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District Representative in the Office of State Senator Art Haywood
District Representative handles a broad range of constituent problems and inquiries related to state services as well as problems and challenges in the district. The District Representative supports the office at community events, attends community meetings, and provides constituent services at remote locations such as, community libraries and grocery stores.
We are seeking to hire an experienced, enthusiastic, energetic person that is empathetic, has a strong work ethic and communication skills, exceptional service orientation, and a voice with a smile.
Two years' higher education and social work experience and two years casework and customer service experience required. Two-year degree required. Permanent full time position, 75 hours bi-weekly, 8:45 a.m. to 5:15 p.m., Monday thru Friday, a flexible work schedule, and excellent state benefits.
To apply, email Jennifer Daggs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Multiple positions at the People's Emergency Center (PEC)
- VP for Development
- Program Assistant, Building Early Links for Learning (BELL)
- Manager, Action for Early Learning
- Development Writer (Grants)
To view these positions and more, visit the PEC website.
Youth Justice Social Worker at Community Legal Services, Inc.
The Youth Justice Project uses a holistic, community-based model of legal representation to give youth aged 16-24 an opportunity to stabilize their lives and move past the legal obstacles that keep them in poverty. The YJP social worker will help develop and strengthen community partnerships, coordinate legal clinics, provide support at clinics, and provide wrap-around support for youth in addressing their legal and non-legal problems. The social worker will also help to develop YJP’s first ever youth advisory fellowship program.
MSW required. Click here to view the full job description and to apply.
Director of Continuous Quality Improvement at the Wedge Center
The CQI Director will be responsible for supporting the Vice President with overseeing organizational Quality Management and carrying out the CQI Plan for the agency. The CQI director makes use of the Electronic Health Record (EHR) system, myEvolv, to monitor, measure, and review internal processes. This position works closely with site managers to identify process and performance problems related quality improvement needs, and offer solutions and support to ensure successful program outcomes.
Click here to view the full job description. To apply, email Jessica Griffith with the subject line “CQI Director.”
Counselor at Middlebury College
Middlebury College (a small, private, liberal arts college in Vermont) is recruiting a staff counselor to provide short-term counseling, crisis intervention, and mental health outreach services to enhance the psychological and emotional welfare of students and the College community.
Applicants with demonstrated skills and experience in multicultural counseling are encouraged to apply, especially experience working with historically underrepresented students (e.g., students with disabilities, students of color, queer, transgender, first-generation, low-income, international, immigrant, undocumented, tribal and indigenous communities) and with the ability to provide culturally competent and inclusive support services.
MA, MS, MSW, EdD or PhD in clinical field required. Visit Middlebury's website for the full job description and to apply.
Executive Director at Tikvah AJMI
Tikvah AJMI us a small non-profit that provides social programming for those living with mental health diagnoses, currently seeking to hire a new executive director.
- Experience with mental health community
- Possess bachelor’s degree (minimum)
- Grant writing and excellent interpersonal skills
- Experience with non-profit desirable
To apply, send resume along with references to email@example.com.
Social Worker at Bryn Mawr Terrace
Bryn Mawr Terrace is a skilled long-term care nursing center located in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. Bryn Mawr Terrace is currently looking for a full-time Social Worker. We are looking for a team player who has excellent customer service skills in addition to clinical skills. Bachelor’s degree required or Master’s degree in Social Work preferred. 1-3 years’ experience. Prior experience required in the field of healthcare and geriatrics.
Geriatric Service Coordinator at the Salvation Army
The Geriatric Service Coordinator (GSC) is responsible for client assessment, service plan development (if needed), regular contact with the residents to assess and identify aging needs, making referrals to outside social services not provided onsite, assistance in applying for public benefits (when applicable), proper documentation of services provided, promote collaborative relationship between GSC and Property Manager and Geriatric Program Coordinator (GPC). GSC is also responsible for all service coordination data entry into ETO system and other duties as assigned.
Clinical Social Work Coordinator at the City of Philadelphia's STEP Project
The STEP Project is a pilot partnership between the School District of Philadelphia, the City of Philadelphia, and Community Behavioral Health (CBH). The goal is to continue to improve the continuum of behavioral health services ranging from prevention and at-risk services to intensive treatment options for all Philadelphia public schools to best serve all students.
The Clinical Coordinator works to identify the needs of youth and families, helps navigate involvement in social support systems, provides referrals for behavioral health evaluation and treatment opportunities, is responsible for functions related to Medicaid compliance. The Clinical Coordinator is an integral member of the STEP team with supervisory capacity over the other members of the STEP team.
