Social Work Job Listings
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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.
Social Work p.r.n. is seeking MSWs licensed in Missouri as a LMSW or LCSW interested in working regular, part time shifts at residential facilities in Sullivan, MO and Bourbon, MO. This position will require 10-12 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 looking for someone available to start in early May. While this is a temporary job, the plan is to hire anyone who would be a good fit.
To learn more or to be considered, please contact Gayle Flavin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cornerstones of Care has openings in the following positions:
- Therapist I - II Blue Springs, MO - Cass / Johnson Counties, MO
- Therapist I - II Cass/Johnson Counties, MO - Cass / Johnson Counties, MO
- Executive Director of Missouri Programs & Services - Kansas City, MO
- Clinical Therapist II- Kansas City, MO - Kansas City - Gillis Campus, MO
- Residential Therapist I - II - Kansas City - Gillis Campus, MO
- Director of Development - Kansas City - Hyde Park Campus, MO
- Foster Care Case Management Assistant - Kansas City - Hyde Park Campus, MO
- Foster Care Case Management Specialist I-II - Kansas City - Hyde Park Campus, MO
- Human Resources Internship Spring 2019 - Kansas City - Hyde Park Campus, MO
- Human Resources Manager - Compensation & Benefits - Kansas City - Hyde Park Campus, MO
- Human Resources Manager - Recruitment - Kansas City - Hyde Park Campus, MO
- Therapist I-II Multiple Location MO/KS - Kansas City - Multiple Campuses, MO
- Youth Behavioral Health Specialist I-II (Kansas City, MO) - Kansas City - Multiple Campuses, MO
- Youth Behavioral Health Specialist I-II PRN - Kansas City - Multiple Campuses, MO
- Residential Program Manager - Kansas City - Ozanam Campus, MO
- Therapist I - II Ozanam Campus Residential - Kansas City - Ozanam Campus, MO
- Therapist I - II Day Treatment School - Kansas City - Ozanam Campus, MO
- Youth Behavioral Health Specialist I-II Pathways Kansas City - Pathways Kansas City Locatio
- Childcare Worker - Kansas City - Spofford Campus, MO
- Director of Resource Family Development - Kansas City - Spofford Campus, MO
- Family Development Specialist - Carroll, Ray, Lafayette Counties, MO - Kansas City - Spofford Campus, MO
- Family Development Specialist - Cass & Johnson County, MO - Kansas City - Spofford Campus, MO
- Intensive In-Home Specialist - Kansas City - Spofford Campus, MO
- Therapist I - Treatment Family Care - Kansas City - Spofford Campus, MO
- Therapist I - Maryville, MO - Maryville, MO
- Clinical Therapist - Overland Park, Kansas - Overland Park, KS
- Youth Behavioral Health Specialist I-II Pathways Wichita - Wichita - Pathways Wichita Location, KS
- Youth Behavioral Health Specialist PRN - Wichita - Wichita - Pathways Wichita Location, KS
|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|
|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 (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- 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- Community Services)||Primary Support Staff||Community Services||RFT|
|MO- El Dorado Springs (S. Highway 32- Community Services)||Direct Support Staff||Community Services||RFT/RPT|
|MO- Florissant (North County)||Community Support Specialist (Bi-Lingual)||Adolescent - St. Louis County||RFT|
|MO- Florissant (North County)||Therapist||Adolescent - St. Louis County||RFT|
|MO- Gladstone (Holmes St-Kansas City N Community Services)||Direct Support Staff (All Shifts)||Community Services||RFT/RPT|
|MO- Hannibal||Community Support Specialist||CPRC - Hannibal||RFT|
|MO- Hannibal||Co-Occurring/SUD Specialist||ACTTAY||RFT|
|MO- Hannibal||PSR (Peer Support Recovery) Specialist||CPRC - Hannibal||RFT|
|MO- Hannibal-Clarity Healthcare(Communications Dr)||Mobile Dental Care Coordinator||Clarity Healthcare||RFT|
|MO- Hannibal-Clarity Healthcare(Communications Dr)||Patient Services Coordinator||Clarity Healthcare||RFT|
|MO- Hannibal-Clarity Healthcare(Communications Dr)||School-Based Community Support Liaison / PC Technician||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) (Sign-On Bonus)||Clarity Healthcare||RFT|
|MO- Hannibal-Clarity Healthcare(Communications Dr)||Therapist- School Based||Clarity Healthcare||RFT|
|MO- Harrisonville (Westchester Ave-Employment Services)||Vocational Support Specialist||Employment Services||PRN|
|MO- Jefferson City||Family/Children’s Coordinator||Preserving Families Through Partnerships in Central Missouri||RFT|
|MO- Jefferson City (Adams S.- Adol Residential)||Community Support Specialist||Adolescent - Jeff City||RFT|
|MO- Jefferson City (Adams S.- Adol Residential)||Counselor||Adolescent - Jeff City||RFT|
|MO- Jefferson City (Adams/Hoover Locations)||Behavioral Health Tech||Adolescent/Adult - Jefferson City||RPT|
|MO- Jefferson City (Hoover Rd.- Adult Residential)||Certified Peer Specialist||Adult - Jeff City||RFT|
|MO- Jefferson City (Hoover Rd.- Adult Residential)||Clinical Supervisor||Adult - Jeff City||RFT|
|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 (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- Kansas City (E. Blue Parkway- Adol Residential)||Behavioral Health Tech (All Shifts)||Adolescent - Kansas City||RPT|
|MO- Kansas City (E. Blue Parkway- Adol Residential)||Residential Coordinator Assistant||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 – House Manager||Community Services||RFT|
|MO- Kansas City (Metro Area)||Brain Injury Specialist||Traumatic Brain Injury||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||VFT|
|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)||Community Support Specialist- Supportive Housing||Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic||RFT|
|MO- Kirksville (E. LaHarpe)||Leave Management Specialist||Human Resources||RFT|
|MO- Kirksville (E. LaHarpe)||Therapist||Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic||RFT|
|MO- Kirksville (Jamison ST.- SUD & Mental Health)||Associate Counselor||Adult - Kirksville||RFT|
|MO- Kirksville (Jamison ST.- SUD & Mental Health)||Community Support Specialist||Adult - Kirksville||RFT|
|MO- Kirksville (Jamison ST.- SUD & Mental Health)||Counselor||Adult - Kirksville||RFT|
|MO- Kirksville (Jamison ST.- SUD & Mental Health)||Employment Specialist||Adult - Kirksville||RFT|
|MO- Kirksville (Jamison ST.- SUD & Mental Health)||Peer Specialist||Adult - Kirksville||RFT|
|MO- Kirksville (LaHarpe/Jamison Locations)||Behavioral Health Tech- All Shifts||Adolescent/Adult/RCF - Kirksville||RPT|
|MO- Kirksville (Northeast MO area)||Regional HR Generalist||Human Resources||RFT|
|MO- Lake St Louis (Lake St Louis Blvd-Employment Services)||Job Coach (PRN)||Employment Services||PRN|
|MO- Lebanon||Vocational Support Specialist||Supported Employment||PRN|
|MO- Liberty (Westowne-SUD, Employment Services, Mental Health)||Community Support Specialist||Adult - Liberty||RFT|
