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Friends of the Children – SF Bay Area (Friends-SF) is part of a growing national network of mentoring chapters with a proven long-term track record of helping children break the cycle of generational poverty.

We employ trained, full-time professional mentors – we call them “Friends” – to provide a stable, caring, and sustained relationship in each child’s life. Our program works to empower each child for 12-1/2 years, no matter what!

Each or our Professional Mentors develops intensive, long-term, trusting relationships with eight children who face the greatest obstacles. This means:

· Set positive expectations

· Nurture and promote the child’s individual strengths, talents and abilities

· Help assure physical and emotional well-being

· Teach life and academic skills

· Provide enrichment activities

· Model responsible behavior

· Each Friend will spend approximately four hours per week with each child and will report directly to the Program Director.

The ideal candidate will have:

· Minimum of AA degree, BA preferred

· At least 1-2 years experience working with youth who face the greatest obstacles

· Familiarity with the Bayview Hunters Point section of San Francisco or similar communities a plus.

Other Requirements:

· Must pass drug screening

· Must have your own vehicle, safe driving record and valid driver's license

· Must pass fingerprint and background checks

· Must possess a mission-driven growth mindset

· Must be comfortable using web based data management tools

· Work hours may vary at times, but are generally 10am-6pm, Tuesday - Saturday. Flexibility and reliability is essential.

· You’ll start in the early stages of a small growing nonprofit

· You’ll be part of a dynamic and supportive national network, with a proven, evidence-based mentoring model;

· You’ll have new challenges daily, and we commit to support you in every way, to help you serve our kids and to keep your batteries charged;

· You’ll be part of a friendly and collaborative workplace, where work-life balance is respected; and

· Most of all, you’ll play a critical role in helping children who face significant obstacles change the trajectories of their lives!

Salary: $45,600 to $50,000, depending on experience and qualifications.

Benefits: Full Medical, dental and vision coverage; 401(k) matching plan, basic life insurance and long term disability insurance; 3 weeks of paid vacation and 2 weeks of paid sick leave per year, generous allowances for mileage, cellphone and other child-related expenses.

To learn more about Friends-SF, please go to:

Friends of the Children – SF Bay Area is committed to our community, to equal employment opportunity, and to diversity in our workplace. We are fiercely committed to equity and will ensure that every aspect of our mission is executed with full engagement of the communities impacted by our work.

Local (San Francisco Bay Area) candidates only.


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Reading Partners AmeriCorps Member (2020-21)

San Francisco Bay Area

San Francisco & Oakland

Full time

Reading Partners is changing the education landscape. We are a leader in working to solve the literacy crisis in our country by leveraging community volunteers and AmeriCorps service members in under-resourced elementary schools. Our dedicated and expansive volunteer base provides one-on-one tutoring to students twice weekly, and our program is proven to help children master the reading fundamentals they need to unlock their potential as successful and confident readers in school and in life. Our people are the heart and soul of our organization, and our greatest resource; we are all passionately rallied around our mission to help children become lifelong learners by empowering communities to provide individualized instruction that works. Join our stellar team leading the charge to deepen our impact and expand our service. 

 

AmeriCorps/VISTA engages more than 80,000 Americans in intensive service each year at nonprofits, schools, public agencies, and community and faith-based groups across the country. Since the program s founding in 1994, over 1 million AmeriCorps members have contributed more than 1.4 billion hours in service across America while tackling pressing problems and mobilizing more than 2.3 million volunteers for the organizations they serve.

At Reading Partners we have to mobilize 350 full-time AmeriCorps and VISTA members to serve in various positions across the country. This AmeriCorps service opportunity is school-based supporting and implementing the Reading Partners mission while at the same time exemplifying the AmeriCorps motto of getting things done. Reading Partners strives to recruit AmeriCorps members dedicated to a year of service in the community.

The Roles

Interested in direct service in one or multiple elementary schools? Check out our school-based AmeriCorps opportunities below!

The AmeriCorps Site Coordinator is the face of Reading Partners within our reading centers in elementary schools, leading the full-time program coordination, operations, and relationship development at their school. This is an exciting opportunity to serve directly with kids, coach volunteers, build partnerships with faculty and staff, and gain hands-on-experience with a literacy program that works!

What you ll do & how you ll do it:

Program implementation - Coordinate the day-to-day operations of Reading Partners program at a partner school to ensure the Reading Partners program and curriculum meet students learning needs.


  • Leading program implementation is a huge responsibility! As the head of a reading center, Site Coordinators demonstrate a strong understanding of our program and can effectively coach volunteer tutors through the curriculum. Superb organizational skills are paramount in meeting student enrollment goals (an average of 40-80 students), coordinating constantly changing schedules, managing accurate student and tutor data records, and tracking student progress through regular assessments. Site Coordinators also serve directly with students to provide ongoing tutoring throughout the year.

