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Site Coordinator at Communities in Schools of Philadelphia
The Site Coordinator position is a school-based position under the direct supervision of the principal in the assigned school site. In addition, the Site Coordinator reports directly to the Assistant Director for ELECT and under the general supervision of the Senior Director for ELECT/Social Service Division of Communities In Schools of Philadelphia, Inc. The purpose of the Site Coordinator position is to support the students that are pregnant and parenting and serves as a team member for the overall ELECT division.
- Developing an individualized academic success plan and implementing the case management process for each participant.
- Facilitating and monitoring the success of each student evaluating all students’ credits, rosters and obtaining needed services to help students meet academic goals.
- Conducting intake interviews
- Working closely with teachers, roster office, counselors, families, higher level institutions to achieve program goals for students.
- Developing plans to accumulate needed credits for graduation.
- Organizing the flexible education program, independent study and Saturday schools credits.
- Accessing homebound instruction services.
- Completing monthly reports for PA Department of Welfare and Education presenters (topics include: health and nutrition, family planning, parenting skills, substance prevention, violence prevention, preparing children for school, job skills, vocational and college information).
- Assisting in summer and post-high school job/educational placements
- Reviewing outcome of home visits with School-Community Coordinator on a weekly groups
- Other duties as assigned
- Completion of a BSW from an accredited college
- Two to three years' work experience in social service and academic support for student-based population (high school)
MST Therapist at Hempfield Behavioral Health
Are you looking for a fulfilling career where you can improve the lives of youth and their families? Hempfield is looking for the right individual to assess, treat, and collaborate with families, youth, and community agency staff for the community-based treatment model, Multisystemic Therapy. This evidence-based program positively re-directs youth involved in criminal activity. This individual will join a dynamic MST team at HBH and receive support through weekly supervision and consultation. Hempfield is committed to helping people change in ways that can lead to greater personal happiness, competence and satisfaction. We apply effective, research-supported treatments in natural settings. We partner with our clients, their families and communities to analyze problems, design and implement change strategies and develop mechanisms that encourage continued growth after our involvement.
Master's or Bachelor's degree in social services or related field required, plus two years of work experience in social work or clinical treatment. Visit Indeed for the full job posting and to apply.
Director of the Critical Path Learning Center at Philadelphia FIGHT
The Director of the Critical Path Learning Center is a management position responsible for setting the culture and leadership of the space including overseeing the Learning Center Commons operations, hospitality services, adult education programs and digital literacy programs of Philadelphia FIGHT. The Director of the Critical Path Learning Center represents Philadelphia FIGHT both on site and in the community, in a courteous, efficient manner that reflects the high level of integrity and customer service mandated by Philadelphia FIGHT.
Bachelor's degree required. Master's degree in Education, Library Science, Instructional Design, Public Health, Social Work or related field is preferred. Minimum 5 years of experience designing and running adult education and/or digital literacy programs and events; minimum 5 years working with vulnerable and marginalized populations; and minimum 3 years managing staff desired.
For the full position description and to apply, visit https://fight.org/about/careers.
Research Assistant at IMPaCT
We are looking for an organized, intellectually curious, and driven individual with great interpersonal skills to serve as an IMPaCT Research Assistant. The Research Assistant will report to the Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) and assist the CRC in providing strategic support for multiple Community Health Worker (CHW) care teams embedded within both inpatient and outpatient settings. Responsibilities include identifying and enrolling patients eligible for the IMPaCT intervention, quality improvement and ongoing research study support, and data collection and reporting support.
High School degree and three to five years of experience or equivalent required; BA/BS preferred. Click here for the full job description and to apply. Please submit a resume and cover letter with your application to the attention of Ms. Molly Knowles.
Housing Stability Coach at Carson Valley Children's Aid
The Housing Stability Coach provides direct supportive and case management services to Montgomery County families and individuals in the greater Norristown area. Services will focus on stabilizing housing crisis and maintaining housing stability by providing access to subsidies, services and community supports. The program is funded by the Montgomery County Department of Housing and Community Development.
Bachelor’s degree in Social Work with at least 2 years’ experience or Bachelor’s Degree in related field with at least 3 years’ experience in shelter, transitional or supportive housing or Master’s Degree in Social Work or related field required.
Graduate Internship at Foundations Community Partnership
This is a paid, 12-13 week, full-time service-learning opportunity beginning in mid-May 2019 and ending in early August 2018, for a graduate student in Social Work, who has completed one year of graduate school.
Service will include providing supervision for college students in a variety of human-service host agencies working with children, youth and families. Other activities include: assisting in administration of the Summer Youth Corps, providing some direct care, participating in individual and group supervision with a licensed psychologist and in workshops relating to human services, as well as supporting other activities of the foundation.
Please visit our website at www.fcpartnership.org for more information and to view a video of a previous FCP Summer Youth Corps program. If interested, please contact Caroline O’Connell Sinton at 267-247-5584 or email@example.com.
Field Education Specialist at Temple's School of Social Work
The Field Education Specialist is responsible for the overall coordination and administration of field components of the Social Work curriculum. This includes, but is not limited to, the interpretation of program policies, development of field sites, selection and supervision of Field Instructors, providing for the availability of student field supports and supervision, and field web-based program design and management. The Field Education Specialist will work with School leadership to identify, source and in some cases jointly develop content for simulation, web-based, and virtual reality mediated content to reinforce skills learning for students in field placements.
In addition, the Field Education Specialist monitors agencies and field instructors via a web-based field program; serves as liaison between field agencies and the School; evaluates and develops agencies for use as field placement sites; reviews student placements; assists Field Liaisons and Field Instructors in integrating classroom material with placement learning activities; develops and monitors course via web-based classroom platform; assists in developing and leading field instructor trainings; provides on-going direction and support for field agency staff; participates in the development of fieldwork curricula and curricular materials and in other department activities at the BSW and MSW levels; attends and participates in faculty meetings and school committees; and collaborates with other schools of social work.
Master’s degree from an accredited CWSE School of Social Work, a minimum of two years post-MSW professional experience and experience as a field instructor is required.
Social Worker/Therapist at Interim House, Inc.
Interim House Inc., (IHI) is an award-winning comprehensive, trauma informed and holistic substance use program located in West Mt. Airy section of Philadelphia. IHI provides a continuum of care consisting of five (5) levels: short and long-term residential treatment, halfway house programming and Intensive Outpatient and Outpatient services.
