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Staff Therapist I- LGBTQIA Specialist

Mission Statement for the Brandeis Counseling Center: The Brandeis Counseling Center's (BCC) mission aims to facilitate student success in educational and developmental experience and to facilitate individual and community wellness within the University. We offer an array of services on campus and facilitate referrals to outside resources. We are here to meet the developmental, emotional, and mental health needs of the students of the university. Through our work we seek to promote positive social change and deep appreciation for the strengths represented cross culturally in our Brandeis community.


Staff Therapist I-Mandarin and/or Cantonese speaking Staff Therapist

Mission Statement for the Brandeis Counseling Center: The Brandeis Counseling Center's (BCC) mission aims to facilitate student success in educational and developmental experience and to facilitate individual and community wellness within the University. We offer an array of services on campus and facilitate referrals to outside resources. We are here to meet the developmental, emotional, and mental health needs of the students of the university. Through our work we seek to promote positive social change and deep appreciation for the strengths represented cross culturally in our Brandeis community.


Community Support Coordinator

The Town of North Andover, a full service municipality with 29,000 residents located in the Merrimack Valley seeks an energetic and qualified professional to be the Town's first Community Support Coordinator on a full-time basis (37.5 hours per week).


Fee for Service Clinician

Seeking a licensed social worker or psychologist to join a busy private practice in Wakefield, Massachusetts on a fee-for-service basis. Office suite is in a great location, easily accessible off Route 128. Referrals and coverage of all overhead costs provided. Experience and interest in working with younger children and families preferred, but not required. Clinician being credentialed with insurance companies preferable. If interested, please contact Dr. Eric Zieff at 781-246-8400.


ACCS Team Clinician

The ACCS LPHA Clinician promotes the full integration and functioning of adults with psychiatric conditions by way of providing comprehensive clinical community services. Working in a community based setting, the ACCS LPHA Clinician will perform clinical duties including intake, assessment, treatment planning and clinical interventions for assigned Persons Served (PS), whether living independently in the community or in a Group Living Environment or Supported Independent Environment.


Social Worker - Case Management

Provide social work services to patients and families in the acute care setting to meet their medically related social and emotional needs as they impinge on their medical condition, treatment, recovery, and safe transition from one care environment to another using an interdisciplinary approach and coordination of timely discharge planning.e preferred. Required skills include demonstrated organizational skills, excellent verbal and written communication skills, ability to lead and coordinate activities of a diverse group of people in a fast paced environment, critical thinking and problem solving skills and computer literacy.


Social Worker for Milton Residents and Parish Members Funds, First Parish in Milton

Henry B. Martin Fund and Swift Charity, located at First Parish in Milton are seeking a part-time, 24-hour per week, LICSW, to oversee their charitable programs designed to provide aid to individuals and families in Milton who are in crisis and in need of short-term financial assistance.

Generations old, the funds have been formally administered for close to thirty years by a professional social worker. The position has grown to an annual caseload of 175-200 individuals, all of whom reside in Milton.

 


Resident Services Program Manager

The Manager for Resident Services is an individual who provides leadership and operational oversight for assigned departments: The position is a unique role in that the scope of responsibility and coverage is dependent on the community size and resident interests. The focus of this position is on resident engagement in the community and enjoyment of daily life. Inclusive is the new resident experience, psychosocial support where requested, as well as offering/coordinating potential services to in the independent living setting. The position will focus on exceptional customer service and hospitality, resident/community public relations, and staff development. 


Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker

Under the direction of the Manager, Clinical Social Work Services; perform diversified duties both within and in support of the Dept. of Social Services functions. Provide case management services independently including but not limited to application of clinical diagnostic, assessment or treatment knowledge or skills. Identify and address psychosocial factors that may impede the patients' ability to optimize benefit from the health care delivery experience. Intervene as necessary preventing over- and underutilization of health care resources. Actively participate in discharge planning to assure timely individual patient discharges within the scope of position responsibilities. Ability to authorize a section 12A for emergency evaluation of the person by a psychiatrist. Responsible for on-call coverage/shift coverage and holiday coverage. Provide clinical supervision of other Social work professionals, various affiliating students, etc., where scope of supervisory responsibility is limited to direction, guidance, explanation, etc. Duties involve supervisory responsibility for no more than 1 or 2 personnel at any one time. .A Master's Degree in Social Work from an accredited college or university or the equivalent knowledge or experience is required. Current Massachusetts Licensed Independent Clinical Social Work (LICSW) is required. Over three (3) years of related work experience including one (1) year experience in a medically oriented setting is required. Computer skills are essential.


