Employment Opportunities

We seek to advertise available openings of interest to social work students and social work graduates. Jobs are posted for60 days, unless stated otherwise in the ad.  If you would like to post job opportunities to this website,please contact  with the following information included in your email:

  • full job description
  • title of organization and the job title
  • whether full or part-time, or seasonal/contract position
  • eligibility requirements for the position
  • contact information (name, address, phone, fax), so an applicant can submit their letter of interest

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CURRENT LISTINGS


Posted 10/18/2017

Heart 2 Heart Wellness Center

Positions Available: Mental health therapists, yoga instructors, meditation class instructors and massage therapists   

Heart 2 Heart Wellness Center is a private practice creating a holistic wellness approach to self-care. At H2H you will find therapists working on life coaching or mental health wellness, therapeutic yoga, healing touch massage and mediation classes to create wellness for the body and spirit.  The culture and environment here is healthy and happy with people looking to help our clients better themselves. We are removing the stigma from mental wellness and speaking a language of self-care. Join our team! H2H is located in New Albany, IN. Email director@heart2heartservices.com to apply.

BENEFITS OF CONTRACTING WITH H2H

  • Set your schedule
  • Hand pick your clientele
  • Use your preferred treatment modality
  • Use a variety of mediums to access your clients at your discretion
  • Unlimited earning potential
  • Strong community reputation
  • Base of available referrals
  • Some advertising services
  • Administrative support
  • Flexibility with supportive environment for collaborative growth
  • Supervision provided if you are LSW

REQUIREMENTS

  • Independent contractors for outpatient mental health therapist requirements:
  • MSSW or equivalent
  • LSW, LCSW or equivalent (INDIANA license)
  • Paneled (or in process) with multiple insurance companies
  • Malpractice insurance (or in process)
  • Yoga Instructors, Meditation Instructors and Massage Therapist
  • Licensed by your prospective boards
  • Malpractice insurance

 


Posted 10/12/2017

The Brook Hospitals KMI

Positions Available

Inpatient Therapist, Full Time, Days

Working with adolescent and adult population in an inpatient setting

Major job functions include: obtaining psycho-social assessments, conducting family/group therapy on assigned cases, complete documentation per hospital guidelines, case coordination, coordinate discharge planning, assist in developing and maintaining community resource information, assists in maintenance of the program environment in compliance with policies of safety and security, ensures good clinical judgement to ensure optimum patient care, participate in continuing education activities.

Outpatient Therapist,Full Time, 10-6:30pm

Working with adolescent population in an outpatient group setting

Major job functions include: obtaining psycho-social assessments, conducting family/group therapy on assigned cases, complete documentation per hospital guidelines, case coordination, coordinate discharge planning, assist in developing and maintaining community resource information, assists in maintenance of the program environment in compliance with policies of safety and security, ensures good clinical judgement to ensure optimum patient care, participate in continuing education activities.

Christina Taylor, PHR
Human Resources Director
The Brook Hospitals KMI
8521 LaGrange Road
Louisville, KY 40242
( Tel:     (502) 426-6380 ext 3765
( Fax:    (502) 814 3746
* Email:christina.taylor@uhsinc.com


Posted 10/5/2017

Department for Community Based Services

The mission of the Department for Community Based Services is to build an effective and efficient system of care with Kentucky's citizens and communities to:

  • Reduce poverty, adult and child maltreatment, and their effects;
  • Advance person and family self-sufficiency, recovery, and resiliency;
  • Assure all children have safe and nurturing homes and communities; and Recruit and retain a workforce and partners that operate with integrity and transparency.

New jobs are posted each day and can be viewed at https://careers.ky.gov.

Apply online at https://careers.ky.gov.  Salary and job requirements can also be viewed on the website.   You must set-up an account, complete the online application, and apply for each position of interest.  Jobs are posted for seven days and can be removed at any time.  The website is updated daily.

 


Posted 10/4/2017

Smoketown Family Wellness Center

Family Coach, Reports to Executive Director

Full-time position

Masters Degree/LCSW

Location:  760 S. Hancock Street

Position Summary:

The Family Coach will be part of the SFWC team with an intentional purpose to support
families to be healthy in mind, body and spirit. The Center will address clinical care and healthy lifestyle
support for the family. The Family Coach is vital to this model. SFWC will approach family wellness from a
strengths-based, trauma informed perspective that is driven by the families we partner with at the Center.
Responsibilities include screenings, assessing needs, providing the primary source of support and
encouragement, assisting with family goal setting, tracking family progress toward wellness goals, resource
referral, crisis intervention, and collecting outcome data in collaboration with the Community Coordinator.
The Family Coach partners with clinical staff to provide optimal care for families.

