)

  • Exhibits strong knowledge of child development and how students learn and behave, and designs effective and rigorous plans for support with measurable outcomes.
  • Demonstrates knowledge of students' developmental levels by providing differentiated learning experiences and support that enable all students to progress toward intended outcomes.

Equitable & Effective Instruction

(II-A-3 Meeting Diverse Needs, II-A-2. Student Engagement, II-B-1. Safe Learning Environment, II-B-2 Collaborative Learning Environment, I-D-3 Access to Knowledge)

  • Builds a productive learning environment where every student participates and is valued as part of the class community.
  • Uses instructional and clinical practices that are likely to challenge, motivate and engage all students and facilitate active participation.
  • Consistently adapts instruction, services, plans and assessments to make curriculum/ supports accessible to all students.

Cultural Proficiency

(II-C-1. Respects Differences, II-C-2. Maintains Respectful Environment)

  • Actively creates and maintains an environment in which students' diverse backgrounds, identities, strengths, and challenges are respected.

Parent/Family Engagement  

(III-A-1. Parent/Family Engagement, III-B-2. Collaboration)

  • Engages with families and builds collaborative, respectful relationships with them in service of student learning.
  • Deep knowledge and understanding of, and demonstrated ability to connect with the racial/cultural/ethnic background of students and families served.
  • Consistently provides parents with clear expectations for student learning behavior and/or wellness and shares strategies to promote learning and development at school and home.

Professional Reflection & Collaboration

(IV-A-1. Reflective Practice, IV-C-1. Professional Collaboration, IV-C-2. Consultation)

  • Regularly reflects on practice, seeks and responds to feedback, and demonstrates self-awareness and commitment to continuous learning and development.
  • Consistently collaborates with colleagues through shared planning and/or informal conversation to analyze student performance and development, and to plan appropriate interventions at the classroom or school level.
  • Regularly provides advice and expertise to general education teachers and the school community to support the creation of appropriate and effective academic, behavioral, and social/emotional learning experiences for students.

Qualifications- Required:

  • Licensed Social Worker (LCSW or LICSW).
  • MA DESE School Social Worker/School Adjustment Counselor License (All Levels).
  • Master's Degree.
  • Minimum of 3 years of professional experience in an urban setting providing educational and clinical services.
  • Ability to meet the BPS Standards of Effective Practice as outlined above.
  • Strong interpersonal skills to work with school, students, parents and community based agencies.
  • Demonstrated cultural proficiency and ability to lead others in conversations of race and culture
  • Professional clinical experience with children and their families.
  • Current authorization to work in the United States - Candidates must have such authorization by their first day of employment.

Qualifications- Preferred:

  • BPS values linguistic diversity and believes that candidates who speak another language bring added value to the classroom, school, and district culture and diversity. BPS is particularly interested in candidates who are fluent in one of BPS' official languages:Spanish, Creole (Cape Verdean), Creole (Haitian), Chinese, Vietnamese, Portuguese, & Somali.
  • Certification as a trainer in Safety Cares de-escalation and restraint program.

Core Values:

  • Commitment to working with parents and students as partners in education.
  • Belief that all students can learn and become socially responsible.
  • Respect for all children and their families.

Terms: BTU, Group 1 

Please refer to (under "Employee Benefits and Policies") for more information on salary and compensation.  Salaries are listed by Unions and Grade/Step.

The Boston Public Schools, in accordance with its nondiscrimination policies, does not discriminate in its programs, facilities, or employment or educational opportunities on the basis of race, color, age, criminal record (inquiries only), disability, homelessness, sex/gender, gender identity, religion, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, genetics or military status, and does not tolerate any form of retaliation, or bias-based intimidation, threat or harassment that demeans individuals' dignity or interferes with their ability to learn or work.

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center-- Palliative Care Social Worker

The well-established Palliative Care Team at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center continues to expand and is seeking another Social Worker to join our interdisciplinary team of Social Workers, Nurses, Chaplains, Volunteers, Healing Arts, Nurse Practitioners and Physicians. We are looking for a Clinical Social Worker to be fully embedded in our palliative care program, providing counseling to patients and families and supporting the interdisciplinary team. This role requires assessment of individual and family dynamics in an inpatient hospital/hospice setting with patients and families experiencing serious illness, the ability to quickly determine and articulate psychological aspects of the illness experience and their impact on coping, and the ability to participate in the coproduction of medical care. Must have capacity and enthusiasm for close collaboration with a mature and high-functioning clinical team. 

