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Welcome to GSSWSR Career Services

The GSSWSR learns of jobs from many area agencies, social work alumni, and area employers via multiple sources. Social work as well as human and social services job listings, among others, are posted here for current students and alumni. 

This Job Board is one resource for full- and part-time jobs for prepared social work professionals across a wide spectrum of categories. The date the job is posted is indicated in each job announcement. Listings are added to the top to make it easier to see new postings. Postings will appear for approximately 30 days. 

Before applying to any job posting, check with the employer to be certain the job is still open and not filled. Application materials go directly to the employer and not to the GSSWSR.


Temporary Summer Opportunities

Posted: 05/13/2022
Job title: Assistant Group Supervisor Aide
Organization: ECS

Employment type: Summer Position

Brief description: The ECS OST Assistant Group Supervisor Aide  assists in implementing daily program activities and supervising youth in the Out-of-School Time Program at designated schools. See location list at the end of this posting.

Skills and qualifications: High School Diploma. Ability to relate and work with culturally diverse children and families in a helpful and non-judgmental manner. Good communication skills, the ability to work independently, as well as with a team.  

Agency contact: Lindsay Albright, lindsaya@ecsphilly.org


Posted: 04/01/2022
Job title: Head Counselor (Leadership)
Organization: Camp Akeela

Employment type: Summer Position
Salary: $3,500-$5,000

Benefits: Housing, All Meals, Travel stipend. A summer outside in Vermont! An amazing opportunity to live and work with Neurodiverse children. 

Brief description: Head Counselors are experienced individuals who support the staff and campers in their assigned 3-4 camper cabins. Head Counselors do not live in camper cabins, however spend most of their days with their assigned cabins creating a fun and socially engaging experience for their campers. They also partner with parents during the summer as a liaison between camp and camper families. 

Skills and qualifications: Bachelor’s or graduate degree in a relevant field of study. Several years of professional experience working with children with learning differences, ASD, or other social communication disorders. Experience with parent communication of camper/student progress in a professional setting. Camp experience a bonus. 

Agency contact: Debbie Sasson, she/her, debbie@campakeela.com


Posted: 02/04/2022
Job title: Outdoor Discovery Program Instructor
Organization: L.L. Bean

Employment type: Part-time
Salary: $15 per hour

Brief description: We invite you to be part of our team of trailblazers dedicated to helping people discover and enjoy the outside. Come join us. Because on the inside we’re all outsiders. And if it’s outside, we’re all in. Our purpose is to share our skills, knowledge, and love of the outdoors through our programs and events.

Skills and qualifications: First Aid/CPR training; Participates in all required pre- and mid-season training sessions; Proven leadership skills with the ability to coach and encourage participants; Demonstrated interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills; Established time management and organization skills; Ability to maintain a high level of enthusiasm, motivation and positive attitude; Knowledge of active gear for the activity you are teaching; Availability to work a flexible schedule including weekdays, weekday evenings, weekends and holidays. 

Agency contact: Corey Shiner, she/her, cshiner1@llbean.com.


Posted: 01/28/2022
Job title: Camper Care Social Worker
Organization: Eden Village Camp

Employment type: Full-time, Summer
Salary: $3,000

Brief description: Our Camper Care Team Member serves as social worker and mental health support team member, managing the mental, social, and behavioral concerns and issues that may occur with campers and/or staff. They support other staffers in working with campers who are having difficulties adjusting to camp, work directly with campers, and partner with parents and campers' therapists as necessary. They are key member of the mental health team and help set the culture of all camp.

Skills and qualifications: Live on site at Eden Village Camp for the 9 week summer season. Minimum 2 years experience or high-level training working with individuals with mental health concerns, preferably knowledgeable of young people’s concerns, issues, and challenges; social work, guidance, therapy, clinical psychology or other relevant training, degree or certification preferred. Willing to share and make joint decisions, focused and able to work independently. Willingness to place the needs of the children and camp above personal desires. Good health and stamina necessary to work in the camp setting. Acceptance of irregular work hours. Acceptance of irregular work hours. Must be at least 21 years old, and are expected to stay at camp the entire season and attend staff training

Agency contact: Beth Praver, beth@edenvillagecamp.org.


Posted: 01/14/2022
Job title: Summer Fellow
Organization: Youth Sentencing and Reentry Project

Employment type: Temporary (summer), full-time
Salary: $3,000 stipend

Brief description: Applicants will be asked to work on a number of projects and activities, including but not limited to: Mitigation investigations and report writing for YSRP’s client-partners who are youth charged as adults, supporting youth in their reentry to the community, research to support policy advocacy efforts, community organizing and outreach, and occasional administrative tasks. Ideal candidates will be comfortable working independently, and will be interested in working in a small, fast-paced environment. YSRP is currently operating remotely and the fellowship may be remote, depending on the state of the COVID-19 pandemic. Applicants should have a working knowledge of criminal procedure and a commitment to providing holistic, comprehensive, partnership-oriented support to the youth and families served by YSRP. 

Skills and qualifications: The Youth Sentencing & Reentry Project (YSRP) seeks applications from qualified first- and second-year law students and first-year Master of Social Work students interested in racial justice and juvenile and criminal justice reform, particularly pertaining to youth prosecuted in the adult criminal justice system. YSRP is thrilled to be able to offer two paid summer fellowships for graduate (law and/or social work) students. Each fellowship provides a stipend of $3,000 for the summer. The ideal candidate will be available for a 10-week commitment beginning in late May or early June 2022. Start and end dates are flexible. 

Agency contact: Emily Robb (she/her), erobb@ysrp.org.


