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 click here (JPG).

Semi-Senior Care Provider

"We are looking for a semi-senior care provider with experience and prefer a man for him. Our care concerns are: Medication Prompting, Companionship, Errands / Shopping, Transportation. Assistance with medication is needed. We're looking for someone to provide companionship. Duties include transportation (doctor's appointments, errands, etc.).

He is 56 with early onset Alzheimer’s. His wife is a student with busier days on Mon, Wed and Fri. He is not able to drive but loves to get out for walks and to a cafe. We are looking for someone from 10-1 on those days for $20 an hour. If you like amazing conversations about art, music, people, and life, you will love this job. If you are studying gerontology, you will learn a lot about how our brains change with dementia."

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. Our virtual visit program matches 2-3 college students with residents of long-term care, assisted living, and memory care communities for virtual video visits. These residents have been suffering from isolation, and your students could really brighten their days just by speaking with them. We provide training 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. This is both convenient, and allows more of the volunteers' time to be spent volunteering, rather than commuting to their volunteering location. We provide this program free of charge to seniors across the country, and have students from around the country as well. We would very much like to partner with you, and hope that your students would like to volunteer to help our seniors.

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. Students wishing for more visits or other opportunities that allow them to volunteer more hours can be accommodated with different ways to volunteer, such as assisting us with our social media, call support, or outreach. Please look through our website athttps://conversationstoremember.org(opens in new window). Your students can register to volunteer by filling out a volunteer interest form on our website. If you'd like a flyer to tell your students about us, you can find onehere (PDF)."

Social Worker (Level I & Level II) - Adoptions Specialist

The Butte County Department of Children and Family Services has requested an open recruitment for

Social Worker (Level I & Level II)  -  Adoptions Specialist.

If you are interested in applying for this position, click on the following link: https://agency.governmentjobs.com/buttecountyca/default.cfm(opens in new window).  

Once on that page, you can scroll down and click on the position you wish to apply for.

This a continuous recruitment.

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!

Academic Coach

This is an on-campus job opportunity:

Accessibility Resource Center (ARC) is hiring Academic Coaches for the spring 2023 semester! The Academic Coaching program is designed to increase retention, graduation rates, and quality of the college experience for students. Academic Coaches are trained in diversity and inclusion, as well as cultural competency, and work with students with a variety of learning differences to address their individual needs without bias or judgment.

Applicants should be undergraduate seniors or graduate level students, in good standing with a 2.5 GPA or higher, preferably in Social Work, MFT, Psych Science, Sociology, Social Sciences, or Education.

  • Support your peers on campus
  • Flexible hours that work around your class schedule
  • Gain valuable work experience and transferable skills for your future career

Apply on Handshake(opens in new window). Regular and Work Study positions available.

For more information about ARC and the Academic Coaching Program, check out the ARC website(opens in new window) or contact Nicole Clift, Accessibility Advisor and Program Coordinator, at nkclift@csuchico.edu or 530-898-5959.

Justice-Impacted Student Resources Student Assistant
This is an on-campus job opportunity:
Dr. Gabby Medina Falzone is looking for a part-time student assistant for the Spring 2023 semester to assist in developing resources for justice-impacted* Chico State Students. Responsibilities for this role include:
●     Assist in the outreach and recruitment of justice-impacted students for the new Rebound Scholars Student Club
●     Co-organize the weekly Rebound Scholars Student Club meetings
●     Co-coordinate meetings with relevant stakeholders in the development of aProject Rebound(opens in new window) chapter at Chico State
●     Provide input on the development of a Project Rebound chapter at Chico State
●     Compile a list of available funding for both the Rebound Scholars Student Club and a Project Rebound chapter at Chico State
Upward Bound: Task Team

Why you should apply:

  • Projects Available
  • Great networking opportunity
  • Earn a $1,089 stipend
  • Great resume booster
  • Earn 6 internship units
  • Give back to the community
  • Mentor first-generation and/or
  • low income high school students       
To view the flyer click here (PDF)
Targeted Case Manager/Family Liaison

Location: Prospect High School, Oroville Union High School District

JOB TITLE: Targeted Case Manager/Family Liaison
SALARY: Step 28 - $24.14 - $29.33 p/hr
WORKING HOURS: 8.0 hours/day; 7:30am – 4:00pm
AND DAYS: M-F; 240 days p/yr

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Other related duties may be assigned.
● Works with the parents, both at school and in the home environment, to assist them with school problems,
(academic, behavior, health and attendance), and family concerns whenever they can be of assistance.
● May be required to adjust his/her schedule to include evening meetings and home visits.
● Works with school personnel to determine needs of students to be served through Student Study Team
involvement, parent/teacher conferences, and IEP meetings.
● Attends regular staff meetings and workshops, as required.
● Assists parents in accessing services, scheduling appointments, and coordinating transportation.
● Maintain on-going and monthly case management reports, target case management logs, contact notes,
development of family plans and individual health service plans.
● Assists in making home visits, as required.
● Provide classroom support and student observations, as necessary.
● Performs related duties and responsibilities as required.
● Coordinates and communicates with social workers, teachers, and counselors to support students & families.