The successful candidate will have demonstrated experience in the following areas (please see the job description below for additional job duties):

  • Identifying high risk patients requiring on-going coordination of care

  • Performing a comprehensive patient/family assessment

  • Developing a comprehensive treatment plan that will span the continuum of psychosocial issues

  • Implementing a plan of care to provide continuing support and coordination for patient/family with multiple complex system needs

  • Utilizing innovative strategies to advocate for patient needs, Negotiating complex systems to remove barriers and limitations in accessing health care in regards to psychological, social and environmental areas. 

  • Identifying gaps in the care continuum and working with the community and provider networks to expand access to needed psychological, social and environmental services. 

  • Participating in the development, maintenance, and coordination of an interdisciplinary care delivery system specific to individual patient and family needs and promotes effective resource utilization.

  • Contributing to educational programs within the section and to educational initiatives for other healthcare teams at the medical center and in the region. 

  • Contributing to the development and delivery of community programs designed to support caregivers and families in bereavement. 

Job Description:

Facilitates the management of illness, striving to achieve measured advancements in the patient's health status.

  1. Manages and coordinates interdisciplinary care of defined populations through the care continuum from wellness through end of life from a psychological, social and environmental perspective. 

  2. Identifies high risk patients requiring on-going coordination of care; performs a comprehensive patient/family assessment, develops a comprehensive treatment plan that will span the continuum of psychosocial issues, implements a plan of care to provide continuing support and coordination for patient/family with multiple complex system needs, manages benefits and negotiates continuing care services for enrollees in various health insurance plans, etc. 

  3. Utilizes innovative strategies to advocate for patient needs and negotiates complex systems to remove barriers and limitations in accessing health care in regards to psychological, social and environmental areas. 

  4. Monitors the patient's transition across and within care settings (e.g., home, clinic, skilled nursing facility, rehabilitation, hospital, etc.). 

  5. Shares assessment and psychological, social and environmental care plan data with patient/family consent as the patient moves through different care settings. 

  6. Identifies gaps in the care continuum and work with the community and provider networks to expand access to needed psychological, social and environmental services. 

  7. Participates in the development of disease management strategies and identifies the appropriate measures for the evaluation of outcomes. 

  8. Participates in the development, maintenance, and coordination of an interdisciplinary care delivery system specific to individual patient needs and promotes effective resource utilization. 

  9. Collects and evaluates data/outcomes, including, but not limited to, patient satisfaction, health and functional status, and resource utilization. 

  10. Performs other duties as required or assigned. 

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Master's Degree in Social Work (MSW) with 5 years of clinical experience required.

  • Critical thinking skills, strong leadership and communication abilities, the ability to be a self-starter, negotiate, and handle conflict resolution.

  • Understanding and comfort using computers.

  • Collaborative team player, use of systems approach in planning, problem solving and decision making, creativity, innovation, risk-taking, autonomy, flexibility, receptiveness to change and a commitment to professional growth.

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Boston GLASS: Behavioral Health Clinician

Location: Jamaica Plain, MA

Boston GLASS (Gay & Lesbian Adolescent Social Services) opened in 1995 as one of the country's earliest community centers specifically serving young people of color in the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community. In addition to the Drop-In Center, where youth have access to computers, support groups, food and supplies, and social events, Boston GLASS offers a continuum of services including behavioral health counseling, case management, HIV/STI testing and counseling, mentorship, youth leadership development, community education, and housing stabilization services. The program is designed to serve LGBTQ youth of color who are at risk for HIV/STIs, homelessness, substance use, involvement with state systems, violence, commercial sexual exploitation, school dropout, suicidal behavior, family disruption, and lack of access to healthcare, among other things.


This position reports directly to the Behavioral Health Services Manager and does not supervise other positions.

This is a full-time position that will provide culturally competent behavioral health services, HIV case management, and group work facilitation for HIV-positive or high risk LGBTQ youth of color in the Boston area for Boston GLASS's Hook Up To Health initiative.


