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Most employers are reputable and reliable, but the School of Social Work is not in a position to guarantee the professional standing of individual agencies, companies or other employers posting position notices. Applicants should research potential employers as part of the job search process.

Employers: if you would like us to post your opening, send it to: ssw@missouri.edu.

Missouri State Job Opportunities can be viewed at https://www.mo.gov/work/job-seekers/. This site provides information concerning Merit registers that are open for current, future, and ongoing job opportunities within the agencies that comprise the Missouri Merit System. State Employment Information for Job Applicants can be viewed and accessed at: http://oa.mo.gov/human-resources-service-center.

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Boone County Family Resources is seeking a support coordinator who is bilingual in Spanish/English to help individuals with developmental disabilities and their families in their efforts to thrive in our community, connect with others and achieve their personal goals. Responsibilities include working collaboratively with multidisciplinary teams to implement treatment plans and link individuals to needed services and resources. Applicants must be at least 21 years old and meet Federal Qualified Developmental Disabilities Professional (QDDP) qualifications as required to provide Targeted Case Management services, including a Bachelor’s degree in a human services field, and one year of related experience. Additionally, applicants must have access to an insured and properly maintained vehicle for transportation and operate that vehicle in a safe and prudent manner to comply with all applicable laws.

For more info, go to www.bcfr.org/careers or call Jamie McElwain at (573)874-1995 ext. 220.

The Missouri Psychiatric Center is seeking a full-time behavioral health social worker (MSW/LCSW) to assess and assist in stabilization and aftercare planning for patients in an acute care inpatient psychiatric setting. Conduct social work assessments and develop treatment plans to direct inpatient care as part of an interdisciplinary team. Provide individual, family, and group therapies as needed to help patient achieve stability. Work collaboratively with families and external agencies to support patient success in the community.

Responsibilities:

  • Complete social service assessments of patients requiring inpatient psychiatric evaluations and care. Contact family members and community providers; collect collateral information to contribute to a comprehensive assessment and development of care plan.
  • Apply advanced clinical knowledge and skills to provide therapeutic interventions (individual, family, and group therapies) in order to support patients in the stabilization of acute psychiatric symptoms and modulation of maladaptive behaviors that will allow them to meet their treatment goals/objectives and move quickly to the next step on continuum of care. Provide family counseling and education.
  • Work collaboratively with interdisciplinary team (physicians, nursing, and occupational therapy, recreation therapy) to develop and implement patient treatment plans. Review of the treatment plan is daily during the treatment team meetings. Work with other departments to coordinate services. Serve as a resource to ensure appropriate utilization of services.
  • Develop individualized aftercare plans for patients, which connect each patient with mental health and other community resources as needed. Maintain documentation that meets all hospital and regulatory standards for care. Maintain regular contact with patient’s families, community supports, and outpatient providers with the consent of the patient.
  • Gather data, compile information, and prepare reports. Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. Maintain knowledge and expertise in electronic software tools, Cerner, All Scripts/ECIN, etc. Participate in appropriate hospital committee activities.

Qualifications:

  • MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK:
    • Requires a Master’s Degree in social work from a college accredited by the National Council of Social Work Education.
    • Licensed Master’s Social Worker is required within six months of hire.
    • LCSW will be required within three (3) years of employment, upon licensure employees will be transferred into Behavioral Health Social Worker (LCSW) title.
  • LICENSED CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKER:
    • Requires a Master’s Degree in social work from a college accredited by the National Council of Social Work Education.
    • Candidates must be a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) through Missouri Department of Professional Regulations.
    • Strong preference will be given to candidates who received licensed supervision in a behavioral health environment.

Salary Range:

  • MSW: $21.36 - $26.74 - $32.12
  • LCSW: $24.58 - $30.78 - $36.98

Apply online: vacancy #18003461

Columbia Public Schools is seeking a temporary social worker for the special education department. Individuals in this position provide mental health supports for students with disabilities in order for the students to fully access academic and behavioral services. This is a full-time, temporary position designed to support two middle schools from October 2019 through December 2019.

Responsibilities:

  • Works collaboratively with special education teachers to meet individual student needs.
  • Creates curriculum and directly teaches social skills and coping strategies to students with disabilities.
  • Using a trauma-informed approach, assists with student discipline and uses safe crisis management interventions.
  • Understands and assists with the consistent implementation of positive behavior intervention and supports.
  • Utilizes data to develop and lead support groups for students with mental health and behavioral concerns.
  • Provides supportive consultation services to all school personal.
  • Assists with referrals to and the coordination of services from mental health/social service agencies.
  • Assists in resolving attendance problems.
  • Assists with parent communication regarding mental health concerns and discipline.
  • Performs family crisis intervention and parent education as needed.
  • Conducts home visits as needed to address student/family needs.
  • Maintains communication with appropriate community agencies.
  • Identifies need and offers in-service training for school personnel and parents.
  • Evaluates and documents the progress of students toward specific goals and objectives.
  • Understands and adheres to the Board of Education policies and procedures.
  • Perform other duties as necessary to support the mission and vision of Columbia Public School district.