Posted: 01/14/2022
Job title: Mental Health Professional
Organization: Camp Gan Israel of Greater Philadelphia

Employment type: Temporary (summer), full-time and part-time hours

Brief description: This role is a seasonal summer full-time non-exempt position, with part-time hours before summer session begins. During the summer session the position includes evening hours on an as needed basis. Part time remote hours prior to June, full time from June 20th to August 19th. The Mental Health Professional reports to the Director of Community Care. 

Skills and qualifications: Graduate-level or higher degree in a mental health field. Including, but not limited to: social work, mental health counseling, psychology, youth psychiatry, family therapy, etc. 3-5 years of post-graduate work experience in a related field. Prior camp experience in working with young children is preferred. See linked description for more details. 

Agency contact: Emily Coplon, emily@ganisraelphilly.com.


Posted: 01/14/2022
Job title: Summer Intern
Organization: JFF

Employment type: Temporary (summer), full-time

Brief description: The program offers a wide range of opportunities to learn about the inner workings of an equity-centered, innovative, and mission-driven organization while developing valuable skills and knowledge that will be key to future career success. Over the course of the 11-week program, interns will get a firsthand introduction to the operations, programs, and people of JFF and learn about our exciting work and achievements. They will work closely with team members on one or more high-impact projects within a specific unit. 

Skills and qualifications: You have a high school diploma or equivalent. You are passionate about JFF’s mission and social justice. You are collaborative and have an ability to work flexibly as part of a team. You have strong organizational skills and demonstrate an attention to detail. 

Agency contact: Sarah Jenness, sarahalicejenness@gmail.com.


Posted: 01/14/2022
Job title: Psycho-Social Internship
Organization: The Quad Manhattan

Employment type: Temporary (summer), full-time

Brief description: During this 8-week commitment, psycho-social interns gain hands-on experience working with children in a classroom setting and receive direct training through weekly group supervision and pre-program didactic seminars (70+ hours) by Supervising Psychologist, Dr. Ben Klein, and our Summer Program Directors. 

Skills and qualifications: Interns must be rising undergraduate seniors, college graduates, graduate student level, or higher. Major(s): Psychology, Pre Med, Special Education, Social Work, Mental Health,
Counseling, Speech and Language Pathology, Occupational Therapy, or a related field. Minimum 3.5 GPA (This is a very rigorous internship that requires commitment and a very strong work ethic).

Agency contact: Ashley Riviere, ashley@thequadmanhattan.com.


May Job Board

Posted: 05/13/2022
Job title: Social Worker job ID 9267599

Organization: Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals

Agency contact: Eileen Winter, eileen.winter@jefferson.edu; Tina Trantas, tina.trantas@jefferson.edu


 

Posted: 05/13/2022
Job title: Research Associate I/II

Organization: Auburn University

Salary: $38,233 - $58,400

Brief description: The Department of Human Development and Family Studies (HDFS), through a partnership with the Department of Defense (DoD) and the US Department of Agriculture – National Institute of Food and Agriculture (USDA/NIFA), is seeking candidates for the position of Research Associate I/II to support the work of Military REACH. Military REACH provides high-quality resources to the DoD in the form of research and professional development tools across the spectrum of family support, resilience, and readiness. In collaboration with the larger research team, this individual will contribute to the creation of research reports and the coordination of research products through their various stages of development. This individual will assist the Military REACH research team in planning, developing, and completing research reports, specifically brief summaries and comprehensive reviews of the literature

Skills and qualifications: Master's degree from an accredited institution. Knowledge of design, implementation, delivery and management of educational programs/services. Understanding of effective communications concepts; leadership skills to manage a diverse, collaborative team and demonstrate excellent written and oral communication skills; proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Publisher; proficiency in the operation of office equipment and search engines are also required.

Agency contact: Kate Abbate, MilitaryREACH@auburn.edu


Posted: 05/13/2022
Job title: Domestic Violence Counselor

Organization: Women in Transition 

Salary: $40,000

Benefits: On the first of the month after hire, benefits are available including paid leave, health & dental insurance, Short and Long-Term Disability & Life Insurance.

Brief description: Women In Transition (WIT) currently seeks a Domestic Violence (DV) Counselor. This is a non-exempt, full-time, 35 hours per week position reporting to WIT's Program Director. The primary responsibilities of the WIT DV Counselor are: to provide telephone counseling, advocacy, and safety planning services to adult victims of domestic violence; and to respond to the emotional and physical needs of DV survivors by providing counseling, guidance and support to help them stabilize their lives.

Skills and qualifications: Associate or undergraduate degree or documentation of the equivalent in work experience in the field of human services or other relevant degree. Upon hiring, within 60 days, must complete 40-hour Domestic Violence Advocate Training and the Crime Victims Compensation Training, and within 30 days must provide FBI, Act 33 criminal background check and child abuse clearances.

Agency contact: WITinfo@helpwomen.org


Posted: 05/13/2022
Job title: Child Advocacy Social Worker/ Social Service Advocate

Organization: Defender Association of Philadelphia

Brief description: The position of Child Advocate Social Worker/ Social Service Advocate requires the management of a caseload of approximately 70-80 dependent children.   Social Workers / Social Service Advocates work closely with child advocate attorneys in an integrated team, based approach throughout the life of each case.  Social Workers/Social Service Advocates routinely visit clients in their placement setting and consult with caregivers, provider agency workers, therapists, teachers, and other service providers to assess a clients’ well-being.  Social Workers/Social Service Advocates prepare a detailed court report and recommendations to be used in court proceedings and testify in court as needed.  Candidates should possess excellent verbal and written communication skills. 

Skills and qualifications: BSW or BA/BS in related Human Services field; MSW OR MA preferred in related Human Services field. See linked job description for more details. 