Relationship management & communication - Forge and maintain positive relationships within the school community to create a welcoming environment for students, volunteer tutors, faculty, and staff.


  • Fostering relationships within the school community is a key component of a Site Coordinator s success. Site Coordinators demonstrate an aptitude for communication, adapting their communication styles to best suit the needs of students, volunteer tutors, Reading Partners colleagues, and school-based faculty/staff. The ability to motivate kids in their learning and to manage their behavior is a significant responsibility, as is the ability to train, guide, and give feedback to volunteer tutors.

The AmeriCorps Regional Site Coordinator plays a critical role in our school-based team within the region. This role serves as a mobile coordinator to support multiple reading centers. They accomplish this by tutoring, identifying trends, sharing best practices across schools, and supporting AmeriCorps Site Coordinators.

What you ll do & how you ll do it:

Program support - Collaborate with AmeriCorps Site Coordinators to implement the Reading Partners program at a portfolio of partner school sites, ensuring that all students receive support to meet their learning needs.


  • The Regional Site Coordinator is an extension of the greater Reading Partners team. In serving multiple school sites, Regional Site Coordinators must develop a strong understanding of our curriculum and how to implement them across different reading centers. This knowledge is key to identifying regional trends and partnering with the local team to share best practices and resources across schools. Regional Site Coordinators often provide additional targeted tutoring support to students and coaching to volunteer tutors to improve program quality. If needed, Regional Site Coordinators may be asked to transition into the Site Coordinator role at a specific elementary school.

Relationship management & communication - Forge and maintain positive relationships within multiple school communities and with AmeriCorps peers to create welcoming environments for students, volunteer tutors, faculty, and staff.


  • Strong relationships are a cornerstone of the Regional Site Coordinator s success. Because Regional Site Coordinators interact with a significant number of students, volunteer tutors, Reading Partners staff, and school faculty/staff across the region, the ability to foster trust and positive relationships is a must. The aptitude to guide and give feedback to volunteer tutors is critical, as is the ability to identify student and tutor trends throughout individual school sites.

The AmeriCorps Literacy Lead is a direct tutoring support within our reading centers, focusing on target students in need of more individualized instruction. This is an exciting opportunity to provide intensive tutoring to kids, support the research and creation of literacy trainings, and get a hands-on approach to an educational program that works!

What you ll do and how you ll do it:

Direct tutoring & student support - Tutor an average of 15 target students twice per week, identifying alternative methods to provide more intensive and individualized literacy strategies to meet our students learning needs.


  • The Literacy Lead is an exciting role that hones in on tutoring and educational best practices. Literacy Leads partner with the region s school-based team to support site setup at multiple reading centers through the first month of launch. Once assigned to a reading center, our Literacy Leads collaborate with AmeriCorps Site Coordinators to identify, assess, and tutor students in need of additional instruction. A strong ability to understand our program is crucial, as is a love for serving directly with students. Literacy Leads may also research, create, and facilitate tutor trainings to share best practices and improve student outcomes.

Relationship management & communication - Forge and maintain positive relationships within the elementary school community to create a welcoming environment for students.


  • Creating strong relationships with target students is a significant aspect of the Literacy Lead s role. Because Literacy Leads regularly tutor a portfolio of approximately 15 students, an inherent passion and ability to connect with and motivate children towards success is crucial.

About You!

You ll be successful in this role if you:


  • Are dedicated to national and community service

  • Understand this position is an AmeriCorps service commitment and are dedicated to successfully completing a full term term of service.

  • Demonstrate a passion for working with children

  • Possess a natural ability to connect with people

  • Are eager for a dynamic schedule

  • Pay strong attention to detail and manage competing priorities effectively

  • Boast a deep belief in and passionately promote our mission

  • Demonstrate a love for relationship building and public speaking

  • Have flexibility and adaptability in both work style and work environment

  • Take initiative in meeting goals and seeking professional growth

  • Can problem-solve through challenges and failures

  • Can quickly learn new technology systems like Salesforce, and have a high level of comfort with Microsoft Office and Google Apps

  • Root your work in our core values

  • Possess a high school diploma or GED

  • Hold US Citizenship or Permanent Resident Status

  • Have not completed more than three (3) prior AmeriCorps or VISTA service terms

Bonus Points if you:


  • Are an AmeriCorps, Peace Corps, and other national service alum/alumna

  • Have experience volunteering with other community-based or education programs

What we offer:


  • AmeriCorps members earn an annual living stipend of $23,000

  • AmeriCorps members are eligible for medical, dental, and vision coverage at no cost for our members; childcare assistance is available through AmeriCorps for those who qualify.

  • AmeriCorps members can earn an education award of $6,195 after successfully completing their service term.

  • You may be eligible for student loan forbearance on federal student loans.

