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UESF – Veterans Housing Case Manager
UESF is a 34 year-old Philadelphia based nonprofit organization whose mission is to stabilize housing for families facing a housing crisis by addressing their immediate needs and removing the barriers to long-term stability.(www.uesfacts.org)
The Case Manager within the Veterans Housing Program will guide low income veteran families through the housing stability process, connecting them to resources and providing direct assistance as needed, with the goal of stabilizing housing for veteran families who are literally homeless and those who are in danger of losing their homes.
Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience required, experience with nonprofit organizations serving low-income families preferred. Additional requirements include excellent administrative and organizational skills, familiarity with database management, proven relationship building capacity and ability to relate to diverse populations, as well as strong oral and written communications skills.
Interested candidates should forward a current resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Program Officer - Sustainable Communities Initiative (Philadelphia, PA)
Project TEACH Program Director (Philadelphia, PA)
Philadelphia FIGHT is an AIDS Service Organization that recently became a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC). Our goal is to end the AIDS epidemic within the lifetime of people living with HIV now. This position is in FIGHT’s Education Department, which offers a wide range of educational, psychosocial, and risk-reduction programming for youth and adults living with HIV and those at high risk. The Project TEACH Program Director is responsible for overseeing the implementation of Philadelphia FIGHT’s signature education program for people living with HIV, Project TEACH, and its ancillary programs, the TEACH Alumni group, Peer Education, and a Peer Mentoring program.
Social Worker (Coatesville, PA)
Options Case Manager (Jamison, PA)
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bucks County is the county’s leading mentoring agency and the fourth largest in the state. The Options Program is a unique program of BBBSBC designed to provide mentoring, case management, and counseling to youth referred from Juvenile Probation, Youth Aid Panels and Children and Youth. Meetings with youth occur on a weekly or biweekly basis at designated school and community sites. The Options Case Manager will work with up to 18 youth at a time in need of guidance and a positive male role model. Program youth range from ages 7-17
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Medical Case Manager (Chester, PA)
Must have a valid driver's license and a vehicle. Provide the full range of case management services to HIV positive clients assigned to caseload of approximately 40-45 clients. Accompany clients to at least 2 medical appointments per year. Function as a part of the Direct Services team to ensure high quality services are provided to clients. This position is located in Chester, PA and outstationed 2+ days/week at the AIDS Care Group. Weekly meetings are held at ActionAIDS’ main office in Center City, Philadelphia. For more information and to apply, please copy and paste the link below.
North City Congress
In-Home Support Program (IHSP) Case Manager – Established agency in north central Philadelphia seeks a full-time Case Manager for In-Home Support Program. IHSP provides support and services to homebound older adults in North Philadelphia. Successful candidate must have strong assessment, organization, communication, problem solving, and computer skills. Bachelor Degree in Social Work or related field required. Knowledge of aging service resources and experience working with older adults a plus. Car required. Salary: $27,431 with benefits. To apply for position please email resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
The Department of Family Medicine and Community Health at the University of Pennsylvania is looking for a graduate or post-baccalaureate student to serve as a part-time research assistant on a cancer screening project. The project objective is to increase colorectal cancer (CRC) screening rates through the use of mailed, home-based FIT (fecal immunochemical test) kits, specifically for patients with limited access or infrequent clinic visits. Flexible hours and hourly compensation are available. Existing and current Philadelphia VA Medical Center Work Without Compensation (WOC) appointment is strongly preferred but not required.
Applications will be accepted through April 30, 2015
ActionAIDS Bilingual-Spanish Family HIV Medical Case Manager
Provide the full range of case management services to assigned case load of approximately 35 HIV positive clients, including some families, in clinical and/or office settings. Function as a part of the Direct Services team to ensure high quality services are provided to clients.Click here for more information
North City Congress Senior Center Director
North City Congress, an established agency in north central Philadelphia is seeking a full-time Senior Center Director for their North Broad Street Senior Center. Successful candidate will possess: Minimum 3 years supervisory and management experience, Enjoys working in teams and is committed to fostering collaborative and team-oriented approach; Excellent writing, verbal communication and people skills; Strong computer and social media skills; Program planning, evaluation and reporting experience; Budget development and financial reporting knowledge and ability; Creativity, visioning and great sense of humor; Experience with public speaking, fundraising and marketing programs; Able to work efficiently and effectively in a fast paced work environment; Experience working with older adults in a similar setting a plus. Bachelor or Master's degree in social work, teaching, or related field. Salary range $37,000 - $40,000 including benefit package. For immediate consideration, email resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Neighborhood Bike Works (NBW) is hiring for two part-time positions. Please help us spread the word to anyone who might be interested.
