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Administrative Supervisor 4064/51025-01-324 Bay Ridge
Location: Brooklyn
Category: Social Work/Case Work
Union Status: Union
Hours: 35

Qualifications:

LCSW required with 3-5 years experience in mental health service program administration.  Minimum of 2 years program supervisory experience. Excellent organizational, time management and communication skills.  Strong administrative skills as well as an understanding of mental health delivery issues.



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OVERVIEW: The Administrative Supervisor is responsible for direct care and the oversight of administrative and clinical supervision and performance evaluation of all clinical staff. Will supervise and train clinical staff for providing direct care treatment. All responsibilities to be carried out in accordance with the standards of regulatory Bodies and of the Jewish Board of Family & Children’s Services. Work schedule may include rotating shifts and on-call service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:

·         Supervise clinical staff.

·         Supervise and conduct intake interviews for all potential clients.

·         Conduct training and development as required.

·         Process staff scheduling and coverage.

·         Conduct performance appraisals.

·         Conduct in service training, on direct care treatment, in an on-going basis for all clinical staff to keep them abreast of program changes and additions.

·         Schedule and oversee all staff meetings, case conferences.

·         Ensure clinical and administrative compliance in all program areas.

·         Schedule and monitor staff attendance, staffing, and vacation scheduling to ensure proper coverage.

·         Assist in the development of the annual plan, budgets, and goals.

·         Document, distribute and monitor all incidents.

·         May carry a reduced caseload and participate in home visits.

 

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Administrator on Duty (AOD) 2281/52010-10-202 Hawthorne Cedar Knolls
Location: Westchester
Category: Direct Care/Milieu Counselor
Union Status: Union
Hours: 40

Qualifications:

College Degree preferred with a minimum of two to three (2-3) years of work experience in a residential setting OR High School Diploma required with a minimum of five (5) years of work experience in a residential setting. Must possess a clean NYS Driver’s license. 



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OVERVIEW: The Administrator on Duty is responsible for ensuring client safety and the security of the program’s grounds, cottages, buildings, and offices. 

 

RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:

·         Supervises Assistant Administrators-on Duty.

·         Provide reports for senior management as needed.

·         Direct oversight of day to day operations of the program including; regularly inspection of all residential and office buildings to ensure that no unauthorized persons, activities or immediately hazardous conditions (such as fire, burst pipes, etc.) exist, and in regards to residential sites, ensure that all residents and workers are on-site and accounted for.

·          Regularly inspect the grounds of the facility, including parking facilities, vehicles, non-residential buildings (i.e. storage facilities, cafeteria, gymnasium, etc.), to ensure that no unauthorized persons, activities or immediately hazardous conditions (such as fire, burst pipes, etc.) exist.

·         Should an unauthorized individual or activity be observed by the Assistant Administrator on Duty, the Assistant Administrator on Duty should follow the appropriate facility procedure for securing the site, and immediately make a full report to the individual designated as in charge of the facility.

·         Immediately inform the director, supervisor, or the employee designated as being in charge of the facility of any irregularities noted during such inspections.

·         Assist counselors in emergency resident care situations.  Such assistance may include the therapeutic hold of a child, if needed, or to request additional help through radio, phone, or direct contact.

·         Oversee and coordinate transport of residents to emergency health care facilities.

·          Oversee and coordinate the tracking and picking up of absence without (official) leave residents, should they require transportation back to the facility.

·         Conduct routine fire inspections and disaster drills.

·         Coordinate coverage for units/cottages should a scheduled worker not be able to perform their duties.

·         Collect all paperwork from the cottages/units for insertion into the central log (e.g. Accountability sheets, census, overnight staff check list, event reports).

·         Record notes for the shift in the electronic Administrator on Duty department log.  

·         May cover for the Assistant Administrator on Duty (AAOD) in the event there is no one to cover the shift.

·         Communicate with maintenance staff to ensure safe environment of all program areas.

·         Other duties as assigned.

 

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Applications Support Analyst 9825/52030-01 Information Systems
Location: Manhattan
Category: Information/Technology
Union Status: Union
Hours: 35

Qualifications:

 

Bachelor’s degree in Healthcare, Business Administration, Computer Science/IT or related field or equivalent experience in related field.One to three years of experience implementing clinical, financial and other applications or an equivalent combination of education and health care technology experience is preferred. Candidates with experience in complex healthcare technology implementations or experience a plus.Strong interpersonal and verbal communication skills, ability to engage staff collaboratively.Strong organization skills with an ability to work independently to complete projects.Excellent writing and presentation skills; listening, analytical and problem solving skills.Excellent quantitative data analysis and presentation skills and proficiency with relevant software (Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Access).Must possess skills in project management and business process redesign.



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OVERVIEW: The Applications Support Analyst is responsible for training and delivering end user support for the agency. S/he will assist and provide ongoing support for configuration, design, implementation and troubleshooting for clinical, financial and other applications.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES: include but not limited to:

·         Analyze, design, develop, test, validate and implement clinical, financial and other applications used by staff.

·         Coordinate system configuration, template design, workflow analysis, training, and deployment of clinical, financial and other applications.

·         Assist with redesigning business processes using information technologies.

·         Generate reports for programs and administrative areas, including working with users on the purpose of reports, developing methods to integrate data from various systems.

·         Identify areas for improved processes, design and implement systems to enhance data integrity, efficient workflow and staff access to integrated metrics.

·         Provide support for the testing of new and existing software applications under development or consideration for purchase.

·         Present findings to department colleagues, programs and agency leadership to inform decision-making.

·         Communicate with and assess the needs of various levels of users including clinical and non-clinical individuals, and affiliated staff.

·         Participate in other department projects, as assigned.

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Art Therapist 1660/50140-01 Horizons
Location: Brooklyn
Category: Social Work/Case Work
Union Status: Union
Hours: 21

Qualifications:

Master’s in Art Required. Must have an LCAT (Licensed Creative Art Therapist). 



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OVERVIEW: The work of each Art Therapist is integrated into overall clinical planning for each case, recognizing the unique deficits of each child and family.  He/She is part of the treatment team and provides therapeutic intervention aswell as recommendations to the rest of the staff about the child.

RESPONSIBILITES include but not limited to:

·         Collection of art therapy referrals.

·         Acting as a liaison between the expressive therapies program and residential programming .

·         Administering of  individual, group art therapy assignments .

·         Chart work where required .

·         Ordering of supplies.

·         Maintaining art room space .

·         Additional duties as assigned.

·         Attendance at Supervision.

·         Availability on Evenings and weekends required. 

·         Other duties as assigned.

 

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Art Therapist 6141/60922-01 Club Pride
Location: Queens
Category: Social Work/Case Work
Union Status: Union
Hours: 35

Qualifications:

Must have an License in Creative Arts Therapy (LCAT).




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OVERVIEW: This is a position for an Art Therapist responsible for planning and implementing activity groups in the centralized program employing various treatment modalities which may include creative arts, structured discussion and music and movement therapy. In absence of Club Pride’s Director at the site, the Art Therapist will be in full charge and report to the Director.

RESPONSIBILITIES include but are not limited to:

·         Engaging individuals to form trusting relationships that foster hope for positive change through personal empowerment .

·         Examining lifestyle factors that impact health and wellness by using tools with individuals to   discuss / plan behavioral strategies that encourage and support positive self -management of   healthcare concerns.

·         Participate in the interdisciplinary team meetings.

·         Supervise graduate students and volunteers as they run activities in the site

·         Purchase and maintain art supplies and building equipment with Director’s approval.

·         Direct service duties, which may include case management, interagency communications, counseling, crisis intervention and all necessary related documentation.

·         Provide ongoing information to staff concerning the status of members.

·         Participate in trainings.

·         Must be flexible and possess good personal skills.

·         Incorporating recovery into Art therapy and activities.

·         Art Therapist and Club Pride staff will jointly participate and be responsible for the serving of meals to members.

·         Other duties as assigned.

 

 

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Bronx Regional Maintenance Coordinator 8830/52030-00 Fiscal
Location: Bronx
Category: Housekeeping/Maintenance
Union Status: union
Hours: 35

Qualifications: Minimum of three years of related work experience; five years preferred. Strong organizational and interpersonal skills; strong skill level in areas of plumbing, electrical and carpentry. High School Diploma or GED required; Bachelor’s Degree preferred.

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OVERVIEW:         The Bronx Regional Maintenance Coordinator has overall responsibility to secure the life safety, environmental control, and security for clients, staff and facilities of the Bronx Region.  The primary areas of his/her role are maintenance and housekeeping, kitchens, vans and transportation. This person works closely with the Assistant Executive Director for Network Support Services and program directors, and supervises a diversified staff primarily of maintenance persons and housekeepers.  The Bronx Regional Maintenance Coordinator ensures staff work conditions and program sites have environments that are clean and safe, and that improvements, furnishings, electrical, plumbing, Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioners, and other technical equipment that are needed is provided in an effective and efficient manner. 

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:  include but not limited to:

·        Supervises work of maintenance and porter/housekeeping staff.

·        Provides hands on maintenance work in programs.

·        Ensures that appropriate fire codes, inspections, and regulations are met.

·        Ensures that heating, air conditioners, plumbing, electrical systems, etc., are in working order.  Set up preventive maintenance schedule and react quickly to urgent/emergency repair situations.

·        Regularly visits the programs to ensure quality.

·        Maintains positive relationships with contractors, plumbers, electricians, Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioners, and others so that needed repairs can be made effectively and quickly, in a cost-effective manner.

·        Closely observes residence preparedness for inspections and audits by governing agencies such as FDNY, COA, and others.

·        Arranges for purchase of supplies, cleaning equipment, appliances etc., with approved vendors or according to bid process.

·        Ensures that logs and reports such as monthly walkthrough, water temperature, vehicle mileage, etc., are maintained and submitted to appropriate authorities.

·        Ensures that all fire safety equipment, panels, heat/smoke detectors, etc. are properly affixed, labeled, and that appropriate documentation of inspections is readily available and current.

·        Works with Program Directors and Office Managers to ensure that agency vehicles are in safe operating condition and that appropriate logs are kept and turned in.

·        Ensures for the proper care of lawns and shrubbery, snow removal.

·        Works closely with vendors and Central Purchasing to purchase office furniture, home furniture and furnishing, food, disposable goods, tools and equipment, etc. efficiently and at the best possible prices.

·        Works with Central Facilities and Central Purchasing to selects vendors based on quality and service.

·        Contacts service vendors for plumbing, electric, Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioners, etc.

 

    

 

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Care Coordinator 6307/54060-03 Brooklyn Care Management Program
Location: Brooklyn
Category: Coordinator, Direct Care/Milieu Counselor
Union Status: Union
Hours: 35

Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology or a related health/human services field plus one year of relevant experience or  High school diploma plus four years of relevant experience. Fluency in a second language such as Spanish, Russian, or Creole preferred.



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OVERVIEW: Working in a team setting, the Care Coordinator has overall responsibility and accountability for coordinating all aspects of assigned health home members’ care.  The Care Coordinator will assess risk and needs, provide care management services, track and arrange appointments, educate members and coordinate other aspects of members’ health and community services.   As this is an evolving program, additional responsibilities will be added.

RESPONSIBILITIES, under direct supervision, include but are not limited to:

·         Integration of medical, specialized and behavioral health services in addition to social support services.

·         Periodic assessment of a member’s medical and behavioral health needs as well as compliance with recommended treatments.

·         Collaborative development of an Individualized Care Plan (ICP) with the member, the member’s family and/or caregivers in addition to other service providers.

·          Providing required care management services.

·         Tracking all specialty medical, behavioral and support service referrals made for patient using Health Information Technology (HIT) provided.

·         Assuring that member has access to, engages in and retains needed services as defined in the member’s Individualized Care Plan (ICP).  Such services may include:  Acute Medical Care; Primary Medical Care; Preventative medical care services (including metabolic screening); Home Health Care; Chemical Dependency Services; Behavioral Health Services; Community social support services; Housing; State and federal entitlements.

·         Providing outreach services to members for increased access to the above services.

·         Responding to members’ information and referral questions.

·          Reassessing for continuation of Health Home Services.

·         Completing all required documentation.

·         Sharing knowledge and experience with other team members to support the team’s overall service provision efforts.

·          Other duties as assigned.

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Care Coordinator 6309/54060-02-303 Staten Island Care Management Program
Location: Brooklyn
Category: Coordinator, Direct Care/Milieu Counselor
Union Status: Union
Hours: 35

Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology or a related health/human services field plus one year of relevant experience or  High school diploma plus four years of relevant experience. Fluency in a second language such as Spanish, Russian, or Creole preferred.



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OVERVIEW: Working in a team setting, the Care Coordinator has overall responsibility and accountability for coordinating all aspects of assigned health home members’ care.  The Care Coordinator will assess risk and needs, provide care management services, track and arrange appointments, educate members and coordinate other aspects of members’ health and community services.   As this is an evolving program, additional responsibilities will be added.