Agency contact: James Healey, jhaley@philadefender.org


Posted: 05/13/2022
Job title: Residential Life Coordinator

Organization: Bryn Mawr College
Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $42,000

Brief description: The RLC position is a 10-month, full-time position in the Office of Residential Life. This generalist position is designed to provide the opportunity for a comprehensive and valuable experience in student life work in a selective, residential liberal arts college setting. The RLCs provide support and serve as a resource to Bryn Mawr College students, residential life professional and student staff members (Hall Advisors), the Dean’s Office, and other student life and campus offices. The RLCs also provide nighttime and weekend on-call support to the Bryn Mawr residential community and assist with departmental planning efforts, operational tasks, and campus events and programs.

Skills and qualifications: Master’s degree in Higher Education, Counseling, Social Work, or related field preferred. Minimum 1-year post-undergraduate experience required in counseling, advising, college, housing, residential life, or related field. Commitment to social justice and inclusion and a desire to work with a diverse population. Training in intergroup dialogue, conflict mediation, group facilitation or related experience. See linked job description for more details. 


Posted: 05/06/2022
Job title: IBHS Clinician-Lead

Organization: Intercommunity Action, Inc. 
Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $50,000

Brief description: Under the supervision of the IBHS Clinical Supervisor, the IBHS Clinician-Lead is responsible for providing direct clinical intervention to children and families as well as consultation to school personnel. The IBHS Clinician-Lead is qualified to provide Mobile Therapy (MT) and/or Behavior Consultation (BC) services as appropriate and will need to be available for day and evening hours as their caseload requires

Skills and qualifications: The IBHS Clinician-Lead must meet one of the following: a.  Be licensed in PA as a behavior specialist and have a graduate degree that required a clinical or mental health direct service practicum. b.  Have a minimum of 1 year of FT experience providing mental health direct services to children, youth or young adults; and a graduate degree in psychology, social work, education, or counseling (with at least 9 credits specific to clinical practice in psychology, social work or counseling). c.  Completed a clinical or mental health direct service practicum; and have a graduate degree in psychology, social work, education, ​counseling, or a related field (with at least 9 credits specific to clinical practice in psychology, social work, education, counseling, or a related field). 

Agency contact: Kathy Miller, kmiller@intercommunityaction.org


Posted: 05/06/2022
Job title: IBHS Clinician

Organization: Intercommunity Action, Inc. 
Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $48,000

Brief description: Under the supervision of the IBHS Clinical Supervisor, the IBHS Clinician is responsible for providing direct clinical intervention to children and families as well as consultation to school personnel. The IBHS Clinician is qualified to provide either Mobile Therapy (MT) or Behavior Consultation (BC) services as appropriate and will need to be available for day and evening hours as their caseload requires. 

Skills and qualifications: Please see linked description for details. 

Agency contact: Kathy Miller, kmiller@intercommunityaction.org


April Job Board

Posted: 04/29/2022
Job title: Multiple

Organization: Lane County Behavioral Health, Eugene, OR
Employment type: Various

Brief description: Lane County Behavioral Health is hiring for several entry level and advanced career positions, perfect for folks with counseling, psychology or social work degrees. These Mental Health Specialist (MHS) positions include working on adult outpatient treatment teams, working with forensic clients who are engaged in the fitness to proceed process, clients who are being engaged through our Forensic Intensive Treatment Team (FITT) and our Civil Commitment team.  We also have one supervisor position currently open supporting an adult outpatient team and our Access team which provides intake and assessments for new or returning clients.  

Agency contact: Olivia McClelland, she/her, they/theirs, olivia.mcclelland@lanecountyor.gov


Posted: 04/29/2022
Job title: Mental Health Counselors

Organization: Onyx Therapy Group, MD and D.C.

Brief description: Onyx Therapy Group is a Black Woman, Veteran-Owned mental health company who aims to address mental health issues and disparities in communities.  We aim to support and guide the healing process through a range of theoretical orientations and therapeutic interventions with the primary outcomes of awareness, empowerment, grounding, and growth. Our practice serves children, adolescents, adults, families, and the LGBT+ community. 

Skills and qualifications: A Master’s degree in Counseling, Marriage & Family Counseling, Social Work, or a related subject from an accredited university. Licensed as a Professional Counselor (LPC/LCPC), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor (LGPC), or Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW/LICSW). Available to participate in group supervision sessions (typically scheduled the third Saturday of each month). Able to work a hybrid model of in-person and virtual counseling or 100% remote. 

Agency contact: If you are interested in applying, please send your resume and cover letter to info@onyxtherapygroup.com.  

If you have any questions or would to inquire about this and other opportunities with Onyx Therapy Group, please feel free to contact Ms. Antoinette Batts via email at abatts@onyxtherapygroup.com  and info@onyxtherapygroup.com


Posted: 04/29/2022
Job title: Clinical Services Associate

Organization: NeuroFlow
Employment type: Internship

Salary: $15 per hour

Brief description: We’re looking for a talented and passionate associate who will help fuel our rapid growth as the leader in behavioral health technology. You will have the opportunity to work on a wide variety of projects within our clinical operations department, including policy development and investigating large scale social problems, along with working one on one with clients in our behavioral health program. You’ll need to understand how to prioritize your time efficiently without micromanagement. This is a unique chance to support clients in a traditional sense, while learning about ways to implement innovative technology solutions to advance the delivery of behavioral health care. Must be highly motivated and willing to work on projects outside of your comfort zone. The sky's the limit - you will get as much out of this opportunity as you put in. 

Skills and qualifications: You are pursuing a Master’s degree in Social Work with an accredited University.
You are passionate about using technology and innovation to improve access to behavioral health services. You love a fast-paced environment and propose creative solutions to problems. You are comfortable self-leading, taking initiative, and working to improve your abilities. 

