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International company is looking for people to work in San Jose, Sacramento, and San Francisco Bay area.

 

1) Experience Health care Interpreters fully bilingual.

2) Some experience Health care Interpreters fully bilingual.

3) No-experienced fully bilingual people - we train.

 

We are a large interpreting company (in business since 1972).

 

The requirements are that you are bilingual in English and one of the following languages:

Albanian, Amharic, American Sign Language (ASL), Arabic, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Burmese, Cambodian, Cantonese, Croatian, Creole, Dari, Farsi, German, Gujarati, Hindi, Hmong, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Laotian, Mam, Mandarin, Mien, Mongolian, Nepali, Pashto, Polish, Portuguese, Punjabi, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Samoan, Spanish, Tagalog, Tigrinya, Thai, Tongan, Turkish, Urdu & Vietnamese.

 

You must pass our Language Proficiency Test both written and oral. You must be able to read and write in the languages you have indicated you speak.

 

Please email us your resume for consideration. We have full-time, part-time and on-call.

 

For your resume to be reviewed, you must indicate on the subject line of the email, the language(s) and dialect(s) you speak and the city where you live.

 

You MUST have a car and a valid driver's license.

 

Access our website www.ie-center.org, and click on "careers" at top of the page. You will see our location and access information about our company.


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The Social Worker provides direct case management services to participants. The primary role of the MSW is to assist participants and their family/caregivers to cope with the social and emotional issues and practical arrangements related to maintaining their independence. The MSW serves as an integral member of the Interdisciplinary team 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. Hours are M - F 8AM - 4:30PM, this is temp, temp to hire for the right person. No clinical supervision is offered for temp role. Most work is done onsite, center based, with the rare home visit. Center is a medical provider of a health plan that serves seniors. MSW required plus 1 year of geriatric experience.

Company Description

We are a staffing and recruiting agency that specializes in social services. We hire BA, BSW, MA, MSW, LCSW, MFT, PsyD and PhD candidates for temporary, temp to hire and direct hire opportunities throughout California. We have part time and full time positions available, both direct services and management.


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A permanent full time California Licensed Clinical Social Worker position for a Psychiatry & Behavioral Health outpatient office located in San Jose, CA.


We are a personalized medicine startup working to improve mental health care. We are working to make mental health care data-driven, personalized, and technologically advanced.


By leveraging our current technology of pharmacogenetic testing, next-generation clinical decision support software and analytics framework, wearables, electronic patient outcome monitoring, digital health applications, and our engineering team, we believe this will enable us to drastically improve the standard of mental health care.


As we grow, our engineering team will add AI-driven chat-bots, optimize psychotherapy, train machine learning models, and build mental health assessment software. Longer term, we are working on integrating whole exome sequencing, electroencephalography (EEG), transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), brain scans, and much more to our clinic.


Compensation:


$50/hour;
PTO/paid sick;
401k equivalent;
Malpractice insurance;


health insurance
In-office perks;
Schedule: 32-40 hours per week; compensation will be a mix of hourly and fee for service.


You can work M to TH 8-6 pm
or M to F 9-5 p.m.


Responsibilities:


Create comprehensive patient assessments
Aid in treatment planning
Complete documentation in compliance with clinical and state requirements
Aid in building a physician referral network to attract new patients
Work directly with bioengineers and software engineers to create technology to improve therapy patient outcomes


License or Certification:


MSW Degree
CA State LCSW licensure
Job Type: Full-time


Salary: $50.00/hour plus benefits


Email us your CV or resume to apply. We want to hire immediately.



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A permanent full time California Licensed Clinical Social Worker position for a Psychiatry & Behavioral Health outpatient office located in Palo Alto, CA.


We are a personalized medicine startup working to improve mental health care. We are working to make mental health care data-driven, personalized, and technologically advanced.


By leveraging our current technology of pharmacogenetic testing, next-generation clinical decision support software and analytics framework, wearables, electronic patient outcome monitoring, digital health applications, and our engineering team, we believe this will enable us to drastically improve the standard of mental health care.


