Social Work Job Listings
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Douglass Community Services, Inc. is currently hiring for a variety of positions to work in a rewarding community services environment. We are looking to grow our programs with enthusiastic people who are passionate about using innovative approaches to empower others for lifelong success. Positions include Relationship Trainer/Coach at the Central Office, in Hannibal, MO, with the ShowMe Healthy Relationships Program.
Responsibilities: This position is responsible for providing education and supportive case management for participants toward the successful completion of objectives that are designed to strengthen relationships and increase stability within each home. This will also include promotional marketing, networking, intake assessments, and the development of plans that guide the progress toward meeting program and participant goals. This position will provide any needed referrals to community based supports, which are not included within the SMHR program and maintain regular participant contact in accordance with each person’s level of active status. This position will plan, coordinate, and facilitate relational workshops designed to better educate adult singles, committed couples, and parents using proven research-based curriculums. Some regularly scheduled evening work will be necessary for effective program delivery, allowing for adjustable weekly scheduling.
Qualifications: Required: Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Human Development & Family Studies, Social Work, Child & Family Development, or related field. Prefer: At least two years in social service or educational related field with experience in working with diverse, including at-risk, populations. Must have a valid driver’s license and daily access to a reliable and insured vehicle. Must pass the Missouri Department of Health Family Safety Care Screen. Must be willing to obtain and maintain certification in CPR/ First Aide, and Domestic Abuse training are additional requirements upon hire. The ability to communicate effectively in both a written and verbal format is crucial. Successful candidates will be able to plan and organize work. Additionally, the ability to take initiative, make independent judgments and maintain confidentiality are required to successfully fulfill this job’s responsibilities. Must be able to promote teams and teamwork by example, possess strategic thinking and planning skills, be able to manage flexible structures, networks and processes and lead and manage change.
Hours: 8:00am-4:30pm with some evenings
Salary: $14.50 - $14.94
What we offer: Comprehensive benefit plans including health, dental, vision, flexible spending account; plus, free life insurance; 401k retirement plan with annual employer contribution, work/life balance that includes generous amounts of paid sick time; 13 paid holidays; vacation accrual, a long paid winter/holiday break, tuition assistance and professional development with lots of opportunities for advancement health & wellness culture; business casual work environment and much more!
Search openings and apply online at douglassonline.org.
|IL- Quincy (S. 36th St.- SUD)||Associate Counselor||Illinois-Quincy||RFT|
|IL- Quincy (S. 36th St.- SUD)||Behavioral Health Tech||Illinois-Quincy||RPT|
|IL- Quincy (S. 36th St.- SUD)||Counselor||Illinois-Quincy||RFT|
|IL- Quincy- Clarity Healthcare||Therapist (CRADC)||Clarity Healthcare||RFT|
|IL- Site Location Negotiable||Clinical Internships (Bachelors Level/Undergrad)||Illinois-Quincy||INT|
|IL- Site Location Negotiable||Clinical Practicum Student/Master Level||Illinois-Quincy||INT|
|KS- Site Location Negotiable||Clinical Internships (Bachelors Level/Undergrad)||Kansas||INT|
|KS- Site Location Negotiable||Clinical Practicum Student/Master Level||Kansas||INT|
|KS- Winfield (E. 12th Ave- Adult SUD/Employment Services)||Behavioral Health Tech||Adult - Winfield Residential||RPT|
|KS- Winfield (E. 12th Ave- Adult SUD/Employment Services)||Counselor||Adult - Winfield Residential||RFT|
|MO- Aurora (Church Street- Child Welfare)||Foster Care Case Manager||Child Welfare||RFT|
|MO- Aurora (Madison Avenue- Community Services)||Direct Support Staff – Residential Services||Community Services||RFT|
|MO- Aurora (Madison Avenue- Community Services)||Direct Support Staff – Residential Services||Community Services||RPT|
|MO- Ava (Jefferson Street- Community Services)||Direct Support Staff||Community Services||RPT|
|MO- Ava (Jefferson Street- Community Services)||Direct Support Staff||Community Services||VPT|
|MO- Bolivar (Maupin Street- Community Services)||Direct Support Staff||Community Services||RPT|
|MO- Bolivar (Maupin Street- Community Services)||Primary Support Staff||Community Services||RFT|
|MO- Branson||Direct Support Staff||Community Services||RFT|
|MO- Brentwood (Brentwood- Adult SUD)||Community Support Specialist||Adult - St. Louis Brentwd||RFT|
|MO- Brentwood (Brentwood- Adult SUD)||Community Support Specialist||Adult - St. Louis Brentwd||RFT|
|MO- Brentwood (Brentwood- Adult SUD)||Counselor||Adult - St. Louis Brentwd||RFT|
|MO- Brentwood (Brentwood- Adult SUD)||Counselor/ Therapist||Adult Outpatient- Brentwood, MO||RFT|
|MO- Brentwood (Brentwood- Adult SUD)||Re-Entry Specialist||Adult Outpatient- Brentwood, MO||RFT|
|MO- Brookfield (Center Drive- SUD)||Community Support Specialist||CPRC/SUD||RFT|
|MO- Brookfield (Center Drive- SUD)||Peer Specialist||Adult - Trenton||RFT|
|MO- Cape Girardeau (Independence St-Comm. Services)||Behavior Analyst||Community Services||RFT|
|MO- Cape Girardeau (Independence St-Comm. Services)||Direct Support Staff||Community Services||RPT|
|MO- Cape Girardeau (Independence St-Employ. Services)||Employment Specialist||Employment Services||RFT|
|MO- Desloge (Chestnut St- Employment Services)||Employment Specialist||Employment Services||RFT|
|MO- Edina (N. 2nd St- SPIRIT)||S.P.I.R.I.T. Prevention Coordinator||Prevention||RFT|
|MO- El Dorado Springs (S. Highway 32- Comm. Serv.)||Direct Support Staff||Community Services||RFT/RPT|
|MO- Florissant (North County)||Community Support Specialist (Bi-Lingual)||Adolescent - St. Louis County||RFT|
|MO- Gladstone (Holmes St-Kansas City N Community Services)||Direct Support Staff (All Shifts)||Community Services||RFT/RPT|
|MO- Gladstone (Holmes St-Kansas City N Community Services)||Direct Support Staff (evenings & weekends)||Community Services||RFT/RPT|
|MO- Gladstone (Holmes St-Kansas City N Community Services)||Program Coordinator||Community Services||RFT|
|MO- Hannibal||Community Support Specialist||CPRC - Hannibal||RFT|
|MO- Hannibal||PSR (Peer Support Recovery) Specialist||CPRC - Hannibal||RFT|
|MO- Hannibal-Clarity Healthcare(Communications Dr)||Patient Services Coordinator||Clarity Healthcare||RFT|
|MO- Hannibal-Clarity Healthcare(Communications Dr)||Therapist (LCSW/LPC)||Clarity Healthcare||RFT|
|MO- Hannibal-Clarity Healthcare(Communications Dr)||Therapist- LCSW (School Based)||Clarity Healthcare||RFT|
|MO- Hannibal-Clarity Healthcare(Communications Dr)||Therapist- School Based||Clarity Healthcare||RFT|
|MO- Jefferson City (Adams S.- Adol Residential)||Community Support Specialist||Adolescent - Jeff City||RFT|
|MO- Jefferson City (Adams S.- Adol Residential)||Peer Recovery Mentor||Preserving Families Through Partnerships in Central MO||RFT|
|MO- Jefferson City (Adams/Hoover Locations)||Behavioral Health Tech||Adolescent/Adult - Jefferson City||RPT|
