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Job Board and Fellowships

Employers: Please submit job opportunities here.

Fellowship Opportunities

Click below to see a list of general clinical and macro social work fellowships. Please reach out to the individual organizations to check on availability/capacity.

Post-M.S.S. Fellowship Opportunities  

Additional Fellowship Opportunities

Posted: 2/16/24

Position: Writer/Journalist Internship

Organization: The Borgen Project 

Salary: Unpaid

Brief Description: The Borgen Project is an innovative, national campaign that is working to make poverty a focus of U.S. foreign policy. This is a 12-week, part-time, unpaid internship. However, if your availability is limited, you can work ahead and complete the program in fewer weeks.

The selected candidate will be able to work from home and pick their own schedule, but must meet weekly deadlines. Articles submitted will appear on BORGEN Magazine or The Borgen Project Blog.
– Write one article per week.
– Research topics.
– Assist with advocacy efforts.
– Assist with fundraising. Create a personal fundraising campaign and meet targets.

Start Date: New programs begin every month, you choose the month you wish to start.

We respond to every applicant within 14 days. Please check your spam folder for our emails and if nothing has been received.
please email us at hr@borgenproject.org

Contact:

Lynsey Alexander
hr@borgenproject.org

Posted: 2/12/24

Position: Various Part-time and Full-time Internship Positions

Qualifications: Current student or recent graduate of undergrad or graduate program

Organization: Commonwealth of PA Governor's Office

Location: Harrisburg, PA

Learn more and apply here.

Posted: 1/24/24

Position: Post Graduate Behavioral Health Fellowship

Location: Washington, D.C.

Information Sessions: Will be offered every Wednesday 12-1 PM through February 28th. Zoom link can be found here.  

Find more information here.

Employment Opportunities

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.

May Jobs Board

Posted: 5/23/24

Job Title: Bilingual Clinician

Organization: CSS Philadelphia Transitional Foster Care

Employment Type: Full-time

Salary: $65,000

Qualifications: 

• MSW or MA in counseling.
• Must be licensed or license eligible.
• Bilingual (English/Spanish).
• Ability to be flexible, creative and work in a diverse setting.
• Demonstrated written and verbal skills.
• Ability to build rapport with clients.
• Familiarity with trauma-informed treatment modalities.
• Demonstrated cross-cultural sensitivity.

Brief Description:

As the full time clinician at TFC, your role would involve conducting in-person intake assessments, individual and group therapy sessions, making recommendations for ongoing care, meeting for licensure supervision, and collaborating with a multidisciplinary team to ensure the holistic well-being of the children we serve. Additionally, you would have the opportunity to participate in ongoing continuing education and on-site training and professional development opportunities to enhance your skills and expertise.

Essential Functions:
• Provide intake risk assessments within 72 hours of clients being admitted into the program.
• Screen for trafficking or other concerns and make referrals as needed.
• Provide a minimum of weekly individual counseling sessions.
• Provide twice weekly group therapy sessions with all clients in the program.
• Provide clinical supervisor with regular updates on each client’s progress.
• Participate in weekly individual and group supervision.
• Attend required training.

The benefits of joining our team include:
• Low Case Load: We prioritize quality over quantity, ensuring that each therapist has a manageable caseload (usually up to 4) to provide individualized care and attention to each child. This is a salaried position, so you will get paid regardless of case load size as there is no such thing as a “no show”.
• Minimal Paperwork: We understand that paperwork can be burdensome and time-consuming. We strive to minimize paperwork requirements, allowing our clinicians to focus their time and energy on direct client care. This includes no treatment plans or insurance companies to answer to.
• Flexibility: We recognize the importance of work-life balance and offer flexible scheduling options to accommodate your personal and professional commitments. Our service hours are during the day, Monday-Friday, allowing you to be home in the evening and on weekends.
• Work Benefits: Health insurance and paid time off are available for all employees who work 20 hours or more a week.

Contact:

Lisa Gau

she/her

lgaub@chs-adphila.org

Learn more and apply here.

Posted: 5/23/24

Job Title: Part-time Bilingual Clinician

Organization: CSS Philadelphia Transitional Foster Care

Employment Type: Part-time

Salary: $22,000-$39,000

Qualifications: 

• MSW or MA in counseling.
• Must be licensed or license eligible.
• Bilingual (English/Spanish).
• Ability to be flexible, creative and work in a diverse setting.
• Demonstrated written and verbal skills.
• Ability to build rapport with clients.
• Familiarity with trauma-informed treatment modalities.
• Demonstrated cross-cultural sensitivity.

Brief Description:

As the part time clinician at TFC, your role would involve conducting in-person intake assessments, individual and group therapy sessions, making recommendations for ongoing care, meeting for licensure supervision, and collaborating with a multidisciplinary team to ensure the holistic well-being of the children we serve. Additionally, you would have the opportunity to participate in ongoing continuing education and on-site training and professional development opportunities to enhance your skills and expertise.

Essential Functions:
• Provide intake risk assessments within 72 hours of clients being admitted into the program.
• Screen for trafficking or other concerns and make referrals as needed.
• Provide a minimum of weekly individual counseling sessions.
• Provide twice weekly group therapy sessions with all clients in the program.
• Provide clinical supervisor with regular updates on each client’s progress.
• Participate in weekly individual and group supervision.
• Attend required training

Contact:

 

Lisa Gau

she/her

lgaub@chs-adphila.org

Learn more and apply here.

Posted: 5/23/24

Job Title: Care Liaison 

Organization: PLAN of PA

Employment Type: Part-time

Salary: $20/hour

Qualifications: 

 

  • High integrity and strong client advocacy
  • Confidence and self-motivation
  • Commitment to client success
  • Creative problem solving skills
  • Patience, compassion, and thoughtful communication
  • Bachelors degree is required.

Brief Description:

We are seeking an individual for a part-time role, guaranteed 20 hours a week and upwards of 24 hours a week, for our Care Liaison position. Individuals with a strong background in human services, such as Psychology, rehab, social work, or direct client care would be preferred for this role. The role provides care coordination, emotional support, social interactions, and skill building to our clients living with disabilities.

**Driving clients is a key aspect of this role, but there will not be more that 2 or 3 driving appointments per week. You would use your own vehicle, but mileage is reimbursed.**

This is a hybrid role, which requires time in our office in Wayne, PA but also allows for some work from home after a 3-month introductory period.

This role is flexible in nature and may not hold a set schedule every week.

Contact:

Melanie Smith

msmith@planofpa.org

Learn more and apply here.

Posted: 5/17/24

Job Title: Social Worker 

Organization: Phoenixville School District

Employment Type: Full-time

Qualifications: 

 

Certification/License: 

-  PA State Certification as a Home and School Visitor or certified School Social Worker 

-  Motor Vehicle Operator's License or ability to provide own transportation. 

Education: 

-  Bachelors from an accredited college or university in education discipline applicable to teaching assignment. 

-  Masters Degree in Social Work. 

Experience: 

-  Successful prior teaching experience for the appropriate grade level preferred. 

Brief Description:

Under the general supervision of Assistant Superintendent, to provide students, parents, administrators, and other teaching staff with individually-tailored advice and consultation to overcome personal, emotional, familial, or social issues to maximize the students' learning experience. 

  • Liaison between school, home and outside agencies such as mental heath agencies, Office of Children and Youth, Drug and Alcohol facilities, and the families of students.
  • Provide information resources for families, regarding financial assistance, food, clothing, scholarships, housing, etc.
  • Help families make appropriate society agency contacts.
  • Facilitate onsite services in the schools as needed.
  • Work with guidance staff to assist with mental health assessments for students in crisis.
  • Assist in assessing and reporting child abuse situations.
  • Serve on SAP Teams.
  • Serve as a liaison between home, school and community.
  • Involved in referrals of physical, verbal and sexual abuse.
  • Review, coordinate, and evaluate the free and reduced lunch program.
  • Act as a resource person for Special Education.
  • Involved in truancy cases, grades 7-12.
  • Involved with families experiencing homelessness, grades 7-12
  • Act as liaison for the school with community agencies in procuring services for children.
  • Functions as a resource person in assisting students in need (vision, dental, clothes, housing).
  • Other duties as assigned.

Learn more and apply here.

Posted: 5/17/24

Job Title: Executive Director

Organization: Phoenixville Free Clinic

Employment Type: Full-time

Qualifications: 

 

· A Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Social Work, Nursing, Public Health or a related field is required. A Master’s degree is desirable but not a requirement for consideration.

· A professional background in non-profit organizations with a minimum of five (5) years of supervisory/management experience progressing to a leadership role is required.

· A background in public health and understanding of primary care access and healthcare trends are desirable.

· Demonstrated experience planning and implementing successful fundraising and development initiatives.

· Leadership approach and philosophy that respects people with diverse backgrounds, and values shared ownership, transparency, participation, and recognition.

· Positive and resourceful mind-set.

· Ability to get results with lean resources.

· Sound judgement and decision-making ability.

· Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills.

· Bilingual English/Spanish or Portuguese is a plus.

Brief Description:

The Executive Director will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for staff, programs, finances, fundraising, external relationships, and execution of Phoenixville Free Clinic’s mission in a manner consistent with the vision, goals and values of the organization and Board of Directors. This position is dually focused on providing day-to-day leadership to staff and volunteers and guiding forward-looking initiatives to reimagine and ensure the long-term sustainability of PFC’s mission into the future.

The Executive Director will play a primary and highly visible role in identifying and developing funding opportunities and promoting collaborative partnerships and connections with a broad range of community non-profits, healthcare providers, private foundations, public charities, faith-based groups, educational institutions, government agencies, and other organizations concerned with access to healthcare services for uninsured members of the community.

Working in collaboration with the board, staff, volunteers and partners, this role sets the vision, builds consensus, and fosters a culture of shared teamwork toward common objectives. The new leader will bring a resourceful, entrepreneurial mindset to help the organization meet unanticipated challenges, adapt to changes in the healthcare industry, and pivot toward opportunities that align with strategic goals.

Contact:

John Kiernan, Managing Director jkiernan@managementpathways.com

Management Pathways

5 Great Valley Parkway, Suite 276

Malvern, PA 19355

Office: (610) 889-2055

Direct: (610) 547-9168

www.managementpathways.com

Posted: 5/17/24

Job Title: Mental Health Clinican 

Organization: KidSense Therapy Group

Employment Type: Full-time or part-time

Salary: $62,000-$85,000

Qualifications: 

• Education Level: Master's Degree
• License/Certification:
Current State Dept of Public Health License (LPC, LCSW, LMFT)
CPR
• Flu Vaccine
• Fingerprinting
• Background Checks
• References
• Interest and/or specialization in pediatric speech and language therapy.
• 1+ year pediatric experience is highly preferred.
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
• Attention to detail, patience, and empathy.

Brief Description:

We are looking for a dedicated pediatric LMFT, LCSW or LPC to join our team! As a part of our organization, you will have the opportunity to work collaboratively with a wonderful team of occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists, physical therapists, and other mental health clinicians.
• Working in collaboration with Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists and Speech Language Pathologists
• Collaborating with interdisciplinary team to facilitate the optimum intervention plan and constant communication and dynamic assessment regarding best practices for the individual child
• Completing client intakes and developing treatment plans
• Implementing direct client intervention within a 1:1 setting, small group and larger group environments in person or via teletherapy
• Providing parent/caregiver education with grace and empathy
• Creating unique, individualized treatment plans that outline the treatment goals and methods to be used.
• Assessing patients and monitoring their progress.
• Coordinating a child's care with other healthcare professionals.
• Completing daily notes, progress reports, and evaluations in a timely manner according to company policy.

Contact:

Eliana Echeverry

she/her

eecheverry@kidsensetherapygroup.com

(203) 450-9019

Learn more and apply here.

Posted: 5/13/24

Job Title: Clinical Therapist

Organization: Philadelphia Consultation Center

Employment Type: Independent Contractor

Salary: $38-$52/hour

Qualifications: 

• Active LSW, LCSW, LPC, LMFT or PsyD license in the state of PA
• Strong clinical skills·    
• Interest in and/or experience working from a psychodynamic orientation
• Excellent, consistent, and timely clinical documentation
• Attention to detail and very strong organizational and communication skills
• Technologically proficient, familiarity with at least one EMR/EHR preferred
• Ability to work both independently and collaboratively

Brief Description:

Looking to join a group practice where you can work towards acquiring clinical hours and supervision and learn more about psychodynamic therapy? We are looking for LSWs, LPCs, LCSWs and LMFTs to join our practice to provide quality and long-term therapy to individuals with Medicaid insurance. Philadelphia Consultation Center is a group practice connected with Philadelphia School of Psychoanalysis. We believe that solving life’s problems is best approached by unhurried, in-depth discussion. This helps create an environment where clients can speak freely without being judged, which can lead to a deepening of self-knowledge and understanding. We believe that people progress in life, relationships and work and become stronger when they have the opportunity to talk openly, on an ongoing basis.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:

+ Carrying a caseload of clients, ranging from 10-35 individuals depending upon your interest and availability

+ Providing continuity of client care from setting up the first session through discharge

+ Conducting biopsychosocial intakes & regular therapy sessions

+ Completing documentation including: diagnosis, treatment planning, and DAP notes

At this time, this position requires a combination of in person availability for sessions as well as remote work via teletherapy platforms. However, in the future insurance may require therapists to be present in the building to perform all therapy sessions.

Contact:

April Gagne

she/her

aprilgagne@psptraining.com

(215) 732-8244

Learn more and apply here.

Posted: 5/13/24

Job Title: Outpatient Mental Health Therapist

Organization: All of You Therapy, LLC.

Employment Type: Full-time

Salary: $70+/hour

Qualifications: 

  • Master’s Degree in Social Work, Professional Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy or Doctorate Degree in Psychology
  • Current State of Pennsylvania license as a PhD, PsyD, LCSW, LMFT or LPC (preferred)
  • Willing to obtain licensure in New Jersey (if not already obtained)
  • 1+ Years of post-Master’s work in a directly related position
  • Strongly [referred training/certification in Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP), Internal Family Systems (IFS), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Therapy, play therapy, Somatic Experiencing (SE), or other trauma focused treatments, or a willingness and internal drive to obtain these trainings (A good fit for our team is someone who is continually motivated to continuing to learn and grow as a clinician, and doesn't experience earning CEUs as a chore)
  • Preferred post-graduate training in play therapy or child and family therapy

Brief Description:

Seeking full time (able to schedule 25 client hours per week) clinician to work with children, young adults, and their families. Ideal clinician is excited about working with both children and adults- but clinicians who only specialize in one or the other is okay.

Looking for clinicians specialized in working with trauma and attachment focused concerns, from a relational/experiential/attachment focused lens. Looking for clinicians with advanced training in these modalities (AEDP, EFT, EMDR, IFS, sand tray therapy, play therapy, relational psychodynamic work, etc.). Therapists with specialized training in play therapy with young children and/or work with survivors of sexual abuse especially desired.

Our vision:
We strive to help people make sense of themselves and their lives so they can learn to understand and have compassion for all parts of themselves and be open to connection to themselves and others.
Our values:
1) Authenticity
2) Deep self-awareness and accountability
3) Compassion
4) Education/Continuous Learning
5) Relationship
Work Schedule and Environment:
Services will be provided both in person and via telehealth. All employees are asked to be available for in-person sessions as long as it is safe to do so.
In service to our clients, our team is required to work 6-8 hours per day, four to five days per week, between 2:00 pm and 9:00 pm. Other schedules may be considered when a modified schedule meets both our team member’s and
clients’ needs.

Contact:

Katie Fries

she/her

katie@allofyoutherapy.net

Learn more and apply here.

Posted: 5/13/24

Job Title: Pro Bono Case Manager 

Organization: Philadelphia VIP

Employment Type: Full-time

Salary: $44,000-$49,000

Qualifications: 

-Bachelor’s Degree required (this position does not require a J.D.)
-Capacity for learning and understanding substantive legal issues
-Excellent time management, organization, and attention to detail
-Demonstrated capacity to build relationships with individuals from diverse backgrounds
-Experience assisting clients living in poverty or volunteers preferred, but not required
-Team player, collaborative, and able to receive and act on feedback
-Aptitude with technology, including a comprehensive case management system
-Conversational Spanish language skills are preferred

Brief Description:

Reporting to a Supervising Attorney, Pro Bono Case Managers play a critical role in VIP’s volunteer-based service model. Focusing on a variety of legal issues, Pro Bono Case Managers have primary responsibility for preparing cases for placement with volunteer attorneys, matching clients with volunteers, and providing logistical support to attorneys and clients throughout the life of the case. This Pro Bono Case Manager position also plays a key role in communicating with our Spanish-speaking clients, preferably through their own conversational Spanish skills.

Contact:

Nadav Carmel

he/him

ncarmel@phillyvip.org

(215) 523-9556

Learn more and apply here. 

Posted: 5/13/24

Job Title: Service Coordinator

Organization: Federation Housing Inc.

Employment Type: Part-time

Qualifications: 

A Bachelors of Social Work (BSW) or related Human Service degree with a minimum of 2 years of related experience working with older adults and knowledge of community human service resources is preferred.

Brief Description:

Service Coordinators work in collaboration with Property Managers to provide the necessary combination of services and supports to assist frail, elderly residents to remain independent, in their own residence in the community and avoid unnecessary institutionalization. This is accomplished by providing a variety of service coordination supports including advocacy and assistance to access and coordinate referrals to community based services and a variety of entitlement programs and facilitate successful utilization. Together with Property Managers, they assist residents to maintain their quality of life while maintaining stable occupancy standards necessary to uphold their lease and remain independent in the community.

Contact: 

Alyssa McMahon

alyssa.mcmahon@federationhousing.org 

215-673-6446, ext. 1106

Learn more and apply here.

April Jobs Board

Posted: 4/5/24

Job Title: Social Worker

Organization: Friends Hospital

Employment Type: Full-time

Salary: $50,000 to $62,000

Qualifications:

Well organized, good time management, desire to work the people with mental health issues, team player, desire to learn and grow in your position. Master's degree required.

Brief Description:

The Social Worker provides quality psychotherapeutic and discharge planning services to all patient populations and their families; provides assessment, group treatment, family work, and discharge planning. Social Worker serves as a member of interdisciplinary team supporting the organization's treatment program and philosophy.

Contact:

Hannah Olanoff (she/her)
hannah.olanoff@uhsinc.com
215-831-4771

Learn more and apply here.

