School of Social Work

Employment Opportunities

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Butte County Behavioral Health Employee Recruitment

The Butte County Behavioral Health Department is currently recruiting new employees.

For more information and to view incentives. (JPG)

COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKER/LIVED EXPERIENCE

Salary - $37,871.04 - $56,711.04 Annually

Location - Los Angeles County, CA
Job Type - Full time
Job Number - T8103C
Department - CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES
Opening Date - 11/21/2023
Closing Date - 12/14/2023 5:00 PM Pacific
Job Description:
Lane County Behavioral Health - Multiple Openings

Located in beautiful Eugene, Oregon

Several teams looking for skilled qualified mental health professionals interested in

client-centered, community based care for the most vulnerable in the community.

*Positions eligible for $4,500 recruitment compensation

 Crisis Services Team positions includes:

Crisis Services Supervisor- Apply Here(opens in new window)

 *Adult Outpatient Team positions includes:

 Mental Health Specialist (QMHP/MHS1or2)- Apply Here(opens in new window)

Peer Support Specialist - Apply Here(opens in new window)

 *Forensic (PSRB/370) Team positions include:

Mental Health Specialist (QMHP/MHS1or2)- Apply Here(opens in new window)

 *Treatment Center Team positions include:

Mental Health Specialist (QMHP/MHS1or2)- Apply Here(opens in new window)

 Lane County Behavioral Health offers:

Competitive wages: PSS ($17.81-$23.80) MHS1 ($26.45-$35.31) MHS2 ($31.39-$41.95)

ASCP Adult and Senior Care Jobs and Programs

ASCP Adult and Senior Care Jobs and Programs

For more information, please see the ASCP flyer (PDF).

Los Angeles County Employee Recruitment

The County of Los Angeles is currently recruiting new employees.

For more information and to view current job listings.(opens in new window)

Children's Social Worker II in Los Angeles County
Salary - $74,381.52 - $85,178.16 Annually 
Location - Los Angeles County, CA
Job Type - Full time
Job Number - T9072M
Department - CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES
Opening Date - 12/14/2023
Children's Social Worker Trainee in Los Angeles County
Salary$48,437.52 - $61,828.32 Annually
Location/County - Los Angeles County, CA
Job Type - Full time
Job Number - T9072M
Department - CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES
Opening Date - 12/14/2023
Home & Heart Homesharing Program Coordinator

Home & Heart is Butte County’s homesharing organization whose mission is to assist older adults to age in place, decrease isolation, and expand the stock of affordable housing in Butte County. We facilitate homesharing matches between older adults who want to age in place (home providers) with adults who are seeking affordable housing willing to help (home seekers). Home & Heart has a comprehensive process that supports participants every step of the way. The Program Coordinator manages our client portfolio as the primary point of contact for participants while also working to support our mission.

This position is full time $21.00 - $24.00 per hour, includes 25 days of PTO annually, reimbursements for mileage, and includes a monthly health and wellness stipend of $200.

UCLA Public Health Scholars Training Program

The UCLA Public Health Scholars Training Program is an intensive 8-week summer program for undergraduate students and recent graduates to explore the field of public health.

Why Apply:

  • Gain public health knowledge
  • Connect with Los Angeles
  • Participate in health equity initiatives
  • Develop your professional skills
  • Create long-lasting relationships
  • No GPA requirement
  • $4,000 stipend + housing, partial meal plan, and
    metro tap card provided by the program

Summer 2024 Program: June 23 - August 17

LCSW / LMFT at Colusa Indian Health Clinic
Position Title: Licensed Clinical Social Worker/Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LCSW / LMFT)
Department: Colusa Indian Health Clinic
Reports to: Director of Clinic Operations
Classification: Exempt
Position Status: Regular, Full Time
Location: In-person in Colusa, CA

POSITION SUMMARY:

Under the general supervision of the Clinic Medical Director and Director of Clinic Operations, the incumbent is assigned to the Colusa Indian Health Clinic. The incumbent provides counseling services to individuals, families, children, youth and adults. In addition, the therapist is responsible for providing assessments, diagnoses, and individual and group counseling services. The incumbent is expected to work in accordance with the mission, purpose, and values of the Colusa Indian Community Council.

Colusa Indian Community Council, in compliance with the Drug-Free Workplace Act, is committed to maintain a workplace free of drugs and alcohol.

As a routine part of the pre-employment process, all candidates for employment must successfully pass pre-employment drug screening.

LCSW for Mendocino Community Health Clinic

Job Title: LCSW

Company: Mendocino Community Health Clinic, Inc.

Job Type: Full-Time

Position Description:

Mendocino Community Health Center (MCHC) has an opening for a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) to join our team providing therapy services in a primary care setting. MCHC provides comprehensive services for the communities of Mendocino and Lake Counties that, in addition to behavioral health, include primary care, dental, women's services, and specialty care services. There is strong team support and a multidisciplinary care team approach to care. The mission of MCHC Health Centers is to provide the highest quality healthcare for everyone in our communities. We ensure that there are no closed doors for those seeking care at MCHC in Lake and Mendocino Counties.


