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Unit Therapist

Essential Job Functions

  • Provide ongoing assessment, individual treatment planning, and group therapy to sex offenders in assigned unit.

  • Develop and teach psychoeducational classes.

  • Maintain up-to-date treatment files including preparation of group notes.

  • Prepare status reports and treatment contracts/plans and other required reports.

  • Attend unit meetings, team meetings, in-service trainings, and supervisory meetings.

Social Work Associate

This position is located within the Social Work Service of the VA Boston Healthcare System in Boston, MA. The actual location of this position is Jamaica Plain, MA and may require travel to West Roxbury, MA. In this position, you will serve as a Social Work Associate (SWA) for the Huntington House Program and the Fisher House Program, providing assistance and services as prescribed for the individual cases by social workers in conjunction with their professional treatment. 

Museum Board Opportunity

The Belinda Sutton Board Member at the Royall House and Slave Quarters Museum

Medford, Massachusetts

Named for one of the enslaved people who lived and worked on the Royall estate for more than 50 years and successfully petitioned the Massachusetts legislature for support in her old age, the Belinda Sutton Board Member seat is held by a graduate student in the Boston area. The primary mission of the museum, which is the site of the only known still standing slave quarters in the North, is to provide education for the public about Northern slavery. As a member of the museum's Board of Directors, the person holding the Belinda Sutton seat participates fully in all the business of the Board:  tour content and programming, event planning and execution, fund-raising and financial oversight, curatorial and property management decisions, community outreach and membership.

Anti-Defamation League's Facilitator

Located in the New England Region, the Facilitator will lead anti-bias training and education programs for students, school staff and parents/families on a per-diem basis. As a leading provider of anti-bias education, ADL's A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® Institute recognizes that attitudes and beliefs affect actions, and that each of us can have an impact on others, and ultimately, on the world in which we live. A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® Institute workshops address bias, prejudice and discrimination based on race, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity, gender, age, national origin, and ability. The Institute's customizable, interactive training programs are implemented in pre-K -12 schools and community organizations throughout the United States and abroad.

Community Volunteer for The Department of Children and Families

The Department of Children and Families offers a unique opportunity for community volunteers who would like to make a difference in a foster child's life. For a few hours of your time each month, you can participate on a panel that helps plan a brighter future for each child in care. DCF is required by law to review each foster child's case every six months. The review is conducted by a three member panel, with one member being from the local community. A volunteer reviewer can make a difference for child

Case Manager/Bilingual Case Manager

Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services promotes the right of all individuals to live with dignity, in the setting of their choice by offering older people, younger people with disabilities, and caregivers the information, services and support needed to make choices which enhance health, well-being and independence. Since 1972, Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services (SCES) has been the area's aging information and service center. SCES helps older people and people living with disabilities remain safe and independent in their own homes by providing a wide range of supportive services, as well as information and advice.

Social Worker

Smart from the Start ("Smart") is family support, community engagement and school readiness initiative that has as its mission, to prevent the achievement gap among Boston's lowest income children. Smart empowers families and communities with the tools, resources and support they need to break cycles of chronic school underachievement and generational poverty.

Substance Abuse Clinician - Masters Level - Boston

Full-Time Masters Level- Substance Abuse Outpatient Clinician. Hours vary including some evenings and holidays. Provides assessment and evaluation services, formulates effective treatment plans and conducts individual and/or group, family substance abuse counseling and case management services.

Care Manager

The Care Manager provides a client-centered approach to assessment, service acquisition, reassessment, and monitoring of services to assist elders to live independently in the community. This includes working cooperatively, coordinating service plans and maintaining ongoing communication with the elder, family members, informal supports, and formal supports as necessary.

Interdisciplinary care management is provided by registered nurses and care managers working in consultation with physicians, nurses and therapists from home health agencies, hospice providers, nutritionists, housing managers, mental health professionals, and other home and health care professionals.

Bilingual Mental Health Clinician - OBOT (Office Based Opioid Treatment program)

The purpose of this position is to provide ongoing assessment, intakes, evaluations and support services to opioid dependent patients. This clinician will also provide group and/or individual therapy. The clinician will provide expertise to providers and others regarding the treatment plan in conjunction with the medical needs of these patients. This clinician will also collaborate with team members and the patient with making outside referrals.

Case Manager

Organization Overview
Team IMPACT is a national nonprofit that provides an extended support network to children living with serious and chronic illnesses by matching them up with a local college athletic team. We believe that our program can help a child increase their confidence, optimism and sense of belonging through these relationships. Children feel like they are members of the team, contributing in ways only they can, to provide insight and inspiration to the student-athletes that cannot be found on the field or in the classroom. 

Director of Resident Services

Jewish Community Housing for the Elderly (JCHE) has four campuses in metropolitan Boston that provide safe and affordable independent housing where adults of all backgrounds can age in community.  The Director of Resident Services at the Brighton campus, in conjunction with the JCHE extended leadership team, establishes and monitors standards, policies and processes to support tenants to live a full life of connection and purpose in a dynamic and supportive environment. The Director works collaboratively with the Brighton Executive Director and staff to create a warm and engaging environment that supports a high quality of life and strong connections for this diverse community. The Director provides direct supervision and leadership to the Brighton Resident Services team. 


The Old Colony YMCA is looking to hire a Master's Level Clinician to work in one of their residential DYS programs. The program serves adolescent males ages 12-21 committed to the Department of Youth Services. Clinical responsibilities include conducting weekly individual, and when indicated family therapy sessions, facilitating clinical groups and general case management with families and collateral contacts, including caseworkers and attorneys. There is a strong focus on teaching the core DBT principles, as well as education and treatment for substance abuse. Environment is fast-paced, and every day is unique when working with this challenging yet rewarding population. Schedules includes some evening and weekend coverage. Very competitive benefits, salary commensurate with licensure and experience. Clinical supervision provided, as well as many in-house trainings, and opportunities for growth in a constantly growing social service sector of a great non-profit agency.

Career Services Manager -- Two Positions

More Than Words (MTW) is a social enterprise that empowers youth who are in the foster care system, court involved, homeless, or out of school to take charge of their lives by taking charge of a business. By working as a team to manage their own retail and online used book business and community space, youth develop the employment skills, leadership, and self-confidence they need to successfully transition to adulthood.

Group Educator

Sunday, July 8 - Thursday, July 19, 2018

Brandeis Service Corps is a residential service-learning program. Approximately 50 high school students from across America will come to Brandeis for the 12-day program. Service Corps challenges teens to consider interpersonal relationships as a key element of bettering society through active service, personal projects and leadership development. Service work focuses on providing meaningful encounters between teens and the clients and staff of their non-profit Partner Sites. Participants will also engage in educational workshops, personal and group reflection, guest speakers and trips around the Boston area, culminating in the development of a personal service project to bring home to their community.

Director of Records and Information

This position is responsible for the management of all hardcopy and electronic records, including but not limited to the development and implementation of storage, retention and destruction policies, supervision of records department personnel, and developing strategies and systems for managing both on-site and off-site records. Director is also responsible for compliance with CMR-17 and any other federal and/or state privacy requirements. Responsible for records in all offices.

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