SOCIAL WORKER MSW - Care Management (1st Shift Day) #012-(T44908)
To provide individuals, families and groups with the psychosocial support needed to cope with chronic, acute or terminal illnesses. To provide services including advising family care givers, providing patient education and counseling, and making referrals for other services. May also provide care and case management or interventions designed to promote health, prevent disease and address barriers to access to healthcare. To facilitate the discharge planning process and identify community resources to assist patients and their families. To act as a clinical resource to both social service students and the community.
Salary Range:$42598.4 - $66788.8
Master's degree in Social Work required. Work experience may NOT substitute for education requirement. Currently licensed as a Licensed Graduate Social Worker (LGSW) by the Alabama State Board of Social Work Examiners required.
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Assistant Clinical Professor (Social Work Program)
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||Assistant Clinical Professor (Social Work Program)
Position Summary Information
|Job Description Summary
The Social Work Program within the Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work at Auburn University invites applications for a non-tenure track, twelve-month renewable position at the Assistant Clinical Professor level starting August 1, 2017.The candidate’s primary teaching assignment will be within the BSW Program. In addition to teaching a 3-3-1 course load, the candidate will also be involved in field liaison activities and service to the department, college, and the academic and professional social work community. Additionally, the candidate should be committed to outreach within the social work profession.
Applicants must have a MSW degree from a CSWE accredited program, five years of professional, social work practice experience, and an LCSW or equivalent at the time of appointment.
Candidates with university teaching experience, field liaison experience and those working in child welfare and/or health and mental health practice are encouraged to apply.
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Review of applications will begin March 27, 2017.
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Go2U School Social Worker
Gateway 184 reviews
- Birmingham, AL
|Be a game changer.Be a school social worker with Gateway.
Gateway's Go2U program is Alabama's most experienced and effective solution for school-based mental health services. The method we developed more than 15 years ago is simple, but proven. When Gateway school therapists are accessible to children and parents in schools, we unlock the doors to student, family and community success. One Woodlawn resident said it best, "I have seen how Gateway school counseling is not only transforming families, but also my neighborhood."
As Alabama's leader in family solutions and Birmingham's oldest nonprofit, Gateway is looking for a top-notch social worker for its Go2U School-Based Counseling program. We hire the best people, because the children and families we serve deserve nothing less. Every member of our team is a game changer, leader and innovator, dedicated to building strong families and stronger communities. There is no doubt you would be making a significant impact as a social worker for Gateway Go2U School-Based Counseling.
Purpose and Mission:
We are searching for an exemplary school-based social worker to join our team and work at the highest levels of quality, integrity, cultural competence, safety and enthusiasm for children and families. This individual will work in partnership with schools and teachers while engaging families in treatment and helping students develop skills for classroom success. As a Go2U social worker, you will provide case management services, coaching and instruction to unlock every child's potential.
Our new school-based social worker should continue Go2U's legacy of significant improvements for student success. Thanks to premier social work services, schools should see the following:
- Increased family attendance and participation in school events/meetings
- Increased participation in family therapy
- Bachelor of Social Work or Psychology or related human-services degree
- Three years of related experience
- Experience with community-based services, such as in-home services or schools
Position Specific Competencies:
- Ability to coach teachers on managing challenging classroom behavior
- Knowledgable and skilled in trauma-informed care
- Familiarity with TF-CBT concepts
- Proven success with teacher, student and family engagement
- Extensive familiarity with and connections to a wide array of community resources
- Strong commitment and dedication to student success in Title I schools
Gateway hires the best people, because the children and families we serve deserve nothing less. Our team is a hardworking, ethical, diverse and courageous workforce of champions. We are game changers, leaders and innovators, dedicated to building strong families and stronger communities. Each team member is an exemplary professional and role model, working at the highest levels of quality, integrity, cultural competence, safety and enthusiasm. Our unique strengths combine in Gateway’s collaborative environment to produce world-class outcomes for those we serve.
Competitive Salary + Excellent Benefits + 9 Paid Holidays
Gateway is Alabama's leader in family solutions and Birmingham's oldest nonprofit. We are experts in building strong families, thus stronger communities through a variety of services. This year alone, our workforce of champions have produced proven results:
- 107 Gateway families stayed together through counseling.
- 57 children returned to their families.
- 34 foster teens got a job.
- Families in financial crises paid back $560,000 of debt.
- 15 families kept their Homes through mortgage counseling.
Up to the task? Apply today.
Horizon Health Mobile, AL
Horizon Health, the national leader in the management of inpatientpsychiatricprograms, seeks afull time or part timeMaster's preparedSocial Workerfor our inpatient psychiatric program atMobile Infirmary Medical CenterinMobile, AL.
Responsibilities include assessments, unit management, psychodiagnosis, treatment planning and discharge planning, as well as group, individual and family treatment.
This position offers an excellent compensation package and career advancement.
The successful candidate must have Masters in Social work, a minimum of two years experience working with mental health programs, excellent clinical skills and preferably a current Alabama license (LCSW or LMSW preferred)
To submit your resume, please click "Apply".
- working with mental health programs: 2 years
Please review all application instructions before applying to Horizon Health.
Executive Director, NAMI Alabama
Job Location: Montgomery, AL
Job Status: Full Time
The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Alabama is a nonprofit, grassroots, self-help, support, and advocacy organization of individuals living with mental illness, families, and friends of people with severe mental illnesses, such as schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, bipolar disorder, major depressive disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder and other severe and persistent mental illnesses that affect the brain. NAMI Alabama is dedicated to the eradication of mental illnesses and to the improvement of the quality of life of all whose lives are affected by these diseases.