Agency contact: Faith Best, she/her, faith@neuroflow.com


Posted: 04/29/2022
Job title: Juvenile Racial Equity Specialist

Organization: City of Philadelphia Office of Criminal Justice
Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $70,000 per year

Brief description: Please see online job posting for more detail. Applicants should apply though the city job posting link. The Youth Racial Equity Strategist for the Office of Criminal Justice will coordinate the development and implementation of strategies aimed at reducing Racial and Ethnic Disparities (R/ED) in Philadelphia’s juvenile justice system. The Youth Racial Equity Strategist is tasked with providing leadership, subject-matter expertise, and support to the ongoing efforts to advance racial equity across the juvenile justice system. The Strategist will play a key role in ensuring that all aspects of the reform effort are conducted with a focus on equity. The Racial Equity Strategist will report to the Deputy Director of the Office of Criminal Justice

Skills and qualifications: Completion of an advanced degree at an accredited college or university in sociology, public policy, law, criminal justice, social work, public administration, or related field; or equivalent work experience; or relevant work or educational background and lived experience as a person directly impacted by the juvenile justice system. Five years of related working experience in a large jurisdiction preferred, including with community-based and advocacy groups. Experience establishing and implementing diversity or racial equity initiatives preferred. Individuals with lived experience in the juvenile justice system are encouraged to apply. High-level managerial skills including problem-solving, decision-making and conflict resolution are also required. See job description for additional details. 

Agency contact: Rhonda McKitten, rhonda.mckitten@phila.gov


Posted: 04/22/2022
Job title: School-Based Therapist

Organization: Family Service of Chester County
Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $49,000-$55,000

Benefits: 6 weeks paid vacation annually; Health Insurance; Dental Insurance; Flexible Spending Account; 403b retirement account; Weekly Individual and Group supervision (LCSW supervisors). 

Brief description: Family Service of Chester County is seeking a Master's level therapist for our Counseling Program’s partnership with a local school district. This is a 37.5 hour position with benefits, paid time off (including 6 weeks of vacation), and competitive pay. Weekly individual and group supervision will be provided. The therapist will see children in their local schools, year-round. 

Skills and qualifications: We are looking for an individual who is energetic, motivated, and enthusiastic about helping underserved individuals and families through psychotherapy. Candidates must have a Master’s in Social Work or related degree, and have strong clinical skills. Must have experience working with children or adolescents. Must be comfortable in working on a team and addressing suicidality. Spanish-language skills is a bonus. 

Agency contact: Kevin Hayes, he/him, khayes@familyservice.us


Posted: 04/22/2022
Job title: Counselor Advocate

Organization: Womanspace
Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $45,000-$48,000

Benefits: Womanspace offers a comprehensive benefit packages that includes vacation leave, paid holidays, and paid absence; excellent medical and dental insurance with Womanspace paying 100% of employee premiums; and 401K contribution after one year of service.

Brief description: Bilingual a plus. BIPOC encouraged to apply.  Working from our office in Lawrenceville, this position includes providing individual and group counseling to adults and children, community outreach and advocacy for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Hours vary and interested candidates must be willing to work at least 2 nights a week.

Skills and qualifications: Degree in social work, counseling or related field. Counseling and advocacy skills. Experience in Direct Service. Non-profit experience preferred. 

Agency contact: Interested candidates should send resumes to Susan Victor jobs@womanspace.org


Posted: 04/15/2022
Job title: Immediate temp and temp to hire

Organization: Social Work prn
Employment type: Various

Brief description: Social Work p.r.n. of Philadelphia is a professional social work company specializing in staffing of bachelor and master level social workers from accredited schools of social work. Our business is guided by social work values, principles and leadership.

Skills and qualifications: The primary requirement to affiliate with Social Work p.r.n. is holding a Bachelor’s, Master’s or Doctorate degree from a CSWE Council of Social Work Education accredited social work program. 

Agency contact: Joann Poole, joann@socialworkprn.com


Posted: 04/15/2022
Job title: Case Manager

Organization: Dinah
Employment type: Part-time, 5-10 hours per week

Salary: $40 per hour

Brief description: Dinah is looking for a case manager to coordinate our growing legal representation program. The Case Manager will be the first point of contact for prospective and active clients. They will be responsible for conducting intakes, answering general legal questions (without providing legal advice), providing trauma-informed support and occasional court accompaniment, and matching clients with volunteer-attorneys. 

Skills and qualifications: Master’s degree in social work or similar background; Experienced in trauma-informed care; Culturally competent in working with a Jewish population including the Orthodox community; Exceptional spoken and written communication skills. 

Preferred qualifications: 3+ years’ client-facing and/or case management experience; Comfortable using Salesforce; Access to a car/ability to travel to Philadelphia or the surrounding counties. 

Agency contact: Shana Weiner, info@dinahphilly.org


Posted: 04/08/2022
Job title: Teach for America IGNITE Fellowship

Organization: Teach for America
Employment type: Part-time fellowship

Salary: $1,200 stipend

Brief description: The IGNITE fellowship is a part-time (5 hrs per week), paid opportunity to build meaningful relationships with youth, accelerate student success and gain skills that propel their leadership forward. Fellows will receive a $1200 (pre-tax) award at the conclusion of their fellowship term. You will find the application, fellowship dates, and eligibility information below. 