The purpose of the Focalized Treatment Program (FTP), designed specifically for women with mental health and substance use disorders, is to provide specialized services and se management, daily individual sessions and specialized therapeutic groups in order to effectively meet the complex needs of these women. The 1:4 therapist to client caseload ratio will allow time for more individual / specialized counseling and case management sessions with the goal of improving mental health functioning and stability along with substance use treatment.
Master's degree in social work, counseling or a related field and LCSW or LSW required. At least three years of clinical experience and some experience working with chemical dependency required. Click here for the full job description and instructions to apply.
Supports Coordinator at Liberty Community Connections (LCC)
The position will cover caseloads throughout Philadelphia County.
- Bachelor's degree in psychology, social work or related field required
- Three years' experience in social services or healthcare-related setting
LCC is hosting a hiring event for this position on Jan. 30 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at their Philadelphia office at 112 N. 8th Street, Wade Blank Rooms. Interviews will be conducted onsite and employment offers will be made following the event.
What to bring:
- Updated cover letter
- Updated resume
- Three professional references
Prison Programming Director for the Philadelphia Prison Society
Currently the Philadelphia Prison Society operates two prison programs: a mentoring program at state prisons, and a parenting class at the Philadelphia city prisons. These programs have been operating without dedicated clinical management. The Prison Programming Director will have the opportunity to strengthen, expand and innovate the Society's unique in-prison programming by bringing evidence-based clinical practices and trauma-informed approaches to our work.
MSW or related degree and direct service experience with those in prison or returning from prison required. Seeking background in trauma-informed clinical approaches.
Chief Operating Officer at Broad Street Ministry
The Chief Operating Officer (COO) is a key member of BSM’s senior management team and reports directly to the Executive Director (ED). While the ED will focus primarily on critical issues of strategy and external relations, including fundraising and networking with critical constituencies, the Chief Operating Officer (COO) will lead all internal operations of Broad Street Ministry (BSM).
Graduate level degree in Social Work, Human Resources, Nonprofit Administration or Public Health preferred. Demonstrated experience and expertise in managing the operations of a complex organization, preferably in social services, required. Seven or more years of experience in a social services organization or relevant business.
Operation Specialist at the Philadelphia Alliance for Child Trauma Services (PACTS)
The Child Trauma Services Operations Specialist is responsible for implementation of PACTS’ grant activities to support the mental health of Unaccompanied Minors and young children (2-6 years old); LGBTQ youth; Commercially Sexually Exploited Children; and intentionally injured youth. The Operations Specialist will also be responsible for PACTS’ daily operations, including communication with provider agencies and partners, data collection, website and social media management and marketing. The Operations Specialist is also responsible for coordinating PACTS Core and Coordinating Committee Meetings and PACTS sponsored trainings. She/he will also assist PACTS Project Manager in the completion of Quarterly Reporting to our grantor, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration (SAMHSA) and to the National Child Traumatic Stress Initiative (NCTSI). The Operations Specialist PACTS will also assist PACTS Project Manager in providing technical assistance and consultation to PACTS Providers and the broader child provider network.
Director of Maternal, Child and Family Health at the Philadelphia Department of Health
This leadership position is responsible for managing this division and, more generally, for establishing and implementing a strategy to improve the health of women, children, and families in Philadelphia. The Director will be responsible for:
- Managing existing programs in the Division;
- Managing a home visiting program for high risk infants;
- Leading efforts to establish a central intake hub for infant home visiting programs for the entire city;
- Serving as the lead the for promotion of access to and utilization of contraceptive services and prenatal care in Philadelphia;
- Managing the Fetal and Infant Mortality Review, a process to learn from and prevent future perinatal and infant fatalities;
- Leading the implementation of A Running Start – Health, the agency’s strategic plan to improve the health of young children, which will involve collaboration with a wide range of other City agencies, such as the Department of Human Services and the Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disability Services, as well as nonprofit organizations focused on children;
- Working with the Pennsylvania Department of Health on the Title V federal Maternal and Child Health program.
Program Manager at Active Minds
Active Minds seeks an energetic individual located in Pittsburgh, PA, and passionate about student empowerment, public health, mental health awareness, and suicide prevention. The Program Manager is an 18-month, grant-funded position with the potential for extension based on project needs and the availability of funding.
The Program Manager will help Active Minds convene and activate cohorts of student change agents across higher education institutions in Pittsburgh and elsewhere as needed. This person will facilitate and ensure participation in prevention and early intervention campaigns from a network of Active Minds student-led chapters in Pittsburgh, including providing technical assistance, training, and the coordination and planning of local and statewide programming, campaigns, evaluation, meetings and conferences. Key to the success of this work will be the Program Manager’s leadership of Active Minds’ partnerships with students, campuses, city- and statewide public health agencies, community-based organizations, counties, and funders.
The Program Manager will participate in training and orientation for the first 30 days at the Active Minds headquarters in Washington, DC (living expenses covered by Active Minds). For the remainder of the grant period, the Program Manager will work out of the funder’s office in Pittsburgh, traveling to the Active Minds headquarters in Washington, DC, quarterly or as needed.
Temp and Temp-to-Hire opportunities at Social Work PRN
Social Work PRN of Philadelphia is a professional social work company specializing in staffing of bachelor- and master-level social workers from accredited schools of social work. We have immediate temp and temp-to-hire opportunities in southern NJ, northern Delaware, Philadelphia and the surrounding counties (Bucks, Montgomery, Chester and Delaware). Our office is staffed with highly experienced staff who know social work practice and take the time to understand the specific education, licensure, experience and work traits required by a social worker to match the needs of the organization and position being filled.
If interested, contact Joann Poole at 215-641-2311 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Part-time Academic Coach at Harcum College
Harcum College in Bryn Mawr, PA, a leader among the nation’s independent, two year colleges, has an opening for a Part-time Academic Coach (sixteen hours per week) for the Student Support Services (SSS) Program during the academic year. Under the direction of the SSS Programming Director, the Academic Coach will work directly with students to increase their academic success by providing skill-based services and academic coaching. Master's degree preferred. Experience in higher education, counseling, coaching or with similar federal-/state-funded programs.
Therapeutic Support Staff at Public Health Management Corporation
The Therapeutic Support Staff provide one-to-one therapeutic support and behavioral interventions to children/adolescents in home, school and/or community settings in order to help the client achieve goals identified on their treatment plan. Bachelor's degree required in one of the following disciplines: psychology, social work, sociology, education, criminal justice or human services. Other degrees will require one year of verified full-time paid experience working in direct care with children and/or adolescents.