|MO- Jefferson City (Hoover Rd.- Adult Residential)||Community Support Specialist||Adult - Jeff City||RFT|
|MO- Joplin (Maiden Lane- Community Services)||Direct Support Staff||Community Services||RFT/RPT|
|MO- Joplin (Maiden Lane- Community Services)||Direct Support Staff - Day Program||Community Services||RFT/RPT|
|MO- Joplin (Maiden Lane- Community Services)||Direct Support Staff - Day Program||Community Services||RFT/RPT|
|MO- Joplin (Maiden Lane- Community Services)||Direct Support Staff - Day Services Program||Community Services||RFT/RPT|
|MO- Joplin (Maiden Lane- Community Services)||Direct Support Staff - Day Services Program||Community Services||RFT/RPT|
|MO- Joplin (Maiden Lane- Employment Services)||Brain Injury Specialist||Employment Services||RPT|
|MO- Joplin (Maiden Lane- Employment Services)||Vocational Support Specialist (PRN)||Employment Services||PRN|
|MO- Joplin (Wildwood Ranch- Adol Residential)||Admissions Specialist||Adolescent - Joplin||RFT|
|MO- Joplin (Wildwood Ranch- Adol Residential)||Associate Counselor (2nd Shift and Weekends)||Adolescent - Joplin||RFT/RPT|
|MO- Joplin (Wildwood Ranch- Adol Residential)||Behavioral Health Tech (Female - Overnight)||Adolescent - Joplin||RPT|
|MO- Joplin (Wildwood Ranch- Adol Residential)||Behavioral Health Tech (Male)||Adolescent - Joplin||RPT|
|MO- Joplin (Wildwood Ranch- Adol Residential)||Behavioral Health Tech- Evening and Weekend Shifts||Adolescent - Joplin||RPT|
|MO- Joplin (Wildwood Ranch- Adol Residential)||Community Support Specialist||Adolescent - Joplin||RFT|
|MO- Joplin (Wildwood Ranch- Adol Residential)||Counselor||Adolescent - Joplin||RFT|
|MO- Joplin (Wildwood Ranch- Adol Residential)||Therapist||Adolescent - Joplin||RFT|
|MO- Joplin (Wildwood Ranch- Adol Residential)||Utilization Review and Account Specialist||Administration||RFT|
|MO- Kansas City (E.Blue Parkway- Adol Residential)||Admissions Specialist||Adolescent - Kansas City||RFT|
|MO- Kansas City (E.Blue Parkway- Adol Residential)||Associate Counselor (2nd Shift - Rotating Weekends)||Adolescent - Kansas City||RFT/RPT|
|MO- Kansas City (E.Blue Parkway- Adol Residential)||Behavioral Health Tech (Day and Evening Hours Available) - $12/ hour||Adolescent - Kansas City||RFT|
|MO- Kansas City (E.Blue Parkway- Adol Residential)||Behavioral Health Tech (Male) $12.00/ hour||Adolescent - Kansas City||RFT|
|MO- Kansas City (E.Blue Parkway- Adol Residential)||Community Support Specialist||Adolescent - Kansas City||RFT|
|MO- Kansas City (E.Blue Parkway- Adol Residential)||Evening Behavioral Health Tech (Male) $12.00/ hour||Adolescent - Kansas City||RFT/RPT|
|MO- Kansas City (E.Blue Parkway- Adol Residential)||Therapist||Adolescent - Kansas City||RFT|
|MO- Kansas City (James A Reed Rd- KC South)||Adult Day Program Nurse - LPN||Community Services||RFT|
|MO- Kansas City (James A Reed Rd- KC South)||Direct Support Professional (DSP)||Community Services||RFT/RPT|
|MO- Kansas City (James A Reed Rd- KC South)||Primary Support Staff||Community Services||RFT|
|MO- Kansas City (Metro Area)||Brain Injury Specialist||Employment Services||RFT|
|MO- Kansas City (Metro Area)||Job Coach||Employment Services||RPT|
|MO- Kansas City (Metro Area)||Vocational Support Specialist||Employment Services||PRN|
|MO- Kansas City (Metro Area)||Vocational Support Specialist||Employment Services||PRN|
|MO- Kansas City (South)||Adult Day Program- Direct Support Professional- Male||Community Services||RPT|
|MO- Kansas City (South)||Behavior Technician – Applied Behavioral Analysis Services||Community Services||PRN|
|MO- Kansas City (South)||Direct Support Professional (Weekends and Overnights)||Community Services||RFT/RPT|
|MO- Kirksville (E. LaHarpe 63501)||Applications Specialist||IT||RFT|
|MO- Kirksville (E. LaHarpe 63501)||Housing Specialist||Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic||RFT|
|MO- Kirksville (E. LaHarpe 63501)||Lead Community Support Specialist||CPRC - Kirksville||RFT|
|MO- Kirksville (E. LaHarpe 63501)||Patient Account Data Spec A||Administration||RFT|
|MO- Kirksville (E. LaHarpe 63501)||Patient Accounts Receivable Specialist||Administration||RFT|
|MO- Kirksville (E. LaHarpe 63501)||Patient Accounts Supervisor||Administration||RFT|
|MO- Kirksville (E. LaHarpe 63501)||PSR (Peer Support Recovery) Specialist - Part Time||CPRC - Kirksville||RPT|
|MO- Kirksville (E. LaHarpe 63501)||Therapist||Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic||RFT|
|MO- Kirksville (Jamison ST.- SUD & Mental Health)||Adolescent Associate Counselor||Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic||RFT|
|MO- Kirksville (Jamison ST.- SUD & Mental Health)||Community Support Specialist||Adult - Kirksville||RFT|
|MO- Kirksville (Jamison ST.- SUD & Mental Health)||Peer Specialist||Adolescent - Kirksville||RFT|
|MO- Kirksville (Jamison ST.- SUD & Mental Health)||Veterans' Specialist||Adult - Kirksville||RFT|
|MO- Kirksville (LaHarpe/Jamison Locations 63501)||Adol Community Support Specialist||Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic||RFT|
|MO- Kirksville (LaHarpe/Jamison Locations 63501)||Behavioral Health Tech- All Shifts||Adolescent/Adult/RCF - Kirksville||RPT|
|MO- Kirksville (LaHarpe/Jamison Locations 63501)||Patient Account Data Spec A||Administration||RFT|
|MO- Lake St Louis (Lake St Louis Blvd-Employ Services)||Job Coach (PRN)||Employment Services||PRN|
|MO- Lebanon||Direct Support Staff||Community Services||RFT/RPT|
|MO- Lebanon||SE Vocational Support Specialist||Supported Employment||PRN|
|MO- Liberty (Westowne-SUD, Emp Services, Mental Health)||Community Support Specialist||Adolescent - Liberty||RFT|
|MO- Liberty (Westowne-SUD, Employment Services, Mental Health)||Community Support Specialist- Disease Management||Adult - Liberty||RFT|
|MO- Mansfield||Direct Support Staff||Community Services||RPT|
|MO- Montgomery City (S. Sturgeon St- SUD)||Behavioral Health Tech||Adult Outpatient- Montgomery City, MO||RPT|
|MO- Mountain Grove||Employment Specialist (Temporary/ Summer)||Employment Services||TEMPT|
|MO- Mountain Grove||Vocational Support Specialist (Mountain Grove/ Willow Springs)||Employment Services||TEMPT|
|MO- Nevada (N. Elm St- Community Services)||Direct Support Staff||Community Services||RFT/RPT|
|MO- Nevada (N. Elm St- Employment Services)||Youth Specialist||Employment Services||RPT|
|MO- Perryville||Direct Support Staff (Weekends)||Community Services||RPT|
|MO- Poplar Bluff (N. Main St.- Community Services)||Direct Support Staff||Community Services||RFT/RPT|
|MO- Poplar Bluff (N. Main St.-Employment Services)||Vocational Support Specialist (PRN)||Employment Services||PRN|
|MO- Rolla (E. St. Route 72- Community Services)||Direct Support Staff (Full Time and Part Time)||Community Services||RPT|
|MO- Rolla (E. St. Route 72- Community Services)||Primary Support Staff||Community Services||RFT|
|MO- Rolla (E. St. Route 72- Employment Services)||Vocational Support Specialist||Employment Services||PRN|
|MO- Site Location Negotiable||Clinical Internships (Bachelors Level/Undergrad)||Missouri||INT|
|MO- Site Location Negotiable||Clinical Practicum Student/Master Level||Missouri||INT|
|MO- Site Location Negotiable (Kirksville, St. Lou||Clinical Internships (Bachelors Level/Undergrad)||Missouri||INT|
|MO- Site Location Negotiable (Kirksville, St. Lou||Clinical Practicum Student/Master Level||Missouri||INT|
|MO- Springfield||ASD Vocational Support Specialist||Employment Services||RPT|
|MO- Springfield||ASD Vocational Support Specialist||Employment Services||RPT|
|MO- Springfield||Assistive Technology Support Staff||Community Services||RPT|