  • We offer an exciting and dynamic culture, and we commit to investing in and supporting our amazing people to grow their careers with us. As such, we provide ongoing professional development opportunities.

The other things you need to know:



  • Service Terms: AmeriCorps members serve full-time (approximately 40 hours/week) from August 2020 through June 2021, and must commit to a service term of 1700 hours over an 11-month period.


  • Travel: AmeriCorps members regularly travel to school sites throughout the week, and need access to reliable transportation on a daily basis. AmeriCorps members also make occasional trips to regional offices and service day events.


  • Reading Partners AmeriCorps Orientation: At the start of each program year, Reading Partners holds an intensive program orientation training to take a deeper dive into our program, foster relationships with regional teams, and learn the skills necessary to execute their respective AmeriCorps role.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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Applications will be considered on a rolling basis. Position will remain posted until filled. No phone inquiries.


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Do you want to make a difference in the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities? We are looking for candidates to work within a team environment with the individuals supported, their families and providers in the community. This position provides assistance to individuals with developmental disabilities to lead more independent and productive lives by coming up with innovative, person centered approaches to improve the quality of services to individuals supported by the Agency in a compassionate and creative environment.

The Intake Specialist acts as the first point of contact between potential Early Start and continuing clients and the Regional Center. The position also needs to provide basic information on services and secure information to determine eligibility requirements and potential services. This position requires travel to offices and meetings throughout the Bay Area. Occasional statewide travel to sites throughout California may be required. Fluency in both written and verbal Spanish is required.

DUTIES

Solicit all intake information from applicants, provide information regarding GGRC services, and refer qualified clients to Assessment Team or other community resources (when indicated). Provide general information and referrals regarding resources and services to clients and callers. Explain GGRC procedures and policies, including legislation and due process rights. Ensure the required timeframes, policies and procedures are met.

Input intake information and notes into system. Confirm client’s ‘first time’ status in Regional Center system. Maintain database of calls and documentation of applicant’s inquiries. Complete and maintain all required forms and reports according to regulations and procedures. Complete monthly statistics.

Determine place of residence in accordance with guidelines. Review and determine appropriateness of applications for service. Maintain information and referral services. Assist in determining referrals for outreach services. Provide administrative support to unit as needed. Participate in special projects and assist with additional duties or tasks, as assigned.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

• Associate Degree from an accredited college of social welfare or related human services field required. Bachelor's degree is preferred;

• 1+ year client interaction and evaluation experience;

• Work experience with developmentally disabled;

• Experience in the field of Early Childhood Development desired;

• Case Management experience preferred;

• Experience in multi-cultural settings and/or multi-lingual capacity.

SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES

• Able to speak clearly and be understood by native Spanish speakers and to understand relevant spoken/written dialects, as appropriate;

• Good interview skills and able to assess individual needs and input detailed notes into system while interviewing;

• Excellent communication skills in producing documents in a business manner and conveying complex information in a clear, concise and professional manner;

• Familiar with issues associated with working with developmentally disabled;

• Familiar with MS Office and Adobe products;

• Able to operate basic office equipment;

• Time management and organizational skills;

• Initiative and decision making;

• Customer and detail oriented.

Salary starts at $3,500.00 per month

ABOUT THE AGENCY

Golden Gate Regional Center is a private non-profit agency that provides assistance. We offer competitive pay, outstanding benefits, and a dynamic work environment. We have over 200 employees located in San Francisco, Marin and San Mateo counties.

GGRC is an equal employment opportunity employer.

Local candidates only please. No phone calls.


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Full Time LCSW wanted for a Tech Behavioral Health Company in San Jose, CA.


$50/hr plus full benefits


32-40 hours a week.


Must be able to start in 2 weeks


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Full Time LCSW wanted for a Tech Behavioral Health Company in Oakland, CA.


$50/hr plus full benefits


32-40 hours a week.


Must be able to start in 2 weeks


Email us to apply.



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Position: Case Manager / Eligibility Worker
Salary: Depending on Experience
Reports to: Program Supervisor

Position Summary:
The Case Manager determines eligibility of families for subsidized child care services.  The Case Manager functions as a family partner and provides supportive resources that will enable parents to achieve self-sufficiency.  An effective Case Manager balances communication, problem solving, relationship building and coaching/educating parents and child care providers.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
 Determine eligibility and need for services in accordance with State Department of Education program requirements
 Maintain family files, hard copy and electronic
 Request, verify and process information/documentation prior to authorizing child care payment
 Provide community resources, information and support about child development/education/parenting issue and may coordinate services with appropriate agencies depending on need of the family
 Engage parent in a positive relationship, supporting progress toward family goals
 Ability to relate positively and effectively with people of varied academic, cultural and socio-economic background using tact, diplomacy and courtesy with a professional demeanor
 Exercise appropriate judgment and discretion in analyzing and problem solving
 Outstanding communication skills oral and written
 Responsible for complying with all Federal, State, and local laws and regulations, CA Education Code, Title 5 regulations, Funding Terms and Conditions for each grant, and subsequent Management Bulletins issued by the Federal and State governments as it relates to the administration of Child Development programs.