|MO- Liberty (Westowne-SUD, Employment Services, Mental Health)||Community Support Specialist- Disease Management||Adult - Liberty||RFT|
|MO- Montgomery City (S. Sturgeon St- SUD)||Behavioral Health Tech||Adult Outpatient- Montgomery City, MO||RPT|
|MO- Nevada (N. Elm St- Employment Services)||Direct Support Staff||Community Services||RFT/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- Rolla (E. St. Route 72- Community Services)||Direct Support Staff||Community Services||RPT|
|MO- Rolla (E. St. Route 72- Community Services)||Office Administrator||Community Services||RFT|
|MO- Rolla (E. St. Route 72- Employment Services)||Vocational Support Specialist||Employment Services||PRN|
|MO- Sedalia (S. Kentucky Ave-Workforce Partner)||Business Services Representative||Workforce Partnerships||RFT|
|MO- Sedalia (S. Kentucky Ave-Workforce Partner)||Job Center Functional Leader||Workforce Partnerships||RFT|
|MO- Springfield||Behavioral Health Tech (2nd & 3rd Shifts)||Treatment Services||RPT|
|MO- Springfield||Brain Injury Specialist||Employment Services||RPT|
|MO- Springfield||Child Care Assistant||Child Care||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||Youth Specialist||Springfield Partners||RFT|
|MO- St. Charles||Behavioral Health Tech- All Shifts||Adolescent/Adult||RFT/RPT|
|MO- St. Charles||Community Support Specialist||Disease Management||RFT|
|MO- St. Charles||Maintenance Worker||Maintenance/Housekeeping||RFT|
|MO- St. Charles||Managed Care Intern (Unpaid)||Administration||INT|
|MO- St. Charles||Residential Coordinator (Adolescent, Men's, & Women's Programs)||Adolescent, Men's, & Women's||RFT|
|MO- St. Charles||Screener||Administration||RFT|
|MO- St. Charles (Adult)||Associate Counselor||Adult - St Charles||RFT|
|MO- St. Charles (Adult)||Recovery House Manager||Adult - St Charles||RFT|
|MO- St. Charles (Children's Program)||Child Specialist||Children's Program- St. Charles||RPT|
|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||Domestic Violence Shelter||RFT|
|MO- St. Charles (Domestic Violence Shelter)||Therapist (Youth)||Domestic Violence Shelter||RPT|
|MO- St. Charles (Men's)||Residential Coordinator Assistant||Men's Residential||RFT|
|MO- St. Charles (Women's)||Residential Coordinator Assistant||Women's Residential||RFT|
|MO- St. Joseph (Buckingham St)||Job Coach||Employment Services||RPT|
|MO- St. Joseph (Buckingham St)||Vocational Support Specialist||Domestic Violence/Substance Abuse||RFT|
|MO- St. Louis||Behavioral Health Tech- All Shifts||Adolescent/Adult||RFT/RPT|
|MO- St. Louis (Brentwood)||Clinical Supervisor||Adult Outpatient- Brentwood||RFT|
|MO- St. Louis (Brentwood)||Peer Specialist||Adult Outpatient- Brentwood||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)||Vocational Support Specialist||Employment Services||PRN|
|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- Affinia||Therapist||Adult - St. Louis||RFT|
|MO- St. Louis City||Certified Nurse’s 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)||Intern- Teams of Concern||Adolescent - St. Peters||RPT|
|MO- Trenton (Oklahoma Ave)||Behavioral Health Tech||Adult - Trenton||RPT|
|MO- Trenton (Oklahoma Ave)||Therapist||Adult - Trenton||RFT|
|MO- Trenton (Oklahoma Ave)||Therapist (QMHP)||CPRC - Trenton||RFT|
|MO- Troy||Clinical Supervisor (Troy, Warrenton, and Montgomery)||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 (E. Cherry St- Adult SUD)||Therapist||Adult Outpatient- Troy, MO||RFT|
|MO- Union (Franklin County)||Admissions Specialist||Adolescent - Franklin Co||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 (W. Main St- Adult SUD)||Counselor||Adult Outpatient- Union, MO||RFT|
|MO- Union (W. Main St- Adult SUD)||Office Coordinator||Adult Outpatient- Union, MO||RFT|
|MO- Union (W. Main St- Adult SUD)||Therapist||Adult Outpatient- Union, MO||RFT|
|MO- West Plains (Independence Square-Employment Services)||Behavior Analyst||Employment Services||RFT|
|MO- West Plains (Independence Square-Employment Services)||Behavioral Therapist||Employment Services||RFT|
|MO- West Plains (Independence Square- Employment Services)||Brain Injury Specialist||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 (Multiple Shifts)||Adolescent - Troy, MO (The Farm)||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)||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- Bixby||Therapist||Dayspring of Oklahoma||RFT|
|OK- Cushing (E. Main- Dayspring of OK)||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 & Bartlesville||Nurse Care Manager||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- Pawnee/Fairfax||Therapist||Dayspring of Oklahoma||RFT|
|OK- Site Location Negotiable||Nurse Care Manager||Dayspring of Oklahoma||RFT|
|OK- Stillwater (E. Lakeview Rd- Dayspring of OK)||Therapist||Dayspring of Oklahoma||RFT|
|OK- Tulsa (E. Skelly Dr.- Dayspring of OK)||Administrative Assistant||Dayspring of Oklahoma||RFT|
|OK- Tulsa (E. Skelly Dr.- Dayspring of OK)||Family Support Provider-Community Based||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 (E. Skelly Dr.- Dayspring of OK)||Therapist- Foster Care Team ($1,000 Sign -On Bonus)||Foster Care||RFT|
|OK- Tulsa (E. Skelly Dr.- Dayspring of OK)||Therapist- School Based (Dayspring of Oklahoma)||Dayspring of Oklahoma||RFT|
|Site Location Negotiable||Internships (Bachelors Level/Undergrad)||Volunteer/Intern||INT|
|Site Location Negotiable||Practicum Student/Master Level||Volunteer/Intern||INT|
Catholic Charities of Southern Missouri has openings in the following positions:
Housing Case Manager: this a full-time housing case manager to work with individuals and families to provide community prevention programs using the Family Strengthening Framework to help families succeed on a path out of poverty. This Family Strengthening program offers assistance in meeting basic needs and securing services, is flexible in the delivery of services, responds quickly and flexibly to family and community needs, and builds on family and community strengths. The position requires the ability to establish partnerships with other community organizations and serve as the coordinator/liaison for clients in order to obtain needed services. The program is focused on recognizing families’ strengths, building on them and empowering families so that they are more capable of carrying out their responsibilities and becoming self-sufficient. Specific initiatives for this position center on the homeless and at risk of homelessness population, and providing cases management to individuals and families. The Housing Case Manager must be able to demonstrate the ability to work with a diverse population of impoverished persons. This position must have a thorough understanding of case management skills including the ability to encourage self-determination, develop a housing stability plan, and provide appropriate referrals and supportive services.
