Employment Opportunities

We seek to advertise available openings of interest to social work students and social work graduates. Jobs are posted for 60 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 5/1/2018

St. Elizabeth Catholic Charities

Full-time Counselor

St. Elizabeth Catholic Charities is looking for a full time counselor. This position will work in the schools three days a week and provide outreach counseling two days a week out of our New Albany office. This position will work with both children and adults and is an exciting opportunity for a clinician who is looking for variety in his/her practice.

Please contact , LCSW,  to submit your resume . Please see our website for a complete job description and to learn more about our programs.


Posted 4/13/2018

Apple Patch

Job opportunities available.  Please visit our website to view our open positions and apply:  https://applepatch.org 


Posted 4/11/2018

Hagan Health

Behavioral Health Therapists

At Hagan Health we are dedicated to giving courteous and caring treatment to all our patients.  We believe in a team approach and that coordination of care is the best means for providing quality service to our patients.  Therefore, our staff consists of:  a psychiatrist to evaluate and assess medical, mental, and prescription needs, several behavioral therapists who work closely with our psychiatrist to help patients work on issues that hinder them from “healthy mind, healthy body,  healthy choices,”  a Physicians Assistant on staff to provide many of the routine needs and triage patients to the appropriate level of care, and caring office personnel who receive intake information that assures the best fit for the patients.

Job Summary

Our behavioral health therapists will be competent in providing quality therapy to patients under psychiatric care for a wide range of mental health issues such as anxiety & panic, depression, eating disorders, bipolar, borderline personality, addictions, and attention deficient.  Many of our patients, arranging from the pre-adolescent to the geriatric patient,  have life stressors such as relationship issues, grief & loss, trauma, abuse, and other adjustment issues.  Therefore, we are looking for therapists who have compassion and care as well as the ability to work with an array of issues. 

Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree  in the field of psychology, social work, couples and family therapy or the equivalent or higher
  • Working toward licensure in one of the above areas and under the supervision of an approved supervisor, if not currently licensed.
  • Highly skilled in therapeutic modalities such as CBT, Narrative, Internal Family Systems, DBT, mindfulness, systemic, structural, and solution focused.
  • Competent in working with individuals, couples, and groups.
  • Special training working with pre-adolescents, young adults, middle age, or geriatric populations.
  • Creative and ambitious in developing and facilitating speciality groups.

Responsibilities:

  • Report to and work under the clinical supervision of the Director of Psychotherapy.
  • Responsible for maintaining all documentation of patient encounters (electronically)
  • Attend weekly staff meetings to discuss and coordinate patient care.
  • Responsible for adherence to all office policies and procedures.
  • Maintain approved supervisor and appropriate Board documentation to be on track for licensure.
  • Provide quality behavioral health therapy using appropriate and best suited psychotherapy modalities for the specific issues of concern.
  • Work as a team player to provide a high level of patient care and community recognition as being a top notch center for excellence.
  • Work with psychiatrist and director of psychotherapy in treatment planning and goal setting.

Interested and qualified applicants may submit their resume to: .  Resume should include a contact telephone number and email address to set up an interview.


Posted 4/4/2018

Family Health Centers

Population Health-Care Coordinator

JOB DESCRIPTION
At Family Health Centers, we work hard because our patients deserve the best. FHC is currently seeking dedicated professionals with a positive attitude for the position of Population Health – Care Coordinator.  The Population Health – Care Coordinator is responsible for coordinating activities that enhance quality initiatives by assisting in care opportunity outreach.  The Care Coordinator works to connect patients with preventive services and completion of care gaps for the patients at Family Health Centers (FHC).   They coordinate care for all patients who are part of the assigned panel, especially those with serious, complex or chronic health problems or psychosocial issues.  A demonstrated skill in independently organizing and prioritizing workload in order to meet deadlines is required.