Clinical Social Worker (Therapist)

We are looking for highly motivated individuals to provide therapy for survivors of torture and war trauma with mental health issues related to trauma and the psychosocial stressors of refugee resettlement and forced acculturation. A major component of this position is providing support for asylum seekers through the asylum process as well as writing affidavits and providing testimony when appropriate (as determined by clinician and attorney). Candidate must be comfortable in service delivery in medically based outpatient setting. 


Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker

We are looking for highly motivated individuals to provide therapy for survivors of torture and war trauma with mental health issues related to trauma and the psychosocial stressors of refugee resettlement and forced acculturation. This individual will act as a supervisor of other Clinical Social Workers. A major component of this position is providing support for asylum seekers through the asylum process as well as writing affidavits and providing testimony when appropriate (as determined by clinician and attorney). 


ACCS Clinical Supervisor

As a member of the multidisciplinary ACCS Integrated Team, the Clinical Supervisor carries a caseload and provides direct intervention with Persons to conduct comprehensive assessments, treatment plans, and clinical interventions, as well as providing modeling and supervision to assigned Program Managers and Engagement Partners regarding the implementation of interventions. The Clinical Supervisor contributes to Bay Cove's mission by partnering with Persons to work towards personal goals in order to achieve greater independence and improved quality of life. Essential Functions of the Position: Perform as the Primary Clinician as assigned by the ACCS Integrated Team Director for a caseload not to exceed 28 Persons and as the Primary Clinician on the Engagement Team of each assigned Person Identify engagement strategies considering the Person's situation and preferences, and review and revise engagement strategies as necessary.


New England Sinai Hospital CAREER FAIR & OPEN HOUSE - WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20TH

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Family Mobility Mentor

Who We Are: Economic Mobility Pathways (EMPath) transforms lives by helping people move out of poverty and provides other organizations with the tools to do the same. As a leading nonprofit innovator that combines program delivery, independent research, and public advocacy, we offer a wide range of rewarding career opportunities. When you join EMPath, you become part of deeply committed team that serves between 1,100 and 1,500 people annually through its mobility mentoring, housing, education, and workforce development programs.


Dearborn Academy Clinical Coordinator

Dearborn Academy, one of New England's leading 766 approved therapeutic day schools, is seeking a full
time Clinical Coordinator for the 2018-2019 school year. Dearborn enrolls up to one hundred students in
grades 3-12 who have specific learning disabilities and/or mild to moderate emotional challenges. Our rich
academic program, which includes vocational and career training, diversified student supports and explicit
instruction, combined with our strong clinical component, enables students who have been unsuccessful in
previous school settings to achieve substantial gains.


Dearborn Academy Clinician

Dearborn Academy, one of New England's leading 766 approved therapeutic day schools, is seeking a full time Clinician for the 2018-2019 school year. Dearborn enrolls up to one hundred students in grades 3-12 who have specific learning disabilities and/or mild to moderate emotional challenges. Our rich academic program, which includes vocational and career training, diversified student supports and explicit instruction, combined with our strong clinical component, enables students who have been unsuccessful in previous school settings to achieve substantial gains.


Social Worker, MSW

Assess patients and families and provides intervention and treatment to support patients.  Address psychosocial needs and patterns of adjustment throughout the hospitalization and collaborates with the multidisciplinary team to formulate treatment plans to maximize emotional, social and physical well-being.  Provide information and education regarding health care and community resources.


SHC - Social Worker, LICSW (36 hrs) - (3065778)

Assess patients and families and provides intervention and treatment to support patients.  Address psychosocial needs and patterns of adjustment throughout the hospitalization and collaborates with the multidisciplinary team to formulate treatment plans to maximize emotional, social and physical well-being.  Provide information and education regarding health care and community resources.


Resident Services Coodinator

The Resident Services Coordinator is responsible for promoting programs and efforts that enhance our residents' quality of life and that help build a healthy community. S/he works to enhance the ability of residents to uphold their lease obligations, such as paying rent on time, taking proper care of the unit, and ensuring quiet enjoyment of the property for all residents and surrounding neighbors. S/he ensures the provision of program support and/or intervention for individuals and families through the coordination of community resources. S/he provides case management to ensure participants access supportive services. Reports to Resident Services Program Director.


