Social Work Job Listings
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: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
The Missouri State Public Defender is seeking a juvenile disposition specialist for the Children’s Defense Team located in Kansas City. Individual is responsible for assisting counsel in preparing for and litigating cases in Kansas City. 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 $3,348/month plus generous State of Missouri benefits.
Candidates must submit an Employment Application to Human Resources no later than February 11, 2020 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
Washington University is seeking a full-time behavioral health coach for TEAM UP in the Columbia area to work on a multi-site, PCORI-funded trial to evaluate the translation of an evidencebased, family based weight loss treatment (FBT) for childhood obesity into primary care settings.
- Successfully complete training in FBT and data collection procedures at Washington University
- Deliver a protocol-driven research treatment program (FBT) to children ages 6-18 and their parents or adult caregivers
- Participate in multi-site phone, video and in-person training and supervision meetings
- Demonstrate adherence to the treatment protocol through fidelity checks, including but not limited to audio recording of intervention sessions for supervision and auditing purposes
- Assist in the identification and recruitment of potentially eligible families from participating pediatric and family medicine practices in Columbia, MO
- Administer screening surveys, consenting procedures, and assessment measures
- Collect, manage, and transfer patient data in accordance with HIPAA and other human subjects regulations
- Maintain professional relationships within pediatric practices and university settings
- Schedule FBT sessions and assessment appointments
- Prepare participant materials and distribute these in accordance with study time lines and protocols
- Maintain case management notes according to study protocol and guidelines
- Ensure equipment integrity and condition
- Effectively communicate via, phone, text, email, video and in-person in accordance with HIPAA and other human subjects regulations
- Offer other reasonable requests to help out the pediatric office staff
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required; some Master’s level coursework in Psychology, Social Work, or related field preferred; must have a minimum of 2 years of experience at a lead or supervisory level; a combination of work and education equaling 6 years may substitute for this requirement.
Salary: The hiring range for this position is $48,131 - $60,174 annually.
Preferred Hospice is seeking a full-time social worker (MSW preferred) in Farmington and Dexter, MO. Jobs include competitive hourly rates, mileage reimbursement. Health, dental, vision, life insurance with other options including 401K and disability coverage. The job require a hard-working, caring individual who is able to multi-task and work in a fast-paced office. Hospice can be demanding, but is always rewarding! Preferred Hospice provides high quality hospice care to patients in 9 counties. Come to 810 Progress Drive in Farmington for an application, or email your resume to site administrator Micah Ruetzel at email@example.com. Please call (573) 614-4774 for the postion in Dexter, MO.
Simplified SEO Consulting is a fast growing company helping mental health professionals around the country who own small businesses get their websites to the top of search engines. Owned and operated by a social worker, we believe that social workers make the ideal team members fo our business. A social worker's ability to work effectively as part of a team, knowledge of mental health and commitment to others is the perfect fit! You can learn more about our business at https://simplifiedseoconsulting.com. We are currently looking to bring on two new team members:
- Part Time Mental Health SEO Specialist: This person has a very flexible work schedule and has the opportunity to learn about a wide variety of mental health services. You'll work closely with the entire Simplified SEO Consulting team to do in depth optimization on website pages including some content writing.
- Full Time Client Care Specialist: This person will interact with a wide variety of mental health professionals. In fact, you'll often be the first point of contact a therapist has with our company. You'll help business owners throughout the on boarding process, communicate regularly with business owners throughout the process and help provide resources to practice owners through creating social media graphics & blog posts. Furthermore, you'll maintain a caseload of website pages that you personally optimize each month and follow up with former clients to make sure their websites are still ranking well.
*Prior knowledge of Search Engine Optimization is not necessary, although any previous experience managing a website is a huge plus. Some mental health knowledge is required. If interested, please e-mail your resume to Jessica@simplifiedseoconsulting.com.
Social Work p.r.n. is seeking LCSWs interested in working regular, part time shifts at residential facilities near Dexter, MO and New Florence, MO. The position near Dexter will require approximately 20-25 hours hours per week of providing brief therapy to adults with mental illness and geriatric clients dealing with end of life issues. The position near New Florence will require approximately 10-15 hours hours per week of providing brief therapy to geriatric clients. The work would take place in the residential care facilities where clients live. Most sessions are kept to 30 minutes. The work should take place during the week, Monday through Friday. These positions are temporary, but the plan is to hire anyone who would be a good fit. Interested LCSWs will need to be able to quickly move throughout the facility to see clients and will need to have their own printer/scanner at home to submit billing.
To apply for these position, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 314-963-3155.