|MO- Springfield||Behavioral Health Tech (2nd & 3rd Shifts)||Treatment Services||RPT|
|MO- Springfield||Brain Injury Specialist||Employment Services||PRN|
|MO- Springfield||Brain Injury Vocational Support Specialist||Employment Services||RPT|
|MO- Springfield||Community Support Specialist||Treatment Services||RFT|
|MO- Springfield||Direct Support Staff||Community Services||RFT/RPT|
|MO- Springfield||Direct Support Staff – Residential Services||Community Services||RFT|
|MO- Springfield||Direct Support Staff – Residential Services||Community Services||RPT|
|MO- Springfield||Employment Specialist||Employment Services||RFT|
|MO- Springfield||RPG Counselor||Treatment Services||RFT|
|MO- Springfield||SE Vocational Support Specialist (PRN)||Employment Services||RPT|
|MO- Springfield||SE Vocational Support Specialist (PT)||Employment Services||RPT|
|MO- Springfield||Vocational Rehab Employment Specialist (Summer/ Temporary)||Employment Services||TEMPT|
|MO- Springfield||Vocational Support Specialist||Employment Services||RFT|
|MO- St. Charles||Behavioral Health Tech- All Shifts||Adolescent/Adult||RFT/RPT|
|MO- St. Charles||Community Support Specialist||Adolescent - St. Charles||RFT|
|MO- St. Charles||Community Support Specialist||Disease Management||RFT|
|MO- St. Charles||Community Support Specialist - Access Program||Administration||RFT|
|MO- St. Charles||Program Director||Administration||RFT|
|MO- St. Charles||Psychiatrist||Adolescent - St. Charles||RFT|
|MO- St. Charles||Screener||Administration||RFT|
|MO- St. Charles||Therapist||Adolescent - St. Charles||RFT|
|MO- St. Charles (Adult)||Admissions Specialist||Men's and Women's Residential||RFT|
|MO- St. Charles (Adult)||Admissions Therapist||Adult - St Charles||RFT|
|MO- St. Charles (Adult)||Associate Counselor||Adult - St Charles||RFT|
|MO- St. Charles (Adult)||Behavioral Health Tech||Adult - St Charles||RFT/RPT|
|MO- St. Charles (Adult)||Cook||Adult - St Charles||RFT|
|MO- St. Charles (Adult)||Receptionist||Adult - St Charles||RFT|
|MO- St. Charles (Adult)||Therapist||Adult - St Charles||RFT|
|MO- St. Charles (Children's Program)||Child Specialist||Children's Program- St. Charles||RPT|
|MO- St. Charles (Domestic Violence Shelter)||Case Manager||Domestic Violence Shelter||RFT|
|MO- St. Charles (Domestic Violence Shelter)||Domestic Violence Advocate||Domestic Violence Shelter||RPT|
|MO- St. Charles (Domestic Violence Shelter)||Domestic Violence Advocate (Overnight)||Domestic Violence Shelter||RPT|
|MO- St. Charles (Domestic Violence Shelter)||Therapist (Youth)||Domestic Violence Shelter||RPT|
|MO- St. Charles (Men's and Women's)||Community Support Specialist||Adult - St Charles||RFT|
|MO- St. Charles (Men's and Women's)||Lead Therapist||Men's and Women's Residential||RFT|
|MO- St. Charles (Men's and Women's)||Therapist||Men's and Women's Residential||RFT|
|MO- St. Joseph (Buckingham St)||Job Coach||Employment Services||RPT|
|MO- St. Louis||Behavioral Health Tech- All Shifts||Adolescent/Adult||RFT/RPT|
|MO- St. Louis||Quality Management Specialist||QI / Performance Improvmt||RFT|
|MO- St. Louis (Brentwood)||Counselor||Adult Outpatient- Brentwood, MO||RFT|
|MO- St. Louis (Brentwood)||Peer Specialist||Adult Outpatient- Brentwood, MO||RFT|
|MO- St. Louis (Broadway St)||Peer Support Specialist||Adult - St. Louis Broadway||RFT|
|MO- St. Louis (Broadway St)||Recovery Coach||Adult - St. Louis Broadway||RFT|
|MO- St. Louis (Chippewa)||Brain Injury Specialist||Employment Services||PRN|
|MO- St. Louis (Chippewa)||IPS Employment Specialist||Employment Services||RFT|
|MO- St. Louis (Chippewa)||Regional Director||Employment Services||RFT|
|MO- St. Louis (Chippewa)||Vocational Support Specialist||Employment Services||PRN|
|MO- St. Louis (Delmar)||Clinical Supervisor||Adult - St. Louis||RFT|
|MO- St. Louis (Delmar)||Community Support Specialist||Adult - St. Louis||RFT|
|MO- St. Louis (Delmar)||Recovery Coach||Adult - St. Louis||RFT|
|MO- St. Louis (Dunnica)||Peer Specialist (Substance Use)||Adult - St. Louis||RFT|
|MO- St. Louis (Dunnica)||Recovery Coach||Adult - St. Louis||RFT|
|MO- St. Louis (Northrup)||Peer Specialist (Partners in Recovery)||Adolescent- St. Louis||RFT|
|MO- St. Louis (Northrup)||Therapist||Adolescent- St. Louis||RFT|
|MO- St. Louis (Office Center - South County)||Behavioral Health Tech||Adolescent - St. Louis County||RFT|
|MO- St. Peters (Parkway Dr- Adolescent SUD)||Alternative Learning Experiences (ALEX) Teacher/Facilitator||Alex Center||RFT|
|MO- St. Peters (Parkway Dr- Adolescent SUD)||Associate Counselor||Adolescent - St. Peters||RFT|
|MO- St. Peters (Parkway Dr- Adolescent SUD)||Behavioral Health Tech||Adolescent - St. Peters||RPT|
|MO- St. Peters (Parkway Dr- Adolescent SUD)||Community Support Specialist||Adolescent - St. Peters||RFT|
|MO- Trenton (Oklahoma Ave)||Admissions Specialist||Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic||RFT|
|MO- Trenton (Oklahoma Ave)||Behavioral Health Tech||Adult - Trenton||RPT|
|MO- Trenton (Oklahoma Ave)||Community Support Specialist||CPRC - Trenton||RFT|
|MO- Troy||Domestic Violence Advocate||Robertson Center (Dom. Violence Women's Shelter)||RPT|
|MO- Troy (E. Cherry St- Adult SUD)||Behavioral Health Tech||Adult Outpatient- Troy, MO||RPT|
|MO- Troy (E. Cherry St- Adult SUD)||Peer Specialist (Float Position)||Adult Outpatient- Troy, MO||RFT|
|MO- Troy (E. Cherry St- Adult SUD)||Therapist||Adult Outpatient- Troy, MO||RFT|
|MO- Troy (Firehouse Lane- Adolescent SUD)||Associate Counselor||Adolescent - Lincoln Co||RFT|
|MO- Troy (Firehouse Lane- Adolescent SUD)||Therapist||Adolescent - Troy, MO (The Farm)||RPT|
|MO- Troy- Robertson Center(Domestic Violence-Women's Shelter)||Domestic Violence/ Legal Advocate||Women's Residential||RFT|
|MO- Union (Franklin County)||Community Support Specialist||Adolescent - Franklin Co||RFT|
|MO- Union (Franklin County)||Intern- Teams of Concern||Adolescent - Franklin Co||RPT|
|MO- Union (Franklin County)||School Teams Coordinator||Adolescent - Franklin Co||RFT|
|MO- Union (W. Main St- Adult SUD)||Community Support Specialist||Adult Outpatient- Union, MO||RFT|
|MO- Union (W. Main St- Adult SUD)||Counselor||Adult Outpatient- Union, MO||RFT|
|MO- Union (W. Main St- Adult SUD)||Peer Specialist||Adult Outpatient- Union, MO||RFT|
|MO- Union (W. Main St- Adult SUD)||Therapist||Adult Outpatient- Union, MO||RFT|
|MO- Warrenton (E. Veterans Mem Pkwy- Adult SUD)||Community Support Specialist||Adult Outpatient- Warrenton, MO||RFT|
|MO- Warrenton (E. Veterans Mem Pkwy- Adult SUD)||Counselor||Adult Outpatient- Warrenton, MO||RFT|
|MO- West Plains (Independence Square-Employment Services)||Behavioral Therapist||Employment Services||RFT|
|MO- West Plains (Independence Square-Employment Services)||Vocational Support Specialist||Employment Services||RFT|
|MO- West Plains (Independence Square-Employment Services)||Vocational Support Specialist||Employment Services||RPT|
|MO- Winfield (The Farm- Adolescent SUD)||Behavioral Health Tech (Multiple Shifts - Male)||Adolescent- Winfield (The Farm- Residential)||RFT|
|MO- Winfield (The Farm- Adolescent SUD)||Behavioral Health Tech- Swing Shift 4pm to midnight (Male)||Adolescent- Winfield (The Farm- Residential)||RFT|
|MO- Winfield (The Farm- Adolescent SUD)||Behavioral Health Tech -Swing Shift 4pm to midnights (Male)||Adolescent- Winfield (The Farm- Residential)||RFT|
|MO- Winfield (The Farm- Adolescent SUD)||Behavioral Health Tech(Multiple Shift)||Adolescent - Troy, MO (The Farm)||RFT/RPT|