RESPONSIBILITIES, under direct supervision, include but are not limited to:

·         Integration of medical, specialized and behavioral health services in addition to social support services.

·         Periodic assessment of a member’s medical and behavioral health needs as well as compliance with recommended treatments.

·         Collaborative development of an Individualized Care Plan (ICP) with the member, the member’s family and/or caregivers in addition to other service providers.

·          Providing required care management services.

·         Tracking all specialty medical, behavioral and support service referrals made for patient using Health Information Technology (HIT) provided.

·         Assuring that member has access to, engages in and retains needed services as defined in the member’s Individualized Care Plan (ICP).  Such services may include:  Acute Medical Care; Primary Medical Care; Preventative medical care services (including metabolic screening); Home Health Care; Chemical Dependency Services; Behavioral Health Services; Community social support services; Housing; State and federal entitlements.

·         Providing outreach services to members for increased access to the above services.

·         Responding to members’ information and referral questions.

·          Reassessing for continuation of Health Home Services.

·         Completing all required documentation.

·         Sharing knowledge and experience with other team members to support the team’s overall service provision efforts.

·          Other duties as assigned.

 

 

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Case Assistant 1565/51090/01 Coney Island Supported Housing
Location: Brooklyn
Category: Social Work/Case Work
Union Status: Union
Hours: 70

Qualifications:

High School Diploma. At least 1 year in similar environment. Ability to perform a
helping role. Should have some beginning academic exposure to the concepts of human behavior.



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OVERVIEW: The Case Assistant will work closely with a Case Associate in the client population of a specific program.

RESPONSIBILITIES, under direct supervision, include but not limited to:

·         Participate in interviewing clients.

·         Make home visits specifically geared to involve a client or client groups in the helping function of the Agency.

·         May make routine community contacts on behalf of a social worker, e.g., school reports, medical reports, etc.

·         Other duties as assigned.

 

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Case Assistant 1754/51090-14 Brooklyn Treatment Apartment Program
Location: Brooklyn
Category: Direct Care/Milieu Counselor, Social Work/Case Work
Union Status: union
Hours: 35

Qualifications: Minimum educational level of a High School Diploma.  Minimum of two years related work experience, preferably working with adults living with mental illness or in a residential treatment program. 

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OVERVIEW:        Case Assistants in the AMI Apartment Programs provide apartment residents with training and assistance in basic living skills and provide other supportive services to help residents achieve and maintain their ability to live independently and realize their community integration goals. 

 

RESPONSIBILITIES include but are not limited to:

·        Provide in-home services to residents within the scope of program regulations and mission.

·        Carry primary responsibility for a caseload under supervision.

·        Provide a range of direct services, including active, hands-on skills training and supportive counseling, targeted to help residents reach wellness and community integration goals.

·        Provide instruction in general safety and security to all residents.

·        Conduct regular safety and maintenance checks of the apartments; assist in resolving facility-related problems.

·        Conduct apartment meetings, helping roommates live together successfully.

·        Ensure that residents understand the rules and occupancy requirements of the program and assist them in meeting them.

·        Complete all required documentation, such as admission package, assessments, service plans and reviews, progress notes, medication logs, walk-through and safety logs in a comprehensive and timely manner.

·        Prepare and submit monthly billing documentation, if applicable.

·        Assist residents in discharge planning.

·        Provide linkage and case management services.

·        Maintain contact with primary treatment providers or other service providers to coordinate service plans, attending case conferences, as needed.

·        Involve family members in service planning, as indicated.

·        Escort and advocate for residents (court, school, hospital, benefits offices).

·        Provide crisis management and intervention.

·        Attend staff meetings and trainings.

·        Participate in resident community meetings and group services.

·        Other duties as assigned

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Case Assistant 1557/51090-03 Graduate Program
Location: Brooklyn
Category: Direct Care/Milieu Counselor, Social Work/Case Work
Union Status: Union
Hours: 35

Qualifications: Minimum educational level of a High School Diploma.  Minimum of two years related work experience, preferably working with adults living with mental illness or in a residential treatment program. 

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OVERVIEW:        Case Assistants in the AMI Apartment Programs provide apartment residents with training and assistance in basic living skills and provide other supportive services to help residents achieve and maintain their ability to live independently and realize their community integration goals. 

 

RESPONSIBILITIES include but are not limited to:

·        Provide in-home services to residents within the scope of program regulations and mission.

·        Carry primary responsibility for a caseload under supervision.

·        Provide a range of direct services, including active, hands-on skills training and supportive counseling, targeted to help residents reach wellness and community integration goals.

·        Provide instruction in general safety and security to all residents.

·        Conduct regular safety and maintenance checks of the apartments; assist in resolving facility-related problems.

·        Conduct apartment meetings, helping roommates live together successfully.

·        Ensure that residents understand the rules and occupancy requirements of the program and assist them in meeting them.

·        Complete all required documentation, such as admission package, assessments, service plans and reviews, progress notes, medication logs, walk-through and safety logs in a comprehensive and timely manner.

·        Prepare and submit monthly billing documentation, if applicable.

·        Assist residents in discharge planning.

·        Provide linkage and case management services.

·        Maintain contact with primary treatment providers or other service providers to coordinate service plans, attending case conferences, as needed.

·        Involve family members in service planning, as indicated.

·        Escort and advocate for residents (court, school, hospital, benefits offices).

·        Provide crisis management and intervention.

·        Attend staff meetings and trainings.

·        Participate in resident community meetings and group services.

·        Other duties as assigned

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Case Associate 1565/51080-03-390 Coney Island Supported Housing
Location: Brooklyn
Category: Direct Care/Milieu Counselor
Union Status: Union
Hours: 35

Qualifications:

Case Associate: Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology or a related health/human services field and one year of relevant experience OR Case Assistant:  High School/GED with at least five years of experience working directly with adults living with mental illness in a housing, case management or clinical program.



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OVERVIEW: The Case Associate in the Adults with Mental Illness (AMI) Supported Housing Program working with specialized populations provides residents with goal definition and acquisition, housing case management, care coordination, and assistance in developing the competencies they need to live successfully in the community.  The Case Associate works directly with residents to develop and implement a comprehensive support plan aimed at helping them maintain their apartment and live successfully in the community.

RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:

·         Provide in-home services to residents within the scope of program regulations and mission.

·         Carry primary responsibility for a caseload under supervision.

·         Provide a range of direct services, including active, hands-on skills training and supportive counseling, targeted to help residents reach wellness and community integration goals.

·         Provide instruction in general safety and security to all residents.

·         Conduct regular safety and maintenance checks of the apartments; assist in resolving facility-related problems.

·         Conduct apartment meetings, helping roommates live together successfully.

·         Ensure that residents understand the occupancy requirements and assist them in meeting them.

·         Complete all required documentation, such as admission package, assessments, service plans and reviews, progress notes, medication logs, walk-through and safety logs in a comprehensive and timely manner.

·         Conduct intake interviews.

·         Perform outreach and in-reach.

·         Assist residents in discharge planning.

·         Provide linkage and housing case management services.

·         Maintain contact with primary treatment providers or other service providers to coordinate care, attending case conferences as needed.

·         Involve family members in service planning, as indicated.

·         Escort and advocate for residents (court, school, hospital, benefits offices).

·         Provide crisis management and intervention.

·         Attend staff meetings and trainings.

·         Develop, supervise and participate in resident advisory groups and program activities.

·          Conduct intake screenings and assessments.

·         Conduct aftercare for discharged residents.

·         Extensive travel in the community.

·         Provide case coverage, as needed.

·         Other duties as assigned.

 

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Case Associate 1559/51080-02-390 MRT
Location: Brooklyn
Category: Direct Care/Milieu Counselor, Social Work/Case Work
Union Status: Union
Hours: 35

Qualifications:

 Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology or a related health/human services field and one year of relevant experience OR Case Assistant:  High School/GED with at least five years of experience working directly with adults living with mental illness in a housing, case management or clinical program.



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OVERVIEW: The Case Associate in the AMI Supported Housing Program working with specialized populations provides residents with goal definition and acquisition, housing case management, care coordination, and assistance in developing the competencies they need to live successfully in the community.  The Case Associate works directly with residents to develop and implement a comprehensive support plan aimed at helping them maintain their apartment and live successfully in the community.

RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:

·         Provide in-home services to residents within the scope of program regulations and mission.

·          Carry primary responsibility for a caseload under supervision.

·         Provide a range of direct services, including active, hands-on skills training and supportive counseling, targeted to help residents reach wellness and community integration goals.

·         Provide instruction in general safety and security to all residents

·         Conduct regular safety and maintenance checks of the apartments; assist in resolving facility-related problems.

·         Conduct apartment meetings, helping roommates live together successfully.

·         Ensure that residents understand the occupancy requirements and assist them in meeting them.

·         Complete all required documentation, such as admission package, assessments, service plans and reviews, progress notes, medication logs, walk-through and safety logs in a comprehensive and timely manner.

·         Conduct intake interviews.

·         Perform outreach and in-reach.

·         Assist residents in discharge planning.

·         Provide linkage and housing case management services.

·         Maintain contact with primary treatment providers or other service providers to coordinate care, attending case conferences as needed.

·         Involve family members in service planning, as indicated.

·         Escort and advocate for residents (court, school, hospital, benefits offices).

·         Provide crisis management and intervention.

·         Develop, supervise and participate in resident advisory groups and program activities.

·         Conduct aftercare for discharged residents.

·         Extensive travel in the community.

·         Provide case coverage, as needed.

 

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Case Associate 6152/51080-01 Coney Island PROS
Location: Brooklyn
Category: Social Work/Case Work
Union Status: Union
Hours: 35

Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree, with some experience in a community or social service group, or a High School diploma and least five years experience as a Case Assistant in a community or social service group, etc.


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OVERVIEW: The Case Associate works directly with the client population of a specific program implementing the treatment plan as determined by the department's clinical staff.


RESPONSIBILITIES, under direct supervision, include but not limited to:

·         Routine community contacts on behalf of social worker, e.g. school reports, medical reports.

·         Locate and ensure appropriate community resources for clients.

·         Evaluate actual living conditions of clients through home visits

·          May interpret agency function to client, and demonstrate this in terms of concrete help.

·         Conduct home visits in which the bio-psycho-social needs of the client is assessed, and in which help for clients obtaining needed services is offered.  Help clients to maintain medical, financial, and social resources are examples of such services.

·         Provide clinically focused case management to clients.  Identify and provide access to specific appropriate concrete services, when necessary or requested, and are in the best interest of the client.

·         Perform community outreach and establish linkages with other groups, individuals, or organizations, which are in need of our services.

·         Provide structure to the client, evaluate and assess usage of independent living skills, and provide guidance in these areas to the client.

·         May run groups, under the supervision of the social worker.

·          May participate in intake, assessment, discharge, and follow-up treatment conferences.

·         Other duties as assigned.

 


 

 


 

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Case Associate 6103/51080-01-390 Bronx REAL PROS
Location: Bronx
Category: Social Work/Case Work
Union Status: union
Hours: 35

Qualifications:

BA or BSW Degree, with some experience in a community or social service group. Experience working with adults who are mentally ill strongly preferred. Good writing skills. Computer proficiency and ability to type 25 words per minute (minimum).



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OVERVIEW:        The Case Associate works directly with the consumer population of a specific program implementing the treatment plan as determined by the department's clinical staff.

 

 

RESPONSIBILITIES, under direct supervision, include but not limited to:

  • Implementing the service plans articulated in client’s treatment plans.
  • Recording progress notes for the record and for groups.
  • Making appropriate referrals to other agencies as part of discharge plans.
  • Planning and facilitating wellness, skills-building and rehabilitation readiness groups, under the supervision of the social worker.
  • Participate in program activities aimed at helping individuals reach their goals.
  • Provide information, advocacy, emotional support and outreach/ engagement services to clients.
  • Perform clinically focused case management activities, including linkage and referrals, coordinating of plans between various service providers, and involving family in treatment.
  • Provide structure to the client, evaluate and assess usage of independent living skills, and provide guidance in these areas to the client.
  • Participate in staff meetings and trainings.
  • Prepare material for and participation in treatment conferences. May participate in intake, assessment, discharge and follow-up treatment conferences.
  • Communicate in a timely, responsible way with other members of the treatment team for purposes of appropriate client care.
  • Other duties as assigned.
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Case Associate/Housing and Entitlements Specialist 1641/51080-02 Transition Center
Location: Queens
Category: Social Work/Case Work
Union Status: Union
Hours: 35

Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree, with some experience in a community or social service group, or at least five years experience as a Case Assistant in a community or social service group, etc.