- Bachelor’s degree, preferably in Social Work, BSW or equivalent human service degree.
- Experience in case management.
- Comprehensive knowledge of social services and referral sources for families is desired.
- Experience with homeless and at risk of homelessness preferred.
- Experience in Motivational Interviewing desired.
SSVF Program Manager: This individual will provide leadership for the Catholic Charities of Southern Missouri’s Support Services for Veteran Families Program, which serves 36 counties in southern Missouri. An overview of responsibilities include: ensuring services are delivered as outlined by funding sources and as outlined in the organization’s policies and procedures; hiring staff, providing staff supervision and direction; reporting quantitative and qualitative performance indicators; interfacing with community organizations, Continuum of Care, and VA agencies; and other duties as assigned. Applicant must demonstrate knowledge of housing stability case management; must be able to work in a team environment with CCSOMO staff and management; must possess exceptional organizational skills and writing skills. At least one year of supervisory experience preferred.
- Bachelor’s degree in human services or related field. BSW desired. MSW or related master’s preferred.
- Knowledge of and competency in case management
- Commitment to or willingness to learn and work toward Catholic Charities of South Missouri’s mission and values
- Knowledge and competency in motivational interviewing
- Strong customer/client service skills
- Ability to work with people of diverse backgrounds
- Sound judgment and decisiveness
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Ability to work collaboratively with others
- Strong and consistent attention to detail
- Word processing, spreadsheet, and data base competency
- Knowledge of quality improvement initiatives
Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri is seeking a community troop coordinator for their Girls Scouts Beyond Bars program. This position is accountable for implementing the Girl Scouts Beyond Bars (GSBB) program, including all planning, girl recruitment, program delivery, logistics and communications. GSBB serves girls whose mother is incarcerated. The CTC-GSBB ensures the Girl Scout program is accessible and delivered throughout the assigned jurisdiction, as well as across demographic groups. The CTC-GSBB is accountable for ensuring all required components of a Girl Scout troop is met. Majority of the CTC-GSBB work will be throughout the day, some evenings and some weekends. The CTC-GSBB provides for the continuity, quality and growth of Girl Scouting by supporting girls’ achievement of GSBB outcomes and Girl Scout Leadership outcomes through GSBB and associated Girl Scout programs. The CTC-GSBB is responsible for a budget of $40,000.
- Master of Social Work or a related field preferred
- Demonstrated ability to organize and deal effectively with groups of youth/individuals of various backgrounds
- Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with racially, ethnically, religiously, and economically diverse groups of volunteers, parents, girls, media representative, and the public and participate as a member of the staff team
- Works collaboratively both internally and externally
- Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills
- Detail oriented with strong organizational skills, ability to work independently and in a team setting, meet deadlines, maintains confidentiality and manage multiple projects
- Ability to manage finances for multiple troops and provide accurate and timely monthly reports
- Ability to manage a flexible schedule, work evenings and some weekends
- Has a reliable vehicle that can be used for work purposes
The Alzheimer's Assocation is seeking an education program manager to be responsible for developing, managing and implementing an education and outreach strategy for the Alzheimer’s Association, Greater Missouri Chapter, a volunteer-powered organization. The position goal is to significantly expand the reach of Alzheimer's Association Community Programs through partnership building and volunteer resources throughout the 96-county service area. Measureable outcomes are increased consumer education, volunteer recruitment and retention, expansion of community-based programs and sustainable, regional partnerships with emphasis on reaching minority, high risk and underserved populations.
- Community Program Implementation and Evaluation (75%)
- Lead the planning and implementation of Alzheimer’s Association community education programs across the 96-county service area.
- Manage and assure quality program delivery and growth of diverse attendances at Alzheimer’s Association Education programs. Assure compliance with Core Services Quality Evaluation Initiative for education programs.
- Engage, train and manage relationships with volunteer positions to expand community visibility and service delivery in the 96-county service area, especially among minority, high risk and underserved populations.
- Create ongoing volunteer education program including advanced topics for volunteers and ongoing professional development on volunteer management for employees.
- Conduct annual performance evaluations of volunteer positions.
- Evaluates and reports effectiveness of volunteer program and prepares recommendations for continuous improvement. Monitor volunteer program outcomes and results to reinforce organizational accountability.
- In collaboration with Director of Community Programs, develop chapter-wide recruitment plans and strategies.
- Community Partnerships (20%)
- Develop and/or maintain sustainable community partnerships and volunteer supporters that increase utilization of care and support services.
- Analyze service data to identify gaps in rural delivery and create opportunities to expand education and support programs.
- General chapter responsibilities (5%)
- Cultivate and recruit supporters for chapter fundraising events like Walk to End Alzheimer's and Longest Day.
- Maintain monthly reports, service statistics and grant-related paperwork.
- Attend chapter meetings and special events as scheduled.
- Bachelor’s degree in Education, Social Work, Gerontology, Nursing, Public Health, or related field. Master’s degree preferred
- 3-5 years program development / volunteer management
- Demonstrated history of health education, community program development, strong public speaking skills and an understanding of adult learning principles
- Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications (especially Word & Excel) and Google; ability to learn donor and service user software
The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education is seeking vocational rehabilitation counselors in Chillicothe and Sedalia, MO.
- 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.
- Other duties as assigned.
Master's degree from an accredited college/university in rehabilitation counseling, guidance and counseling, clinical psychology, or clinical social work with experience in vocational counseling, or closely related field. Work experience with individuals with disabilities is highly desirable. (Other qualifications and experience, which in the opinion of the Commissioner of Education meet the requirements of the position, may be accepted in lieu of the above).