Skills and qualifications: Current undergraduate and graduate students with a minimum 2.5 GPA (minimum HS GPA 3.0 for college freshmen). Ability to participate in onboarding and fellowship readiness prior to the start of the fellowship. Ability to work approximately 5 hours virtually per week during the school day. Evidence of fulfilling commitments and strong organizational skills. Must be eligible to work in the U.S.: U.S. citizens, national or legal permanent residents, or Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals (DACA recipients). Prior experience with low-income communities is preferred but not required. Desire to work with students and have a positive effect on their learning experience. Interest in contributing to Teach For America’s mission

Agency contact: Stephen Ucheomumu, he/him/his, stephen.ucheomumu@teachforamerica.org


Posted: 04/08/2022

Job title: Case Manager

Organization: Belmont Behavioral Hospital

Employment type: Full-time

Brief description: Belmont Behavioral Hospital is a premiere provider of comprehensive treatment for mental health conditions and substance abuse problems. Having been in operation for over 75 years as one of the most prominent providers of behavioral healthcare treatment services, Belmont is proud to offer high quality and specialized programming options for children, adolescents, adults, and older adults who are suffering from psychiatric concerns and chemical dependency. 

Skills and qualifications: Master's degree in Psychology, Social Work, Counseling or other therapeutic field is required. Four or more years’ experience as a therapist with two or more years’ experience with the specific population of the facility is required. 


Posted: 04/08/2022
Job title: Primary/ Behavioral Health Therapist

Organization: The Renfrew Center
Employment type: Full-time

Brief description: Provide individual, family, and group therapy for both adults and adolescents; case management services; Collaborate with referral sources and outpatient teams; Communicate with insurance companies to ensure continued authorization of caseload; Participate as an active member of the treatment team; Maintain clinical documentation. 

Skills and qualifications: M.A, M.S. or PsyD or Ph.D. is required; Full independent licensure strongly preferred - LCSW, LCSW-C, LCPC, Ph.D. Experience working with patients who have eating disorders is strongly preferred but not required.

Agency contact: Jessica Hansford, jhansford@renfrewcenter.com


Posted: 04/01/2022
Event title: Open House Hiring Event

Organization: Helping Hands Family
Employment type: Various

Brief description: Come check out our Paoli clinic, meet our Clinical Directors, and Talent Team. If interested, we are doing on the spot interviews. 

Wednesday, April 6th from 6:30-8:00 PM at Paoli Clinic, 209 West Lancaster Ave., Suite 100, Paoli, PA 19301. RSVP using link above or click here.  

Agency contact: Carissa Andrus, carissa@hhfamily.com


Posted: 04/01/2022
Job title: School Social Worker

Organization: Montgomery County Intermediate Unit #23

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $48,780 - $114,158

Benefits: Competitive salary. Comprehensive benefits, including medical, dental, prescription, and vision insurance coverage.
Tuition reimbursement. Eligibility for federal student loan forgiveness. Participation in PSERS (Public School Employees’ Retirement System). Paid time off benefits. 

Brief description: Facilitate support for families by increasing their awareness of community based resources and services in Montgomery County. Assist families in applying for medical assistance. Coordinate the information and efforts of clinics and private therapist working with these children, helping parents to understand their child’s development and disability. Consult with school staff to best support the needs of the student. Coordinate and participate in multi-disciplinary team meetings as requested. See linked job description for more details. 

Skills and qualifications: Master's Degree in Social Work from an accredited CSWE program required. Valid PA licensed social worker (LSW) or licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) required. Valid PA certification as a School Social Worker PK-12, Educational Specialist required. 

Agency contact: Tawan Baxter, she/her, tbaxter@mciu.org


March Job Board

Posted: 03/25/2022
Job title: Mental Health Specialist

Organization: Tredyffrin/Easttown School District 

Brief description: The Tredyffrin/Easttown School District is seeking applications for the anticipated position of Mental Health Specialist for Conestoga High School for the 2022-2023 school year. The position begins the first day of the 2022-23 school year.

Skills and qualifications: The candidate must possess or be eligible for valid Pennsylvania certification as School Social Worker, Home/School Visitor, or School Psychologist; a Master’s Degree in Social Work and or related mental health field; and the proven ability to work collaboratively and effectively with others for the benefit of students.

Agency contact: Joellen Corrocher, jcorrocher@gmail.com


Posted: 03/25/2022
Job title: Licensed Milieu Therapist

Organization: Carson Valley Children's Aid
Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $52,000 per year

Benefits: Full benefit package including health coverage plan, PTO, paid holidays, and more. 

Brief description: As a Milieu Therapist, you will facilitate psychoeducational skill groups, implementing a Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) curriculum. You will help youth to practice regulating their emotions, controlling self-destructive behaviors, and improving interpersonal relationships. You will also coach direct care staff to ensure effective support for residents.

Skills and qualifications: Must be licensed in PA as a Professional Counselor (LPC) or Marriage & Family Therapist (LMFT), currently or within the next 3 months (required); Master's degree in a relevant field such as psychology, counseling, social work, etc. (required); 2+ years of relevant experience with youth and families (required). 

Agency contact: Hailey McDowell, she/her/hers, hmcdowell@cvca-pa.org


Posted: 03/25/2022
Job title: Licensed Therapist & Groups Coordinator

Organization: Carson Valley Children's Aid
Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $52,000 per year

Benefits: Full benefits package including health plan, PTO, paid holidays, and more

Brief description: As a Therapist & Groups Coordinator, you will help residents to acquire the tools they need for personal growth. You will provide direct therapeutic services, participate in treatment planning, and supervise Master’s level interns as they implement psycho-educational groups on campus.

This role is ideal for a professional who is looking to hone their clinical skills, develop as a leader, and make a difference every day. 

Skills and qualifications: Must be licensed as an LPC or LMFT, currently or within the next 3 months (required); Hold a Master's degree in a mental health field (required); 1+ years of relevant experience with youth and families (required). 