Posted: 4/5/24

Job Title: RPE Prevention Education Specialist

Organization: Victim Services Center of Montgomery County

Employment Type: Full-time

Salary: $39,000

Qualifications: 

  • Bachelor’s degree in Education, Psychology, Social Work, or a related field.
  • Previous experience in a special education setting preferred.
  • Knowledge of classroom management techniques and ability to work with individuals with IDD.
  • Completing VSC 65+ hour Sexual Assault Counselor/ Victim Advocate Training (provided).
  • Criminal Record, Child Abuse History, and FBI clearance background check required.
  • A valid driver's license, vehicle, and valid automobile insurance are required.
  • Bilingual applicants are encouraged to apply.

Brief Description: The role of the Prevention Education Specialist is to address the root causes of sexual violence in the community, to be this agency’s primary voice in the community when working toward the elimination of sexual violence, and to assist community members in finding ways they can end sexual violence. This position reports to the Community Education Programs Supervisor and is primarily responsible for assisting with the coordination and implementation of the agency’s sexual violence prevention programs for adolescents and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). Duties include but are not limited to, the facilitation of education activities, preparing presentations, assisting with curriculum development, and assisting with evaluating education activities delivered to schools and community groups that serve people with IDD. Additionally, this position will include direct contact with victims of crime through the agency’s hotline shifts and on-call shift rotation, which includes, but is not limited to, occasional in-person hospital, police, and court accompaniments for victims of crime. The position requires flexible availability during assigned hotline shifts. This position requires the candidate to have the capacity to work a hybrid schedule, both in-person and remotely.

Contact: 

Jessica Carson (she/her)
jessica-carson@vscmontcopa.org
301-254-1311

Learn more and apply here.

Posted: 4/5/24

Job Title: Counselor

Organization: Victim Services Center of Montgomery County

Employment Type: Full-time

Salary: $40,041 without License - $41,041 with License

Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree(required) in Psychology, Social Work, Counseling, or related field, License preferred.
  • Completion of VSC 65+ hour Sexual Assault Counselor/Victim Advocate training.
  • Criminal Record, Child Abuse History and FBI Clearance background checks required.
  • Valid driver’s license, vehicle and valid automobile insurance required.
  • All employees are At-Will employees. EOE
  • * Spanish language skills a plus*

Brief Description: The Counselor, who reports to the Direct Services Supervisor for assignment of cases, tasks, case consultations, case management and ongoing supervision is responsible for providing counseling including advocacy and accompaniment for protection from sexual violence and intimidation orders to victims of sexual assault and other crimes. These services may be provided in community based locations as needed and assigned, including services to the underserved populations. This position will require both in person and remote working.
Responsibilities: Counseling, advocacy, community outreach and support group facilitation as assigned. Rotation on crisis hotline in office and weekly on-call hotline rotation, in-person hospital and police accompaniment for sexual assault victims, record keeping in accordance with ETO and other agency data collection and reporting requirements, intake monthly reports and client number assignment.

Contact:

Erin Milbourne (she/her)
erin-millbourne@vscmontcopa.org
610-277-0932

Learn more and apply here

March Jobs Board

Posted: 3/27/24

Job Title: Community Navigator

Organization: The Attic Youth Center

Employment Type: Full-time

Qualifications: 

  • Bachelor’s degree in social work, youth development, or human services-related field or equivalent relevant experience.
  • Experienced in community-based case management.
  • Experience working with diverse populations of adolescents in an urban setting, including knowledge of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning youth from various cultures and backgrounds.
  • Demonstrated knowledge in positive youth development and empowerment.
  • Experience collaborating with community agencies.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to exercise independent judgment when appropriate and strong decision-making skills.
  • Strong proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.

Brief Description:

The Community Navigator is responsible for the use of a developmentally appropriate strengths-based approach to engage in partnership with youth to assess, plan, implement, coordinate, monitor, and evaluate the options and services needed to meet their health and human service needs; while helping to maintain a supportive and respectful environment for all youth that present for an intake, and/or participate in case management services.  The assessment is to be used to gather information, prioritize needs, and identify barriers through General Case Management, Housing Navigation, and Diversion Case Management (DHS involved and at-risk youth and families).

The Community Navigator will work collaboratively with Clinical and Program Staff to link youth with clinical and supportive services inside and outside of The Attic, maintaining ongoing follow-up with youth about benefits of services and changing needs.  The primary focus of the Community Navigator case management at The Attic is assessing each youth’s needs for housing, Medicaid/Medicare linkage, food/meals, legal supports, and other needs from the initial intake, and creating individualized support plans that promote independence and self-sufficiency. The Community Navigator is a full-time exempt position.

Learn more and apply here.

Posted: 3/27/24

Job Title: Housing Specialist

Organization: The Attic Youth Center

Employment Type: Full-time

Qualifications: 

  • Bachelor’s degree in social work, youth development, or human services-related field or equivalent relevant experience.
  • Experienced in community-based case management, strong preference for experience in homelessness prevention and housing support services.
  • Experience working with diverse populations of adolescents in an urban setting, including knowledge of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning youth from various cultures and backgrounds.
  • Demonstrated knowledge in positive youth development and empowerment.
  • Experience collaborating with community agencies.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to exercise independent judgment when appropriate and strong decision-making skills.
  • Strong proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.

Brief Description:

The Housing Specialist is responsible for using a developmentally appropriate strengths-based approach to engage in partnership with youth to assess, plan, implement, coordinate, monitor, and evaluate the options and services needed to meet their health and human service needs while helping to maintain a supportive and respectful environment for all youth that present for an intake, and/or participate in case management services.  The assessment is to be used to gather information, prioritize needs, and identify barriers through General Case Management, Housing Navigation, and Diversion Case Management (DHS involved and at-risk youth and families).

The Housing Specialist will work collaboratively with Clinical and Program Staff to link youth with clinical and supportive services inside and outside of The Attic, maintaining ongoing follow-up with youth about benefits of services and changing needs.  A primary focus of case management at The Attic will be on Homelessness Prevention and Remediation, assessing each youth for housing insecurity and homelessness from the initial intake and creating individualized support plans that promote independence and self-sufficiency. The Housing Specialist is a full-time exempt position.

Learn more and apply here.

Posted: 3/27/24

Job Title: Independent Contractor Clinician

Organization: AE Wellness, LLC

Employment Type: Independent Contractor

Qualifications: 

  • Must hold an MA, MS, MSW, LCSW, LPC, or LMFT.
  • Clinician expected to hold liability insurance of at least $1,000,000 from a reputable general liability insurance provider.
  • Must provide at least one day per week of in-person therapy.

Brief Description:

AE Wellness is currently hiring clinicians interested in independent contractor work.  The clinician must be willing to see children, adolescents, and adults and be willing to manage a client caseload of at least 5-10 individuals (or more at the clinician's request).  The clinician is expected to provide outpatient mental health services via in-person and telehealth and document appropriately in the practice's EMR system.

Learn more and apply here.

Posted: 3/27/24

Job Title: Fee-for-service therapist (Relational/Psychoanalytic/Trauma-Informed)

Organization: Turning Leaf Therapy, LLC

Employment Type: Fee for service (ability to schedule at least 25 clients weekly)

Salary: Up to $50,000-$60,000 yearly total compensation package

Qualifications: 

  • Strong interest/background in relational/psychoanalytic/psychodynamic theory and practice
  • Experience and interest working with trauma, PTSD, and/or dissociative disorders
  • Motivated for a training experience and not just a job
  • Ability to schedule at least 25 clients/week
  • *Roles to begin Aug/Sept 2024

Learn more and apply here.

Posted: 3/27/24

Job Title: Drug & Alcohol Therapist

Organization: JFK Behavioral Health

Employment Type: Full-time

Salary: $23.65/hour

Qualifications: Master’s degree in the behavioral or social sciences; ideally
inclusive of studies in social work/welfare, mental health,
substance use & recovery, and/or public health.

Brief Description: JFK’s Drug & Alcohol Therapists provide direct clinical care to clients managing substance use & chemical dependency, including those using medically assisted treatment. Our therapists serve the local community by:
• Providing clinical diagnostic and counseling therapy for individuals, groups & family/couples; and Drug and Alcohol assessments/intakes
• Designs a program of treatment and rehabilitation tailored to patient's individual situation based on knowledge of alcohol and drug dependency and counseling and treatment methods.
• Using a collaborative approach to treatment planning, exchanging resources & ideas to promote strength, recovery & resilience
• Modifying treatment programs based on observations and maintaining case histories.
• Identifying social, economic, and health programs & resources appropriate to support community integration.

Contact:

Yolanda Saunders (she/her/hers)
ysaunders@jfkbhc.org
215-586-0860

Learn more and apply here.

Posted: 3/13/24

Job Title: Social Worker

Organization: Defender Association of Philadelphia

Employment Type: Full-time

Salary: $54,000 to 56,000

Qualifications: 

  • BSW or BA/BS in related Human Services field
  • MSW OR MA preferred in related Human Services field
  • Must be able to work with diverse client population
  • Must have good organizational and collaborative skills
  • Must be able to handle a number of tasks simultaneously
  • Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Must be able to travel to various courtrooms, clients’ homes and other community placements as needed

Brief Description: 

The Defender Association of Philadelphia seeks a Social Worker/Social Service Advocate in our Child Advocacy Unit (CAU). The mission of Social Services in the CAU is twofold; to (1) strengthen individuals, families, and communities we serve by promoting safety, permanency, self-determination, and community engagement; and 2) to collaborate with attorneys in protecting the legal rights of dependent children while promoting their best interest, stability, well-being, and positive outcomes. The primary focus of this position is to explore the dependency issues that warranted the child and their family to become court involved and provide ongoing assessment of the child’s physical, emotional, educational, and social needs. This position serves as an active partner in the Defender Association’s efforts to provide high quality, client centered legal representation to dependent clients who range in age from birth to 21 years, advocate in court for the delivery of effective community based services for our clients and their families, and develop an appropriate permanency plan for every child and youth.

Contact:

Tricia McDevitt Ortiz
mmcdevitt-ortiz@philadefender.org

Learn more and apply here.

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Posted: 2/29/24

Job Title: Therapist

Organization: Equilibria Psychological and Consultation Services

Employment Type: Full-time

Salary: $80,000 (flexible based on hours)

Qualifications: 

- Three (3) years experience providing therapy (and/or formal psychological assessments)

- PA License (Psychologist, LPC, LMFT, or LCSW) before starting (interview process can be initiated beforehand)

- Ability to schedule at least 12 appts/wk, including at least 8 appts/wk in the evenings or weekends.

Brief Description:

Equilibria offers a supportive and caring work environment with a strong leadership team. We pride ourselves on the fun, connected culture we have created. We support our therapists in doing their work by offering group and individual clinical consultation. We also support our clinicians by taking care of billing, managed care and administrative tasks so you can be free to focus on your clients. We have a very easy to use, intuitive online scheduling and documentation system to keep your paperwork at a minimum.

In the spirit of a healthy work-life balance, we work with each clinician to design a schedule that works for your life. Clinicians here not only appreciate the flexibility to build their own schedule, but they also enjoy the freedom to practice with autonomy.

Equilibria Psychological and Consultation Services is a well-established practice looking for PA licensed psychologists, LPCs, LMFTs, and/or LCSWs to join our team. We have openings in our Philadelphia (Society Hill and Fishtown), Willow Grove, and Media offices. We are also hiring for future offices in Lafayette Hill and Lower Bucks County, as well as remote positions for clinicians who want to work from home indefinitely.

Our clinicians have the option to work fee-for-service (1099 position) or in a W2 salaried position with benefits (health, dental, vision, paid time off, and retirement saving match). We are proud of our strong reputation in the community for providing services to adults, couples, adolescents and children. Through our relationships, our referrals are steady which allows us to keep our clinicians' caseloads full.

Contact:

Meaghan Fatizii
mfattizzi@equilibriapcs.com
267-861-3685

Learn more and apply here.

Posted: 2/23/24

Job Title: Social Worker Supervisor

Organization: Women of Hope-Lombard, Catholic Social Services

Employment Type: Full-time

Salary: $50,000

Qualifications: 

  • Master's in social work/services
  • 2-3 years of progressive supervisory experience
  • Experience working with young adults, those experiencing homelessness, mental health and/or substance use disorder
  • Ability to maintain professional partnerships
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Progressive leadership skills
  • Valid driver's license

Brief Description: Women of Hope-Lombard is a residential Safe Haven serving up to 16 young adults primarily 18-24 years of age. The young women have a history of experiencing homelessness and a mental health diagnosis.
The primary responsibility of the Social Work Supervisor is to oversee a small case management team and provide supportive direction. To assist the Program Director in ensuring effective and efficient functioning of the program. Ensure all residents receive proper supports and certify services are delivered in accordance with DBHID requirement and City regulations. Provide community outreach to develop and maintain client census. Ability to lead a team to accomplish agency strategic goals, program goals and employee evaluation goals. In the absence of the program director, the social work supervisor oversees the program.

Contact:

Renee Hudson-Small
rhudson@chs-adphila.org

Learn more and apply here.

Posted: 2/23/24

Job Title: Social Worker

Organization: Connectedly

Employment Type: Full-time

Salary: $56,000-$61,000

Qualifications: 

  • MSW with a minimum of 3 years’ experience, LCSW preferred.
  • Experience in group work. Knowledge of group process strengths and challenges.
  • Preferred knowledge of the aging population and services.
  • Ability to interact with varied stakeholders and staff in community settings.
  • Excellent communication skills in diverse contexts.
  • Availability to travel within Philadelphia.

Brief Description: The Social Worker is a direct service position. The primary responsibilities are planning and implementing Connectedly’s exciting new Connect4Health initiative, which aims to connect isolated older adults before discharge from the hospital system to Connectedly’s teletherapy groups. Planning includes rapport building with health system staff, streamlining a referral system, and working with the Director of Programs to develop an evaluation plan. The Social Worker will also oversee client referrals and facilitate phone groups.

Secondary responsibilities include Connectedly’s Healthy Lives program. The Social Worker will coordinate facilitation for community-based and telephone support groups, and contribute to special projects related to direct service provision. They are the primary contact person for these groups, many of which are volunteer-led. Additional responsibilities include outreach for clients and volunteer leaders, intake, case management, follow-up consultation, and leadership training. The Social Worker will implement our peer-driven group model using a trauma-informed, culturally sensitive lens.

As a part of Connectedly’s direct service team, the Social Worker will collaborate closely with our part-time Social Worker. This position is scheduled during Connectedly’s standard operating hours, Monday – Friday, 9 AM – 5 PM, with occasional evenings and weekends. Connectedly social workers are encouraged to use all of their clinical skills in a creative way to provide impactful services to our participants. Connectedly provides a calm, collaborative environment so that our direct service team can focus on being outstanding clinicians.

Contact:

Lori Latimer
llatimer@connectedly.org
215-487-3000

Learn more and apply here.

Posted: 2/20/24

Job Title: Mental Health Consultant

Organization: Children's Village

Employment Type: Part-time

Salary: $40-65/hour

Qualifications: 

1. Licensed Psychologist or Licensed Clinical Social Worker
2. Three or more years of post-master’s experience involving work with young children, infant-child mental health, and Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation (IECMHC) delivery, ideally in an educational setting.
3. Superior written, verbal, and organizational skills are critical in this position.
4. English-speaking

Brief Description: 

I. The Mental Health Consultant, a psychologist or licensed clinical social worker, heads the Special Needs Team, which also includes the Child Development Specialist and the Child Development Assistant.

II. The Special Needs and Management Teams develop and implement policies and procedures program-wide that foster the healthy mental and emotional well-being of children, their families, and program staff. The Special Needs Team collaborates with the Management Team, Family Services Team, teaching teams, parents and other important family members, and children, to
a. promote reflective, pro-social, and empathetic responses to behaviors expressing pain, anger, anxiety, or sadness, building on children’s strengths and interests,
b. guide teachers and parents to support children’s emotionally satisfying and socially appropriate expression of their feelings, fostering full inclusion and participation in the group,
c. consider institutional and systemic strategies, as appropriate, that promote community-building and inclusion, meeting children’s individual needs.

III. The Special Needs Team identifies children’s special needs, which range from mild or situational issues (such as adjustment to the early childhood program or family changes) to more chronic or severe developmental, learning, or social-emotional problems.

IV. The Special Needs Team refers children, parents, and families to early intervention services and/or other therapeutic services for which they may be eligible. The Special Needs Team advocates for children, their families, and classroom teachers to ensure that early intervention and/or other supports are delivered as needed by the child, the family, the class, the teaching team, and within the time frame that is legally binding.

V. The Special Needs Team determines if Children’s Village is not an appropriate setting for a child presenting with special needs, if necessary accommodations to meet the child’s needs exceed what would be reasonable for Children’s Village to deliver. This determination is made prior to enrollment, ideally, but may be made after enrolled, if warranted. The Special Needs Team advises parents about other resources to address their child’s needs.

VI. The Mental Health Consultant observes in classrooms, leads child case reviews, joins teaching team planning meetings, leads biweekly management special needs meetings, and coordinates the special needs annual meeting; to name some of the settings in which this collaboration occurs.

Contact:

Beth Baker
bethb@childrensvillagephila.org
215-931-0190

Learn more and apply here.

Posted: 2/19/24

Job Title: Self-Sufficiency Coach (Social Worker)

Organization: ACHIEVEability

Employment Type: Full-time

Salary: $45,000-$50,000

Qualifications: 

· Bachelor's degree required from an accredited college or university.

· Minimum of 2 years providing case management or community services to vulnerable children, individuals or families in a public or private social service agency.

· Ability and willingness to work evenings and weekends, as needed

· Self-starter with positive attitude and willingness to take initiative

· Commitment to the mission of ACHIEVEability

· Comfortable working in and around West Philadelphia

Brief Description:

The Self-Sufficiency Coach advocates for and provides holistic support to ACHIEVEability participants, and their families, as they begin their journey towards to self-sufficiency. ACHIEVEability participants are single parents working hard to create a better life for themselves and their families. The Self-Sufficiency Coach is responsible for motivating, encouraging, and equipping ACHIEVEability participants with the skills they need to attain their life goals.

Learn more and apply here.

Posted: 2/16/24

Job Title: Social Worker

Organization: Aldea

Employment Type: Full-time

Salary: $45,000-$55,000

Qualifications: 

- Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related field required.

- Licensed or eligible for licensure as a Social Worker in the state of Pennsylvania.

- Previous experience working with immigrant populations, preferably in a social services or legal setting.

- Strong knowledge of community resources and social service systems.

- Excellent communication, interpersonal, and advocacy skills.

- Ability to work effectively both independently and as part of a multidisciplinary team.

- Cultural competence and sensitivity to the needs of diverse immigrant communities.

- Fluency in Spanish is required. 