Salary: $39,528 -$41,496 annually (Depending on qualifications)
The Thompson Center at the University of Missouri is seeking a full-time social worker to join the Family Resource Service (FRS) at the MU Thompson Center for Autism & Neurodevelopmental Disorders. This position will help families of children and youth with developmental disabilities and other chronic health conditions to navigate the system of care and obtain needed health, education and social services.
- Provide in clinic consultation for all clinics
- Case management for some families
- Help navigate new autism families through the process of getting matched up with resources and implementing provider recommendations
- Staff resource line which provides resource consultation for current and waiting list families
- Advise families on all resources, school questions, etc.
- Pre-care phone calls for families on clinic waitlists
- Developing parent to parent supports for families
- Manage all resource materials and resource library
- Provide programmatic recommendations to faculty providers and center leadership
Salary: $47,476 - $73,374
Apply online: job ID# 29404
Boys and Girls Club of Columbia, MO is seeking a Behavioral Health Program Club Counselor (LMSW)
- Clinical Work - The Club Counselor is responsible for providing Assessment, Evaluation, Therapy and Case management for Club members, ages 6-18 through BGC Behavioral Health Program (BHP) while under LCSW supervision. The Club Counselor’s case load will average around 7-10 club members per semester but will vary depending on the club needs. The Club Counselor is responsible for promoting the BGC BHP and following up on all referrals to the BGC BHP in a timely manner. The Club Counselor will provide mental health assessment for at-risk club members and determine eligibility based on availability of services and level of need. The Club Counselor will meet regularly with the clients to work collaboratively on goals outlined on the treatment plan. The Club Counselor will meet weekly with LCSW Supervisor to discuss clinical counseling clients and staff any concerns she/he may have. In addition to counseling services, Club Counselor will provide case management to families in need of basic community services.
- Administrative - The Club Counselor will be responsible for documenting all therapeutic interactions in a timely manner. The Club Counselor will be responsible for routinely collecting data needed for the Boone County Mental Health Grant including but not limited to: Behavioral Health Unit Tracking, Pre and Post Tests Measures and Program Evaluation Forms. Assist Mental Health Grant Director in completing BCMH Grant reports.
- Supervision Requirements - The Club Counselor is responsible for initiating and maintaining the LMSW/LCSW Supervisor contract with the Missouri Division of Professional Registration. The Club Counselor and LCSW Supervisor will meet weekly to staff clinical cases, discuss day to day happenings at the club and to review all clinical documentation. The Club Counselor is responsible for keeping a log of weekly supervision meetings and submitting this and other requested paperwork to Missouri Division of Professional Registration to keep their Club Counselor status up-to-date.
- Education - The Club Counselor is responsible for providing psychoeducational groups to BGC club members. Examples of such groups include but are not limited to: Mindful Living, Positive Action, or other classes approved by BGC administration. The Club Counselor is regularly available to BGC Youth Development Professionals and other BGC staff for observation and consultation of BGC staff youth and to provide Behavioral Health Professional Development to BGC as requested by BGC administration.
- Other - The Club Counselor is responsible for attending monthly professional development trainings and staying up to date on all clinical best practices for the social work profession which may include attending professional trainings outside of the club that pertain directly to job responsibilities. The Club Counselor is responsible for creating and promoting positive community relations between BGC and the Columbia area, which may include public speaking, marketing and providing presentations on the BGC Behavioral Health Program.
- Minimum of Master’s Degree in Social Work
- LCSW, LMSW or LMSW-eligible with the Division of Professional Registration.
- If LMSW- approved Licensure Supervision contract between the LMSW and LCSW supervisor.
- At least 2 years of experience providing clinical or case management services to youth in an educational or community-based setting.
- Experience working in Non-Profit setting preferred but not necessary.
Salary: LMSW - $35,000 -$40,000 annually | LCSW - $45,000-$50,000 annually
To Apply: Qualified candidates should email their Resume or CV and a cover letter to:
MU Health Care Women and Children's Hospital is seeking a social worker (full-time 80%; Mon-Fri 12:30PM-7:00PM with variable weekends) to provide social evaluation, treatment, resource referral and discharge planning to patients and their relatives.
- 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: Requires a Master’s degree in social work from a college or university accredited by the national Council of Social Work Education. Prefer Licensed Master Social Worker (LCSW or LCSW).
Salary: $21.36 - $26.74
Apply online Job# 18003856
Missouri Alliance for Children and Families is seeking a care 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.Requirements include:1. Master’s Degree in psychology, social work, criminal justice, guidance and counseling, or drug and alcohol counseling.2. 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.3. Current Missouri driver’s license, good driving record, vehicle insurance, and adequate transportation to escort clients to appointments and team meetings.4. Clear background check.
Please send resume to: email@example.com.
Blessing Health System, located in Quincy, IL (about 2 hours NE of Columbia), is seeking an outpatient clinical therapist opportunity for a LCSW. For more information or to apply, contact Andrew Griesbaum at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SEED Success is seeking a part-time (15 hrs/week) assistant program director to assist the current program director in the implementation phase of the BooneSaves project in Boone County, MO. BooneSaves is a program partnering with schools to offer and provide children and their families a College/Career Incentive Savings Account. We enroll students and work with the schools to promote incentives such as 90% attendance, Family/Teacher Conferences, and personal match savings.
- Outreach to administrators and school personnel to recruit participation
- Training teachers on the delivery of the program with their students and families
- Assisting with presentations of program elements at enrollment events and/or community invitations
- Producing compelling and operational collateral materials for marketing, communications, and enrollment
- Assisting in data management of enrolled students
- Communications with enrolled families on a regular basis
Qualifications: Bachelor’s preferred but will consider students in related programs or persons with relevant experience. Preferred skills include excellent communication skills, proficient with office software products (Excel, Word, PPT), excellent organizational skills
Salary: $13.00-$15.00/hr (commensurate with experience)
E-mail Judith Baker at email@example.com for more information or to apply.
Family Health Center is seeking a LCSW/LMSW for BHC role to provide behavioral and mental health interventions to children, adolescents, adults, and families in a primary health care setting to improve psychosocial functioning. This full-time position offers a generous benefit package which includes no weekends and all major holidays as additional paid time off. Apply online at www.fhcmo.org or firstname.lastname@example.org and attach resume.
The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities is seeking state policy fellows. If you are interested in tackling domestic policy challenges in areas like health care, taxes, anti-poverty policy, education, and criminal justice please apply online to be a state policy follow by Feb. 10, 2019.
Lutheran Family and Children’s Services is seeking a therapist in Cape Girardeau, MO to help provide 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. Maintain the highest levels of standards of ethics and confidentiality. 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.