|MO- Winfield (The Farm- Adolescent SUD)||Counselor||Adolescent- Winfield (The Farm- Residential)||RFT|
|MO- Winfield (The Farm- Adolescent SUD)||Peer Specialist||Adolescent- Winfield (The Farm- Residential)||RPT|
|MO- Winfield (The Farm- Adolescent SUD)||Peer Support Specialist||Adolescent- Winfield (The Farm- Residential)||RFT|
|MO- Winfield (The Farm- Adolescent SUD)||Peer Support Specialist||Adolescent- Winfield (The Farm- Residential)||RPT|
|MO- Winfield (The Farm- Adolescent SUD)||Therapist||Adolescent- Winfield (The Farm- Residential)||RFT|
|OK- Bartlesville (Washington Blvd-Dayspring of OK)||Therapist (Dayspring of Oklahoma) ($1,000 sign-on bonus)||Dayspring of Oklahoma||RFT|
|OK- Bartlesville (Washington Blvd-Dayspring of OK)||Therapist (Part-Time)||Dayspring of AR||RPT|
|OK- Bristow||Therapist ($1,000 Sign-on Bonus)||Dayspring of Oklahoma||RFT|
|OK- Jay||Therapist (Dayspring of Oklahoma) ($1000 sign-on bonus)||Dayspring of Oklahoma||RFT|
|OK- Miami (E. Steve Owens- Dayspring of OK)||Therapist (Dayspring of Oklahoma) ($1,000 sign-on bonus)||Dayspring of Oklahoma||RFT|
|OK- Oklahoma City||Therapist- School Based (Dayspring of Oklahoma) (Bilingual)||Dayspring of Oklahoma||PRN|
|OK- Site Location Negotiable||Clinical Internships (Bachelors Level/Undergrad)||Dayspring of Oklahoma||INT|
|OK- Site Location Negotiable||Clinical Practicum Student/Master Level||Dayspring of Oklahoma||INT|
|OK- Tulsa (E. Skelly Dr.- Dayspring of OK)||Care Coordinator||Dayspring of Oklahoma||RFT|
|OK- Tulsa (E. Skelly Dr.- Dayspring of OK)||Family Support Provider||Dayspring of Oklahoma||RFT|
|OK- Tulsa (E. Skelly Dr.- Dayspring of OK)||Performance Improvement Specialist/ Clinical Quality Management||QI / Performance Improvmt||RFT|
|OK- Tulsa (E. Skelly Dr.- Dayspring of OK)||Regional Director||Dayspring of Oklahoma||RFT|
|OK- Tulsa (E. Skelly Dr.- Dayspring of OK)||Therapist- Community Based ($1,000 sign-on bonus)||Dayspring of Oklahoma||RFT|
|OK- Tulsa Region||Regional Director - Rural||Dayspring of Oklahoma||RFT|
|Site Location Negotiable||Grant Writer||Accounting||RFT|
The Missouri State Public Defender is seeking a juvenile disposition specialist for the Children’s Defense Team located in St. Louis City. Individual is responsible for assisting counsel in preparing for and litigating cases in St. Louis City, County, and St. Charles. Duties include interviewing clients, conducting social histories, obtaining records, networking with community resources for client referral, assisting counsel in challenging court referrals to detention, commitment to DYS or certification of adult court; writing persuasive alternative disposition and treatment plans; and identifying appropriate educational, substance abuse, and mental health placements.
Qualifications: Master's in social work degree from an accredited college or university.
Salary is $3,250/month plus generous State of Missouri benefits.
Candidates must submit an Employment Application to Human Resources no later than July 24, 2019 to be considered for position. Applications are available on our website, www.publicdefender.mo.gov, or by calling (573) 777-9977, ext. 202. Applications can be returned to Human Resources via mail, fax, or email attachment.
Send completed application to:
Missouri State Public Defender
1000 W. Nifong, Bldg. 7, Suite 100
Columbia, MO 65203
Attn.: Human Resources
Compassus is a nationwide network of community-based post-acute care services focused on hospice, palliative and home health care. Our mission is to offer high-quality and compassionate care to improve the quality of life for patients and their families. We support that mission with a commitment to three core values: compassion, integrity, and excellence.
Types of Positions:
- Admissions Coordinator
- Bereavement Coordinator
- Business Office Coordinator
- Hospice Chaplain
- Social Worker
- Team Coordinator
- Volunteer Coordinator
Valley Springs Youth Ranch in Black, MO is seeking a Contract Licensed Therapist, LPC/LCSW for a youth residential intensive care facility. Facility will provide youth clients and complete billing for individual, family, and group therapy of facility residents. Therapist must be willing to work flexible hours, must be licensed in respective field, and be able to pass a drug test and background screening. Please contact Dawn at 573-269-4291 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Valley Springs Youth Ranch has a position opening for a full-time Case Manager to work at a residential facility in Black, Missouri. Requirements for position are a bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, counseling or a related field; must be able to manage a case load of youth, be organized, and possess excellent record keeping skills, written skills, communication skills and social skills. Fax resume to 573-269-4202, Attn: Dawn Girard, or e-mail resume to email@example.com.
McCallum Place is seeking a therapist to develop and implement individualized treatment plans, coordinate care without patient providers and participate as a member of an interdisciplinary treatment team. Provide psychotherapy and case management services to adult and adolescent patients. McCallum Place is a nationally acclaimed, comprehensive eating disorder treatment center for preadolescents, adolescents, adults, males and females. We integrate personalized nutritional support and best practices throughout our treatment. Our state-of-the-art eating disorder programs and setting are designed to create an environment of structure and support for restoration and healing.
- Provides individual therapy sessions with assigned adolescent and adult patients. Partners with clients to identify and resolve complex or sensitive issues as related to their eating disorder.
- Eagerly engages clients in identifying issues, options, and desired outcomes. Develops a clear picture of the needs and best options from the client’s perspective.
- Maintains a schedule for sessions and meets with patients at frequency indicated by their current level of care.
- Establishes a therapeutic relationship with patients, including rapport, therapeutic boundaries, and a working alliance towards with treatment goals.
- Displays theoretical knowledge of CBT, DBT and family-based therapies.
- Consistently uses psychotherapeutic framework to conceptualize patient’s struggles and to provide treatment.
- Assists patients in setting and meeting treatment goals and identifying appropriate coping skills.
- Provide family therapy for assigned patients. Promotes cooperation and commitment to achieving treatment goals. Builds a constructive working relationship characterized by a high level of acceptance, cooperation and commitment to coordinating current and ongoing treatment.
- Meets with families of adolescent patients a minimum of weekly and meets with families of adult’s patients every other week or as clinically indicated.
- Understands and utilizes a therapy modality for sessions with families.
- Includes parents / guardians of adolescents in planning for transition and discharge.
- Demonstrates ability to build rapport with families and provides education regarding eating disorders and how to provide support to the loved one.
- Develops and implements individualized treatment plans to facilitate patients’ progress. Focuses on results and desired treatment outcomes and how best to achieve them. Looks for opportunities to help advance treatment and responds to treatment plan setbacks. Effectively communicates treatment plans to the patient, family and treatment team.