- Commitment to social justice and empowering marginalized communities.

Background Check is Required

Brief Description: 

We are seeking a compassionate and dedicated Social Worker to join our team at Aldea. The Social Worker will play a crucial role in identifying the needs of our clients, particularly children, and connecting them with essential resources in the community to facilitate their adaptation as newly arrived immigrants. This role is instrumental in ensuring the well-being and successful integration of our clients into their new environment.

Please submit your resume and cover letter outlining your qualifications and relevant experience to adriana@aldeapjc.org. In your cover letter, please also address your commitment to Aldea's mission and your passion for serving immigrant communities. 

**Application Deadline**

March 8, 2024 at 5:00pm

Contact: 

Adriana C. Zambrano, J.D.
Programs Coordinator
adriana@aldeapjc.org 
610-803-7849

Learn more here.

Posted: 2/16/24

Job Title: Russian Speaking Case Manager

Organization: JFCS

Employment Type: Part-time

Qualifications: Qualified candidates must be able to speak and write fluent Russian to communicate with clients who either only speak Russian or have very limited English communication skills. 

Brief Description: 

  • Participate in Person Centered Trauma Informed Care (PCTI) trainings.
  • Create, distribute, and review surveys that solicit FSU Survivor Clients' preferences relating to social activities, preferences for book club topics and selections.
  •  Identify, order, and distribute Russian books to clients and conduct quarterly book club meetings.
  •  Develop educational and socialization activities, twice monthly, which incorporates 6 major Jewish holidays into the curriculum. Activities may include music, fine art, travel, history and/or current events.
  • Create Russian language calendar, quarterly, to distribute to clients so they are aware of scheduled programs.
  • Participate in supervision meetings with Supervisor, as needed.
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Jewish background preferred.
  •  Previous experience working with the geriatric population. Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality.

Learn more and apply here.

Posted: 2/16/24

Job Title: Russian Speaking Case Manager

Organization: JFCS

Employment Type: Full-time (35 hours/week)

Qualifications: Qualified candidates must be able to speak and write fluent Russian to communicate with clients who either only speak Russian or have very limited English communication skills. 

Brief Description: The Russian Speaking Case Manager grant funded position provides assessments of client needs, connects clients to appropriate resources and offers ongoing case management and supportive counseling services to a caseload of Holocaust Survivor clients from the Former Soviet Union.

Learn more and apply here.

Posted: 2/16/24

Job Title: Clinical Supervisor

Organization: Joseph J. Peter's Institute

Employment Type: Full-time

Qualifications: 

· A Master’s or Doctoral Degree in a field related to clinical work.

· License in Psychology or Social Work (LCSW) or Counseling Psychology (LPC) or Licensed Marriage and Family Therapy (LMFT) required.

· A Minimum of 5 years’ experience providing trauma treatment.

· A minimum of 2 years providing supervision/training/consultation to clinicians/students

· Training in evidence-based practice a must.


Brief Description: The Joseph J. Peter’s Institute, a nationally recognized provider serving children, adolescents and adult survivor of trauma as well as perpetrators of sexual abuse, seeks a Senior Clinician Supervisor in Survivor Services. The senior clinician supervisor maintains a small caseload providing clinical services to participants who have experienced trauma, provides clinical and administrative supervision to staff and students, and works on program development to support and improve the financial health of the agency. This position works intensively with trauma and training in evidence-based practices specific to trauma in a specialized agency that is a vital part of the social services system in Philadelphia. The senior clinician supervisor position reports to the Director of Survivor and Community Based Services.

Contact:

Forward Resume to: Dr. Catherine Verdeur

Address: 100 Broad Street, 17th Floor

Philadelphia, PA 19110

**Fax#: 215-701-1560

**E-mail: cverdeur@jjpi.phmc.org

Learn more and apply here.

Posted: 2/16/24

Job Title: Primary Therapist

Organization: Synergy

Employment Type: Full-time

Salary: $55,000-$67,500

Qualifications: 

  • Master’s Degree in counseling, social work, or related field
  • Licensed in a related professional field or seeking licensure
  • Experience with group, individual, and family sessions
  • Experience with substance abuse, mental health, and trauma-informed care

Brief Description:

The primary therapist directly reports to the CCO. The primary focus of the job is to provide clinical services through group and individual/family sessions. A key part of the position is being able to facilitate groups and utilize clinical expertise to help clients navigate their journey of recovery and better manage underlying mental health issues. The primary therapist will help establish and create clinical groups that provide a platform for clients to become more educated, gain insight, and develop more skills. They will oversee a caseload and communicate as needed per client with appropriate parties outside and inside the organization. They will maintain all client records and follow documentation guidelines for compliance. They will focus on providing treatment aligned with organizational values that highlight the importance of ethics, transparency, creativity, and collaboration. They will be able to work independently and understand the importance of a team-oriented approach to provide comprehensive care to the population accessing services.

Learn more and apply here.

Posted: 2/12/24

Job Title: Social Worker/SupportNet Coordinator

Organization: Main Line Senior Services Wayne Senior Center

Employment Type: Full-time

Salary: $42,000-$45,000

Qualifications:  

  • Master’s in Social Work or Master’s Social Service degree from an accredited university and at least one year of professional social work experience required.

Brief Description: Main Line Senior Services is seeking a compassionate, caring, and resourceful Social Worker to join our dynamic team at Wayne Senior Center! This position is responsible for information and referral services for older adults and their families, coordinating and implementing peer support groups at the Center, and coordinating and educating participants through resource/informational programs. General knowledge of aging network and community resources is helpful. This position is full-time with a full benefits package including medical, PTO, and retirement contribution. Position is scheduled 37.5 hours per week Monday through Friday, with occasional evening and/or weekend responsibilities. Hybrid options available. MSW/MSS degree required. Salary $42,000-$45,000 DOE. Reports to the Program Director.

Contact: 

Katie Mahon

she/her/hers

katie@wayneseniorcenter.org

(610) 688-6246

Learn more and apply here.

Posted: 2/12/24

Job Title: Maternity Case Manager

Organization: Esperanza Health Center

Employment Type: Part time (starting July 2024)

Salary: 20 hours/week $17,000-$23,000 annually

Qualifications:  

  • Have completed, or are currently working towards, a masters degree in social work or a  related field.
  • Are bilingual in English and Spanish (required)
  • Have recent experience in providing care management services to individuals in a  behavioral health setting (preferred)
  • Are able to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Get excited thinking about innovative ways to deliver high quality behavioral healthcare  to underserved communities! 

Brief Description: The Maternity Care Manager works alongside our medical staff and licensed behavioral health  professionals to provide comprehensive case management and therapeutic support services to  our pregnant and postpartum patients. The Maternity Care Manager will work directly with  patients to screen for antenatal and postpartum depression, and identify those patients who are  at higher risk. The Maternity Care Manager will use a collaborative, strengths-based, and  trauma-informed approach to provide direct therapeutic support to those women identified as  being at higher risk, or connect them to other services as appropriate.  Be part of a multidisciplinary team that’s finding innovative ways to reduce barriers and bring  quality behavioral healthcare to North Philadelphia! 

Contact:

Gail Nazarene, Behavioral Health Administrator

Esperanza Health Center

gail.nazarene@esperanzahealth.com

 

Learn more here.

Posted: 2/12/24

Job Title: Licensed Clinician

Organization: Refresh Mental Health

Employment Type: Full-time

Qualifications: 

  • Master's degree in psychology, social work, or a related counseling field
  • Minimum of two years of clinical experience
  • Independent mental health license in PA
  • Experience providing basic psychotherapy services to individuals & families
  • Solid computer and basic technology skills
  • Demonstrated history of professional growth and development
  • Self-motivated and independent clinicians able to quickly build rapport with clients

Brief Description: 

We have four practices in Pennsylvania: J Snyder, Springfield Psychological, Mindful Changes, and Relationship Resolutions.  Each of these practices is dedicated to treating the mental health needs of their clients and realizes the strength of our practice is our exceptional staff.

Contact:

Kathryn Thomas

Lead Talent Sourcing Specialist

kthomas@refreshmentalhealth.com

Upload your resume here if interested.

Posted: 2/8/24

Job Title: Assistant Program Director--Horsham, PA

Organization: Resources for Human Development

Employment Type: Full-time

Salary: $58,498.08

Qualifications: 

  • A Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, human services or related field from an accredited institution, preferred.
  • 3 years' work experience in mental health/IDD direct service and 2 years of supervisory experience. 
  • OR
  • A High School diploma required with 7 years of experience in mental health/IDD direct service and 2 years of supervisory experience.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Products and Applications.
  • Valid Driver’s License and personal vehicle.
  • Subject to employment screenings, including FBI clearance, if applicable.

Brief Description: 

Leadership, Staff Management and Organizational Strategy

  • Supervise Site Supervisors, Program Specialists, Medical Staff and Direct Support Professionals to include daily operations, supervision practices, implementation of consumer plans and documentation.  
  • In collaboration with the Fiscal Administrator or Office Manager, provide oversight to the recruitment process to include scheduling candidates for and participating in interviews. Oversee the hiring, and orientation of new staff as necessary. 
  • Support management team with documentation around supervision to include progressive discipline as warranted. 

Quality Assurance

  • Reviews site documentation in preparation for audits both internal and external.

Finance, Development and other Operations

  • Supports the Unit Director in adhering to license, funder and budget requirements. 
  • Provide support and intervention for individuals and staff during a crisis. 
  • Create an environment that empowers individuals through the development of skills and coordination of resources and supportive services.
  • Other duties as assigned. 

Learn more here.

Posted: 2/8/24

Job Title: Social Work Supervisor

Organization: Adoption Resource Center

Employment Type: Full-time

Salary: $72,000-$78,000

Qualifications: 

  • Must have MSW or MSS and LSW or LCSW
  • Must have at least two years child welfare experience, one must be in adoption
  • Must have own car and insurance

Brief Description: 

Responsibilities: Can include (but not necessarily limited to):
 Supervision, management, training, and evaluation of social work staff members, students, and consultants
 Supervision of all volunteers who work involves direct contact with clients
 Approval of all decisions regarding family and child eligibility of services, finalization, and any other changes to the child’s legal status
 Implementation of the agency’s adoption program(s), services, and recommendations regarding changes to the program.
 At least 35 hours per week in the office
 Provide direct service, as needed- VERY INFREQUENTLY
 Attend court hearings, as needed
 Adoptive family outreach
 Assist in making contacts at local hospitals- Take charge of outreach
 Lead birth mother groups and adoptive family orientations
 Participate and attend all conferences and workshops as requested
 Attend all professional meetings as requested
 Supervise all outgoing Hague adoptions
 Perform home study and post placement reviews as needed
 Must have own car with insurance
 Team player, positive attitude
 On-call duty as needed (one per month)
 Fieldwork and support as needed

Contact:

Tara Gutterman

she/her

taralaw@aol.com

(609) 471-3227

Learn more here.

Posted: 2/8/24

Job Title: Associate Director Psychosocial Services

Organization: Penn Medicine

Employment Type: Full-time

Qualifications: 

Required License

  • Licensed Clinical Social Work (LCSW) (Required)

Required Education:

  • Master's degree in social work (MSW) (Required)

Required Experience:

  • 2+ years Supervisory experience
  • 5 - 7 years of the following experience:
  • Clinical experience in Palliative and Hospice social work, bereavement counseling, and pastoral methods, practices, and procedures
  • Direct patient counseling, crisis, and supportive intervention
  • Performing psychosocial and mental health assessments and complex case management methods

Brief Description: Learn more here.

Contact:

Sue Foster

susan.foster@pennmedicine.upenn.edu

Posted: 2/6/24

Job Title: Clinical Director

Organization: Cooper House--Seattle, WA

Employment Type: Full-time

Salary: $140,000-$165,000

Qualifications: Candidates must have an interest and solid grounding in the principles of Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health, Occupational Therapy and/or family therapy. Candidates are required to possess an advanced degree in occupational therapy or behavioral sciences and must be eligible for licensure to practice in the state of WA as one of the following: Psychologist, Mental Health Counselor, Occupational Therapist, Marriage and Family Therapist Counselor, Advanced Social Worker, or Independent Clinical Social Worker. We are seeking candidates who are eligible for WA-AIMH Endorsement at the Mentor level.
Beyond these core credentials, we seek candidates who possess many of the following skills and characteristics, and who are able to identify where they will need to further develop. We anticipate that our next Clinical Director will: Embody the words of Jeree Pawl, “How you are is as important as what you do.” We are looking for candidates with experience providing reflective supervision and the ability to be a sturdy leader, who bring curiosity, cognitive flexibility, and the humility to listen deeply, learn from mistakes, challenge the status quo, and be responsive to their team. Our next Clinical Director should bring emotional intelligence paired with analytical thinking to bridge reflective learning with decision-making and action. Be passionate about advancing our Integrated Clinical Model, guiding the implementation of the delivery of healing centered, culturally respectful services for families, and enhancing the capacity and skill of the team to integrate mind, brain, and body to strengthen relationships and disrupt the deficit-based medical model that perpetuates oppression and pathologizes symptoms of trauma.

Brief Description: Cooper House is an infant and early childhood mental health (IECMH) clinic in Seattle, WA that provides integrated mental health and occupational therapy to children birth-5 and their families. We also provide support for birth-5 providers in our community through reflective supervision and training, including Facilitating Attuned Interactions (FAN) training throughout Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Alaska.

Our next Clinical Director will have the opportunity to guide the clinical team to fully realize the power of our collaborative model, and to provide strategic thought partnership both within Cooper House and across the IECMH field. The Clinical Director will provide leadership to deliver relationship-based services to families based on their unique needs, strengths, culture, and values. The Clinical Director will also have an important community-facing presence, with opportunities to collaborate and leverage connections to strengthen and expand the reach of the program, and to share our team’s work with the birth-to-five provider community locally and nationally.

We seek a reflective supervisor, strategic thinker, and an inclusive manager, with a strong commitment to equity who is passionate about our mission and values. This position requires an advanced degree with clinical credentials, and a solid grounding in and commitment to the principles of infant and early childhood mental health. Within this context, we know that effective leaders can come from all kinds of roles and backgrounds, and we are excited to meet people who see their experience, strengths, and values reflected in the leadership and management qualifications for this role!

This role will be an extraordinary opportunity for a leader who is excited about working in a highly collaborative environment. Our clinical program has grown in depth and breadth over the past few years, and we are eager to expand our reach to make our services more accessible to families with very young children, especially those who are most impacted by systems of oppression and trauma. We want to build our capacity to serve more clients, while keeping the integrity of our model through strong collaboration between therapists and organizational leadership.

Contact:

Eva McMullen

eva@cloversearchworks.com 

Learn more here

Posted: 2/6/24

Job Title: Youth Development Manager

Organization: More Than Words --Boston, MA

Employment Type: Full-time

Salary: $52,000-$57,749

Qualifications: The ideal candidate should have a minimum of an undergraduate degree and 3 years of experience working directly with high-risk youth in a youth development program or education setting, ideally with some experience with DCF and/or DYS young adults, facilitation, and case management.  They should be able to inspire and motivate individuals and groups to work toward setting and achieving goals and to navigate and manage obstacles to meeting educational, work and life goals.  An ideal candidate must be responsible, flexible, hard-working, ethical, trustworthy, sincere, and willing to hold youth accountable for their choices. Bi-lingual (English and Spanish) or multi-lingual applicants strongly preferred.  Applications due by Feb. 9th!

Brief Description: 

Case Management

  • Works directly with youth, managing a caseload of approximately 12-16 youth, ages 16-24
  • Conducts weekly 1:1 check-ins with youth to coach them on their employment progress through the social enterprise and steps towards completing monthly SMART goals around education, employment, and self-efficacy.
  • Facilitates 2-3 shifts per week consisting of individualized work and group professional development workshops focused on education, employment, and self-efficacy. Strong skills needed in content creation, facilitation, and classroom management.
  • Collaborates across MTW department teams to best support the youth in their movement through the model, as well as support their progress in school and community
  • Communicates monthly with external youth collaterals (DCF, probation, school, etc.),
  • Serves as point person to manage crisis situations as they arise (i.e., supporting youth who lose housing, relapse, need connections to health services, etc.).

Youth Development Services

  • Works in collaboration with MTW Advocacy and Community Engagement (ACE) team to enhance MTW outreach, recruitment, and admissions efforts to identify and enroll youth that are a good fit with MTW.
  • Coordinates and conducts interviews monthly with youth to select new trainees for MTW.
  • Ensures all paperwork is complete for youth case files prior to new trainees starting at MTW.
  • Develop and cultivate collaborations with community and public sector organizations to generate opportunities for youth.

Data and Performance Management

  • Submit weekly case notes into Salesforce database to ensure accurate and timely tracking of youth information and progress.
  • Utilizes data to reflect and adopt strategies to motivate youth around meeting employment and education goals

Contact: jobs@nrgconsultinggroup.org 

Learn more and apply here.

Posted: 2/6/24

Job Title: Housing Specialist

Organization: The Foundation for Delaware County - Housing Opportunities Program for Equity (HOPE)

Employment Type: Full-time

Salary: $45,000-$50,000

Qualifications: High school diploma required with more than seven years of experience; bachelor’s degree or master’s degree preferred. • Bilingual in Spanish is preferred. • Experience with and knowledge of utility assistance programs (CAP, LIHEAP, etc.) is a plus. • Experience in Housing and Supportive Housing Services is a plus. • Experience working with and delivering housing support services to vulnerable populations. • Experience collaborating with other social service agencies and housing programs is a plus. • Experience in Maternal and Child Health issues is a plus. • Experience in crisis intervention and conflict resolution. • Strong interpersonal communication and organizational skills required. • CPR certification required or able to acquire upon hiring. • Child abuse clearances as mandated by PA Act 33 required. • Travel throughout Delaware County is required, applicant must have access to reasonable, reliable, and consistent transportation. Drivers license required. • Must be able to work a flexible schedule, on rare occasions this may include some evenings and weekends.

Brief Description: The Housing Opportunities Program for Equity (HOPE) Housing Specialist is a part of the HOPE team, under the direct supervision of the program’s Direct Services Supervisor. The purpose of the Housing Specialist is to provide high-level, comprehensive housing support services to a specific group of 25-30 low to high-risk participants who are NOT enrolled in our partnering Healthy Start or Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) programs. This position is best for someone who is eager to develop or has a thorough understanding of both public and private housing sectors, including housing regulations, laws, policies, and trends. The HOPE Housing Specialist is expected to actively collaborate with various traditional and non-traditional stakeholders to ensure access to housing resources for participants, advocate on housing policies, and contribute to the creation of a more equitable housing landscape for Delaware County. This position plays a crucial role in the overall effectiveness of HOPE and directly impacts the quality of life and housing stability of the participants served through HOPE.