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OVERVIEW: The Case Associate works directly with the client population of a specific program implementing the treatment plan as determined by the department's clinical staff.


RESPONSIBILITIES, under direct supervision, include but not limited to:

·         Routine community contacts on behalf of social worker, e.g. school reports, medical reports.

·         Locate and ensure appropriate community resources for clients.

·          Evaluate actual living conditions of clients through home visits.

·         May interpret agency function to client, and demonstrate this in terms of concrete help.

·         Conduct home visits in which the bio-psycho-social needs of the client is assessed, and in which help for clients obtaining needed services is offered.  Help clients to maintain medical, financial, and social resources are examples of such services.

·          Provide clinically focused case management to clients.  Identify and provide access to specific appropriate concrete services, when necessary or requested, and are in the best interest of the client.

·         Perform community outreach and establish linkages with other groups, individuals, or organizations, which are in need of our services.

·         Provide structure to the client, evaluate and assess usage of independent living skills, and provide guidance in these areas to the client.

·          May run groups, under the supervision of the social worker.

·         May participate in intake, assessment, discharge, and follow-up treatment conferences.

·         Other duties as assigned.



 

 

 

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Child/Adult Nurse Practitioner 4071/540080-01 Staten Island MBCS
Location: Staten Island
Category: Psychology/Psychiatry
Union Status: non-union
Hours: 36

Qualifications: A Nurse Practitioner degree with specialized training or experience in Psychiatry.  A current license to practice as a nurse practitioner in the State of New York.  A current DEA registration for the prescribing of controlled substances. Training and/or experience with specific populations or settings is desirable, and may also be required for some positions.

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OVERVIEW:  The nurse practitioner in psychiatry (NPP or psychiatric nurse practitioner) is responsible for

providing psychiatric services and care to the agency’s clients, including clinical diagnosis, prognosis, medication management, and discharge planning.  The NPP functions as an integral part of the interdisciplinary team environment approach of the Agency.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:

 

·        Interview clients and produce a Psychiatric report.

 

·        Provide clinical diagnosis.

 

·        Recommend treatment options.

 

·        Review patient’s progress.

 

·        Attend and provide feedback in case conferences.

 

·        Prescribe psychotropic medication as appropriate for client care.

 

·        Counsel other appropriate staff, i.e., caseworkers, milieu staff, psychologists, nurses relative to individual, group and family therapy.

 

·        Carry a caseload.

 

·        Recommend discharge and aftercare planning.

 

·        Sign and abide by the provisions of at least one Collaborative Practice Agreement with a psychiatrist employed by JBFCS.

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Child/Adult Psychiatrist 4071/540040-81 Staten Island MBCS
Location: Staten Island
Category: Psychology/Psychiatry
Union Status: non-union
Hours: 12

Qualifications:

A Medical degree with a license to practice psychiatry in the State of New York is required. 

Candidate must have completed a residency and fellowship in General Psychiatry.

Board Certification and/or specialization with specific populations or settings may also be required

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OVERVIEW:

The psychiatrist is responsible for providing psychiatric services and care to the agency’s clients, including making clinical diagnosis, prognosis, medication management, and discharge planning.  The psychiatrist functions as an integral part of the interdisciplinary team environment approach of the Agency.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

·        Provides clinical diagnosis.

 

·        Recommends treatment options.

 

·        Periodically reviews patient’s progress.

 

·        Attends and provides feedback to case conferences.

 

·        Responsible for prescribing psychotropic medication as appropriate for client care.

 

·        Counsels other appropriate staff, i.e., caseworkers, milieu staff, psychologists, nurses relative to individual, group and family therapy.

 

·        May carry a caseload.

 

·        Reviews client progress, recommends discharge and aftercare planning.

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Coordinator 1557/54090-01-505 Graduate Program
Location: Brooklyn
Category: Social Work/Case Work
Union Status: Union
Hours: 35

Qualifications:

High School Diploma, a minimum of 5 years prior supervisory experience, and a minimum of 5 years experience working with adults who are mentally ill. Or Bachelor’s Degree, a minimum of 2 years prior supervisory experience, and a minimum of 2 years experience working with adults with mental illness. 



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OVERVIEW: The Coordinator has clinical and administrative responsibility, under the supervision and direction of the program director, within an Adults with Mental Illness (AMI) Apartment Program.  The Coordinator is responsible for ensuring the provision of services for residents, oversight of administrative processes, and supervision of apartment program staff.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:

·         Provide weekly individual supervision of all assigned program staff.

·         Responsible for the provision of day-to-day services to program residents.

·         Provide direct service and/or coverage to residents consistent with restorative services and service plan goals.

·          Plan and participate in program activities.

·         Facilitate staff briefings, team meetings and case conferences.

·         Facilitate Consumer/Occupant Meetings.

·         Review and co-sign all assessments, individualized service plans and progress notes.

·         Complete required documentation and assist supervisees in completing documentation consistent with Medicaid, OMH and JBFCS requirements and guidelines.

·         Facilitate intakes and discharges.

·         Develop and maintain linkages with community service providers.

·         Conduct Utilization Reviews.

·         Participate in interviewing and hiring program staff.

·         Address staff performance issues in accordance with JBFCS Policy & Procedure.

·         Conduct staff training & development, as required, and conduct performance appraisals.

·         Schedule and monitor staff attendance and staff scheduling to ensure proper coverage.

·         Conduct regular apartment visits and walkthroughs.

·         Maintain relationships with landlords, handle leases, resolve apartment-related and facility issues.

·         Conduct Quality Assurance / documented chart review and audit.

·         Coordinate and oversee admission and discharge processes in accordance with all relevant regulations.

·         Prepare and submit monthly reporting and billing.

·         Submit monthly internal JBFCS reports.

·         Monitor program for continued improvement.

·         Provide and supervise crisis intervention services.

·         Ensure Crisis Intervention Event Reporting and follow up.

·         Provide on call administrative and crisis evening and weekend duties.

·         Other duties as assigned.

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Coordinator 1559/54090-01-505 MRT
Location: Brooklyn
Category: Social Work/Case Work
Union Status: Union
Hours: 35

Qualifications:

High School Diploma, a minimum of 5 years prior supervisory experience, and a minimum of 5 years experience working with adults who are mentally ill. Or Bachelor’s Degree, a minimum of 2 years prior supervisory experience, and a minimum of 2 years experience working with adults with mental illness. 



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OVERVIEW: The Coordinator has clinical and administrative responsibility, under the supervision and direction of the program director, within an Adults with Mental Illness (AMI) Apartment Program.  The Coordinator is responsible for ensuring the provision of services for residents, oversight of administrative processes, and supervision of apartment program staff.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:

·         Provide weekly individual supervision of all assigned program staff.

·         Responsible for the provision of day-to-day services to program residents.

·         Provide direct service and/or coverage to residents consistent with restorative services and service plan goals.

·          Plan and participate in program activities.

·         Facilitate staff briefings, team meetings and case conferences.

·         Facilitate Consumer/Occupant Meetings.

·         Review and co-sign all assessments, individualized service plans and progress notes.

·         Complete required documentation and assist supervisees in completing documentation consistent with Medicaid, OMH and JBFCS requirements and guidelines.

·         Facilitate intakes and discharges.

·         Develop and maintain linkages with community service providers.

·         Conduct Utilization Reviews.

·         Participate in interviewing and hiring program staff.

·         Address staff performance issues in accordance with JBFCS Policy & Procedure.

·         Conduct staff training & development, as required, and conduct performance appraisals.

·         Schedule and monitor staff attendance and staff scheduling to ensure proper coverage.

·         Conduct regular apartment visits and walkthroughs.

·         Maintain relationships with landlords, handle leases, resolve apartment-related and facility issues.

·         Conduct Quality Assurance / documented chart review and audit.

·         Coordinate and oversee admission and discharge processes in accordance with all relevant regulations.

·         Prepare and submit monthly reporting and billing.

·         Submit monthly internal JBFCS reports.

·         Monitor program for continued improvement.

·         Provide and supervise crisis intervention services.

·         Ensure Crisis Intervention Event Reporting and follow up.

·         Provide on call administrative and crisis evening and weekend duties.

·         Other duties as assigned.

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Evening Team Leader 2240/51030-02 Kaplan House
Location: Manhattan
Category: Director Department, Social Work/Case Work, Therapist
Union Status: non-union
Hours: 40

Qualifications:

Masters Degree preferred with a minimum of 3 years work experience in a residential setting..  Available to work 4pm- midnight.



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OVERVIEW: The Team leader is the functional supervisor of the program and is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the facility. 

RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:

·        Provide supervision of all milieu staff within their living unit and ensure appropriate program coverage.

·        Facilitate weekly treatment team meetings, meetings with living unit staff, and individual supervision.

·        Coordinate and oversee all independent living skills for the clients.

·        Function as the primary liaison for the program between the client and the school system, clients’ teacher and principal.

·        Oversee day-to-day implementation of the clients’ treatment plan.

·        Act as integral part of the interviewing process and has strong input into final hiring recommendations.

·        Work in collaboration with the Milieu Director and HR for disciplinary actions of staff.

·         Meet regularly with the clinical and nursing staff, advising them of any change in client's behavior or specific needs that the client may be exhibiting.

·        Participate in the intake for new referrals.

·        Provide direct milieu care on an as-needed basis.

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Executive Assistant 8832/54050-80-605 Medical & Clinical
Location: Manhattan
Category: Administrative/Office Support
Union Status: Union
Hours: 35

Qualifications:

Bachelors Degree, two - five of direct executive support is required at the senior management level, strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills. Applicant must be proficient in use of computer systems, including advance excel. Position requires proven experience communicating effectively with all levels within and outside the organization. Must have strong attention to detail and follow-through. Must have excellent customer services skills including professional phone etiquette. Follow-through: must be able to follow up on and keep track of multiple assignments. Be proactive, take initiative, can advance projects. Work independently once given direction and able to manage time efficiently and adhere to deadlines.



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OVERVIEW: Provide administrative support to the Executive Program Director, Adult & Family Residential Services and the Chief of Clinical & Medical Services.   Primary responsibilities include providing administrative support and information management for the divisions of these two executive leaders.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:

       Responsible for the oversight of correspondences, scheduling, and calendaring activities.

       Developing, preparing and managing databases via Excel, Access and/or other systems.

       Maintaining meetings for each division and acting as an interface between the executive directors, agency programs and external partners.

       Support for health services within the agency such as: ordering prescriptions,    managing documents around medical and laboratory licenses and  tracking licensure and other certifications.

       Generating and maintaining reports from the Electronic Health Record(s).

       Transcribing reports, forms and correspondence, including the use of technical and medical terminology, from longhand or dictation.

       Manage a variety of special projects as well as track and report progress.

       Preparing materials for meetings.

       Distributing announcements, booking conference rooms and event planning for events.

       Managing and monitoring incoming correspondence, telephone call screening and mail sorting prioritizing would be performed by this position.

       Creating business correspondences and memos.

       Taking minutes for various meetings.

       Organize files and documentation.

       Other duties as assigned.

 

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Fee Clerk 4001/54170-01 Beatman Clinic
Location: Bronx
Category: Administrative/Office Support
Union Status: union
Hours: 35

Qualifications:

Minimum educational level of a High School Diploma.  2+ closely related years of  experience working in a medical billing environment required.  Exposure to computerized medical billing systems strongly preferred, experience with spreadsheet programs (Lotus, Excel) required.



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OVERVIEW:         Fee Clerk is responsible for processing all Medicare and Medicaid billing, reception sheets, personal fees and closed cases, generating reports and analyses. Distribute reports and forms as appropriate.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

  • Maintain Medicare billing and control system.  Process remittance checks and accounts receivable reports.

 

  • Disburse reports. Prepare analyses as needed.

 

  • Process monthly Medicare reports prior to claim submission.  Print claims, input clinician pin numbers and mail claims to Medicare.

 

  • Process daily reception sheets. Generate, and mail monthly statements to clients.  Arrange payment schedule for clients with balances over $100.

 

  • Set personal fees for clients without insurance coverage with Director’s approval.

 

  • Maintain closed case follow-up system including second letters, collection agency correspondence, and issuing receipts.

 

  • Generate and distribute monthly statistical reports.

 

  • Assist in Utilization Review.

 

  • Relieve Receptionist when needed.

 

  • Assist Director and Office Manager with Administrative projects as needed.

 

  • Other duties as assigned
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Fee For Service Social Worker 4863/51040-99 Break Free Clinic
Location: Brooklyn
Category: Social Work/Case Work
Union Status: Union
Hours: 5

Qualifications:

Master's degree in Social Work and either a License Masters in Social Work (LMSW) certification, License Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). Familiarity and knowledge of Orthodox Jewish population a must. Prior experience with teenagers a plus but not required. Prior experience with substance abuse a plus but not required.