- Develops treatment plans based on patients’ identified problems and needs.
- Updates treatment plans weekly with measurable objectives, therapeutic assignments, discharge planning, and notation of patients’ progress.
- Coordinates care with outpatient providers and support systems, including family members, school / educational professionals, and outpatient providers.
- Contacts outpatient therapist upon admission to determine preferred method for updates and provides ongoing updates with outpatient therapist.
- Involves family as outlined in "Provides family therapy for assigned patients."
- Assures adolescent patients and parents have contact with tutors to establish an educational plan.
- Coordinate patients’ discharge and / or transition between levels of care. Examines current patient progress, outcomes and challenges, to grasp, draw conclusions, and solve problems to provide the best continuity of care.
- Works collaboratively with the discharge coordinator, patients and families to establish a discharge plan, including patients’ completion of the Discharge Plan assignment.
- In collaboration with the discharge coordinator communicates with the discharge plan to families, school /educational professionals, and outpatient providers, which includes dissemination of discharge packets within one week of discharge.
- Communicates through email patients’ discharge and /or transition between levels of care with McCallum Place employees.
- Provides utilization review for assigned patients and develops a plan for treatment working within the resources from insurance companies, patients, and families.
- Facilitates group therapy and meal therapy weekly. Influences others to act in support of therapy. Ensures others grasp the purpose and benefits of the therapy. Tailors therapy sessions to the specific patient therapy group.
- Maintains a group culture that ensures the safety of patients, which includes upholding the group expectations identified in the Patient Handbook.
- Follows the group schedule, including starting and ending groups on time.
- Develops, revises, and implements modules for group therapy, particularly as therapist learns new techniques, theories, etc. relevant to the group topic.
- Provides support to patients during meal therapy, including assisting patients in setting meal goals, redirecting rituals or inappropriate behavior.
- Facilitates post meal group, including assisting patients in processing struggles, identifying risks for ED behaviors, and assisting patients in identifying alternative coping strategies.
- Communicates regularly with Direct Care staff regarding specific patient needs. Conveys ideas and facts verbally and in writing using language that will be best understood. Understands and learns from what others communicate.
- Actively participates in team meetings.
- Assists staff in understanding patients’ special issues, as well as skills for providing care relevant to these issues.
- Communicates safety concerns directly, as well as writing in patients’ Kardexes.
- Demonstrate commitment to advancing clinical skills and professional development through attendance of training.
- Maintains license requirements by acquiring necessary continuing education units through training, public speaking, and home study options, as delineated by the state board.
- Represents and formally delivers presentations as required at conferences, McCallum Place CEU events and seminars as required.
- Attends and actively participates in Group Supervision meetings, trainings, and therapist meetings.
- Attends annual safety training.
- Completes McCallum Place required physical, and TB Testing.
- Adheres to National Patient Safety Goals.
- Demonstrates professional conduct, concern, respect and compassion toward all patients, families, co-workers and the public as a representative of McCallum Place.
- Respects and maintains the confidentiality of all patient information, which includes not speaking about patient information in public settings or non-private areas at McCallum Place (i.e. community space, office with a door open, etc.).
- Demonstrates ability to work in a cooperative manner as a team member.
- Demonstrates ability to problem solve issues with coworkers and refrain from involvement in negative talk regarding patients or coworkers.
- Communicates concerns regarding policies, working conditions, patients, or coworkers through appropriate channels.
- Demonstrates dependability to include attendance and punctuality.
- Takes initiative and ownership of issues.
- Represents willingness/enthusiasm to create, embrace and facilitate change.
- Master’s in human services field.
- Licensed to provide clinical services (LPC, LCSW).
- Experience with adolescents, adults and eating disorders.
- Experience in cognitive, expressive or psycho educational therapies.
- CPR and First Aid Certification required.
- Excellent verbal and written communication.
- Crisis intervention and problem-solving skills.
- Annual Tuberculosis test required. Initial screening due within 14 days of hire.
MU Women and Children's Hospital has positions for a MSW Social Worker including every other weekend, evenings, and PRN. For more information, please call Heather Turner at (573) 884-6802.
- Interview patients and families for social information relevant to treatment and health care planning and compile comprehensive social evaluations.
- Counsel, plan and implement discharge and post-hospital care with patients and families.
- Refer patients and families to community, state and federal agencies and resources and provide coordinative services.
- Counsel patients and families for adjustment to illness/disability and for personal and family problems related to health/illness in routine and complex situations.
- Assess needs and locate community resources for patients and families in need of concrete services such as transportation, lodging and food.
- Assist patients and families with problems which require intervention within the hospital and community.
- Document social services provided appropriately and in accordance with department and hospital policy.
- Maintain department statistical records.
- Provide twenty-four hour a day coverage for crisis intervention in the Emergency Center on rotational coverage with the rest of the staff.
- Consult and collaborate with health care providers and other staff regarding patient care, problems and discharge planning.
- Participate in department and hospital committees as assigned.
Qualifications: A Master's degree in social work from a college or university accredited by the national Council of Social Work Education is necessary.
Salary: $21.36 - $32.12
Apply Online Job ID#: 19000726
Fulton State Hospital is seeking LCSWs or Master's Level Social Workers. Fulton State Hospital is a state operated, forensic inpatient psychiatric facility focusing on treatment for those with severe and persistent mental illness within Missouri’s forensic system. Social Workers have daily interactions with clients and work as a member of an interdisciplinary team, in which Social Workers play a vital role. We offer a wide range of cutting edge, evidence-based treatment programs, and we are a Trauma Informed Care facility. Social Workers work with their individual treatment teams and are members of a 30+ Social Work department who have meetings each month that meet requirements for licensure renewal plus many offerings throughout the year for free training. For those without a LCSW, licensure supervision is offered for free! This summer we are opening a state of the art high security, treatment hospital. Along with being part of a dynamic treatment team, utilizing evidence-based treatment approaches, full time employees also enjoy a generous benefit package and Licensure supervision as part of employment.
To apply: contact Katy Klick, LCSW at (573) 592-2870 or Katy.firstname.lastname@example.org.
BSW to MSW Stipend Program
We are also looking for students with BSWs who are currently enrolled in the MSW program. They can work 3 days a week (or 2), during their MSW program, all while getting firsthand knowledge of working with clients who suffer from severe and persistent mental illness within the forensic system. They would have daily interactions with clients and work as a member of an interdisciplinary team. We are a Trauma Informed Care facility. Our hope is that the individual would stay on with us after graduation through supervision for licensure...which we provide for free.
Social Work p.r.n. is seeking a social worker licensed as a Missouri LMSW or LCSW interested in working regular, part time shifts at residential facilities in Festus, MO and Sullivan, MO. Candidates with experience serving adults with Bipolar Disorder and Schizophrenia are preferred. This position will require 25-30 hours per week of providing brief therapy to individuals that generally range in age from 30-50 years old and are diagnosed with a chronic mental illness. The work would take place in the residential care facilities where clients live. Most sessions are kept to 30 minutes. Timing of the shifts is flexible, but does need to take place during standard business hours. This position is temp-to-perm. The intention is to hire any temporary employee who is a good fit.
Interested candidates should contact Gayle Flavin at email@example.com or call 314-963-3155.
Social Work p.r.n. is seeking a LCSW to to provide therapy for an agency in Hillsboro, MO. This is an office therapy position that is full time and direct hire. The Mental Health Therapist provides clinical therapeutic services to children adolescents, and adults with identified mental health issues.
- Complete Mental Health Assessments.
- Develop treatment plans with measurable and observable goals.
- Provide developmentally appropriate therapeutic interventions for children and families.
- Complete all agency required documentation and grant-specific documentation in a timely manner.
- Provide a minimum of 70% clinical hours of billable services (including individual, family, and group therapy; collateral contacts; plan development, case management, etc.).
- Attend and participate in team meetings, staff meetings and required trainings.
- Promote teamwork and cooperative effort among employees.
- Assure that the Medicaid component of the program is fulfilled to maintain the Medicaid standards.
There are multiple office locations in Jefferson and Franklin counties. This job will initially require working out of more than one office while the agency grows the program to add additional therapists. To be considered for the position, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call the St. Louis office at 314-963-3155.