Victim Advocate Assistant

The Cambridge Police Department Victim Advocate will work with the Cambridge Police officers and superiors as a member of law enforcement in reducing the level of secondary injury associated with the aftermath of crime and ensure that crime victims are provided all the entitlements mandated by the Massachusetts Victim Bill of Rights. The Assistant Victim Advocate is responsible for assisting the Victim Advocate in the operation of the Cambridge Police Department's Victim Assistance Program, which aids and supports victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. The Victim Advocate will also provide analysis, education, and community prevention efforts regarding both domestic and sexual violence in collaboration with area community based agencies.


Fee-for-Service Clinician

Seeking a licensed social worker or psychologist to join a busy private practice in Wakefield, Massachusetts on a fee-for-service basis. Office suite is in a great location, easily accessible off Route 128. Referrals and coverage of all overhead costs provided. Experience and interest in working with younger children and families preferred, but not required. Clinician being credentialed with insurance companies preferable. If interested, please contact Dr. Eric Zieff at 781-246-8400.


Clinical Therapist

Summit Preparatory School is a private, non-profit, therapeutic boarding school for youth ages 14-18 with emotional, academic and behavioral challenges. The program combines a college preparatory high school curriculum with a professional, relationship-based treatment program.


Clinician in Adult Developmental Disabilities, Autism and Acquired Brain Injuries

In this key organizational role, the ideal candidate will be responsible for creating treatment plans and developing clinical interventions that support happy, healthy lives for adults with developmental disabilities, acquired brain injuries and who have social/emotional needs receiving out of home care.


Victim Advocate Assistant

The Cambridge Police Department Victim Advocate will work with the Cambridge Police officers and superiors as a member of law enforcement in reducing the level of secondary injury associated with the aftermath of crime and ensure that crime victims are provided all the entitlements mandated by the Massachusetts Victim Bill of Rights. The Assistant Victim Advocate is responsible for assisting the Victim Advocate in the operation of the Cambridge Police Department's Victim Assistance Program, which aids and supports victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. The Victim Advocate will also provide analysis, education, and community prevention efforts regarding both domestic and sexual violence in collaboration with area community based agencies.


Comprehensive Health Services

Comprehensive Health Services is a passionate & supportive outpatient mental health practice where multidisciplinary clinicians offer quality care to clients in the surrounding communities. We have employment opportunities for candidates that are committed to helping others. We have vibrant clinics in Lowell (Center For family Development), Chelmsford (Stoney Brook Counseling), and Needham (Charles River Counseling).

Our website: https://www.comprehensivehealthservices.net/

We have immediate openings for fee-for-service clinicians.


Marketing Representative/Community Liaison

We are seeking a self-motivated individual who is driven, creative, acts independently of others while still being a part of a successful team, and excels at creating new contacts, for an external marketing position in Home Care.

 


Part time Program Coordinator

RSP's mission is to empower women and young adults of African descent who are disproportionately affected by diseases of the reproductive system. To articulate its vision, RSP mobilizes women to address deeply rooted racism and internalized racism, sexism, environmental/food injustice, and other social determinants of health that perpetuate silence and inaction surrounding these diseases.


Behavioral Health Clinician / 40 Hours / Day / BWH CCHHE - (3064505)

Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH) is dedicated to serving the needs of the community and is deeply committed to its role in promoting health equity by eliminating racial and ethnic disparities in health care in Boston's neighborhoods and surrounding communities. 


Clinical Recovery Specialist (Salaried!)

Under the supervision of the Adult Community Clinical Services (ACCS) Assistant Director., the Clinical Recovery specialist works in the community to provide clinical assessment, risk/safety planning and treatment planning for Adults with a major mental illness. He/She leads development of comprehensive recovery based services to clients; coordinates multi-disciplinary team and coordinates/evaluates program services. Provides clinical leadership for an assigned group of clients including coordinating and monitoring the activities of the individual treatment team. Assumes primary responsibility for developing, implementing, evaluating and revising overall treatment goals and plan in conjunction with the team


Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) Coordinator/Forensic Interviewer

The Children's Advocacy Center of Suffolk County (CAC) unites public, private and community partners to promote safety, healing and justice for children exposed to violence and their families.