Education and/or Experience:
 BA degree in Child Development or social service related field

www.4c.org
The 4C Council of Santa Clara County, Inc. is committed to workforce diversity. Qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, disability, color, creed, religion, age, national origin, ancestry, veteran status, gender, sexual orientation or non-job related factors in hiring. We invite all applicants to confidentially self-identify when applying. The 4C Council adheres to the provisions of ADA regarding reasonable accommodation procedures.

Company Description

The Community Child Care Council (4C Council) is a non-profit, community-based agency that serves as the community childcare link for families and childcare professionals who live and work primarily in Santa Clara County, California. The agency and its staff are proud to serve the Silicon Valley families, for more than 46 years. It is currently supported by the California Department of Education, US Department of Agriculture, County of Santa Clara and the City of San Jose. The 4C Council provides Early Care and Education, Information, Referrals, childcare voucher payments, nutrition services and family supportive services to families, children, and child care providers within Santa Clara County.


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Job Summary:


Great opportunity to work with an established agency as a Lead BCBA (Board Certified Behavior Analyst)/LCSW/LMFT providing ABA therapy for the developmentally disabled within the San Jose area.


Compensation:


  • $60,000+ DOE

Lead BCBA (Board Certified Behavior Analyst)/LCSW/LMFT Benefits:



  • Competitive salary

  • Health, Vision, Dental

  • 401K

  • PTO

  • Sick Leave


Board Certified Behavior Analysis (BCBA)/LCSW/LMFT Job Duties:



  • Responsible for the implementation, oversight and quality of all clinical services for assigned caseload, including quality assurance and standardization of clinical models and programs

  • Responsible for ensuring standardized implementation of clinical policies and procedures across the agency

  • Responsible for the implementation and ongoing enhancement of all clinical training and supervision programs

  • Collaborates with the Senior Clinical Director and CEO to develop growth, contract fulfillment, and staff efficiency initiatives and projections

  • Establishes and maintains a community presence specific to behavior analytic and related associations · Responsible for teaching and maintaining ethical behavior within the agency

  • Maintain compliance and train agency-wide on the standards set forth by the BACB.

  • Create curriculums for training material


Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)/LMFT/LCSW Credentials:



  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst Experience:

  • Minimum of 2 years as a practicing Board Certified Behavior Analyst

  • Minimum of 3 years of supervisory experience specific to assessment and implementation of behavior analytic treatment plans

  • Minimum of 2 years of supervisory experience specific to clinical supervision, training and oversight of Board Certified Behavior Analysts

  • Demonstrated leadership skills including, but not limited to, effective communication, creation and maintenance of positive and engaging company culture and solution-oriented problem solving

  • Strong working knowledge of behavior analytic assessment, data analysis, program design, and treatment implementation

  • Strong networking skills demonstrated by community involvement specific to behavior analysis, education, and/or autism services

  • Experience developing and implementing systematic clinical and compliance training programs for both small and large groups


Additional Skills:



  • Ability to speak effectively before groups of employees and consumers

  • Ability to write professional reports and correspondences

  • Ability to consistently communicate positive enthusiasm toward staff and individuals supported by Roman Empire Agency.

  • Ability to manage multiple projects through completion while maintaining strong attention to detail

  • Ability to both provide and accept feedback, creating behavior change over time

  • Ability to consistently meet deadlines

  • Ability to work independently and within a larger group


License:



  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst BCBA or

  • LCSW or

  • LMFT


Job Type: Full-time


Salary: $60,000.00 to $90,000.00 /year


Company Description

www.romanempireagency.com


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DUTIES / RESPONSIBILITIES:


Clinical Practices and Case Management



  1. Utilize independent judgement and discretion to provide case management to a panel of participants. 

  2. Conduct initial and routine psychosocial assessments on new and existing participants in order to develop, implement and update individualized care plans and interventions.

  3. Partner with caregivers and support system to develop care plan and deliver services.

  4. Identify risks and other psychosocial problems. 

  5. Identify service needs of each participant; advocate, refer, coordinate and follow up in a timely fashion.

  6. Provide individual counseling.

  7. Facilitate family conferences.

  8. Reach out to the larger community to meet participants' specific needs.

  9. Assess needs and complete discharge planning when a participant dis-enrolls from On Lok.

  10. Facilitate participant and/or caregiver groups and participate in special events such as weekend caregiver workshops.