Principal Responsibilities:

The Family Coach is responsible for the following:

  • Administering and reviewing the needs assessments with each family receiving services at SFWC.
  • Engaging families in developing a wellness plan that promotes engagement and meaningful action.
  • Assisting families in the implementation phase of their respective wellness plans by providing support, crisis intervention, guidance, and resource referral (preferably to resources/agencies provided at the Center forincreased accessibility for families).
  • Reviewing and revising wellness plan outcomes with families
  • Maintaining efficient, confidential and organized records; providing timely and appropriate case notes.
  • Entering and reviewing medical codes, clinical notes, and other outcome data.
  • Serving as the lead for our electronic health record (EHR) system and will receive training in order to fulfill responsibilities such as training other SFWC employees, troubleshooting and communication with the EHRrepresentatives.
  • Collaborating with the Executive Director and the Community Coordinator in order to ascertain and maintain relationships with community providers.
  • Coordinating and facilitating communication between service providers on behalf of each family.
  • Maintaining a positive working relationship with families and the SFWC team to provide support and encouragement for a high standard of care.
  • Acting as a mandated reporter and is legally required to ensure a report is made when abuse is observed or suspected.
  • Performing other duties as assigned.

Formal Education Requirement

Required Level:  Masters Degree

Preferred Level:  Masters Degree

Minimum Years of Experience Necessary:  5 - 10 years

Additional Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in social work with current licensure as an LCSW.
  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience working with diverse populations.
  • Significant experience in the areas of case management and project management.
  • Thorough knowledge of community resources and education opportunities including county resources, benefits, and assistance programs.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Experience with medical coding and/or willingness to be trained.
  • Detail orientated and organized.
  • Ability to work in a team environment, interact and collaborate with staff, direct families by delivering high quality service
  • Ability to problem-solve, multi-task, complete work on time and work independently.
  • Proficiency in computer skills
  • Passion for the SFWC vision and mission.

 Contact Information

Interested candidates can contact at: 


Posted 10/4/2017

St. John Center for Homeless Men

Housing Case Manager (part-time to full-time)

St. John Center is seeking a housing case manager to work with a permanent supportive housing grant.  The employee would work part-time (20 hours/week) with 5-10 men already in housing until May 2018, then would increase to permanent full-time work and add new housing clients.  Interested applicants should contact Sarah Buckler, Supportive Housing Manager (sbuckler@stjohncenter.org, 568-6758 ext. 12) with questions and/or resume and cover letter no later than Wednesday, November 1st. Job description 


Posted 10/4/2017

Position is located in Louisville, KY

https://jobs.virginia.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/frameset/Frameset.jsp?time=1507131435281

The Center to Promote Effective Youth Development (Youth-Nex) in the Curry School of Education seeks a Project Associate for the Compassionate Schools Project (CSP). The CSP Project Associate supervises the data collection in the Jefferson County Public Schools for the Compassionate Schools Project. The incumbent interfaces closely with both the PI and Jefferson County leaders to ensure the success of the project. Duties include coordinating the training of project participants and wage data collectors, supervising data collection, serving as a liaison between stakeholders in Jefferson County Public Schools and principal investigator (PI), maintaining project timelines and deliverables, and implementing project changes as necessary. The position is based in Louisville, KY.

A bachelor's degree is required, preferably in education or a related field. A minimum of two years' experience in coordinating or leading projects is required. A master's degree is preferred and may substitute for some experience. Prior experience conducting evaluations or research data collection is required. Substantial knowledge and skills in developing and maintaining strong partnerships is essential. The ability to supervise and direct the work of others is a must. Strong interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills are also required. Strong organizational and time management skills, an ability to multitask, and the ability to meet regular deadlines while delivering high quality results are essential. Experience working in or professionally interfacing with an institution of public education as a teacher, consultant, or administrator is preferred as is knowledge of classroom observation methods. Knowledge of Microsoft Office (Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and Word) is required. Knowledge and the use of statistical research software such as Stata or SAS are preferred.

To apply, visit http://jobs.virginia.edu and search on Posting Number 0619392. Complete a job application online, and attach a cover letter and resume.

This is a restricted position and continuation is dependent upon funding and satisfactory performance.

The Curry School of Education and the University of Virginia welcome applications from women, minorities, veterans and persons with disabilities; we seek to build a culturally diverse intellectual environment. We are Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employers.          

 


Posted 10/03/2017

Transformations:  Hope for Today's Families

Title:  Behavioral Health Professional

Eligibility Requirements: Social Workers with a Masters or Doctorate degree who have obtained their Certified Social Work (CSW) licensure with at least two years of paid social work experience.