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OVERVIEW:  The Social Worker is responsible for supplying necessary clinical intervention within the realm of the program.  Provide cultural competent and sensitive services.  As part of a therapeutic team within the Agency, work closely with the divisions' medical, psychiatric and psychology staff, to ensure the appropriate treatment interventions for the client.  

 

RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:

·         Work in a licensed out-patient mental health clinic that specializes in mental health and substance abuse providing individual, family and group treatment to teenagers and their families.

·         Provide individual, family and group therapy to teens and their families at our base clinic and possibly off site at one of our satellites.

·         Complete intakes, treatment plan reviews, and discharge summaries for clients on caseload.

 

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Fee For Service Social Worker 4055/51040-99 Mid Brooklyn Clinic
Location: Brooklyn
Category: Social Work/Case Work
Union Status: Union
Hours: 35

Qualifications:

Masters degree in Social Work, (MSW), with a minimum of one year of relevant experience with similar population. LMSW or LCSW certification required.



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OVERVIEW:  Work Fee for Service in a licensed out-patient mental health clinic specializing in adolescence, family, substance abuse and trauma work.  Ability to earn hours towards your LCSW with weekly supervision by an LCSW.

RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:

·         Provide individual, family and group therapy to teens and their families at the clinic.

·         Provide intake assessments.

·         Complete intakes, treatment plan reviews, and discharge summaries for clients on caseload.

·         Liaise between Department and consumer's family members, and relevant community members.  Provide family limited counseling.

·         As Team Leader, lead quarterly case conference, and prepare minutes.  Prepare integrative treatment plan, based on all assessments from the other professionals and Direct Care Workers.

·         Lead weekly team meetings.  Keep minutes of team meetings and ensure follow-up as necessary from meetings.

·         Conduct meetings to ensure proper treatment, progress in program and coordination of goals.

·         Attend annual case conference at day program or school.

·         Work with intake coordinator on intake process for new consumers.

·         Complete paperwork in a timely manner.

·         Other duties as assigned.

 

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Fee For Service Social Worker 4858 4858/51040-99 Break Free
Location: Brooklyn
Category: Social Work/Case Work
Union Status: Union
Hours: 5

Qualifications:

Master's degree in Social Work and either a License Master's in Social Work (LMSW) certification, License Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). Prior experience with teenagers and with substance abuse a plus but not required. Bilingual preferred. 



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OVERVIEW:  Work Fee for Service in a licensed out-patient mental health clinic specializing in adolescence, family, substance abuse and trauma work.  Ability to earn hours towards your LCSW with weekly supervision by an LCSW.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:

·         Provide individual, family and group therapy to teens and their families at the clinic.

·         Provide intake assessments.

·         Complete intakes, treatment plan reviews, and discharge summaries for clients on caseload.

·         Liaise between Department and consumer's family members, and relevant community members.  Provide family limited counseling.

·         As Team Leader, lead quarterly case conference, and prepare minutes.  Prepare integrative treatment plan, based on all assessments from the other professionals and Direct Care Workers.

·         Lead weekly team meetings.  Keep minutes of team meetings and ensure follow-up as necessary from meetings.

·         Conduct meetings to ensure proper treatment, progress in program and coordination of goals.

·         Attend annual case conference at day program or school.

·         Work with intake coordinator on intake process for new consumers.

·         Complete paperwork in a timely manner.

·         Other duties as assigned.

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FFS Social Worker 4071/51040-99 Staten Island MBCS
Location: Staten Island
Category: Social Work/Case Work
Union Status: Non-Union
Hours: 15

Qualifications:

 

Candidate must possess a License Masters in Social Work (LMSW) certification, License Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) preferred.  Bilingual, Spanish and English a plus.  Evening hours available.  

 



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The MBCS Staten Island Clinic has a Fee for Service Clinical Social Worker/ Therapist positions available for immediate hire. The Social Worker is responsible for supplying necessary clinical intervention within the realm of the program. 

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FFS Social Worker 000 Pelham MBCS
Location: Bronx
Category: Social Work/Case Work
Union Status: Non-Union
Hours: 7

Qualifications:

Master's degree in Social Work and either an LMSW or LCSW, Spanish speaking preferred.



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Seeking License Master's Social Worker (LMSW) or Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) Fee for Service Social workers, candidates must have at least one year of clinical experience. Spanish speaking preferred, work a minimum of 14 hours a week including evenings.

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Functional Family Therapist (FFT) 5501/51040-06-332 Coop-City/Pelham
Location: Bronx
Category: Social Work/Case Work
Union Status: Union
Hours: 35

Qualifications:

Master’s degree in  Social Work. LMSW required. Bilingual preferred.  Able to work a flexible schedule, comfortable with group supervision and commitment to work on professional development goals to improve adherence.



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RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:

·         Conduct Functional Family Therapy (FFT) assessment including review of referral information, identify and engage key participants, interview family to complete a functional analysis, identify strengths and weaknesses and developing an analysis of the fit problems within the ecological context.

·         Implement a problem conceptualization, treatment planning, intervention implementation, and outcome review and strategy revision using the FFT model.

·          Teach caregiver how to conduct random urine drug screens and breath scan to detect alcohol and drug use.

·         Collaborate with all relevant systems and key participants within each system to ensure their buy-in and cooperation throughout FFT Treatment.

·         Participate in FFT training, supervision and consultation activities.

·         Stabilize the youth and family by providing clinical services to improve the overall functioning of the family; increasing the family or discharger resource’s ability to supervise the youth returning from Non- Secure Placement (NSP); addressing child safety and risk concerns within the home; assisting the youth in avoiding interaction with the juvenile justice and/or criminal justice system; and addressing all concrete needs of the family, such as housing, government benefits, and mental health needs.

 

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HR Generalist 9822/60605/70 Human Resources
Location: Manhattan
Category: Human Resources
Union Status: Non-Union
Hours: 35

Qualifications:

A Baccalaureate Degree in a relevant field from an accredited college or university or a PHR certification is preferred. Must have demonstrated interpersonal skills, working with people at all organizational levels.  Taleo experience preferred.



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OVERVIEW: We are looking for a bright, enthusiastic, and articulate individual who is serious about her/his work, but can still keep a sense of humor. The primary function is to provide day-to-day support to all levels of employees, management and assist with projects, and processes across a full range of HR functions. The ideal candidate will possess at least 3-5 years of solid progressive, hands-on HR experience, particularly in recruiting and benefits administration, with excellent interpersonal skills. Must be able to multi-task and maintain the confidentiality of sensitive information, as well as to communicate effectively and diplomatically. 

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Lead Handyman 2281/55000-01-102 Hawthorne Cedar Knolls
Location: Westchester
Category: Housekeeping/Maintenance
Union Status: Union
Hours: 15

Qualifications:

REQUIREMENTS:  Experience in building maintenance and grounds-keeping.  Direct experience in plumbing, carpentry, and electrical work helpful.  Knowledge of Joint Commission on Accrediation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) and Office of Mental Health (OMH) requirements desired.



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OVERVIEW: The Lead Handyman is a hands-on working supervisor responsible for the day to day maintenance of the grounds and building, including client residences, offices, common areas, and all portions of the physical plant.  Oversee all labor necessary to ensure continued maintenance of the site and make or oversee any necessary repairs.  Provide on-call coverage on a rotation basis to provide 24 hour coverage.
  
RESPONSIBILITES include but not limited to:

·         Inspect physical plant on a regular basis to ensure operational efficiency, cleanliness and grounds maintenance.

·         Perform or direct to be performed; simple repairs to site which may include light plumbing, carpentry or electrical repairs.

·         Interface directly with approved contractors to ensure appropriate and timely completion of contracted jobs.

·         Provide guidance to all maintenance staff members for the facility.

·         Ensure compliance with all Office of Mental Health (OMH) and Joint Commission on accrediation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) regulations regarding physical plant.

·         Other duties as assigned.


     

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Maintenance Worker 1559/55000-01-102 MRT
Location: Brooklyn
Category: Housekeeping/Maintenance
Union Status: Union
Hours: 17

Qualifications:

Minimum educational level of a High School Diploma.
Minimum three years prior experience in building maintenance.
Strong practical knowledge of trades.
Valid NYS Drivers License.



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OVERVIEW:   Maintain, repair, and inspect the program’s physical site and residential apartments to ensure safety, regulatory compliance, cleanliness and a comfortable and functional living space.  Works closely with program staff, facilities department staff, and residents. 

RESPONSIBILITIES include but are not limited to:

·         Ensures that facility is clean and secure.

·          Performs simple repair jobs re: plumbing, electrical, carpentry, etc.

·         Inspects all work performed by external vendors and landlord’s building superintendents to ensure quality of work and compliance with specifications; facilitates access to sites.

·          Assists in moving and/or relocating clients into apartments.

·         Completes and documents work orders; ensures follow up and completion of tasks.

·         Ensures that equipment (lights, HVAC, etc) are maintained and properly working.

·         Ensures that all necessary fire regulations are adhered to, and that fire extinguishers are in working order, exits are kept clear, etc.

·         Performs any necessary grounds keeping functions.

·          Ensures that security measures are in place and adhered to pertaining to worker/client safety.

·         May assist in opening and closing the program site.

·         Completes and documents regular apartment and facility walk-through.

·         Provides coverage at various assigned locations.

·         Ensures agency vehicles are maintained, inspected and New York State (NYS) registered.

·         Becomes familiar with all JBFCS and regulatory requirement pertaining to facility maintenance (Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), COA, etc) and ensures that requirements and standards are implemented.

·          Performs other duties and special projects as assigned

 

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Milieu Counselor 1181/52030-30-201 Goldsmith
Location: Westchester
Category: Direct Care/Milieu Counselor
Union Status: Union
Hours: 40

Qualifications:

High School diploma is required
Some work experience with a similar population in a residential setting
A Driver’s License is required
Must meet all insurance requirements



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OVERVIEW: The Milieu Counselor works with children or adolescents in a residential treatment setting and is responsible for ensuring that those portions of the treatment plan which deal with day to day and independent living skills are implemented.  Acting as a positive role model and providing therapeutic parenting, the Milieu Counselor is charged with the fundamental responsibility of the client’s health and safety.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:

 

·         Responsible for day to day care of the children in the program including helping consumers to maintain their personal hygiene, social guidance, use of leisure time, and food planning and preparation.

·         Develop, supervise and run activity sessions

·         Accompany clients on trips and outings and supervise activities

·         May be called upon to work one on one with a client who is displaying significant stress or assist with management issues as they relate to clients.

·         If required, perform therapeutic hold should a child be out of control.  All employees are required to attend appropriate training prior to performing such a therapeutic hold.

·         Drive the child to medical, social or other necessary appointments or assist in returning clients to the campus who are Absent without Leave (AWOL).

·         Shares their experience and observation of the children under care with the treatment team and immediately brings to the attention of the supervisor any unusual issues.

·         May be required to cook/prepare meals for residents within their cottage or division.

·         Other duties as assigned.


 

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Milieu Counselor 1301/52030-07-201 Ittleson
Location: Bronx
Category: Direct Care/Milieu Counselor
Union Status: Union
Hours: 40

Qualifications:

REQUIREMENTS: High School diploma is required.Some work experience with a similar population in a residential setting. A Driver’s License is required.



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OVERVIEW: The Milieu Counselor works with children or adolescents in a residential treatment setting and is responsible for ensuring that those portions of the treatment plan which deal with day to day and independent living skills are implemented.  Acting as a positive role model and providing therapeutic parenting, the Milieu Counselor is charged with the fundamental responsibility of the client’s health and safety.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

·         Responsible for day��'to��'day care of the children in the program including helping consumers to maintain their personal hygiene, social guidance, use of leisure time, and food planning and preparation.

·         Develop, supervise and run activity sessions.

·         Accompany clients on trips and outings and supervise activities.

·         May be called upon to work one on one with a client who is displaying significant stress or assist with management issues as they relate to clients.

·         If required, perform therapeutic hold should a child be out of control.  All employees are required to attend appropriate training prior to performing such a therapeutic hold.

·         Drive the child to medical, social or other necessary appointments or assist in returning clients to the campus who are absent without leave (AWOL).

·         Shares their experience and observation of the children under care with the treatment team and immediately brings to the attention of the supervisor any unusual issues.

·         May be required to cook/prepare meals for residents within their cottage or division.

·         Other duties as assigned.

 

 

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Milieu Counselor 2281/52030-51 Hawthorne Cedar Knolls
Location: Westchester
Category: Direct Care/Milieu Counselor, Social Work/Case Work
Union Status: union
Hours: 40

Qualifications:

REQUIREMENTS: High School diploma is required. Some work experience with a similar population in a residential setting. A Driver’s License is required.