NAMI Alabama is currently looking for an Executive Director who will lead this organization in the areas of fiscal management; fund development and grant writing; public speaking; membership development; affiliate and NAMI on Campus Club development; education outreach; and, advocacy development for individuals with mental illness and their families.
To give direction and leadership toward the achievement of NAMI’s philosophy, mission, strategy, and its annual goals and objectives.
¨ Works in concert with the Board, staff, and members to establish a strategic direction of the organization.
¨ Promotes awareness and visibility of the NAMI vision and direction at the state and local level.
¨ Works with the management staff to ensure effective development and implementation of personnel policies and benefits to ensure a positive and productive work environment.
¨ Brings together the various programs of the organization, coordinating across program areas to strengthen the work of each and to gain greater impact from better communication and sharing of resources and ideas.
¨ Creates and implements a comprehensive fundraising strategy for the organization, helping to expand philanthropic support for the organization through identification and cultivation of individual, foundation, corporate, and public sources of revenue.
¨ Plays a meaningful role in all aspects of donor relations.
¨ Implements the strategic goals and objectives of the organization with the Board President and enable the Board to fulfill its governance function;
¨ Reports directly to the Board of Directors on all aspects of the organization.
¨ Assists in the recruitment, orientation, and training of new Board members.
¨ Works with the Board to develop strategic plans, policies, and priorities regarding programmatic direction and external relations, in coordination with other staff.
¨ Recommends yearly budget for Board approval and manages organization's resources within budgetary guidelines.
How to Apply:
Candidates should send a letter of interest and resume to: Attn: Jimmy Walsh, Board President, NAMI Alabama, 1401 I-85 Parkway, Suite A, Montgomery, AL 36106, or,
e-mail, Ethel Green at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, please call
- Clinical Coordinator
Morgan County Child Advocacy Center
801 Church Street, Suite 1
P.O. Box 2006 Decatur, AL 35602
The Morgan County Child Advocacy Center is currently seeking candidates for a full-time Clinical Coordinator position in Decatur, Alabama. A summary of the job description is located below. Resumes and cover letters may be sent to email@example.com.
The position requires an individual with excellent clinical skills. The Clinical Coordinator will facilitate weekly Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) group and individual case consultation sessions. The Clinical Coordinator will be responsible for auditing clinical documentation and ensuring that all clinicians maintain fidelity to the TF-CBT model. The Clinical Coordinator will have working knowledge of all Child Advocacy Center programs, including Victim Advocacy and Forensic Interviewing. The Clinical Coordinator will be responsible for scheduling monthly Forensic Interview Peer Reviews and maintaining necessary documentation. The Clinical Coordinator will provide assistance to the Executive Director with grant writing and grant reporting. The Clinical Coordinator will also be responsible for providing TF-CBT to clients and caregivers. The Clinical Coordinator will demonstrate the ability to work effectively with agencies and professionals who investigate crimes against children.
Basic qualifications include a Master’s degree in social work or counseling. Licensure as a LICSW, LMSW, LPC, or ALC is required. Preference will be giving to fully licensed professionals. The position requires strong communication and organizational skills along with a willingness to work a moderately flexible schedule when necessary. The Morgan County Child Advocacy Center offers a competitive salary and benefits package. The Morgan County Child Advocacy Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The Morgan County Child Advocacy Center does not discriminate against any applicant for employment because of race, color, religion, sex, or national origin
February 6, 2017
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Psych On Site, Inc. - Selma, AL
Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)
Job Title:Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)
Reports to:Psych On Site, Inc. Administrator (Manager, non-clinical purposes only)
Job Summary:Provide professional, psycho-social assessments and psychotherapy counseling as part of an interdisciplinary treatment team at nursing home facilities.
Travel: May be required
Duties and Essential Functions:
- Function as an essential member of the treatment team by providing professional, social services to residents and their families at nursing home facilities.
- Work in collaboration with the psychologist/psychiatrist, nursing staff and other team members to contribute to the goal of providing integrated and focused quality health care services.
- Collaborate in the development and implementation of an effective treatment plan and perform interventions according to this treatment plan and/or the nursing home policies.
- Record treatment notes in medical charts according to industry standards and company policy.
- Timely submit billing and copies of medical charts to appropriate parties and as requested.
- Perform other assignments as needed.
Qualifications:Current state license where the facility is located and requisite education and experience to perform the job duties.
Required experience: Licensed Clinical Social Worker: 1 year
- Licensed Clinical Social Work: 1 year
February 6, 2017
Masters Social Worker
Camellia Healthcare- Demopolis, AL
Camellia Hospice of Demopolis is seeking a Masters Social Worker for PRN hire.
This is a UNIQUE opportunity with Camellia Home Health for a Masters Social Worker to join our growing and independent team! Responsibilities include:
- Hospice social workers provide assistance to hospice patients and family in all aspects of daily life.
- Social workers assist in obtaining necessary medical equipment and supplies, linkage to community resources and grief counseling.
- Master's level social workers maybe required to supervise any bachelors/licensed social workers in their office.
- Must have a Master's of Social Work with a current social work license in teh state of employment.
Overview:Our employees think Camellia is a great place to work and it shows! We have been repeatedly honored on a national and regional basis as aBest Place to Work. Here are just a few of the many reasons why:
- Camellia Healthcare has been family-owned and operated since 1974.
- Camellia employs over 1,000 employees in four different states in the southeastern U.S.
- At Camellia, our purpose is to make a positive difference in the lives we touch and the communities we serve.
Some of our great benefits include:
- Competitive compensation.
- Continuing education opportunities.
- Matching 401(k) plan.
- Comprehensive insurance plans.
- Electronic medical records & mobile devices for all clinicians.
- Innovative bonus plan.
- Company car program.
Camellia is family caring for families.
Job Type: Part-time
Please review all application instructions before applying to Camellia Healthcare.