Transformations is looking for organized, dependable practitioners who are looking to expand their practice skills while providing services to a wide range of clientele in a home-based setting.  Transformations’ offers a fulltime comprehensive supervision track for Certified Social Workers that includes the costs of supervision, flexible scheduling options, professional liability insurance, reimbursement for face-to-face sessions and electronic medical record keeping.

For additional information please contact Chris Bruggman at 502-424-2562 or .


Posted 9/28/2017

Representative Payee Assistant

Job Description

Apply at Louisville Works:  

http://www.louisvilleworks.com/JobSearchDetails.aspx?JobID=274116&frame=false

 


Posted 9/26/2017

University of Louisville Phonathon/Ruffalo Noel Levitz

Title:  Student Caller

Eligibility requirements: Must be a U of L student. Must be eligible for employment in the United States.

Description: 

Part-Time Student Callers work with University of Louisville Alumni Relations and Annual Giving to fundraise for UofL.

Student Callers advocate for the University. They communicate with a wide variety of people affiliated with many different aspects of the university, including alumni of every school. Student Callers also develop a knowledge of funding and fundraising, both of which are very useful for anyone looking at a career in the public or nonprofit sector after graduation.

This is an opportunity to work with fellow students in a fun, collaborative environment and develop professional skills while helping UofL grow.

Shifts take place on Sundays and weekday evenings, and flexible scheduling is available. We are located on campus in the Alumni Center.

Students can apply online at ulouisville.thecallingcenter.com.

 


Posted 9/19/2017

Family Health Centers

Seeking four full-time clinicians for Behavioral Health Department

Click the link for job description:  Behavioral Health department clinicians needed


 Posted 9/13/2017

University of Kentucky Targeted Assessment Program (UK-TAP) 

Targeted Assessment Specialist
Bullitt County - RE10734

Skilled professional needed to join an innovative program designed to identify and address barriers to self-sufficiency and family safety among low-income parents. The Targeted Assessment Specialists are University of Kentucky employees but located at Department for Community Based Services (DCBS) offices to provide assessment, pre-treatment, referral, service coordination, follow-up and consultation services. This position is housed at the DCBS office in Shepherdsville, KY and serves Bullitt County.

Requires knowledge and skills in at least three of the following areas: mental health, substance abuse, intimate partner violence victimization, learning problems, and women's issues. Must have knowledge of community resources and the ability to be diplomatic and collaborate effectively with multiple human service systems. Must be able to conduct home visits and other outreach activities and provide services in non-traditional settings. Must be able to work autonomously and demonstrate exemplary professional judgment and behavior. Perseverance combined with flexibility and creativity is essential. The position requires a Master's degree and at least three years of related experience, or equivalent. Frequent travel in the county and region is required.

This position is one of 59 Targeted Assessment Specialist positions in 35 counties supported by the KY Cabinet for Health and Family Services with Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) funds. If you have any questions about the position, please contact , Program Director,  or, Program Coordinator, (859) 257-6441.

To apply for this position, #RE10734, please submit a UK online application at https://ukjobs.uky.edu. If you have any questions, contact HR/Employment, phone (859) 257-9555, press 2. Application deadline is September 24, 2017. Any candidate offered this position may be required to pass pre-employment screenings as mandated by University of Kentucky Human Resources. These screenings may include a national background check and/or drug screen. The University of Kentucky is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from minorities and women.


Posted 9/11/2017

SelfRefind, Danville, KY

Substance Abuse Counselor

Substance Abuse Counselor position available at SelfRefind in Danville, KY. This is a full-time position and requires a Counselor to have CSW, LCSW, LPCA or LPCC licensure. We do offer supervision and a full range of benefits including training, CEUs, supervision for licensure as well as health, vision, dental and 401K with company matching. Interested applicants may contact:

, MSW, LCSW, Clinical Director 

Job posting:  

https://www.indeed.com/viewjob?jk=dc58672924119f67&q=Substance+Abuse+Counselor&l=Kentucky&tk=1bplngilm1a272cg&from=web


Posted 8/29/2017

Coalition for the Homeless

Part Time Housing Case Manager

Come join our staff, a group committed to the prevention and elimination of homelessness in Louisville (learn more at www.louhomeless.org).

The Coalition for the Homeless is seeking a part-time Housing Case Manager to work 15 – 25 hours per week. Hours are flexible. Applicants should have a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or a closely related field. Experience working with the homeless population, particularly homeless families, is a plus. Basic computer and communication skills are important to fulfill the job.  Interested applicants should submit their resume as soon as possible, but no later than September 15, 2017 to:  Brandi Scott, 1300 S. 4th St., Ste. 250, Louisville, KY  40208 or .