The Dialysis Clinic is seeking part-time and full-time dialysis social workers. These positions, in consultation with the attending physician, is responsible for assessing the psycho social and financial needs of Peritoneal patients, Hemodialysis patients, home patients, kidney transplant patients and pre-ESRD patients; counseling patients and their families on ESRD related issues including financial and transportation needs.
- Initially assesses the patient's psycho-social needs by collecting and/or obtaining subjective and objective data and utilizing that information and the psycho-social recommendations of the attending physician to develop and implement a plan for the provision of optimal care.
- Counsels patient and families, separately and together, regarding ESRD therapies and the financial aspects of ESRD modalities, assisting in the completion of financial forms, and assisting in transportation by supplying information and making contacts with/for the patient.
- Maintains professional working relationship with other staff of DCI. Participates in administrative and staff programs as required. This includes attending staff meetings and in service meetings.
- Gathers and documents in the patient's medical record data to assess and modify the care plan in accordance with regulatory requirements on an on-going basis.
- Compiles and develops educational materials to be used as teaching aids in education of patients and staff.
- Participates in the care plans and the care planning process for patients.
- Completion of an accredited Master Social Work Program.
Corizon Healthcare is seeking seeking a full time, licensed, or provisionally licensed LCSW’s for the MoSOP program. The program works in the prevention of sexual violence in the Farmington Correctional Center. Please contact Steve Pfister, LPC, Manager of Operations at 573-218-7100 ext. 418 for questions. Additioally, Corizon provides free supervision for those who are provisionally licensed.
Missouri Delta Medical Center is seeking a full-time LCSW or MSW for geropsychiatric unit. This position would be employed by Horizon Health with a starting salary of $52,000 a year, 4.6 weeks of ETO a year and benefits. This is a day position with no on call hours. Please contact Cindy Dohogne, LCSW at (573) 472-7494.
Burrell Behavioral Health is seeking a Director of Adult Services with clinical and management experience to champion positive change, foster a team environment, drive outcomes-based decisions, provide clarity of program goals, and support care teams in providing excellent care to the people we serve. This position for Burrell Behavioral Health’s Central Region provides leadership to 16 teams comprising over 100 community support workers across 10 counties in Central Missouri. The position is based out of Columbia and reports to the VP of Community Services.
Burrell Behavioral Health is seeking a Team Leader for the ACT TAY program in Columbia, Missouri.
- Hold regularly scheduled individual supervisory sessions.
- Review, in detail, client situations and necessary interventions at daily team meetings and on an as needed basis.
- Assist supervisees in identification of referral needs.
- Review all critical intervention plans and situations in which plans are implemented.
- Assist supervisees in the effective management of their time, including assuring that each is within the acceptable range of staff to client ratio.
- Be readily available to serve as back up to supervisees when supervisees are unavailable (due to being with other clients, sickness, vacation, etc.) or in need of additional expertise.
- Become involved in direct crisis intervention during regular business hours and as needed on a call basis after hours or on weekends.
- Participate in ACT state wide phone calls and team meetings.
- Regularly review and monitor written documentation, providing corrective feedback and employee discipline as needed, to assure compliance with documentation requirements.
- Participate on the evaluation team during the intake (initial) evaluation (assessment) process, including documenting diagnoses, psychosocial histories, key clinical findings and recommendations and other aspects requiring the services of a QMHP.
- Participate in the quality assurance process both in presenting or facilitating the presenting of cases and situations and in giving input in cases and situations.
- Participate in the development of initial/master treatment plans (ITPs), ITP (annual) updates and 90-day reviews of ITP’s as needed.
- Report all critical incidents and staff responses to the regional director.
- Facilitate the hiring of new staff as needed.
- Evaluate each staff member according to the performance evaluation guidelines.
- Make recommendations for proper credentialing of each supervisee.
- Facilitate the disciplinary process with supervisees as per guideline when needed.
- Document activities as required.
- Review all travel vouchers and certify that mileage claimed is reasonable and for medically necessary activities.
- Ensure that cross trainings are done and documented per ACT standards.
- Ensure that quarterly ACT-TAY outcome reports are sent to DBH in a timely fashion.
- Provisionally Licensed Professional Counselor; PLPC
- Licensed Professional Counselor ; LPC
- Licensed Masters Social Worker; LMSW
- Licensed Clinical Social Worker; LCSW
- Provisionally Licensed Psychologist; PLP
- Licensed Psychologist
- PsyD/PhD (doctorate level
Missouri Delta Medical Center is seeking full-time PRN LCSW for inpatient gero and adolescent unit. For more information, contact Cindy Dohogne, LCSW at (573) 472-7490.
The Moberly campus of Moberly Area Community College has an opening for two Sociology courses this spring semester. Both courses are introductory level courses and compensated at the rate of $600/credit hour ($1,800 a class). These are packaged as Tuesday/Thursday courses during the day. The required credential is an earned master’s degree with at least 18 hours in Sociology or Social Work.