Qualifications:

  • Education: Master’s degree in Social Work or Counseling.
  • Certification: Licensed Clinical Social Worker or Licensed Professional Counselor. Unlicensed counselors with experience will be considered for this temporary position.
  • Experience: 2-3 years prior experience working with students with emotional or mental health needs; school-based experience is preferred.

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Crawford County Mental Health Center has openings in the following positions:

  • Community Rehab Specialist: full-time position to provide support services to children who are severely emotionally disturbed, providing both case management and psychosocial groups. Position requires Bachelors degree in Human Services Field and/or relevant experience may be substituted for degree requirement. Must have valid drivers license and ability to move freely around the community. Candidates must have ability to support families and engage in collaborative partnerships with system providers. Must be able to meet productivity standards and documentation requirements.
  • Child and Family Therapist QMHP: full-time Qualified Mental Health Professional in our Children’s Program in Pittsburg, KS. 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 the assessment of behavioral health disorders, development of treatment plans and interventions, delivery of counseling and psychotherapy opportunities to consumers and consultation with other community agencies. The position will be working in a program with a strong emphasis in community support services for SED children. Benefits package includes participation in KPERS Retirement System, health, dental, and life insurance. 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.
  • Addiction Counselor: full-time position will provide assessment and treatment to substance abusers as part of a multi-disciplinary treatment team. Applicant must be a licensed Addictions Counselor in the State of Kansas. A Bachelor’s Degree in counseling, social work, psychology or similar related health or human services related field is preferred. Benefits package includes participation in KPERS Retirement System, health, dental, and life insurance.

Job applications can be found on our web site, http://www.crawfordmentalhealth.org/ About Us, Employment. Send resume and/or job application to:

Human Resources
911 E. Centennial
Pittsburg, KS 66762
620-235-7148 Fax
amoreno@cmhccc.org

Veterans United Home Loans is seeking a paid inclusion and social impact intern to assist the team in their efforts to prepare and facilitate programming that enhances lives and has a positive impact in Veterans United and the community.

Responsibilities:

  • Support the Douglass Emergency Fund, including monitoring requests, tracking expenses, and purchasing requested items.
  • Identify internal donations and coordinate deliveries.
  • Assist departmental projects and provide general administrative support in areas of both HR and Culture.

Necessary Skills:

  • Exceptional task management and time management skills.
  • Disciplined.
  • Strong organizational skills.
  • High attention to detail.
  • Adaptable to change and shifts in priority.
  • Maturity in dealing with confidential and delicate information.
  • Ability to work independently and meet deadlines.

Requirements:

  • Proficient in basic computer technologies, appropriate for an internet-based company.
  • Valid driver's license and insurance.
  • Proficient with Outlook Calendar, Microsoft Word and Excel.

Veterans United is proud to be an EOE/ADA and Military Friendly employer.

Apply online

A Corporate Public School Partnership is seeking a full-time program assistant to support school faculty/staff and plan, schedule, coordinate, implement (when necessary), and facilitate program projects and events on behalf of the partnership.

Responsibilities:

  • Support counseling, continuing education, and career development programs.
  • Track program milestones, manage deliverables, and identify risks.
  • Coordinate programs and volunteer participation that support youth.
  • Remain knowledgeable on corporate resources, and advise partnership leaders on potential programming.
  • Communicate regularly with the Corporate Team Lead and Director on necessary reports, reviews, and updates pertaining to planning, programming, and project results.
  • Serve as a liaison between corporate and the school.

Necessary skills:

  • High attention to detail.
  • Ability to manage time.
  • Ability to motivate and encourage a high-performing diverse team.
  • Strong communication skills (both written and verbal).
  • Organization skills.
  • Exemplary customer service skills.
  • Excel in fast-paced, results-oriented environment.
  • Thrive in a highly cooperative work setting.

Requirements:

  • Skilled in public speaking and effective presentation.
  • Involvement in community diversity initiatives and/or programs.
  • Proficient in basic computer technologies, appropriate for an internet-based company.

The Corporate-Public School Partnership is proud to be an EOE/ADA and Military Friendly employer.

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Great Circle is seeking part-time parent educator positions to help support our foster care case management teams. These positions provide support services to families that are affiliated using various social work and educational methods, including individual, and/or group family support, and crisis intervention. This position is responsible for developing trusting, nurturing and supportive relationships with families over a long term intervention. Provide strengthbased, child focused, family centered service based on the Strengthening Families Protective Factors Framework. The parent and child educator reports to the Director of the Parenting Life Skills Center or Community Based Services, depending on the program.

Responsibilities:

  • Facilitates various group and individual parent education classes, parenting classes i.e. Parent Child Together Classes, court mandated, and other required events and meetings*
  • Conducts education programs both on site, in the community, or in a family’s home
  • Enrolls clients and assesses emotional and social needs of families
  • Support parents and help them to get their children off to a healthy start through ongoing assessment, education and support*
  • Provides necessary referrals to outside agencies for assistance in completing goals set by families
  • Position may include home visitation duties using Health Families America Model and DHSS contract responsibilities
  • Engage families through a strength based approach that encourages the client to see their own strengths and make self-director efforts at change
  • Establish awareness in the community regarding the program and work to ensure families in need have information about how to access services*
  • Maintains files according to Great Circle requirements
  • Participates in staff meetings
  • Utilizes a computer in preparing professional written reports and summaries for various agencies within the established time frame
  • May transport residents or clients on the job
  • Capable of functioning independently, practicing good judgment and discretion in decision making and promote positive parenting and child development while reducing the risk of child maltreatment*
  • Demonstrated willingness to work a non-structured flexible schedule which may include evenings and weekends
  • Performs all other duties assigned for the betterment of the organization

Qualifications: Strong customer service focus, excellent time management, oral and written communication skills. Independent judgment is required to plan, prioritize and organize a diversified workload with attention to detail. Proficient in Word and email applications. Must be able to work productively and respectfully with individuals and families from diverse cultural backgrounds.