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OVERVIEW: The Milieu Counselor works with children or adolescents in a residential treatment setting and is responsible for ensuring that those portions of the treatment plan which deal with day to day and independent living skills are implemented.  Acting as a positive role model and providing therapeutic parenting, the Milieu Counselor is charged with the fundamental responsibility of the client’s health and safety.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:

 

·         Responsible for day to day care of the children in the program including helping consumers to maintain their personal hygiene, social guidance, use of leisure time, and food planning and preparation.

·         Develop, supervise and run activity sessions

·         Accompany clients on trips and outings and supervise activities

·         May be called upon to work one on one with a client who is displaying significant stress or assist with management issues as they relate to clients.

·         If required, perform therapeutic hold should a child be out of control.  All employees are required to attend appropriate training prior to performing such a therapeutic hold.

·         Drive the child to medical, social or other necessary appointments or assist in returning clients to the campus who are Absent without Leave (AWOL).

·         Shares their experience and observation of the children under care with the treatment team and immediately brings to the attention of the supervisor any unusual issues.

·         May be required to cook/prepare meals for residents within their cottage or division.

·         Other duties as assigned.

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Milieu Counselor 1182/52030-49-201 Goldsmith
Location: Westchester
Category: Direct Care/Milieu Counselor
Union Status: Union
Hours: 40

Qualifications:

High School diploma is required
Some work experience with a similar population in a residential setting
A Driver’s License is required
Must meet all insurance requirements



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OVERVIEW: The Milieu Counselor works with children or adolescents in a residential treatment setting and is responsible for ensuring that those portions of the treatment plan which deal with day to day and independent living skills are implemented.  Acting as a positive role model and providing therapeutic parenting, the Milieu Counselor is charged with the fundamental responsibility of the client’s health and safety.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:

 

·         Responsible for day to day care of the children in the program including helping consumers to maintain their personal hygiene, social guidance, use of leisure time, and food planning and preparation.

·         Develop, supervise and run activity sessions

·         Accompany clients on trips and outings and supervise activities

·         May be called upon to work one on one with a client who is displaying significant stress or assist with management issues as they relate to clients.

·         If required, perform therapeutic hold should a child be out of control.  All employees are required to attend appropriate training prior to performing such a therapeutic hold.

·         Drive the child to medical, social or other necessary appointments or assist in returning clients to the campus who are Absent without Leave (AWOL).

·         Shares their experience and observation of the children under care with the treatment team and immediately brings to the attention of the supervisor any unusual issues.

·         May be required to cook/prepare meals for residents within their cottage or division.

·         Other duties as assigned.


 

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Milieu Counselor 1954/52030-70-201 Mishkon
Location: Brooklyn
Category: Director Department
Union Status: union
Hours: 40

Qualifications:

High School diploma is required. Some work experience with a similar population in a residential setting. A Driver’s License is required to meet all insurance requirements



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OVERVIEW: The Milieu Counselor works with children or adolescents in a residential treatment setting and is responsible for ensuring that those portions of the treatment plan which deal with day to day and independent living skills are implemented.  Acting as a positive role model and providing therapeutic parenting, the Milieu Counselor is charged with the fundamental responsibility of the client’s health and safety.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:

·        Responsible for day to day care of the children in the program including helping consumers to maintain their personal hygiene, social guidance, use of leisure time, and food planning and preparation.

·        Develop, supervise and run activity sessions.

·        Accompany clients on trips and outings and supervise activities.

·        May be called upon to work one on one with a client who is displaying significant stress or assist with management issues as they relate to clients.

·        If required, perform therapeutic hold should a child be out of control.  All employees are required to attend appropriate training prior to performing such a therapeutic hold.

·        Drive the child to medical, social or other necessary appointments or assist in returning clients to the campus who are Absent without Leave (AWOL).

·        Shares their experience and observation of the children under care with the treatment team and immediately brings to the attention of the supervisor any unusual issues.

·        May be required to cook/prepare meals for residents within their cottage or division.

·        Other duties as assigned.

 

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Milieu Counselor 1981/52030-03-201 Mt. Vernon ICF
Location: Westchester
Category: Direct Care/Milieu Counselor
Union Status: union
Hours: 40

Qualifications:

High School diploma is required. Some work experience with a similar population in a residential setting. A Driver’s License is required to meet all insurance requirements



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OVERVIEW: The Milieu Counselor works with children or adolescents in a residential treatment setting and is responsible for ensuring that those portions of the treatment plan which deal with day to day and independent living skills are implemented.  Acting as a positive role model and providing therapeutic parenting, the Milieu Counselor is charged with the fundamental responsibility of the client’s health and safety.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:

·        Responsible for day to day care of the children in the program including helping consumers to maintain their personal hygiene, social guidance, use of leisure time, and food planning and preparation.

·        Develop, supervise and run activity sessions.

·        Accompany clients on trips and outings and supervise activities.

·        May be called upon to work one on one with a client who is displaying significant stress or assist with management issues as they relate to clients.

·        If required, perform therapeutic hold should a child be out of control.  All employees are required to attend appropriate training prior to performing such a therapeutic hold.

·        Drive the child to medical, social or other necessary appointments or assist in returning clients to the campus who are Absent without Leave (AWOL).

·        Shares their experience and observation of the children under care with the treatment team and immediately brings to the attention of the supervisor any unusual issues.

·        May be required to cook/prepare meals for residents within their cottage or division.

·        Other duties as assigned.

 

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Milieu Supervisor 2281/52010-02 Hawthorne Cedar Knolls
Location: Westchester
Category: Direct Care/Milieu Counselor
Union Status: Union
Hours: 40

Qualifications:

REQUIREMENTS: BA in related discipline required along with a minimum of three years of experience in residential treatment.



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OVERVIEW: The Milieu Supervisor is responsible for the supervision and guidance of all milieu staff, ensuring that proper coverage is maintained and that appropriate training is provided. As an integral part of the clinical team, the Supervisor will ensure that all necessary therapeutic interventions determined by the clinical team are carried out.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:

·         Directly supervise and provide supervision for all Milieu Workers.

·          Ensure appropriate coverage for all shifts.

·         Working closely with the clinical supervisor, ensure that Milieu staff implement clinical recommendations into the day-to-day residents' care.

·          Oversee routines of daily life (meals, bedtime, wake-up, laundry, etc.).  Coordinate Milieu Staff and Maintenance/Kitchen staff to ensure that these practices are smoothly integrated into the residential environment.

·         May have supervision of the Recreation Supervisor, and integrate the recreational program with individual treatment goals for each resident.  Ensure that planned recreational activities are appropriately scheduled.  Such activities must be consistent with childcare skills and safety considerations for residents.

·         S/he may establish policies for group living, as necessary.

·         Attend Administrative Meetings and Program Improvement Council Meetings.

·         May be regularly scheduled for weekend Administrative Responsibility.

·         Other duties as assigned.

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MST Therapist 5512/51040-04-332 MST CAN
Location: Bronx
Category: Therapist
Union Status: Union
Hours: 35

Qualifications:

 

EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS:   Master’s degree in Psychology, Social Work, Counseling or a related subject area.  Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) required, LCSW preferred.

 

OTHER REQUIREMENTS:  Driver’s license; bilingual/bicultural; agreement to work a flexible schedule, comfortable with group supervision and commitment to work on professional development goals to improve adherence.

 

PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE: Family systems theory and application, social ecological theory and application, behavioral therapies theory and knowledge, cognitive-behavioral theory therapy and application, pragmatic family therapies theory and application; social skills assessment and intervention and child development research and its application in treatment

 

PREFERRED EXPERIENCE: Direct use of pragmatic family therapies, individual therapy with children and adults using cognitive behavioral techniques, marital therapy using behaviorally-based approaches, behavioral therapy targeting school behavior and academic performance



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RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:

  • Conduct Multiple Systemic Therapy (MST) assessment including review of referral information, identify and engage key participants, interview family to complete a functional analysis, identify strengths and weaknesses and developing an analysis of the fit problems within the ecological context.
  • Engage primary caregiver and other key participants in active change-oriented, treatment by identifying and overcoming barriers to engagement.
  • Implement a problem conceptualization, treatment planning, intervention, implementation, and outcome review and strategy revision using the MST process.
  • Teach caregiver how to conduct random urine drug screens and breath scan to detect alcohol and drug use.
  • Collaborate with all relevant systems and key participants within each system to ensure their buy-in and cooperation throughout MST Treatment.
  • Participate in MST training, supervision and consultation activities.
  • Maintain clear and concise documentation in CNNX case record progress notes of treatment efforts, enter data into PROMIS; prepare reports to Probation if required.
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Office Manager 1565/54140-01 Coney Island Supported Housing
Location: Brooklyn
Category: Administrative/Office Support
Union Status: Union
Hours: 70

Qualifications:

Some college education required; BA preferred. Minimum of three years of related work experience, including some supervision. Strong knowledge of PC based office automation products required, especially Word and Excel.



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OVERVIEW: The Office Manager is the Senior Clerical support person for an office who will direct the work of all other clerical staff members and will function as the Secretary for the department’s senior management.  Handle all sensitive or confidential material.

RESPONSIBILITIES: Include but not limited to:

·         Supervise the department’s clerical work-flow.

·         Supervise all clerical staff members and provide training.

·         Perform regular evaluations and recommend promotions or changes of assignments.

·         The Office Manager is an integral part of the hiring process for all clerical staff members.  Recommend candidate selection.

·         Oversee fee processing and ensure that agency's practice is being adhered to.

·         Conduct periodic audits of all data entry performed to ensure accuracy and also to determine that staff understands all procedures associated with such processes.

·         Provide secretarial support to the Division director and other management staff members, especially in confidential matters.

·         Monitor, distribute and replenish the petty cash for the division.

·         Verify accuracy and prepare weekly attendance sheets for the Director’s approval.

·         Submit all status forms/PAFs and pay documents for the division in a timely manner.

·         Become acquainted with appropriate OSHA and other safety regulations and ensure that such requirements are met.

·         Order supplies for the facility.

·         May be called upon to perform any of the tasks normally associated with his/her subordinates.

·         Other duties as assigned.

 

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Office Secretary 5501/54160-01-505 Pelham Family Center
Location: Bronx
Category: Administrative/Office Support
Union Status: Union
Hours: 10

Qualifications:

 

REQUIREMENTS: High School Diploma with relevant courses and/or experience in typing, filing, and record keeping.



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RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:

 

·         Act as secretary for one or more individuals in a clinical setting.

·         May open and distribute mail.

·         Take and transcribe dictation.

·         Handle routine correspondence.

·         Maintain files and records.

·         Routine typing and reception.

·          Relief fee collection.

·         Other duties as assigned

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

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Outcomes Coordinator 9825/54060-01 Information Services
Location: Manhattan
Category: Information/Technology
Union Status: Union
Hours: 70

Qualifications:

Graduate degree in Health Care Administration, Public Administration, or related field; experience in a not-for-profit setting preferred. Strong interpersonal and verbal communication skills, ability to engage staff collaboratively at all levels of the agency. Organized with an ability to work independently to complete projects. Excellent data analysis and presentation skills and proficiency with relevant software (Excel, SPSS, Access, Business Intelligence). Excellent writing and presentation, listening and problem solving skills. Must be a skilled decision-maker and project manager that works proactively in an outcome-focused environment.



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OVERVIEW:   The Outcomes Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the agency’s outcomes measurement practices to develop a culture of data-driven practice and demonstrate the impact of service delivery. The Outcomes Coordinator reports directly to the Director of Evaluation and Review in the Information Services team to manage the integration of data from internal and external sources, design and implement a performance management system using program scorecards, and facilitate the use of analyzed data at all programs throughout the agency.

RESPONSIBILITIES include but are not limited to:

·         Develops and supports processes for the collection and integration of data from  internal clinical, financial and staffing systems with external systems mandated by state and city regulatory oversights agencies.

·          Designs, implements and promulgates a client and program scorecard for performance measurement and management; consults with programs and leadership to create outcome targets and objectives .

·         Analyzes internal and external outcomes data, benchmarking program outcomes against agency, state and national best practices, and facilitates staff understanding of the meaning of outcomes findings for quality improvement.

·         Supports the use of performance and outcomes data by staff at all agency levels through collaborative work with programs, including creating tools to measure outcomes, training staff in data analysis techniques and consulting with programs to develop processes to address needed corrective actions.

·         Functions as the internal expert on agency outcomes, interpreting and presenting outcomes findings for agency leadership, funding bodies and the Board of Directors.

·         Attentive to developments in the external environment, including best practice developments and changes in outcomes deliverables, for interpretation and integration into program practice.

·         Other duties as assigned.

 

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Psychiatrist 2272/50040-01-318 Geller House
Location: Staten Island
Category: Psychology/Psychiatry
Union Status: Non-Union
Hours: 17

Qualifications:

REQUIREMENTS: A Medical degree with a license to practice psychiatry in the State of New York is required.  Candidate must have completed a residency in General Psychiatry and be Board Certified in Child Psychiatry.