Child Welfare positions at Children's Corps
Children’s Corps is a program of Fostering Change for Children that recruits, trains and supports individuals of all academic backgrounds who are passionate about working with children and families involved in the child welfare system. Once accepted into the program, Children’s Corps members are required to participate in a 4-week, pre- service, Summer Training Academy, which is held at Columbia School of Social Work. The training brings together “real world” experience and classroom learning to provide a foundation of knowledge and skills, while also building a community of support. After completion of the training, members are placed in full- time frontline positions at agencies in New York City and Westchester, working in foster care, preventive services, or residential settings. Children’s Corps partners with 15 agencies that employ the Corps members and provide them with a full salary and benefits.
Bilingual Therapist and Case Manager at La Puerta Abierta
This position supports the emotional wellbeing, healing and empowerment of immigrant survivors of workplace sexual violence and labor trafficking and their families through client-centered, culturally- and trauma-informed counseling and therapeutic case management as part of La Puerta Abierta’s legal-mental health partnership with Justice at Work.
- MSW or related degree; professional license or license-eligible
- Bilingual in Spanish and English; bicultural preferred
- Knowledge of Latinx culture and community in Philadelphia and PA, including knowledge of issues faced by undocumented community members
- Minimum 1 year experience clinical work with immigrant community members
- Ability and willingness to work some evening and/or weekend hours to accommodate community members’ schedules
- Valid PA Drivers License, proof of auto insurance, and access to car for travel to surrounding counties (with IRS mileage reimbursement)
Children's Case Manager at Women Against Abuse
Women Against Abuse is Philadelphia's leading domestic violence advocate and service provider and is among the largest domestic violence agencies in the country. The Children's Case Manager provides trauma informed case management support to children in our domestic violence safe haven (100 beds for individuals and their children); provides direct service links to external resources necessary to establish safe housing and support; assists in maintaining a welcoming, safe and supportive community environment; and provides and coordinates counseling services and after school activities for a caseload of children. There is some local travel required. All responsibilities are implemented according to our mission and values and according to Agency standards, including the Sanctuary Model.
Bachelor's degree required. View the full job description and instructions on how to apply.
Know Your Rights Specialist at HIAS Pennsylvania
The KYR Specialist will travel to facilities in Lehigh County and/or Philadelphia at least once a week, and in peak times up to three times a week to meet with detained youth and provide a Know Your Rights presentation which advises youth of relevant immigration procedures and options. The Specialist will also provide individualized screenings to evaluate each case and discuss options with youth and will write up these intake assessments. The KYR Specialist will use existing KYR materials and, together with KYR staff, update materials as needed.
Bachelor's degree required; MSW preferred. View the full job description and apply.
Social Health Provider at Dr. Bennett L. Johnson Sayre Health Center
The Dr. Bennett L. Johnson Sayre Health Center in West Philadelphia is seeking to hire a social health provider (SHP) to deliver billable screening and brief counseling services to our primary care patients, from birth through adulthood, who present with mental health and/or substance use concerns. Services will be provided to scheduled and same-day/walk-in patients. The SHP will refer patients, when clinically appropriate, to specialty mental health services. A portion of the SHP’s time will be devoted to assisting patients in obtaining social and vocational services, and linking them to other community resources. The Salary is 60-65k per year, depending on experience. Sayre offers a generous benefits package.
Sayre Health Center is a Federally Qualified Health Center in the Cobbs Creek neighborhood of West Philadelphia founded in 2005. Our mission is to provide primary care to the Cobbs Creek community and provide health professions education for students from high school to the post-graduate level. We are a small community health center that is focused on being familiar with and familiar to our community.
- MSW with Active License to practice as a Clinical Social Worker in Pennsylvania
- At least 2 years of social work experience
- Eligible to participate in federally funded health care programs including Medicare and Medicaid as well as other managed care and fee for service products.
- Training in addiction counseling
- Interest in community health
Interested candidates should send a cover letter and CV to Bernie Epstein, LCSW at email@example.com.
Project Manager for Intergenerational Family Services within the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s PolicyLab and the Division of Social Work
The person in this unique role will be working with interdisciplinary teams including researchers, clinicians, social workers to identify and spearhead strategies for advancing family-centered care in pediatric health care, including work related to social determinants of health and parenting interventions. The Project Manager will also work in partnership with the Division of Social Work to manage and coordinate community-driven programs, including a Medical Legal Partnership and a community health worker program. Seeking candidates with 3-5 years of experience, strong project management skills and experience working with interdisciplinary teams.
Stoneleigh Emerging Leader Fellowship at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
The Stoneleigh Emerging Leader Fellowship is a two-year, full-time, hands-on position targeting early career professionals. Fellows work collaboratively with a host organization and the Stoneleigh Foundation to execute a project that advances the missions of these organizations and enhances Fellows’ professional skills and leadership development. Fellows are also supported by a cohort of peer Emerging Leaders, who participate in Foundation programming. The Fellow will work with PolicyLab at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) to leverage the pediatric clinical setting to improve how the mental health needs of parenting teens are addressed. Bachelor's degree required.
Gun Violence Prevention Fellow at Public Health Management Corporation
Health Promotion Council (HPC), a subsidiary of Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC), has partnered with CeaseFirePA (CFPA) to focus on developing a sustainable youth engagement strategy for gun violence prevention policy advocacy. This position is located with HPC and will collaborate closely with CFPA.
The Gun Violence Prevention Fellow will work with HPC and its partner organization to engage youth (13-18) in public policy regarding gun violence prevention. Specifically, the Fellow will:
- Adapt HPC’s existing youth advocacy training curriculum to address gun violence prevention;
- Recruit up to two cohorts youth to participate in a pilot phase; and
- Launch and support a Youth Advisory Board (YAB) consisting of program graduates inform gun violence prevention policy advocacy efforts.
Master's degree in public health, criminology, economic development, education, public administration or equivalent required. Visit Indeed for the full job description and to apply.
Behavioral Health Fellowship with Atrius Health
The Atrius Health Behavioral Health Fellowship is a one‐year, full‐time (40 hours/week) interdisciplinary program open to postdoctoral psychologists and postgraduate (MSW) social workers. The program provides in‐depth training in time‐effective therapy within the context of an integrative outpatient medical practice. Fellows practice and receive supervision at Atrius Health, a non‐profit, multi‐specialty medical group practice that provides proactive, customized health care to almost 720,000 adult and pediatric patients at more than 30 offices in eastern Massachusetts.