Bachelor’s degree in a human service area, family development or related area or Associates degree in Child Development with 60+ college credit hours and a minimum of 2 years’ experience working with children and families. Minimum of two years’ experience working with children and families and demonstrate knowledge of child development practices. Possess a current, valid Class E driver’s license and meet the organizations requirements for insurance.

Preferred Education and Experience:

  • Working with children
  • Working in a trauma informed environment
  • Knowledge of trauma and its impacts on healthy development
  • Master’s Degree

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Great Circle is seeking a case manager supervisor in Springfield, MO to provide supervision to case managers, manage the on-call case management schedule where applicable, and provide customer service to internal and external teams. This position reports to the manager.

Responsibilities:

  • Ensures program fidelity to Great Circle’s treatment model, standards and expectations to create a safe and therapeutic milieu.
  • Ensures all case management documentation is completed in a timely and professional manner.
  • Provide approval/oversight of electronic health record documentation.
  • Responsible for the selection, supervision, evaluation and development of team.
  • Communicate with internal and external teams to provide appropriate customer service.
  • Maintain positive behavioral role modeling and customer service for staff, clients, and customers.
  • Engages in crisis intervention and programming activities with clients as needed.
  • Develops and coordinates case manager on-call schedule where applicable.
  • Facilitates communication and reporting between team members at all levels, both internal and external.
  • Participates in clients staffing, team meetings, and department meetings as necessary.
  • Other duties as needed for the betterment of Great Circle

Qualifications:

  • Strong customer service focus.
  • Demonstrated leadership and strong organizational skills.
  • Excellent time management.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Demonstrated ability in behavior management in relating to and communicating with children with a wide range of behavioral issues from moderate to severe.
  • Current, valid Class E driver's license and meet Great Circle requirement for driver’s insurance.
  • Ability to read, write, speak, and understand English.
  • Intermediate skill level in Word, Excel, and email applications.

Required Education and Experience

  • Equivalent combination of years of college education and direct care experience with in a behavioral population.
  • Experience in social services, inpatient psychiatric treatment, residential treatment, Partial Hospitalization or related field.
  • Master’s degree and license eligible for Business Center Program

Preferred Education and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in social services related field
  • Supervisory experience preferred
  • Service in the cottage or in a residential care setting
  • Experience working with children and families in a trauma informed environment

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SSM Health is seeking a full-time counselor (LCSW/LPC) to provide individual, group therapy and case management services, documenting patient's response to services initiating charges for services provided and communicating with patient's support team.

Responsibilities:

  • Promotes Exceptional Patient Care by communicating with patients and support staff in an effort to manage the patient's mental illness and maintain or improve patient's independence.
  • Provides Exceptional Clinical Service Outcomes by assessing patient's mental health symptoms, by developing a master treatment plan, by effectively communicating the plan to patients and facilitating daily group within the scope of practice and utilizing effective group techniques.
  • Encourages Exceptional Patient Safety by monitoring patient's attendance in program, educating patients on mental and physical health issues and encouraging patient's to assertively communicate with support team and assisting patient's in developing effective problem solving skills.
  • Assists in Exceptional Financial Performance by documenting services provided on a timely basis and accurately entering charges in the Electronic Health Record.
  • Contributes to Exceptional Employee and Physician Satisfaction by establishing professional relationships, providing clear and timely communication with co-workers and physicians, resolving conflicts in a timely and effective manner and offering help to others when needed.

Qualifications:

  • Licensed Clinical Social Work, Licensed Professional Counselor
  • Master’s Degree in Social Work or Behavioral Health
  • 1-3 years of Group Therapy and working with the Chronically Mentally ill
  • Knowledge of Dual Diagnosis

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SSM Health is seeking a full-time counselor (LCSW/LPC) to provide individual, family and group counseling, and crisis intervention and consultation. Coordinates aftercare plans and placements. Evaluates and assesses mental health patients and families. Performs psychosocial evaluations and participates in multidisciplinary treatment team. Supervises the provision of social services by other social workers and other assigned mental health professionals and students. The ideal candidate must be able to evaluate and treat a wide variety of mental health and family disorders. Must be skilled in child, adolescent, adult, and senior mental health care and consulting issues. Must be able to act as a professional resource person to other mental health professionals.

Responsibilities:

  • Conducts psychological testing/evaluations of assigned patients and families.
  • Provides individual psychotherapy.
  • Provides and participates in group therapy sessions.
  • Provides family assessments/treatments.
  • Provides progress notes, evaluation reports and other required documentation in compliance with federal, state and regulatory agency guidelines.
  • Provides consultation to other department and medical staff.
  • Participates in treatment team planning as requested.
  • Willing to participate as on-call staff.
  • Maintain open and consistent communication with referral and placement agencies.

Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree in Social Work or Behavioral Health
  • Licensed Clinical Social Work, Licensed Professional Counselor
  • 1-3 years of Group Therapy and working with the Chronically Mentally ill
  • Knowledge of Dual Diagnosis

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SEMO Alliance for Disability Independence, Inc. is seeking a a full-time case manager on their Special Needs Program. Applicants would be responsible for training caregivers who work in the field, scheduling, completing monthly reviews for the program, etc. This position requires the employee to develop and foster winning relationships with each of the consumers we serve and their families, as well as our caregivers. Applicants must possess a bachelor's degree in Social Work or related field. Proficient computer skills, excellent verbal and written communication skills, attention to detail and organizational skills are a must for this position. Applicants must be able to pass a background screening, have reliable transportation and a current driver license. Competitive salary and great benefit package included.

All Applicants please email your resume to Raquel Dannenmueller at raquel@sadi.org.

Community Counseling Center has openings in several positions:

  • School Based Therapist - Ste. Genevieve, MO
    This positions is responsible for providing and identifying children at the designated school location who may qualify for the CPRC program and make necessary referrals for the children as well as their families. The school-based therapist will be in consultation with the school staff in order to meet mental health goals of the school.
  • School Based Services Supervisor - five county catchment area
    This position supervises our School Based Therapy and Youth Day Treatment Programs, with the home base being in Cape Girardeau, MO. This is an exempt full time position. Successful candidates for this position would have previous supervisory experience, knowledge of school based services or working with children, and a mindset to continue helping these programs grow.
  • Clinical Therapist - Cape Girardeau, MO
  • Outreach/Intake Specialist - Location: Perryville, MO

Apply for these positions and more.

Kansas City Public Library is seeking a community resource sr. specialist. This is a community-minded position that exemplifies the characteristics of collaborative, innovative, and person-focused solutions, this outreach position is charged with spearheading the dynamic growth of the library’s community resources team’s programs and services system-wide. The community resources team provides information, referrals, and staff support relevant to the service of individuals facing life challenges and serves as experts in social services.

Responsibilities:As a Community Resource Senior Specialist, you would: spearhead the expansion and development of Community Resources by working with internal and external stakeholders hiring and training Community Resources Team members; assist in securing team resources through partnerships and grant writing; and managing grants and projects. Also assists in serving a diverse array of communities, individuals, and service providers by providing information, support, and Library outreach assistance; striving to maintain the Library as a welcoming environment by serving as a staff resource on cultural sensitivity, social services, and community resources; working at events relevant to Community Resources to promote Library services, soliciting feedback, and advocating for the needs of patrons. Supervises 1-2 Community Resources staff members, social work practicum students, and AmeriCorps VISTAs.

Qualifications: Requirements include a demonstrated willingness and ability to provide outstanding service to a wide range of customers, extensive community knowledge, extensive community knowledge, and the ability to adapt in a flexible environment which changes quickly and provides many opportunities for creative input and new ideas. You also need knowledge of library operations and service; project management experience; the ability to work effectively and productively with minimum supervision; intermediate computer experience, and supervisory experience. Minimum qualifications include a Master of Social Work degree and 2+ years of post-MSW experience working in social services.

This is a full-time exempt position. The starting salary is $48,118 including excellent benefits. This position is open until filled.

Please apply for this position through our web application system at www.kclibrary.org/jobs. Kansas City Public Library is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

Social Work p.r.n. is seeking social workers to work as part of a multidisciplinary team at a mental health hospital in Farmington, MO. These positions are 40 hours/week, Monday through Friday. While they are temporary jobs, it is possible that they could become permanent. Openings exist in the adult psychiatric unit (minimum security) and the sexual offender service (high security). All positions require a Masters degree in Social Work. In both the Adult Psychiatric and Sexual Offender Treatment Service, social workers will be part of a multi-disciplinary team.

Responsibilities:

  • Writing assessments, notes, and treatment plans
  • Facilitating treatment groups
  • Acting as liaison with patient's family and guardians
  • Facilitating the discharge process for patients
  • Treatment modalities in the Adult Psychiatric unit include Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Illness Management and Recovery programming. The Sexual Offender service uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as the primary mode of therapeutic intervention in group therapy.

To apply for this position, email gayle@socialworkprn.com or call 314-963-3155.

Easter Seals is seeking a part-time ABA implementer. This position is responsible for conducting 1:1 applied behavior analysis therapy with young children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). This position works under the guidance of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). Play-based methods based in ABA principles are used to teach young children crucial play skills, social skills, communication, and self-help skills. This is a great position for those seeking to work with children with developmental disabilities and their families. Ideal candidates can work at least 15 hours per week between the hours of 8am and 5:30pm, are willing to travel up to 40 miles with reimbursement, love children, and are able to work independently. Many of our implementers come from the fields of psychology, education, social work, and health sciences.

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If you would like more information about the position, please contact Tara Wehmeyer or Megan Tregnago at Tara.Wehmeyer@esmw.org or Megan.Tregnago@esmw.org 573-874-3777.

The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education is seeking multiple vocational rehabilitation counselors in Kansas City, MO.