The University of Missouri Disability Center is Student Services Coordinator II/Access Support Coordinator to work 29 hours per week starting Feb. 11, 2109. The Access Support Coordinator works in the Disability Center and has primary responsibility for providing ongoing follow-up and support for students with disabilities. The Access Support Coordinator will meet one-on-one with students to discuss strategies for managing transition, coping with stress, and improving self-advocacy and communication skills; provide expertise and technical assistance to students, faculty, and other University personnel on disability/accommodation/access issues and concerns; and, assist in the development and implementation of various outreach programs. The Access Support Coordinator will serve as a contact for campus faculty and staff, to provide general information regarding the institution’s rights and responsibilities under the ADA/Section 504 and to discuss student needs, both general and specific. The Access Support Coordinator may perform a variety of other duties as assigned in support of the mission of the office.
- Provide ongoing follow-up and support of accommodations both in and out of the academic environment
- Maintain confidential student files, records and correspondence
- Consult with faculty and staff to promote and facilitate best practices in implementing students’ disability related accommodations and academic adjustments, both in general and in response to specific situations
- Assist the Interim Director in planning and conducting programs to educate the University community on disability related issues and the services provided by the office
- Collaborate with other University resources to create and implement outreach, educational/awareness programs, and networking activities on campus and in the wider community
- Assist in compilation of annual reports
- Represent the office at relevant University and non-university sponsored events, and various new student orientation programs
- Maintain current knowledge of best practices, legal mandates and ongoing research and developments in the area of disability access and inclusion in higher education.
Minimum Qualifications: A Bachelor's degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience and at least 2 years of experience from which comparable knowledge and skills can be acquired is necessary
Salary Range: $19.47 - $20.00 per hour
For those interested, the position is a temporary appointment (29 hours per week during the spring semester), so it does not come with benefits. Depending on need, this position may carry into the fall semester. No online application is required, but those interested should send their cover letter and resume to email@example.com. Priority consideration deadline is January 29th.
St. Louis Psychiatric Rehabilitation Center (SLPRC) is seeking a masters level social worker (MSW) to work full time with an inpatient adult population. The successful candidate will possess current knowledge of providing clinical casework services to individuals with serious and persistent mental illness. Responsibilities include clinical casework assessments, treatment planning, individual and group psychotherapy, community placement referrals, discharge planning, and aftercare planning. Knowledge and expertise in evidence-based therapeutic practices, such as cognitive behavior therapy and other trauma-focused approaches, is preferred. Experience in an inpatient setting and with a forensic population is a plus. LCSW or LMSW not required but prospective candidates must be prepared to begin seeking licensure upon hire.
Interested candidate may submit a resume and cover letter by mail or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please feel free to contact by phone at (314) 877-3388 or e-mail with any questions about the position.
The School of Social Work, University of Missouri-Columbia, announces an Assistant Teaching Professor or Assistant Clinical Professor faculty position currently available. Candidates should be able to 1) teach Master of Social Work and Bachelor of Social Work programs, 2) Oversee clinical operations at the School’s Integrative Behavioral Health Clinic (IBHC), 3) advise students, 4) participate in the committees of the school, college, and campus, and 5) provide supervision to students in practicum and the IBHC.
The mission of the MU School of Social Work is to promote leadership for social and economic justice by preparing students for professional excellence and leadership in practice, research, and policy. MU School of Social Work has 25 faculty and five full-time staff. The School offers degrees at the BSW, MSW, and PhD levels, and has a MSW/MPH dual degree program. As a school, we are committed to a diverse educational environment and promote social work practice that enhances resources, enables access to services, promotes advocacy, and engenders change. The School was recently ranked in the top ten nationally of comparable research intensive schools of social work in Academic Analytics, a tool comparing scholarly work, citations, federal grant funding, and national awards. Visit our website for more information and to learn about our faculty’s research and teaching.
MU is a member of the Association of American Universities, a state land grant institution, and a Carnegie Foundation designated Doctoral/Research University. Our 33,000 on-campus students arrive from every state and 120 countries.
Applicants are required to have, at minimum, an MSW with no less than two years post-MSW practice experience with adults. In addition, the following qualifications are preferred:
- At least 10 years direct practice experience in social services
- At least 2 years practicing in integrated health settings
- Experience supervising students or professionals
- Hold a full and unrestricted LCSW in the State of Missouri or currently working towards this end;
if working toward licensure, the applicant must show documentation of passing the LCSW
- exam and only have supervision time left before licensure requirements are fulfilled
- Experience implementing evidence-based practices to adults with mood, anxiety, and psychotic disorders
- Experience creating, implementing, and running group psychotherapy
- Knowledge and experience in the operations of community-based mental health clinics
- Knowledge of social services in Columbia and surrounding counties
- Expertise in treating substance use disorders in adult populations
- Minimum 1 year post-secondary teaching experience
- Ability to teach in an online or in-person environment
- Ability to teach in both BSW and MSW programs
- Demonstrated expertise in the following course curricula: direct skills, clinical strategies, evidence-based practices
- Evidence of creativity and initiative in teaching
- Demonstrated ability to engage is research activities
- Demonstrated record of scholarship
- Ability to articulate ideas, plans, and partnerships for future projects
Please apply online at https://hrs.missouri.edu/find-a-job/academic, job# 28668 with a cover letter highlighting prior experience in social work practice, teaching, and research (if applicable) and a curriculum vita or resume. Three letters of reference will be required if you are invited to interview and should be submitted to Margee Stout via email (email@example.com) or mail to 729 Clark Hall, Columbia, MO 65211. If you have questions, please email the Chair of Search Committee, Dr. Kelli Canada at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Search Committee will begin reviewing applications immediately. Please submit your materials by January 31, 2019 for full consideration. Application review and interviewing will continue until the position is filled. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply. MU is an Equal Opportunity/Access/Affirmative Action/Pro Disabled & Veteran Employer. To request ADA accommodations please contact our ADA Coordinator at (573) 884-7278 V/TTY.
ParentLink is seeking a part-time family support specialist. Qualifications include a master’s degree in counseling, child development and family studies, social work, education, health administration, or related field. Duties include analyze family requests, provide support and referrals; complete data intake/entries; stay apprised of research; work with professionals across Missouri; conduct follow-ups; and identify gaps and barriers in services. ParentLink offers parenting information and support to all Missourians using a variety of methods. The position will be 20 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 email@example.com.
Lincoln University invites applications for two full-time, tenure-track, 9 month, Assistant Professors of Social Work to begin August 2019.
Required Qualifications: both positions require a Master’s in Social Work with at least two years of post-MSW practice experience.
Preferred Qualifications: DSW or PhD in Social Work or related field. Experience working with immigrants and their families is desirable.