As we grow, our engineering team will add AI-driven chat-bots, optimize psychotherapy, train machine learning models, and build mental health assessment software. Longer term, we are working on integrating whole exome sequencing, electroencephalography (EEG), transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), brain scans, and much more to our clinic.


Compensation:


$50/hour;
PTO/paid sick;
401k equivalent;
Malpractice insurance;


health insurance
In-office perks;
Schedule: 32-40 hours per week; compensation will be a mix of hourly and fee for service.


You can work M to TH 8-6 pm
or M to F 9-5 p.m.


Responsibilities:


Create comprehensive patient assessments
Aid in treatment planning
Complete documentation in compliance with clinical and state requirements
Aid in building a physician referral network to attract new patients
Work directly with bioengineers and software engineers to create technology to improve therapy patient outcomes


License or Certification:


MSW Degree
CA State LCSW licensure
Job Type: Full-time


Salary: $50.00 /hour plus benefits


Email us your CV or resume to apply. We want to hire immediately.



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New Directions a program of Peninsula Healthcare Connection


New Directions is currently recruiting a Social Work Case Manager to provide community-based, intensive case management services to individuals with complex medical and/or psychosocial needs who are also experiencing homelessness. Through our partnership with The Santa Clara County Office of Supportive Housing, we provide a "do whatever it takes" model of supportive services to ensure stability, self-sufficiency and overall improvement in quality of life to individuals that have been provided a housing subsidy through the Care Coordination Project.


 


Benefits:



  • 38 days PTO/Holidays per year

  • Paid Sabbatical after 5 years employment

  • 100% paid health, dental and vision benefits for employees

  • 401K with Employer Match

  • Paid Life Insurance

  • Small caseload

  • Supervision toward licensure (LCSW) and other opportunities for professional development

  • Strong support system

  • High staff retention rate


 


Requirements:



  • MSW preferred (this position is eligible for supervision of hours toward licensure)

  • BSW with applicable experience will be considered

  • Experience working in a field or community-based program with clients who are. identified as hard to reach and under-served

  • Demonstrated ability to develop collaborative partnerships with staff, government and private agencies

  • Valid CA driver’s license and clean DMV record


 


Duties Will Include:



  • Provide strengths based, trauma-informed, intensive case management services to adult clients with complex biopsychosocial issues

  • Interview new clients and complete biopsychosocial assessment to evaluate needs and create appropriate care plan

  • Provide crisis intervention for immediate housing needs, medical, mental health and substance use issues

  • Make recommendations and referrals to appropriate governmental or community-based programs and assist clients with linkage

  • Collaborate with other professionals as part of a multi-disciplinary team

  • Collaborate with partners such as Valley Homeless Healthcare, Office of Supportive Housing, Abode, LifeMoves and Santa Clara Family Health Plan

  • In conjunction with subsidy providers and the New Directions Housing Specialist, assist clients to utilize their assigned subsidy to locate and maintain permanent supportive housing

  • Assist clients to access appropriate benefits and basic needs

  • Assist clients to access appropriate medical, mental health and substance use treatment providers

  • Assist clients to function at most independent level possible – address ongoing psychosocial needs once clients are stabilized and not in crisis situations

  • Act as advocate for clients with social service, medical and mental health agencies

  • Assist clients to follow up with paperwork and appointments with these agencies


 


Qualifications and Skills:



  • Ability to collaborate with other professionals and community agency representatives

  • Calm in stressful situations

  • Flexibility

  • Ability to assess and triage competing demands and crisis situations

  • Creativity to construct appropriate care plans for complex clients

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • Knowledge of:

    • Basic social rehabilitation, socialization and practical life management skills

    • Psychosocial aspects and characteristics of trauma history, mental health, substance use and chronic medical conditions

    • Principles and methods of interviewing, counseling, crisis intervention and assessing psychosocial behaviors

    • Evidence-based practices such as motivational interviewing, harm reduction, housing first, etc.

    • Human behavior and development.