Agency contact: Hailey McDowell, she/her/hers, hmcdowell@cvca-pa.org


Posted: 03/25/2022
Job title: Graduate Level Therapist

Organization: Diamond State Counseling
Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $25 - 35 per hour

Benefits: Paid time off, paid holidays, and a matching 401k program

Brief description: Provide an array of outpatient mental health services to promote individualized patient services. Conduct intakes, individual, and group therapy. Provide mental health assessments, counseling, referrals, and intervention services. Complete and maintain documentation in a timely and accurate manner and according to Federal, State and DSC guidelines. Write reports to court, school, or other agencies as necessary. Collaborate with external psychiatric care providers to help refer those patients in need. Participates in DSC meetings and trainings as required. Full time therapists maintain a caseload of a minimum of 32 held appointments a week. Other duties or projects as assigned. 

Skills and qualifications: Licensed (LMSW, LCSW) or pre-licensure in Delaware. Able to make professional evaluations, decisions, and recommendations for treatment planning and implementation. Able to work independently and as a positive member of a team. Able to establish and maintain effective working relationships with mentally or emotionally disabled persons and their families. Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Strong computer literacy skills. 

Agency contact: Lyz Bowman, she/her, lyzbowman@diamondstatecounseling.com


Posted: 03/25/2022
Job title: Community Integration Social Worker

Organization: JCHAI 

Brief description: The Community Integration Social Worker (CISW) provides experiential learning opportunities in both one-on-one and group settings for adults (18+) with mild to moderate developmental differences or disabilities (including autism, intellectual disabilities, executive function, anxiety and other learning disabilities) either living on their own or aspiring to live and work more independently. We provide these services in the community, at our education hubs, and in our member homes. Must have a car. 

Mail resume to Beth Rosenwasser and copy Carmen LeVere, clevere@jchai.org

Agency contact: Beth Rosenwasser, PhD, Director of Community Engagement and Program Development, bethrosenwasser@jchai.org


Posted: 03/25/2022
Job title: Behavior Support Consultant

Organization: Spectra Support Services, LLC
Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $20-22 per hour

Benefits: Benefits offered to full-time employees include but aren't limited to following 30 days of employment, with the employer contributing 50% toward employee-only bi-weekly premium: Medical benefits, with employer contributing 50% toward employee’s bi-weekly premium; Ancillary Benefits of Dental and Vision, with employer contributing 50% toward employee’s bi-weekly premium. Following 30 days of employment, automatic enrollment: Short Term Disability, Group Long Term Disability, Group Term Life and Accidental Death and Dismemberment, and Flexible Spending Account. 

Brief description: Implements agency’s mission and adherence to its core values; Provides training, mentorship, and crisis intervention support to Direct Support Professionals (DSP); Gathers behavioral data and complete monthly and quarterly reporting; Collaborates with BSC-Level 2 to modify Behavior Support Plans, as needed; Assists in conducting Functional Behavior Analyses, as needed; Directly models intervention techniques to DSPs; Assists agency in assuring staffing coverage in various programs; Provides crisis intervention as necessary to support participants and DSPs. See linked job description for more details. 

Skills and qualifications: Experience: Autism: 3 years (Preferred); Non-verbal: 1 year (Preferred); Intellectual disability: 1 year (Preferred); Working with adults with disabilities: 1 year (Preferred); License/Certification: Driver's License (Preferred). 

Agency contact: Christine Nelson, she/her/hers, cnelson@spectrapa.com


Posted: 03/25/2022
Job title: Mobile Therapist

Organization: The Center for Autism
Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $45-50,000 per year

Benefits: Health/vision/dental insurance offered

Brief description: The Mobile Therapist-Team Lead is responsible for direct therapy with children enrolled in the Center’s daily Creating Opportunities for Relating and Engaging program (C.O.R.E.). This is a center based position involving delivery of small group treatment to children aged 2-6 with a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder. The MT is the lead therapist in the room and supervises the Behavior Health Technicians. 

Skills and qualifications: Completed a clinical or mental health direct service practicum and have a graduate degree with a least nine credits specific to clinical practice in psychology, social work, education, counseling or a related field from a college or university accredited by an agency recognized by the United States Department of Education or the Council for Higher Education Accreditation or have an equivalent degree from a foreign college or university that has been evaluated by the Association of International Credential Evaluators, Inc. or the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services. The Department will accept a general equivalency report from the listed evaluator agencies to verify a foreign degree or its equivalency. 

Agency contact: Bethany Barney, she/her/hers, bbarney@cfa.phmc.org


Posted: 03/25/2022
Job title: Behavior Technician/ Autism Therapist

Organization: Helping Hands Family
Employment type: Full-time, part-time, and internships

Salary: $18-22 per hour

Benefits: HF offers a comprehensive full-time benefits package to all employees who work a minimum of 30 hours per week. Eligibility begins the first of the month following 30 days of service. Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance Options; Paid Time Off & Holidays; Retirement 401K Plan, with a 3% match; Flexible Spending Accounts; Optional benefits including STD, Life & LTD. 

Brief description: Growing ABA company looking for passionate therapists to work with our children! Looking for vibrant, self-starters to join our team at the ground level! Our Behavior Technicians directly contribute to our mission of making autism services personal by providing direct one-on-one behavioral interventions developed out of the science of Applied Behavior Analysis in our clinics and the homes of our clients. 

Skills and qualifications: ABA experience is not required, but experience working with children is preferred. 