Interdisciplinary Team Member Roles and Responsibilities



  1. Act as the main liaison between participants, caregivers, the team, and the community.

  2. Work with relevant departments such as Health Plan and other community agencies (e.g. RCFE, NF, DAAS)

  3. Adhere to all ethical and legal standards of social work practices.

  4. Comply with all On Lok policies & procedures including but not limited to PACE, safety, and confidentiality requirements.

  5. Fulfill all documentation requirements in a timely and accurate manner.

  6. Actively participate in team meetings, advocate for the needs of participants and their caregivers, compromise differences among team members, support and carry out team plans.

  7. Incorporate the Healthcare Hospitality G.R.E.A.T. Practices for 5-Star service.

  8. Assist in the continuous quality improvement of social work services and efficiency of systems.

  9. All other reasonably related duties as assigned.


QUALIFICATIONS (knowledge, skills, abilities):



  1. Graduate of an accredited college with a Master's of Social Work degree.

  2. Minimum one-year experience with the frail or elderly.

  3. Experience or ability in working with a diverse population.

  4. Experience working within the framework of an interdisciplinary team.

  5. Good interpersonal skills including ability to work cooperatively on an interdisciplinary team.

  6. Highly organized, able to prioritize tasks and conduct thorough follow-up.

  7. Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

  8. Computer literate and basic knowledge of Microsoft Office.

  9. Bilingual ability may be required for specific assignments.

  10. Experience with electronic health record system (preferred).

  11. Minimum one-year post MSW experience (preferred).

  12. Minimum one-year case management experience (preferred).

  13. Minimum one-year health care related experience (preferred).


WORKING CONDITIONS:



  1. Required to work in the field such as participant's home and other community settings.

  2. May be required to travel to other locations for meetings or trainings.

  3. Required to work in a fast pace, highly distractible setting.


PHYSICAL & MENTAL REQUIREMENTS:



  1. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. The employee occasionally is required to climb and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. 

  2. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, and ability to adjust focus. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  3. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.


The above statements are intended to describe the general nature of work performed.  They are not considered as an exhaustive list of all job tasks performed.  On Lok reserves the right to change job descriptions, work hours or work sites as required by the program.


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SAT Healthcare recognizes the effort of a traveler. As a result, SAT Healthcare offers you travel jobs with the highest pay in the industry. Furthermore, we make sure that when you collaborate with us, you’ll enjoy the shifts you want and flexible-length assignments.


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Job Location: CA-San Jose


Scheduled Hours:  M-F, 8a-5p plus on-call


Seasons Hospice & Palliative Care is seeking a Social Worker to join our team of professionals. We make a difference every day to patients and families coping with end of life illness in creating a center of excellence in hospice care.


Overview


The Social Worker supports the business development activities of the organization. As a member of the hospice interdisciplinary team, provide social service counseling and guidance to facilitate the maximum function and coping capacity of each patient and family member while following all hospice policies and procedures, in accordance with the interdisciplinary plan of care. Support the Provider Relations activities of the organization. Provide bereavement counseling to family members as identified.


Qualifications


Must have a minimum of a Master of Social Work (MSW) degree from a school of social work accredited by the Council on Social Work Education.


Qualifications for state-specific requirements above Seasons minimum education standards are as follows:


o AZ: Must be licensed by the state at a minimum of LMSW.
o CT: Must have a minimum of a Master of Social Work (MSW) and be licensed as an LCSW in the State of Connecticut; or have an MSW and be directly supervised by an LCSW on staff.
o Minimum of three years’ experience in a health care setting.
o IL: Must be licensed in the state as an LSW or LCSW.
o MA: Must be licensed to practice social work in the state as a Licensed Independent Practitioner of Clinical Social Work, or be a Licensed Certified Social Worker.
o MI: Must be licensed in the state as an LSW, LMSW, or LCSW.
o MD: Must have clinical experience in counseling and casework and be licensed by the state as an LGSW, LCSW, or LCSW-C.
o NJ: Must have an approved license by the NJ Board of Social Work Examiners.
o OR: Must have CSWA.
o TX: Must be licensed to practice social work in the state.
o WI: Must be certified/licensed in the state


Minimum one year of social work experience in a healthcare delivery system is required; two years’ experience is preferred.
Must have reliable transportation, a valid driver’s license, and the minimum state required liability auto insurance.
Demonstrated commitment to the Seasons Hospice philosophy of care, values, mission statement and organizational culture.


Additional Qualifications for a Level II Social Worker:


Must hold the highest level of licensure within the state, as indicated in the table below; and/or currently hold the ACHP-SW advanced certification.
Must have greater than two years of full-time experience as a social worker.


Additional Qualifications for a Level III Social Worker:


Must hold the highest level of licensure within the state, as indicated in the table below.


Must hold the ACHP-SW advanced certification.


  •  WI Only – Must hold the highest level of licensure within the state and/or the ACHP-SW advanced certification.

