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Continuing Education Opportunities from NASw/Texas
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Understanding Malpractice Risk: What Social Workers Can Do
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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!
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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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Homeless Project Case Manager
The Homeless Project Case Manager provides case management for homeless children and families at three Tarrant County shelters, serving as liaison with partner and community resource agencies. Job includes assessment and reporting on the needs of homeless children and families. LMSW required. Send resume to Sherri Pratt, Director of General Counseling SPratt@womenscentertc.org. No phone calls please.
National Association of Social Workers/Texas Chapter (NASW/TX) Mental Health Policy Fellow - Full Time Exempt- For 24 months-Grant Funded
MSW degree required (within the last 18 months). Experience in legislative and/social policy analysis, working knowledge of both the legislative and political processes at the state level, understanding of social work values and policies; sensitivity, knowledge, and experience with minority issues is desirable.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:
- Ability to communicate effectively in both oral and written form.
- Knowledge and experience with computer software and social media.
- Ability to represent the Association in establishing, maintaining, and enhancing cooperative working relationships with other organizations, members of state government (elected officials and agency staff), coalitions, stakeholders, the media, and the general public.
- Ability to assist with legislative strategies and public policy initiatives for the benefit of NASW/Texas.
- Understanding of the objectives of a membership organization.
- Ability to persevere and focus in the face of obstacles.
- Ability to work with individuals with diverse political views, particularly in terms of identifying areas of mutual interest when appropriate.
- Ability to think and plan proactively and creatively.
- Ability to work some nights and weekends.
The Mental Health Policy Fellow works with the Executive Director and Director of Government Relations, Ad Hoc Legislative Committee and TPACE Board to assist with the development, management, and implementation of strategies to inform and influence mental health public policy at the state level on issues and in areas of importance to NASW/Texas.
A. Legislative Arena
- Develops background research to support NASWs mental health legislative initiatives.
- Provides analysis of proposed legislation related to aforementioned legislative agenda
- Tracks legislation affecting clients and/or the profession
- Works with Executive and GR Director to communicate support, opposition, or amendments to legislation through letters, fact sheets, testimony, and meetings with legislators and committee staff. Maintains positive relationships with government officials and their staff.
- With Executive and Government Relations Director, develops and implements action strategies to influence legislators, including developing and coordinating expert testimony by members and staff. Prepares talking points for association-related bills.
- Assists in mobilizing membership to advocate for chapter legislative agenda as needed. Develops and distributes legislative alerts as appropriate.
B. Regulatory Arena
- Mobilizes membership as needed for communicating with state policymakers.
- Social Work Professional Arena
- Educates and mentors social work interns at the association with regard to public policy advocacy and legislative action.
Interested individuals should email, fax or mail a letter of interest postmarked by June 10, 2016, along with a resume to:
Miriam Nisenbaum, LMSW, ACSW, Executive Director
810 W. 11th Street
Austin, TX 78701-2010
Competitive salary plus excellent benefits including Medical, Dental, Vision, Retirement, 11 paid holidays, and 2 weeks vacation, 2 weeks sick leave. Position is in Austin, Texas and will begin in early July 2016.
Children’s Health – Children’s Medical Center Health Plan (CHCMCHP) is seeking LBSW’s, LMSW’s & LCSW’s for Case Manager/Service Coordinator
Full-time roles to assess pediatric healthcare needs and work in collaboration with a multidisciplinary team for best client outcomes. These positions are located in Dallas and will include specific surrounding counties.To learn more about these positions at CHCMCHP please visit our careers section at our website, www.childrens.com, or Join us at one of our three future career event dates (listed below) where we will have on site interviews for these roles:
- Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 1320 Greenway Drive, 1st floor Conference Room, Irving, TX 75038, 3pm – 6pm
- Monday, May 23, 2016 at Trinity Towers, 2777 Stemmons Freeway, 1st floor Conference Room, Dallas, TX 75207, 3pm – 6pm
- Thursday, May 26, 2016 at Children’s Health, Plano Campus, 7601 Preston Road, 1st floor Speese Conference Room, Plano, TX 75024,
3pm – 6pm
For additional information, please email Jose Castaneda, Recruiting Partner at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Employee Services Specialist
This position supports a non-profit organization that seeks to create a positive impact in the lives of the disabled by providing employment and training opportunities to physically and mentally disadvantaged persons through the AbilityOne and TIBH programs. As a member of the Human Resources Team, the Employee Services Specialist will be involved in all aspects of the organization’s recruitment, training and retention efforts, with the primary responsibility of monitoring the organization’s compliance with AbilityOne and TIBH program standards, and working with the HR Team to develop strategies to address any deficits as needed. This position will also work with disabled employees, both one-on-one, and in group settings, to enhance their daily work experiences and develop their future growth opportunities. Associate’s degree with 2 years’ experience in Social Work required, Bachelor’s degree in Social Work preferred. Email email@example.com for more information, including full description of key responsibilities, skills and capabilities required.
Addy’s Hope Adoption Agency is seeking a Program Director for our Midland office.
Applicants for this position must have at least two years of experience working for a licensed child placing agency and meet all DFPS requirements for Child Placement Management Staff. This position oversees both our infant adoption program as well as our program which places legally free children in DFPS custody into adoptive homes. Applicants must be able to work with minimal supervision, have a heart for children, and a desire to support all three components of the adoption triad. There is no foster care involved in this position, and therefore has a schedule that can be set ahead of time. We are a small agency with potential for growth. This is a great opportunity for anyone looking to impact a community with the message of adoption! Interested applicants can send resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Clinical Supervision by a TSBSWE Board approved supervisor, LCSW, BCD, CGP, with an interactive teaching style.
Rates for individual and/or group sessions. Kathy T. Rider, LCSW, BCD, CGP, FAGPA, email@example.com. 512-452-8948.
Office Space located in Central Austin, one block North of 35th and Jefferson, in the Franklin Square Bldg.
Amenities: windows floor to cieling, breakroom with kitchen, bathroom, copier, fax, internet, 24-hour answered voicemail 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
NASW, Texas Chapter, publishes Office Space and services listings to
its members and other social workers around the state. The accuracy or
validity of the description provided by agencies or qualifications
submitted by applicants are the sole responsibilities of those parties.
There is a $50 per month listing fee for the first 150 words, plus $1
for every additional word to advertise in the Online Bulletin. Payment is expected at time of posting.
Discounts are available for ads that run 6 months or more. Ads that are
paid in advance for six months or longer will be given a 20% discount. Job announcements for positions with NASW statewide chapter and national offices are posted free of charge. For more information, or to submit an ad, contact Virginia Cantu at (512) 474-1454.
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