Development Associate - This Part-Time position will support Neighborhood Bike Works' fundraising efforts during a period of organizational growth and transition. Neighborhood Bike Works is planning a major relocation to a new site. To accomplish this, we need additional assistance with our fundraising activities until the end of 2015. The Development Associate will support fundraising in a number of areas, including foundation grants, individual donor efforts, and special events.
Outreach Coordinator - The Outreach Coordinator is primarily responsible for volunteer coordination and training to support NBW's programs, and coordination of community outreach events. In addition, the position supports NBW's youth program staff by assisting with recruitment efforts to fill our youth programs. This multifaceted position has the goal of increasing NBW's visibility in Philadelphia by fostering a committed volunteer base and ensuring our participation in community events.
Full descriptions and application details can be found here:
JFK Behavioral Health Center seeks an individual to provide therapeutic services in an Outpatient/Intensive Outpatient Unit. Interested candidates must have a commitment to client centered treatment with an emphasis on services that are goal directed, measurable, and achievable.
Senior Center Social Worker Supervisor: Director of Senior Center Status: The Lutheran Settlement House Senior Center is unique in that it focuses on intergenerational programming, sharing its common space with our teen after-school program. Under the supervision of the Senior Center Director, the Senior Center Social Worker is responsible for providing counseling, information and referral services to the senior citizens at the center. Responsibilities also include data reporting, contract compliance, developing and implementing a recruitment program that supports senior center capacity, and assisting in the facilitation and development of therapeutic and recreational activities for seniors.
Medical Case Manager (Bilingual-French)
Provide the full range of case management services to HIV positive clients assigned to caseload of approximately 40 clients. Function as a part of the Direct Services team to ensure high quality services are provided to clients. This position is located in West Philadelphia and outstationed 1+ days/week at Health Center #3. Weekly meetings are held at ActionAIDS’ main office in Center City. For more information and to apply, please copy and paste the link below:
Hospice & Community Care Social Worker Inpatient Unit, PRN, Day Shift, Mount Joy Home Hospice, FT, Day Shift, York
Collaborates with the team to provide interventions, education, counseling and support services to patients and caregivers. MSW and 2 years' experience in health care required. LSW/LCSW preferred. Must be able to complete 6 - 8 weeks of FT orientation. Please apply online www.hospicecommunity.org
Bereavement Counselor Pathways Center for Grief & Loss FT, Day Shift, Mount Joy
Provides bereavement care services and manages designated programs . Master's degree required in counseling or social work with strong clinical skills. Please apply online www.hospicecommunity.org
Therapeutic Support Professionals/Behavioral Health Workers, Mental Health Workers, and Mental Health Professionals. Special People in the Northeast (SPIN) is a designated Philadelphia Autism Center for Excellence (PACE) making a difference in the lives of children every day. Seeking Psychology or Human Services graduates to join their growing team. For more information on these career opportunities, please refer to the website at www.spininc.org, or contact Debbie Catalano at email@example.com, or call 215-612-7125.
Therapy Center Of Philadelphia seeks a full-time post-doctoral resident to join its dynamic staff for the 2015-2016 year.
We offer opportunities for the successful candidate to enhance skills in conducting psychotherapy, supervision, and assessment, while learning how to incorporate a feminist approach into clinical work. The post-doc will receive two hours of individual supervision per week and participate in group supervision and staff meetings, as well as other activities of interest (e.g., evaluation of therapy outcomes, facilitation of groups and workshops, participation in outreach efforts). Compensation includes a stipend of $30,000 for the year with 10 paid days off (for sick time, holidays, or vacation). We are particularly interested in therapists of color, bilingual therapists, and transgender therapists. Applicants should email a letter of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration. No calls, please.
Cancer Support Community Greater Philadelphia is looking for candidates with a master’s degree in a related mental health field (social work, counseling, psychology, etc.) and who is currently licensed (LSW, LMFT, LPC, etc.) to provide support groups, education and networking groups at one of our hospital satellites in Philadelphia for cancer patients and their families. This is a part-time position. Bilingual candidates preferred. Please contact Nicole DeCicco, MSW, LSW.