§ Foster productive relationships with LGBTQ youth of color (with a focus on MSM and transgender women) who are marginalized due to their involvement in the criminal justice system, substance use, homelessness, sexual orientation, or mental health issues and HIV-positive or at high risk for HIV.

§ Recruit priority population participants to our high-impact HIV prevention interventions such as HIV Navigation Services, ARTAS, CLEAR, and Healthy Relationships; deliver the interventions.

§ Complete clinical assessments and develop services/treatment plans based on assessment results; provide linkages to appropriate medical treatment and provide clinical case management.

§ Utilize motivational interviewing strategies and a harm reduction framework to support behavioral change.

§ Conduct in-reach at GLASS Drop-in Center and related activities to identify youth in need of services; support Drop-in Center programming and supervision as needed.

§ Build relationships within the provider community, promote GLASS programs and services, set up formal referral sources, and work closely with providers to make and receive supported referrals for clients in a timely manner.

§ Provide technical assistance and guidance to Lowell Community Health Center.

§ Represent JRI at community events and working groups related to the needs of HIV-positive and high risk LGBTQ youth.

§ Collect program and client-level data and ensure up-to-date reporting processes. Submit all required documentation upon request or regular due dates.

§ Support and work collaboratively with the Hook Up To Health initiative's Health Navigator and Outreach Specialist.

§ Participate in all required quality assurance activities.

§ Remain current and informed regarding issues of HIV/AIDS, STI, Viral Hepatitis, and other communicable diseases, along with LGBTQ issues. Attend all assigned city, state, and federal level trainings, conferences, and meetings.

§ Complete CEU training to assure maintenance of license (if applicable)

§ Complete all required trainings yearly, including maintenance of required certifications, as assessed through audit of training records.

§ Attend clinical supervision and administrative supervision as requested.


§ Minimum of Master's degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling from an accredited college or university.

§ 1-3 years of providing behavioral health services, case management, and/or groups for HIV-positive or high risk LGBTQ youth of color or a combination of education, experience, and measurable performance that demonstrates capability to perform the duties of this position.

§ Knowledgeable in positive youth development; familiar with the range of interventions and treatment appropriate for this population.

§ Cultural sensitivity and knowledge of diverse youth populations, including Black, Hispanic, LGBTQ youth cultures.

§ Commitment to social justice mission and principles of cultural responsiveness.

§ Excellent written and oral communication skills.

§ General knowledge of health promotion and HIV, STI and Viral Hepatitis prevention strategies.

§ Available to work evenings, holidays, weekend shifts as necessary. Able to work alone in an unsupervised environment.

§ Valid driver's license and personal transportation preferred.

Offer includes: Access to excellent Blue Cross medical, Delta Dental and Vision benefits, 401K, tuition reimbursement, pension, generous paid time off and much more!

JRI is an equal opportunity employer and is strongly committed to building and maintaining a diverse community. Persons from diverse backgrounds including women, communities of color, the LGBTQ community and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

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Volunteer Opportunity: Sexual Health Counseling & Referral Hotline

Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts (PPLM) is currently recruiting for volunteer counselors with our Sexual Health Counseling & Referral Hotline.  We offer an exceptional opportunity to educate and counsel individuals in substantive and meaningful ways, while becoming part of a community of like-minded advocates of reproductive freedom. 

Since 1974, the Counseling & Referral Hotline has relied on a dedicated group of well-trained volunteer counselors to answer calls from Massachusetts and around the country and discuss a wide range of sexual and reproductive health issues. Our counselors answer about 1200 calls a month, offering accurate information and the support necessary to make personal and private decisions, along with referrals to other trusted service providers. We respond to questions about birth control, emergency contraception, sexually transmitted infections, pregnancy testing, pregnancy options, gender-affirming hormone therapy, abortion services, sexual health, and sexuality. Current counselors range in age from 20-85; they are lifelong reproductive rights activists, experienced professionals of all kinds, new graduates, and retirees. Currently, PPLM is the only Planned Parenthood affiliate to offer a hotline service. 