Sociology, Tuesday/Thursday 10:30-11:50
Sociology, Tuesday/Thursday 12:00-1:20
For more information, contact:
Director of Academic Services
Moberly Area Community College
101 College Avenue
Moberly, MO 65270
Crawford County Mental Health Center has openings in the following positions:
- Director of Children’s Services - full-time position requires a graduate degree from an accredited university in the various behavioral health fields such as, clinical psychology, social work, counseling, nursing, rehabilitation or closely related degree, is required. Must be licensed by Kansas BSRB to diagnose and treat. A minimum of four years of experience in program management in a community mental health center or similar public health care agency is preferred, in addition four years of direct clinical service with consumers in a behavioral health setting is required. Starting Salary will be $75,000.00. Benefits package includes participation in KPERS Retirement System, paid sick and vacation, and health, dental, and life insurance.
- Early Childhood Preschool Mental Health Assistant - part-time positions for children ages 3 to 5 working 7:30 AM-3:30 PM in the Discovery program. Candidate must be mature, patient, and able to work with children exhibiting challenging behaviors. Please indicate Discovery on your application or resume.
- 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.
Job applications can be found on our web site, http://www.crawfordmentalhealth.org/ About Us, Employment. Send resume and/or job application to:
911 E. Centennial
Pittsburg, KS 66762
Good Shepherd Children & Family Services provides high quality foster care and treatment foster care, adoption, expectant parent counseling, maternity shelter, pregnancy services and advocacy. The foster care specialist position is full time and serves St. Louis and Jefferson Counties. Primary responsibilities include providing assessment, service planning and case management to families with the focus on connecting children with families and keeping families connected. Advocate for children and families within the systems impacting service delivery i.e., educational, legal, medical, mental health systems. Conduct activities in a manner to facilitate the fundamental goals of achieving permanency for children, placement stability, safety of children and reduction of residential utilization. Document all activities related to case management in the state information system.
Qualifications: The position requires strong written and verbal communication skills, an ability to work with a diverse client population, a desire to work as part of a team, a sense of humor, a working knowledge of community resources and a passion for the right of every child to be part of a permanent, loving family. Minimum requirements include at least 2 years child welfare experience and a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in social work, psychology, or counseling. Prior Child Welfare Practice training preferred. Salary competitive, based on education and experience.
Submit a resume and cover letter to:
Director of Community Services
1340 Partridge Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63130
Cornerstones of Care has openings in the following positions:
Blue Springs Location
- Aftercare Program Manager
- Clinical Manager - Residential
- Manager - Youth Behavioral Health Specialist (Gillis Campus)
Hyde Park Campus
- Grants Compliance Analyst Part-Time Opening
- HR Internship Fall/Winter (unpaid)
- On Call Placement Finding Contracted Specialist
- Revenue Cycle Manager
- Youth Behavioral Health Specialist Program Coordinator (Pathways)
- Intensive In-Home Services/Intensive Family Reunification Specialist - Bethany, MO
- Intensive In-Home /Intensive Family Reunification Services Specialist Opening - Bowling Green, MO
- Intensive In-Home / Intensive Family Reunification Specialist Openings - (Jackson County)
- General Application MO IIS / IFRS Openings - KCMO, KCMO - Multiple Campuses, MO
- Intensive In-Home Services/Intensive Family Reunification Services Specialist - Warrenton, MO
Kansas Family Preservation Services
- Family Services Specialist
- HR Generalist I
- Case Management Assistant Family Preservation Services
- Family Preservation Services Specialist (Tier 1)
- Office Manager
- Performance Excellence Specialist Opening (Kansas Programs)
Kansas Foster Care
- After Hours Foster Care On-Call Specialist I or II
- Aftercare Case Manager Reintegration I or II
- Assessment and Engagement Specialist I OR II (Kansas City, KS)
- Associate Executive Director-Kansas Foster Care Services
- Educational Advocate/Coordinator (Kansas)
- Foster Care Adoption Specialist I OR II
- General Application - Kansas Foster Care
- Manager Reintegration Services Opening (Kansas)
- Manager, After-Hours Foster Care On-Call
- Manager, Aftercare
- Performance Excellence Specialist Opening (Kansas Programs)
- Reintegration Foster Care Case Management Specialist I OR II (Kansas City, Kansas)
- Therapist I OR II PMTO Opening (Kansas)
- Thirty (30) Days to Family Specialist
- Wendy’s Wonderful Kids Adoption Recruiter Opening- Kansas
- Clinical Manager Outpatient Services-Missouri
- Youth Community Support Worker
- Youth Community Support Worker Supervisor
- Classroom Aide - Multiple Campuses
- Lead Youth Behavioral Health Specialist (YBHS) I OR II -Kansas City, MO
- Para Professional-POTENTIAL OPENING 2019/2020 School Year
- Substitute Teacher-POTENTIAL OPENING 2019/2020 School Year - KCMO, KCMO - Multiple Campuses, MO
- Therapist I OR II Multiple Locations MO/KS - KCMO, KCMO - Multiple Campuses, MO
- Youth Behavioral Health Specialist I OR II Opening (Kansas City, MO) - KCMO, KCMO - Multiple Campuses, MO
- Youth Behavioral Health Specialist I OR II Pathways Kansas City - KCMO, KCMO - Multiple Campuses, MO
- Youth Behavioral Health Specialist I-II PRN - KCMO, KCMO - Multiple Campuses, MO
Overland Park Location
- Case Management Specialist I-II
- Therapist I OR II
- Vocational Trades Instructor
- Youth Behavioral Health Transition Specialist I OR II
- Youth Behavioral Paraprofessional Specialist I OR II
St. Louis Location
Please complete an online application at www.cornerstonesofcare.org.