Responsibilities:

  • Provides counseling and guidance services by effectively communicating vocational-related issues with clients.
  • Promotes case findings, receives referrals, conducts interviews and gathers information to determine eligibility for Vocational Rehabilitation.
  • Analyzes, interprets, and evaluates medical, psychological, social, educational, and employment information regarding applicants.
  • Arranges for or administers appropriate assessments to ascertain client's mental level, aptitudes, interests and abilities.
  • Plans with clients regarding services necessary to the attainment of realistic vocational goals.
  • Prepares and recommends individualized plans for employment.
  • Arranges for provision of rehabilitation services in accordance with approved individualized plans for employment.
  • Assumes responsibility for suitable placement and follow-up in employment.
  • Travels to meet with clients and partners in public locations.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Master's degree from an accredited college/university in rehabilitation counseling, guidance and counseling, clinical psychology, clinical social work with experience in vocational counseling or closely related field.
  • Work experience with individuals with disabilities is highly desirable.

Salary: $39,528 -$41,496 annually (Depending on qualifications)

Apply online: Kansas City Downtown | Kansas City North

Grace Reliant Health Services is seeking a LMSW/LCSW in Southeast Missouri, including the following counties: Scott, Mississippi, New Madrid, Pemiscot, and Dunklin. Most services will be provided in the client home and will include training natural and paid caregivers in appropriate and effective behavior methods. Must be willing to travel to and from client homes as a part of the job. Grace Reliant Health Services provides services to persons with developmental disabilities as well as autism. This position will provide support and expertise in clinical therapeutic approach with the commitment of helping our clients achieve their full potential. This position is expected to complete assessments, treatment plans and other documentation for services rendered. Services will primarily be provided in the client's residence and therapist will also provide training to client family and caregivers to improve interactions with the client.

Responsibilities:

  • In a clinical agency and community setting, provides counseling to clients as appropriate to the situation and position; prepares treatment plans.
  • Counsels clients in individual, couples, family or small group settings.
  • Evaluates clients from a strength-based and client-focused perspective.
  • Assesses client progress and modifies treatment plans accordingly; communicates with and counsels family members as appropriate.
  • Completes specified client documentation in an accurate and timely manner, in compliance with established agency audit and client impact standards.
  • Participate in promoting Provident’s mission within the local community and creating awareness of the services Provident provides.
  • Maintains a client caseload consistent with agency requirements.
  • Participates and engages in supervision, staff and agency meetings.
  • May need to work occasionally at different locations, based upon agency and client needs at various times.
  • Participates, as requested, in agency-wide projects, planning, etc. Works collaboratively with others in a team setting, providing the best possible service not only to our clients but also our internal customers and colleagues.
  • Maintains strict adherence to all agency procedures, regulatory standards and professional ethics.
  • Obtain 15 annual hours of continuing education in applicable Counseling and Mental Health topics.
  • Successful completion of Ethics training once every two years.
  • Must possess and maintain an active professional license in good standing.
  • Effectively manage a caseload, as evidenced by the ability to accept additional clients, close inactive files in a timely manner, take adequate steps to avoid "client abandonment" and making attempts to re-engage clients who have been lax in attending.
  • Correct and effective utilization of the appropriate Evidence-Based Treatment Modalities indicated for adolescent and family populations, such as CBT, TFCBT, Play Therapy, MI, DBT, EMDR, and PCIT.

Qualifications:

  • LMSW or LCSW
  • Minimum Required Education: Masters of Social Work or Masters of Counseling, LPC or LCSW preferred or pursuing licensure in the State of Missouri is required
  • Minimum experience preferred: 2+ yrs of clinical therapy experience
  • Other Skills Required:
    • Ability to work with a variety of clients who vary in age and in mental/behavioral health concerns.
    • Ability to effectively communicate information and ideas, both orally and in writing, with both clients, colleagues, funders, auditors and other collaborative agencies.
    • Knowledge and understanding of clinical social work and mental health counseling principles, methods, procedures and standards. Ability to provide these services in an agency setting and community setting.
    • Fully competent in interviewing, psychosocial assessment, diagnosis, clinical and documentation skills.
    • Knowledge of crisis intervention techniques.
    • Knowledgeable in play therapy, family therapy and behavioral issues.
    • Ability to evaluate the progress of therapeutic plans and make individual modifications.
    • Knowledge of community support services and resources.
    • Knowledgeable and willing to work with individuals on the autism spectrum.
    • Knowledge of HIPAA and HITECH rules.
    • Skilled in preparing and maintaining client documentation in an accurate and timely manner, in compliance with established audit and productivity standards.
    • Skilled in using general office equipment, personal computers and medical records software used to document client treatment plans, progress and updates.
    • Proficient in communicating effectively, both oral and written.
    • Participate as a team member, collaborating with and providing excellent customer service to clients, funding sources, peers, other Grace Reliant employees, and other internal and external customers.
    • Serve as a representative of Grace Reliant, displaying courtesy, tact, consideration and discretion in all interactions with team members, clients, grantors, funders, auditors, and members of the general public.
    • Knowledge of therapeutic processes, and child and adolescent development.
    • Responsible to: Clinical supervisor

Interested applicants, please contact Sam Duer at samuel@grhs-mo.com.