The hotline is staffed Monday - Friday from 9 am-5 pm; shifts are 9 a.m. - 12 p.m., 12 - 3 p.m., and 3-5 p.m. Training for new volunteers will occur in April and May and involves 42 hours of "classroom" time.  

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People of color and LGBT individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.

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Maxim Healthcare Services: School Social Worker Openings

About Maxim Healthcare Services: We are a well-established staffing agency that is affiliated with almost every school district in RI. As an employee, this benefits you by working through one employer, but having access to a variety of opportunities across the state. Recently we have been inundated with needs for part time and full time social workers in the school setting.

Current Openings:

-Full Time Middle School Social Worker

-Part Time (16hrs/week) Middle School Social Worker

-Part Time (flexible hours/days) Elementary School Social Worker

Some opportunities are available to start immediately, and others are planning for the fall of the 2020 school year. If you are interested in discussing a new position that fits your commute and schedule needs I would love the opportunity to speak with you!

For More Information:

Contact Marissa Bates, Healthcare Recruiter, 8AM-5PM Monday-Friday by phone or email
Phone: (401) 443-1001

Boston Children's Hospital: Post-Masters Pediatric Oncology Clinical Social Work Fellowship

Application Deadline is February 1, 2020

The Pediatric Clinical Social Work Fellowship in the Division of Pediatric Psychosocial Oncology at The Dana-Farber Cancer Institute is a unique opportunity for a Masters Prepared Clinical Social Worker seeking advanced clinical training in pediatric psychosocial oncology. As an integral member of an interdisciplinary care team, the Social Work Fellow will receive training to provide psychosocial care to child and adolescent patients and their families from diagnosis through treatment. The Social Work Fellow will be providing psychosocial care for patients and families who are receiving ambulatory care at DFCI's Jimmy Fund Clinic as well as having the opportunity of providing continuity of care inpatient at Boston Children's Hospital. This is a full time, 40-hour, 5 day a week position.

In this clinically focused fellowship, the Social Work Fellow will gain skills in child and adolescent counseling in a medical setting. The Social Work Fellow will gain knowledge in and provide a range of psychological services including psychosocial assessment, play therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, relaxation strategies, mindfulness, parent education, and will work in individual, couple, family and group formats. The Social Work Fellow's caseload will include patients of various ages, diagnoses, psychosocial and family dynamic issues, treatment modalities and socioeconomic backgrounds. Emotional support to our patients and families is provided throughout the continuum of care, beginning at time of diagnosis, through treatment and survivorship, as well as supporting patients and families at end of life and into bereavement.

The Social Work Fellow will gain skills in collaboration with medical staff, as well as providing consultation to school personnel and other community agencies. The Social Work Fellow will be encouraged to develop and become involved with clinical programming in an area of interest in the field of pediatric psychosocial oncology. Development of teaching and leadership skills also will be encouraged, and the Social Work Fellow will be expected to present at psychosocial grand rounds at during the training year.

Senior clinical psychosocial staff will provide intensive supervision throughout the year. In addition, the Social Work Fellow will participate in interdisciplinary rounds, clinical meetings, training seminars and have multiple opportunities to attend a wide variety of presentations and trainings throughout Dana-Farber and Boston Children's Hospital.

Fellowship starts on September 1st, 2020 and ends August 31st, 2021.

Benefits include: health and dental insurance, 4 weeks of paid vacation and other benefits. Salary is $42,000. 

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Graduate-Level Summer Training Positions- Judge Baker Children's Center

Camp Baker at Judge Baker Children's Center (JBCC) is pleased to announce positions for summer 2020.

Camp Baker is based off of the Summer Treatment Program (STP), which was named a Model Program for Service Delivery for Child and Family Mental Health by the Section on Clinical Child Psychology and Division of Child, Youth, and Family Services of the American Psychological Association. The STP has also been used in clinical trials and has been named a program of the year by CHADD, the national parent advocacy group for children with ADHD. The STP has been listed in SAMHSA's National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices. The STP at Camp Baker provides services to children ages 6-12 years old with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), learning problems, and related mood, emotional, and behavior problems. The program provides treatment tailored to children's individual behavioral, social emotional and learning difficulties. Counselors will provide positive reinforcement, teach social skills, and facilitate problem-solving discussions. All counselors are responsible for recording and entering behavioral data, developing individualized treatment goals and monitoring progress towards goals.