More information related to the job can be found here (PDF).

Coordinator of Advocacy Services

WellCat Safe Place at Chico State is hiring for a Coordinator of Advocacy Services. This position is full time and works an 11/12. 

Time Base: Full-time

Pay Plan: 11/12 (Month off TBD)

Work Schedule: Mon-Fri 8:00am-5:00pm

Salary Information:

$4,606 - $6,562 per month / $55,272 - $78,744 annually (Initial placement within the salary range for new employees is contingent upon education and experience). 

Job/Department Summary:

Under general direction of the WellCat Safe Place (WCSP) Advocate/Administrator, the Coordinator of Advocacy Services serves a key position attending to compliance with Title IX, Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), Campus Clery Act, and other legislation mandates as relates to interpersonal violence prevention and advocacy. The Coordinator is responsible for maintaining, developing, and supporting a comprehensive campus-based advocacy program where people who experience intimate partner violence, sexual assault, or stalking receive crisis intervention and advocacy services. Advocacy for students, faculty, and staff includes Title IX advocacy and navigation; criminal justice and legal advocacy; academic accommodations and advocacy; housing accommodations; accompaniment to court, hospital, police departments, and appropriate responses to various campus locations. The incumbent is responsible for collaborating with other campus departments, such as Title IX and Campus Clery, as well as community resources, such as local law enforcement and community advocacy agencies.

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 this page(opens in new window). Our application can be found here(opens in new window).

 The Flyer for the position can be viewed here (PDF).

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

Multiple Jobs for Lane County Behavior Health

Lane County Behavior Health is Hiring 

*Located in beautiful Eugene, Oregon - Lane County is currently offering sign on compensation ranging from $3000 to $15,000 for a two year commitment as well as relocation assistance for some positions. Please see job postings for details.* 

We have several teams looking for skilled qualified mental health professionals interested in  

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

Adult Outpatient Team positions includes:  

(1) Mental Health Specialist (QMHP/MHS1or2) – Team Jasper - Apply Here(opens in new window) 

Forensic Intensive Treatment Team (FITT) positions include: 

SUDS (QMHP/CADC/MHS1or2) – Apply Here(opens in new window) 

Civil Commitment Team positions include: 

(1)Post Commitment Liaison (MHS, Sr) –Apply Here(opens in new window) 

Lane County Behavioral Health offers:  

Competitive wages: PSS ($17.46-$23.33) MHS1 ($25.42-$33.94) MHS2 ($30.17-$40.32)  

Abuse Investigator ($27.23-$36.36), Supervisor ($35.81-$52.67) 

Work on collaborative teams to provide comprehensive care. Manageable workload expectations that support quality care. Excellent benefit package including CEU opportunities, licensure supervision, retirement contributions, excellent medical and dental options, paid time off. Potential for student loan repayment. Telework possible for some positions. 

For more information and to apply online, see our website at: 

https://.www.lanecounty.org/government/county_departments/human_resources(opens in new window) 

 

Clinician - Lake County

Title: Clinician

Job Description:

We are paying newly graduated students upwards of $90,000 per year to start and we are paying for a clinical supervisor while they work towards their full certification.  In addition, a signing bonus split over two years is also being awarded. ($5000 a year for two years for a total of $10,000)  

For more information, job description, and to apply, please click here(opens in new window).

Mental Health Crisis Specialist for Sierra Mental Wellness Group

Job Description: 

We are contracting out our afterhours mental health crisis services in Glenn County to Sierra Mental Wellness Group. They are hoping to hire local persons in the region to do afterhours crisis evenings, weekends, and holidays on a part-time basis, with a  certain number of shifts per month. This is a viable position for those who want to gain paid experience in the mental health field, and offers hours outside normal business hours for those still in school or who want to pick up some extra hours each month.

For more information and details about the position, please click here (PDF) to view the job flyer.

Please contact: Christyb@sierramentalwellness.org to send a resume and schedule an interview.

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, please click here (PDF) to view the flyer for the position.

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.

Psychotherapist (LCSW) for Adventist-Feather River Health Center

Psychotherapist (LCSW) for Adventist-Feather River Health Center. 

Job Title: LCSW-Psychotherapist 

Department: Behavioral Health 

Job Description: Full-time position at Adventist-Feather River outpatient clinic in Paradise, CA.  

Adventist Health is seeking a full-time psychotherapist to provide counseling for individuals experiencing behavioral health issues, including depression, anxiety, trauma, and substance use disorders. This is a full-time position, with a Monday-Friday day shift schedule. Other team members include psychiatrist, psychiatric nurse practitioner, nurse, and additional psychotherapists. LCSW is required.  

For more information about the position, please email acciaijr@ah.org 

Multiple Positions - Butte County Behavioral Health

Job Description:

Butte County Behavioral Health is currently hiring for the
Resiliency Empowerment Support Team, also known as the REST
Project. This project will build a collective framework to promote
engagement in services which will reduce negative outcomes of
untreated mental illness and or co-occurring disorders.