Covenant Care Services, LLC has an opening for a full-time therapist. Must have an active LPC, LCSW, or BCBA license to apply. Office located in Jackson, MO, some travel to neighboring counties is required. This position is primarily responsible for managing a caseload of individuals with developmental disabilities that display problematic behaviors. Therapist will write a behavioral assessment and treatment plan followed by providing consistent treatment and educational training to treatment team members to best support the individuals behavioral needs. Insurance available. Pay set based on knowledge and experience. If interested, please email resume to Erin Randol at email@example.com.
Deer Oaks has career opportunities available in the SEMO region for part time and some full time positions. Deer Oaks is a national group that provides therapeutic services in nursing homes. If interested, contact via email or text (573)576-7604. The position requires individuals to be LCSWs.
Truman State University is seeking a counselor to provide short-term individual counseling, group counseling, relationship counseling, crisis intervention services, consultations to members of the campus community; and conduct outreach, training and assessment activities. Counselor hours must be flexible as some evening and weekend work may be required. Counselors report to the Assistant Director of UCS. This is a 12-month position with full-time benefits.
- Provides individual, couples and group mental health counseling for diverse student population
- Provides crisis assessment, intervention and consultation services
- Prepares and presents psycho-educational and prevention programming
- Consults with campus personnel, students’ family members, Students of Concern team, and other stakeholders
- Contributes to gathering data, compiling information, and preparing reports
- Maintains counseling documentation and records in accordance with legal and ethical standards and UCS policies and practices
- Participates with colleagues on campus committees and initiatives
- Acts as a resource and/or mentor for colleagues
- Assumes other responsibilities assigned by the Associate VP for Student Health & Wellness
- Participates in regular staff meetings, case conferences, liaison activities and staff development activities
- Participation in the on-call crisis counselor rotation (carry on-call phone and maintain 24 hour responsibility for one week at a time for approximately three weeks per semester).
- Demonstrates commitment to the mission of Truman State University
- Implements strategies and programs consistent with Student Affairs priorities
- Demonstrates exceptional “customer service” for their area in order to address the needs of various constituencies who utilize programs and services
- Other duties as assigned
- Master’s or doctoral degree in Counseling, Psychology or Clinical Social Work or closely related field, conferred from a regionally accredited degree-granting institution of higher education
- Licensed or able to obtain a Missouri clinical license within first three years of employment
- Ability to communicate effectively in both oral and written communication
- Ability to create trusting, supportive relationships
- Candidates must have had a supervised internship, clinical field placement or practicum experience as part of their degree requirements.
- A demonstrated ability to work well in a team and skill in educational programming is also required
- Professional experience in a university/college counseling center setting working with young adults and a diverse population
- Understanding of developmental issues facing college students
- Comfortable in the use of computer technology (Titanium software, email, web pages, Power Point, web-based surveys) to enhance services and outreach to students and campus
- Possesses knowledge of best practices and desire to learn and incorporate new service methods
- Preferred candidates will demonstrate knowledge and expertise in the assessment and treatment of various mental health conditions including anxiety, depression, eating disorders, autism spectrum and personality disorders
- Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of state and federal health care privacy laws, Title IX, VAWA, ADA, Title II, HIPAA, FERPA, and professional ethics
- Experience performing threat assessments
To Apply: Submit a cover letter, resume, academic transcripts and contact information for three professional references. Applications may be submitted online at employment.truman.edu or by mail to: Human Resources Truman State University McClain Hall 101 Kirksville, MO 63501.