We are seeking a bi-lingual (Spanish/English) California licensed therapist to join.

ASW at Mendocino Community Health Clinic

Job Title: ASW

Company: Mendocino Community Health Clinic, Inc.

Job Type: Full-Time

Position Description:

Mendocino Community Health Center (MCHC) has an opening for a ASW to join our team providing therapy services in a primary care setting. MCHC provides comprehensive services for the communities of Mendocino and Lake Counties that in addition to behavioral health include primary care, dental, women's services, and specialty care services. There is strong team support and a multidisciplinary care team approach to care. The mission of MCHC Health Centers is to provide the highest quality healthcare for everyone in our communities. We ensure that there are no closed doors for those seeking care at MCHC in Lake and Mendocino Counties.

We are seeking a bi-lingual (Spanish/English) California ASW to join our dynamic team.

Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) - Two Counselor Positions Open

There are 2 vacant master level counselor positions in the Chico branch office.

The Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) administers the largest vocational rehabilitation program in the country. We have a three-pronged mission to provide services and advocacy that assist people with disabilities to live independently, become employed and have equality in the communities in which they live and work. DOR provides consultation, counseling and vocational rehabilitation, and works with community partners to assist the consumers we serve.

VISION STATEMENT:
Employment, independence, and quality for all Californians with disabilities.

MISSION STATEMENT:
DOR works in partnership with consumers and other stakeholders to provides services and advocacy resulting in employment, independent living, and equality for individuals with disabilities.

People with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Please visit our website to learn more about DOR and our mission:

Department Website: http://www.dor.ca.gov(opens in new window)

SENIOR VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION COUNSELOR, QUALIFIED REHABILITIATION PROFESSIONAL:
$4,636.00 - $6,069.00 A
$4,748.00 - $6,369.00 B
$5,081.00 - $6,665.00 C
Youth4Change HEART Program - Heart Clinician

HEART, a program of Youth for Change, is hiring for two full time clinicians. The HEART program works with homeless and runaway youth between the ages of 12-17 in Butte County. YFC has tons of benefits.

Recent graduates and others with a Master's degree and an LCSW or LMFT can apply for this position on Youth for Change's Website(opens in new window).

For more information, please view the job flyer (PDF).

CHAT: Chico Housing Action Team - Social Services Supervisor

Job Title: Social Services Supervisor 
Wage: $64,480-$80,000 
Location: Chico, CA 
Classification: Exempt 
Job Overview: Chico Housing Action Team provides affordable rental housing for people who are without housing, and provides the supportive services needed to enable residents to maintain long term housing stability.  Under the supervision of the Social Services Director, this positionis responsible forleadership and support of CHAT’s various housing programs, employees, and residents.  

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Assist the day-to-day operations of CHAT’s housing programs through collaborative and supportive leadership  
  • Manage, coach, mentor, and support staff to problem solve, and provide efficient social services to CHAT residents 
  • Ensure that staff feel supported, valued, and empowered to fulfill their job responsibilities to the best of their abilities 
  • Support the implementation and the update of CHAT’s policies, procedures, ethics and guidelines 
  • Facilitate weekly team meetings that foster an environment of collaboration and healthy communication, problem solve any current concerns within the programs   
  • Facilitate bi-weekly one on one supervision meetings with individual staff members to check-in, support professional growth, discuss issues within their CHAT houses, and assist with ongoing goal planning. 
  • Provide back-up services and/or ensure coverage of program staff during vacations and emergencies 
  • Provide monthly board reports for each program 
  • Assist in serving 3-day behavioral correction notices for residents 
  • Support de-escalation and problem solving with residents who are in an emotional or mental health crisis 
  • Ensure that all client files and case notes are being stored and documented correctly and ethically 
  • Collaborate with other agencies to ensure that needed services are being provided to residents 
  • Train new housing support coordinators 
  • Providing ongoing assessment of the programs and purpose modification strategies to the Social Services Director and assist in a plan of implementation 
  • Model and communicate appropriate positive attitude toward CHAT’s mission, vision, and values 
  • Attending committee and department meetings as appropriate –gathering prior information from staff. Communicate and distribute all information to social services staff.    
  • Perform other duties as necessary for the agency
Required Qualifications:
  • Three or more years of experience in the social work field 
  • Master's degree in social work or equivalent experience 
  • Experience in a leadership/supervisory role 
Preferred Qualifications:
  • Knowledge of housing resources in Butte County 
  • Knowledge of public benefits (SSI, G.A., Veterans Resources, etc.) 
  • Experience using the HMIS and coordinated entry systems 
  • Experience in crisis intervention and de-escalation 
  • Bilingual in Spanish, Hmong, or American Sign Language 
Knowledge, skills, and ability:
  • Knowledge of community resources and ability to share information effectively with volunteers, staff, and clients 
  • Ability to work cooperatively with different types of personalities 
  • Ability to work effectively and empathetically with people who have experienced trauma, mental illness, substance abuse issues, and other challenges 
  • Ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships with others, both internally and externally, to achieve the goals of the organization 
  • Ability to set priorities, develop a work schedule, monitor progress toward goals, track details, data, information, and activities 
Core Competencies:
  • Build relationships: Establish and maintain positive working relationships with others, both internally and externally, to achieve the organization’s goals.   
  • Behave ethically: Understand ethical behavior and business practices, and ensure one's own behavior and the behavior of others is consistent with these standards and aligns with the values of the organization  
  • Communicate effectively: Speak, listen, and write in a clear, thorough, and timely manner using appropriate and effective communication tools and techniques.   
  • Create and innovate: Develop new and unique ways to improve the operations of the organization and create new opportunities with a solution-focused approach.   
  • Foster teamwork: Work cooperatively and effectively with others to set goals, resolve problems, and make decisions that enhance organizational effectiveness.   
  • Organize: Set priorities, develop a work schedule, monitor progress towards goals, and track details, data, information, and activities.   
  • Solve Problems: Assess problem situations to identify causes, gather and process relevant information, generate possible solutions, and make recommendations and/or seek any necessary guidance to resolve problems effectively. 
San Francisco Boys and Girls Clubs - Children's Mental Health Clinician I & II
2023 graduates - Interested in a behavioral health position that supports both kids and families in the Bay Area?
The Boys and Girls Club positions require a MSW, MFT, or MA in Psychology and while experience is preferred, it is not required. Their Children's Mental Health Clinician I(opens in new window) and Children's Mental Health Clinician II(opens in new window) are full time exempt positions, and are eligible for all of their benefits. Most importantly their Citywide Director of Behavioral Health, Debby Machold (MA, MSW, LCSW), is able to provide clinical supervision.
Volunteer Opportunity with Conversations to Remember