Examples of duties include:

  • Schedule patient appointments
  • Monitoring and completing preventive health measures, gaps in care.
  • Alert medical providers of diagnoses needing addressed for risk assessments and care gaps needing addressed during medical visits.
  • Use registry and other information to inform care team members of preventive care required for patients.
  • Counsels patients regarding recommended health screenings.
  • Ensures that patient data is entered into the computer system for follow up and reporting.
  • Identifies patients with Limited English Proficiency (LEP) and/or other communication barriers and uses appropriate interpretive services.
  • Scans documents into the patient’s electronic health record (EHR) as applicable.
  • Assist patients with accessing the patient portal.
  • Outreach patients who are overutilizing the emergency room and offer them appointments with their primary care provider here at FHC.

 To apply, send resume to .

Since 1976, Family Health Centers, Inc.(FHC) has served our community by providing provide primary and preventive medical care to adults, women and children without regard to the ability to pay for services. FHC employs nearly 400 professionals across many medical and clerical disciplines at 8 Louisville Metro Locations.  Our vision of service is to provide you and your family with the same care and attention we would want for our families and ourselves.   Last year we provided care to more than 39,000 children and adults.


Posted 3/19/2018

House of Ruth

Glade House Weekend Therapeutic Aide

Immediate Supervisor:  Director of Clinical Services

FLSA Classification: Part-time/Non-Exempt

Job Summary: The Therapeutic Aide is responsible for providing operational support for HIV/AIDS adults who participate in House of Ruth’s Glade House Emergency and Short-term Housing Program.  Glade House is a 24/7 housing facility for up to 13 homeless adults who are HIV-positive.

The position hours are Friday 4 p.m. to 11 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 9 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., with the opportunity to pick up additional relief shift hours.

Qualifications:

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Basic computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, and database management
  • Ability to work with underserved diverse populations
  • Willing to work flexible hours second or third shift
  • Must have a valid driver’s license, reliable transportation, and automobile insurance

Responsibilities:

  • Monitor residents’ activities
  • Help to provide a safe environment for residents and guests
  • Assist with routine drug and alcohol screenings
  • Assist with Glade House facility inspections
  • Document clients’ daily activities and therapeutic interventions related to goals and daily functions
  • Assist with Supervising Self Administration Medication (SSAM)
  • Supervise and assist residents as needed during meal preparation, housekeeping responsibilities, and other activities
  • Maintain clinical records as dictated by policies and procedures
  • Provide transportation to residents as needed
  • Maintain annual training requirements, plus 1st aid and TB testing requirements
  • Take inventory of equipment and supplies
  • Other responsibilities as assigned

 Physical Requirements:

Physical exertion requirements other than routine, e.g., off- and on-loading, carrying, lifting, or other movements related to the work of the position, will be undertaken with the advice of the supervisor.

To apply:  please submit resume to . Thank you for not telephoning about the status of your application. 

 


Posted 3/19/2018

Wish Program Associate

As a Wish Program Associate you will execute the mission of our organization by fulfilling children’s wish experiences, primarily by serving as the project manager for an assigned caseload. Your position is the key to delivering a child’s wish, and manages a budget in order to purchase items, schedule trips, and secure in-kind support.

Essential Job Functions You Will Perform

  • Manage an assigned caseload of children who are qualified referrals for a wish, according to established standards for medical eligibility crafted by Make-A-Wish America.
  • Track and report progress and speed of each wish within the caseload by communicating with volunteer wish granters, families and medical professionals and recording appropriate updates in database management software (Blackbaud) and chapter-specific forms and processes
  • Analyze data and generate reports related to wish progress in order to make recommendations to improve the wish journey of children within the individual’s and regional team’s caseloads.
  • Purchase items and travel related to delivering the child’s wish, after researching alternatives, managing the assigned budget and obtaining internal approvals above $4,000 per child
  • Solicit, secure and steward vendors/in-kind donors related to wishes for the organization in order to achieve assigned/leadership-level goals for average wish costs and operating fund expense control
  • Achieve individual, regional team and chapter-wide goals related to in-kind support, annual targeted number of wishes and average wish cost
  • Formulate recommendations and make decisions [related to donor strategies/donor operations/revenue-development training] that follow established standards and do not financially impact the organization in substantial ways.