Questions may be directed to Human Resources at 660-785-4031 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Final candidates will be expected to undergo and successfully pass a background check. Review of applications will begin December 9, 2019, and continue until position is filled.
Illinois Collaboration on Youth (ICOY) is a statewide, nonprofit that shapes practice and policies and builds the capacity of member agencies so that children, youth and families are safe, healthy and on the path to maximizing their potential. ICOY aims to lead the way for children and youth services in Illinois, strengthen the network of providers, and improve outcomes for children and youth. ICOY strives to accomplish its mission by developing and advancing effective public policy; helping to transform public systems to be more prevention oriented, results-oriented, and accountable. We work collaboratively with local, state and governmental leadership to create community-based opportunities, needed services and environments to help ensure children and families succeed. ICOY also works in partnership with other national and statewide organizations and foundations to test new ideas and approaches, provide technical assistance, generate new evidence and support innovation.
ICOY seeks a motivated, strategic thinker to join our team as a Policy Analyst to support its work advancing ICOY’s public policy agenda and policy projects. The position offers the opportunity to explore a wide range of policy issues including the impact of government legislation, state regulations, and oversight on the child and youth-serving systems and service providers. The Policy Analyst’s work will support all aspects of ICOY’s policy agenda but candidates with a background in child welfare and Medicaid are preferred. Under the direction of the Director of Policy and Government Affairs, the Policy Analyst will conduct program research, analyze policy, regulations and administrative data sets and contribute to the design and preparation of technical assistance briefs and tools to realize ICOY’s goal to positively influence public policy impacting children and youth and promote member advocacy. Policy issues include an array of topics, but typically concentrate on forming state-level policy recommendations for child welfare, juvenile justice, children’s behavioral health, homeless youth, community-based investments, multi-system collaboration, and to address Racial and Ethnic Disparities (RED) across systems.
- Summarize key research findings for internal consumption and prepare polished presentation materials appropriately tailored for targeted audiences.
- Develop written recommendations pertaining to proposed policies, public hearing testimony and regulatory comment submissions, legislative initiatives, and position papers through qualitative research and outreach to providers, members, state agencies, and other advocacy organizations.
- Serve as the content contributor for communications and policy education resource development including, but not limited to the assigned policy areas.
- Serve as a subject-matter resource in the areas of child welfare and multisystem-involved youth, including maintaining effective relationships with youth-serving system stakeholders, building coalitions, and staying abreast of state and federal policies in the form of law, rules and guidance that allows for accurate research and policy analysis.
- Represent ICOY and its members on policy commissions, committees, and various workgroups.
- Additional duties as needed
- An educational and employment background in public policy or a related field with experience synthesizing data and research. Background working in a complex environment with varying partners is key.
- A graduate degree (preferred) in public administration, public policy, social work, human services or law and 2 years of relevant experience.
- Preferred candidates will possess experience and expertise in independently analyzing public policy and operations in child and youth-serving systems.
- Familiarity and knowledge of the challenging dynamics facing public-private sector relations is preferred.
- Outstanding written and oral communication skills.
- Ability to present policy, practice and research information to a variety of audiences, including federal, state and local government officials and policymakers.
- Ability to work autonomously and as a member of a team.
- Flexibility and an ability to work in a dynamic and fast-paced environment.
- Ability and willingness to travel, work flexible hours, possess a valid driver’s license, reliable transportation and auto insurance as required by ICOY.
- Knowledge of computers and technology: proficient in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, SharePoint and audio/visual and conference calling technology.
Illinois Collaboration on Youth is an equal opportunity employer. Interested candidates should email their resumes, two 1-2 page writing samples with at least one related to public policy analysis, three references, and cover letter by Wednesday, January 15, 2020 to:
Ms. Denail Timms
Director of Operations
Illinois Collaboration on Youth
MU Health Care is seeking a case manager to provide ongoing, interval psychosocial assessments for patients and families at each quarterly visit. Based off the ongoing interventions, the CF Social worker will provide direct services and counseling, as well as referrals and coordination of care to community agencies and programs for ongoing care and treatment. This independent clinician will function as part of the Adult Cystic Fibrosis multi-disciplinary care team. Will attend North American Cystic Fibrosis Conference (NACFC) annually. Participate in the Cystic Fibrosis clinic on Tuesdays. Participate in Multi-disciplinary team meetings on Tuesday mornings. Travel to Springfield outreach clinic 6-9 times/year (day trip). Participate in rounding with Cystic Fibrosis inpatients. Participate in quality improvement projects with Cystic Fibrosis Center.
- Provide psychosocial assessment for each Cystic Fibrosis patient quarterly, or more as indicated.