Responsibilities: One position will teach a 4-4 load and the other will teach a 3-3 load with responsibility to direct the social work field education program. Both positions will teach courses across the BSW curriculum. Additional responsibilities include advising and mentoring students, and developing a research program that encourages student participation.
The Missouri Bar, a statewide nonprofit legal organization, is seeking a part-time clinician to provide direct services and program support for a confidential counseling program which serves lawyers, judges, law students and their immediate family members. The clinician provides counseling and support to lawyers, judges, law students and their families dealing with a broad range of concerns including addiction, depression, other mental health concerns, marital and family matters, work-related stress and other personal challenges to enhance personal and professional success. As assigned by the Missouri Lawyers’ Assistance Program Director, the Lawyers’ Assistance Program Clinician works to evaluate and assist legal professionals, refer for relevant services and grow and strengthen the program. This position requires a wide range of clinical experience, the ability to assist members of the legal profession, knowledge in the use of the DSM V, responsiveness to those seeking help, ability to effectively manage crisis, handle multiple priorities, exercise sound clinical judgment, strong oral and written communication skills, and the ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality.
- Assists in operating confidential helpline, serving lawyers, judges, law students, immediate family members and concerned colleagues.
- Provides assessment, counseling, crisis intervention, referrals and follow up with clients dealing with a broad range of concerns including, but not limited to alcohol and other substance use disorders, depression, anxiety, stress and burnout, gambling, career transition, work-life balance, family, marital and social concerns.
- Provides services by phone or in person, within scope of license.
- Updates and maintains provider resource list.
- Documents services and activities.
- Publicizes the program by writing quarterly newsletter and blog articles for use in Missouri Bar publications and social media.
- Collaborates with the Missouri Lawyers’ Assistance Program Director to increase program visibility and service utilization.
- Maintains professional license and malpractice insurance.
- Maintains high standards of confidentiality and professionalism.
- Provides consultation on request.
- Participates in other activities of the bar/performs other duties as assigned by the Director.
- Knowledgeable in use of the DSM V
- Strong verbal and written communication skills
- Highly organized and detail oriented
- Integrity, flexibility and resilience
- Ability to work as team player
- Professional demeanor
Qualifications: A Master’s degree in psychology, social work, counseling or a related field with current Missouri license and more than three years of relevant treatment experience is required. Familiarity with 12-step programs and support groups as well as evidence-based practices is preferred.
Position located in Jefferson City. Compensation will be commensurate with experience. Apply by sending cover letter, resume and salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org. Preference given to applications received by Feb. 11, 2019. EOE
The Voluntary Action Center (VAC) has an immediate staff position for a full-time social services specialist, program coordinator in Columbia, MO. This position has two primary tasks: coordinating seasonal programs; and accurately assessing needs of low-income clients and providing appropriate services. This position also takes primary responsibility for data collection and reporting. Accountability is to the Executive Director.
- Coordinate seasonal programs: Oversee all seasonal programs, coordinating all aspects of each. Projects include Homes for Computers, Summer Fan and Air Conditioner Programs, Lunch in the Park, School Supply distribution, Warm Up Columbia (collection and distribution of winter items), and Holiday Program (collection and distribution of gifts and food).
- Client intake and referral:
- Interview clients to assess needs and provide direct services on the basis of individual circumstances and within VAC program guidelines. Refer clients to other agencies in order to meet additional needs.
- Answer phone calls and assess client needs. Provide referrals and information as appropriate.
- Follow up on client services to ascertain effectiveness of services rendered.
- Maintain proper records on client contacts, referrals, and follow-up surveys.
- Maintain a good working relationship with other social service agencies/resources in the community.
- Maintain professionalism while working with people from various populations and backgrounds.
- Information and organization:
- Take primary responsibility to prepare monthly, quarterly, and annual reports, compiling statistical data on services and follow-up surveys.
- Evaluate information and conditions affecting the community and client population. Be familiar with current community needs.
- Attend pertinent workshops, meetings, and seminars related to VAC's work.
- Other Duties:
- Represent VAC at meetings and other collaborations of social service agencies.
- Assist with fund raising and other events.
- Assist with maintaining supplies and other stored items.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
- Bachelors or Masters Degree in Social Work or a related field preferred.
- Bachelors or Masters Degree in a similar field also acceptable.
- Proficiency with Microsoft Office and ability to use database systems.
- Interest in collection and reporting of data preferred.
- Familiarity with other computer programs preferred.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills as well as customer service skills.
- Sensitivity to, and acceptance of, individual needs and differences, including the ability to be flexible but fair when applying program policies to different client situations.
- Ability to work independently and in a team environment.
- Ability to organize and prioritize tasks and complete them in a timely manner.
- Ability to conduct oneself in a professional manner, particularly in the handling of confidential information, as well as in relations with other personnel and with all clients.
- Valid Missouri driver's license preferred.
Salary: $29,000.00 to $32,000.00 /year
- Social services: 1 year (Preferred)
- Customer Service: 1 year (Preferred)
- Microsoft Office: 1 year (Preferred)
The Boone County Community Services Department (BCCS) is seeking a full-time data and performance analyst in Columbia, MO. This position is responsible for expanding and coordinating the system of collecting, maintaining, analyzing and reporting all data that informs the BCCS. This position drives BCCS's analysis of outcomes and the impact of the funded key partner agencies. Design, develop, and maintain data infrastructure, forms, surveys, and custom reports based on team input. Develop and maintain standard and custom queries for data extraction. Implement policies and protocols for data management that ensure data integrity, quality, accuracy, completeness, and timeliness. Collect, compile, analyze, and prepare publications, data reports, and analytics for distribution to internal and external stakeholders. Provide assistance to key partner agencies for all data and outcome reporting processes. Assist in the summary, analysis, interpretation, and reporting of common outcome indicator data submitted by key partner agencies. Collaborate with internal staff and other funders to arrive at community level data that demonstrates collective impact. Research statistics and trends that could inform the work of BCCS funds and fulfill all data requests related to BCCS and other community research. Performs other duties as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications: Minimum of a Master's degree in Social Work, Public Health, Public Administration, Statistics, or related field; Minimum of four years' experience working in database management, evaluation, quality improvement, research, or related area; Experience with qualitative and quantitative data analysis; Experience with database and data system design, development, analysis, and management.
Preferred Qualifications: Proven analytical thinking, project management, and research skills. Self-starter with strong organizational skills. Detail and accuracy oriented. Ability to effectively work collaboratively with internal staff, other funders, key partner agencies, and community groups. Ability to keep current with a rapidly changing environment and adjust procedures as necessary.
