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Continuing Education Opportunities from NASw/Texas
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REGISTER NOW for The Renfrew Center Foundation’s Fall Seminar Training
Offering 6 CE Credits
Integrating Brain and Body: Mindfulness, Metaphor and Experiential Methods
Friday, October 9, 2015
at the Lakewood Country Club, 1912 Abrams Rd., Dallas, TX 75214
The seminar is from 9:00am – 4:00pm and includes a continental breakfast and a networking lunch. The Renfrew Center Foundation is dedicated to eliminating eating disorders by advancing education, prevention, advocacy, research and treatment. Our seminars are designed to help healthcare professionals develop skills in the prevention, assessment and treatment of behavioral and emotional disorders in women. For more information on this training or to register, please visit www.renfrewcenter.com or call 1-877-367-3383.
FREE Continuing Education Courses for Social Workers.
Texas Health Steps Online Provider Education offers 24/7 access to more than 60 online CE courses. Select courses provide an introduction to Case Management for Children and Pregnant Women, a program that offers health-related case management services to children with a health condition and to high-risk pregnant women. Many patients served by this program have complex needs that range from specialty referrals and medical equipment/supplies to educational, psychosocial, financial, and transportation services. Case managers, who are Licensed Social Workers or RNs, help patients and their families find and get these services. To learn more about Case Management services in Texas and register for a CE course, visit txhealthsteps.com.
NEW, Free Web Education Course
Understanding Malpractice Risk: What Social Workers Can Do
HIGH QUALITY ON-LINE CONTINUING EDUCATION FROM THE COMFORT OF YOUR HOME OR OFFICE, TX State Board of SW approval number 5089, www.yourceus.com
partners with 14 state chapters of NASW to offer: Exceptional course
content… Easy to use format…High level of support…24/7 immediate course
access. A wide variety of courses to fulfill your ethics requirements
and expand your clinical knowledge base. Contact us today at www.yourceus.com, 888-247-1991, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Classroom and Online Continuing Education Credits Available!
We Offer Affordable, Convenient, and High Quality CEUs.
Preparation for the State Licensing Exams, Trauma and Abuse, Military and Veteran Affairs,
Gerontology, Ethics, Stress Management, Dating Violence Prevention, Suicide Intervention,
Treatment Planning, Clinical Supervision Skills, Advocacy for Social Justice, and More!
For Course Descriptions log on to our website, www.uta.edu/ssw/pd.
Call or email us for a catalog!
CEUs accepted by: the Texas State Board of Social Work Examiners (#5712),
Texas Department of Health, Board of Professional Counselors (#2234),
Texas State Board of Examiners of Marriage and Family Therapists (#189),
and Oklahoma State Board of Licensed Social Workers (#20110138).
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Assistant/Associate/Full Professor and Department Head of Social Work
Tarleton State University invites applications for the Assistant/Associate/Full Professor and Department Head of Social Work. The Department Head is responsible for providing leadership and support for faculty and staff; creating a positive environment for teaching, research, and service, and working collaboratively with faculty. The Department Head is obligated to recruit, hire, train, and evaluate faculty and staff within the academic unit. The Department Head also teaches 12 hours per academic year, engages in professional development activities in the areas of teaching and practice, and serves in the active advisor role. Applicants must have a doctorate in social work from a regionally accredited institution; a scholarly record of achievements in teaching and research; demonstrated excellence in leadership, administration, and resource development; commitment to teaching excellence; and the ability to work effectively and collaboratively with faculty, university administrators, and other constituent groups; and experience with curriculum development, implementation, and evaluation. Final rank of appointment to Assistant/Associate/Full Professor will be based on candidates teaching and research credentials. Application accepted online only at https://jobs.tarleton.edu. Tarleton State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Veterans/Disability Employer.
Assistant Professor of Social Work
Tarleton State University invites applications for Assistant Professor of Social Work. This is a 9 month tenure-track position in our graduate Social Work Program. The primary responsibilities will be to teach six courses per academic year (3/3) in the MSW curriculum. Other faculty responsibilities include student advising, committee assignments, mentorship, professional activities of research, presentation and publication, and program, school, and university and community service. Travel across campus locations is required. Qualified applicants must have PhD in a closely related field; ABD status will be considered with definitive date for degree confirmation. Qualified applicants must also have a minimum of two years post MSW practice experience. The successful candidate must be a team player and demonstrate the ability to work both collegially and professionally with faculty as well as possess the ability to articulate diverse/multicultural perspectives as TSU is urban, rural, and metropolitan; willingness to engage in community partnerships and program development; and the flexibility to teach across the social work curriculum. Applications accepted online only at https://jobs.tarleton.edu/postings/4248. Tarleton is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Veterans/Disability Employer.