Catholic Charities of Central and Northern Missouri is seeking disaster case managers to work with survivors of the spring floods and tornados that have impacted our 38 county service area. This position is a time-limited process by which a skilled disaster case manager partners with a disaster-affected individual or family (Client) in order to plan for and achieve realistic goals for recovery following a disaster. This comprehensive and holistic disaster case management approach to recovery extends beyond providing relief, providing a service, or meeting urgent needs. This position serves as a primary point of contact, assisting the client in coordinating necessary services and resources to address the client’s complex disaster recovery needs in order to re-establish normalcy. The client must play an active or lead role in his/her own recovery. The disaster case manager reports to the Director of Community Services.
To learn more and apply visit the Catholic Charities careers page: https://cccnmo.org/about/careers/
Fulton State Hospital is seeking LCSWs or Master's Level Social Workers for clinical casework practitioners II/II. Fulton State Hospital is a state operated, forensic inpatient psychiatric facility focusing on treatment for those with severe and persistent mental illness within Missouri’s forensic system. Social Workers have daily interactions with clients and work as a member of an interdisciplinary team, in which Social Workers play a vital role. We offer a wide range of cutting edge, evidence-based treatment programs, and we are a Trauma Informed Care facility. Social Workers work with their individual treatment teams and are members of a 30+ Social Work department who have meetings each month that meet requirements for licensure renewal plus many offerings throughout the year for free training. For those without a LCSW, licensure supervision is offered for free! This summer we are opening a state of the art high security, treatment hospital. Along with being part of a dynamic treatment team, utilizing evidence-based treatment approaches, full time employees also enjoy a generous benefit package and Licensure supervision as part of employment.
Contact: Katy Klick, LCSW
We are also offering the below opportunity:
BSW to MSW Stipend Program:
Looking for students with BSWs who are currently enrolled in the MSW program. They can work 3 days a week (or 2), during their MSW program, all while getting firsthand knowledge of working with clients who suffer from severe and persistent mental illness within the forensic system. They would have daily interactions with clients and work as a member of an interdisciplinary team. We are a Trauma Informed Care facility. Our hope is that the individual would stay on with us after graduation through supervision for licensure...which we provide for free!
Lutheran Family and Children's Services of Missouri is seeking a full-time therapist to provide effective counseling/therapy to a senior population and their families with mental health related concerns. This position is located at our Southeast Missouri regional office in Cape Girardeau, MO. This professional will help by providing effective counseling/therapy to individuals and families including case coordination and crisis intervention as needed. Maintain the highest levels of standards of ethics and confidentiality. Will maintain accurate and complete client records. Continue professional growth. Participate in peer consultation. High energy, collaborative person who understands the importance of community partnering and will help grow this program. Serve on department and agency committees or work groups as needed.
- Level I: Master's degree or higher in a mental health related field with professional license from the State of Missouri (LMSW) or (PLPC) plus three years of experience.
- Level II: Master's degree or higher in a mental health related field with professional license from the State of Missouri (LCSW) or (LPC) plus three years of experience.
- Level III: Master's degree in a mental health related field with professional license from the State of Missouri (LCSW) or (LPC) plus four years of experience.
Bootheel Counseling Services has openings in the following positions:
- Community Support Professional (CSP): This job allows you to work with persons served at the office, in client's home or in the community, and it's an opportunity to have a positive impact by developing and implementing treatment plans. Also, you will develop an impressive knowledge of community resources for financial, vocational, nutritional, medical, spiritual, transportation, and housing assistance. In addition, we offer a new electronic medical record for easement of documentation input and billing. Ultimately, this position will allow you to become a part of a cohesive team with similar goals in serving our communities. We have an opportunity in our Sikeston Office and our Bloomfield Office. Qualified Applicants must have at least a bachelor's degree from an accredited educational institution in the field of psychology, counseling, social work or a related field.
- Clinical Therapist: This position is a great opportunity for a therapist to join our team and support the physical, emotional and mental well-being of our clients. Therapists in this position work directly with clients to actively listen to concerns and create and provide the most meaningful interventions. Therapists in this position manage their own caseload and have opportunities to work closely with colleagues to gain clinical input. Qualified Applicants must possess a master’s degree in social work, counseling, psychology or related field, licensed or eligible to be licensed by the State of Missouri.
Bootheel Counseling Services and Family Medical Clinic is a not-for-profit CARF accredited Community Mental Health Organization that has served the community for over 40 years with locations in Sikeston, Bloomfield and Charleston. We have a benefits package that includes 100% agency paid employee health insurance premium starting on the first day of employment. We also offer dental and vision along with a retirement plan.
Bootheel Counseling Services
ATTN: Human Resources
P.O. Box 1043
Sikeston, MO 63801
Phone: 573 471-0800
Fax: 573 471-5740
Please go to www.bootheelcounseling.com to complete the application.
Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children (CASA) is seeking an advocate supervisor to provide professional staff support to CASA volunteers, ensuring that children involved with Heart of Missouri CASA receive sound advocacy and early permanency planning. This position is primarily responsible for supervising a caseload of 30 CASA volunteers and working collaboratively with the CASA team in the completion of recruitment, screening, and training (pre-service and continuing education) activities for the CASA volunteers. The ideal candidate will be passionate about Heart of Missouri CASA’s mission. Be at ease working independently, while also being skilled at working collaboratively with co-workers, volunteers, and community partners. Able to think creatively to problem-solve and resolve conflicts. Understand the effects of trauma and take a trauma-informed approach to working with vulnerable populations. Able to perform and remain calm in high-pressure and/or emotionally charged situations. Skilled at public speaking. Ability to change direction quickly to respond to urgent needs. Strong work and team ethic, highly motivated self-starter. Ability to motivate volunteers who may feel discouraged or overwhelmed. Must be able to engage and inspire others
- Volunteer training and supervision duties:
- Assist CASA team members with pre-service training and orientation for new CASA volunteers.
- Supervise caseload of 30 CASA volunteers.
- Develop initial case plans with new CASA volunteers and ongoing strategies for advocacy.
- Have a minimum of one monthly contact with each active CASA volunteer.
- Provide assistance and consultation for volunteers.
- Review and distribute CASA volunteer’s court reports.
- Attend court hearings and track court dates.
- Maintain volunteer and child case files and electronic databases.
- Ensure volunteers submit monthly hours/activities.
- Implement exit process for CASA volunteers completing cases.
- Attend and assist with coordination of continuing education trainings for CASA volunteers.
- Assist CASA team with volunteer appreciation activities.
- Participate in outreach and volunteer recruitment activities.
- Participate in in-state and out-of-state trainings, as needed.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Bachelor’s Degree in social work, child development, juvenile justice or social-service related field.
- Has knowledge and understanding of the issues and dynamics within families in crisis, specifically relating to child abuse and neglect.
- Has worked with at-risk children and families for at least 2 years.
- Preferably has experience working with older youth in foster care and has knowledge of the services available to them.
- Must demonstrate collaboration and leadership ability as well as a sound understanding of the principles of volunteer management and advocacy.
- Preferably has experience working with and coaching volunteers.
- Must have a commitment to continuing professional and personal learning.
- Display a positive attitude, show concern for people and community, demonstrate presence, self-confidence, common sense and good listening ability.
- Ability to communicate with, support, and empower volunteers to be effective in their roles.
- Ability to work cooperatively with different types of personalities.
- Excellent organizational skills with ability to work independently with minimal supervision while meeting established deadlines.
- Commitment to CASA’s mission and vision.
- Basic computer skills.
- Must be able to pass criminal background check.
Salary: $34,000-$38,000 – pay commensurate with experience and skills.
To apply: send a cover letter, resume, and list of 3 professional references (name, phone number, email address) to Sara Echternach, Boone County Program Director, at email@example.com. Applications will not be considered without a cover letter. Formal review of applicants and interviews will begin the week of June 24th. Applications will be accepted until position is filled.
ParentLink is seeking a part-time MSW to offer parenting information and support to all Missourians using a variety of methods. The position will be 10-28 hours per week, primarily evening until 10 pm and weekend afternoon hours with possibly some day hours. Please contact Misty Phillips for questions or to submit your application at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Responsibilities: Analyze family requests, provide support and referrals; Complete data intake/entries; Stay apprised of research; Work with professionals across Missouri; Conduct follow-ups; Identify gaps and barriers in services.