The fellowship includes three training components:
- General and subspecialty‐area psychotherapy skill development
- Subspecialty research and program development
- Teaching/consultation‐liaison experience
Fellows provide outpatient treatment to a broad outpatient population and also elect a subspecialty in one of the following areas:
- Eating Disorders
- Women’s Health
- Pediatric Mental Health
Teaching Residency with Baltimore City
Historically, high-need students in Baltimore have not had equal access to an education that adequately prepares them for college and career. Baltimore City Teaching Residency trains recent college graduates to become exceptional, certified, elementary school teachers. Our fast-paced six-week summer training program focuses on the essential skills that teachers need most to start strong. Residents will repeatedly practice foundational classroom management and instructional techniques, receive direct feedback from skilled coaches, and must pass a series of evaluations to be eligible to start teaching in the fall.
The application deadline is December 10, and interested candidates can apply here.
Teaching Fellowship with Practice Makes Perfect
The Practice Makes Perfect (PMP) paid summer Teaching Fellowship offers aspiring educators the opportunity to make summer learning engaging, fun and impactful for students who need it the most. Serving as head classroom teachers at our partner school sites in New York City, Fellows are instrumental to achieving PMP’s mission of providing high-quality summer programming. This summer, Teaching Fellows will be paid $18 per hour from June 11 to August 11. The deadline to apply is March 1, 2019.
For more information and to apply, visit the Practice Makes Perfect website.
Social Worker at SeniorLIFE
The Senior LIFE Social Worker is responsible for providing a comprehensive approach to delivery of services to members including but not limited to initial and periodic assessments, care planning, individual and family counseling and support, case management and documentation. The Senior LIFE Social Worker is key to this member centered interdisciplinary approach focused on quality of LIFE and enabling members to remain in the comforts of their own homes as long as possible.
Candidates must have either a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Social Work, and a valid driver’s license. Positions are available in Waynesburg, Greensburg, Johnstown, Altoona and York, PA locations. New graduates are welcome to apply. To learn more about available opportunities, visit SeniorLifePA.com or contact Megan Bullen at 412-449-0523.
Multiple positions with Ivymount School & Programs (Rockville, MD)
The Ivymount School is a non-public special education school in Rockville, Maryland. Their full-time ABA Assistant and ABA Instructor positions are great opportunities for graduating students, providing intensive job training and professional development in the areas of special education, psychology, and applied behavior analysis, as well as opportunities for career advancement.
Social Worker at InnovAge
The Social Worker plans, organizes and implements social work services to participants and their caregivers in accordance with InnovAge policies and all applicable regulations. Conducts psychosocial assessments, participates in care planning and acts as a liaison between the participant and the interdisciplinary team.
Master's degree and one year experience working in a healthcare setting required. Click here to view the full job posting.
To apply, send your resume to Amy Hamik at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mental Health Professional at Wellspan Philhaven
The Mental Health Professional (MHP) provides:
- Therapy/Co-therapy: individual, family and other therapeutic interventions to children/adolescents and their families in the home, community and school;
- Case management and Community Linkage;
- Crisis Management; and
- Family Support Services.
The Mental Health Professional does this in conjunction with other treatment team members, which may include persons both inside and outside the agency involved in the treatment of the child or adolescent. The MHP will work on a team with one other Mental Health Professional or a Mental Health Worker under the direct supervision of the Director of Family Based Mental Health Services. The MHP will provide clinical lead in cases where there is a FBMHS Mental Health Worker on the team or share this responsibility with the other MHP on the team.
Episcopal Community Services Emergency Housing Director at St. Barnabas Mission
The Director of Emergency Housing has oversight of ECS St. Barnabas Mission (SBM), a 100-bed emergency shelter for families. Working closely with the SBM management team, this position leads a multi-functional staff of twenty five employees carrying out 24 hour shelter operations and services to participants. The Director of Emergency Housing serves as a central point of contact with the City of Philadelphia Office of Homeless Services to maintain contract compliance, execute funder standards, and operationalize of ECS’ scope of services. This position is an integral part of ECS’ Leadership team collaborating with colleagues on fundraising, volunteer initiatives, strategic planning, data management and outcomes measurement, fiscal and contract management.
Director of Youth, Families and Community Services at St. Barnabas Mission
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Director of Youth, Families and Community Services will administer all programs within this department. This includes School Age Programs-Out of School Time (OST) Intensive Prevention Services (IPS) Housing Counseling (HC), Zoning, and other program areas as determined by Executive Director. The Director of Youth and Family Services will be accountable for the results of the programs, included by not limited to, contract maintenance, compliance and revenue generation.
Social Work Supervisor for the City of Philadelphia
The Social Work Supervisor supervises the activities of and gives consultation and direction to the social workers engaged in performing a variety of counseling, referral, placement and/or adoptive functions related to services to children and youth, services to adults and the aging, or correctional rehabilitation. The employee has controlling responsibility for the operation of a unit within a specialized social work program and insures that the unit conforms to standards, regulations and laws of the department, commonwealth, and federal agencies.
Strengthening Families Specialist at Public Health Management Corporation
The Strengthening Families Specialist (SFS) is responsible for promoting the Center for the Study of Social Policy’s “Strengthening Families™: a Protective Factors Framework” throughout the CUA service region. They are part of the CUA Community Team, and actively support the community through the development of family protective factors to support the safety, permanency and well-being of children, youth and families.
Aftercare Worker at Turning Points for Children
Turning Points for Children, an affiliate of The Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC), seeks a Aftercare Worker to assists the CUA case management team in achieving the objectives established after safe case closure. An employee in this position works with families who have achieved safe case closure after receiving formal in home child welfare or child protection services as directed by Aftercare Plan. Contact with individuals, their families, various representatives of both private and public welfare agencies is significant to this work.
Patient Navigator at Thomas Jefferson University's Maternal Addiction Education and Research (MATER) Program
MATER's Center of Excellence team is looking to add a Patient Navigator to their team. Patient Navigators provide care coordination to future, current and past patients referred to the Opioid Use Disorder Center of Excellence. Navigators facilitate engagement and reengagement in substance use disorder treatment and coordinate appointments and services for additional medical, behavioral and social needs. We work primarily with pregnant and parenting women. This is a fairly mobile position: time is spent in the hospital, clinic, residential facility and sometimes between facilities escorting clients.
Questions about the position can be sent to email@example.com.
Moore Undergraduate Research Apprentice Program (MURAP)
The Moore Undergraduate Research Apprentice Program (MURAP) invites applications for a ten-week summer research fellowship for undergraduate students (rising juniors or seniors) in the humanities, social sciences and fine arts. The program will be held from May 19 to July 25, 2019 at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. MURAP seeks to prepare talented and motivated underrepresented students from racially and ethnically diverse backgrounds, or those with a proven commitment to diversity and to eradicating racial disparities in graduate school and the academy, for graduate study in fields in the humanities, social sciences, and fine arts. The program provides students with a rigorous research experience and professional development under the guidance of a UNC faculty mentor.