Contact: 

Jordan Casey

jcasey@delcofoundation.org

(610) 619-6051

Learn more here

Jobs Board Archive

This archive includes both active and filled employment opportunities posted between June 2023 and January 2024.

January Jobs Board

Posted: 1/31/24

Job Title: Full Time Counselor--Outpatient Medication-Assisted Treatment Program

Organization: Addiction Medicine and Health Advocates, Inc.

Qualifications:

  • Master's degree in counseling or related field
  • At least 1 year of substance use or mental health treatment experience preferred

Brief Description: Center City substance use treatment facility seeking a full-time Counselor for an Outpatient Medication-Assisted Treatment Program.  If you are looking for a clinically rich experience in a smaller agency with peer and supervisor support-look no further

Contact:

Please send Cover Letters and Resumes to Lina Peterson at lpeterson@amhainc.org 

Learn more here.

Posted: 1/25/24

Job Title: Licensed Psychotherapist

Organization: DGR Behavioral Health, LLC

Qualifications: Pennsylvania licensed therapist (LCSW, PhD, PsyD or Masters level).

Brief Description: Location is in a suburban setting in Berks County, PA, with nice amenities.  You control your time and schedule. You can establish your own private practice while our competent staff handles all administrative and billing needs allowing you to be free to focus without any administrative worries.  Commercial insurance, Medicare and private pay accepted.  Telehealth and in-office visits required.

Contact: Beth Baxter, LCSW

she/her

bbaxter@dgrmanagement.com

(610) 378-9601

Learn more here

Posted: 1/25/24

Job Title: Family Case Manager

Organization: Women Against Abuse

Employment Type: Full-time

Salary: $19.42/hour

Brief Description:  The Family Case Manager will provide direct service links for facility residents and/or their children to external resources necessary to establish safe and more permanent housing and support as well as providing/coordinating counseling service for a caseload of clients either adults or children. Some responsibilities include but are not limited to: Providing individual case management, advocacy, needs assessment, action planning and evaluation; Accompany residents and/or their children to outside appointment as necessary for support and advocacy; Develop, implement, coordinator and facilitate group meeting which address personal and emotional needs of children, residents (current and former); Provide ongoing individual support and informal counselor (Make outside referrals when appropriate); Identify new resources, develop information materials and networks with community resources regarding: Women's Health, Housing Resources, Financial Literacy, Domestic Violence, Parenting, Children's Health and other as needed for use by survivors of domestic violence; Register/transfer children to area schools/visit schools as needed to address: Address Academic, Attendance and/or Behavioral Concerns; Conduct intake interviews upon entry and psychosocial assessments within required timeline; Provide training and education on issues such as Domestic Violence, Parenting and Health Care; Perform exit interviews; Collect and report data. Maintain professionalism, sensitivity, and confidentiality at all times, attend staff, pro-gram and Agency meetings, as well as supervision as required. All responsibilities are implemented according to WAA’s mission and values and according to Agency standards.

Learn more and apply here.

Posted: 1/25/24

Job Title: DV and Homeless Services Coordinator

Organization: Women Against Abuse

Employment Type: Full-time

Salary: $46,125-$50,225

Brief Description

The DV and Homeless Services Coordinator will provide trauma informed & culturally sensitive screening and assessments for persons experiencing IPV, sexual violence, and/or trafficking, provide support to survivors navigate the process of securing safe housing, and serve as a liaison between Philadelphia homeless services provider, community organization, and social services networks to improve systemic responses and coordination of services for survivors of domestic violence.

Learn more and apply here.

Posted: 1/24/24

Job Title: Outpatient Counselor

Organization: Addiction Medicine and Health Advocates Inc.

Employment Type: Full-time

Salary: $44,000-$46,000

Qualifications:

  • Master's degree in counseling or another related human service discipline. 
  • At least 1 year of substance abuse or mental health treatment experience preferred, but not necessary.

Brief Description: Center City substance abuse treatment facility seeking Counselor for Outpatient Medication-Assisted treatment program. If you are looking for a clinically rich experience in a smaller agency with peer and supervisor support, look no further. If you have a calling for serving marginalized and under-privileged communities, if social justice and quality treatment accessibility are important to you, AMHA will provide you an opportunity to take your beliefs and values and put them into practice. Harm reduction philosophy is at the core of treatment provided at this agency. Besides clinical patient care, you will be able to collaborate and build relationships with other providers in the community, connect patients to resources and engage in patient advocacy. Patients present with a broad variety of challenges, both mental health and substance use disorders, making this position a fertile learning ground for new clinicians. Services at the agency include individual and group therapy, medication management and peer support services.

Contact: Lena Peterson

lpeterson@amhainc.org

(215) 923-4202

Learn more here. 

 

Posted: 1/17/2024
Job Title: Trauma Therapist
Organization: Dawn's Place

Employment type: Part-time

Brief Description: 

SUMMARY:

At Dawn’s Place, the primary goal of therapy is to optimize client functioning by providing effective trauma-informed counseling to individuals with multiple complex needs.  These needs vary based on factors such as the client’s physical health, mental health, experiences, and vulnerabilities, as well as trafficking or commercial sexual exploitation. Therefore, a graduate degree in Social Work or Counseling with experience working with women who have been victimized is required.

The Therapist reports to the Executive Director of Dawn’s Place.

QUALIFICATIONS:

A clinical license is essential. Job requirements include at least two years of clinical experience in individual trauma therapy with expertise in sexual abuse, prostitution and/or rape preferred as well as experience with group facilitation and incorporating trauma principles. The therapist must have the ability to work both independently and as part of a team.

HOURS:

This is a part-time position (approximately 20 hours). Hours are flexible but need to be coordinated with the availability of residents and other staff.

DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • participates in the weekly staff meetings where appropriate;  
  • maintains open communication with case manager, resident coordinator and executive director;
  • conducts a comprehensive assessment on each resident before, during and at the end her stay at Dawn’s Place;
  • coordinates individual trauma therapy to women have a history of commercial exploitation, prostitution/sex work and/or physical and sexual abuse as well as co-occurring disorders;
  • meets monthly or more often, as necessary, with Executive Director to discuss client progress as well as potential clinical issues;
  • has a thorough understanding of confidentiality as it pertains to this population
  • facilitates weekly therapy process group for residents as well after-care for graduates of program;
  • interacts with psychiatric and other behavioral health consultants as needed;
  • responds to crises and/or emergencies;
  • coordinates, conducts or participates in training as requested;
  • works with the case manager to conduct exit interview summarizing the client’s experience when leaving Dawn’s Place;
  • completes all clinical records on individual and group encounters.

Read more:

Contact: Meaghan V. Patterson, SSJ, M.Ed., MSW 

Executive Director, Dawn's Place

Phone: 215-438-2414

Email: meaghanpatterson@ahomefordawn.org

Posted: 1/17/2024
Job Title: Psychotherapist
Organization: Evergreen Counseling & Psychological Associates

Employment type: Full-time or part time

Salary: $124,800

Brief Description: Now hiring outpatient mental health psychotherapy positions, Full Time and Part Time.
Recognizing the pivotal role therapists play in the health of our society, we are committed to facilitating your professional journey.
Our Offices: Philadelphia (the lovely Chestnut Hill) and Conshohocken offices. Free parking and easy public transit in both locations.
Pay: Choose between working on a fee-for-service basis (1099 position) or opting for a W2 position. Health Insurance reimbursement for FT (30+) sessions per week with PTO.
Group and Individual Support & Supervision: Immerse yourself in both group and individual clinical consultations tailored to enhance your expertise and support you as you create your ideal caseload. We curate an environment that provides unwavering support for our therapists and sparks an atmosphere of delight and genuine camaraderie.
Your Niche: At Evergreen you can find or develop your niche; and design your caseload to include disorders that you feel most competent and interested in.
Our Role: By assuming responsibility for billing, scheduling, and administrative burdens, we liberate you to focus wholeheartedly on your clients and yourself. Our intuitively designed online scheduling and documentation system are adept at simplifying paperwork, ensuring your workload is effortlessly manageable.
Work Life Balance: We believe in a healthy work-life balance for everyone. We work with each clinician to design a schedule that suits your life. We have a steady flow of referrals to keep our clinicians as busy as they wish to be.

Read more: 

Contact: Shalom Smolik

Email: ssmolik@evergreenassociates.com

Phone: 215-247-5400

Posted: 1/17/2024
Job Title: Therapist
Organization:
Equilibria Psychological and Consultation Services

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $80,000 (flexible, based on hours)

Brief description: Equilibria offers a supportive and caring work environment with a strong leadership team. We pride ourselves on the fun, connected culture we have created. We support our therapists in doing their work by offering group and individual clinical consultation. We also support our clinicians by taking care of billing, managed care and administrative tasks so you can be free to focus on your clients. We have a very easy to use, intuitive online scheduling and documentation system to keep your paperwork at a minimum.

In the spirit of a healthy work-life balance, we work with each clinician to design a schedule that works for your life. Clinicians here not only appreciate the flexibility to build their own schedule, but they also enjoy the freedom to practice with autonomy.

Equilibria Psychological and Consultation Services is a well-established practice looking for PA licensed psychologists, LPCs, LMFTs, and/or LCSWs to join our team. We have openings in our Philadelphia (Society Hill and Fishtown), Willow Grove, and Media offices. We are also hiring for future offices in Lafayette Hill and Lower Bucks County, as well as remote positions for clinicians who want to work from home indefinitely.

Our clinicians have the option to work fee-for-service (1099 position) or in a W2 salaried position with benefits (health, dental, vision, paid time off, and retirement saving match). We are proud of our strong reputation in the community for providing services to adults, couples, adolescents and children. Through our relationships, our referrals are steady which allows us to keep our clinicians' caseloads full.

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Contact: Benjamin Daniels, mfattizzi@equilibriapcs.com, 267-861-3685

Posted: 1/10/2024
Job Title: Post Graduate Fellows/Associate Psychotherapists (pre-licensed clinicians and LSWs)
Organization: Mango Tree Counseling and Consulting

Employment type: Part-time

Brief description: Mango Tree Counseling & Consulting seeks post-graduate fellows (pre-licensed clinicians and LSWs) to join our group. We offer the flexibility of making your schedule with the opportunity to accept insurance. As a collective team, we provide the following benefits:

  • A competitive rate
  • Referrals and consultation
  • Administrative pay for program planning
  • Meaningful experiences in doing community programming
  • Paid supervision and consultation for our clinicians
  • Marketing and advertising
  • Administrative support: billing services, reminder texts, and setting up patient charts.
  • Free use of office space and/or therapy technology
  • Mentorship and professional development and networking opportunities
  • $500.00 budget for professional development per year
  • A healing-centered work culture
  • Health Reimbursement for employees with full-time hours

For Post-Graduate Fellows/Associate Psychotherapists - we offer a detailed group supervision curriculum, individual supervision with our senior clinicians, and mentorship to support you in pursuing your clinical license. We offer skills clinics for graduate interns and our graduate fellows/associate psychotherapists and opportunities to grow and develop in our clinical site.

In addition to providing therapy, our team conducts programming in local Asian-American Communities. We are mission-driven and seek folx interested in development, giving care, and deepening relationships with the largerAsian/Asian-American community.

We are requesting availability during the weekends and evenings (flexible with this) and a total of 10-25 hours of availability per week.

Before onboarding, we will need a copy of your clinical license, malpractice insurance, and a completed CAQH application.

Knowledge of Asian Languages is a huge plus (Arabic, Mandarin, Cantonese, Tagalog, Vietnamese, Khmer, Indonesian, Dari, Hindi, Urdu), but not required.

We encourage Bi-Cultural and folx who know/have experience with content areas like Asian-American identity development and minority stress theory.

We are honored to hear from you! Please email info@mangotreecc.com if you are interested in learning more about this position.

Posted: 1/10/2024
Job Title: Clinical Care Management Specialist
Organization: Community Behavioral Health

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $60-$66,000

Brief description: The Clinical Care Manager (CCM) Specialist - Complex Care is part of a specialized team responsible for providing intermediate or high intensity care management that works collaboratively and directly with members and providers to ensure effective, holistic, member centric care. As a member of CBH’s Complex Care team, training and certification in evidence-informed care management interventions may be provided as well as supervision to support those looking to obtain their license.

The CCM Specialist will also be responsible for utilization management by conducting utilization review activities, population management, cross-system consultation, and treatment quality monitoring. As a member of the Children’s Complex Care team, you will have an opportunity to apply your understanding of behavioral health and your cultural competence to work collaboratively with CBH members, their caregivers, their supports, other professionals, and community partners to screen/assess, and develop individualized, family-anchored, comprehensive, and strength-based plans of care. The CCM Specialist must utilize clinical knowledge of best practices and evidence-based treatments to ensure CBH members receive timely access to quality, medically necessary behavioral health services. When clinically indicated, Clinical Care Managers consult with CBH Physician and Psychologist Advisors to ensure the most effective treatment for the CBH member is being authorized.

*This position is a hybrid role with an expectation to go into the members homes as well as on sites in Philadelphia area; with at least one day in 801 Market office.

Facilitate monthly Plan of Care meetings for the families of each assigned member monthly. Provide evidence-informed intermediate care management interventions directly to members in the community. Maintain a care management caseload of approximately 18 members (or as otherwise directed). Facilitate care coordination with external entities including behavioral and physical health providers, Child Welfare, Juvenile Justice, School district of Philadelphia, and Targeted Case Management (TCM), as well as any other providers or systems involved with assigned members’ families.

Address member/caregiver engagement in treatment by reporting or addressing any reported/observed quality concerns, resolving communication barriers between member (and/or caregiver) and providers, assisting member/caregiver with mediation issues/barriers, assisting with any clarification/prioritizing issues, increase positive collaboration with providers and other supports.
Facilitate longitudinal care management of all assigned members. Complete UM activities as assigned and within required timeframe.

Education: Master’s degree in Social Work or related field
License/Certification: Willing/able to obtain licensure within the first two years of employment; PA Child Abuse Clearance required.
Preferred Licensure: Licensed Social Worker (LSW), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)
Relevant Work Experience: Minimum of 3 years of direct clinical care experience working with adults, children, adolescents and/or their families in behavioral health settings and experience in assessment and treatment planning; and/or experience in a managed care setting

Contact: Joe Janssen (he/him), joseph.janssen@phila.gov

Posted: 1/3/2024
Job Title: President
Organization: Baker Industries

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $110-$130,000

Brief description: Baker Industries is looking for a President who can build upon a strong foundation of tradition, while also bringing an innovative and entrepreneurial mindset as Baker Industries looks to the future. The President will be responsible for overseeing and leading on strategic initiatives, trauma-informed programming, operational efficiency, dynamic fundraising, and excellent customer relations. Additionally, the President will continue to foster collaborative community partnerships that forward Baker’s mission and increase impact.

With an annual budget ranging from $2.2M - $2.4M, eight full- time staff, four part-time staff, and up to 70 program participants, the President will be inheriting a strong balance sheet and team of people to help realize its mission. The President will bring a creative approach to revenue generation building upon a strong donor base of grants, individual giving, and business revenue from our packing services.

 

Reporting into the Board of Directors consisting of 21 diverse and talented professionals from across the Philadelphia business and community service sphere, the President will be a collaborative and communicative leader.

Leading with empathy and compassion, the President will be a hands-on leader, not only for the team but also the employees working within the program. Open to new ways to scale and impact, the President will bring a growth- mindset ensuring that Baker Industries thrives in a dynamic landscape. The role is a unique opportunity to not only lead an organization focused on lasting impact but also support and serve a community that has been underserved.

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Contact: Tatyana James, Search Associate, tjames@koyapartners.com

Posted: 1/3/2024
Job Title: In-School Counselor (Langhorne, PA area)
Organization: Lakeside

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $40-$50,000

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.

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). Compassionate and caring of students and families. Work as a member of an interdisciplinary team. Excellent interpersonal skills with students, families, colleagues, and community resources.

Dental insurance; Flexible spending account; Health insurance; Health savings account; Life insurance; Paid time off; Retirement plan; Vision insurance.

Contact: Donald MacNeill (he/his), donaldm@lakeside.net, 215-588-7639

Posted: 1/3/2024
Job Title: Child Advocate Social Worker
Organization: Support Center for Child Advocates

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $54k+ based on experience, plus $2.5k sign-on bonus

Brief description: Position Summary:
• Partner with volunteer attorneys to provide legal and social services advocacy to
children and youth who have experienced abuse and The Child Advocate Social Worker
(CASW) will maintain a caseload of approximately 50 child clients, ages 0-21.
• Train and support volunteer attorneys in whole child representation, legal strategies in
advocacy, and trauma-aware practices.
• Attend court hearings, conduct home visits, analyze records, and maintain contact with
clients and caregivers, as well as all other professionals serving the child and family to
develop and utilize social work assessments in the team’s representation of child clients.
• Engage and build trusted working relationships with child clients and
• Collaborate with Department of Human Services (DHS), Community Umbrella Agencies
(CUA), Philadelphia Law Department, and Parents’ attorneys to pursue and advocate for
the child’s best interest and expressed desires.
• Accompany child survivors of sexual and physical assault to court and support child
witnesses throughout court testimony and criminal or delinquent proceedings;
• Advocate and arrange for behavioral health, medical, and/or educational evaluations and
appropriate services for children; provide victim assistance; and apply for victim
compensation (VCAP).

Required: Master of Social Work Degree (MSW or equivalent),
experience working with and advocating for children and youth, understanding of child development, familiarity with child welfare practice, trauma-awareness, computer proficiency (Microsoft Office Suite, Outlook).

Preferred: Spanish-language proficiency, experience with system-involved children or youth, home visiting experience, familiarity with case management databases.

Contact: Jessica Jones (she/her), jjones@sccalaw.org

Posted: 1/3/2024
Job Title: Student Assistance Program (SAP) Liaison
Organization: Aldersgate

Employment type: Part-time

Salary: $25/hour

Brief description: 2 -3 days per week for remainder of academic school year

  • School-Based Student Assistance Program (SAP) Liaison for school in Eastern Montgomery County. Elementary, middle and high school posts available.
  • Provide individual and group support for referred students in assigned school buildings.
  • Present evidence-based prevention lessons for various grade levels. Topics include: drugs and alcohol, vaping, social emotional learning and more
  • Additional clinical office based hours available if interested

Master's degree required
Mental health or counseling experience with children and/or teens preferred
In-school experience helpful but not required

Contact: Susan Gueye (she/her), susan.gueye@aldersgateservices.org, 215-657-4545

Posted: 1/3/2024
Job Title: Legislative Affairs Manager
Organization: Philadelphia Corporation for Aging

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $71,307-$82,547

Brief description: This is a remote, hybrid position, full-time, exempt position located at the Philadelphia Corporation for Aging office at 642 N. Board Street, Philadelphia, PA 19130. Work responsibilities will occur largely during weekdays; however, some evening and weekend hours will be required in order to attend events and meetings, or to respond to urgent matters. Partial remote work (work from home) is permitted and expected.