 


Company Description

Peninsula HealthCare Connection (PHC) serves individuals who are at-risk of or currently experiencing homelessness through our clinic at the Opportunity Center in Palo Alto where we provide integrated primary and behavioral health care services, and throughout Santa Clara County under our New Directions program, an innovative community-based case management program for individuals with complex medical and psychosocial needs.


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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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 About us:
Our client is healthcare service organization that specifically targets elderly adults and their families to provide quality of life care. Ideal candidates will have some experience having worked in home health, adult day health center, skilled nursing facility or hospital. 


Job Summary:
The Social Worker provides direct case management services to participants. The primary role of the MSW is to assist participants and their family/caregivers to cope with the social and emotional issues and practical arrangements related to maintaining their independence.


1. Utilize independent judgement and discretion to provide case management 


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.


Requirements:
Graduate of an accredited college with a Master’s of Social Work degree
Experience with the frail or elderly


Company Description

We are in business to help healthcare providers do what they do best. Running a successful practice, hospital, care center, or clinic is not just about practicing medicine. It is also crucial to manage the business side of the overall operations. Efficiency is a top priority for today's healthcare organization. LMG Healthcare offers a full suite of services that support healthcare organizations of all shapes and sizes meet their operational and clinical objectives. We have worked with and have helped some of the most prominent organizations in the healthcare industry.


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The Social Services Director plans, develops, organizes, evaluates and directs the overall operation of the Social Services department in accordance with the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) Code of Ethics and maintaining compliance with federal, state, and local guidelines and regulations, Masonic Homes policies and procedures, and standards of care for specialty practice The Social Services Director is a member of the interdisciplinary and management team of the nursing center and may supervise one member of the Social Services staff in the facility. The Social Services Director is responsible for fostering a climate, policies, and routines that enable residents to maximize their individuality, independence, and dignity. This climate shall provide patients/residents with the highest practical level of physical, mental, and psychosocial well-being and quality of life.


PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES


  1. Clinical


  • Complete a social history and psychosocial assessment for each resident that identifies social, emotional, and psychological needs.

  • Provide timely and accurate completion of Social Services and Activities portion of the MDS, Care Area Assessments, Resident Care Plan, and Progress Notes as well as other forms as required in order to comply with federal and state regulations and facility policies and procedures.

  • Participate in the development of a written, interdisciplinary plan of care for each resident that identifies the psychosocial needs/issues of the resident, the goals to be accomplished for those needs/issues, and the appropriate social worker interventions.

  • Provides guidance with end of life decision making, facilitating communication between patients’, families, providers, the Care Management Team and Physicians, supporting a compassionate approach to the process of transitioning to palliative care and hospice.

  • Work closely with the facility mental health provider to insure that all resident psychosocial needs are identified, referrals are made, and services are provided.

  • Ensure or provide therapeutic interventions to assist residents in coping with their transition and adjustment to a long-term care facility, including their social, emotional, and psychological needs.

  • Ensure or provide support and education to residents/family members/significant others to assist in their understanding of placement and facility issues in addition to referring them to the appropriate social service agencies when the facility does not provide the needed services.

  • Maintain contact with the resident, legal representative, and other family members approved by the resident or legal representative, involving them in the resident’s total care and providing them with information on the resident’s status as requested or appropriate.

  • Provide groups for residents/family members/significant others as appropriate to their needs.

  • Provide clinical interventions to address catastrophic events that occur during the resident’s stay in the facility.

  • Coordinate resident room changes.


2. Discharge Planning




    • Ensures that patient/resident discharge goals are identified at admission and documented accordingly.

    • Works with patient/resident, family members/significant others, and interdisciplinary care team through care planning and utilization management throughout the course of the stay to identify strengths and needs to ensure an appropriate discharge plan is formulated.

    • As part of interdisciplinary care team, identifies discharge teaching needs.

    • Responsible for communicating to center team members the estimated discharge date and updating AOD.

    • Makes referrals as needed for post discharge care to appropriate agencies and suppliers.

    • Establishes relationships and maintains contact and referral flow with community based agencies/services for discharge planning.