- Assist developing patient specific care plans for adjusting to illness/disease in the following realms/sectors; financial, emotional, home, work, school, childcare.
- Coordinating with Pediatric Care team on the planning and implementation of the transition of care for patient's moving from pediatric clinic to adult clinic.
- Assist in the assessment of barriers to adherence of complex medical regimen and promotion of self-care behaviors.
- Coordination and referral to community agencies to promote seamless care (financial, home care, employment/career, insurance, medication, community, and transplant).
- Coordinate with inpatient team the discharge planning of inpatients and post-acute referrals (IV therapy, pulmonary rehab, home health, counseling services).
- Collaboration with a multi-disciplinary team and patient/family support system for medical decision making (end of life versus transplant) and adjustment to illness.
Qualifications: A professional clinical degree or licensure with the State of Missouri as an RN or PT, or an MSW degree is required. Three years acute care clinical experience, which provides knowledge, and understanding of medical terminology, patient diagnoses, treatment protocols and disease process is necessary. Prefer Master’s degree in social work from a college or university accredited by the national Council of Social Work Education. (LCSW preferred, LMSW will be considered).
Salary Range: $51,126 - $76,918
Saint Francis Healthcare is a full-time masters level social worker responsible for assessing the psycho/social need of patients on assigned units and plans and implements strategies for meeting these needs. The Social Worker III consults with other social workers and Medical Center staff on complex cases assisting with recommendations and interventions. Collaborates with case managers to assure cost effective outcomes in patient care. Assists the Assistant Manager of Social Services in administrative activities. Serves as a clinical resource to the Medical Center and the community to identify effective psychosocial intervetions that can improve health outcomes. Reports directly to the Assistant Manager of Social Services.
- Strategic planning and implementation - Plans and implements strategies for meeting the psycho/social needs of patients. Utilizes interviews with patients and family members to determine functioning with close supervision. Assessments are completed in appropriate time and cover required areas.
- Specialty area - Develops expertise in a major specialty area of medical social work. Is proficient in at least one specialty area of medical social work or has developed and begun carrying out an action plan to achieve specialty expertise.
- Interdisciplinary Team - Serves as a member of an interdisciplinary team, attending team conferences and consulting with team members about psycho/social aspects of care.
- On-Call - Provides on-call for departments as assigned by the Assistant Manager of Social Services.
- Supervision of staff - Provides supervision of other staff and student workers assigned by the Assistant Manager of Social Service. Recognized by CSWE BSW program as an acceptable student intern supervisor.
- Development of Policies and Procedures - Assists in development of policies and procedures for Social Services. Researches and writes policies/procedures and makes appropriate revisions when assigned to do so.
- Facilitation of available services - Assists the Assistant Manager in facilitating other departments understanding and knowledge of the services available through the department and appropriate methods for assessing those services.
Qualifications: Educational Requirements: Masters of Social Work from an accredited school of social work. Referenced from the NASW Standards for Social Work Practice in Health Care Settings. Additional Skills & Experience Requirements: Five (5) years experience in health care or related agency preferred.
Lutheran Family and Children’s Services (LFCS) is seeking a case manager or social worker in Perry County, Missouri to provide effective counseling and case management to client population. Establish and maintain appropriate, current community networks and interactions, in cooperation with program supervisors and staff. Provide consultation and input to leadership for the program as requested. Professional enhancement.
- CM I - Bachelor's Degree in Psychology, Counseling, Guidance Counseling or Drug & Alcohol Counseling. License preferred.
- CM II - Master's Degree in Psychology, Counseling, Guidance Counseling or Drug & Alcohol Counseling. License preferred.
- Social Worker I Must possess BSW. LMSW or LCSW preferred.
- Social Worker II Must possess MSW. LMSW or LCSW preferred.
- Must have an active driver's license. REQUIRED K/S/As: Established social work and case management practices. Time Management skills. Self-motivational and self-management skills. Ability to function on a team. Communication, interpersonal and organizational skills.
- Meet with clients, families, providers and resources, coordinating home, community and office visits, per program requirements and practice standards
- Assess and utilize professional therapeutic techniques with parents and children
- Utilize an evidence based, family centered, prevention curricula helping families build essential protective factors and understand appropriate patterns of behavior and child development.
Rainbow House Children’s Emergency Shelter is seeking part-time PRN youth specialists. Attend a job fair at Rainbow House (1611 Towne Drive, Columbia, Mo 65202) on Dec. 14th from 9:00 am - 11:00 am. RSVP: Text (573)239-7511.
Bristol Bay Area Health Corporation is seeking an community support program case manager to assist in providing outreach, case management, psychosocial development, vocational rehabilitation, and residential resources to consumers in Bristol Bay diagnosed with a severe mental illness. This will include individual and group services, crisis intervention, community outreach, coordination with local and state-level support resources, and interdisciplinary communication with various healthcare providers in the BBAHC system. This position requires a bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, or a related field as well as the ability to work with diverse populations including Alaska Natives.