Agency contact: Carissa Andrus, carissa@hhfamily.com


Posted: 03/25/2022
Job title: Certified School Psychologist

Organization: Timothy King, Ph.D.
Employment type: Part-time

Salary: TBD

Brief description: Diagnostic Testing Center in Washington Crossing, PA is urgently seeking a part time (hopefully developing into full time) certified school psychologist, licensed or potentially license eligible. Duties include Psychoeducational Diagnostic testing / scoring, parent and teacher consultation, report writing, some classroom observation, parent counseling, in a busy private practice which has been in existence for over 40 years and has a strong reputation around the area for efficacy, advocacy and follow-up support. Position will include salary, health-care benefits and some holidays as well as vacation allowance (after successful completion of probation period). Per diem applicants will also be considered. Those who are interested should send a CV to info@drkingtesting.com. Looking for serious candidates only who have the desire for a long-term goal / career working in a small, reputable private practice. Salary based on training and experience. This position is starting off as part time, with the hopes of leading into full time. 

Skills and qualifications: Knowledge of roles and functions of a School Psychologist. Skill in conducting a broad range of psychoeducational assessments in order to determine eligibility for special education, including cognitive and achievement testing as well as adaptive behavior and social/emotional measures. Scoring / interpreting these findings. Occasional Participation in IEP meetings at schools. Knowledge of Federal and State regulations as it pertains to the classification and planning of Special Ed. Services for students in PA & NJ. Writing of psychoeducational reports / Summary Reports. 

Agency contact: Nicole Notartomas, info@drkingtesting.com


Posted: 03/18/2022
Job title: Assistant Team Leader

Organization: Pathways to Housing PA
Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $50,000

Benefits: 11 paid holidays; Can accrue 15 days of vacation during the first 2 years; Can accrue 20 days of vacation after 2 years of service; F/T employees earn 12 sick days per year; Medical/Dental Insurance/Flexible Spending Accounts; AFLAC; Company paid - life insurance, short-term & long-term disability; Tuition Assistance; 401K - PTHPA will make 3% contribution of gross salary and bonus payment; Recognition Awards. 

Brief description: The Assistant Team Leader (ATL) is a member of the non-fidelity Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) team who provides flexible, community-based services that are designed to promote the stability, recovery and community integration of formerly homeless individuals who have a mental illness and substance use disorder. The Assistant Team Leader, in collaboration with the team, coordinates and provides services for all participants on the team in a compassionate and responsible manner. The ATL is required to assume leadership and fulfill all functions and responsibilities of the Team Leader in their absence. 

Skills and qualifications: Patience, creativity, flexibility, compassion, and sensitivity to persons with disabilities and other minority populations. Master’s in Social Work or another clinical mental health discipline (psychology, counseling, psychiatric nursing, or marriage and family therapy) is required. Preference will be given to those with MSW; Three (3) years’ experience working in a related field required. Responsible, organized and efficient. Excellent interpersonal, communication and writing skills, as well as computer literacy. Supervisory experience preferred. Ability to work with diverse populations including participants and staff in critical and emergency situations. Sensitive to cultural, economic, gender, and sexual orientation differences. Valid driver's license and clean driving record. 

Agency contact: Scotisha McMillan, smcmillan@pathwaystohousingpa.org


Posted: 03/18/2022

Job title: In-School Counselor
Organization: Lakeside Educational Services
Employment type: Full-time

Salary: Ranges based on experience.

Benefits: Full-time positions offer a full benefits package, including 403(b) retirement plan and paid time-off. 

Brief description: An In-School Counselor’s role is to help students identify, manage and overcome mental and emotional issues that are adversely affecting their education. An In-School Counselor will listen to students and ask questions to help them understand their problems and develop strategies to improve their lives. He/she will work cooperatively with school district staff to monitor and support students’ progress and transition out of services. An In-School Counselor will work with individuals, groups and families and help provide community resources as needed. 

Skills and qualifications: Master’s degree in counseling, social work, psychology, or a related mental health field.
Must be Licensed as a mental health care professional (LSW, LCSW, LPC or LMFT), or working towards it.
Compassionate and caring of students and families. See linked description for more details. 

Agency contact: Joyce Hofer-Medina, she/her, joycehm@lakeside.net


Posted: 03/18/2022
Job title: Counselors and licensed social workers

Organization: Catapult Learning 
Employment type: Full-time and part-time positions available

Virtual Interview Day, March 23 and 24, 2022, 3-4 pm

Brief description: The Catapult Learning Philadelphia team is seeking PA certified teachers, counselors, and licensed social workers for the 2022-23 school year. Full and part-time position available in non-public elementary and high schools across Philadelphia. 

Explore the opportunities and schedule an informational interview by clicking here. 

Agency contact: Michele Jenkins, Michele.Jenkins@catapultlearning.com


Posted: 03/18/2022
Job title: Development Coordinator

Organization: The Philadelphia Orchestra
Employment type: Full-time

Salary: 35-40k

Brief description: Process donations on a daily basis for all POA programs and events, including Academy of Music. Prepare and mail gift acknowledgement letters in a timely and accurate manner. Maintain accurate donor information in the Tessitura database. Provide assistance to the Senior Director, Development Services and the Manager, Development Services. When required, provide assistance to other Development Department units such as Annual Fund and Events.  

Skills and qualifications: Bachelor’s degree preferred, or a combination of education and relevant prior work experience. Prior customer service experience required. Knowledge of Tessitura or other fundraising software a plus. See linked job description for more details. 

Agency contact: Ashley Colston, acolston@philorch.org


Posted: 03/07/2022
Job title: 
Behavioral Health Technician, Mobile Therapist, Behavioral Consultant
Organization: CORA Services
Employment type: Full-time

Salary: Negotiable

Benefits: Medical, dental, life insurance, PT

Brief description: Comprising our Intensive Behavioral Health Services Program - funded by the City of Philadelphia Department of Behavioral Health's managed care arm – CBH - each position available works with youth needing clinical help to assist them in adapting to school & home functioning due to autism, depression, or other behavioral health challenges--which our IBHS team helps to mitigate. 