Program Director, AIDS Arms Homeless Program
If you would like to make a difference in peoples’ lives and be involved in a high profile national initiative, AIDS Arms, Inc. is seeking a Program Director to direct and manage all aspects of a Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) funded Special Project of National Significance focusing on providing a medical home for HIV positive individuals who are multiply diagnosed with mental health and substance abuse disorders and are homeless. The program director is responsible for ongoing program development and implementation as well as monitoring and evaluation. This position is responsible for cultivating and managing relationships with stakeholders, assuring that clients receive high quality care, staff supervision and ensuring fidelity to the project work plan. Requirements include a master’s degree in social work, psychology or counseling, three years’ experience in a relevant field working with individuals with complex needs and demonstrated supervisory experience. Licensure to provide clinical services - LMSW, LPC, LMFT- is required; LCSW or LPC(S) preferred. Interested candidates should apply online at https://aidsarms.companycareersite.com/.
Announcement of Position Vacancy for Sr. Governance Associate with the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SOCIAL WORKERS, INC., 750 First Street, NE, Ste. 800, Washington, DC 20002
Qualified staff are urged to apply.
DIVISION/DEPARTMENT: Executive/Executive Office
Pay Level: VII (Exempt)
The Senior Governance Associate (SGA) is responsible for providing support necessary for the smooth operation of the Governance function of the Executive Office. This includes, but is not limited to, administrative support for the Board of Directors (BoD), the Executive Committee of the Board, and the NASW President/President Elect. The SGA must have the ability to work independently, seeing projects from concept to completion, and must be able to work under pressure, handling a wide variety of activities and confidential matters with discretion. Work activities are performed under the general supervision of the Manager, Executive Office & Governance.
Basic Duties & Responsibilities: National Board Support (Governance)
- Organizes and attends meetings, conference calls, and events of the Board of Directors and related committees when appropriate. Develops agendas in conjunction with senior staff. Records and distributes meeting minutes and follows up on meeting tasks and assignments.
- Assists senior staff in preparing for, and participation in, meetings of the Board of Directors, Executive Committee, and NASW President/President Elect. Prepares and disseminates to senior staff any follow-up assignments emanating from these meetings.
- Assures the development and maintenance of appropriate records, reports, and minutes of the meetings and actions of the Board of Directors, Executive Committee, and NASW President/President Elect.
- Provides administrative and logistical support to the Board of Directors and Executive Committee during BoD meetings.
- Coordinates the Board of Directors’ travel and expense processing.
- Assists with special requests and provides support for BoD as needed.
- Provides administrative and logistical support to the NASW President/President Elect including but not limited to the maintenance of the President’s calendar as it relates to Association business and preparation of materials for those meetings.
- Briefs staff on appointments and schedule of the President/President Elect. Responds to related inquiries from membership and staff.
- Receives, routes and tracks the President’s correspondence. Establishes and maintains confidential files. Researches and drafts responses to correspondence and inquiries as appropriate.
- Coordinates the President/President Elects’ travel and presentations to chapters.
- Ensures timely follow up to matters requiring the President/President Elects’ attention.
- Conducts research for speeches and reports.
- Assists with special requests as needed.
Committee Action & Support:
- Manages and facilitates the appointment process of the Association’s numerous committees including prescreening candidates.
- Prepares packages of nominations and prescreens submissions prior to submitting nominations to appropriate committee(s). Develops related correspondence for review and signature as appropriate.
- Coordinates the NASW National Election process. Administers and facilitates the NASW National Elections and works with various stakeholders to ensure compliance with NASW Election rules.
- Coordinates and manages the national awards program, reception and ceremony during the Association’s Annual Leadership Meeting/National Conference or other similar events.
- Maintains a master schedule of committee meetings and distributes notices and meeting materials to appropriate members of the staff and committee members.
- Other duties and projects as assigned.
- Manages the daily operations of the Governance function in order to execute goals and objectives in accordance with program plans, strategic plan and budget.
- Ensures the Board SharePoint site is maintained and accessible to all Board members.
- Ensures the content on the Governance webpage and connected links on the NASW site are maintained and contain current information.
- Provides back-up support to the Executive Office as needed.
- Other duties as assigned.
Minimum Work Requirements:
- Requires demonstrated strong interpersonal skills, including the ability to interface effectively at the executive level, with Board members, Association committees, and across the organization.
- Requires strong writing skills, including the discernment to draft reports and records tailored to meet the needs of a particular audience.
- Requires strong organizational and planning skills, including the ability to perform and prioritize multiple/competing tasks
- Must be able to effectively track projects and tasks, ensuring timely follow up. Project management a plus.
- Must be able to handle confidential information with sound judgment and discretion.
- Must be able to effectively build relationships with stakeholders, including staff, board members, and external partners.
- Requires demonstrated analytical, quantitative, and budget administration skills.