BBAHC is located in Dillingham, Alaska and provides health care for the Bristol Bay region. This position is eligible for relocation expenses, includes a generous benefits package, and provides opportunity for rewarding and challenging clinical work in a unique environment. For more information on the agency or position, including the application and full job description, please visit www.bbahc.org/jobs.
Presbyterian Children's Homes and Services (PCHAS) is seeking part-time therapists in Farmington, MO to provide assessment and strength-based therapy services to clients and families directly served by PCHAS.
- Conduct assessment and diagnosis and provide individual, group and family therapy for assigned clients on a weekly basis in accordance to the accepted therapy model.
- During each week of service, provide case notes documenting all therapy sessions as well as any other requested report or clinical documentation conducted in that week.
- Provide input to PCHAS treatment team on identified issues, symptomology and possible interventions to be used in the development of master treatment plans and plan revisions.
- Attend clinical staffing’s, staff meetings, and trainings as assigned by the supervisor. These hours are designated as required and non-billable.
- Produce 9 billable hours per week (50 minute sessions) according to individual plan developed with Clinical Director.
- Provide other therapy paperwork, as needed, to maintain client files according to licensing/accreditation/payer standards.
- Submit payroll time sheets to designated staff on a timely basis, if not salaried.
- Performs duties as negotiated to meet agency goals and objectives.
- Therapists shall possess a master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, or Counseling. Must be either licensed or provisionally licensed in a clinical discipline, i.e. LCSW, LPC, etc. Must be able to qualify as a Missouri Medicaid provider.
- A combination of education and experience which meets the legal requirements of the State of Missouri for licensing as an LCSW or LPC, and previous job experience working with at-risk children, adolescents, and their families.
Community Counseling Center is seeking a youth day treatment therapist to provide evaluation and treatment of children and families. They will facilitate therapeutic activities based on the child’s treatment plan and be a member of the child’s Treatment Team. The Youth Day Treatment program provides services to youth in grades 3-12 who require a step-down or an alternative to inpatient care or partial hospitalization, or as transitional care following an inpatient or partial hospitalization stay in order to facilitate return to the community or to prevent or minimize the need for more intense or restrictive level of treatment. The Day Treatment Program provides services that are more intensive than outpatient treatment and will serve persons who need a structured, behavioral health setting for daytime activities.
- Conduct individual, group, and family therapy with assigned clients.
- Work with an integrated treatment team, including case managers and the psychiatrist to provide consistent care.
- Work alongside school staff to meet the needs of the students/clients.
- Maintain records according to clinical policies and procedures in a timely fashion.
- Assist with psychological evaluations.
- Communicate with parents/guardians with the needs, behaviors, etc of the child.
- Master’s degree in social work, counseling, psychology or related human services field.
- Provisional License (LMSW, PLPC) Required; Full License preferred (LCSW, LPC).
- 2 years’ experience in children/family mental health services.
- Must have reliable transportation and the ability to possess a Class E license.
ISSARA INSTITUTE is seeking a Country Director in Bangkok, Thailand. This position is a key leadership position in an organization that is growing and rapidly testing and implementing approaches to improving labour conditions across extended global supply chains and a range of industries. The Country Director is responsible for managing operations incountry, ensuring smart growth and sound coordination with technical advisors and other directors, and providing support to a team of over 20 across multiple program approaches and operations. They will work closely with other leadership to interface with the Royal Thai Government, global corporate partners and private sector representatives in-country, international governments and missions, civil society organizations and other stakeholders supporting labour migrants and victims of exploitation. The ideal candidate will be able to contribute at a strategic level, but also practically support efficient operations and capable and dynamic multi-cultural teams. A unique opportunity to truly operate at the nexus of public and private sector and drive meaningful, tangible impact on the ground as well as in the board room.
The ISSARA Institute is an independent non-profit organization based in Thailand, Myanmar, and the United States tackling issues of human trafficking and forced labour in global supply chains through data, technology, partnership, and innovation. The Institute was established in 2014 by a team of antitrafficking experts coming out of the United Nations who created an alliance of private sector, civil society, and government partners committed to addressing labour issues in global supply chains with practical, measurable, and scalable results. It is staffed by leading regional and international experts in labour rights, business consulting, and ethical sourcing, with additional technical advisors in the US and UK supporting the Institute’s work on an ongoing basis.