Each participant will receive:
- A stipend
- A meal allowance
- Campus housing
- Writing, communication skills and professional development workshops
- GRE prep courses and all necessary materials
- A domestic travel allowance of up to $500 to and from Chapel Hill, NC
The student application will be available online starting November 2, 2018, and the application deadline is February 8, 2019. Once live, you can find the application on MURAP's website.
Two Positions with Carson Valley Children's Aid
- RTF Social Worker with at least one year of child welfare and two years' adolescent mental health experience. Crisis management, de-escalation, case planning and excellent communication (written and verbal) required. Ability to work flexible schedule. Bilingual preferred but not required. Must hold a master's degree in human service field required.
- Residential Care Social Worker with at least two years' child welfare and one year of adolescent mental health experience. Crisis management, de-escalation, case planning and excellent communication (written and verbal) required. Ability to work flexible schedule. Bilingual preferred but not required. Bachelor's degree in human service field required.
Salary is dependent upon experience and education. To apply, email your resume to Rene' Ponte at firstname.lastname@example.org. Candidates should list salary requirements in this email.
Presidential Management Fellowship
The Presidential Management Fellowship is a federal government-wide program for those who have finished a graduate program in the previous two years or will finish by the end of next summer. It’s a highly competitive selection process, but it’s one that leads to full time employment with a federal agency. Fellows enter the government in a mid-career ladder, have a variety of training experiences, and are required to take at least one developmental rotation to another office or agency. There’s no better way to enter the federal government for recent graduates.
The application window closes on October 22. Visit the job posting for more information and to apply.
Various Positions with PowerCorpsPHL
PowerCorpsPHL is a City of Philadelphia AmeriCorps initiative, operated in partnership with EducationWorks. Working closely with Philadelphia Parks & Recreation, the Philadelphia Water Department, and partners in the public and private sector, PowerCorpsPHL builds opportunities for young people to create promising futures by tackling pressing environmental challenges and developing the skills required to secure meaningful work.
PowerCorpsPHL is hiring for four positions. Click the position title below for job requirements and application instructions.
- Project Coordinator
- Salesforce Training Consultant
- Workforce Development Advisor
- Assistant Director of Culture and Climate
Home Hospice Social Worker at Hospice & Community Care
This role collaborates with the team to provide interventions, education, counseling and support services to patients and caregivers. MSW and LSW/LCSW required. Two years experience in health care required. Bilingual preferred.
To apply, visit hospicecommunity.org.
Counselor at Adelphoi Village
Adelphoi Village is looking for Counselors who want to work with other committed professionals making a difference in changing the lives of youth. This opportunity will have a lasting value in your development as a social services professional. Because of our growth we have several openings in our residential program in Westmoreland, Fayette, Cambria and Somerset Counties in Pennsylvania. All of our opportunities give our team members a competitive wage and a full benefits program that offers medical, dental, vision, life, disability, paid time off, assistance with school loans, graduate school reimbursement program, paid professional training, advancement opportunities and a 403(b) retirement program with agency matching funds.
If you desire a rewarding career supporting youth and families, apply now for available positions working with at risk adolescents. Family-style group home setting. Shift work. Midnight positions available as well. Must be at least 21 with a PA driver’s license and Act33/34/FBI clearance required.
To apply, please send your resume to email@example.com, fax to 724-539-7060, or mail to 354 Main Street, Latrobe, PA 15650.
Victim Counselor at the Center for Advocacy for the Rights and Interests of the Elderly (CARIE)
The Victim Witness Counselor for the PAVE (Providing Advocacy for Victimized Elders) program will provide services that include individual counseling (in the office, in-home and by phone) as well as group counseling for victims or witnesses age 60+. The counselor will work as part of the PAVE team as they identify and work to support victims and witnesses and will become involved with the consent of the victim/witness when additional emotional support is indicated. Issues commonly encountered include elder abuse, domestic violence, sexual assault, acute trauma, and vulnerabilities due to aging and or disability. This new position reports to the PAVE Supervisor. The successful candidate will be a licensed professional who is highly organized, can prioritize well, and manage a wide range of responsibilities.
Fundraiser at WHYY
Right now, WHYY has job openings for fundraisers with our development team. WHYY makes a huge impact in the community by providing award-winning programming for adults and kids alike, which is not possible without the generous support of individual donors. Our fundraisers meet with donors and viewers to renew their support and become new members of the station. Additionally, we provide our fundraisers with exceptional training to build skills in communication, leadership, presentation and negotiation.
This position is part-time and pay ranges from $13-$17/hr. Click here to apply.
Kidney and Liver Transplant Social Worker at Einstein Medical Center
Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia is looking for a full time kidney and liver transplant social woker. MUST have a MSW at minimum and MUST have a medical background. The environment is an exciting place in which to work—comparable to an outpatient emergency room.
For more information or to apply, send your resume to Danielle Daguanno at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Veteran Program Director at West Texas Counseling and Guidance
At West Texas Counseling and Guidance (WTCG) we are currently looking for a Vet Program Director to join our team. This full-time position supervises the WTCGVOS program specialist, outreach coordinator, MVPN peer services specialist, VISTA, students, interns, and any other WTCGVOS staff; and serves as the primary point of contact for issues related to program management and execution for both the Clinical Director and any Veteran grant/funding program staff. This is a full time position and salary is commensurate with education, experience, and licensure.
Zero Suicide Coordinator at West Texas Counseling and Guidance
At West Texas Counseling and Guidance (WTCG) we are currently looking for a Zero Suicide Coordinator to join our team. The Coordinator serves as the primary point of contact for issues related to program management and execution for the clinical director, executive director and any grant/funding program staff. This position works closely with area FQHCs. This is a full time position and salary is commensurate with education, experience and licensure.
Social Worker at Friends Hospital
Working from a systems framework performs psychosocial assessments, individual, family and group therapy in an acute setting. Implements case management functions for assigned patients, as demonstrated by discharge planning and collaboration with community providers and support networks. Actively participates in the delivery of patient care services and functions as a member of an interdisciplinary team; including the treatment planning process.
- Masters Degree in Social Work with Licensure preferred.
- Relevant training or experience in other social agencies.
- Child Abuse clearance. Acceptable criminal history clearance.
- Demonstrate possession of respect for human dignity and concern for others.
To apply, please email your resume to Sarah Gilman at email@example.com.