  • County-wide, Intensive Outreach & Engagement Team
  • Integrated, comprehensive services all at one site
  • Everhart Village, co-located next to various service sites
  • Pharmacy, Community Room and Computer Lab
  • Peer care coordination

The REST Project is an Innovation project funded through the
Mental Health Services Act. This dynamic program will be mostly
field-based working with unhoused individuals.

Available Positions Include:
-Supervisor, Clinician
-Clinician
-Counselor/Peer Counselor
-Peer Support Specialist
-Analyst
-Health Services Assistant
-Part time Psychiatrist
-Nurse

Program Specialist for United Way

Job Title: Program Specialist

Location: Redding, CA

Department: United Way of Northern California (UWNC)

Job Description: The Program Specialist – Grants Administration will provide vital support to UWNC’s incoming and outgoing grants activities. This position will interact with all UWNC departments and programs to manage grants and contracts, including maintaining and improving the grants management database and grant application portal; collaborating with internal stakeholders; monitoring all reporting; and processing documents and payments. The position will also provide high-level administrative and programmatic support to the Senior Director of Community Engagement and Senior Director of Programs. The Specialist will at times be called upon to support other community initiatives, including family financial stability and disaster recovery programs. The ideal candidate will possess and exhibit passion for United Way’s mission of service in the areas of health, education, financial stability, crisis response, and social equity and justice.

Lane County Behavior Health Positions

*Lane County is currently offering sign on compensation ranging from $3000 to $15,000 for a two year commitment as well as relocation assistance for some positions. Please see job postings for details.* 

We have several teams looking for skilled qualified mental health professionals interested in  

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

Adult Outpatient Team positions includes:  

 (3) Mental Health Specialist (QMHP/MHS1or2) – Team Jasper - Apply Here(opens in new window) 

Forensic Intensive Treatment Team (FITT) positions include: 

SUDS (QMHP/CADC/MHS1or2) – Apply Here(opens in new window) 

Work on collaborative teams to provide comprehensive care. Manageable workload expectations that support quality care. Excellent benefit package including CEU opportunities, licensure supervision, retirement contributions, excellent medical and dental options, paid time off. Potential for student loan repayment. Telework possible for some positions. 

Clinical Services Provider - Lake County

Title: Clinical Services Provider

Job Description:

Provide services to children, parents, teachers, administrators and
paraprofessional staff through a variety of special services, including psychosocial assessment,
diagnosis, counseling and consultation.

You do not need to be fully licensed.

For more information, job description, and to apply, please click here(opens in new window).

Social Service Aide

Social Service Aide position available in Modoc County

Click here (PDF) for the details, description and application information of the Social Service Aide position.

Social Workers I, II, & III

Social Worker positions available in Modoc County

Please click here (PDF) for the details, descriptions and application information of the Social Worker I and Social Worker II positions.

Please click here (PDF) for the details, description and application information of the Social Worker III position.

Social Worker Supervisor I & II

Social Worker Supervisor positions available in Modoc County

Click here (PDF) for the details, description and application information of the Social Worker Supervisor I position.

Click here (PDF) for the details, description and application information of the Social Worker Supervisor II position.

Behavioral Health Counselor Positions at Sherwood Montessori

Sherwood Montessori is hoping to hire two MSW or BSW individuals who can offer full-time behavioral/emotional support to students on campus.

The job description, requirements, and contact information can be found here (PDF).

Behavioral Health Counselors

Title: Behavioral Health Counselors

Description:

Butte County Behavioral Health Crisis Services is currently looking for extra help Behavioral Health Counselors. Attached is a copy of our extra help application and job specifications for Behavioral Health Counselors. Extra help positions are a great way for people to get their foot in the door. Currently, Butte County Behavioral Health does not have an open recruitment for full-time positions; however, once the recruitment opens extra help employees are able to apply and direct experiences is weight heavily in the hiring process for full time employees.  Applicants can drop their applications at the Crisis Services office located at 560 Cohasset Road, Suite 180, in Chico.

Social Workers in Fairfield and Surrounding Areas

Job Title: Social Worker

Location: Fairfield, CA and surrounding areas

Company: DaVita Kidney Care

Job Description: 

DaVita Kidney Care is looking for Social Workers in Fairfield, CA and surrounding areas. 

La Clinica de La Raza - Multiple Job Opportunities

Job Description: 

I am reaching out from La Clinica de La Raza(opens in new window), a health center with 35 sites in Solano, Contra Costa and Alameda counties. We employ over 60 staff in the behavioral health field in the three counties we serve. Our agency is looking for partnership opportunities with CSU Chico School of Social Work to inform current, graduating and alumni students about internship and job opportunities that we have at our agency. 

We have a few open clinician positions that graduating students and/or alumni may be interested in: 

We offer competitive salaries for MSWs or Master's in Counseling who are pursuing their LCSW or MFT licensure.