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OVERVIEW:  The psychiatrist is responsible for providing psychiatric services and care to the agency’s clients, including making clinical diagnosis, prognosis, medication management, and discharge planning.  The psychiatrist functions as an integral part of the interdisciplinary team environment approach of the Agency.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:

·         Provides clinical diagnosis.

·         Recommends treatment options.

·         Periodically reviews patient’s progress.

·         Attends and provides feedback to case conferences.

·         Responsible for prescribing psychotropic medication as appropriate for client care.

·         Counsels other appropriate staff, i.e., caseworkers, milieu staff, psychologists, nurses relative to individual, group and family therapy.

·         May carry a caseload.

·         Reviews client progress, recommends discharge and aftercare planning.

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RN Case Manager 1954/4000/AB Mishkon
Location: Brooklyn
Category: Nursing
Union Status: Non-Union
Hours: 35

Qualifications:

Active, unrestricted New York State license as a Registered Professional Nurse. Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 3 years clinical experience in a hospital or primary care setting.  Experience with the Intellectually Disabled population preferred.  Managerial experience preferred.



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OVERVIEW: The Registered Nurse Case Manager is a direct link between medical services and the ICF residents and staff as well as with clinical professionals outside the program.  The RN Case Manager is responsible for the complete nursing care and performance of all routine medical procedures within the scope of the nursing practice.  The RN Case Manager is responsible for supervising LPN’s, AMAP and Direct Support Professionals (milieu counselors) in the performance of nursing tasks and activities.  The RN must possess a working knowledge of OPWDD rules and regulations and JBFCS policies and procedures.  The RN must be capable of supervising, understanding and working effectively with diverse populations.

RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:

·        Provide direct nursing care as prescribed by the physician/Nurse Practitioner, in compliance with recognized nursing standards and State and Federal regulations.

·        Uses nursing process to make continuing assessments of the individuals with developmental disabilities total health needs.

·         Maintain direct interaction with consumers on a regular basis, but in no case, at a frequency of less than once per week.

·        Perform nursing assessments, by direct physical examination, of each consumer upon entry into the program quarterly (at a minimum) thereafter.

·        Develop and implement an individualized plan for nursing service.  The nursing care plan must be updated at least annually or whenever there is significant change in the consumer’s condition.

·        Coordinate all acute and ongoing health services, as indicated by need and regulatory mandate.

·        Monitor health and behavioral status, labs and efficacy of prescribed treatments.  Ensure timely communication of findings to appropriate clinical personnel.

·         Ensure that all medical record documentation is accurate, timely and outcome based and reflected in the nursing notes.

·        Provide initial and ongoing, but at a minimum frequency of annually, training to staff  in all nursing tasks, functions, protective and preventive health measures that include but are not limited to: Appropriate health and hygiene methodologies. Control of communicable diseases and infections. Detection of signs and symptoms of illness, first aid for accidents or illness and basic skills required to meet the health needs of the consumers. Client specific medical/health related issues. Seizure management.

·        Ensure that training in the above noted areas is given to all new hires and per diems prior to their assuming client specific work assignments.

·        Provide training and ongoing support to direct care staff regarding medication administration, tube feeding and diabetic care utilizing the standard curriculum approved by OPWDD. 

·        In conjunction with the Director of Nursing, interview and determine candidacy of L.P.N, applicants.

·        Responsible for supervision, discipline and scheduling of L.P.N’s staff hours.

·        Conduct annual clinical performance evaluations for unlicensed direct support staff for procedures that include but are not limited to: medication administration, tube feeding and insulin administration. Evaluations must become part of the employee’s annual performance evaluation.

·        Maintain documentation of all training curriculums, attendance and post training testing.

·         Must have experience and ability in working with electronic health record management, electronic care coordination and electronic health record interface with external service providers.  

·        Active participant in the Interdisciplinary Team (IDT).

·        On call availability.

·        All other duties, as assigned.

 

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RN Case Manager 1954/58090-84-317 Mishkon/Bais/GAN
Location: Brooklyn
Category: Nursing
Union Status: Non-Union
Hours: 40

Qualifications:

Active, unrestricted New York State license as a Registered Professional Nurse. Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 3 years clinical experience in a hospital or primary care setting.  Experience with the Intellectually Disabled population preferred.  Managerial experience preferred



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OVERVIEW: The Registered Nurse Case Manager is a direct link between medical services and the ICF residents and staff as well as with clinical professionals outside the program.  The RN Case Manager is responsible for the complete nursing care and performance of all routine medical procedures within the scope of the nursing practice.  The RN Case Manager is responsible for supervising LPN’s, AMAP and Direct Support Professionals (milieu counselors) in the performance of nursing tasks and activities.  The RN must possess a working knowledge of OPWDD rules and regulations and JBFCS policies and procedures.  The RN must be capable of supervising, understanding and working effectively with diverse populations.

RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:

·        Provide direct nursing care as prescribed by the physician/Nurse Practitioner, in compliance with recognized nursing standards and State and Federal regulations.

·        Uses nursing process to make continuing assessments of the individuals with developmental disabilities total health needs.

·         Maintain direct interaction with consumers on a regular basis, but in no case, at a frequency of less than once per week.

·        Perform nursing assessments, by direct physical examination, of each consumer upon entry into the program quarterly (at a minimum) thereafter.

·        Develop and implement an individualized plan for nursing service.  The nursing care plan must be updated at least annually or whenever there is significant change in the consumer’s condition.

·        Coordinate all acute and ongoing health services, as indicated by need and regulatory mandate.

·        Monitor health and behavioral status, labs and efficacy of prescribed treatments.  Ensure timely communication of findings to appropriate clinical personnel.

·         Ensure that all medical record documentation is accurate, timely and outcome based and reflected in the nursing notes.

·        Provide initial and ongoing, but at a minimum frequency of annually, training to staff  in all nursing tasks, functions, protective and preventive health measures that include but are not limited to: Appropriate health and hygiene methodologies. Control of communicable diseases and infections. Detection of signs and symptoms of illness, first aid for accidents or illness and basic skills required to meet the health needs of the consumers. Client specific medical/health related issues. Seizure management.

·        Ensure that training in the above noted areas is given to all new hires and per diems prior to their assuming client specific work assignments.

·        Provide training and ongoing support to direct care staff regarding medication administration, tube feeding and diabetic care utilizing the standard curriculum approved by OPWDD. 

·        In conjunction with the Director of Nursing, interview and determine candidacy of L.P.N, applicants.

·        Responsible for supervision, discipline and scheduling of L.P.N’s staff hours.

·        Conduct annual clinical performance evaluations for unlicensed direct support staff for procedures that include but are not limited to: medication administration, tube feeding and insulin administration. Evaluations must become part of the employee’s annual performance evaluation.

·        Maintain documentation of all training curriculums, attendance and post training testing.

·         Must have experience and ability in working with electronic health record management, electronic care coordination and electronic health record interface with external service providers.  

·        Active participant in the Interdisciplinary Team (IDT).

·        On call availability.

·        All other duties, as assigned.

 

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SEIT Supervisor 6624/54060/01 CDC/SEIT
Location: Manhattan, New York
Category: Teaching/Learning, Therapist
Union Status: Union
Hours: 28

Qualifications:

A SEIT Supervisor and direct service SEIT must have a New York State License in Early Childhood Special Education.



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OVERVIEW: A SEIT Supervisor supervises Department staff.  A Special Education Itinerant Teacher (SEIT) provides classroom support for preschool children with special needs who are in mainstream preschool settings.  This position will include 60% direct provision of SEIT support and 40% supervision of SEIT staff.

RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:

·         Providing direct individualized special education services in accordance with the student’s IEP.

·         Consulting with the student’s regular education teacher to assist in adjusting and modifying the learning environment and/or modifying instructional methods to meet the individual needs of the student.

·         Coordinating services when both SEIT and related services are provided.

·         Conferencing with the student’s parents and related service providers.

·         Participating in case conferences about the children and in other conferences scheduled by the agency and the Department of Education.

·         Writing quarterly Educational Progress Reports and daily session notes for each students.

·         Supervise SEIT Department staff for monthly SEIT Department Meetings.

·         Support CDC/SEIT teacher’s liaison with parents, preschool sites, related service providers and CPSE personnel. Facilitate effective collaborative work and relationships.

·         Visit each school program to conduct SEIT observations 1-2 times/year.

·          Edit and revise Educational Reports and Individualized Educational Plans (IEPs) as needed.

·          Enter monthly SEIT roster data electronically and manage electronic records of SEIT caseloads.

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Senior Clinical Director 4023/4055/60801-82 Mid Brooklyn Clinic
Location: Brooklyn
Category: Director Department, Social Work/Case Work
Union Status: Union
Hours: 35

Qualifications:

Master’s Degree in related field; professional licensure, if appropriate. Minimum five years supervisory/managerial experience.  Experience working in community treatment and support service programs. Knowledge of Evidence Based Practices. Requires proven skills in administration, verbal and written communication, computer applications, collection and use of data, inter-personal relationships, and staff supervision and training.



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OVERVIEW: The Senior Director provides leadership and oversight for the Brooklyn and Staten Island Mental Health Programs, including clinics, PROS, children’s case management, and other community treatment and support services.  The Senior Director is responsible for clinical, operational, fiscal and administrative oversight of the programs.  S/he provides on-going supervision to program directors. S/he cultivates and maintains relationships with State and regulatory bodies, as well as other payers, such as Managed Care, and with community organizations and partners.  The Senior Director supports and implements new initiatives and projects.  

 

RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to: 

·         Ensures overall clinical, operational and fiscal oversight for assigned programs.

·         Supervises program director(s) that have primary responsibility for programs.

·          Assists programs in utilizing established, effective interventions to achieve defined, meaningful outcomes.

·         Provides leadership and vision to assist programs in achieving goals, continually improving performance and meeting challenges proactively and effectively.

·          Ensures that programmatic systems are in place to meet all client safety and service needs.

·         Ensures that physical facilities/sites meet appropriate safety and aesthetic standards.

·          Ensures appropriate training and supervision is provided to all staff; develops and provides training.

·         Responds to opportunities to expand services; prepares RFPs, PARs, and grant applications.

·         Develops and implements new programs, projects and initiatives.

·          Ensures relationships with partners and community representatives/groups are established, developed and maintained.

·         Ensures compliance with internal and external policies, procedures and regulations.

·         Ensures development and adherence to program budgets and maintains programs’ fiscal viability.

·         Collaborates with directors and other JBFCS programs/departments to solve problems/issues.

·          Utilizes data to inform planning, service delivery and overall management.

·          Participates in agency and external committees and initiatives.

·         Participates in external committees and coalitions.

·         Available and on-call to assist in managing and responding to urgent situations.

·         Works collaboratively with assigned executive administrator.

·         Extensive travel within Brooklyn, Staten Island and Manhattan.

·         Performs other duties, as assigned.

 

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Senior Social Worker 4002/51050-10-324 Pelham MBCS
Location: Bronx
Category: Therapist
Union Status: Union
Hours: 35

Qualifications:

A senior social worker must have completed the basic three-year in-service training sequence or have obtained at least four years of post-MSW experience.  Masters Degree in Social Work (MSW) along with Certification from the NY State Board of Education.  Some specialized experience with specific client population or Specialty (domestic violence, substance abuse, community outreach, etc.)may be required.



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OVERVIEW: A senior social worker is responsible for superior practice and/or the assumption of additional or special responsibilities.  This position is available only through promotion from within the staff.  Perform casework for clients. Evaluate case data.  Perform treatment processes.  Analyze and evaluate course results of treatment processes.

RESPONSIBILITES include but not limited to:

·         Obtain, analyze and evaluate case data.

·         Carry out treatment processes.

·         Analyze and evaluate course and results of treatment processes.

·         Record material and case summaries.

·         Utilize Agency resources as well as community resources to perform related tasks.

PROMOTION REQUIREMENTS:

·         Superior level of competence and contribution in areas of assigned responsibilities

·         Ability to formulate and communicate information and knowledge clearly and concisely, verbally and in writing.

·         Superior competence in administrative tasks (i.e. timely paperwork, statistical reports, etc., levels of service, evidence of good work organization, ability to prioritize.

·         Above average attendance and timeliness in meeting deadlines and timetables.

·         Sound theoretical knowledge, understanding of a variety of treatment approaches and treatment principles and their appropriate application in cases served.

·         Superior practice in community assignments (i.e., school, daycare consultation).

·         Superior competence in program development or implementation.

·         Superior competence in student supervision after one year of such supervision.

·         Evidence of appropriate initiative and self-direction in major areas, including discriminating use of supervision and/or consultation and objective self-evaluation.

·         Strong identification with the Agency’s mission as evidenced by adaptability in meeting the changing needs of the program.