Graduate Assistant at Jefferson University
The Graduate Assistant will support customer service initiatives in the Office of Admissions at Thomas Jefferson University by responding to emails sent to our general account, assisting callers who contact us through our main telephone number, and greeting and assisting prospective students and guests through in-person interactions. The Graduate Assistant will identify off-campus recruitment opportunities that support Jefferson’s strategic enrollment plan and will conduct research to evaluate the competitive landscape for each of our undergraduate and graduate academic programs.
This position is located on the Center City Campus at 130 South 9th Street, Philadelphia and is funded through June 30, 2019.
Clinical Psychiatric Specialist, DBT at the Pennsylvania Psychiatric Institute
Responsible for providing individual, group and family therapy to patients, screening admission referrals, and providing ongoing treatment planning. Master's Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Marriage and Family Therapy, Counseling or related field. LPC, LCSW, LMFT or LSW with 2 years' experience required. Basic computer skills required.
To apply, visit https://ppijobs.applicantpool.com/jobs/264936.html.
Clinical position at the Anxiety and Agoraphobia Treatment Center
Part-time position in Bala Cynwyd: Licensed psychologist, licensed social worker or licensed counselor in well-established, successful group practice specializing in evaluation and treatment of anxiety disorders and related conditions. The successful candidate will have experience working with children, teens, adults and be able to work independently within a collegial team environment. Competence in evidence-based treatments required. We are looking for an individual to work late afternoon and evening hours and/or weekend day. Expansion to full-time position possible. The Anxiety and Agoraphobia Treatment Center (www.aatcphila.com) has an excellent reputation in application of evidence-based treatments for anxiety disorders.
To apply, please forward cover letter and resume to Dr. Linda Welsh at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community Support Specialist at Intercommunity Action
The Community Support Specialist (CSS – CHIP/CSRP) promotes recovery and resilience in alignment with the Practice Guidelines through providing social, recreational and vocational services to participants in the CHIP project that live at CareLink and in the Community Support Recovery Program at the Carriage House and in the community. The CSS – CHIP/CSRP partners with the program participant to develop and sustain skills to engage in meaningful relationships, problem solving, community integration, family inclusion, life skills and meaningful activity. These support services occur on a flexible schedule, based on the need of the program and participants, including day, evening, weekend and holidays at various program sites and in the community.
Clinical Liaison at ExactCare Pharmacy
ExactCare Pharmacy is looking for a full time Clinical Liaison to grow ExactCare Pharmacy’s business by promoting and educating potential patients about our amazing service. The Clinical Liaison will conduct in-home assessments and ensure the safety and compliance with each patients’ medication management. The Clinical Liaison will build relationships with patients by conducting in-home assessments, enrolling patients in ExactCare’s medication management program, providing ongoing assistance to help patients get started, and acting as a liaison between the patient and his/her ExactCare pharmacy team. The position is a fully remote, self-directed, telecommuting/field-based position. We will provide you with all the resources needed to successfully execute your responsibilities, including marketing materials, company credit card, laptop with Wi-Fi, smartphone, GPS unit, car allowance, and gas/oil change reimbursement.
- Valid driver's license in good standing
- Bachelor's degree preferred; social work or an equivalent field preferred.
- Experience in the social work field preferred
Positions are available in the Philadelphia and Pittsburgh areas. Interested candidates can send resumes to Jessica Fleming at JFleming@ExactCarePharmacy.com.
Intake Specialist at Big Brothers Big Sisters
Big Brothers Big Sisters Independence Region (BBBS IR), a premier youth mentoring organization, seeks a Temporary School-Based Intake Specialist. This position requires 24 hours of work per week, during 9-5 business hours through November 2018. Travel to and from area colleges and universities is required. Candidate will go to University campuses and conduct a full day of volunteer interviews Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9am-5pm. Position assists with volunteer "Big" interviews, assessments and references during peak enrollment periods.
For a full job description and to apply, visit https://bbbsir.gatherdocs.com/listing/4152.
Program Generalist at Big Brothers Big Sisters
BBBS IR seeks a Program Generalist, tasked with facilitating programming and supporting mentoring relationships consisting of adult volunteer mentors ("Bigs"), youth mentees ("Littles") and their parents/guardians. The role of a Program Generalist is to support the BBBS IR School-based program teams through making Match Support calls, facilitating Match Meetings, facilitating Match Activities, interviewing clients and volunteers, and coordinating site-based programs at the Agency's corporate and school sites. This job requires flexibility as the Program Generalist will be helping with the most needed items for each team. The position is based in a routine office environment and requires some travel during the workday. Scheduling details will be described in the interview process.
For a full job description and to apply, visit https://bbbsir.gatherdocs.com/listing/3322.
Family Connections Liaison at Catapult Learning
Exciting opportunity to provide school social work services to families in Philadelphia area non-public schools K-12. Candidate must possess strong knowledge and skills for direct and indirect interventions including: counseling on an individual or family basis, providing necessary resources to families, conducting/organizing workshops for parents/guardians on relevant topics, consulting and providing feedback to administrators, teachers, parents, and other professionals in order to recommend appropriate interventions and enhance student’s abilities.
- Must be a PA Licensed Social Worker
- Excellent communication skills
- Computer literate
To apply, please send your resume to Carrie Slater at email@example.com.
Service Coordinator at Patient Care Coordination (PCC)
PCC is seeking a qualified, passionate Service Coordinator for a full-time position that will manage a caseload of participants to help them achieve the ultimate goal of independence through high-quality care and efficient delivery of community resources. Bachelor's degree in human or social services field required. Minimum 2 years' experience in human services/case management preferred.
- Assessment and Service Plan Development, Service arrangement, follow up and monitoring and reassessment. Validates the assessment of the consumer's needs in their environment. Reassesses consumer's status and reviews service plan at regularly scheduled intervals.
- Completes Care Management Instrument at required time-frames
- Works with consumer, family and caregiver to develop an Individual Service Plan, making use of supervision and consultation with other disciplines as necessary
- Identifies and mobilizes informal and formal resources to meet consumers' needs. Maximizes use of third party payers
- Facilitates consumer choice of providers
- Arranges for need services and entitlements, working cooperatively with consumer, family members, and service providers. Follows up on service delivered in specified amount of time, and works with consumer and provider to assure appropriate match of service to specific need
- Conducts home visits and telephone contacts per standards
- Completes all necessary forms and / or data entry for consumers' case record, other management information, and other written reports as required. Inputs necessary data and maintains automated programs.