 For more information see: http://louhomeless.org/?p=4494


Posted 8/25/2017

Active Day-Watterson Park

Part-Time Administrative Assistant

This position works alongside our Medicaid Waiver Coordinator providing assistance with Medicaid documentation, filing and other organizational tasks. Twenty hours a week at $12.00 an hour. Hours are flexible, but between 8 and 5 Mon-Fr.

Active Day- Watterson Park is a busy Adult Day Health Care Center serving folks with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Basic knowledge of administrative tasks is required.  A sense of humor and some experience with an IDD population is preferred.
Contact if interested.


Posted 8/25/2017

Kentucky Counseling Services

We are looking for dynamic, organized and efficient CSW  to provide therapeutic interventions for an established mental health provider. The ideal candidate is highly motivated to serve and will provide in-home, evidenced based, therapy to families and at risk youth. Excellent clinical skills and ability to establish good rapport with clients a must. The candidate must currently be under clinical supervision pursuant to the regulations of the Ky Social Work Board.
•    Experience: Clinical experience with children and families.
•    Licenses/Certifications: CSW
•    Special Skills : REQUIRED: Excellent and timely documentation according to Kentucky Medicaid and Managed Care Organization standards.
•    Technical Skills/Requirements: Proficient in Microsoft Office
Required education: Master's
Please forward resume' to: 


Posted 8/23/2017

InspiriTec

Case Manager - Full-Time (40 hours/week)

Reports to:  InspiriTec Lead Case Manager, Fort Knox Location

Education:  Bachelor's degree in Social Work

Security Requirement:  SF86 Investigation for Positions of Public Trust

Experience:  5+ years with 1 year supervisory social work experience

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

Reporting to InspiriTec’s Lead Case Manager, this position is responsible for the provision of individual and group social services for individuals with disabilities participating in vocational training and employment programs at InspiriTec. Directs hiring and recruitment in compliance with InspiriTec’s ethos and policies.

Individual Services:

  • Serve as primary support person to employees during training, offering counseling, brokerage, mediation and advocacy.
  • Assess with employees potential barriers (environmental, architectural, or personal in nature) that may hinder or prevent them from completing training, securing and maintaining employment, and/or adjusting to living independently.
  • Develop, implement and monitor with employees service plans/contracts in accordance with program objectives to overcome identified barriers.
  • Provide on-going case management services for all employees
  • Monitoring progress and time off requests and attendance records.
  • Meet with Project Manager and management team on a regular basis to coordinate overall plan, and strategies for call center and CSR’s.
  • Plan and implement incentive programs to recognize employee achievement.  
  • Develop employee action plans and timeline for corrective action as needed.
  • Maintain harmony among co – workers and resolve grievances.

Group Services:

  • Design and present group session on topics related to developing appropriate work behaviors and evaluate program participant’s progress
  • Facilitate sessions using an adult learning model; evaluate impact of sessions
  • Assess group needs and arrange appropriate guest presenters from the professional community-at-large as part of on-going professional development activities.

Administrative Tasks:

  • Ensure qualification of individuals under the AbilityOne program and maintain up to date initial and annual Source America eligibility evaluations alongside corresponding medical records at all times; ensure confidentiality of records at all times.
  • Utilize current methods and develop additional procedures, instruments, and techniques necessary for

       the provision of individual and group social service including the use of computer systems

  • Maintain contact with liaison counselors (funding source) and agencies, providing bi - weekly evaluations, accommodations.
  • Expand and maintain a resource library of literature on available disability-related services for individuals and professional within the community. To include military specific resources.
  • Engage in program evaluation by keeping accurate and appropriate records
  • Assist with special projects and assignments as needed
  • EN specialist for Ticket to work program, write all IWPs for assignable tickets, and perform follow ups ensuring we abide by social security guidelines.