Reporting to the Executive Administrator of Planning in the Planning Department, the Legislative Affairs Manager will play a key role in the planning, coordinating, and implementing of PCA’s advocacy efforts on behalf of older Philadelphians and adults with disabilities in Philadelphia. This position is responsible for developing and implementing an effective legislative affairs strategy for PCA, monitoring local, state, and federal legislation and regulations that impact PCA, and advising executive leadership accordingly. This position is also responsible for serving as the agency’s liaison with elected officials and their staff to support constituent and agency needs as well as serving on relevant committees. It will involve relationship building, problem solving, research, and information-sharing activities with public offices, government agencies, and other key community leadership entities.

Medical, prescription drug, vision, and dental coverage; flexible spending plan (health and dependent care); employee assistance program (EAP), life insurance, short- and long-term disability insurance, pre-tax commuting and parking benefits; 403(b) retirement plan with employer contributions and optional employee pre-tax contributions. Annual paid time off includes 13 holidays, 10 sick days, 2 personal days, and 3 weeks of vacation.

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Contact: Patty Cook (she/her), pcook@matchingmissions.com

Posted: 1/3/2024
Job Title: Camper Care Team Member
Organization: Eden Village Camp

Employment type: Summer

Salary: $2,400-$3,400/summer

Brief description: Our Camper Care Team Members serve as mental health support team members, 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 members of the mental part of supporting our campers in having a healthy, happy, and successful experience at camp!

Eden Village camp is a non-profit overnight camp rooted in the Jewish vision of creating a more environmentally sustainable, socially just, and spiritually connected world. We’re dedicated to providing campers with an incredible summer experience while empowering them to promote a vibrant future for themselves, their communities, and planet.

  • Minimum 2 years experience or high-level training working with individuals with mental health concerns
  • Knowledgeable of young people’s concerns, issues, and challenges
  • Experience or degree in social work, counseling, education, clinical psychology or other relevant training preferred.
  • Focused and able to work independently.
  • Prior camp experience preferred.
  • Able to put the needs of the campers before the needs of self
  • Good health and stamina necessary to work in the camp setting.
  • 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.

Contact: Zoe Page (she/her), zoe@edenvillagecamp.org

December Jobs Board

Posted: 12/13/2023
Job Title: Therapist
Organization: 
Equilibria Psychological and Consultation Services

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $80,000 (flexible based on hours)

Brief description: Equilibria offers a supportive and caring work environment with a strong leadership team. We pride ourselves on the fun, connected culture we have created. We support our therapists in doing their work by offering group and individual clinical consultation. We also support our clinicians by taking care of billing, managed care and administrative tasks so you can be free to focus on your clients. We have a very easy to use, intuitive online scheduling and documentation system to keep your paperwork at a minimum.

In the spirit of a healthy work-life balance, we work with each clinician to design a schedule that works for your life. Clinicians here not only appreciate the flexibility to build their own schedule, but they also enjoy the freedom to practice with autonomy.

Equilibria Psychological and Consultation Services is a well-established practice looking for PA licensed psychologists, LPCs, LMFTs, and/or LCSWs to join our team. We have openings in our Philadelphia (Society Hill and Fishtown), Willow Grove, and Media offices. We are also hiring for future offices in Lafayette Hill and Lower Bucks County, as well as remote positions for clinicians who want to work from home indefinitely.

Our clinicians have the option to work fee-for-service (1099 position) or in a W2 salaried position with benefits (health, dental, vision, paid time off, and retirement saving match). We are proud of our strong reputation in the community for providing services to adults, couples, adolescents and children. Through our relationships, our referrals are steady which allows us to keep our clinicians' caseloads full.

Requirements:
- Three (3) years experience providing therapy (and/or formal psychological assessments)

- PA License (Psychologist, LPC, LMFT, or LCSW) before starting (interview process can be initiated beforehand)

- Ability to schedule at least 12 appts/wk, including at least 8 appts/wk in the evenings or weekends.

Ideal candidates will have:
- Experience in outpatient settings
- A strong background with children, adolescents, families and/or adults
- Flexibility to work some evenings and/or weekends
- The ability to work independently and as part of a team
- Current credentialing with major insurers in the area (a plus but not a necessity)
- Black, Indigenous and People of Color strongly encouraged to apply
- Spanish-fluency is a plus

Contact: Ben Daniels, BDaniels@EquilibriaPCS.com      

Posted: 12/12/2023
Job Title: Behavioral Health Counselor
Organization: 
Henry J. Austin Health Center

Employment type: Full-time

Brief description: We are seeking a Behavioral Health Counselor who provides behavioral and mental health services, including brief intervention counseling, referrals to higher levels of care, and follow-up services to patients. This individual reports to the Behavioral Health Director and is responsible for working independently, managing a diverse and sometimes difficult caseload, does related work as required.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Direct Service:

  • Provide comprehensive assessment and diagnosis of behavioral health clients.
  • Provide effective treatment planning and assist clients in successfully achieving goals.
  • Evaluate crisis situations and apply appropriate interventions.
  • Actively participate in meetings that support the integrated healthcare model to provide comprehensive care for clients.
  • Assist in the detection of “at risk” patients and the development of plans to prevent further psychological or physical deterioration.
  • Assist the primary care team in developing care management processes such as using guidelines, disease management techniques, case management, and patient education to improve self-management of chronic disease.
  • Provide assessment, consultation, and brief intervention for psychological/psychiatric problems and/or disorders.
  • Teach patients, families, and staff care, prevention, and treatment enhancement techniques.
  • Monitor the site’s behavioral health program, identifying problems related to patient services and making recommendations for improvement.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Program Development and Maintenance:

  • Develop and maintain liaison relationships with community resources as possible, specifically other behavioral health and substance abuse agencies. Work to establish collaborative services and to lessen duplication of care.
  • In conjunction with other staff, maintain a standardized current community resource directory.
  • Participate in the development, implementation, and evaluation of special projects and/or pilot programs.
  • Interpret center behavioral health policies and procedures to providers, institutions, agencies, recipients, and other concerned individuals.
  • Establish and maintain necessary records and files. Draft correspondence in the course of official duties.
  • Collect, record, and analyze significant program-related data; develop monthly statistical and programmatic reports.

Staff Development:

  • Serve as a full member of the HJAHC clinical staff team.
  • Participate fully in Behavioral Health departmental meetings and other agency meetings as warranted.
  • Participate in professional and related meetings, conferences, and continuing education training as available; prepares reports as requested.
  • Keep appraised of developing areas of behavioral health and provide colleagues with updates as appropriate.
  • Assist in behavioral health departmental tasks, including programmatic and infrastructure design, implementation, and evaluation.
  • Learn and implement various types of electronic and/or manual recording and information systems used by the Center or its related units.

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Contact: Samantha Malestein, Samantha.Malestein@henryjaustin.org

Posted: 12/7/2023
Job Title: Program Director
Organization: Women of Hope-Vine

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $60-$65,000

Brief description: Women of Hope-Vine is a Personal Care Facility for 22 women who have a history of mental health and have experienced homelessness.
1. Oversee daily operation of the building and the contracts that operate within
2. Holds or able to obtain Personal Care Administrator certification.
3. Ensures program maintains state license compliance. 4. Actively develop programming and pursue.
appropriate opportunities to obtain funding.
5. Prepares, monitors and maintains program budget
6. Plans and coordinates new employee orientation; monthly in-service training; supervision of social work supervisor and identified staff; and annual performance evaluations
7. Flexible schedule for 24-hour facility

Education: _ Master of Social Work
Experience: 3-5 years of post-Master’s with progressive supervisory experience: experience with MH and D&A population
Other pertinent information: validate PA driver’s license; computer literate.

Contact: Renee Hudson-Small, rhudson@chs-adphila.org

Posted: 12/6/2023
Job Title: Psychotherapist
Organization: Emerge Counseling

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $63-$75,000

Brief description: Emerge is a small group therapy practice in Center City Philadelphia, currently recruiting for an LSW or fully licensed clinician (LCSW, LPC, LMFT) to join our friendly, supportive team. Emerge is unique in its focus on offering therapy services to individuals 18 and up from an integrative, modern psychodynamic approach. Common presenting problems treated include: anxiety, depression, attachment issues, family of origin concerns, trauma, LGBTQ identity concerns, life transitions, relationships and dating, and navigating career questions.
Emerge is committed to helping its clinicians grow as therapists, developing their professional niches, and to providing a supportive environment that frees them up to focus on the meaningful work they love to do. We offer regular clinical supervision and case consultation, and utilize a user-friendly EHR system for scheduling and documentation to minimize paperwork. Clinicians are able to build their own schedule within flexible parameters that meet client needs.

This is a W2 position with benefits (2 weeks PTO, retirement saving match, partial health insurance reimbursement). There is potential for increased earnings depending on: number of billable hours, insurances accepted, and increasing private pay clientele through developing desirable areas of expertise.

Requirements:

  • Minimum (1) year experience providing outpatient therapy with adults 18+
  • Ability to schedule at least 24 appts/wk, with minimum 2 days in person
  • Flexibility to work some evenings after 5pm

LSW or LCSW, LMFT, LPC (pre-licensed will not be considered)

  • Interest in working from a psychodynamic perspective
  • The ability to work independently and as part of a team

Ideal candidates will have:

  • High degree of emotional intelligence, self awareness and insight
  • Self-motivation for continuing education/professional growth
  • Interest in developing your niche(s) and areas of expertise
  • Training or experience in a non-CBT therapy modality (e.g. psychodynamic, relational, EFT, IFS, somatic experiencing)
  • Current credentialing with major insurers in the area a plus
  • Black, Indigenous and People of Color strongly encouraged to apply

Contact: Bridgett Bolin, bridgett@emergephila.com

Posted: 12/6/2023
Job Title: Executive Director
Organization: Friends of the Children

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $140k-$160k (salary with incentive)

Brief description: 

Friends of the Children is seeking a passionate, committed leader to use their lived experience, vision, and connection to the Philadelphia community to launch and lead Friends of the Children in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Our model is proven to impact generational change by empowering youth who are facing the greatest obstacles through relationships with salaried professional mentors – 12+ years, no matter what. As Executive Director for the Philadelphia chapter, you will work with community leaders, schools, non-profit partners, and investors to have a significant impact on foster care and intergenerational poverty in Philadelphia, specifically the North Philadelphia and Kensington area.

Our Philadelphia Executive Director will be a passionate advocate for children and families facing life's greatest challenges and will be effective at communicating the urgency of our mission and success of our outcomes. They will be dynamic and engaging spokesperson for the organization and will excel at networking and fundraising with major donors, corporate leaders, foundations, and the communities we serve. They will serve a key role in advancing diversity, equality and inclusion, and antiracism.

The ideal candidate will have experience in working with community leaders, caregivers, families, and children, understanding the unique disparities amongst the communities served. The ideal candidate will also have a smart head for business, an entrepreneurial spirit, and a soft heart for kids. They will be equally skilled at leading strategic planning, reviewing financial statements, overseeing program evaluation, and asking donors for financial support.

The right leader will be fiercely committed to equity and will ensure that every aspect of the organization's mission is executed with full engagement of the youth, families and communities impacted by our work.

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Contact: Charlotte Narciso, cnarciso@friendsofthechildren.org

November Jobs Board

Posted: 11/29/2023
Job Title: Executive Director

Organization: Family Promise of the Main Line

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $92,000-$96,000

Brief description: The Executive Director of Family Promise of the Main Line (FPML) is charged by the Board of Directors with overall organizational strategic leadership in partnership with the board, and with responsibility for all aspects of organizational management. The Executive Director is accountable to the board of directors, under the oversight of the President of the Board.

Expected Capabilities

  • Excellent communication skills both written and oral, appropriate to diverse audiences
  • Understanding of the specific resources needed to implement long-term vision – i.e., ability to simultaneously think future and present
  • Understanding of the effects of the external environment (public policy, economic trends, demographics, etc.) on the mission of FPML
  • Human resources management
  • Financial management
  • Resource development – i.e., a variety of fundraising activities
  • Oversight of shelter/human services programming

Contact: Patty Cook, pcook@matchingmissions.com

Posted: 11/29/2023
Job Title: Elementary Wellness Coordinator
Organization: Educational Service Center of Lorain County


Employment type: Full-time

Brief description: 

Qualifications

  • Master’s degree in social work, counseling, or education strongly preferred
  • ODE pupil services license or pupil services registration required
  • Minimum five years of successful school social work, school counseling or education (teaching/leadership) required
  • Experience working with Ohio’s Social Emotional Learning Standards and Whole Child Framework
  • Knowledge of/training in restorative practices, PBIS, MTSS and trauma informed strategies preferred
  • Knowledge of vulnerable populations and associated resources of support
  • Successful leadership experiences as well as program development
  • Experience in assessment, data collection, and evaluation
  • An understanding of the Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child model, ODE Social Emotional Learning Standards, and the Social Determination of Health

Contact: Cathy Papp, papp@esclc.org, 440-324-5777, x1134

Posted: 11/14/2023
Job Title: Therapist

Organization: Equilibria Psychological and Consultation Services

Employment type: Full-Time

Salary: $80,000 (flexible based on hours)

Brief description: Equilibria offers a supportive and caring work environment with a strong leadership team. We pride ourselves on the fun, connected culture we have created. We support our therapists in doing their work by offering group and individual clinical consultation. We also support our clinicians by taking care of billing, managed care and administrative tasks so you can be free to focus on your clients. We have a very easy to use, intuitive online scheduling and documentation system to keep your paperwork at a minimum.

In the spirit of a healthy work-life balance, we work with each clinician to design a schedule that works for your life. Clinicians here not only appreciate the flexibility to build their own schedule, but they also enjoy the freedom to practice with autonomy.

Equilibria Psychological and Consultation Services is a well-established practice looking for PA licensed psychologists, LPCs, LMFTs, and/or LCSWs to join our team. We have openings in our Philadelphia (Society Hill and Fishtown), Willow Grove, and Media offices. We are also hiring for future offices in Lafayette Hill and Lower Bucks County, as well as remote positions for clinicians who want to work from home indefinitely.

Our clinicians have the option to work fee-for-service (1099 position) or in a W2 salaried position with benefits (health, dental, vision, paid time off, and retirement saving match). We are proud of our strong reputation in the community for providing services to adults, couples, adolescents and children. Through our relationships, our referrals are steady which allows us to keep our clinicians' caseloads full.

Contact: Meaghan Fattizzi, mfattizzi@equilibriapcs.com

Posted: 11/14/2023
Job Title: Mitigation Specialist in JSDU

Organization: Defender Association of Philadelphia

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $58-$60,000

Brief description: The Defender Association of Philadelphia seeks an experienced social worker to join our Juvenile Special Defense team. Our Juvenile Special Defense Unit (JSDU) was created based on the recognition that representation of juveniles who were charged with complex or serious crimes, often with high publicity exposure, required more specialized attention. A “Direct File Juvenile” is someone who is under 18, but at least 15 years old who has been arrested and processed as an adult, and who will initially be treated as an adult in the criminal justice system. The Mitigation Specialist in the JSDU works with Direct File Juvenile cases, Decertified cases, gun possession cases, and other Special Defense cases requiring sentencing advocacy and/or social service intervention. A large part of the position includes identifying and interviewing significant social informants, performing reliable client social histories, and developing themes for mitigation based on a client’s psycho-social development.  
 

What You’ll Do

  • Conducting client assessments in the office, at the various state and county prisons, as well as the JJSC, and field investigations, to determine competency, alcohol/drug dependence, legal sanity, and preparation of reliable social histories and themes for mitigation based on client's psycho-social development
  • Referring to and negotiating with community resources to service client needs.
  • Contacting family and other support persons to gather information to assist with assessment, treatment planning, and penalty phase mitigation.
  • Preparing written reports/memoranda on all clients to trial Attorneys.
  • Providing court testimony on behalf of clients when needed.
  • Maintaining well documented and dated files on all clients.
  • Preparing social summaries and sentencing reports.
  • Referring clients to appropriate forensic psychologists and/or psychiatrists to evaluate and prepare for Decertification Hearings.
    Assisting attorneys in preparation of theories of mitigation.

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Posted: 11/2/2023
Job Title: FT Fee for Service Therapist (Hybrid)

Organization: Emerge Counseling

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $50-$65 per session

Brief description: Emerge treats individual adults 18+ presenting with a variety of needs including anxiety, depression, relationship issues, life transitions, as well as longstanding difficulties stemming from relational/attachment trauma and other issues. Our approach is psychodynamic but also modern and flexible; with attention to the therapy relationship, connections between early life and present difficulties, and the unconscious. In this role full time therapists complete 24 sessions weekly, with a hybrid schedule. At least 2 in person days are required to meet demand. Weekly in-depth supervision is provided to grow your skills in psychodynamic case formulation and technique.

Experience providing assessment, treatment planning and psychotherapy to adults 18 and up. Ability to work independently, complete timely documentation using EHR system, conduct screening calls with prospective clients to assess fit. Motivation and capacity to engage in insight oriented training and supervision to build the skills to practice from a psychodynamic approach, including reflecting on your countertransference feelings and clinical challenges as they come up.

Contact: Bridgett Bollin (she/her), bridgett@emergephila.com, 267-603-3022

Posted: 11/2/2023
Job Title: Social Worker

Organization: Bucks County Children and Youth Social Services Agency

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $28.03 hourly

Brief description: Professional social services work in the Children and Youth Agency. Provides full range of social and case management services to children, youthand families. An important aspect of this work is the employment of casework skills in obtaining essential information, counseling clients and members of their families and helping them to utilize all available resources. Work also involves the application of problem-solving techniques; providing counseling to maximize service delivery and to achieve service plan goals; monitoring client behavior; and interacting with agencies that make up the service network. Work is performed in accordance with established regulations, policies and procedures, but employees are expected to exercise initiative and judgment in discharging their duties. Work is reviewed by a professional social service or administrative supervisor through regularly scheduled individual and group conferences and the review of records and reports.