Must have greater than five years of full-time experience as a social worker


LCSW: AZ, CA, CO, CT, DE, FL, GA, IL, IN, NJ, OR, PA, TX, WI


LMSW: MI


LCSW-C: MD


LICSW: MA


LAMSW: MO


CSW: NV


Company Description

Seasons Hospice is a community-based organization with a mission to find creative solutions that add quality to end-of-life care. Founded in 1997, Seasons Hospice & Palliative Care is the fifth largest Hospice provider in the nation. Seasons provides high quality clinical and compassionate care to patients and families in 15 states through our 20 Medicare-certified home care clinical operations and 10 Hospice Inpatient Centers. In 2012, Seasons caregivers served more than 16,000 patients of all ages and totaling more than 1 million patient days.


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Vivo HealthStaff is looking for Medical Social Workers for a non-profit outpatient geriatric center in San Jose.


The Social Worker provides direct case management services to participants. The primary role of the MSW is to assist participants and their families/caregivers to cope with the social and emotional issues and practical arrangements related to maintaining their independence. With support from the Social Work Lead, the MSW serves as an integral member of the Interdisciplinary team (IDT) providing assessments, coordination, treatment planning, information and referral to community resources and other social work services to meet the complex needs of participants and their families.


DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:


Clinical Practices and Case Management:



  • Utilize independent judgment and discretion to provide case management to a panel of participants.

  • Conduct initial and routine psychosocial assessments on new and existing participants in order to develop, implement and update individualized care plans and interventions.

  • Partner with caregivers and support systems to develop care plans and deliver services.

  • Identify risks and other psychosocial problems.

  • Identify service needs of each participant; advocate, refer, coordinate and follow up in a timely fashion.

  • Provide individual counseling.

  • Facilitate family conferences.

  • Reach out to the larger community to meet participants' specific needs.

  • Assess needs and complete discharge planning when a participant dis-enrolls.

  • Facilitate participant and/or caregiver groups and participate in special events such as weekend caregiver workshops.


Interdisciplinary Team Member Roles and Responsibilities:



  • Act as the main liaison between participants, caregivers, the team, and the community.

  • Work with relevant departments such as Health Plan and other community agencies (e.g. RCFE, NF, DAAS)

  • Adhere to all ethical and legal standards of social work practices.

  • Comply with all policies & procedures including but not limited to safety, and confidentiality requirements.

  • Fulfill all documentation requirements in a timely and accurate manner.

  • Actively participate in team meetings, advocate for the needs of participants and their caregivers, compromise differences among team members, support and carry out team plans.

  • Incorporate the Healthcare Hospitality G.R.E.A.T. Practices for 5-Star service.

  • Assist in the continuous quality improvement of social work services and the efficiency of systems.

  • All other reasonably related duties as assigned.


QUALIFICATIONS:



  • Graduate of an accredited college with a Master's of Social Work degree.

  • Minimum one-year experience with the frail or elderly.

  • Experience or ability in working with a diverse population.

  • Experience working within the framework of an interdisciplinary team.

  • Good interpersonal skills including the ability to work cooperatively on an interdisciplinary team.

  • Highly organized, able to prioritize tasks and conduct thorough follow-up.

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

  • Computer literate and basic knowledge of Microsoft Office.

  • Bilingual ability desired, not required.

  • Experience with electronic health record systems (preferred).

  • Minimum one-year post MSW experience.

  • Minimum one-year case management experience.

  • Minimum one-year health care related experience.


 


Might be required to work in the field such as participant's home and other community settings.


May be required to travel to other locations for meetings or training.


Required to work in a fast pace, highly distractible setting.



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We are in the business of changing lives while maintaining a positive culture committed to excellence, teamwork and authenticity! #workhardbekind.




We need an exceptional school-based Clinical Social Worker or School Therapist for a full-time position in Stanford, CA. We're looking for a Clinical Social Worker or School Therapist who can start immediately and work through the balance of the school year. This role will provide the opportunity to engage with a wonderful district with passionate educators, engaged and supportive parents, and dozens of children who are in desperate need of your gifts! Clinical Social Worker needs to have experience with ERMS. This position will be providing therapy, case management, and assessments. Caseload is 16 all SPED high school students. We would love to share specific details on the role and us, TherapyTravelers. 




Our team here at TherapyTravelers appreciates our unique culture of corporate responsibility - they continue to feel seen, heard, and valued. Along with having the best contracts, pay, & benefits around -- TherapyTravelers continues to be the best firm in the business.




Job Requirements



  • Desire to bring life-giving excellence to school-aged children

  • 1 year of verifiable, supervised professional experience as a School Social Worker within the last 3 years (may include residency, internship, clinical practicum)

  • Valid School Social Worker license or credential in the state of practice, or ability to obtain one

  • Mandated Reporter Training Certificate 


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Our mission is to attract, empower and retain the finest therapists. We do this so that every human can manifest their full potential.