Camp Baker is a six-week program located at Hale Reservation in Westwood, MA. Bus transportation is provided for staff from Judge Baker Children's Center in Boston, MA. The dates of employment for all positions are Monday, July 1, 2020 through Friday, August 14, 2020 (staff will get the July 4th holiday off). All staff are required to attend a week-long training the week before camp begins. Staff hours of employment are 7:30am to 4:30pm, Monday through Friday. In addition, all staff continue to work with the children until 6:00pm one evening each week while parents participate in weekly parent training groups.

This is an excellent opportunity for students interested in psychology, education, child development, or other service-related fields. The selection process is competitive; thus, interested students are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. We are looking for intelligent, dedicated people who not only have experience working with children but are eager to learn and take advantage of this training opportunity.

Interested candidates will need the following:

  • A cover letter describing your professional development goals and how Camp Baker might fit in with those goals
  • A current CV
  • A de-identified assessment report, treatment report, or other psychology-related writing sample (A writing sample can be anything you have already written that you feel is a good example of your writing ability. This can be any type of writing and there is no page limit or other specific parameters.)
  • The name and contact of your practicum coordinator (for applicants looking to gain practicum or academic credit)
  • Three letters of recommendation sent to Dr. Tannenbaum from the recommender directly through the website

Applications for Camp Baker positions will be accepted beginning in January 2020. There is no cutoff date for applying. Applications received after all positions have been filled will be placed on a waiting list. Only completed applications will be considered. Positions are competitive so interested individuals should apply as soon as possible.

Once a complete application is submitted including all three letters of recommendation, the Camp Baker team will review the application and be in touch via email regarding initial interviews. Once offered an initial interview, applicants will select  an interview time using our scheduling software and will participate in a 1 hour video interview with a Camp Baker staff member. After this phase, the interview and the application will be reviewed by the Camp Baker team and those in consideration will be offered a second video interview with the Associate Director. After the second interview is complete, applicants will be notified of their application status.

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Behavioral Health Outreach & Engagement Specialist

Tracking Code: 3101-709
Job Type: Temporary
Location: Dedham, Massachussetts
Part-time flexible hours including nights and weekends are available. Individuals with lived experience encouraged to apply. Outreach specialists will be based in Norwood, Wakefield, Milford, Bedford, or Chelsea and will receive supervision from existing team leaders at the assigned location. Performance based bonus opportunity in addition to hourly pay rate for individuals who remain employed to support the project through the end of December 2019.

Behavioral Health Outreach & Engagement Specialist: The Riverside Community Partners (BH CP) Program operates under a contract with the MassHealth office of the Massachusetts EOHHS. The purpose of the Program is to develop a new integrated care management model for individuals with challenged by complex social, behavioral, and medical situations.

Behavioral Health Outreach & Engagement Specialist is an important temporary role, needed to support a time-limited initiative focused on a high volume of hard to reach individuals who are eligible for Program services. The ultimate goal of this project initiative is successful completion of member enrollment appointments between the target population and Program care coordinators. The Member Outreach Specialist supports Behavioral Health Community Partners (BH CP) team by contacting potential members by phone or in the community, developing member interest in the program, conducting intake appointments for program enrollment, and assisting members to reconnect with their MassHealth coverage.

Required Skills

  • Strong interest in working with people with behavioral health disorders required; experience working with substance use disorders preferred.
  • Ability to use a computer for word processing, EHR and email/Outlook Calendar, and the Internet for resource searches and assisting clients with online surveys and using online decision-making tools required
  • Regular access to reliable transportation is required in order to meet with members in the community, attend required trainings, meetings and/or fulfill other responsibilities of this role.

Required Experience

  • Bachelor level college experience or degree in a behavioral health or social service field required

Riverside Community Care is dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse and inclusive organization committed to working in a multicultural environment and strongly encourages applications from culturally diverse applicants. We provide equal opportunity for all persons seeking employment without regard to race, age, color, religion, gender, gender identity and expression, marital status, sexual orientation, military status, national origin, disability, or any other characteristic as established by law.

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