Starting Salary Range: $48,048.00 - $51,064.00
Resume and cover letter required. Apply
The Violence Prevention Center (VPR) is seeking a violence prevention coordinator (VPC). The mission of the center is to strengthen the University and community response to sexual misconduct and exploitation and gender-based relationship abuse and stalking through the provision of support services, crisis intervention, and advocacy for survivors/victims. VPR also offers related training, educational programming, and outreach to the campus and Kansas City communities. The VPC operates as a member of the VPR team, a component of the Office of Affirmative Action, and works in collaboration with the Women’s Center, LGBTQIA Programs and Services, Multicultural Student Affairs, Residential Life, and other University offices, as well as UMKC student groups and community organizations in the Kansas City metro area, to assist with the coordination of prevention and response efforts at UMKC and the community at large.
- Coordinates and implements current prevention and awareness programming, to include events such as the Clothesline Project, the Vagina Monologues, the Empty Chair Campaign, and Domestic and Sexual Violence Awareness Months;
- Develops prevention and awareness programming based on best practices and data-driven research, when available;
- Serves as a knowledgeable resource on issues of sexual misconduct and exploitation, domestic/relationship abuse, stalking, and other forms of interpersonal violence, providing individual and group consultation and training;
- Assists in creating and implementing VPR’s outreach and marketing efforts, including developing content and updating VPR’s online presence via institutional webpages and social media;
- Provides program assessment and outcome data as needed;
- Acts as a confidential resource to survivors/victims of sexual misconduct and exploitation, domestic/intimate partner relationship abuse, stalking, and other forms of interpersonal violence;
- Aids members of the campus community in securing academic, housing, work, and/or safety measures as appropriate;
- Provides referrals to services as applicable, including community response partners, mental health and medical providers, legal services, law enforcement agencies, local courts, etc.;
- Assists in identifying and offering initial and ongoing training to hearing panelists and advisors for the Equity Resolution Process;
- Represents VPR on University and community committees as needed; and
- Completes other duties as assigned.
- Evening and weekend hours and travel are required.
Qualifications: A bachelor’s degree in a related field or an equivalent combination of education and experience from which comparable knowledge and abilities can be acquired is necessary. Three or more years of experience in a related program or field is required.
- Master’s degree in College Personnel/Student Affairs, Social Work, Counseling, or related field;
- Experience in higher education, program planning, and/or working with non-profit organizations;
- Strong public speaking skills as well as solid writing, analytical, and organizational skills;
- Ability to prioritize and manage multiple demands;
- Ability to delegate and oversee multiple projects to completion;
- Experience developing programs from initial idea to implementation;
- Proficiency with MS Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint and internet applications, including WordPress;
- Demonstrated commitment and ability to meet the needs of a diverse population with a focus on equity and inclusiveness;
- Advocacy experience in domestic violence or sexual assault preferred.
Applications will be accepted through January 13, 2019, via the UMKC website.
360 Youth Services is seeking a case manager in their Men’s Transitional Housing Program in Naperville, IL. This position will work directly with homeless youth identifying as male ages 18-24 preparing for independence/self sufficiency.
- Complete assessments and intakes for all potential residents and review with the Program Manager.
- Develop individual program plans for all residents. Review and sign all contracts with program residents.
- Assist residents with job development services and obtaining employment.
- Assist residents with school or vocational services.
- Provide services to all residents that enhance development of social skills, life skills, and problem solving skills.
- Prepare budgets with all residents as it relates to personal income and program fees.
- Participate in all agency related meetings and activities as designated by the Program Manager.
- Coordinate and document all outreach activities with homeless youth (not wards of the state) as well as programs that serve homeless youth in the community.
- Assist residents in finding permanent affordable housing prior to discharge.
- Participate in all discharge planning, aftercare follow-up, and advocacy.
- Maintain all resident’s files to include case notes, contracts, budgets, releases, and necessary documentation received for program audits and statistical data.
- Provide administrative back up when necessary and respond to all calls within 15 minutes. Respond, on-site, to all appropriate requests for services within 1 hour.
- Master’s degree in social work or related human services field and 2 years equivalent work experience. Bachelor level with homeless youth experience will be considered.
- Minimum of 25 years of age.
- Demonstrate ability and willingness to provide the agency designated services in an independent fashion.
- Hold a valid driver’s license and provide proof of personal automobile insurance as required by Illinois State Law.
- Demonstrate strong interpersonal skills relating to youth and staff in a positive, constructive, and therapeutic manner.
- Demonstrate leadership skills which ensure healthy communication with staff.
- Demonstrate a level of professionalism, strong boundaries and personal integrity that can provide a positive and constructive role model for residents.
Preference will be given to candidates possessing the following:
- Previous experience and relationships with LGBTQ community.
- Previous experience in community engagement with diverse communities.
- 360 Youth Services is an equal opportunity employer. LGBTQ+ identified individuals and people of color are strongly encouraged to apply.
- IAODAPCA certifications- experience in working with substance use/ abuse and young people.
Interested applicants should send resume and cover letter to:
Daniel Stribling, Program Manager
360 Youth Services
1305 West Oswego Road
Naperville, IL 60540
(630) 778-9271 ext. 1160
Integrity Home Care & Hospice is seeking part-time caregivers and CNA's. As caregivers, you attend a client's needs right where they live, helping them remain independent at home for as long as possible. You provide one on one personal care with a personal touch and tasks vary. They can include assisting clients with bathing and dressing, cooking meals, making beds, doing laundry and light housekeeping, even shopping and running errands. You may help them in and out of bed, in and out of the tub, or accompany them outside for a little sunshine. While you care for children and young adults with special needs, you also care for many elderly with chronic health conditions. You will often work with detailed care plans and program requirements that describe exactly what tasks to perform, but also care for folks who just want someone to accompany their loved one to an appointment or day out, provide live in care, or just play a game of cards and reminisce.
- **If certified, tasks may include advanced personal care tasks such as ostomy and catheter care, assistance with medications, passive range of motion, and client transfers.
- Good Communication and Documentation skills
- Experience with Alzheimer's or Dementia Care is a plus
Qualifications: At least 18 years of age, 6 months of paid experience caring for the elderly or disabled. Reliable transportation, driver's license and proof of current auto insurance.
Wonderland Camp, a camp serving campers ages 6 and above with physical and mental disabilities in Rocky Mount, MO (right off of Lake of the Ozarks), is seeking paid summer staff.
For more information, contact Eugene Gardiner or Mackenzie Boltz, Camp Ambassadors, at email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. To apply to work at camp, go to www.wonderlandcamp.org, and click on Work At Camp. For more information, contact Juan Morales, Director of Camp Operations, email@example.com, 573-286-1313.