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"Passion is the difference between having a Job or having a Career." Rebekah Children's Services is passionate about Mental Health and providing the best care to our clients and community. We are looking for individuals who share in our passion of Mental Health and Quality Care.


Our Story


Rebekah Children's Services has been serving Children and Families since 1897, and is committed to seeing our community flourish by building pathways of Hope, Happiness and Well-Being. Our agency offers family-centered mental health services, education and training that promotes healing, healthy development, and future success of those we serve.


Benefits:



  • Competitive Salary

  • 100% Employee paid benefit package; Medical, Dental, and Vision

  • 401K matching plan

  • Opportunities for growth and further training

  • Excellent PTO package

  • Family oriented environment

  • Work, Life Balance focused  


POSITION SUMMARY


Under the general direction of a Community Services’ Clinical Program Manager, and requiring independent judgment in the application of established procedures, works with the Clinical Program Manager to develop and then implement Assessments and Treatment Plans for children and families who are engaged in individual and family therapy, case management, placement and on-going support services documentation for children entering or living in a approved Family Linkage Resource Family home, training and approval process for new families interested in fostering or adopting youth, and recruitment of new potential families.  Performance of the typical responsibilities and duties requires the ability to perform the job duties, explain to/instruct others, persuade others, involving job-related matters generally of moderate complexity.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS


Education, Training, and Experience



  • MSW, MA, or PhD.

  • Individual must meet Community Care Licensing requirements for a Masters Degree exception

  • License preferred. Current registration with BBS or the Board of Psychology if not licensed.

  • Two years experience working with high-needs children and families. Experience working in children’s mental health setting emphasizing a family systems perspective is preferred.

  • Bilingual/ Bicultural (Spanish/English) is preferred


License(s)


  • California driver’s license (and good DMV report), ability to be insured by agency insurance carrier.

Knowledge and Skills



  • Individual, family, child therapy.

  • Advanced skills in crisis intervention, suicide assessment, conflict resolution, and interpersonal communication.

  • Knowledge of principles of developmental psychology, including physical, mental, emotional maturation patterns, and special needs and problems of adolescents and younger children, basic listening, communication, interviewing, and counseling techniques.

  • Knowledge of principles and techniques of casework, clinical work with children and families, role and function of public social service agencies and regulations and policies related to foster care.

  • Understanding of and ability to teach child and family development and the dynamics relating to abused children and foster parenting.

  • Leadership and organizational skills.

  • Strong ability to work as part of a team when needed including during regular business hours, after hours, and some holidays when identified or required.

  • Ability to complete Assessments and develop and implement individualized Treatment Plans along with other reports and documentation consistent with foster care and adoptions work.

  • Excellent time management skills.

  • Mental Health Rehabilitation Option knowledge.

  • Foster care system knowledge.

  • Knowledge of and ability to access other community resources.

  • Ability to work with a balance of independence and creative use of supervision from the Clinical Program Manager.

  • Ability to coordinate and manage volunteers, services and staff.

  • Special Requirements


Special Requirements        


  • Must be able to meet and receive a criminal records clearance as required by Title XXII licensing regulations.​

TYPICAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES (*: The non-essential functions)



  • Provides individual and family therapeutic services including the completion of all required coordinated care documents and progress notes.

  • Supports the ongoing development of a strength-based system philosophy consistent with Wraparound Values and Principles within the service components of the Family Linkage Program.

  • Provides quality, culturally proficient and relevant therapeutic, educational, preventative, and crisis services to children and their families in community-based and in-home settings.  Participate in an on-call rotation to support 24/7 access to crisis services.

  • Maintains professional standards regarding Client’s Rights.

  • Demonstrates an understanding of and adherence to laws, ethics and policies regarding mandated child abuse reporting, duty to warn, confidentiality, dual relationships, and the protection of the welfare of the client, family, and community.  Assists families and others in understanding and maintaining compliance with Title XXII regulations and other standards set by accrediting bodies.

  • Participates in agency goals of continuous quality improvement.

  • Supervises and coordinates the placement and care of children in Resource Family homes.  Must work collaboratively with county partners/social workers, prospective parent(s), and other RCS staff to coordinate best matches and facilitate placement.

  • Develops needs and service plans for each child in coordination with the Resource Family and the placing agency.

  • Participates in and supervises each child’s service plan, completes required written reports case record updates in accordance with program guidelines, State, and County requirements.

  • Provides on-going supervision and support of Resource Families via regular visitations to Resource Family homes to monitor progress and provide supportive services including but not limited to educational support and access to psychiatric care, neurological consultations, and other professional consultants/treatment providers.