The CAC works closely with an array of agencies to coordinate high quality investigations and assessments of abuse concerns; provide support to children and families; provide specialized training for diverse professionals; and to prevent child abuse in our community.


Bi-lingual (Spanish/English) Family Advocate

The Children's Advocacy Center of Suffolk County (CAC) unites public, private and community partners to promote safety, healing and justice for child victims and their families.

The CAC works closely with an array of agencies to coordinate high quality investigations and assessments of alleged abuse; provide support to children and families; offer specialized training for a diverse range of professionals; and to prevent child abuse in our community.


Social Work Intern

Summer Social Work Internship for Social Work department for students receiving Masters in Social Worker

Brigham and Women's Faulkner Hospital is a 162 bed non-profit, community teaching hospital located in Jamaica Plain directly across the street from the Arnold Arboretum. Founded in 1900, Brigham and Women's Faulkner Hospital has a long history of meeting the health care needs of our patients by offering comprehensive care in a wide variety of specialties. At Brigham and Women's Faulkner Hospital, our world revolves around our patients and their families, which is why we've been nationally recognized for our best practices in patient care, safety measures and surgical outcomes. If you're looking for more than a career, join Brigham and Women's Faulkner Hospital. Our patients call it better care. Our employees call it home.


Contracted Student Intern - Office of Recovery and Empowerment

The Office of Recovery and Empowerment Student Intern will work with Older Adult Support groups. Duties will include: creating a survey for Certified Older Adult Peer Specialists; analyzing data, and assisting with compiling data from older adult peer initiatives, and scheduling Older Adult Support Groups.


Copernican Clinician

Culture: Are you a fit for our culture? Do you share our passion? Growing, dynamic Private Practice located in Newton/Lexington is seeking an energetic, committed clinician who demonstrates excellence in working with college students, children, adolescents, and families. Co-treating patients with senior staff will allow for strong professional development and a sense of collegial satisfaction.


AmeriCorps VISTA positions at More Than Words

More Than Words (MTW) supports 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. Youth work two paid jobs at MTW: in our $2M bookselling business learning critical skills and a "YOU Job" where they advance personal goals in education, work, and life. Visit MTWyouth.org to learn more about our organization. 


Community Social Worker

The Town of Wellesley's Health Department has an opening for a part-time (14 to 19 hours per week) Community Social Worker. Reporting to the Health Director, the Community Social Worker, operating within the policies established by the Board of Health and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, seeks to enhance and to make accessible the social service and mental health resources available to residents of the Town of Wellesley and their families by providing outreach, information and referral. The incumbent provides short-term counseling and crisis intervention to assess needs, refer cases and coordinate services. The work requires knowledge of local and regional social assistance programs, basic social service skills, and collaboration with other Town departments.


In-Home Therapist-$1,000 Sign-on Bonus!

Provide In-Home Therapy (IHT) services in homes or other community locations to youth and families. The In-Home Therapy team provides strength-based services to youth under 21 years old who have social, emotional and behavioral needs and to the youths' families.


Director of Programs

SparkShare partners with youth (ages 15-19) and organizations to support young people in their efforts to drive positive change in their community and in their own lives. We do this by leveraging our network of youth, corporate, civic, academic, and religious organizations to enable young change makers to:
• Build skills
• Connect with organizational partners to support them in their work; and,
• Learn from other young people across diverse communities in Massachusetts.


Director of Social Service Advocacy

The Youth Advocacy Division (YAD) is seeking an experienced social worker to fill the position of Director of Social Service Advocacy. YAD is the juvenile defender division of CPCS and helps ensure that every indigent child in Massachusetts has access to zealous legal representation in delinquency and youthful offender cases. As youth in Massachusetts have a right to jury trials and are subject to both juvenile and adult sentences, trial offices integrate the work of attorneys, a social service advocate, and an administrative assistant to fully address the legal and developmental needs of our clients.


Director of Private Social Work Services

CPCS is seeking its first Director of Private Social Work Services to improve legal representation of indigent clients facing criminal and mental health cases. CPCS provides legal services to indigent clients by a combination of private attorneys trained and certified to accept assignments and staff attorneys. Assigned private counsel attorneys represent 80% of indigent clients in Massachusetts, and hire private social workers who are an integral part of the defense team through the Indigent Court Costs Act.


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