Essential Skills and Abilities You Will Use Every Day

CultureContributor: Makes a positive contribution to the departmental, regional, and organizational culture. Models our shared values. Controls their own 20 square feet. Is a collaborative teammate. You will leads by positive example. Able to navigate ambiguity and helps others to do so as well.

Bandwidth/Focus: Adequately manages a large workload while focusing on the right things that make a difference. Does not focus too narrowly to the exclusion of other priorities. Really digs in and focuses when necessary. Bounces back quickly from a setback.

PersonalAccountability: Willing to answer for the outcomes resulting from their choices, behaviors, and actions. Takes ownership of situations they are involved in and takes responsibility for what happens – good or bad. Doesn’t “blame, complain, or defend” if things go wrong, and works quickly to make things right. Recognizes the impact of their actions on team performance. Accepts criticism and feedback.

RelationshipBuilding/ClientService: Builds rapport up, down, and across the organization. Establishes collaborative relationships to achieve objectives. Actively looks for win-win solutions to difficult situations. Develops networks of professional contacts and uses them for increased engagement with our mission. Actively learns about self and others. Ability to anticipate and respond to various needs of internal and external clients and deliver results.

Adaptability/ProblemSolving: Adapts to change quickly and easily. Exhibits a “can do” attitude regarding change. Makes suggestions for increasing effectiveness of programs, routines, etc. Shows willingness to learn new methods, procedures, or techniques. Shifts strategy or approach in response to the demands of a situation. Helps others adapt to change. Passionately addresses problems they encounter, defining and analyzing problems appropriately, and thinking through the implications of possible solutions.

Judgement/Discernment: Uses common sense and probing questions to identify root cause. Does not simply react to matters, but dives deep to understand an issue and create a resolution that makes sense. Understands how to prioritize daily workflow and creates focus on what’s important. Considers cost and efficiency when making decisions establishing or changing work procedures. Recognizes when to call out situations to a higher level.

Planning&Organization: Prioritizes and plans work activities. Sets goals and objectives, including written plans as necessary. Plans for additional resources and integrates changes smoothly. Works in an organized manner and uses time deftly. Evens strategy, planning, and execution.

DevelopmentandUseofTechnology/Tools: Demonstrates required technology skills and adapts to new technologies and procedures. Uses technology to increase productivity and adopts organizational requirements regarding documentation, routines, and protocols. Keeps technical skills up to date. When applicable, takes initiative to develop new technology tools, reports, etc.

DetailOriented/WorkQuality: Demonstrates attention to detail and quality. Achieves low error rate in daily work. Completes work according to procedures and standards. Spends time on what’s important. Provides information on a timely basis and in a usable form to others who need to act on it. Written communications are clear, well-written, and compelling. Seeks feedback as needed. Can attend to a broader range of activities without being derailed.

How To Apply:  Candidates may apply by emailing kronnebaum@oki.wish.org and providing the following information:

  • A completed Job Application
  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • Subject Line: Program Associate

Make-A-Wish Ohio, Kentucky & Indiana is committed to crafting a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. You will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. We strongly urge applications from those with these identities or who are members of other communities.

 



Posted 3/16/2018

KY State Government - Alternative Sentencing Worker

The Department of Public Advocacy’s Alternative Sentencing Worker (ASW) Program has expanded statewide, for a total of 45 positions, 4 of which are currently vacant\open.  We have hiring in Boone, Mason, Shelby, and McCracken County.  Please CLICK HERE to view the flyer that contains information about these positions and how to apply in order to get the applicant’s name on our requisitions. 


Posted 3/15/18

SelfRefind

We are seeking Counselor's in Louisville, Frankfort, Middlesboro, Barbourville, London, Morehead, Hazard, Pikeville, and Owensboro.

 Case Managers are needed in: Louisville, Middlesboro, Somerset, Danville, Bowling Green, Morehead, London and Hazard.

 Positions are full-time, salary is based on experience and licensure.

 Persons interested can apply on Indeed.com and search for Selfrefind.