If you are interested in applying for this position, please send a CV and a cover letter explaining your interest in the position and relevant expertise to email@example.com. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Family Health Center is seeking a LCSW to join a multidisciplinary team to provide individual and family therapy in an integrated primary health care setting. Master’s degree in Social Work and current Missouri licensure required. The ideal candidate will possess strong communication skills and have 3 years of experience in applying evidence-based treatments to complex patients with both acute and chronic mental health conditions. Full-time with benefits. Bi-lingual skills a plus. Apply online at www.fhcmo.org and attach resume. EOE
Family Health Center: is seeking a social worker for a primary health care clinic. BSW preferred. Knowledge of community resources, ability to multi-task, and good organizational skills necessary. Bi-lingual a plus. Full-time with benefits. Join a team that focuses on quality of care. Complete an on-line application at: www.fhcmo.org and e-mail resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org. EOE
The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education is seeking vocational rehabilitation counselors in West Plains and Jefferson City, 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.
- Travels to meet with clients and partners in public locations.
- Other duties as assigned.
- 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)
SEMO Health Network has a partnership with Kennett School District to provide behavioral health and physical health services in the school. We are seeking a LCSW to work as the school-based therapist at the Kennett School District. Apply online
Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children (CASA) is seeking a development director to be responsible for planning, organizing, and directing all of Heart of Missouri CASA’s fundraising, which allow us to achieve our mission and maximize our impact in the community. The director works closely with the Executive Director and the Board of Directors in all development and fundraising endeavors with the long-term goal of serving every child in foster care in Boone and Callaway Counties with the highest quality advocacy. The Development Director is a full-time, salaried position that reports to the Executive Director.
- Designer of Development Strategies:
- Through relationship-building, help our donors accomplish their philanthropic goals and ambitions with our organization.
- Develop and execute the annual fundraising plan through identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of donors.
- Develop and implement a donor messaging and communications strategy.
- Generate new ideas that increase revenue and improve donor loyalty.
- Report on program progress to the Executive Director and the board.
- Oversee the development budget and monitor expenses.
- Organizer of Development Activities:
- Maintain long-term relationships with existing donors.
- Identify and build relationships with new and prospective donors.
- Make direct, face-to-face solicitations.
- Administer signature fundraising and donor stewardship events.
- Manage systems and software to track, cultivate, and steward donors and prospects.
- Oversee Heart of Missouri CASA publications to support fundraising activities, including digital and print communications, such as annual report, e-newsletter, and end-of-year mailing.
- Assist the Executive Director in grant-development, including research, proposal writing, and reporting requirements.
- Make public appearances/accept speaking engagements to share information about Heart of Missouri CASA with the community.
- Communicate fundraising goals throughout the organization and equip team members to reach them.
- Recruit, train, and support key volunteers to assist in advancement efforts.
- Bachelor’s degree or equivalent professional experience, preferably in marketing, communications, public relations or other development related field.
- Preferably has worked on behalf of underserved children and families, in development or direct services.
- Preferably has at least 2 years of experience in development with a documented track record of successful fundraising.
- Has demonstrated the ability to work effectively with board members, staff and volunteers.
- Must have a valid driver's license, car and valid insurance
Salary – $40,000-$50,000 – pay commensurate with experience and skills.
To Apply: send a cover letter, resume, and list of 3 professional references (name, phone number, email address) to Kelly Hill at email@example.com.
MU Health Care is seeking a Behavioral Health Consultant (BHC) at the Bariatric Clinic. The BHC is a licensed provider (LCSW, PsyD, or PhD) working in an interdisciplinary team to identify, treat, and manage mental health and behavioral medicine conditions in the identified patient population, providing comprehensive services to optimize patient care and reduce overall healthcare costs. Three (3) years of clinical experience is required.
- Knowledge of, and ability to utilize a variety of evidence based psychological interventions and assessment tools; Conduct research, analyze results, and implement recommendations and new procedures to improve delivery of care to patients; Specialized knowledge of evidence based treatment for behavioral medicine concerns (e.g. smoking cessation, diabetes, preventive and chronic care, insomnia, adherence to care plans).
- Ability to work through brief patient contacts as well as make quick and accurate clinical assessments of mental and behavioral conditions.
- Provide brief, evidence based mental health and behavioral medicine interventions; Evaluate crisis situations and apply appropriate interventions. Provide education and support to interdisciplinary team regarding behavioral health issues and recommendations for effective self-care; Provide effective treatment planning and assisting clients in successfully achieving goals.
- Consult and collaborate with health care providers and other staff regarding patient care, facilitating effective communication between providers and patients and/or caregiver.
- Refer patient to outside counseling services located within the surrounding communities as deemed necessary.
- Document behavioral health interventions provided to patient in accordance with department/hospital policy.
- Other duties as assigned.
Apply online: Job ID#: 19002343