Contact: Jackie Patton, jwpatton@buckscounty.org, 215-348-6902

Posted: 11/2/2023
Job Title: Advantage Behavioral Health

Organization: Academic Ally

Employment type: Full-time, remote for New Jersey

Brief description: The Adolescent Primary Therapist provides mental health services to adolescents through a telehealth platform. Victory Bay's Adolescent Mental Health program provides the necessary and vital mental health resources for those aged fourteen to seventeen. Our mission is to provide the foundation for mental health recovery through skills building, therapeutic services, and family work.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Completion of biopsychosocial assessments and appropriate clinical tools.
  • Providing individual and family therapy to adolescents aged 13-17.
  • Assessing client for substance abuse and mental health diagnoses using DSM, PHQ-9 and Columbia Scale criteria in determining appropriate level of care based on ASAM and DSM criteria.
  • Development of the client discharge/continuum of care plan to ensure movement to the appropriate levels of care.
  • Documenting all client records, counseling and education services, assessments, reassessments, referrals and follow-up in the client’s clinical record.
  • Provide coordination of support services for the client/family and record the services provided in the client’s clinical record.
  • Contact and coordination with referral sources, (i.e. legal, school, employer, etc.)
  • Facilitate needed interventions for crisis-orientated issues utilizing a multi-disciplinary team approach for assigned clients.
  • Documenting: Intake assessments, Individual and family Sessions, weekly calls, level of care changes, and treatment plans and assessment tools.

Contact: Judd Ireland, judd.ireland@abhealthnetwork.com

Posted: 11/2/2023
Job Title: 
Academic coach- for students grades 2-college
Organization: Academic Ally

Employment type: Part-time

Brief description: The ideal candidate has a successful history of working with students who have executive functioning difficulties-either because the students have a formal diagnosis of ADHD, or they just struggle in this capacity. They also have experience with students who have language-based learning disabilities. Experience can come as a result of working in the educational, academic, or mental health fields. One coach does not need to have experience across the life span, we fully expect to hire multiple coaches who have experience with different age ranges. Candidate will be able to meet in-person with students -ability to meet virtually is great, but in-person is a must. Candidate can commit to working with students throughout the school year and is available to take on a minimum of two clients. Clients may want to continue through the summer for supplemental or enrichment support, so that may be a consideration for coach to ensure continuity of support.

Contact: Hannah Bookbinder, Hannah@Academic-Ally.com or 610-647-3959, x105

Posted: 11/2/2023
Job Title: 
Reading Specialist
Organization: Academic Ally

Employment type: Part-time

Brief description: Ideal candidate is certified as either a special education teacher or certified reading specialist and has experience working with students who have ADHD or executive functioning difficulties. Wilson certification is a plus, but not required as long as candidate has a demonstrated history of success with students in this capacity. Candidate can commit to working with students throughout the school year and is available to take on a minimum of two clients.      

Contact: Hannah Bookbinder, Hannah@Academic-Ally.com or 610-647-3959, x105

Posted: 11/2/2023
Job Title: ACT/SAT Coach

Organization: Academic Ally

Employment type: Part-time

Brief description: Ideal candidate has demonstrated strong performance on tests themselves as well as a demonstrated record of success with clients. Candidate not only understands the sections of the test but has mastery of the strategies and “tricks” required to outsmart the test as well as students’ tendencies to second-guess themselves. Candidate also has an understanding of the new digital version of the SAT. Individual is available to meet with students in person-virtual is fine for those students who can meet successfully using this format, but coaching candidate must be able to meet in person with those students who require that method of meeting. Coach ideally has experience working with students who have ADHD or executive functioning difficulties. Candidate can commit to working with students throughout the school year and the summer and is available to take on a minimum of two clients.

Contact: Hannah Bookbinder, Hannah@Academic-Ally.com or 610-647-3959, x105

Posted: 11/2/2023
Job Title: Math Coach

Organization: Academic Ally

Employment type: Part-time

Brief Description: We are seeking math coaches who can teach elementary, middle, high school, and college level math, including college prep, honors, and AP levels. It is not expected that one coach can cover this entire range in which case, a coach who can cover elementary through middle school and a coach who can cover multiple levels of high school math through AP Calculus, and a coach who can assist college level math would be welcome. Must be able to meet in person and must have experience working with students who have ADHD or executive functioning difficulties. Candidate can commit to working with students throughout the school year and is available to take on a minimum of two clients. The ability to provide enrichment and/or supplemental support over the summer is a bonus.

Contact: Hannah Bookbinder, Hannah@Academic-Ally.com or 610-647-3959, x105

Posted: 11/2/2023
Job Title: Science Coach

Organization: Academic Ally

Employment type: Part-time

Brief description: We are seeking a science coach who can give in-person instruction for college prep, honors, and AP level physics. Virtual instruction is ok as long as student can successfully meet that way. Must have experience working with students who have ADHD or executive functioning difficulties. Candidate can commit to working with students throughout the school year and is available to take on a minimum of two clients. The ability to provide enrichment and/or supplemental support over the summer is a bonus.

Contact: Hannah Bookbinder, Hannah@Academic-Ally.com or 610-647-3959, x105

October Jobs Board

Posted: 10/19/2023
Job Title: 
School-Based Student Assistance Program (SAP) Liaison for elementary school in Eastern Montgomery County PA
Organization: Aldersgate

Employment type: Part-time

Salary: $25/hour to start

Brief description: Two days per week for remainder of current school year: School-Based Student Assistance Program (SAP) Liaison for elementary school in Eastern Montgomery County PA. Provide individual and group support for referred students in assigned school buildings. Current clearances (FBI, PA State Criminal, Child Abuse History) required for all positions.

Send resume with position preference and days available to: 
Contact: Susan Gueye, LSW, Executive Director, Susan.Gueye@aldersgateservices.org

Poster: 10/19/2023
Job Title: 
School-Based Prevention Specialist
Organization: Aldersgate

Employment type: Part-time

Salary: $23/hour to start

Brief description: Present evidence-based classroom lessons for various grade levels. Topics include drugs and alcohol, vaping, social emotional learning and more. Current clearances (FBI, PA State Criminal, Child Abuse History) required for all positions.

Send resume with position preference and days available to: 
Contact: Susan Gueye, LSW, Executive Director, Susan.Gueye@aldersgateservices.org

Posted: 10/18/2023
Job Title: Executive Director
Organization: New Horizons Senior Center

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $55-$70,000

Brief description: Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director is responsible for the overall leadership and daily operations of New Horizons Senior Center. The ED will advance the organization’s mission and values, provide strategic leadership, ensure quality management of the overall operations, expand and implement successful fundraising strategies, and ensure that the senior center has the financial and human resources necessary to achieve its mission.

Email your resume, a cover letter detailing your interest in this opportunity, and one writing sample to:  hrcomm.nhsc@gmail.com

Contact: Elissa Berardi, elissaberardi.newhorizons@gmail.com

Posted: 10/18/2023
Job Title: Outpatient Counselor
Organization: Addiction Medicine and Health Advocates, Inc.

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $44-$46,000

Brief description: Outpatient counselor position in a center city substance abuse treatment facility, Medication-Assisted treatment program. A clinically-rich experience in a smaller agency with peer and supervisor support. Duties include individual and group therapy (combination of in-person therapy and telehealth) and clinical documentation.

Required education: Master's degree; Required experience: Substance abuse and/or mental health counseling preferred, not required. Required license or certification: Licensed or license eligible preferred, not required. 

Contact: Lina Peterson, lpeterson@amhainc.org

Posted: 10/11/2023
Job Title: Therapist
Organization: Equilibria Psychological and Consultation Services

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $80,000 (flexible based on hours)

Brief description: Equilibria offers a supportive and caring work environment with a strong leadership team. We pride ourselves on the fun, connected culture we have created. We support our therapists in doing their work by offering group and individual clinical consultation. We also support our clinicians by taking care of billing, managed care and administrative tasks so you can be free to focus on your clients. We have a very easy to use, intuitive online scheduling and documentation system to keep your paperwork at a minimum.

In the spirit of a healthy work-life balance, we work with each clinician to design a schedule that works for your life. Clinicians here not only appreciate the flexibility to build their own schedule, but they also enjoy the freedom to practice with autonomy.

Equilibria Psychological and Consultation Services is a well-established practice looking for PA licensed psychologists, LPCs, LMFTs, and/or LCSWs to join our team. We have openings in our Philadelphia (Society Hill and Fishtown), Willow Grove, and Media offices. We are also hiring for future offices in Lafayette Hill and Lower Bucks County, as well as remote positions for clinicians who want to work from home indefinitely.

Our clinicians have the option to work fee-for-service (1099 position) or in a W2 salaried position with benefits (health, dental, vision, paid time off, and retirement saving match). We are proud of our strong reputation in the community for providing services to adults, couples, adolescents and children. Through our relationships, our referrals are steady which allows us to keep our clinicians' caseloads full.

Requirements

  • Three (3) years experience providing therapy (and/or formal psychological assessments)
  • PA License (Psychologist, LPC, LMFT, or LCSW) before starting (interview process can be initiated beforehand)
  • Ability to schedule at least 12 appts/wk, including at least 8 appts/wk in the evenings or weekends.

Ideal candidates will have:

  • Experience in outpatient settings
  • A strong background with children, adolescents, families and/or adults
  • Flexibility to work some evenings and/or weekends
  • The ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Current credentialing with major insurers in the area (a plus but not a necessity)
  • Black, Indigenous and People of Color strongly encouraged to apply
  • Spanish-fluency is a plus

Contact: Benjamin Daniels, MFattizzi@EquilibriaPCS.com

September Jobs Board

Posted: 9/26/2023
Job Title: Post Graduate Behavioral Health Fellowship (LGSW)
Organization: Unity Health Care

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: Contact Unity Health Care

Brief description: The Post-Graduate Behavioral Health Fellowship at Unity Health Care offers a unique opportunity to extend your clinical Social Work experience with hands-on training supporting the behavioral health needs of adults, children, adolescents, families, and more through the largest Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) in the Nation’s Capital. 

Our program is grounded in foundational principles of Social Work while providing clinical support via an Integrated Behavioral Health model to diverse, underserved populations in a community health-based setting. We aim to increase access and improve health equity by providing high-quality, culturally competent behavioral health services to our surrounding communities. 

The two-year (24-month) program provides Licensed Graduate Social Workers with free clinical and general supervision to meet the requirements for independent clinical licensure in the District of Columbia. (Depending on local regulations, these requirements may also be reciprocal when applying for licensing in other states.)

Fellows will receive guidance and mentorship around career identity, direct practice in a clinical community-based healthcare setting, and didactics focused on clinical social work and mental health. Additionally, fellows will join the Behavioral Health team in operating on a hybrid model of remote and on-site care and will have access to unique specialty training opportunities, including substance use disorder treatment and care in correctional facilities, during their second year.

Fellows will have a dedicated clinical and training location within the Unity Health Care system and receive a competitive full-time employee salary and benefits as they work alongside more than 920 compassionate, multicultural, multilingual professionals from both primary care and specialty service fields.

Following completion of this fellowship, there is a 2-year work commitment with Unity Health Care.

This fellowship is generously supported by a grant from the J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation

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Contact: Tene Washington, BHFellowship@UnityHealthCare.org

Posted: 9/21/2023
Job title: Social Worker / Professional Counselor (School/Residential Treatment Center)
Organization: Sheppard Pratt

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: Salary offered is dependent upon licensure and relevant experience. Ranges for this opportunity start at $52,488 for LM; $56,687 for LC. Salary range and amount offered is dependent upon licensure and relevant experience. 

Brief description: The Sheppard Pratt School & RTC (formerly Mann RTC) is a 46-bed treatment center that serves males and females ages 12 to 21 with severe emotional and behavioral problems, who require a specialized educational environment, a therapeutic milieu, and recreational and community-based activities. The average length of stay at Mann RTC is 6-11 months, with the goal of moving the adolescent back into the community as soon as they are ready. The Mann RTC is located Sheppard Pratt Health System's main campus in Towson, MD (Baltimore County), giving us direct access to our onsite mental health professionals and our inpatient hospital.

Sheppard Pratt offers competitive benefits, free CEUs offered by National Experts, live trainings, free weekly supervision for licensure, opportunities to earn extra income on the job, substantial administrative support, and personalized onboarding experiences. Requires Maryland LMSW or Maryland LCSWC

Contact: Margaret Waterfield, Margaret.Waterfield@sheppardpratt.org

Posted: 9/21/2023
Job title: Social Worker, Adult Residential Treatment Center
Organization: Sheppard Pratt

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: The starting range for LMSW $52,530; starting range for LCSWC $62,129. Full range and salary offered at time of hire is based on licensure and relevant experience.

Brief description: 

Monday - Friday 9am to 5pm

Our Adult Residential Treatment Center, located in Towson is looking for a Maryland Licensed Social Worker or Professional Counselor who is motivated, dynamic, and a team player with a passion for supporting those with a range of mental health, substance use and developmental challenges. Maryland LMSW, LCSW-C, LGPC, or LCPC required.

Residential Treatment Center (RTC) is a multidisciplinary team working in a 24/7 open door residential setting utilizing evidence-base practices to provide treatment, rehabilitation and support services to individuals diagnosed with severe mental illness, substance use or developmental disabilities to develop skills and abilities to live as independently as possible. RTC team members are trained in the areas of psychiatry, social work, nursing, dietician, substance abuse, vocational and educational rehabilitation, and occupational therapy.

Requires Maryland LMSW or Maryland LCSWC

Contact: Margaret Waterfield, Margaret.Waterfield@sheppardpratt.org

Posted: 9/21/2023
Job title: Program Director (Assertive Community Treatment) $5,000 sign-on bonus (Belcamp, MD)
Organization: Sheppard Pratt

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $77,250-$82,400

Brief description: Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) in Harford County is an approved HRSA-NHSC Loan Repayment program!
Sheppard Pratt offers competitive benefits, free CEUs offered by National Experts, live trainings, free weekly supervision for licensure, opportunities to earn extra income on the job, substantial administrative support, and personalized onboarding experiences. Full salary range and salary offered at time of hire is based on licensure and relevant experience.

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) in Harford County is an approved HRSA-NHSC Loan Repayment program!

ACT is a self-contained clinical team which assumes responsibility for directly providing needed treatment, rehabilitation, and support services to identified clients with severe and persistent mental health illness. The ACT Program Director supervises and evaluates the multidisciplinary team in conjunction with appropriate psychiatric support to ensure service excellence and courteous, helpful, and respectful services to program clients and functions as a practicing clinician on the team.

Must be Maryland LCSW-C Maryland board approved supervisor. Must possess reliable transportation during work hours, a valid state issued Driver's License and have a current driving record with 3 or fewer points on it at the time of hire. 3-5 years: Experience working with adults with severe and persistent mental illness.

Contact: Margaret Waterfield, Margaret.Waterfield@sheppardpratt.org

Posted: 9/21/2023
Job title: Therapist (Betty Ann Krahnke Center, Montgomery County) $5,000.00 sign on bonus
Organization: Sheppard Pratt

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: The starting range for LMSW $68,556.80; starting range for LCSWC $72,841.60. Higher starting rates for Bilingual (Spanish). Full range and salary offered at time of hire is based on licensure and relevant experience.

Brief description: Provides counseling and case management services in a trauma informed care environment for women fleeing domestic violence and child witnesses of partner abuse. Provides clinical assessments for both adult and child, focused individual and group counseling with oversight of all residents' case management needs, trauma recovery, and safety and discharge planning. The work schedule is flexible to include some evening hours to accommodate resident schedules.

Sheppard Pratt offers competitive benefits, free CEUs offered by National Experts, live trainings, free weekly supervision for licensure, opportunities to earn extra income on the job, substantial administrative support, and personalized onboarding experiences. 

Requires Maryland LMSW or Maryland LCSWC.2 years of relevant clinical experience, a portion of which should be in partner abuse or domestic violence.

Contact: Margaret Waterfield, Margaret.Waterfield@sheppardpratt.org

Posted: 9/21/2023
Job title: Program Director, Family Preservation (LCSW-C), Frederick, MD
Organization: Sheppard Pratt

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: Range $80,318.58 to $83,532.18. Salary offered dependent upon licensure and relevant work experiences

Brief description: Program Director, Family Preservation is a management position, requiring general knowledge of mental health and specific understanding and skill in the area of family assessment and treatment. Primary responsibility is to manage the delivery of services, staff supervision, administration and evaluation of Interagency Family Preservation program with integrity and professionalism. Must be licensed by the Maryland Board of Social Worker Examiners as a Licensed Certified Social Worker-Clinical (LCSW-C).

Interagency Family Preservation is a therapeutic program designed to prevent at-risk youth in Frederick County from being removed from the home unnecessarily. Through our intensive on-site intervention model, families learn the skills they need to effectively work together and create a healthy, safe home environment in which the whole family can thrive. 

We serve youth ages 0 – 18 who live in Frederick County, and who are at high risk for being removed from the home, whether due to a mental health or substance use diagnosis, situational factors, or other contributing issues. Families are an integral part of the Interagency Family Preservation treatment process and are highly involved throughout this home-based program. Maryland LCSWC required

Contact: Margaret Waterfield, Margaret.Waterfield@sheppardpratt.org

Posted: 9/21/2023
Job title: Licensed Social Worker (Maryland)
Organization: Sheppard Pratt

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: LMSW average mid-sixties annually

Brief description: Sheppard Pratt’s impact spans hospitals, special education schools, Maryland public school systems, crisis services in local communities, residential treatment centers, outpatient mental health centers, and more. We are mission-driven and create an environment where our employees can explore what motivates them both professionally and personally. Through continuing education, tuition reimbursement, and career development programs, we team with our employees to facilitate growth opportunities that put purpose to work. 

Sheppard Pratt is searching for licensed social workers to work in a wide variety of care and service options, patient populations, and diagnoses. As the nation’s largest private, non-profit provider of mental health, substance use, special education, developmental disability, and social services, Sheppard Pratt affords the opportunity to make the impact you want to make.

Sheppard Pratt offers competitive benefits, free CEUs offered by National Experts, live trainings, free weekly supervision for licensure, opportunities to earn extra income on the job, substantial administrative support, and personalized onboarding experiences. 

Contact: Margaret Waterfield, Margaret.Waterfield@sheppardpratt.org

Posted: 9/20/2023
Job title: Counselor
Organization: Bryn Mawr College

Employment type: mid-August through May (.75 FTE)

Brief description: A Counselor offers various forms of psychotherapy to college students particularly in areas such as women's issues, late adolescence/young adulthood identity concerns, depression, anxiety, transitional issues, and inner conflicts and/or emotional distress related to college adjustment.