Posted 3/14/2018

Indiana Department of Child Services

Job Description:

The incumbent works as a Child Services Family Case Manager within a Local County Office of the Department of Child Services (DCS).  The purpose of the position is to protect children from abuse and neglect and either maintain or reunify families whenever possible and, when in the best interest of the child, to achieve a permanent home or independent living for children unable to be reunited with their families in a timely manner.  The incumbent reports to either a Family Case Manager Supervisor 4 in the larger counties or to the County DCS Director in smaller counties.

Responsibilities:

  • Investigates reported incidents of child abuse, neglect or dependency, makes determination of whether or not the incident is substantiated and develops recommendations to a Juvenile Court or County Director for disposition.
  • Assesses safety and level of risk to the child for additional injury or harm, including whether the child is in imminent danger, and may remove the child from the family as the situation warrants; places child in a protected environment.
  • Performs needs assessments to determine treatment options for families and children evaluated to be abused/neglected or referred by law enforcement, other social service agencies or schools as a possible in need of services (CHINS).
  • Testifies in either a Juvenile or Criminal Court of Law concerning the needs of the families and children that are assigned to the incumbent’s caseload, the families’ ability to remedy the abusive/neglectful situation, or concerning alleged criminal activities of a parent or other perpetrator.
  • Makes recommendations to the court for the return of children to their families, following assessment of safety or risk to the child throughout the life of the case.
  • Prepares pre-dispositional, dispositional and progress reports to the courts, maintains case files and develops briefing reports for the community child protection team, in-office case staffings or external provider staffings.
  • Develops “informal adjustment” plans with families and children in their home to divert children from the juvenile justice system and meet the “least intrusive intervention” standard.
  • Develops case plans collaboratively with families to assist them in becoming more self-sufficient in a safe and nurturing environment and to ensure a permanent home for the child. This plan must be developed in a manner that recognizes unique needs and the diverse backgrounds of the children and their families. Revises case plan as needed to meet the dynamic needs of the child and family.
  • Monitors treatment plans of contractual service providers to determine if they are consistent with the case plan.
  • Develops discharge/transition programming to assist families and children to attain and maintain self-sufficiency in a safe environment.
  • Assesses the service capability of residential treatment programs and providers to ensure that they meet the needs of children and their families.
  • Accepts on-call responsibility periodically to receive and investigate allegations of child abuse/neglect.
  • Coordinates local service delivery for a family or children to assist them towards the establishment of a safe and stable home for children.
  • Counsels families regarding the social needs and skills of families and children.
  • Conducts home studies, family histories and recommends placement for adoption to an adoption team and assumes lead role in decision making regarding the family to be selected to adopt the child.
  • Visits children in out-of-home placements to coordinate family reunification, adoption or independent living efforts.
  • Maintains data which provides management an opportunity to evaluate family and children needs on a trend analysis basis.
  • Performs related duties as assigned.

Working Conditions:

  • You will be required to use your personal vehicle for work-related travel and transportation of children.
  • You will most likely be required to work over the “normal” schedule, including being on-call.
  • When you are “on-call”, there is a mandatory response time of one hour or less from the time you are notified of a call.
  • You may be required to work from more than one location during a given work week which may include travel to a specified region.
  • You may be required to fly to other states with possible overnight stays.
  • You will be required to maintain a valid drivers’ license and appropriate automobile insurance coverage at all times.

Hire Salary:

Starting salary for this position is $1298.00 bi-weekly or $33,748 annually. All applicants will be hired in at the starting salary. Upon successful completion of the 12-week cohort training, the salary will be increased at the beginning of the following pay period to $1376.00 bi-weekly or to $35,776 annually.

Benefits:

The State of Indiana offers a comprehensive benefit package which includes medical, dental, vision, life insurance, retirement plans and accrued leave.

Equal Employment Opportunity:

The State of Indiana is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

The Indiana Department of Child Services is a drug free work place.  Candidates are subject to pre-employment and random drug/alcohol testing.