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Join the Field Center for Children’s Policy, Practice & Research to create system-level change and make a true difference in the lives of victims of child abuse and neglect. Work with some of the nation’s leaders in the field at the University of Pennsylvania as part of this renowned collaboration of Penn’s Schools of Social Policy & Practice, Law, Medicine and Nursing, and the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Visit the Field Center’s website at www.fieldcenteratpenn.org
The Field Center is seeking an experienced child welfare professional to join its interdisciplinary team as Program Manager. The Program Manager supports the center’s policy, research and practice initiatives to bring critical change to the child welfare system through coordinating and contributing to Field Center projects and initiatives, managing the center’s Multidisciplinary Student Training Institute including supervision of MSW macro interns and students from other disciplines, serving as staff liaison to the center’s Young Professionals Council, and contributing to the center’s written work product. The Program Manager serves as the primary contact for the Field Center in the absence of the Executive Director. An MSW degree is required for this position along with a minimum of 3 to 5 years’ post MSW experience.
A background and commitment to the child welfare field is required. Supervisory experience is preferred. Ability to collaborate and work well in a team environment desired. The ideal candidate will have knowledge of and interest in child welfare policy and advocacy. Interested candidates must apply through the University of Pennsylvania’s website. For more information or to apply, click on the following link: https://jobs.hr.upenn.edu/
Director of Clinical Services
Maternity Care Coalition (MCC), a dynamic nonprofit, works to improve maternal and child health and wellbeing through the collaborative efforts of individuals, families, providers and communities.
MCC is seeking a Director of Clinical Services to provide clinical oversight and staff support to MCC’s MOMobile and EHS programs. The Director of Clinical Services will provide clinical consultations, crisis prevention and intervention, conducts assessments/screenings and works as part of a team to promote the psychological, social and emotional wellbeing of children and families enrolled in home visiting and early childhood education programs.
Qualified candidates will have strong assessment and interviewing skills, knowledge of trauma informed care and experience in maternal and child health; minimum 3 years’ experience providing clinical supervision and/or working in an early childhood education setting. Valid driver’s license and Master’s Degree in social work, psychology or related field required. Licensure in field of expertise also required.
Visit our website for more information: www.maternitycarecoalition.org
Position is at Thomas Jefferson University - IOP Counselor
Provide individual psychotherapy services to a caseload of 15-18 opioid dependent pregnant and parenting women; Engage clients through psycho-educational groups (6 hours a week); Complete case conferences, treatment plans, DAP notes; ensure that individual charts reflect client goals and progress; Respond to high level of client needs, promote development of new coping skills in intervention for client crises
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Center for Counseling and Education, LLC is expanding. We are hiring therapists for our Medford, NJ location. Join a thriving private practice providing state-of-the art therapy services to all ages. Opportunity to develop your niche as well as become trained in several specialty areas such as Play Therapy, EMDR, attachment, trauma, anxiety and OCD treatment. Seeking energetic team player with excellent communication skills and motivation to grow. Experience with children is a plus. Beautiful offices, group room and fully equipped playrooms. Licensed LPCs, LCSWs or Psychologists preferred but will consider supervising an exceptional LAC or LSW.
Contact Meg Clark Soriano, LPC, ACS, RPT-S Approved EMDRIA Consultant email@example.com 609-923-2032
Program Manager for the newly funded Mobilizing Action for Resilient Communities (MARC) Project. We are seeking a talented and experienced individual who can be part of the team at HFP that will be responsible for creating the vision for, as well as, implementing this high-profile, national project. Ideal candidates will have expertise in the areas of violence prevention, resiliency, trauma and trauma-informed practice as well as a proven track record of effectively managing complex projects and demonstrated leadership skills. Grant-making, foundation and public health policy analysis experience are a plus. Please share this information with anyone you think might be interested in and qualified for this role.
The Center for Grieving Children Office Intern (Paid)
3300 Henry Avenue Suite 110 Philadelphia, PA 19129
Social Work p.r.n. (Several Positions Available, click here for listing) is a professional company specializing in providing our clients with qualified and experienced social workers on a temporary, temp to hire or direct hire basis. We work exclusively with bachelor and master level social workers who have graduated from accredited schools of social work. Our success has come from our understanding of the field of social work.
Executive Director, National Association of Social Workers - Pennsylvania Chapter
Easter Seals of Southeastern Pennsylvania POSITION: Social Worker DIVISION: Bucks Division