Qualifications: Master’s degree in counseling, child development and family studies, social work, education, health administration, or related field.
The Missouri Secretary of State’s Office is seeking a program specialist. This is a mid-level administrative and project support position for the Safe at Home (SAH) Program and Program Manager. This position reports directly to the SAH Program Manager but exercises independent judgment and initiative in the performance of assigned responsibilities.
- Answering incoming telephone calls, providing telephone support to callers, responding to basic needs and questions, and referring calls and inquiries to Program Manager as needed.
- Reviewing and processing new participant applications to be prepared for approval.
- Maintaining accurate notations and participant updates in the SAH database.
- Serving as back-up for SAH after-hours phone line and serving as lead responder for up to 6 weeks per year.
- Picking up, processing, and dropping off participant mail as needed to ensure participant mail is handled within the same day.
- Providing significant oversight of the daily mail-forwarding procedures.
- Coordinating participant newsletter and assisting with other outreach materials for the program.
- Reviewing service of process for SAH recipients.
- Assisting with promotion of SAH program whenever possible to include conference exhibits and informational meetings.
- Assisting in the documentation of SAH procedures and policies.
- Tracking service statistics for mail-forwarding, information requests, training attendance, and participant enrollment.
- Preparing application packets and materials for SAH training.
- Responding to requests for SAH brochures, posters, or other materials.
- Maintaining strict confidentiality of all potential, current, and past participants.
- Assisting with special projects and other duties as requested.
Education and Experience:
- A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with coursework in the following: Social Work, Human Services, Criminal Justice, Psychology, Sociology, Counseling, Family and Child Development, Education, or a closely related field. OR
- Four or more years of administrative support or victim services experience.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
- Excellent organizational skills, specifically sorting and alphabetizing
- Excellent communication skills (both verbal and writing skills required)
- Significant experience providing customer service or support via telephone.
- Ability to maintain a high level of discretion when dealing with sensitive and confidential information.
- Considerable knowledge of Microsoft Office software.
- Knowledge of basic office equipment, including laptop computer, printer, fax, scanner, copier, and postage machine.
- Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work on a team.
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with peers, state agencies, and the public.
- Excellent time-management skills.
- Knowledge of federal and state laws, rules, regulations, and programs pertaining to victim services preferred.
- Knowledge of domestic violence, sexual assault, and trauma issues preferred.
- Knowledge of the methods and means of collecting and evaluating information.
- Ability to develop and document clear and concise procedures, policies, and instructions necessary to the operation and implementation of the program.
Maxim Health is seeking LCSWs for all over Missouri, including the Kansas City area and 3 openings in Charleston, MO. For more information, contact:
Bothwell Regional Health Center is seeking a medical social worker to provide direct clinical social work to specialty areas of the hospital. This position provides services to patients and families, via psychosocial assessment, interdisciplinary collaboration, advocacy, and referral and coordinates with case management to assure appropriate continuity of care. This position reports directly to the Director of Case Management.
- Participates in interdisciplinary care team planning and assist team in understanding and recognizing the significance of social, environmental, emotional and family factors in relationship to patient’s illness, treatment and recovery.
- Interviews patients/families and completes psychosocial assessments, utilizing knowledge of developmental systems, cognitive theories, age-specific issues, cultural values, and family dynamics.
- Provides psychosocial counseling or patients/families, regarding end of life issues, understanding of illness/disability and lifestyle changes.
- Assesses post-hospital needs, identifying community resources and make referrals that meet those needs. Collaborate with other agencies, providing patient advocacy, including serving on community boards as appropriate to job assignments.
- Responsible for development of policy and procedures within job specific areas. Be knowledgeable of JCAHO, Medicare and Medicaid guidelines as applies. Participates in continuous improvement activities.
- Education: Master’s degree in Social Work, from an accredited school of Social Work
- Licensure/Certification: LMSW or LCSW preferred or obtain LMSW within 1 year of employment
- Work Experience: Two years of hospital social work experience preferred.
Columbia Catholic School is seeking a school social worker. Contact Elaine Hassemer at email@example.com for position and application details.
Blessing Health System is seeking an outpatient clinical therapist. This position is responsible for providing clinical therapy services to individuals, families, and/or groups in the outpatient clinic. This position requires providing services to one or more age populations, including child through geriatric, in a manner that demonstrates an understanding of the functional/developmental age of the individual served. This position requires full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the Mission of Blessing Hospital. It is expected that the employee demonstrate behavior consistent with the Core Values while supporting the strategic plan, goals, and direction of the Performance Improvement Process / Patient Safety Plan at Blessing Hospital.
- LCSW, LCPC OR Licensed Psychologist
- Excellent written and verbal skills
- Minimum 2 years experience in individual/family/marital therapy
- Independent clinical skills needed to provide individual/family/marital therapy sessions
- License/Certifications/Special Requirements: POSSESSES CURRENT APPROPRIATE ILLINOIS LICENSE
The University of Missouri, School of Medicine - Department of Psychiatry is seeking a psychotherapist to independently assess, diagnose, counsel and treat the child and adolescent population. This position is a split-funded position. 50% of the therapist’s time will be spent working in the MU Healthcare Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Clinic and the other 50% will be spent working with the Project Soar initiative, presently located in the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Clinic.
- Interview, assess and provide individual counseling to clients who are experiencing personal, social, educational or vocational problems.
- Evaluate treatment of clients and modify treatment based on specific individual’s evaluation.
- Collaborate with physicians and other specialists in the referral of clients.
- Facilitate family therapy sessions for patients with personal problems, educational problems, habit disorders and other essential issues.
- Research, design and develop educational materials relating to specific concerns about psychological health related problems.
Project Soar Job Description: Child-Parent Psychotherapist. Primary role is to provide Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) to parent-child dyads. CPP is an evidence based psychotherapy for trauma for children birth – 5 y/o.
Project Soar Responsibilities:
- Comprehensive, developmentally appropriate assessment, including interviews with parents and children; observation of parent-child interactions; questionnaires; written report.
- CPP therapy sessions with parent and child present, with focus on repairing the behavioral and mental health problems stemming from trauma of young children by strengthening the parent-child attachment and other intervention strategies.
- Engage community providers to help determine the needs of the early childhood population.
- Refer children and families to community and other agencies and resources as needed, and provide case management and coordination of care.
- Consult and collaborate with other providers regarding patient care, problems and treatment planning.
- Document patient care appropriately and in accordance with department and hospital policy.
- Collect data to monitor adherence to evidence based treatment and effectiveness of treatment.
- As needed, participate in training in CPP and other best practices for young children.
Minimum Qualifications: A Master’s degree in social work, mental health nursing, counseling education, psychology or related area, or an equivalent combination of education and experience from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities can be acquired, is necessary. Licensure as a Clinical Social Worker, Psychologist, Professional Counselor or Certified Clinical Specialist in Mental Health Nursing, with an additional year of clinical therapeutic experience in a medical setting, is required.
Preferred Qualifications: Preferred Qualifications: Master’s degree in social work, mental health nursing, counseling education, psychology or related area. Working knowledge of various therapy models; Experience working with children and families. At least one year of clinical therapeutic experience in a medical setting is preferred.
Salary: $48,422 to $66,809.60, annually
Apply online: Job ID#: 29546
Missouri Alliance for Children is seeking a case manager. This position provides ongoing case management for a designated group of client families. Tasks include responsibility for Family Support Team facilitation, development of individualized care (treatment) plans, coordination of individualized services across all settings, coordination of providers working in the home, school, and community environment, documentation of support related activities and services. Must be willing to travel State-Wide to visit the children where they are placed. Case load will be 8-10 clients.
- Master’s Degree in psychology, social work, criminal justice, guidance and counseling, or drug and alcohol counseling.
- Bachelor’s degree in human behavioral science which includes 30 semester or 45 quarter hours either in development of human behavior, child development, family intervention techniques, diagnostic measure, or therapeutic techniques, such as social work, psychology, guidance counseling, drug and alcohol and child development and two years experience in the delivery of protective social services, family preservation services or targeted case management services in a public or private agency.
- Current Missouri driver’s license, good driving record, vehicle insurance, and adequate transportation to escort clients to appointments and team meetings.