·         Ability to undertake assignments of a diverse nature such as specialized caseloads, student supervision, program development or implementation, teaching and special administrative projects.

 

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Social Work Supervisor 5572/60807-01 Staten Island General Preventive Program
Location: Staten Island
Category: Social Work/Case Work
Union Status: Union
Hours: 35

Qualifications:

REQUIREMENTS: Masters degree in Social Work, (MSW), along with Certification from the NY State Board of Education.  Minimum of five years of related experience, including a minimum of one year of direct clinical supervision, required.  Specialized experience with family therapy, motivational interviewing, specific client population or specialty (domestic violence, substance abuse, community outreach, etc).  Spanish speaking preferred.
 
REPORTS TO: Director



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OVERVIEW: The Social Work/Administrative Supervisor has full responsibility for the on-going clinical and administrative guidance of five clinical staff members, who each carry a caseload of 12 families.  The Social Work/Administrative Supervisor also provides on-going training, supervision, and guidance to the clinical staff.  The Social Work/Administrative Supervisor may be called upon to perform any of the line functions normally performed by a Social Worker and is expected to be fully proficient in those areas.  The Social Work/Administrative Supervisor is also fully familiar with all Preventive Service and Child Welfare Standards and functions as an internal resource on such matters.

JOB DUTIES:

 Include but not limited to:

·         Provides weekly scheduled supervision to all clinical staff members.

·         Reviews and approves service plans and progress notes

·         Facilitates Family Team Conferences

·         Evaluates clinical staff

·         May do the intake for new referrals, and reviews client’s ongoing service plan

·         Individualizes and understands the needs of the family and its support network in relation to each other.

·         Ensures appropriate supervision of all program Interns, either through direct supervision or by overseeing the clinical supervision provided by the social worker.

·         May facilitate specialized groups

·         Is a key staff resource for community outreach efforts and may perform such outreach and establish linkages with other groups, individuals or organizations which may be helpful to our clients.

·         Provides all supervisory case review notes, monthly supervisory log, progress notes, Risk Assessments and other paperwork as required.

·         May cover for Director in his/her absence

 

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Social Work Supervisor 1754/51020-01 Brooklyn Treatment Apartment Program
Location: Brooklyn
Category: Social Work/Case Work
Union Status: Union
Hours: 35

Qualifications:

Masters in Social Work (MSW) Degree and NYS licensure as a LMSW are required.  A minimum of 2 years experience with working with adults with mental illness is required.  Supervisory experience is preferred.   Excellent case work, administrative, managerial and computer skills are required. LCSW preferred.



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OVERVIEW: The Social Work Supervisor has clinical and administrative responsibility for an apartment program unit, under the supervision and direction of the program director.  The Social Work Supervisor is responsible for ensuring the provision of services for residents, oversight of administrative processes, and supervision of apartment program staff.

RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:

Clinical

·         Provide weekly individual supervision of all assigned program staff.

·          Responsible for the provision of day-to-day services to program residents.

·         Provide direct service and/or coverage to residents consistent with restorative services and service plan goals.

·          Plan and participate in program activities.

·         Facilitate staff briefings, team meetings and case conferences.

·         Facilitate Consumer/Occupant Meetings.

·         Review and co-sign all assessments, individualized service plans and progress notes.

·         Complete required documentation and assist supervisees in completing documentation consistent with Medicaid, OMH and JBFCS requirements and guidelines.

·         Facilitate intakes and discharges.

·         Develop and maintain linkages with community service providers.

·         Conduct Utilization Reviews.

Administrative

·         Participate in interviewing and hiring program staff.

·         Address staff performance issues in accordance with JBFCS Policy & Procedure.

·         Conduct staff training & development, as required, and conduct performance appraisals.

·         Schedule and monitor staff attendance and staff scheduling to ensure proper coverage.

·         Conduct regular apartment visits and walkthroughs.

·         Maintain relationships with landlords, handle leases, resolve apartment-related and facility issues.

·         Conduct Quality Assurance / documented chart review and audit.

·          Coordinate and oversee admission and discharge processes in accordance with all relevant regulations.

·         Prepare and submit monthly reporting and billing.

·         Submit monthly internal JBFCS reports.

·          Monitor program for continued improvement.

·         Participate in all meetings, as assigned.

·         Conduct outreach; maintain contact with referral sources; maintain census.

·         Work collaboratively as part of a service delivery team.

Crisis

·         Provide and supervise crisis intervention services.

·         Ensure Crisis Intervention Event Reporting and follow up.

·         Provide on call administrative and crisis evening and weekend duties.

Other

·         Other duties as assigned.

 

 

 

 

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Social Work Supervisor 6308/51020-01-324 Brooklyn Care Management
Location: Brooklyn
Category: Social Work/Case Work
Union Status: non-union
Hours: 35

Qualifications:

REQUIREMENTS:            

Proficiency in basic and intermediate computer skills. The ability to maintain statistics using various computer programs.

Masters Degree in Social Work, Nursing, Public Health or other related social service or health profession. Four years experience in providing case management services to persons with disabilities (medical, psychiatric or cognitive disabilities) or comparable experience. One year of supervisory experience strongly preferred. Licensure in a related field of practice (LCSW, LMSW, RN, NP)

PREFERRED: Experience working in interdisciplinary teams; experience providing care management or care coordination in a medical or behavioral health environment; experience working with the chronically ill. Fluency in a second language such as Spanish, Russian, or Creole



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OVERVIEW:        The Supervisor leads the Care Management team and is responsible for ensuring day to day operation of the program under the supervision of the Director of Care Management. The supervisor is the onsite supervisor for the Care Management program team including Care Coordinators and Case Assistants (Peer Specialists) as well as consulting Nursing and Psychiatric team members. As needed, supervisors are also expected to perform the duties of Care Coordinators including, but not limited to coordination of services for an assigned caseload of enrollees.  As this is an evolving program, additional responsibilities will be added.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES, under direct supervision, include but not limited to:

 

·        Provide administrative supervision to program staff.

·        Ensure clinical and administrative compliance in all program areas. 

·        Monitor service provision, referrals and census.

·        Ensure proper and timely monthly billing for services; utilize electronic and manual systems to run reports and monitor billing.

·        Conduct and arrange staff training & development, as required, and conduct performance appraisals.

·        Participate in and oversee admission and discharge processes and decisions.

·        Develop and improve operations, systems, effectiveness, census and quality impact projects/activities.

·        Conduct and participate in quality assurance activities, including Continuous Performance Improvement (CPI), consumer satisfaction surveys, and chart reviews and audits.

·        Implement new initiatives and program improvement activities.

·        Monitor and follow up on incidents.

·        Conduct community outreach, develop and maintain strong linkage relationships with community service providers, and participate in network/coalitions meetings.

·        Participate in and facilitate various meetings.

·        Help interview and hire program staff; process staff termination in accordance with JBFCS Policy & Procedure.

·        Schedule and monitor staff attendance, staff and vacation scheduling to ensure proper coverage.

·        Serve as back up to the Director or Administrative Supervisor, assuming responsibility for operations in his/her absence.

·        Provide individual supervision to program staff.

·        Provide direct service to participants, as needed.

·        Help coordinate care for higher risk cases.

·        Review and co-sign assessments, plans and other documentation as required.

·        Plan and participate in program activities and services.

·        Facilitate weekly team meetings, briefings and case conferences.

·        Ensure quality assessments, risk management, service planning, service reviews, contact and progress notes.

·        Provide and supervise crisis intervention services.

·        Ensure Crisis Intervention Incident Reporting

·        Coordinate staff coverage of 24-hour coverage

·        Other duties as assigned.

 

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Social Worker 4065/51040-02-324 Coney Island Counseling Center
Location: Brooklyn
Category: Social Work/Case Work
Union Status: Union
Hours: 35

Qualifications:

REQUIREMENTS: Masters degree in Social Work, (MSW), with a minimum of one year of relevant experience with similar population. LMSW or LCSW certification required.



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The Social Worker is responsible for supplying necessary clinical intervention within the realm of the program.  Provide cultural competent and sensitive services.  As part of a therapeutic team within the Agency, work closely with the divisions' medical, psychiatric and psychology staff, to ensure the appropriate treatment interventions for the client.  

RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:

·         Coordinate all services for consumers, including day programs, medical care, transportation, summer camps, summer programs, recreational activities, and community inclusion (Person Centered Planning).

·         Liaise between Department and consumer's family members, and relevant community members.  Provide family limited counseling.

·         As Team Leader, lead quarterly case conference, and prepare minutes.  Prepare integrative treatment plan, based on all assessments from the other professionals and Direct Care Workers.

·         Lead weekly team meetings.  Keep minutes of team meetings and ensure follow-up as necessary from meetings.

·         Conduct meetings to ensure proper treatment, progress in program and coordination of goals.

·         Attend annual case conference at day program or school.

·         Train Direct Care Workers, as necessary.

·         Participate in audit preparation.

·         Work with intake coordinator on intake process for new consumers.

·         Work with Direct Care Workers to enhance communication and cooperation between them and consumer families.

·         Complete paperwork in a timely manner.

·         Other duties as assigned.

 

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Social Worker 1625/51040-01 Abraham Residence
Location: Manhattan
Category: Social Work/Case Work
Union Status: Union
Hours: 35

Qualifications:

 Masters degree in Social Work, (MSW), with a minimum of one year of relevant experience with similar population. LMSW or LCSW certification required.



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OVERVIEW: The Social Worker is responsible for supplying necessary clinical intervention within the realm of the program.  Provide cultural competent and sensitive services.  As part of a therapeutic team within the Agency, work closely with the divisions' medical, psychiatric and psychology staff, to ensure the appropriate treatment interventions for the client.  

RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:

·         Coordinate all services for consumers, including day programs, medical care, transportation, summer camps, summer programs, recreational activities, and community inclusion (Person Centered Planning).

·          Liaise between Department and consumer's family members, and relevant community members.  Provide family limited counseling.

·         As Team Leader, lead quarterly case conference, and prepare minutes.  Prepare integrative treatment plan, based on all assessments from the other professionals and Direct Care Workers.

·         Lead weekly team meetings.  Keep minutes of team meetings and ensure follow-up as necessary from meetings.

·         Conduct meetings to ensure proper treatment, progress in program and coordination of goals.

·         Attend annual case conference at day program or school.

·         Train Direct Care Workers, as necessary.

·         Participate in audit preparation.

·         Work with intake coordinator on intake process for new consumers.

·          Work with Direct Care Workers to enhance communication and cooperation between them and consumer families.

·         Complete paperwork in a timely manner.

·         Other duties as assigned.

 

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Social Worker 5556/51040-01 Southern Brooklyn Family Services
Location: Brooklyn
Category: Social Work/Case Work
Union Status: Union
Hours: 35

Qualifications:

 Masters degree in Social Work, (MSW), with a minimum of one year of relevant experience with similar population. LMSW or LCSW certification required.



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OVERVIEW: The Social Worker is responsible for supplying necessary clinical intervention within the realm of the program.  Provide cultural competent and sensitive services.  As part of a therapeutic team within the Agency, work closely with the divisions' medical, psychiatric and psychology staff, to ensure the appropriate treatment interventions for the client.  

RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:

·         Coordinate all services for consumers, including day programs, medical care, transportation, summer camps, summer programs, recreational activities, and community inclusion (Person Centered Planning).

·         Liaise between Department and consumer's family members, and relevant community members.  Provide family limited counseling.

·         As Team Leader, lead quarterly case conference, and prepare minutes.  Prepare integrative treatment plan, based on all assessments from the other professionals and Direct Care Workers.

·         Lead weekly team meetings.  Keep minutes of team meetings and ensure follow-up as necessary from meetings.

·         Conduct meetings to ensure proper treatment, progress in program and coordination of goals.

·         Attend annual case conference at day program or school.

·         Train Direct Care Workers, as necessary.

·         Participate in audit preparation.

·         Work with intake coordinator on intake process for new consumers.

·         Work with Direct Care Workers to enhance communication and cooperation between them and consumer families.

·         Complete paperwork in a timely manner.

·         Other duties as assigned.

 

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Social Worker 6153/51040-02 Brooklyn REAL PROS
Location: Brooklyn
Category: Social Work/Case Work
Union Status: Union
Hours: 35

Qualifications:

 Masters degree in Social Work, (MSW), with a minimum of one year of relevant experience with similar population. LMSW or LCSW certification required.



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OVERVIEW: The Social Worker is responsible for supplying necessary clinical intervention within the realm of the program.  Provide cultural competent and sensitive services.  As part of a therapeutic team within the Agency, work closely with the divisions' medical, psychiatric and psychology staff, to ensure the appropriate treatment interventions for the client.  

RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:

·         Coordinate all services for consumers, including day programs, medical care, transportation, summer camps, summer programs, recreational activities, and community inclusion (Person Centered Planning).