Qualifications:

  • Minimum Bachelor's Degree in Social Work.
  • Minimum 5 years direct social service experience with individuals and groups.
  • Minimum 1 year supervisory experience in a social work setting.
  • Attitude of accountability and pride in work effort.
  • Openness, willingness, flexibility, and social consciousness.
  • Team oriented with the ability to work independently to meet goals and timelines.
  • Provision of physical assistance to persons with disabilities as needed (if physically able)
  • Must be able to analyze data and manage accordingly.
  • Strong project management and operational skills; excellent oral and written communication skills                                                                                          Experience working with referral sources of disabled job candidates, such as:
    • OVR/DVR
    • Department for the Blind/Visually impaired
    • Department of Public Welfare
    • VA
    • Supported Employment Services

Contact:

Ms. Melanie Tabolt, CTR InspiriTec

 Lead Case Manager

Human Resources Service Center

Army Human Resources Command

mtabolt@inspiritec.org

melanie.tabolt.ctr@mail.mil

502-613-8257

502-442-6053


Posted 8/23/2017

The Morton Center, a full service outpatient substance abuse treatment center, is seeking a full-time Clinical Therapist. Therapist candidate will work with adolescents, adults, and families by facilitating individual, couples, family and group therapy. Must have experience with addictions and related family issues. Candidate will be licensed as an LCSW, LMFT, LPCC or less than 6 months from such licensure. LCADC or LCADCA is also preferable but not required. Some evenings required. Please forward resume to
Job Type: Full-time
Job Location: Louisville, KY
Required experience: Substance Abuse: 2 years; Family Therapy: 1 Year
Required education: Master's


Posted 8/23/2017

St. John Center for Homeless Men

Position:  Security  Reports To:  Executive Director

Position Summary:

Responsible for a variety of tasks related to the internal and external security of the clients, volunteers and staff of St. John Center, creating a safe environment, and contributing to overall functions of the agency as a member of the shelter team.                                                        

Tasks include:  Open the doors of the shelter facility and perform preparatory procedures with other staff;  monitor the flow of the clients, tone, and  behavior of as many as 80 clients at a time; enforce shelter rules; de-escelate tensions among clients and manage incidents between clients that require intervention; assist in maintaining a clean, safe space and orderly atmosphere inside the shelter, in front of the shelter and around the exterior premises.

Hours:

As many as 28.5 hours per week or as few as 13.5 hours per week.  Shifts include a combination of week day mornings from 6:30 AM – 11:00 AM, and weekend days from 6:30 AM – 3:00 PM. 

Qualifications:

Outstanding candidates will possess excellent decision-making skills; an ability to diffuse tensions and manage a crisis; strong interpersonal skills; an understanding of symptoms of mental illness and substance abuse; a demonstrated record of reliability.

 To Apply:  (Deadline to apply - August 30, 2017)

Email resume to or mail cover letter and resume to Maria Price, St. John Center, 700 E Muhammad Ali Blvd, Louisville, KY 40202.

                                                            St. John Center is an equal opportunity employer


Posted 8/21/2017

Uspiritus

Job Title: Community Based Therapist
Department: Community Based Services
Reports To: Clinical Manager or Program Director
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Approved Date:

Job Description



Posted 8/15/2017

Adoption Agency

Part-Time Adoptive Parent Advocate

Adoption Agency is hiring a part time adoptive parent advocate working with families in the domestic adoption process.  If you are interested in bringing families together through adoption, contact with your resume.  The position requires a master’s degree in social work; some afternoon, evenings and weekends are required.  A complete job description is available upon request.


Posted 8/7/17

Volunteer Opportunity!

Pro Bono Mental Health Clinicians Needed for the Survivors of Torture Recovery Center
The Survivors of Torture Recovery Center (STRC) is a federally grant-funded program at the University of Louisville’s Kent School of Social Work. Torture can affect the lives of its victims long after the physical scars have healed. The STRC offers free, comprehensive specialty mental health and psychiatric services, medical and case management coordination, plus social and legal service referrals for refugees and immigrants who are suffering from the devastating effects of torture. STRC’s mission is to provide compassionate, culturally-appropriate, trauma-informed care to our clients in order to help them deal with the past and move towards a bright future. STRC is located in a wing of Americana Community Center (4803 Southside Drive, Louisville, KY 40214).

If you are interesting in developing another clinical area of expertise (i.e., working with traumatized refugees), please consider volunteering to provide mental health services to survivors of torture. There will be opportunities to assist with both individual and group therapy sessions. Training will be provided by STRC staff. Both masters and doctoral-level licensed clinical social workers are encouraged to participate in this unique therapeutic opportunity. We are seeking licensed clinicians who have strong experience working with highly traumatized individuals.

The volunteer opportunity would involve seeing one or two clients on a weekly or bi-weekly basis. If your schedule would allow, we have a weekly multi-disciplinary client case review meeting on Thursday mornings from 9:00 am to 11:00 am that includes a staff psychiatrist, several social workers, a case manager and a clinical psychologist. Occasionally, home visits to provide therapy to clients are necessary.

If you are interested in providing pro bono mental health services to survivors of torture, please contact:

Jim Guinn, STRC Sustainability Coordinator

PHONE:   502-852-7968 or

EMAIL:  .