- Clear background check
Please send resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
SEMO Alliance for Disability Independence (SADI) is accepting resumes for a full time Case Manager position in the Charleston office. Responsibilities include: providing comprehensive case management to persons with disabilities through the Consumer Directed Services program. Candidate must have excellent written and verbal communication skills, the ability to multi-task, and be able to work independently. Bachelor of Social Work or a related field is preferred. Experience and working knowledge of disability related issues is desirable. Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. 35 hour work week and benefits. Salary commensurate with experience and abilities. Please send resumes and references to:
755 South Kingshighway
Cape Girardeau, MO 63703
Attention: Donna Thompson
Or fax to: (573) 651-0547
Tiger Place Independent Living is seeking a social services director. This person is preferred to have a background as an LPN in either Skilled or Assisted Living and be licensed in the state in which they operate, or have Certification of Attendance for the basic 36 hour Social Service Designee course. Under supervision of the Administrator, the Social Services Director is responsible for working with residents in evaluating residents’ social needs, easing the transition to the facility and planning and organization of social activities for residents and their families.
- Work with new resident and responsible party in evaluating the individual resident’s social needs, easing the transition for resident and family members.
- Responsible for documentation of social data: (a) Admission assessment, (b) plan of care, (c) discharge plan, or (d) progress notes.
- Participate in inter facility transfer/ relocations to ensure resident’s rights are not infringed on and transfer/relocation goes smoothly for resident.
- Planning and organizing family group meetings, family night activities, and resident council meetings.
- Provide counseling sources, either in the facility or arranged on referral, as need arises.
- Visit each resident on timely basis, with intervals of visiting a resident not to exceed seven days.
- Monitor residents’ need of clothing items; purchase clothing items, if their financial status allows, or arrange assistance when needed.
- Work closely and cooperatively with facility ombudsman.
- Implement the Americare Systems, Inc. policies and procedures.
- Implement the procedures for Facilities’ policies and procedures.
- Compile and submit the department objectives and achievements in a written Quarterly Review.
- Participate in regularly scheduled conferences with the Administrator and Department Heads.
- Participate in the multi disciplinary resident plan of care.
- Maintain high standards for sanitation and safety.
- Attend scheduled seminars and workshops approved by the Administrator.
- Maintain good communication with all departments of the facility.
- High school diploma or equivalent.
- Preferred college classes in sociology and/or psychology.
- Certificate of Attendance for accomplishment of 36 hour basic course for Social Service Designee in Long Term Care Facility from the Missouri Health Care Association.
- Must have the ability to read and write and be able to express self in documentation.
- Ability to possess a realization that errors and incompetence may have serious consequences for the residents.
- Personable, well organized and maintaining accurate records capable of maintaining accurate records.
- Must meet in service requirements for attendance as set by this facility.
Missouri Girls Town Foundation, Inc. is seeking a therapist (LCSW or LPC) to assist in the assurance that campus operations remain in compliance with rules and regulations required by the State of Missouri, Council on Accreditation, and Medicaid. The therapist advocates for their assigned clients and ensures that proper programming is delivered to aid in the successful treatment of the client for the fulfillment of the agency’s mission. The therapist reports directly to the Program/Clinical Director.
- Work in tandem with the Program/Clinical Director to support the direct care staff, to develop treatment programming and to ensure direct compliance with COA, Medicaid, Missouri licensing standards and the policies and procedures established by Missouri Girls Town.
- Maintain proper licensure with the state of Missouri.
- Carry a caseload not to exceed twelve clients.
- Provide weekly individual and group therapy with an intent to make all sessions billable while adhering to the module of therapy utilized by the agency.
- Complete all required paperwork meeting internal and external deadlines.
- Provide necessary case management for individual clients and act as the liaison between referral source, family, school, outside services, etc.
- Assist in updating policies and procedures as needed pertaining to clinical concerns.
- Additional duties may be assigned by the Program/Clinical Director or the Executive Director.
- Master’s Degree in Social Work or Counseling with expectation of becoming a Licensed Clinical Social Worker or Licensed Professional Counselor with two years of employments.
- Minimum age of 25 years.
- No criminal record of history of child abuse.
- Ability to demonstrate caring, tolerance, and patience when dealing with at risk youth.
- Ability to demonstrate understanding of philosophy, policies and procedures, strategies and programs of Missouri Girls Town.
- Strong leadership, communication and interpersonal skills.
- Ability to maintain confidentiality and ethics.
- Ability to be on time and dependable.
- Ability to work independently.
To inquire about our current openings, please call or email your resume to Human Resources at:
Phone: (573) 642-5345
Fax: (573) 642-5162
Contact: Director of HR – Sharon Acree-Frausto at email@example.com
Family Access Center for Excellence (FACE) of Boone County, MO is seeking a clinical case manager / clinical instructor to fill a 12-month position. FACE is a newly funded, direct community service center jointly supported by the Boone County, MO Department of Social Services and the University of Missouri’s Department of Educational, School and Counseling Psychology, the Missouri Prevention Center, the Department of Psychological Sciences, and the School of Social Work. FACE is an innovative approach to coordinating and improving the mental and physical health, well-being, and safety of children and families in Boone County, MO in a manner that is transparent and promotes client/family direct involvement and choice in the development and implementation of treatment plans.
- Implement evidence based assessment, youth evaluations, and linkages to other agencies.
- Provide intensive case management services to oversee the follow through and implementation of service plans (i.e., execution of referrals, reducing barriers to service acquisition of psychiatry services, etc.)
- Support prevention activities and training in the community.
- Support clinical practicum placement, training, and supervision of graduate students.
- Masters level, Specialist, or Doctoral degree in School Psychology, Social Work, Clinical Psychology or related field
- Experience working in community settings, implementing evidence-based assessment and interventions, and coordinating clinical services for youth
- Candidates will be evaluated on the following factors:
- Ability to implement and coordinate clinical services
- Ability to communicate across multiple disciplines
- Communication, organizational, and management skills
- Provide clinical supervision to graduate students
- Ability to provide service to the program, department, college, and the profession
- Certification or Licensure in specialization area
Application Deadline Beginning Review Date: Formal review of applications will begin April 30, 2019 and continue until the position is filled. Apply online Job ID# 29544.
Mental Wellness, LLC is a well-established private practice located in Osage Beach, MO. Mental Wellness has been providing outpatient mental health services to our area residence for the past 14 years. We are seeking a fully Missouri Licensed Psychologist, Social Worker, or Licensed Professional Counselor to join our outpatient mental health clinic.
Job Description: The provider will offer a wide variety of services to include individual therapy, couples therapy, family therapy, and psychological assessments depending on education qualifications in an outpatient setting. In addition, this therapist will have the opportunity to provide counseling services to patients at our local inpatient psychiatric hospital. Based on educational/licensure level, this individual will have the opportunity to complete State Disability Evaluations, Bariatric Evaluations, Veteran Affair Evaluations, etc. Our practice offers services Monday thru Friday with flexible work schedule.
Mental Wellness, LLC has been designated as a Student Loan Repayment site through the NHSC. Qualified applicants may apply per calendar year. Therapists are contract employees with freedom to set their schedules to allow as many, or few hours per week, with a minimum of 12 contact hours per week; or as many hours desired. Therapists with outpatient private practice experience are preferred; however, all are welcomed to apply. Basic computer skills required for charting. Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Contract.
Apply: Please send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax 573-302-7239. Please contact Becky at 573-302-7241 with any questions.
Crawford County Mental Health Center in Pittsburg, KS is seeking part-time, on-call Qualified Mental Health Professionals in our Emergency/Crisis Services. Weekly on-call rotation for evenings, nights, and weekends. Requires licensure with the Kansas BSRB as LMSW/LSCSW, LPC/LCPC, LMFT/LCMFT, LMLP/LCP or the ability to become licensed. The position will be responsible for providing emergency screens for hospitalization and crisis intervention by phone. Crawford County Mental Health Center is a National Health Service Corp Approved Site offering loan repayment opportunities to those employed, if/once they have obtained their clinical licensure. Positions open until filled.
Please send resume with references via e-mail to email@example.com, fax 620-235-7148 or mail:
Crawford County Mental Health
911 E. Centennial
Pittsburg, KS 66762