  • Oversees the visiting procedures for biological family, guardians or other authorized visitors.

  • Facilitates family therapy with the birth family when appropriate.

  • Supervises and participates in the admission and release of children, and the matching of children to Resource Families.

  •  Attends court appearances as necessary.

  • Works cooperatively with fellow employees and the general public and exercises judgment, tact and diplomacy in inter-personal relationships with children, parents, staff or other members of the public.  Participates in the development and implementation of such collaborative programming.

  • Participates in the recruitment, certification and training of Resource Families.

  • Demonstrates team leadership and advocacy in empowering family and support people in attaining permanency, safety, well-being and their self-determined quality of life. 

  • Utilizes supervision, consultation and training as necessary to continue to provide high quality services to children and their families as effectively and efficiently as possible.

  • Utilizes community linkage resources to best meet the needs of the children and families served.


Company Description

Gilroy Chamber of Commerce 2017 Non-Profit of the Year!

Rebekah Children's Services was established in 1897 as an orphanage until the 1950's. In the 1950's the services transitioned to meet the needs of the community and began accepting children with mental health treatment needs.

We are dedicated to promoting the social, emotional and physical well being of the children and families. Our vision is to be the national leader in creating, shaping teaching and providing services that achieve positive, permanent outcomes for children and families.


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Bridge Hospice is currently looking for an experienced, talented and dynamic Hospice Social Worker. We are committed to providing the highest quality home-based patient care experience, in an atmosphere of respect and dignity. If you want to be a part of a team that is the premier provider of post-acute care, then we want to hear from you!


Social Worker Hopsice Job Responsibilities



  • Implement standards of care for medical social work services.

  • Must have a Master's degree in social work.

  • Assess psychosocial status of patient related to their illness.

  • Plans interventions based on patient needs and findings.

  • Participates in patients plan of care.


Social Worker Hopsice Required Skills



  • Graduate of an accredited Master's degree program in social work.

  • At least one year of experience in Health Care.

  • Current AHA CPR certification.

  • Licensed driver with an automobile that is insured and in good working condition.

  • Self-starter and enjoys working in a fast-paced environment with minimal supervision.

  • Excellent problem-solving, observation, written and verbal communication skills.

  • Home Health or Hospice experience, a plus.

  • Psych experience, a plus.


Compensation & Benefits



  • Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance

  • PTO

  • Paid Holidays

  • Paid Sick Days

  • 401K


 


The above statements are intended to be a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities performed by incumbents of this job. The incumbents may be requested to perform job related tasks other than those stated in this description.


 


 



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Job Description


 


Family Builders is a non-profit, licensed foster care and adoption agency, serving children in the foster care system. Family Builders believes that every child has the right to grow up in a permanent, nurturing family regardless of that child’s age, race, ethnicity, gender, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, or medical, physical or emotional condition. Family Builders educates the community about the needs of waiting children, advocates on their behalf, and places children with permanent, secure families through adoption, and other forms of permanence.


 


SUMMARY:


 


The Social Worker will implement a new innovative program model to provide family engagement, advocacy and support to families of LGBTQ and gender expansive youth in foster care and/or at risk of entering care. The Social Worker will also work in collaboration with the Santa Clara County Department of Family and Children’s Services to provide and coordinate comprehensive LGBTQ related support and consultation to workers.


 


The Social Worker will work with families and other caregivers of referred youth to build or rebuild relationships, educate and train, and provide other support as needed where there are challenges for family members in regards to the youth’s sexual orientation or gender identity/expression. The goal of the project is to achieve permanency for LGBTQ youth.


 


This position is based in Santa Clara County, with travel to the Family Builders main office in Oakland occasionally required.


 


QUALIFICATIONS:


 


Master’s Degree in social work, psychology, counseling or a related field. Experience working with youth in the foster care system and comprehensive SOGIE knowledge and experience working with LGBTQ youth. Experience working with African American and Latino families and communities. Current Driver’s License and a working automobile are required. Must be committed to the mission of the agency. Bilingual in Spanish and English is a plus. LGBT individuals and people of color are encouraged to apply.


 


Family Builders offers an excellent benefits package including medical, dental, vision, acupuncture, chiropractic, pension, and generous leave benefits.


 


Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to Family Builders by Adoption, Attn: Operations Manager, 1900 Embarcadero, Suite 303, Oakland, CA 94606, or email operationsmanager[at]familybuilders[dot]org.


 


www.familybuilders.org


 


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Family Builders is a non-profit, licensed foster care and adoption agency, serving children in the foster care system. Family Builders believes that every child has the right to grow up in a permanent, nurturing family regardless of that child’s age, race, ethnicity, gender, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, or medical, physical or emotional condition. Family Builders educates the community about the needs of waiting children, advocates on their behalf, and places children with permanent, secure families through adoption, and other forms of permanence.


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