Title of organization and the job title:

Indiana Department of Child Services, Region 18 Clark, Floyd, Harrison, Scott and Washington Counties (Cities Jeffersonville, New Albany, Corydon, Scottsburg, Salem, Indiana)

Whether full or part-time, or seasonal/contract position:

Full-Time

Eligibility requirements for the position:

Preferred Experience:

Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college/university required.  At least 15 semester hours or 21 quarter hours in child development; criminology; criminal justice; education; healthcare; home economics; psychology; guidance and counseling; social work; or sociology required (copy of transcript must accompany the application or must be submitted at the time of interview if granted).

Training:

This position requires completion of a mandatory 9 week training at the Child Welfare Training Institute, located in Indianapolis.  All classroom based modules will occur at the Institute, with several “Transfer of Learning” days happening at your local office. 

Contact information (name, address, phone, fax), so an applicant can submit their letter of interest.

Applicants are required to submit their application on the State of Indiana Job Bank located at http://workforindiana.gov search for job id 613140 or click the hyperlink below. 

https://hr.gmis.in.gov/psc/hrprd/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL?Page=HRS_CE_HM_PRE&Action=A&SiteId=1&FolderPath=PORTAL_ROOT_OBJECT.HC_HRS_CE_GBL2&IsFolder=false&IgnoreParamTempl=FolderPath

 


Posted 3/14/2018

House of Ruth

Temporary Full-time Housing Case Manager

Immediate Supervisor:  Housing Program Manager

FLSA Classification: Temporary/Full-time/Exempt

Overview:

House of Ruth is a 25-year-old nonprofit HIV/AIDS social services organization with a mission of providing housing and support services for people with HIV/AIDS and their families who are homeless, at risk of losing their homes, or need financial help.  We do this through a continuum of services:  emergency shelter, short and long-term housing, mental health counseling, substance abuse treatment, advocacy for clients,and basic needs assistance to provide food, clothes, rent, utilities, public transportation, and back-to-school support.

Ours is a culture that values professionalism and integrity, along with an unwavering commitment to House of Ruth’s mission.  The successful candidate is a hands-on problem solver who takes the job duties seriously but is able to find humor in the day-to-day, sometimes unpredictable occurrences of a nonprofit that provides direct services to an underserved client population.

 Job Summary:

The Temporary Full-time Housing Case Manager will serve in a time-limited capacity and assume the workload of a Regular Full-time Housing Case Manager scheduled to be away on military deployment through March 1, 2019.  The duration of this temporary position could be longer or shorter, depending on when the full-time employee returns to work.

Work hours are 1st shift Monday through Friday, 8:45 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. House of Ruth will consider flexible scheduling to accommodate school or other employment. No on-call responsibilities. 

 Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or a related field

Valid drivers’ license and reliable transportation

 Successful completion of motor vehicle and criminal records checks

Salary:  commensurate with education and experience

Benefits:  group medical insurance, paid time off, paid holidays

 Responsibilities:

  • Provides initial psychosocial assessment and updates on an ongoing basis
  • Provides case management and service coordination designed to assist clients in maintaining stable housing
  • Develops individualized case plan in collaboration with client in the areas of, but not limited to, daily living skills, money management, employment linkage, benefits establishment, linkage to substance abuse and mental health care, and all other services need to assist clients in reaching treatment goals
  • Assists clients in locating safe, affordable housing
  • Provides crisis intervention as needed
  • Serves as a client advocate with third parties as needed
  • Maintains required client documentation and progress notes
  • Additional, selected duties to be performed from time to time may be required as necessary

 Physical Requirements:

Physical exertion requirements other than routine, e.g., off- and on-loading, carrying, lifting, or other movements related to the work of the position, will be undertaken with the advice of the supervisor.

To apply:  please submit cover letter and resume to amiller@houseofruth.net, Housing Program Manager, 607 E. Saint Catherine St., Louisville KY 40203.  Thank you for not telephoning about the status of your application.  Review of applications will begin March 15 and continue until the position is filled.

 


Posted 3/8/2018

Addiction Counselor Cleanse Cllinic

About Cleanse Clinic: 

Cleanse Clinic is an CARF Accredited outpatient behavioral health and addiction treatment facility. We strive to offer a premium service in the community by providing comprehensive suite of integrated services that include intensive outpatient programs, psychiatric treatment, case management, medication assisted treatment, individual and group counseling. Together these programs target all aspects of substance abuse and other mental health issues.