The ideal candidate will have a Master degree in social work, psychology, counseling, or closely related field from an accredited college/university and a PA clinical license.  The candidate will have 3-5 years clinical experience providing group therapy and demonstrated success in working with students from traditionally underrepresented groups, first generation students, LGBTQ-identifying students, international students, students with disabilities. 

Read more and apply.

Posted: 9/20/2023
Job title: Program Coordinator and Registrar
Organization: Bryn Mawr College Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research

Employment type: Full-time

Brief Description: The Program Coordinator and Registrar provides a variety of programmatic and administrative support to the MSS program.  This role will work directly with the Dean to plan, implement and evaluate the Master of Social Service (MSS) program. This includes, course planning and scheduling, updating the catalog, coordinating advising, assisting with registration and enrollment and collaborating with various constituents across campus including Financial Aid, Registrar, Student Financials, as well as offices of Career Development, Institutional Research, Communications and Alumni/Development.   Requirements include an undergraduate degree, experience in higher education, proficiency in MS Office Suite, data base management and knowledge of learning management systems.

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Posted: 9/20/2023
Job title: Director; Student and Career Services
Organization: Bryn Mawr College Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research

Employment type: Full-time

Brief Description: The Director of Student and Career Services is a key role at the GSSWSR. This role supports the educational and professional attainment of our students and also provides outreach and services to our alumni base.  This position reports directly to the Dean of the GSSWSR and coordinates with faculty, students, alumni, and external employers.  Areas of focus include career counseling, writing support, CONNECT Program (Required first-year experience program for MSS students), summer fellowship program, and student support services programming.

Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree in social work preferred.  Strong written and oral communication skills.  High proficiency with MS Office Suite, and Learning Management Systems, such as Moodle. Experience in career services and in student and academic support programming.  Ability to build and sustain relationships with students, faculty, staff, and community-based partners.

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Posted: 09/19/2023
Job title: Oncology Social Worker
Organization: Temple University Health System

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $85-$95,000

Brief Description: Located at our Main Campus at Temple University Hospital's Cancer Center, the oncology social worker provides services to cancer survivors, families, and caregivers through clinical practice providing comprehensive psychosocial services and programs through all phases of the cancer experience. Psychosocial support services are to facilitate patient and family adjustment to illness utilizing knowledge of the psychosocial impact of disease on individuals and families as it relates to their age, stage of development, culture, physical and psychosocial competence. Provide individual and group counseling and advocacy services and works collaboratively with the health care team. Must obtain PA Social Worker License within 2 years of hire. Must obtain Oncology Social Work Certification within 4 years of hire.

Masters Degree: Accredited School of Social Work (Required)
2 years experience working as a social worker in an outpatient oncology setting or equivalent if oncology related responsibilities and experience is demonstrated. (Required)
CW-LIC - PA Clinical Social Worker Lic (Required) or SW-LIC - PA Social Worker License (Required)
OSW-C - Oncology Social Worker Cert (Required)

Contact: Marie Widmeier, marie.widmeier@tuhs.temple.edu

Posted: 09/19/2023
Job title: Self-Sufficiency Coach
Organization: ACHIEVEability

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $42-$50,000

Brief description: 

The Self-Sufficiency Coach advocates for and provides holistic support to ACHIEVEability participants, and their families, as they begin their journey towards to self-sufficiency. ACHIEVEability participants are single parents working hard to create a better life for themselves and their families. The Self-Sufficiency Coach is responsible for motivating, encouraging, and equipping ACHIEVEability participants with the skills they need to attain their life goals.

Education is the focus of our approach. Families at ACHIEVEability pursue college while maintaining employment, developing life skills, building credit and assets, and broadening their horizons. We are looking for an organized, hardworking, multi-tasking, outcomes-driven and smart individual with a passion for making a difference, who craves variety and intensity, and who values education and accountability.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provide case management services for a caseload of 28- 35 participants.
  • Help families create goals and map concrete steps for achieving those goals, with a focus on the areas of parenting, finances, and personal development.
  • Help families make and track progress with their plans.
  • Motivate families to remain engaged and compliant with ACHIEVEability’s program requirements.
  • Work well with a diverse team to collaborate on supportive plans.
  • Facilitate and organize workshops, family enrichment activities and group meetings.
  • Maintain complete and accurate records in case files and database.
  • Conducts regular home visits/inspections and assist participants in maintaining home according to agency standards.
  • Develop/maintain links with other professionals in the social service field and complementary programs in the city.
  • Support other ACHIEVEability’s programs as needed.
  • Performs duties in accordance with ACHIEVEability’s values, policies, and procedures

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Posted: 09/14/2023
Job title: Engagement Director
Organization: Wissahickon Trails

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $80-$88,000

Brief description: The Engagement Director is charged with creating and supporting avenues for our organization to listen and respond to public input and for the public to learn about the environment and become increasingly engaged in efforts to protect and restore their local land and waterways. They will provide strategic oversight and management for our community outreach, volunteer, environmental education, community science, and nature programs, ensuring that these efforts are aligned and collectively provide sufficient opportunity for people to continue to deepen their engagement with our mission. The Engagement Director will lead and mentor a team of two full-time and two part-time staff.

The Engagement Director is a member of the organizational leadership team and is expected to be a role model for staff of the integrity, innovation, and joy we can bring to our everyday work. We are seeking someone who is eager to contribute to a culture that values relationships, and whose leadership style prioritizes listening to others and serving the best interests and needs of our internal and external communities. This is a full-time, exempt position reporting to the Executive Director. Some work on weekends and evenings is required.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Provide strategic oversight and management of engagement programs (programs include, but are not limited to volunteer, community outreach, community science, environmental education, and nature programs) ensuring all programs are aligned with our strategic plan, that they are equitable and inclusive, and that they are in compliance with internal policies and state, local, and federal laws
  • Build relationships with community leaders and organizations. Identify and pursue mutually beneficial program partnerships
  • Plan and implement an iterative program improvement process; this will include program evaluations and a process for measuring key outcomes for each of our programs. Report on program outcomes on a regular basis
  • Work with the administrative team to set the annual budget for the department based on a clear and comprehensive understanding of organizational priorities. Oversee the financial activities of the department in collaboration with the Finance Director
  • Manage and support the Engagement team, ensuring that the team has the resources and skills needed to meet department objectives and key results and all other aspects of their work. Provide regular feedback on staff performance and provide support and opportunities for growth
  • Secure funding for engagement programs through full-cycle grant management and by collaborating with the Development team on major donor relationships and helping to identify new donor prospects from among our volunteers and program participants
  • Collaborate with the Conservation team on strategic opportunities to engage people in our conservation work and on public programs and educational opportunities
  • Collaborate with the Communications Specialist on program-related communications
  • Provide support and information to the Board as required. Serve as liaison to appropriate Board committees as requested by the Executive Director
  • Special projects as assigned

Contact: Gail Farmer, hr@wissahickontrails.org

Posted: 09/13/2023
Job title: Social Service Care Manager
Organization: Catholic Housing and Community Services

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $43-$49,000

Brief description: Catholic Housing and Community Services is currently seeking a full-time Social Service Care Manager (40 hours/week) to be based in Manayunk and South Philadelphia. 

Primary responsibilities of this position include:

  • Conduct home visits and follow-up telephone calls to provide assessment, care planning, and supportive services as needed to the senior population, carrying a caseload of approximately 65 clients in the geographic boundaries of two parishes – St. John the Baptist and Epiphany of Our Lord. 
  • Perform assessments to determine strengths and barriers to healthy aging. 
  • Develop a care plan with the client to set goals and identify corresponding interventions and resources.
  • Connect clients to appropriate services that enhance their quality of life.
  • Keep resident files up to date in the social service database including case notes, diagnoses, key contacts, assessments, and care plans.
  • Provide individual and group counseling and supportive services as needed by the clients and parish communities.
  • Perform outreach and advertising to engage potential clients in the program. 
  • Assist with responding to external phone calls for information and resources.
  • Master’s degree from an accredited university in Social Work, Gerontology or related field preferred.
  • Experience working with seniors preferred.
  • Knowledge of the local community, resources, federal and state benefits programs and their eligibility requirements.
  • Must have a current driver’s license, vehicle insurance, reliable transportation and be able to meet the Authorized Driver criteria as required by the Archdiocese Office for Insurance Services.

Agency contact: Caroline Sugden, csugden@chs-adphila.org

Posted: 09/13/2023
Job title: School Social Worker Pottsgrove School District
Organization: Pottsgrove School District

Salary: Placement on the PGEA Salary Schedule based on experience and education. This is a contract position.

Brief description: A vacancy currently exists for a licensed School Social Worker. This position will work closely with the Director of Pupil Services and the secondary administrative team.

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Posted: 09/13/2023
Job Title: Summer Camp Archery Counselor
Organization: Camp Cody

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $400/week

Brief description: The archery instructor will be part of the Individual Activities Team. As the archery counselor, you will bring your expertise in various aspects of the sport to provide a safe range at all times. You will provide instruction on how to safely and efficiently shoot at targets for all levels and abilities. 

What we need from you:

  • Develop and deliver engaging archery programming appropriate for the age and ability for each session.
  • Supervise and support campers to ensure safety, development, growth, and general well-being.
  • Assist in the management and care of the facilities and equipment in the archery program area.
  • Communicate and collaborate with other camp staff members to facilitate positive camper experiences.
  • What skills & experience you’ll bring to us
  • Proven experience in working with children and archery.
  • Adaptability and flexibility in a fast-paced camp environment.
  • Strong communication, interpersonal, and leadership skills.
  • Physical ability to lead activities for 6 to 8 hours per day.
  • Displays an energetic and positive personality.

Contact: Nick Blackburn, nick@campcody.com

August Job Board

Posted: 08/25/2023
Job title: Director of Student Rights and Responsibilities/ Title IX Coordinator

Organization: Juniata College, Huntingdon, PA

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $64,000

Brief description: The Director of Student Rights and Responsibilities and Title IX Coordinator is responsible for: implementing educational outreach and policy responses that address and respond to reports of sexual harassment, interpersonal violence and related instances of sexual misconduct. Further, the Director shapes expectations and policies around student conduct; administers staff and processes which contribute to behavioral accountability and individual and collective responsibility; and affords an educational experience whereby students whose choices jeopardize their good standing with the College are able to make amends, redress harms and restore their status. 

Skills and qualifications: Knowledge and capabilities normally acquired through a master’s degree in management, educational administration, counseling, and/or a related field. At least three to five years of related professional experience sufficient to demonstrate competency and capability with student counseling/advising, student services program design, implementation and evaluation, staff supervision, and budget preparation and management. 

Posted: 08/11/2023
Job title: School-based Student Assistance Program Counselors 

Organization: Aldersgate

Employment type: Full-time and part-time

Salary: $23-$25 per hour

Brief description: Please see linked description. 

Posted: 08/04/2023
Job title: Mental Health Counselor

Organization: Moore College of Art and Design

Employment type: Part-time

Salary: $40 per hour

Brief description: Seeking candidates who have worked collaboratively in fostering the success of underrepresented groups and a supportive and inclusive environment for all. Successful candidates will be committed to Diversity, Equity Inclusion, and Access (DEIA) and integrate this lens into their work. Responsibilities: Counsel students in individual sessions. Facilitate group therapy sessions. Conduct preventative and psycho-educational programming. See linked description for more details. 

Skills and qualifications: This is a part-time position while classes are in session (approximately 30 weeks – 15 in the fall and 15 in the spring. The ideal candidate would be available to meet with students 25 hours per week, Monday – Friday. Requirements: Must be licensed in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as either a psychologist (Ph.D. or Psy.D.), a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC), or a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). A minimum of 2 years of work experience working with college-age students.
• Commitment to providing group counseling (psychoeducational/skills, support, and therapy groups). Experience conducting outreach programming, presentations, training, and/or workshops relevant to college students. Demonstrated ability to interact effectively with persons of diverse backgrounds. See linked description. 

Agency contact: Joshua Wilkin, jwilkin@moore.edu

Posted: 08/04/2023
Job title: Fee for Service Therapist

Organization: Philadelphia Consultation Center

Employment type: Independent contractor - part time to full time hours

Salary: $38 to $52 per hour

Other benefits: Individual and/or group supervision by licensed clinicians; Administrative staff to manage billing, insurance and collection tasks; Autonomy to create your own schedules; Working with a diverse population of clients with a spectrum of presenting problems; Options of working with individuals, couples, families and/or groups; Potential of working with private pay clients; Trainings and workshops offered at Philadelphia School of Psychoanalysis (including CE credits). 

Brief description: Looking to join a group practice where you can work towards acquiring clinical hours and supervision and learn more about psychodynamic therapy? We are looking for LSWs to join our practice to provide quality and long-term therapy to individuals with Medicaid insurance. Philadelphia Consultation Center is a group practice connected with Philadelphia School of Psychoanalysis. You would be responsible for carrying a caseload of clients, ranging from 10-35 individuals depending upon your interest and availability. As a fee for service clinician, you are responsible for all of your client’s care including but not limited to: client communication, scheduling appointments, conducting initial assessments/intakes, treatment planning, writing DAP notes, checking insurance eligibility and making appropriate referrals. 

Skills and qualifications: An active LSW, LCSW, LPC or PsyD license in the state of PA; Interest in and/or experience working from a psychodynamic orientation; Excellent, consistent, and timely clinical documentation; Strong clinical skills; Attention to detail and very strong organization skills; Ability to work both independently and collaboratively; Participation in and completion of all CBH mandatory trainings required; Participation in at least ten (10) hours of documented additional CEs per year require. See linked description for more details. 

Agency contact: April Gagne, she/her, aprilgagne@psptraining.com

Posted: 08/04/2023
Job title: IOP Clinical Therapist

Organization: Harmony Bay Wellness

Employment type: Full-time

Brief description: The IOP Clinical Therapist provides clinical services to the clients of Harmony Bay Wellness Intensive Outpatient Program. Interfaces with the Clinical Supervisor and other program staff in decision-making processes involving clients and communicates outcomes in appropriate clinical forums.

Skills and qualifications: Master’s Degree in mental health related discipline. LSW, LAMFT. 2-4 years’ experience working in mental health service delivery; 1 year experience in facilitating groups. 

Contact: Christinabelknap@abhealthnetwork.com with subject line IOP INTERESTED CANDIDATE

Posted: 08/04/2023
Job title: Chief People and Culture Officer

Organization: Latin American Youth Center/ Maryland, DC area Multicultural Centers

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $130,000-$140,000

Brief description: This newly created leadership role is intended to lead the organization into new and improved ways of working.  Our workforce is the heart of everything we do, so we created this role to focus on three critical priorities: Building people-related processes, systems, and structures to enable the critical work of the LAYC; Leading the way with the senior management team to forge a culture that supports sustainability, resilience and our deep value for diversity, equity & inclusion; Creating and stewarding a leadership framework to ensure that LAYC continually refreshes our capacity to engage our workforce, face into our challenges and achieve our aspirations. 

Skills and qualifications: The ideal candidate for this role will be a seasoned HR leader with significant generalist experience as well as expertise in Talent Management and/or Organizational Effectiveness. This person will have a strong HR generalist background with solid cultural change and coaching skills. We are looking for someone with a strategic mind who is willing to perform day-to-day HR Operations with “rolled up sleeves” and have regular interaction with staff at all levels across the organization. 

July Job Board

Posted: 07/28/2023
Job title: Licensed Therapist (Weekends)

Organization: Everlasting Wellness LLC

Employment type: Part-time

Salary: $36-$52 per hour

Other benefits: Benefits: 401(k), 401(k) matching, Dental insurance, Flexible schedule, Flexible spending account, Health insurance, Health savings account, Life insurance, Paid time off, Professional development assistance, Referral program, Retirement plan, and Vision insurance. 

Brief description: Looking for: Flexible schedule? Fun culture? Empowering women? Amazing and competitive benefits? Look no further! Join Everlasting Wellness LLC! We care about our team. Women clinicians, woman led, and empowering women. We offer flexible scheduling, casual dress code, and can work remotely or hybrid schedule. Free supervision/consulting and a supportive environment. Other opportunities to pursue while doing what you love such as outreach, marketing, social media, trainings, supervision, etc. Feel free to reach out to learn more! Looking for in person licensed therapist(s) at the Sinking Spring and/or Royersford Office.
Full time (30 hours a week) will be offered full benefits. Part time must hold a case load of at least 12 billable hours a week, PTO also given for Part time employees

Skills and qualifications: Must be licensed in Pennsylvania as a Licensed Social Worker (LSW) Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists (LMFT) or Licensed Psychologist (PsyD or PhD).

Agency contact: Amanda Hunter, amanda@everlastingwellnesscounseling.com

Posted: 07/28/2023
Job title: EMDR Therapist

Organization: Everlasting Wellness LLC

Employment type: Full OR Part-time

Salary: $42-$57 per hour

Other benefits: Medical/Dental/Vision, FSA or HSA with employer contribution, 504 plan, matching 401K, Supportive Team and Empowering Work Environment, Bonus/Incentives Offered, Life Insurance, Aflac, and rewarding PTO time.

Schedule: Choose your own hours. Supplemental pay types: Bonus pay. Work Location: Hybrid remote in Limerick, PA 1946. 

Brief description: Everlasting Wellness LLC is hiring EMDR Licensed Therapists who have a passion for Maternal, Reproductive, Trauma, and Women Populations! Royersford Office, Fully Remote and/or Hybrid schedule. 25+ hour billables for Full-time; 12+ hour billables for Part-time. Free EMDR Consult Group offered (does not count towards EMDR Consultation, yet). 

Skills and qualifications: Must be licensed in Pennsylvania as a Licensed Social Worker (LSW) Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists (LMFT) or Licensed Psychologist (PsyD or PhD). 

Agency contact: Amanda Hunter, amanda@everlastingwellnesscounseling.com

Posted: 07/28/2023
Job title: Play Therapist

Organization: Everlasting Wellness LLC

Employment type: Full or Part-time

Salary: $36-$57 per hour

Other benefits: Medical/Dental/Vision, FSA or HSA with employer contribution, 504 plan, matching 401K, Supportive Team and Empowering Work Environment, Bonus/Incentives Offered, Life Insurance, Aflac, and rewarding PTO time.

Brief description: Everlasting Wellness LLC is hiring Child, Play, and/or Family Therapists! Mission Statement: To bring knowledge, support and care to women of all ages, backgrounds and experiences, where women feel comfortable, heard, supported and cared for mentally and physically. A place where all women will be heard no matter how soft their voice is. Royersford Office and/or Hybrid schedule. 25+ hour billables for Full-time. 12+ hour billables for Part-time. Evening and Weekend Availability a PLUS. 