- Participates in orientation and training, in-service training as assigned, and attends regularly scheduled supervision, and staff meetings
- Monitors consumer satisfaction to ensure quality of services provided
To apply, please submit resumes along with cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community Organizer at Make the Road PA
Make the Road Pennsylvania seeks an energetic community organizer to join our team in Northeast Philadelphia. The organizer will work closely with the Philadelphia Director and MRPA’s leaders to grow our membership base, develop new leadership and execute campaigns. The organizer will work through our committee model. Committees are the engine that drives our work and the space where campaign and action planning, political education, and orientation to our organization all take place.
Committee meetings are facilitated by members in coordination with staff. Specific responsibilities include:
- Conduct regular recruitment to build MRPA’s base of membership;
- Mobilize and activate members to participate in and lead MRPA’s actions;
- Maintain communication with MRPA’s leaders to support outreach, education and other work;
- Facilitate committee meetings and work with members to facilitate meetings;
- Develop political education materials in conjunction with our campaigns and facilitate regular political education workshops as part of committee meetings;
- Develop testimonies with members for press, and work with directly impacted people to give testimonies that advance our campaigns.
For more information on the position and to apply, visit the job posting on Indeed.
Youth Empowerment Specialist at Providence Center
The Youth Empowerment Specialist will be responsible for ensuring a safe and supportive environment for children in one of our classrooms: K-1, 2-3, 4-6, 7-8. While serving as the lead teacher in the classroom, the Specialist will implement Providence Center’s curriculum and activities that integrate Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) into the after school experience for students and teen leaders. Specialists also submit activity plans and lead a club of their choice twice weekly (ie. arts, sports, science, etc). She/he will supervise children during snack, homework assistance, activities and field trips, and provide direction as needed to youth leaders and volunteers who assist in the program. Specialists also play a large role in supervising local teen leaders and volunteers who mentor the children, delegating tasks and helping develop communication, teamwork and mentoring skills.
For more information on the position and to apply, visit the job posting on Indeed.
Behavioral Health Consultant at Delaware Valley Community Health (DVCH)
This position is a core member of DVCH's primary care team providing counseling services to enhance the management of health care provided at our community focused health center located in North Philadelphia. The Behavioral Health Consultant is responsible for supporting and coordinating the mental and physicalhealth care of assigned patients in conjunction with the patient’s medical provider and, when appropriate,other behavioral health providers. The BHC provides brief consultation/assessment, intervention and education services to recognize and treat behavioral health struggles within primary care. Additionally, administer screenings and assessments to identify psychosocial, psychological and developmental struggles.
The ideal candidate will be dedicated to providing quality health care and a commitment to work with the underserved and uninsured community residents of our service areas. Part time and full time hours are available.
Education and Experience
- Must have licensure for Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and/or PA Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)
- Bilingual English/Spanish skills required for full time
- Demonstrated knowledge of psychotropic medications and their indications
- Competency in providing cognitive and behavioral interventions to individuals, families, couples and groups who have behavioral health/ substance abuse problems in a primary care setting
- Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work collaboratively with primary care staff, patients and other behavioral health clinicians
- Excellent engagement, assessment, and clinical skills
- Excellent record-keeping and organizational skills
- Experience in a hospital, health organization or mental health agency setting preferred
Send resume and salary requirements to email@example.com.
Social Worker at Global Leadership Academy
Exciting opportunity for social worker to provide school social work ser
- Master's of Social Work (MSW) from an accredited school of social work. MSW required; LSW is preferred.
- 3 years post-masters experience required.
- School Social Work e
- THIS IS A CONTRACTED POSITION. 30 hours.
To apply, please send your resume to Tamika Stewart at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Camden Healthy Start (CHS) Father Involvement Specialist at Southern NJ Perinatal Cooperative
The Specialist provides father involvement services including case management, care coordination, fatherhood and family life course education to partners of pregnant and parenting women enrolled in CHS.
- Bachelor’s degree, Master’s preferred in social work/human services or related field
- Bilingual English/Spanish
- 18 months experience in case management or providing direct services to clients
- 18 months experience working with men in social services, fatherhood programming or correctional settings
- Basic computer skills necessary
- Must have transportation and valid driver’s license/insurance
- Ability to work evenings and Saturdays
- Knowledge of community resources
- Strong organizational skills; ability to prioritize work requirements
- Ability to work well with consumers and providers
- Experience with maternal and child health issues and target population a plus
For the full job description and application, visit http://www.snjpc.org/who-we-are/careers.html.
Maryland Department of Juvenile Services: Multiple Positions
The State of Maryland is hiring qualified behavioral health professionals to fill five vacancies—
- Psychologist I (Hagerstown)
- Psychologist I (Chestertown)
- Mental Health Professional Counselor Advanced
- Alcohol and Drug Professional Counselor Supervisor
- Alcohol and Drug Professional Counselor Provisional
Program Supervisor at A Second Chance
A Master’s Degree in Social Work or other human service discipline as per DHS contract requirement. A Bachelors Degree and enrollment in Master’s degree program in a human service related field may be considered. Must have at least three years of direct experience with children/families in either a job related or volunteer capacity. Must have excellent organizational and interpersonal skills; must possess the knowledge of foster care services and client/family needs; must possess excellent clinical skills and ability to respond to crisis using clinical judgment. This position requires a flexible work schedule to include evenings and weekends.
- To be directly responsible for the supervision of assigned casework staff;
- To review all documentation related to the specific casework tasks;
- To interface with client and management staff regarding client specific issues;
- To prepare written reports to the Director and the Executive Team on designated subjects as requested;
- To gather monthly statistical data on client information, performance outcomes, etc; and develop and implement plans to address deficiencies within the department
- To interface with the fiscal department to address client issues;
- To develop and administer of appropriate program policies and procedures for maximum success of foster care services;
- To establish and implement program protocols specific to DHS-PA and DHS requirements;
- Identify and establish collaborative relationships with community resources and stakeholders
- Other duties as assigned.
- Registered and insured vehicle
- Certificate of Insurance for vehicle
- Valid Pennsylvania Driver’s License
- City/County travel
- Current Act 33 and Police Clearances
- Available to work flexible schedule
- Carry cell phone
- On Call
Interested applicants can send their resumes to Jennifer Hodle at email@example.com.
Community Engagement Director at PhillyCAM
PhillyCAM seeks a dynamic, civically engaged person for the full time position of Community Engagement Director to communicate PhillyCAM's mission and programs, grow its membership and deepen its partnerships within greater Philadelphia.
The ideal candidate is community oriented, passionate about the power of community media, and must demonstrate the ability to build and sustain strong relationships with PhillyCAM's diverse membership made up of television and radio producers, our non-profit organizational and educational partners, city departments and local elected officials, grant making institutions, local businesses, and supporters of local, independent, non-commercial media.