Resource Coordinator at Living Beyond Breast Cancer (LBBC)
Living Beyond Breast Cancer is a national nonprofit organization whose mission is to connect people with trusted breast cancer information and a community of support. LBBC reaches more than 600,000 people annually through multi-channel efforts and is headquartered in Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania. For more information visit LBBC.ORG.
The Resource Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the direct service programs that LBBC offers to its constituents, including the Breast Cancer Helpline and the Living Beyond Breast Cancer Fund. Through each of these programs, LBBC connects constituents with critical resources.
Program Manager at the Center for Employment Opportunities
The Center for Employment Opportunities is seeking a results-oriented and mission-driven leader with program, performance and team management experience to help lead our Philadelphia office. Reporting directly to the Regional Director, this position is responsible for the daily oversight of CEO’s Vocational Services and Economic Opportunity, assisting the Regional Director to achieve program milestones, supporting staff training, participant recruitment, data collection, and participant management and tracking.
To apply, please submit your application materials, including a resume and cover letter on the job posting here. Please note: applications submitted without a cover letter will not be considered. Please also submit your documents with your first and last name followed by resume or cover letter as the saved document title.
Various positions at Community Services Group
Community Services Group has a number of openings for therapists and social workers. Click here to view all job listings.
Child Advocate Social Worker at the Support Center for Child Advocates
This position is direct service social work for child victims of abuse and neglect, in model of lawyer-social worker collaboration, serving a caseload of approximately 55 children. Child Advocate teams conduct home visits, analyze records, initiate child protective proceedings, maintain contact with all other professionals serving the child and family, train volunteer attorneys and attend and participate in court hearings.
Two therapist positions with Lower Merion Counseling and Mobile Services
Lower Merion Counseling and Mobile Services, part of Resources for Human Development, is looking for a Full time and Fee for Service LCSW to join a team of dynamic, dedicated therapists. Opportunity exists at two beautiful locations in Bryn Mawr and Ardmore, PA. A signing bonus is included for Fee for Service individuals with availability of 20 hours or more.
Social Worker at Crozer-Chester Medical Center
Crozer-Chester Medical Center is hiring social workers at the I and II levels.
To learn more and apply, visit Crozer-Chester's website.
Licensed Social Worker at ElderNet
ElderNet is seeking a team oriented, collaborative Social Worker to join our team. In addition to care management responsibilities for older adults and adults living with disabilities, this Social Worker will also provide services and referrals to participants of all ages who wish to utilize our community resource center and food pantry.
This position requires excellent communication, organizational, and time management skills. A team oriented and collaborative approach is vital to ElderNet programming.
Multiple positions at Philadelphia's Anti-Drug Anti-Violence Network (PAAN)
Please click the position name below to view the full position description. If interested, please email your resume to Chelsea Gillette at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Director of Anti-Violence Programs
- Social Worker
- Employment Specialist
- Youth Violence Reduction Partnership Coordinator
- Youth Advocate
Director, The Lenfest Center
The Lenfest Center Director will report to and be evaluated by the Executive Director. The Center Director will manage all Lenfest Center staff and perform duties that include but are not limited to the following:
- Create and support a high performing culture throughout the organization and in the Lenfest Center specifically that exemplifies our core values using trauma informed practices.
- Develop a team-based environment to motivate and inspire staff to work collaboratively toward vision and goals. Coordinate with the Leadership Team to identify and create leadership and professional development opportunities.
- Oversee the coordination, integration, and delivery of all programs within the Lenfest Center, including contracts and related services, promoting collaborative relationships between program areas and ensuring that the expectations of partners, constituents, clients, and other stakeholders are consistently met.
For the full job description and to apply, visit the Lenfest Center's website.
Assistant Director of the Anderson Freeman Resource Center at Middlebury College
The Assistant Director of the Anderson Freeman Center engages, develops, and empowers students of all sexual orientations, gender identities and gender expressions, including gay, lesbian, bisexual, pansexual, asexual, queer, transgender, genderqueer, gender fluid, gender non-binary, agender, intersex and questioning students and their allies. The newly created position of the Assistant Director will work to create, maintain and strengthen an inclusive and welcoming environment where students can come together to form community, connect with resources, participate in leadership development opportunities, and build coalitions across identity groups to collaborate and advocate on behalf of themselves and others.
Case Manager at Access Services
Access Services Mobile Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services Program is hiring full-time Case Managers to support adults with serious mental illness in Bucks County. Please bring a resume for an immediate interview. Events at 882 Jacksonville Rd, Suite 203 - Ivyland, PA 18974 on:
- May 16 from 4–7 p.m.