Skills and qualifications: Must have a Masters Degree in Counseling, Social Work, or similar degree and be eligible for licensure. 

Agency contact: Amanda Hunter, amanda@everlastingwellnesscounseling.com

Posted: 07/28/2023
Job title: Church Engagement Specialist

Organization: Bridge of Hope Chester County

Employment type: Part-time

Salary: TBD

Brief description: Responsible for developing and implementing a church engagement plan that grows the number of Christian faith communities that provide groups of Neighboring Volunteers, volunteer support, and financial support for Bridge of Hope. This director has primary responsibility for the following program outcomes in Chester: Launching Neighborhoods of Support within 60 days of a families accepting services. Hours: 20 hours/week; flexible schedule, must be available some evenings and weekends. Will include a set work schedule for at least 15 hr/wk each week, including Wednesdays.

Skills and qualifications: Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in related field. Strong knowledge of churches in the region and ecumenical work across Christian faith communities. Strong interpersonal skills. Strong communication skills, written and oral. A passion for and a commitment to the mission of Bridge of Hope: To engage Christian faith communities in ending family homelessness through neighboring relationships that demonstrate Christ’s love. Ability to build positive relationships with churches and other Christian faith communities on behalf of Bridge of Hope, fostering their excitement and engagement in the mission of Bridge of Hope, from financial support to Neighboring Volunteer engagement and one-time opportunities. Please see linked job description for additional details. 

Agency contact: Wendy Hoke Witmer, she/her/hers, wendyhw@bridgeofhopeinc.org

Posted: 07/21/2023
Job title: Counselor

Organization: Victim Services Center of Montgomery County

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $40,000-$41,000

Other benefits: Health, dental, 401k, 12.5 vacation days per year, 12 sick days per year, 11 holidays per year. 

Brief description: The Counselor/Advocate, who reports to the Direct Services Supervisor for assignment of cases, tasks, case consultations, case management and ongoing supervision is responsible for providing counseling including advocacy and accompaniment for protection from sexual violence and intimidation orders to victims of sexual assault and other crimes. These services may be provided in community based locations as needed and assigned, including services to the underserved populations. This position will require both in person and remote working.

Responsibilities: Counseling, advocacy, community outreach and support group facilitation as assigned. Rotation on crisis hotline in office and weekly on-call hotline rotation, in-person hospital and police accompaniment for sexual assault victims, record keeping in accordance with ETO and other agency data collection and reporting requirements, intake monthly reports and client number assignment. 

Skills and qualifications: Qualifications: Master’s Degree (required) in Psychology, Social Work, Counseling, or related field, License preferred. Completion of VSC 65+ hour Sexual Assault Counselor/Victim Advocate training. Criminal Record, Child Abuse History and FBI Clearance background checks required. Valid driver’s license, vehicle and valid automobile insurance required. All employees are At-Will employees. EOE. 

Agency contact: Erin Milbourne, she/her, erin-milbourne@vscmontcopa.org

Posted: 07/21/2023
Job title: Analyst Trainee (multiple)

Organization: State of New Jersey Department of Human Services, Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $46,431-$48,531

Brief description: Under the direction of a supervisor in a State department or agency, as a trainee and productive worker, receives on the job training in analytic practices/procedures and application and research and preparation of reports, completes assignments which will provide practical analyst experience and/or learns to review and analyze financial reports; does other related work.

Skills and qualifications: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's degree. Strong SAS programming skills (SAS certification desirable). Advanced statistical analysis experience preferred. Excellent writing skills. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint preferred.

Posted: 07/14/2023
Title: NASW-NYC Virtual Job Fair

Organization: NASW-NYC

Brief description: NASW-NYC Virtual Job Fair on Wednesday, July 19 from 10-3 pm. Click here for more information and to register.  

Agency contact: cares.naswnyc@socialworkers.org

Posted: 07/14/2023
Job title: Financial Stability Coach

Organization: Women's Resource Center

Employment type: Part-time

Salary: $22 per hour

Other benefits: Flexible work schedule 

Brief description: The Financial Stability Coach is a part-time position that will provide one-on-one social work services aligned with the co-active coaching model. They are required to assist clients in identifying goals related to financial stability, connecting clients with relevant resources and helping them navigate those resources, supporting goal progression, and holding clients accountable to their
goals. See linked description for more details. 

Skills and qualifications: The Financial Stability Coach is required to maintain all ethical and legal responsibilities of professional coach or professional social worker, including confidentiality, and aligned with the NASW Code of Ethics and the International Coaching Federation. 3 years’ experience providing case management in a social service or related organization preferred.1-2 years’ experience providing formal or informal coaching preferred. Familiarity with local resources, including public and social agencies and knowledge of how agencies operate. 

Agency contact: Karen Chonofsky, she/her, karen@womensrc.org

Posted: 07/14/2023
Job title: Counselors

Organization: Lakeside

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). Compassionate and caring of students and families. Work as a member of an interdisciplinary team. Excellent interpersonal skills with students, families, colleagues, and community resources. 

Agency contact: Don MacNeill, donaldm@lakeside.net

Posted: 07/07/2023
Job title: School Counselor

Organization: Lakeside

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $40,000-$50,000

Other benefits: Dental insurance; Flexible spending account; Health insurance; Health savings account; Life insurance; Paid time off; Retirement plan; Vision insurance. 

Brief description: 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). Compassionate and caring of students and families. Work as a member of an interdisciplinary team. Excellent interpersonal skills with students, families, colleagues, and community resources. Empathetic and supportive with mentorship and leadership skills. Comfortable in a fast-paced environment with multiple students and expectations. Self-directed, self-motivated and able to work independently. Excellent time management skills; organized and able to prioritize. Able to organize and manage files, schedules, dates, and information.

Agency contact: Donald MacNeill, he/him, donaldm@lakeside.net

June Job Board

Posted: 06/30/2023
Job title: DV Counselor/ Advocate

Organization: Lutheran Settlement House

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $38,000

Other benefits: healthcare, supervision toward licensure

Brief description: Provides individual counseling, case management, advocacy, and referral services to domestic violence victims
and their families. Provides quality client services and maintains client record accurately in accordance with agency standards. Facilitates or co-facilitates group counseling for domestic violence victims and their families, remotely, onsite and in community settings. Advocates with institutions, agencies, or government systems on behalf of domestic violence victims and their
families. Provides scheduled hotline coverage and walk-in crisis counseling support to survivors. Participates in team/staff meetings, in-service and volunteer trainings, and other team activities. Meets regularly with supervisor to review program activity, services issues, and support needed.

Skills and qualifications: An Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in the field of human services, social work, or related field is preferred but not required. One year of relevant supervised quality experience may be substituted for each year of education. The individual is expected to demonstrate understanding of the dynamics of domestic violence, knowledge of community resources, and sensitivity to the needs of domestic violence victims and their families. In addition,
the individual is expected to present good-listening skills; demonstrate effective problem solving skills; be able to work with a diverse group of individuals; and be able to work flexible and evening hours. Completion of a state mandated 40-hour domestic violence training and 5 hours of double staffing is required; can be completed upon hiring. 

Agency contact: Camille Stoudt, she/her, cstoudt@lshphilly.org

Posted: 06/30/2023
Job title: Children's Therapist

Organization: Lutheran Settlement House

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $45,000 per year

Other benefits: Healthcare, supervision toward licensure

Brief description: Therapist would work in the Bilingual Domestic Violence Program providing tf-cbt and other evidenced based practes to youth ages 3-18 who have witnessed domestic violence.

Skills and qualifications: Qualifications: Master’s level social work degree with license or license pending. Experience working with children or youth. Expected to demonstrate understanding of the dynamics of domestic violence, knowledge of community resources, and sensitivity to the needs of domestic violence victims and their families. Completion of a state mandated 40-hour domestic violence training and 5 hours of double staffing is required; can be completed upon hiring. Ability to work as a member of a team, flexible, open-minded. Strong organizational skills and basic computer skills. Ability to work with people from a wide variety of ethnic, racial, socio-economic, and religious backgrounds. Familiarity with Philadelphia agencies/resources. Candidates who are Bilingual Spanish/English are highly preferred. Bilingual in other languages is a plus. We value diversity and aim to have our staff diversity mirror our client population. We strongly encourage BIPOC applicants and other diverse backgrounds to apply. 

Agency contact: Camille Stoudt, she/her, cstoudt@lshphilly.org

Posted: 06/30/2023
Job title: CBT Therapist

Organization: Center for Anxiety, OCD, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: $85-$100/hour

Other benefits: Option to work either part time or full time. Competitive compensation. Additional performance incentives. Opportunities for growth over time. Support in the application of anxiety-related disorders and in cognitive and behavioral therapies (including CT-SAD, Panic Control Treatment, ERP, ComB/HRT, PE, CPT, DBT, ACT, and various other CBT protocols) from excellent team, including board-certified specialist. Potential guidance/mentorship for CBT certification by Academy of Cognitive and Behavioral Therapies (A-CBT) or American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP).

Brief description: The CBT therapist will work, either part-time or full-time, as part of a small but growing team of talented, caring providers and will provide cognitive-behavioral, exposure-based, and other evidence-based therapies for anxiety, obsessive-compulsive and related disorders, along with commonly co-occurring problems. Specifically, they will have the chance to work with many adults and teens with OCD, social and performance anxieties, panic, generalized anxiety, trichotillomania, excoriation disorder, phobias, and PTSD. In addition, they will have the opportunity to treat commonly co-occuring problems (such as depression, insomnia, ADHD, and borderline personality disorder) using CBT and other empirically-supported cognitive and behavioral therapies. There may also be opportunities to run anxiety-related groups.

This job is designed as a hybrid position, and offers options for flexible combinations of remote and in-person work depending on candidate availability and preferences. In particular, the therapist will provide services remotely as many days as desired, and in the Philadelphia office one or two days a week, depending on preference. An option for a fully remote position may also be considered for exceptional candidates. The therapist will enjoy scheduling flexibility. They will be available to see at least 16 patient hours per week once caseload is built but will have the option to see more patient-hours if desired, and will be asked to work either two evenings per week OR one weekend day as part of their schedule. They will also be able to attend supportive, collegial team meetings. 

Skills and qualifications: Diligence, agreeableness, flexibility, and good teamwork skills. Licensed as Psychologist, LCSW, LPC, or LMFT in Pennsylvania. Candidates who are very close to obtaining a license (e.g., have taken exams or are preparing to take exams soon) will be considered for a job, which would begin upon obtaining a license. Out-of-state licensees applying for PA license while working under temporary permit will be considered as well. If candidate is a psychologist, PsyPACT passport (allowing therapist to work with patients from NJ, DE, and other states) or willingness to apply for one in near future. Strong training in and an enthusiasm for cognitive-behavioral and exposure-based therapies. See linked description for more details. 

Agency contact: Daniel Chazin, he/him, doctorchazin@gmail.com

Posted: 06/30/2023
Job title: Mental Health and Addictions Therapists (multiple)

Organization: Northeast Treatment Centers

Employment type: Full-time

Salary: TBD

Other benefits: NET offers a full benefits package including medical, dental, vision and life benefits, PTO, and much more!

Brief description: Seeking therapists and addictions counselors to serve as part of a dynamic integrated care team! Participates in Intake Evaluation, Individual, Family, Collateral, and Group Therapy sessions. Attends Case Conferences and Supervision sessions. Documents sessions using the Electronic Health Record, Credible. Maintains and updates client demographic information in client chart. Evaluates clients progress regularly. Creates/updates Treatment Plans in collaboration with client & clients family. Maintains and keeps current all required consent forms.

Skills and qualifications: Masters Degree in Family Therapy, Counseling, Psychology or in a related field required. Must demonstrate a genuine fondness and respect for children, adolescents, adults and families. Must be able to effectively communicate with other team members and work as part of an integrated care team. 

Agency contact: Whit Wilson, he/him/his, whit.wilson@net-centers.org

Posted: 06/16/2023
Job title: Project Manager

Organization: Mural Arts Philadelphia

Salary: $50,000

Brief description: Mural Arts Philadelphia is seeking a Project Manager to support the work of its nationally recognized Restorative Justice Program. This position will be responsible for project development and implementation in the Restorative Justice (RJ) Program with guidance from the Director. See linked description for more details. 

Skills and qualifications: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent preferred. PM experience required. Minimum 2 years- experience managing programs and/or projects. Capacity to develop, nurture, and advance people and partnerships. Strong written and verbal communication and presentation skills.

Agency contact: Submit an application by emailing your cover letter and resume to Damon McWhite damon.mcwhite@muralarts.org

Posted: 06/16/2023
Job title: Executive Director

Organization: Horizons at Episcopal Academy

Employment type: Full-time

Salary estimates: $85,000-$100,000

Other benefits: Medical/Dental/Vision/Retirement/Life
Insurance/Short- and Long-Term Disability

Brief description: The Executive Director oversees all program activities and operations, including ensuring quality programming; hiring and supervising staff and volunteers; budget planning and fiscal management and broadening HEA's base of support through fundraising and marketing initiatives. This role also serves as the face of HEA, working to build external-facing relationships to increase awareness of the program, expand partnerships, and position HEA as a thought leader in the out-of-school time space.

HEA offers a strong community of support from committed families, and a collaborative Board in partnership with host school members, local community stakeholders and partner school representatives. As part of a national network, HEA's Executive Director has access to professional development opportunities, peer-to-peer learning and collaboration, and
programmatic and strategic guidance from Horizons National, the hub of the Horizons Network.

Skills and qualifications: Demonstrated success in leadership roles in a nonprofit setting, preferably in an organization with a focus on education, children, youth, or families; 5+ years of experience in non-profit and/or program administration, including operations,
budgeting, and staff management; Fundraising experience, including donor relations, events, and other activities; Strong interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to build and sustain positive and respectful relationships, with a sense of cultural competency and experience with working with a diverse range of stakeholders. See linked job description for more details. 

Agency contact: Cindy Nichols, cnichols@episcopalacademy.org

Posted: 06/16/2023
Job title: Clinical Supervisor

Organization: AMHA, Inc. 

Employment type: Full-time

Salary estimates: $60,000-$65,000

Benefits: Medical, dental, vision, and prescription benefits; Life insurance; Short term disability; Paid vacation and sick time; Staff development/training opportunities. 

Brief description: Includes clinical supervision, monitoring productivity and paperwork completion, resolving patient complaints/appeals, participating in Quality Assurance/Performance Improvement Committee activities, and working with the management team on programming and compliance issues. Maintaining a small caseload is also required. This position reports directly to the Clinical Program Manager. 

Skills and qualifications: The minimum qualifications include a Master’s Degree from an accredited college or university with a major in social work, psychology, or any other behavioral health or human services concentration; License preferred (Pennsylvania LPC, LCSW or LMFT) but will consider candidates able to obtain licensure within one year of appointment to the position; a minimum of 3 years behavioral health experience required; a minimum of 1 year of supervisory experience preferred. Knowledge of, and support for, medication-assisted treatment required. 

Agency contact: Lina Peterson, LPeterson@amhainc.org

Posted: 06/09/2023
Job title: Senior Director of Health and Wellness

Organization: Sisters of Mercy of the Americas

Employment type: Full-time, hybrid (multiple office locations)

Salary estimates: $200,000-$220,000

Brief description: The Senior Director of Health & Wellness is a newly created role designed to plan, develop, and implement a common vision and strategy of health and wellness necessary to assist and support all Sisters of Mercy within the United States. Reporting to the Regional Chief Operating Officer (RCOO) and under the guidance of the Institute Leadership Team (ILT), the new Senior Director will provide oversight, management, guidance, collaboration, and facilitation for all areas of health and wellness. This role will provide direct supervision to Regional Health & Wellness Directors, creating and maintaining a health and wellness culture and developing policies and procedures that ensure quality and fairness across the Institute. The Senior Director will develop, implement, evaluate, and update the strategic plan for the overall health and wellness for the Sisters of Mercy in the US while managing all aspects of the Institute Health & Wellness care centers and budgeted resources.

Skills and qualifications: Qualified candidates will have a minimum of 10 years of progressively responsible leadership experience within complex organizations in nursing, social work, gerontology, healthcare administration, or related field. The successful candidate must have the ability to identify and succinctly define problems, collect pertinent data, determine relevant analyses, and draw valid conclusions. Candidates will share a commitment to the mission and values of the Sisters of Mercy and an appreciation of the traditions and culture associated with the Mercy charism. Must have strong management skills, marked by a collaborative leadership style, a desire to innovate, and the ability to develop and mentor a staff. Master’s degree in nursing, social work, or healthcare administration required. Solid computer skills are necessary including proficiency of Microsoft Office. Must be willing and able to travel throughout the United States.

Agency contact: Cathy McGeever, Lambert & Associates, cfmcgeever@lambertassoc.com

Posted: 06/09/2023
Job title: Outpatient Program Director

Organization: Merakey

Employment type: Full-time

Brief description: Create, direct, and implement the policies and procedures for the outpatient services function. Ensure a high level of quality care and services for individuals by coordinating and communicating operational procedures to staff and various departments. Monitor, evaluate, and modifies programs while adhering to company guidelines and standards. Create functional strategies and specific objectives for the program and develops budgets/policies/procedures to support the functional infrastructure. Demonstrate knowledge and experience of the Outpatient Services and solid knowledge of the overall process of a Mental Health Outpatient Clinic.

Skills and qualifications: Work onsite 4 days a week, offsite 1 day; Master's Degree in social work, psychology or another human services, related field; license or license eligible is strongly preferred. This person shall be a qualified mental health professional with at least 2 years of program supervisory experience. One-year clinical internship in the human services field.

Agency contact: Kimberly Malayter, LCSW, she/her/hers, Kimberly.Malayter@merakey.org

Posted: 06/02/2023
Job title: Primary Therapist

Organization: Victory Bay Recovery Center

Employment type: Full-time

Salary estimates: Intern (unlicensed) $65k; Associate License (LSW, LAC, CADC) $70K; Fully Licensed (LPC, LCSW, LCADC) $80k

Other benefits: Competitive salary (see below), Immediate benefits (100% paid for), $1500 CEU per year, Supervision for LCSW hours included. 

Brief description: Responsibilities include providing clinical services to the clients of Victory Bay Recovery Center struggling with development of coping skills and emotional regulation. Therapist will be responsible for a caseload of minimum of 14 clients and facilitation of 4 groups on a weekly basis. Therapist is expected to meet with clients on caseload on a weekly basis. Therapists expected to make biweekly contact with family or support member. 

Skills and qualifications: Current CPR Certification; Narcan Certified. 

Agency contact: Christina Belknap, christina.belknap@abhealthnetwork.com