The position requires someone who can clearly manage the communications and promotion of the organization and its many programs. This includes assessing community needs to develop programs, training, and collaborative projects with a specific focus on working with non-profit partners to create non-commercial media content to amplify their work.
A fundamental component of this position will be to maintain and strengthen PhillyCAM's organizational culture by working closely with the board, staff and individual members to develop meaningful programs and communications strategies that support our mission, vision and values.
Social Worker II/Post-Master's Fellowship in Child Maltreatment at CARES Institute
Excellent opportunity to accrue hours for licensure. As part of a multidisciplinary team under the direction of Esther Deblinger, Ph.D., co-developer of Trauma-Focused CBT (TF-CBT), responsibilities for this full-time position include providing therapy and assessments to children who have experienced abuse and other traumas. Didactics on various topics related to child maltreatment as well as formal training and supervision in TF-CBT provided.
Master’s Degree in Counseling or Social Work required. Licensed Associate Counselor (LAC) or Licensed Social Worker (LSW) preferred. Will also consider applicants who have submitted their application for LAC/LSW. Experience with children and families preferred. Applicants with the ability to provide services to clients in Spanish are strongly encouraged to apply. Travel between the two CARES sites (Vineland and Stratford) as well as to CP&P offices is required. Evening hours are required. One-year fellowship position with possible second-year option.
Apply online at http://jobs.rowan.edu/cw/en-us/listing (position #492975). For more information, please contact Ms. Marissa Mansueto at 856-896-2329 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Salary is competitive and accompanied by a full benefits package. Our Vineland office is located less than 1 hour from Philadelphia, about 1 hour from the beach, and about 2 hours from New York City.
Patient Navigator at Thomas Jefferson University
Thomas Jefferson University’s Maternal Addiction Education and Research (MATER) program is looking to add another Patient Navigator to their team. Patient Navigators provide care coordination to future, current and past patients referred to the Opioid Use Disorder Center of Excellence. Navigators facilitate engagement and re-engagement in substance use disorder treatment and coordinate appointments and services for additional medical, behavioral and social needs. We work primarily with pregnant and parenting women. This is a fairly mobile position: time is spent in the hospital, clinic, residential facility and sometimes between facilities escorting clients. Questions about the position can be sent to email@example.com.
Manager of Training and Development at WES Health System
The Manager of Training and Development will be responsible to provide consultation, development and delivery of high quality, cost effective and timely learning and development programs and communications to employees in all US locations. The right candidate will help drive company values and philosophy and ensures all training and development activities are strategically linked to the organization’s mission and vision. Works with leadership team to identify and address employee and organizational development needs. Training programs will focus on a variety of topics, including company philosophy and culture, human resources training and leadership skills. The Manager of Training and Development will be expected to facilitate regulatory trainings and ensure that WES remains compliant.
Click here for the full job posting and requirements. For information on how to apply, email Kareem Jeter at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Three open positions at Congreso
- Domestic Violence Clinical Educator – to lead professional training and consultation to child welfare and medical professionals:
- Must possess MSW
- Need not be bilingual
- Must have experience working with DV survivors and facilitating trainings
- Adult Domestic Violence Advocate – to provide crisis counseling and empowerment counseling to adult survivors of DV:
- Must be bilingual (English/Spanish)
- Have 1-2 years of advocacy/case management experience, ok if not specifically in DV though it’s preferred
- Bachelors’ degree OR suitable education and experience (3-4 years) can be considered in lieu of Bachelor’s degree
- Crime Victim Advocate/VCAP Specialist – to provide initial intake and screening for victims of crime (non DV) and to support the team in conducting follow up for victims compensation claims
- Must be bilingual (English/Spanish)
- Have 1-2 years of advocacy/case management experience, ok if not specifically with victims of crime though it’s preferred
- Bachelors’ degree OR suitable education and experience (3-4 years) can be considered in lieu of Bachelor’s degree
Full job descriptions and applications can be found at http://www.congreso.net/get-involved/work-at-congreso/open-positions.
Research Assistant at Public Health Management Corporation
The Research & Evaluation Group at Public Health Management Corporation (R&E Group) is seeking a full-time Research Assistant to join its team. R&E Group conducts applied research and evaluation, including work on program efficacy, intervention effectiveness, and needs assessments. The right candidate will enjoy a fast-paced, collaborative, and dynamic work environment where there is an opportunity to contribute to multiple projects focused on addictions, family strengthening and child wellbeing, education/learning, and/or public health. Bachelor’s degree in a related field and experience with data management required; proficiency in SPSS preferred. Please submit a resume and cover letter to apply. The full job description and online application portal is available here: http://bit.ly/PHMCResearchAssistant
Project Manager at Public Health Management Corporation
The Research & Evaluation Group at Public Health Management Corporation (R&E Group) is seeking a full-time Project Manager to join its team. R&E Group conducts applied research and evaluation, including work on program efficacy, intervention effectiveness, and needs assessments. The right candidate will enjoy a fast-paced, collaborative, and dynamic work environment where there is an opportunity to contribute to multiple projects focused on addictions, family strengthening and child wellbeing, education/learning, and/or public health. Master’s degree in a related field and experience with data management required; proficiency in SPSS preferred. Please submit a resume and cover letter to apply. Full job description and online application portal is available here: http://bit.ly/PHMCResearchProjectManager_Summer2018
Director for Training and Technical Assistance at Penn Center for Community Health Workers
The Director leads training, technical assistance and consulting activities for healthcare and community organizations across the country. Duties and responsibilities include:
- Help organizations adapt the IMPaCT model to their local communities
- Design and build systems and products, including multimedia content for our online library of CHW best practices, to help scale our work
- Consult with partner organizations to troubleshoot challenges and improve performance
- Hire and supervise trainers to effectively and engagingly deliver our content
- Train new CHWs and Managers to work effectively in their roles
- Organize convenings to promote shared learning and networking of IMPaCT partners
- Assist in sales and marketing efforts
At least five years of experience managing large-scale implementation projects and supervising others desired. Click here to view the full job posting, including information on how to apply.
Training Consultant at Penn Center for Community Health Workers
The Training Consultant is a member of our Training and Technical Assistance team. Duties and responsibilities include:
- Use the evidence-based IMPaCT model to deliver engaging, effective training to CHWs working in healthcare and community organizations across the country
- Utilize our best-in-class training toolkit (including presentations, discussions, role plays) to help CHWs practice and refine their skills
- Provide individual and group feedback to help CHW trainees learn
- Refine course delivery, including developing online learning content, to help continually scale our work