Cornerstones of Care is expanding across Missouri and looking to hire a number of social workers in many communities.

Blessing Health System in the Quincy, IL area has openings for the following positions:

  • SOCIAL WORKER (EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT) - IP CARE COORDINATION Blessing Hospital
  • SOCIAL WORKER (EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT) - IP CARE COORDINATION Blessing Hospital
  • SOCIAL WORKER (IN-HOUSE) - IP CARE COORDINATION Blessing Hospital
  • SOCIAL WORKER (LSW or LCSW) - HOSPICE - HOSPICE - QUINCY Blessing Hospital
  • SOCIAL WORKER - IP CARE COORDINATION Blessing Hospital
  • INPATIENT INTERVENTION THERAPIST - ADOLESCENT PSYCH SERVICES Blessing Hospital
  • OUTPATIENT CHILD & ADOLESCENT THERAPIST - OUTPT BEH HEALTH Blessing Physician Services
  • OUTPATIENT CLINICAL THERAPIST (LCSW, LCPC) - OUTPT BEH HEALTH Blessing Physician Services

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The Missouri Prevention Science Institute is seeking a part-time, temporary data collector for the DiSCO Program Evaluation. This federally funded project is a four-year efficacy study evaluating the effectiveness of randomly selected high school teachers trained in classroom management practices. This The project lead is Dr. Keith Herman, Professor in the Educational, School and Counseling Psychology Department at the University of Missouri in Columbia. This is a great opportunity for students looking for research experience, especially in a school setting.

Requirements:

  • Data collectors will work with our team of about 10 staff members at the Missouri Prevention Science Institute at Mizzou, where our grant is housed.
  • Data collectors will join our Columbia team in driving in a university rental car to St. Louis for data collection.
  • Mandatory paid training is provided prior to engaging in any data collection
    • Data Collectors will be trained to administer standardized assessments conduct observations, and complete surveys with students.
  • Data collection position pays $15 per hour including training.
  • Minimum of one day of availability with more days of availability preferred.
    • Must be available from 5am -4pm during data collection periods.
  • Data collectors must be available for training in early September and for the month of October.
    • Additional data collection opportunities will be available in the spring semester.
  • Failure to show up to data collection more than once will result in termination of position.

Qualifications:

  • Be professional in conduct and dress.
  • Be flexible in your availability.
  • Be flexible in the field – tasks may change throughout the day.
  • Be a quick learner – there isn't a whole lot of time to become proficient in our observation code, so we need data collectors who pick up on new skills quickly.
  • Be comfortable in a school setting – you will be interacting with students, teachers and administrators.
  • Be independent – while we do a lot of our data collection in teams, we sometimes need to split up to be more efficient.

Contact: Madison Schoen, MSWC7@mail.missouri.edu. Express interest in an interview no later than 5pm August 26th 2019.

The Area Cooperative for Educational Support (ACES) is seeking a full-time school social worker for the 2019-20 school year. Area Cooperative for Educational Support (ACES) serves 19 school districts in Northwest Missouri to better meet the needs of at-risk and special education students. Contract will begin in August 2019. Willing to train the right candidate

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in social work from a state approved four-year college/university.
  • Completion of an approved course of study in school social work accredited by CSWE or a School Social Work Specialist credential issued by National Association of School Social Workers (NASSW) or valid Missouri license issued by State Committee for Social Workers.

Salary and Benefits:

  • Full-time, 183 contract days; salary based on education and experience and as set by the Administrative District, Mound City R-II.
  • Major medical and liability insurance furnished by district for each employee.
  • Nine days sick leave and two days personal leave per year.
  • Wage and Hour Classification: Exempt

Please submit resume, letter of interest, professional qualifications, 3 letters of recommendation, and completed Mound City non-certified teaching application, found under the Resource tab on the Mound City R-II website to Cindy Naber, Director of ACES, cindy.naber@mndcty.org. If you have any questions please call 660-254-6134.

FCC Behavioral Health is seeking a clinical therapist in Poplar Bluff, MO. This position is responsible for providing quality individual/group therapy to person(s)-served of the center in a timely and responsible manner. The therapist may also be involved in intake duties, consultation, and referral development. Further duties may include collaboration with the Intensive Care Coordinator's and Director on policies and procedures, program development and continuous quality improvement measures. In addition, the therapist will complete civil commitments when necessary.

Responsibilities:

  • Conducts individual/group therapy sessions with assigned person(s)-served and/or the person(s)-served family.
  • Demonstrate a working knowledge of the DSM and familiarity with the diagnostic criteria sets of all substance use and mental disorders.
  • Ability to stay current in education and research regarding therapeutic strategies.
  • Follow's up with all no-shows who have attended three (3) or more sessions, by telephone or individualized letter.
  • Maintain a working knowledge of all civil involuntary detention procedures.
  • Formally present cases in crisis staffing as assigned.
  • Completes all treatment plans, progress notes and social assessments in a timely fashion.
  • Maintains an accurate and up-to-date records of person(s)-served as outlined in the agency and site Policies and Procedure Manuals.
  • Provide weekly reports in staffing about new person(s)-served admissions and person(s)-served receiving therapeutic services that require team advice.
  • Ability to demonstrates a caring and compassionate approach to person(s)-served care.
  • Ability to be accepting of individual differences among person(s)-served.
  • Ability to interact tactfully and diplomatically with a variety of audiences, including frustrated, angry or otherwise emotional individuals.
  • In conjunction with the individual, family and/or significant other, identifying risk factors related to relapse in health, mental illness and/or substance use disorders and develop a plan with strategies to support recovery and prevent relapse.
  • Ensure individuals gain access to necessary rehabilitation services, general entitlement benefits, housing, schools, employment, legal services, wellness or other services and gain skills in independently accessing needed services.
  • Provide holistic, person-centered care with emphasis on harm reduction and use of motivational approaches that promote active participation in decision making and self-advocacy in all aspects of services and recovery/resiliency.
  • Contacting individuals in crisis situations including locating and coordinating resources to resolve a crisis.
  • Ensuring communication and coordination with and between multiple service providers.
  • Ability to effectively utilize computer systems currently employed by FCC.
  • Maintain/improve professional competencies through training activities and/or other educational means.
  • Maintain awareness regarding the agency vision and assist staff in continuing motivation and empowerment.
  • Participates in clinical staffing of person(s)-served to include attendance of meetings and/or written notes regarding person(s)-served cooperation and participation with program expectations.
  • Consistently complies with supervisory directives as it applies to enforcement of facility policies and procedures with person(s)-served.
  • Demonstrate a working knowledge of diagnostic criteria sets for substance use and/or mental disorders.
  • Development of the individualized recovery care plan for assigned person(s)-served with SMART goals, objectives and interventions.
  • Treatment plan review forms completed accurately and in a timely manner.
  • Progress notes written accurately using the PIRP format and in compliance with the 5-Day Rule (and/or site policy)
  • Discharge/Transition/Aftercare Summary completed accurately and in a timely manner.
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with individuals at all levels of the organization.
  • Listen to others to facilitate an open exchange of ideas and provide for effective communication.
  • Orally communicate information effectively and accurately.
  • Assure program operates within the constraints of the agency's certification (CARF, DMH) standards and strategic plan related to clinical care.
  • Maintain confidentiality, at all times, within the legal framework. Will adhere to established guidelines regarding confidentiality as well as the agency's adopted code of ethics.
  • Maintain accurate and up-to-date records of person(s)-served as outlined in the agency and site Policies and Procedure Manuals.
  • Maintain acceptable attendance record, respect break periods and work with supervisor to ensure coverage during any absence.
  • Exhibit a professional appearance, attitude and demeanor that reflects confidence, positive self-esteem and overall professionalism when working with person(s)-served, co-workers, families and referral sources.
  • Demonstrate initiative and a "can do" attitude.
  • Other job duties and special projects as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Master's Degree in Counseling, Psychology, Social Work, or related field.
  • Must have all necessary course work and meet all requirements to be licensed within the State of Missouri, at minimum be eligible to begin supervision.
  • Must meet the Department of Mental Health's criteria for Qualified Mental Health Professionals (QMHP).
  • Meet the minimum requirements to be clinically privileged by FCC Behavioral Health.

Apply online

The Missouri State Public Defender is seeking a mitigation specialist in the Columbia Capital Office. This position involves investigative work for the purpose of developing mental health, medical and social history information necessary to both the first and second stages of death penalty murder cases. Individual will be responsible for assisting in developing a mitigation plan for presentation at trial or on appeal. Duties include interviewing clients; locating and contacting witnesses; locating, collecting, and analyzing educational, medical, mental health, and various other records. Individual will also assist defense attorneys in locating and working with experts, serving subpoenas, coordinating witnesses, creating demonstrative evidence, preparing timelines and genograms of client, researching medical/mental health issues. Travel is required and may involve working evening and weekend hours.

Qualifications: Master's degree from an accredited college or university with specialization in psychology, social work, sociology or closely related field.

Salary is $3,250 per month plus generous State of Missouri benefits package.

Applications are available online at www.publicdefender.mo.gov; by calling 573-777-9977, ext. 202; or by visiting any local public defender office. Employment Application must be received by mail, email, or fax in Human Resources no later than August 7, 2019 to be considered for position.

Send completed application to:
Missouri State Public Defender
1000 W. Nifong, Bldg. 7, Suite 100
Columbia, MO 65203
Attn.: Human Resources
FAX: 573-777-9976
EMAIL: human.resources@mspd.mo.gov


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
FAX: 573-777-9976
EMAIL: human.resources@mspd.mo.gov