- Must be detail-oriented without losing sight of the big picture.
- Requires advanced skills with the Microsoft Office suite including Word, Excel and PowerPoint. SharePoint experience is a plus. Ability and willingness to learn and attain proficiency in new computer application programs.
- Ability to demonstrate a calm demeanor when multiple/competing deadlines occur. Ability to achieve performance goals and meet deadlines in a fast paced environment.
- Qualified candidate must possess a minimum of five years of relevant work experience working with high-level decision makers, board members, and senior leadership. Nonprofit background a plus.
- Bachelor's degree or equivalent required.
- Experience with meeting planning and the orchestrating of large scale meetings a plus.
- Qualified candidate must have demonstrated knowledge of governance in complex organizations including a strong knowledge of "Robert’s Rules of Order” and association governance.
- Problem Solving/Analysis – Designs creative business solutions utilizing IT experience and expertise while recognizing the specific needs of the client. Provides direction in complex problem-solving situations.
- Communication Proficiency – engages effectively with stakeholders using appropriate modes and methods of communication to achieve desired outcomes. Includes strong customer service orientation and the ability to handle conflict appropriately as needed.
- Relationship Management – Establishes and maintains credibility in interactions with customers and vendors. Builds effective relationships with organizational stakeholders, utilizing teamwork and direct communication. Demonstrates approachability and openness.
- Technical Expertise and Practice – Remains current on recent technological developments. Develops and utilizes best practices. Identifies ways to improve operational efficiency.
- Adaptability – Must be flexible and able to reprioritize work as situations change while completing required work within established time frames.
- Initiative – He/she sees the big picture and recommends appropriate risks so as to produce the desired results. He/she is not content with simply maintaining the status quo.
- Results driven – He/she sees the big picture, develops and monitors key performance metrics, and takes appropriate risks so as to produce the desired results. He/she is not content with simply maintaining the status quo.
Please submit your cover letter, resume, and salary history with the position announcement number #1394 to: The Office of Human Resources at email@example.com.
NASW IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.
Hardeman County Memorial Hospital's Alternatives Program in Quanah, Texas, is seeking an LCSW, LMSW, or LPC to work in our outpatient mental health program for senior adults.
Applicant is responsible for providing individual, family, and group counseling, case management, and documentation of those services. Full time position, Monday – Friday from 8:30 am – 5:00 pm, no on call, and no weekends. Applicant must be a team player with effective time management skills and great communication skills, oral and written. Excellent pay and benefits. For further information, please contact Pauline Velez, LCSW, at (940) 663-2100 ext. 145. HCMH is an EOE.
The MSW Program at Texas Tech University (TTU) announces an opening for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor of Social Work, scheduled to begin fall, 2016.
The program is housed in the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work (HEAF SASW) in the College of Arts and Sciences on the main TTU campus in Lubbock, Texas, home to 35,000 students. The MSW program is presently in pre-candidacy for accreditation with CSWE. The BSW program is accredited by CSWE (see http://www.depts.ttu.edu/socialwork/.) The new faculty member will most likely teach in both programs. To view the position online & apply candidates should go to http://www.texastech.edu/careers/faculty-positions.php, click Search Openings, enter only Requisition ID 4867BR, then scroll down and hit the Search button. Queries should be directed to Helen Morrow, PhD, LCSW, at firstname.lastname@example.org. The full ad, including EEOC statement, may be viewed at http://www.depts.ttu.edu/socialwork/MSW_Program_Pages/MSW_Documents/AP_AD.pdf.
Full Time Counselor or Social Worker
Jewish Family Service of Greater Dallas is seeking a full-time Licensed Counselor (LCSW, LPC or Psychologist) to provide individual, group and family therapy services to adults and children. Additional responsibilities will include the coordination of the Special Needs Resource Team and their work in the schools we serve through School-Based Interventions, Occupational Therapy, Speech Language and other services. Doctoral or Master’s degree in related field, current Texas clinical license and a minimum of 3 years’ experience working with and counseling individuals and families with special needs. Email resume to: email@example.com. EOE
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Clinical Supervision by a Board approved supervisor, LCSW, BCD, CGP, with an interactive teaching style. Rates for individual and/or group sessions. Kathy T. Rider, LCSW, BCD, CGP, firstname.lastname@example.org. 512-452-8948, ext. 4.
Office Space located in Central Austin one block North of 35th and Jefferson in the Franklin Square Bldg. Office space on 2nd floor with windows available for lease. Amenities: kitchen with refrigerator and microwave, break room, bathroom, copier, fax machine, internet access, 24 hr answered voice mail phone system, file room and surface parking. Collegial group in 6 office suite with shared waiting room. $960 per month (12.9 x 21.2). Contact Kathy Rider, LCSW at 512 452-8948 ext 4 or email@example.com
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