The Missouri Department of Mental Health is seeking a LCSW for their inpatient forensic psychiatric unit in Kansas City. This is a mixed unit that serves individuals who have been court ordered to the Department of Mental Health for inpatient psychiatric treatment, as well as individuals with severe and persistent symptoms of mental illness in need of long-term psychiatric care. Applicants should have some inpatient psychiatric experience. An LCSW is preferred, but an LMSW may be considered, if the candidate has enough post-graduate psychiatric experience. Employees have the opportunity to receive supervision for clinical licensure if they are interested in pursuing an LCSW. Excellent State of Missouri benefits include paid vacation, paid holidays, retirement, life insurance, dental and health care options.
Apply by faxing your resume to (816) 512-7415. Application and/or resume accepted c/o: Human Resources at:
Center for Behavioral Medicine
1000 East 24th Street
Kansas City, MO 64108
Gibson Recovery Center has openings in the following positions:
Employment Specialist: full-time position open to assist clients to obtain and maintain employment that is consistent with their vocational goals. Some duties include conducting job development and job searches, providing individual follow along supports and providing education and support to employers. The Employment Specialist also participates in weekly meetings with mental health treatment team and communicates individually with team members between meetings in order to coordinate services and generate ideas to help people achieve their employment goals.
Qualifications: Education and experience equivalent to undergraduate degree in mental health, social services, or business. Experience working with people who have substance abuse or mental illness, experience providing employment services, and knowledge of the work world are preferred. Ability to work as an effective team player is essential.
Community Support Advocate: full-time position for a case manager in Cape Girardeau. Seeking a person who will work to engage individuals in substance and mental health services. This case manager will utilize specialized strategies to locate and engage individuals in services.
Qualifications: This position requires a bachelor’s degree in a human services field, or 4 years of qualifying experience, or a combination of 4 years of higher education and experience. Experience with CyberAccess, Electronic Health Records and other state and federal databases is preferred. This position requires travel in the Southeast region as well as in-home visits.
Behavioral Health Assistant (Direct Care): great part-time jb for students, retired individuals currently offering $9.00 per hour. Resume building position for social work field. Candidates must be caring, responsible, energetic, have a valid DL and have reliable transportation. Responsibilities include supervision of residents, documentation, group facilitation and assigned program activities. Must pass a background check, drug test, and have HS Diploma/GED. Looking for part time (12a-8a) AND (4P-12A) staff. Weekend and holiday availability required.
Residential Psychiatric Services is seeking an experienced LCSW to provide mental health counseling with geriatrics in Jefferson County and St. Genevieve. Part-time with flex hours. Hourly rate: $40.00. Please submit complete resume to Fax at: 1-573-664-1149 or by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact person: Mona Evans, LCSW or Gary McCarthy, LCSW.
Medical documentation of sessions required, along with DSM-V diagnoses and formal treatment plan and treatment evaluation. Conferring with treatment team and family required. Clients reside in residential settings. There may be opportunities to provide in-home counseling as well. Initial training and on-going supervision provided by experienced LCSWs.
The Down Syndrome Guild seeking a full time program coordinator for our Central Missouri office. This position will work under the direction of the chief operating officer to develop, implement and oversee innovative and life-changing community based programs for individuals with down syndrome, their families and the professionals who serve them. The program coordinator will provide awareness presentations and educational trainings, develop print and online communications; assist with fundraising, grant writing and track program success while overseeing day-to-day operations of our office.
- Responsible for programmatic success ensuring seamless development, implementation, program delivery, quality control and evaluation.
- Provide assistance and oversight in delivery of programs and services and ensure the needs of DSG members are fulfilled.
- Oversee the quality and success of all aspects of program operations, management, relationships, curriculum development, staff and volunteer training and supervision.
- Working collaboratively with the Chief Operating Officer to identify staffing needs, recruit, screen and hire program staff as needed.
- Create program measurement tools, oversee data collection and evaluate outcomes.
- Develop and implement strategies that will maximize the synergies among program areas.
- Maintain and cultivate funded program partnerships while identifying future partners and potential funding opportunities.
- Maintaining a balanced score card and program dashboard; establishing consistent, objective program performance standards of accountability.
- Develop and manage effective relationships and partnerships with key stakeholders including members, staff, funders, partner organizations and community organizations serving our members.
- Partner with Chief Development Officer on grant writing and reporting to ensure proper funding for all programs.
- Perform necessary data collection and submit grant reports and updates as required to all grantors funding programs.
- Assist with development of marketing materials, publications, e-blasts, budgets and annual report.
- Recruit, train and manage PRN staff to ensure program success.
- Provide community awareness and outreach presentations to promote DSG and best practices in supporting people with Down syndrome.
- Serve as a DSG representative to local, regional, state and other disability related organizations as requested.
- Provide support and oversight for DSG initiatives including programs, conferences, awareness campaigns, legislative advocacy and fourteen community groups.
- Implement systems for evaluating participant development, tracking attendance, and
- Collaborate with staff in strategic planning and evaluation of all programs and develop a dashboard to monitor program budget, success and return on investment.
- Assist with fundraising and development initiatives as requested/
- Bachelor's degree and a minimum of three to five years’ experience in the non-profit sector.
- Experience working with individuals with Down syndrome or other developmental disabilities in a professional capacity is preferred, but not required.
- Must possess exemplary written and communication skills and an ability to meet and interact with individuals on all levels.
- Articulate presenter with history of public speaking to audiences.
- Ability to work with diverse groups of people.
- Previous experience in grant writing and overseeing program and publication development.
- Proven track record of managing multiple priorities and programs simultaneously.
- Outstanding organizational and management skills in supervising personnel, volunteers, budgets and other resources.
- Available to work evenings and weekends to facilitate programming as needed
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
- Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work with people from diverse backgrounds.
- Ability to demonstrate good judgment, problem solving and decision making skills.
- Flexible to evolving and emerging needs of our membership.
- Strategic communicator able to work in a fast paced environment with a dynamic team.
- Experience working with local, regional and national organizations to achieve desired outcomes.
- Highly energetic, self starting and creative individual who can express ideas articulately, create opportunities for personal and organizational growth, and communicate goals and objectives clearly.
- Strong oral and written communication skills with a background in public speaking and developmental disabilities.
- Proficient in Microsoft Publisher, Excel, Facebook, Twitter and Photo Editing Software.
- Able to type 50 words per minute.
Salary commensurate with experience. Healthcare and retirement benefits available after satisfactory 90 day probationary period. Forward cover letter, resume and three professional references to email@example.com by November 25th to be considered. No calls please.