    • Initiates and participates in completion of Discharge Transition Plan & Discharge packet materials and orienting the patient/resident and family around the process.

    • May be involved in contacting patients/residents post discharge to ensure successful transition.


    GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES:



    • Follows facility policies and procedures and federal / state regulation.

    • Participates in facility quality management program.

    • Follows oral and written instructions accurately.

    • Keeps Administrator informed of work priorities and problems.

    • Responds appropriately to emergency situations and disasters.

    • Provides a safe environment for patients, visitors and staff.

    • Assures security of environment to prevent exit of wandering residents. Implement the facility procedure for elopement if any resident leaves the facility without permission.

    • Recognizes and assists in the prevention of elder abuse, neglect, and exploitation (financial and other) and reports to appropriate sources per state regulations

    • Follows facility standards relating to customer service.

    • Maintains confidentiality of residents and other work related issues.

    • Assures that all residents are treated with respect and dignity.

    • Follows facility rules of conduct.

    • Attends in-services related to work and completes required in-services annually; attends outside classes to enhance role and professional standards, as appropriate.

    • Provides timely notification of illness/absences to appropriate supervisor following departmental policy and time lines.

    • Attends facility meetings as assigned.

    • Follows dress code for work area.

    • Performs other duties as assigned.


    Requirements



    • Bachelor’s degree in social work, or bachelor’s degree in a human services field including but not limited to sociology, special education, rehabilitation counseling, and psychology; AND

    • One year of supervised social work experience in a skilled nursing setting working directly with residents


    • Management/administrative/supervisory experience preferred


    Benefits


    At Masonic Homes, we are looking for team members who would like to combine their passion for helping people, good communication skills, decision-making skills, and great ethical standards with the opportunities to advance your career.


    In return for your skills, you will be offered:



    • A work environment focused on teamwork and support

    • Excellent health, wage replacement and other benefits for you and your family’s well-being

    • A generous contribution to a 401K plan whether or not you participate, and an additional contribution from the company when you participate in the plan

    • Investment in your growth through Tuition Reimbursement



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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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    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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    Job Description


     


    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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    Job Description


    This is a full-time/exempt, in-house social worker position working with a dynamic group of attorneys who represent parents and children involved in the child welfare system.  As part of an interdisciplinary advocacy team, DAC social workers provide clinical expertise to support attorneys in presenting clients’ legal positions to the court.  Roles and responsibilities include completing individualized needs assessments, providing referrals to resources in the community, ongoing case management, assistance in system navigation, interfacing with various service providers, providing clinical assessments, observing parent/child visitations, supporting clients at court hearings, providing expert testimony in litigation, writing reports to the court on the client’s behalf, and attending non-court based meetings, including CFT (Child Family Team) meetings. 


     


    Desired Qualifications


    ·    Graduate degree, preferably a Masters in Social Work


    ·    Demonstrated commitment to public interest issues


    ·    Ability to flourish in a high-energy environment


    ·    Ability to multi-task and be a productive team player


    ·    Ability to work compassionately and respectfully with clients in crisis


    ·    Excellent verbal, interpersonal, writing, interviewing, and organizational skills


    ·    Bilingual skills, including fluency in Spanish, preferred


    ·    Experience working with individuals from multi-ethnic communities


    ·    Knowledge of community resources in Santa Clara County


    ·    Experience in child welfare, risk assessment and safety planning strongly encouraged


     


     


    Application Process


    Please send cover letter and resume via email to jobs@sccdac.org.


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    Organization Description

    Dependency Advocacy Center (DAC), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, provides interdisciplinary family defense legal services to indigent parents and children involved with Santa Clara County’s juvenile dependency system. Our clients face the removal of their children due to concerns of abuse and neglect. A myriad of issues is presented, including substance abuse, domestic violence, poverty, and mental health.

    Mission Statement

    Dependency Advocacy Center provides zealous legal representation to indigent clients in the juvenile dependency system to promote timely reunification and preservation of families in a safe, healthy environment. DAC believes that every parent and child entering the dependency system has a right to be treated with dignity, compassion and respect.


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