Job Title: Addiction Counselor

Reports To: Clinical Supervisor

Job Description: 

Counselors are the primary point of contact with our patients during treatment. Their role is to regularly meet patients in treatment at Cleanse Clinic and support their needs for addiction counseling while maintaining the highest of state, federal and CARF standards. This includes the regular use of motivational interviewing, relapse prevention tools, and treatment plans to guide patients through their recovery.

Duties and Responsibilities may include: 

  • Initial Intake Assessments
  • Group Therapy Sessions
  • Individual Counseling
  • Treatment Team Meetings
  • IOP Sessions
  • Patient Induction Monitoring
  • Assist with Clinic when physician on site

Qualifications

  • Active Kentucky or Indiana LCADC, CADC, TCADC, CSW, LCSW, MFT, or MFT-A or equivalent license
  • 2+years in Addiction Counseling preferred
  • Preferred experience in MAT
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Successful completion of Criminal Background check

Key Competencies

  • Planning and organizing
  • Communication skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Adaptability
  • Customer service orientation
  • Problem solving
  • Judgment
  • Decision-making
  • Confidentiality
  • Integrity
  • Stress tolerance

SALARY: BASED ON QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Job Type: Full-time

Required license or certification:

CADC or Equivalent

Please email cover letters and resumes applying for counseling positions to:

Cleanse Clinic Downtown

645 Roy Wilkins Ave. 

1st Floor

Louisville, KY 40203

Phone: (502) 583-4902  Email:


Posted 3/6/2018

Centerstone KY/Developmental Services Division

Case Manager

Family Supports Services is the regional Point of Entry for accessing available supports and services for persons with developmental disabilities. This includes providing direct services and/or coordinating access to needed services to individuals in our community. We provide short term case management and assist people with DD/ID with applying for Medicaid Waivers as well as securing needed resources that are available in our community.  We also provide assistance and service linkage to individuals who are in crisis.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS   

  • Implements and coordinates treatment or habilitation plans for individual clients in assigned population group, including evaluation, consultation, and education, and follow-up services.
  • Provides personal case management through direct client contact, assessment, crisis assistance, client family contact, monitoring of client progress, etc.
  • Identifies services available in the community that could potentially benefit clients, arranges for delivery of those services, and assists clients in gaining access to services.
  • Monitors clients' progress by tracking their scheduled appointments, confirming services rendered, and performing periodic reassessments of their changing needs.
  • Provides psycho-social education to clients or their family members to increase their understanding of the client's illness, physical condition, or social situation.
  • Maintains accurate, thorough records on all assigned clients and uses the documentation to assist in evaluating client progress.
  • Communicates with supervisor and representatives of affiliates and other social service agencies on issues related to case management, resourcing, service collaboration, and development of new resources.
  • Provides advocacy services on behalf of clients, such as representation to other community care-giving agencies, and writing letters to expedite entitlement payments.
  • Arranges transportation for clients and their family members to scheduled appointments to facilitate linkage of treatment and support services.
  • Assists in obtaining housing for clients.
  • Assists, as needed, in recruitment and performance evaluation of service providers who work with SCS clients.
  • Other duties as assigned

Required Skills

  • Bachelor's degree in Social Work, Psychology, Sociology, Human Services, or Special Education.
  • Completion of required case management certification course within six months of date of employment.
  • Good interpersonal skills and written and oral communication skills.
  • Reliable transportation for frequent travel.

Required Experience

  • One year of clinical case management experience, or experience working directly with relevant client population.