·         Liaise between Department and consumer's family members, and relevant community members.  Provide family limited counseling.

·         As Team Leader, lead quarterly case conference, and prepare minutes.  Prepare integrative treatment plan, based on all assessments from the other professionals and Direct Care Workers.

·         Lead weekly team meetings.  Keep minutes of team meetings and ensure follow-up as necessary from meetings.

·         Conduct meetings to ensure proper treatment, progress in program and coordination of goals.

·         Attend annual case conference at day program or school.

·         Train Direct Care Workers, as necessary.

·         Participate in audit preparation.

·         Work with intake coordinator on intake process for new consumers.

·         Work with Direct Care Workers to enhance communication and cooperation between them and consumer families.

·         Complete paperwork in a timely manner.

·         Other duties as assigned.

 

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Social Worker 2272/51040-04-324 Geller House
Location: Staten Island
Category: Social Work/Case Work
Union Status: Union
Hours: 35

Qualifications: Masters degree in Social Work, (MSW), with a minimum of one year of relevant experience with similar population. LMSW or LCSW certification required.

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OVERVIEW: The Social Worker is responsible for supplying necessary clinical intervention within the realm of the program.  Provide cultural competent and sensitive services.  As part of a therapeutic team within the Agency, work closely with the divisions' medical, psychiatric and psychology staff, to ensure the appropriate treatment interventions for the client.  

RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:

·         Coordinate all services for consumers, including day programs, medical care, transportation, summer camps, summer programs, recreational activities, and community inclusion (Person Centered Planning).

·         Liaise between Department and consumer's family members, and relevant community members.  Provide family limited counseling.

·         As Team Leader, lead quarterly case conference, and prepare minutes.  Prepare integrative treatment plan, based on all assessments from the other professionals and Direct Care Workers.

·         Lead weekly team meetings.  Keep minutes of team meetings and ensure follow-up as necessary from meetings.

·         Conduct meetings to ensure proper treatment, progress in program and coordination of goals.

·         Attend annual case conference at day program or school.

·         Train Direct Care Workers, as necessary.

·         Participate in audit preparation.

·         Work with intake coordinator on intake process for new consumers.

·         Work with Direct Care Workers to enhance communication and cooperation between them and consumer families.

·         Complete paperwork in a timely manner.

·         Other duties as assigned.


 

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Social Worker 1660/51040-01-324 Horizons
Location: Brooklyn
Category: Social Work/Case Work
Union Status: Union
Hours: 35

Qualifications: Masters degree in Social Work, (MSW), with a minimum of one year of relevant experience with similar population. LMSW or LCSW certification required.

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OVERVIEW: The Social Worker is responsible for supplying necessary clinical intervention within the realm of the program.  Provide cultural competent and sensitive services.  As part of a therapeutic team within the Agency, work closely with the divisions' medical, psychiatric and psychology staff, to ensure the appropriate treatment interventions for the client.  

RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:

·         Coordinate all services for consumers, including day programs, medical care, transportation, summer camps, summer programs, recreational activities, and community inclusion (Person Centered Planning).

·         Liaise between Department and consumer's family members, and relevant community members.  Provide family limited counseling.

·         As Team Leader, lead quarterly case conference, and prepare minutes.  Prepare integrative treatment plan, based on all assessments from the other professionals and Direct Care Workers.

·         Lead weekly team meetings.  Keep minutes of team meetings and ensure follow-up as necessary from meetings.

·         Conduct meetings to ensure proper treatment, progress in program and coordination of goals.

·         Attend annual case conference at day program or school.

·         Train Direct Care Workers, as necessary.

·         Participate in audit preparation.

·         Work with intake coordinator on intake process for new consumers.

·         Work with Direct Care Workers to enhance communication and cooperation between them and consumer families.

·         Complete paperwork in a timely manner.

·         Other duties as assigned.

 

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Social Worker 1754/51040-03-324 Brooklyn Treatment Apt Program
Location: Brooklyn
Category: Social Work/Case Work
Union Status: Union
Hours: 35

Qualifications: Masters degree in Social Work, (MSW), with a minimum of one year of relevant experience with similar population. LMSW or LCSW certification required.

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OVERVIEW: The Social Worker is responsible for supplying necessary clinical intervention within the realm of the program.  Provide cultural competent and sensitive services.  As part of a therapeutic team within the Agency, work closely with the divisions' medical, psychiatric and psychology staff, to ensure the appropriate treatment interventions for the client.  

RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:

·         Coordinate all services for consumers, including day programs, medical care, transportation, summer camps, summer programs, recreational activities, and community inclusion (Person Centered Planning).

·         Liaise between Department and consumer's family members, and relevant community members.  Provide family limited counseling.

·         As Team Leader, lead quarterly case conference, and prepare minutes.  Prepare integrative treatment plan, based on all assessments from the other professionals and Direct Care Workers.

·         Lead weekly team meetings.  Keep minutes of team meetings and ensure follow-up as necessary from meetings.

·         Conduct meetings to ensure proper treatment, progress in program and coordination of goals.

·         Attend annual case conference at day program or school.

·         Train Direct Care Workers, as necessary.

·         Participate in audit preparation.

·         Work with intake coordinator on intake process for new consumers.

·         Work with Direct Care Workers to enhance communication and cooperation between them and consumer families.

·         Complete paperwork in a timely manner.

·         Other duties as assigned.



 

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Social Worker 1741/51040-01-324 1741/51040-01-324
Location: Queens
Category: Social Work/Case Work
Union Status: Union
Hours: 35

Qualifications:

License Masters degree in Social Work, (LMSW), with a minimum of one year of relevant experience with similar population.



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OVERVIEW: The Social Worker is responsible for supplying necessary clinical intervention within the realm of the program and assisting the service delivery team in identifying, understanding and addressing clinical dynamics and issues. Provide cultural competent and sensitive services. As part of a therapeutic team within the agency, work closely with the day treatment programs, psychiatrists, social workers and staff, to ensure appropriate treatment interventions for clients.

RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:

·         Liaise and advocate with relevant community members and treatment/service providers on client’s behalf.

·         Work with Direct Care Workers to coordinate case conferences, participate in case conferences, and prepare minutes.

·         Work with Direct Care Workers to prepare integrative treatment plans, based on assessments from the other professionals and Direct Care Workers.

·         Conduct quarterly apartment visits to assess clients and ensure that apartments are in good standing.

·          Plan and assist Program Supervisors with the monthly Consumer Advisory Meetings.

·         Provide consultation and training to Direct Care Workers, as needed.

·         Participate in weekly consumer meetings.

·         Work closely with clients that have special needs, for example the MICA population.

·          Conduct U.R. reviews with Program Supervisors.

·         Participate in audit preparation.

·         Participate in the following program monthly chart reviews, reviewing content, timeliness, and that documentation requirements are met.

·         Work with intake coordinator on intake process for new consumers.

·         Participate in reviewing and following up on incidents.

·          Participate in Continuous Performance Improvement meetings and quality assurance/improvement plans and activities.

·          Work with Direct Care Workers to enhance communication and cooperation with consumers.

·         Other duties as assigned.

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Social Worker Supervisor 1565/51020-01 Coney Island Supported Housing
Location: Brooklyn
Category: Social Work/Case Work
Union Status: Union
Hours: 70

Qualifications:

New York State License - LCSW
Excellent written skills. 
Computer literacy. 
Work experience with similar population of client.
Some supervisory experience.


 



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OVERVIEW: The Social Work Supervisor will be responsible for direct care, oversight of administrative and clinical supervision and staff performance evaluation. Requires familiarity and compliance with all relevant regulations. All responsibilities are to be carried out in accordance with the standards of regulatory bodies and of the Jewish Board of Family & Children's Services.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

·         Interview and hire all program staff.

·         Process staff termination in accordance with JBFCS Policy & Procedure.

·         Conduct staff Training & Development as required.

·         Schedule and monitor staff attendance, staff and vacation scheduling to ensure proper coverage.

·         Conduct performance appraisals.

·         Conduct Quality Assurance / Quarterly documented chart review and audit.

·         Coordinate and oversee admissions process in accordance with all relevant intake criteria.

·         Submit monthly Office of Mental Health (OMH) reporting.

·         Submit monthly internal JBFCS reports.

·         Monitor program for continued Improvement.

·         Participate in all meetings, as assigned.

·         Provide direct service to clients on an as needed/required basis.

·         Provide individual and group supervision of all program and support staff.

·         Facilitate weekly team meetings and case conferences.

·          Monitor Consumer/Occupant Meetings.

·         Monitor all individualized service plans.

·         Review Service Plan with residents and staff.

·         Supervise Master Social Work (MSW) students, as assigned.

·         Conduct Crisis Intervention Training.

·         Provide Crisis Intervention Incident Reporting.

·         Serve as back up to Director Department.

·         Assume all on call administrative and crisis evening and weekend duties.

·         Other duties as assigned.


 

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Spanish Speaking Fee For Service Social Worker 4021/51040-99 Manhattan North
Location: Manhattan
Category: Social Work/Case Work
Union Status: Non-Union
Hours: 8

Qualifications:

Qualifications: LMSW or LCSW; Must speak Spanish fluently; Excellent written skills. Computer literacy.



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The Manhattan North Clinic, located in the Inwood section of Manhattan, has Fee for Service Social Worker/Therapist positions available for immediate hire. Hours are flexible. The clinic is open 9am- 8pm Monday-Thursday; Friday 9am to 5pm; Saturday 9am to 4pm.

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Team Coordinator 4954/60325-70 Clinical Consultation Program
Location: Brooklyn
Category: Social Work/Case Work
Union Status: union
Hours: 35

Qualifications:

Knowledge of the child welfare system preferred. Knowledge of mental health substance abuse and domestic violence issues.  Willingness to work the New York City Holiday schedule.  Master’s Degree in Social Work, LCSW / LMSW or Masters in Psychology. 3-5 years of supervisory experience (clinical and managerial).



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OVERVIEW: The Team Coordinator will provide clinical leadership to the clinical consultation staff and will be the lead person interacting with the ACS Program Manager to ensure the goals of the clinical consultation program are implemented in line with the Agency and ACS agreed upon expectations.

RESPONSIBILITES include but not limited to:

·         Represent JBFCS / CCP in borough offices providing effective collaboration with ACS borough office administration / management, insuring that the goals of CCP are implemented in line with JBFCS and ACS expectations.

·          Provide overall clinical and administrative oversight / leadership for the clinical consultants / consultations.

·         Provide direct clinical supervision to the clinical consultants.

·          Interface and collaborate with ACS staff at various levels to assess and develop in partnership with consultant staff trainings needs and agendas.

·         Create linkages with mental health, domestic violence and substance abuse service providers.

·          Develop linkages with ACS staff, service providers and contract child welfare agencies.

·          Schedule follow-up meetings with aforementioned providers on an ongoing basis as needed.

·          Develop back-up systems to provide emergency coverage.

·         Collect required data to measure level of consultation services and effectiveness.

·          Maintain logs for consultant services requested and provided on an ongoing basis.

·          Other duties as assigned.

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Therapist 5559/51040-06 MST-SA
Location: Brooklyn
Category: Social Work/Case Work
Union Status: Union
Hours: 35

Qualifications:

EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Masters degree in Psychology, Social Work, Counseling or a related subject area. LMSW required, LCSW preferred.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Driver’s license; bilingual/bicultural; agreement to work a flexible schedule, comfortable with group supervision and commitment to work on professional development goals to improve adherence.

PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE: Family systems theory and application, social ecological theory and application, behavioral therapies theory and knowledge, cognitive-behavioral theory therapy and application, pragmatic family therapies theory and application; social skills assessment and intervention and child development research and its application in treatment.



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RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:

·       Conduct Multi Systemic Therapy (MST) assessment including review of referral information, identify and engage key participants, interview family to complete a functional analysis, identify strengths and weaknesses and developing an analysis of the fit problems within the ecological context.

·        Engage primary caregiver and other key participants in active change-oriented treatment by    identifying and overcoming barriers to engagement.

·        Implement a problem conceptualization, treatment planning, intervention implementation, outcome review and strategy revision using the MST process.

·        Teach caregiver how to conduct random urine drug screens and breath scan to detect alcohol and drug use.

·        Collaborate with all relevant systems and key participants within each system to ensure their buy-in and cooperation throughout MST Treatment.

·        Participate in MST training, supervision and consultation activities.

·       Maintain clear and concise documentation in CNNX case record progress notes of treatment efforts, enter data into PROMIS; prepare reports to Probation if required.

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JBFCS is an equal opportunity employer. We seek candidates from diverse backgrounds and encourage individuals from communities of color to apply. Due to the high volume of submissions we are unable to reply to every application, only those candidates selected for further consideration will be contacted. Please do not call.

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