Skills and qualifications: For Behavioral Health Technicians--high school diploma and no prior experience; Mobile Therapist--Bachelor's or Master's degree & some counseling or related experiences with youth; Behavioral Consultant--Master's degree, preferably with a state Licenses Behavioral Consultant status.

Agency contact: Samuel Maron, smaron@coraservices.org


Posted: 03/07/2022
Job title: 
Therapist/ Child Life Guide
Organization: Redeemer Health – Drueding Center
Employment type: Full-time

Salary: TBD

Benefits: Medical and Dental Benefits, 403B Retirement Program, PTO, Life Insurance and Disability Plan, Flexible Spending Accounts, Educational Assistance, Employee Resources.

Brief description: Provides therapeutic services to young families through a variety of mediums (group work, and individual) with a focus on young children (0-5 years) and their parents. Provides developmental assessments and support to children, as well as programming that focuses on family life development. Provides consultation to other staff and makes referrals, when appropriate, for services not available on site. Works as part of interdisciplinary team.

Skills and qualifications: Masters Degree in Social Work or related field; At least two year clinical experience. Excellent clinical skills/ able to deal competently with mental health crises; Flexible hours with one evening a week and occasional Saturdays; Ability to work independently; Word processing ability.

Agency contact: Stephen Charette, scharette@holyredeemer.com


Posted: 03/07/2022
Job title: 
Sr. Family Advocate
Organization: Redeemer Health – Drueding Center
Employment type: Full-time

Salary: TBD

Benefits: Medical and Dental Benefits, 403B Retirement Program, PTO, Life Insurance and Disability Plan, Flexible Spending Accounts, Educational Assistance, Employee Resources.

Brief description: In keeping with Drueding Center’s core principles of healing from trauma, restoring hope and rapidly ending homelessness, coordinates the Intake process and provides trauma informed, housing first case management services to resident families. Coordinating services provided within the agency and the community.

Skills and qualifications: Master’s degree in social work or related field required; One-year experience in human services field preferred. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Ability to work as part of an interdisciplinary team. Knowledge and commitment to principles of social work. Driver’s License required. Flexible hours with one evening a week and occasional Saturday. 

Agency contact: Stephen Charette, scharette@holyredeemer.com


Posted: 03/07/2022
Job title: 
Therapist
Organization:  The Center for Child Development
Employment type: Varied

Salary: $30 to $40 per hour

Benefits: CCD offers the following benefits to full-time salaried therapists: PTO, Simple IRA retirement plan with a 3% match based on salary, a monthly benefit contribution, Medical/Dental/Vision benefits, and AFLAC benefits. CCD is dedicated to the growth of clinicians and requires clinical supervision for all staff and provides monthly training requirements as well as in-house/off-site trainings. 

Brief description: Provide psychotherapy to children, teens, and adults diagnosed with a variety of mental health disorders. Conduct individual, family, couples, and/or group therapy. Part-time clinicians must maintain a caseload of 10 weekly clients; Per diem work is as-needed. Prepare and maintain all required treatment records and reports. Intakes and progress notes are due within 24 hours of the appointment. Implement treatment plans as well as utilize assessments and evidenced-based therapeutic intervention. Please see linked job description for additional details.

Skills and qualifications: CCD is seeking well-qualified licensed and pre-licensed mental health clinicians to provide both office and school-based mental health counseling services. Clinician must have experience working with children and adults. Experience in the Delaware school system is preferred. Clinician must possess strong clinical skills, knowledge about the most evidenced-based treatment practices, a high level of independence, the ability to market mental health services in schools, and provide trainings to school staff. This position is currently operating virtually until schools resume in-person learning. 

Agency contact: Shannon Tarolli, she/her, shannon@thecenterforchilddevelopment.com


Posted: 03/07/2022
Job title: 
Assistant Mental Health Services Clinical Coordinator
Organization: Chester County
Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $47,219.25

Brief description: The Chester County Department of Mental Health/Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities is seeking a dynamic individual to serve as the Assistant Mental Health Clinical Services Coordinator (MH Program Specialist 1). The position provides administrative-level responsibilities for: Developing and maintaining a recovery-oriented system of care; Oversight of clinical and supportive service programs; Provide community outreach and education; Ensure regulatory and contractual  compliance; and Monitor service authorization, invoicing, and State reporting requirements. See linked description for more details.

Skills and qualifications: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Social Work/Welfare or related field. Two years of professional experience in public or private mental health/social work agency. Must have a valid driver’s license and use of a private vehicle. Minorities and Bilingual (Spanish/English) candidates encouraged to apply.   


Posted: 03/07/2022
Job title: 
Family Based Therapist
Organization: Carson Valley Children’s Aid
Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $42,000-$46,000

Benefits: Full benefits package including health coverage, 403b retirement plan, PTO, paid holidays, and more. The director of our Family Based Services program is an LCSW and can provide individual and group supervision for licensure.

Brief description: Our Family Based Services team supports families with children who are at risk of being placed outside the home due to serious emotional or behavioral difficulties. Our therapists help parents and caregivers to identify their strengths, address unmet needs, and effectively care for their children’s unique needs. See linked description for more details.

Skills and qualifications: Master’s degree in a relevant subject area such as psychology, social work, etc. (required); 1+ years of work experience related to youth behavioral health (required); Valid driver’s license and daily access to a vehicle (required); Willingness to commute locally to various homes and community settings during the workweek (required).

Agency contact: Hailey McDowell, she/her/hers, hmcdowell@cvca-pa.org

Sarah Slates
300 Airdale Rd
Bryn Mawr PA, 19010
610-520-2626
sslates@brynmawr.edu