Contact info

, Unit Manager

502.459.5292 ext. 7111


Posted 3/6/2018

Louisville Metro Government

Community Health Social Services Assistant II

Salary  $14.37

Opening Date  3/5/18

Closing Date  3/14/18 11:49 PM

DESCRIPTION:
Essential Functions
Conducts sociall evaluation assessments, and locates and refers patients to various social service agencies
Visits patients in the hospital and at home according to program protocols
Distributes literature and assists in teaching pre-natal classes
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
Examples Of Work
UNDER GENERAL SUPERVISION

  • Obtains demographic, social, medical, health risk, family environment, employment and financialinformation in order to enroll patients in pre-natal and resource mothers programs and to conduct a social evaluation assessment survey of pregnant teens and
  • Locates and refers patients to agencies for shelter, food, supplies, clothing, furniture, counseling, family planning, child support, prescription, examinations, medical or financial assistance; and composes correspondence on the patient's behalf Conducts infant car seat safety classes, and assists in teaching pre-natal classes to expectant mothers and their families on various topics
  • Visits new mothers and babies in the hospital, and conducts home visits as prescribed by pre-natal and resource mothers program protocols
  • Obtains, explains and distributes health education, child care, child development and parentingliterature, donated baby supplies and gifts to expectant mothers and their babies
  • Plans monthly meetings or events for program participants, and solicits merchants, businesses andcharitable organizations for program speakers, food and baby supplies, and small gift items
  • Contacts schools, community agencies and other social service providers to inform them about thepre-natal and resource mother's programs and to gain referrals from them
  • Completes charts, forms and patient records on the progress of the infant's care, development and immunizations, the expectant mother's knowledge of feeding and care for her baby, and clinic or home visits
  • Performs related work

Physical Requirement and Working Conditions

  • Meets regular and punctual attendance standards and any special needs of the position as determined by management, including mandatory overtime and performing related work

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

  • Associate's degree, Human Services, Social Science, Related field
  • One year of social service or health service experience and Associate's degree

Other Minimum Requirements
Must provide one's own source of transportation
Equivalency_
High school diploma or the equivalent
Three years of social service or health service experience
An equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted
SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:
U31
EOE

APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT: http://www.louisvilleky.gov/humanresources

 


Posted 3/1/2018

Southwestern Behavioral Healthcare

Outpatient Therapist – Boonville
Southwestern Behavioral Healthcare, Inc. and its affiliate corporations are the largest providers of community-based behavioral healthcare in Southwestern Indiana, offering a full range of mental health and addictions treatment and related educational services.

We are seeking a full-time Outpatient Therapist for our office in Boonville, Indiana. This position offers a competitive benefits package including health, dental, vision, 401K plan including employer contribution and match and a generous PTO plan. 

This position will provide individual, family and group therapy to children and adults on an outpatient basis. Both mental health and addictions treatment will be included. Position also provides clinical assessment, crisis intervention and treatment services to assigned outpatient populations to ensure the delivery of excellent patient care.

Applicants must have a Master's degree in Social Work, LSW and prefer LCSW. If not currently licensed, candidates must pass the LSW within 3 months of hire and the LCSW within six months of eligibility. Applicants must pass the required criminal background checks, pass a drug screen, hold a valid driver's license and qualify for Southwestern's vehicle liability coverage. 

Clinical Manager – Boonville/Princeton
Southwestern Behavioral Healthcare, Inc. and its affiliate corporations are the largest providers of community-based behavioral healthcare in Southwestern Indiana, offering a full range of mental health and addictions treatment and related educational services. 

We are seeking a full-time Outpatient Clinical Manager to manage our Boonville and Princeton locations. This position offers a competitive benefits package including health, dental, vision, Student Loan Assistance program, 401K plan including employer contribution and match and a generous PTO plan. 

This position will coordinate and manage clinical outpatient services with the core objective of ensuring continuous standards of excellence in client care, provide efficient management of office processes in order to be responsive to clients, other employees, and the community, manage assignment of client cases to therapists and monitor productivity, and provide individual, family and group psychotherapy to clients. This position is also responsible for supervision of assigned support staff and a certified medical assistant.

Applicants must have a Masters degree and be a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Prior supervisory experience is preferred with a minimum of five years of clinical mental health experience primarily in outpatient services working with a wide range of client diagnoses. Candidates must have excellent demonstrated leadership, communication and organizational skills.