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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 (S. 36th St.- SUD) Program Director Adolescent/Adult 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) Licensed Practical Nurse 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-Community Services) Behavior Analyst Community Services RFT
MO- Cape Girardeau (Independence St-Community Services) Direct Support Staff Community Services RPT
MO- Cape Girardeau (Independence St-Employment Services) Employment Specialist Employment Services RFT
MO- Desloge (Chestnut St- Employment Services) Employment Specialist Employment Services 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) Administrative Assistant Community Services 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 Peer Specialist CPRC - Hannibal RFT
MO- Hannibal PSR (Peer Support Recovery) Specialist CPRC - Hannibal RFT
MO- Hannibal (Paris Gravel Rd- Clinic) Associate Counselor Adolescent - Hannibal RFT
MO- Hannibal (Paris Gravel Rd- Clinic) Therapist CPRC/SUD 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 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 RFT
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) 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) 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) 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/RPT
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, Employment 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- Montgomery City (S. Sturgeon St- SUD) PSR (Peer Support Recovery) Specialist Adult Outpatient- Montgomery City, MO RFT
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) Administrative Assistant Employment Services RFT
MO- Nevada (N. Elm St- Employment Services) Employment Specialist Employment Services RFT
MO- Nevada (N. Elm St- Employment Services) Manager Employment Services RFT
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 Assistant Manager - Support Employment Supported Employment RFT
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 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 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 Therapist Adolescent - 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) Therapist Adult - St Charles RFT
MO- St. Charles (Children's Program) Child Specialist Children's Program- St. Charles RPT
MO- St. Charles (Children's Program) Lead Teacher Children's Program- St. Charles 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. 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 (Broadway St) Therapist Disease Management 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 - PFH Employment Services 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 (Dunnica) Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse Adult - St. Louis RFT
MO- St. Louis (Dunnica) Registered Nurse/Licensed Practical Nurse Adult - St. Louis RPT
MO- St. Louis (Northrup) Community Support Specialist Adolescent- St. Louis RFT
MO- St. Louis (Northrup) Peer Specialist (Partners in Recovery) Adolescent- St. Louis RFT
MO- St. Louis (Northrup) Registered Nurse (SIGN-ON BONUS) Adolescent- St. Louis RFT
MO- St. Louis (Northrup) Therapist Adolescent- St. Louis RFT
MO- St. Louis (Office Center - South County) Admissions Specialist Adolescent - St. Louis County RFT
MO- St. Louis (Office Center - South County) Behavioral Health Tech Adolescent - St. Louis County RFT
MO- St. Louis (Office Center - South County) Community Support Specialist Adolescent - St. Louis County RFT
MO- St. Louis (Town & Country) Counselor Adolescent - St. Louis County RFT
MO- St. Louis City Certified Nurses Assistant (CNA) Adult Outpatient- St. Louis City RPT
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) Clinical Supervisor Adolescent - St. Peters RFT
MO- St. Peters (Parkway Dr- Adolescent SUD) Clinical Supervisor TOC/OP/Residential RFT
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 Community Support Specialist Adult Outpatient- Troy, MO 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 (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(DomVio-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 (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) 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) Behavioral Health Tech - Serving Warrenton and Montgomery City Adult Outpatient- Warrenton, 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- Warrenton (E. Veterans Mem Pkwy- Adult SUD) Peer Support Specialist Adult Outpatient- Warrenton, MO RFT
MO- West Plains (Independence Square-Emp Services) Behavioral Therapist Employment Services RFT
MO- West Plains (Independence Square-Emp Services) Vocational Support Specialist Employment Services RFT
MO- West Plains (Independence Square-Emp 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/RPT
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) 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
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

Hospice of Northeast Missouri is a rural, free-standing, non-profit hospice organization looking for a Master level social worker to join the team in Kirksville MO. While an MSW (with license) is preferred, interested LBSWs with 2 years experience in hospice or a healthcare related field are encouraged to apply. This FT position is a blend of therapeutic clinical work and case management activities depending on individual presenting needs and a patient-centered care planning process. Commitment to providing quality social work services and promoting effective coping skills in dealing with loss, stress and intense emotions is the basis for succeeding in this position. We are looking for a compassionate individual with demonstrated assessment skills and the ability to apply critical thinking to situations of declining health, loss of independence and an increasing need for care and supervision. Since we serve a rural 10-county area there is a considerable amount of driving. This makes reliable transportation a necessity, and time-management skills an asset. Flexibility is also important as patient/family needs do not always occur during routine office hours and it is sometimes necessary to change plans in the middle of a day to prioritize attending to the developing or changing patient needs. Crisis management skills/experience or previous work with bereavement and/or grief support are beneficial.

This is a FT hourly wage position with a scheduled 32 to 40+ hours work week. Mileage is reimbursed @ .45/mile, and OT is paid at time & a half. Employee benefits include paid holidays, personal/sick leave time, paid health insurance and an agency match simple retirement program.

Please send resume or contact:

Carla Hustead, MSW, LCSW, ACHP-SW, Director
hospicedirector@cableone.net

Hospice of Northeast MO
201 S Baltimore St – Ste C
Kirksville, MO
(660) 627-9711

MU Adult Day Connection at the University of Missouri is seeking a director responsible for overall operational management of the facility. A university-community partnership, the ADC is a state-licensed adult day care program that combines medical and social models of care for adults and older persons with physical or cognitive limitations. The director is accountable for the consistent realization of organizational mission and financial objectives.

Apply online: Job ID #30627

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.

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

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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 dawn.girard@vsyouthranch.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 dawn.girard@vsyouthranch.org.

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.

Responsibilities:

  • 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.

Qualifications:

  • 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.

If you are interested in this position, please send your resume to: Rebekah A. Freese, MSW, LCSW, PhD rfreese@mccallumplace.com OR you can Apply Online.

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.

Responsibilities:

  • 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.klick@dmh.mo.gov.


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.

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/