"Conversations to Remember is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, dedicated towards combating loneliness and isolation felt by senior citizens. We are very interested in partnering with you to have your students volunteer with us to help these seniors."

  • Virtual visit program matches 2-3 college students with residents of long-term care, assisted living, and memory care communities for virtual video visits.

  • Brighten the days of Seniors just by speaking with them.

  • Training provided to the students in the program about the best ways to interact with the seniors, as well as additional support throughout their service.

  • Since these visits are virtual, your students can do it without any travel.

  • We provide this program free of charge to seniors across the country, and have students from around the country as well.

  • Typically, Students volunteer 1-2 hours per week.

  • Each call lasts up to one hour, based on the senior's attention span and mood on each day.

  • We expect students to volunteer for approximately 16 weeks, so that they can build a friendship with the senior.

  • This does not need to coincide with the start of a semester, as we have new seniors starting all the time, and train new volunteers weekly.

  • The students are matched based on the times that they're available, with a senior who is available at the same time, and they will have a regular, weekly appointment for their visit.

Santa Clara County Social Worker II & III

Santa Clara County Social Worker II and III Job Flyers:

Social Worker II (PDF)

Social Worker III (PDF)

Multiple Jobs at Sutter County Health and Human Services
Job Titles: Social Worker, Counselors, Therapist, Supervisors
Company: Sutter County
Posted On: 1/12/23
Apply Before: Open
Job-Type: Full-Time

Job Description:

Sutter County Health and Human Services is currently recruiting for multiple positions within the department. Come and join a great team!

The Positions:
*Intervention Counselor I and II - SUDS and Non-SUDS
*Mental Health Therapist I/II/III
*Social Worker III/IV - Extra Help
*Social Worker IV
*Social Worker Supervisor II

For Social Worker IV recruitments, current students preparing to graduate with a MSW are encouraged to apply!

Post-Graduation Service Opportunity with Hands of Hope

Want to make a difference in the lives of young children?

Casa de Esperanza seeks applicants for the Hands of Hope House Parent Program. Casa de Esperanza provides residential foster care to children ages birth through six who are in crisis due to abuse, neglect, or the effects of HIV. For a complete description, visit our website(opens in new window). Please see our Our application (opens in new window)to apply.

 The Flyer for the position (PDF).

For more information, please contact Darean Talmadge at dtalmadge@casahope.org.

New York Psychotherapy and Counseling Center

New York Psychotherapy and Counseling Center's Remote Clinic is currently looking to hire students and alumni with an MSW degree. NYPCC is a premier mental health provider in New York, serving close to 30,000 clients per year across our three Child and Family Mental Health Centers. 

We are interested in recruiting Chico State graduating MSW students and/or alumni to be employed by NYPCC for a fully remote position.  This position brings with it a host of benefits including receiving New York compensation while working 100% from home.

For more information or to apply/send in your resume. (PDF)

Probation Aide for Sacramento County

Job Title: Probation Aide

Company: Sacramento County

Job Description:

Under close supervision, Probation Aides learn to apply the principles and techniques of probation work; supervise and counsel individuals detained in, committed to, or sheltered in one of several County juvenile institutions; supervise minors assigned to Work Project; and provide close supervision of minors placed on home supervision.

Probation Aides are typically hired as temporary replacements for regular Probation staff who are absent due to vacation, sick leave, military duty, leave without pay, or other reasons. All Probation Aide positions are currently temporary intermittent  positions, also known as on-call positions, which are limited to 1560 hours worked per year. Probation Aides may be assigned to full-time and/or part-time hours, not to exceed 1560 hours worked.