- May 17 and 18 from 9 a.m. to noon
- Ability to assist individuals who experience behavioral health struggles to live independently in the community
- Bachelor’s degree in a related field including human services, social work, psychology, special education or another related field
- Current valid driver’s license, reliable vehicle, and proof of adequate car insurance
Please contact Lead Recruiter Jackie Spinosa for more information at email@example.com.
Intensive Prevention Services (IPS) Assistant Director at Diversified Community Services
Intensive Prevention Services is a prevention-oriented service, one in a continuum, supported by the Philadelphia Department of Human Services. The purpose of the program is to promote pro-social behavior for at-risk youth by providing a comprehensive set of services. The IPS Director will oversee the delivery of counseling, case management and social services to the entire cohort of approximately 50 youth and their respective families. The Assistant Director will lead the IPS team and oversee daily operations, including collaborating with agency partners.
MSW or Master's in Behavioral Helath or related field, and three to five years of supervisory, managerial and leadership experience required. Click here for the full job description and instructions to apply.
Quality Review Specialist at the Drueding Center
In keeping with Drueding Center's core principles of healing from trauma, restoring hope and rapidly ending homelessness, this position is responsible for supporting a learning culture through the coordination of all data entry, analysis and reporting of program outcomes to aid to program development and delivery. The Quality Review Specialist also prepares all agency annual reports/updates.
Intellectual Disabilities Supports Coordinator at Partnership for Community Supports
The Intellectual Disability Supports Coordinator will work with individuals with intellectual disabilities and their families on the phone and in person, often in the home. The Supports Coordinator will ensure that the needs and wishes of the individuals are addressed and life opportunities are expanded. Duties include developing person-centered plans, locating, coordinating and monitoring services and Family Driven supports for individuals with intellectual disabilities.
Medical Case Manager at Harbor House
The Medical Case Manager will provide a full range of HIV case management services to 20 intensive need clients, and work in a responsible manner to assist formerly homeless individuals who are living with HIV/AIDS, psychiatric disabilities and/or substance abuse. The Medical Case Manager will complete Intake in accordance with Pathways Intake and Assessment procedure and participate in on-call rotation.
Medical Case Manager at the AIDS Activities Coordinating Office
The Medical Case Manager will provide the full range of case management services to HIV positive clients, assigned to caseload of approximately 40-45 clients. Weekly meetings are held at Action Wellness’ main office in Center City. The Medical Case Manager will assess clients’ needs; develop, implement and monitor service care plans; and conduct home visits as necessary.
Community Outreach Coordinator at Pennsylvania Harm Reduction Coalition
Since our inception, PAHRC has worked on improving drug policy and reducing the widespread destruction the overdose epidemic has had in Pennsylvania. People who use drugs are a population at risk, and frequently interact with law enforcement. PAHRC has partnered with the Pennsylvania Sheriffs Association to develop and launch a training series aimed at educating the law enforcement community on effective public health responses to the overdose crisis, and to demystify people who use drugs.
The Community Outreach Coordinator will lead this effort and be involved in organizational activities that delivers our message and mission to important communities — including sheriffs, municipal police officers, probation, parole, correctional staff, and other criminal justice professionals. The ideal candidate will thrive in a startup environment, and support other PAHRC activities — including but not limited to advocacy efforts, community organizing, and other activities. Please note that this is a remote position and candidate will need to reside in Pennsylvania.
Community Outreach Specialist at Pennsylvania Harm Reduction Coalition
Since our inception, PAHRC has worked on improving drug policy and reducingthe widespread destructionthe overdose epidemic has had in Pennsylvania. People who use drugs are a population at risk, and frequently interact with law enforcement. PAHRC has partnered with the Pennsylvania Sheriffs Association to develop and launch a training series aimed at educating the law enforcement community on effective public health responses to the overdose crisis, and to demystify people who use drugs.
The Community Outreach Specialist will support this effort and be involved in organizational activities that delivers our message and mission to important communities — including sheriffs, municipal police officers, probation, parole, correctional staff, and other criminal justice professionals. The ideal candidate will thrive in a startup environment, and support other PAHRC activities — including but not limited to advocacy efforts, community organizing, and other activities.
Social Workers, Counselors and Psychology Graduates at Duke TIP
Each year, Duke TIP hires more than a thousand seasonal employees to staff its educational programs in both online and face-to-face formats. Our programs take place at locations across the country—primarily in Southeast, Southwest, and Midwest states. Our seasonal program staff members teach innovative courses to academically talented students, design dynamic social activities that support their emotional and social development, and create a supportive community that encourages students to forge lifelong friendships with their peers.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.