Applicants must pass the required criminal background checks, pass a drug screen, hold a valid driver's license and qualify for Southwestern's vehicle liability coverage. All eligible candidates should complete an online application at www.southwestern.org/careers. 

Addiction Outpatient Therapist
Southwestern Behavioral Healthcare, Inc. and its affiliate corporations are the largest providers of community-based behavioral healthcare in Southwestern Indiana, offering a full range of mental health and addictions treatment and related educational services.

We are seeking a full-time Outpatient Therapist to provide outpatient services to adults with the primary diagnosis of substance use or addictions. Applicants must be able to conduct comprehensive evaluations and assessments, provide individual, group, family and marital psychotherapy, as well as family education as needed. 

Applicants must have a Master's degree in Social Work, LSW, LMFT or LCSW. MSW candidates not currently licensed must pass the LSW within 3 months of hire and the LCSW within six months of eligibility. Preference given to candidates who possess LCAC. Applicant must have knowledge of relevant clinical issues and 12 -step programs. Applicants must pass the required criminal background checks and pass a drug screen. 

Outpatient Therapist – Princeton
Southwestern Behavioral Healthcare, Inc. and its affiliate corporations are the largest providers of community-based behavioral healthcare in Southwestern Indiana, offering a full range of mental health and addictions treatment and related educational services.

We are seeking a full-time Outpatient Therapist for our office in Princeton, Indiana. This position offers a competitive benefits package including health, dental, vision, 401K plan including employer contribution and match and a generous PTO plan. 

This position will provide individual, family and group therapy to children and adults on an outpatient basis. Both mental health and addictions treatment will be included. Position also provides clinical assessment, crisis intervention and treatment services to assigned outpatient populations to ensure the delivery of excellent patient care.

Applicants must have a Master's degree in Social Work, LSW and prefer LCSW. If not currently licensed, candidates must pass the LSW within 3 months of hire and the LCSW within six months of eligibility. Applicants must pass the required criminal background checks, pass a drug screen, hold a valid driver's license and qualify for Southwestern's vehicle liability coverage. 

School Based Therapist
Southwestern Behavioral Healthcare, Inc. and its affiliate corporations are the largest providers of community-based behavioral healthcare in Southwestern Indiana, offering a full range of mental health and addictions treatment and related educational services. 

We are seeking a full-time School Based Therapist. This position offers a competitive benefits package including health, dental, vision, 401K plan including employer contribution and match and a generous PTO plan. 

This position will provide individual, family and group therapy to children identified to be at-risk by their school. Position also provides clinical assessment, crisis intervention, and treatment services in a school setting. 

Applicants must have a Master's degree in Social Work, LSW, LMFT or LCSW. MSW candidates not currently licensed must pass the LSW within 3 months of hire and the LCSW within six months of eligibility. Applicants must pass the required criminal background checks, pass a drug screen, hold a valid driver's license and qualify for Southwestern's vehicle liability coverage.

Community Based Therapist – Child & Family Services
Southwestern Behavioral Healthcare, Inc. and its affiliate corporations are the largest providers of community-based behavioral healthcare in Southwestern Indiana, offering a full range of mental health and addictions treatment and related educational services. 

We are seeking a full-time Community Based Therapist. This position will provide individual, family and group therapy to at-risk children and adults. Position also provides clinical assessment, crisis intervention, and treatment services in a community setting. 

This position offers a competitive benefits package including health, dental, vision, 401K plan including employer contribution and match and a generous PTO plan. 

Applicants must have a Master's degree in Social Work, LSW, LMFT or LCSW. MSW candidates not currently licensed must pass the LSW within 3 months of hire and the LCSW within six months of eligibility. Applicants must pass the required criminal background checks, pass a drug screen, hold a valid driver's license and qualify for Southwestern's vehicle liability coverage. 

Equal Opportunity Employer

Contact Information:

Lindsey Hays,Corporate Recruiter

Southwestern Healthcare, Inc.

415 Mulberry Street

Evansville, IN 47713

(P) 812-436-4229  (F) 812-424-1893  haysl@southwestern.org  www.southwestern.org