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Case Manager (San Antonio, TX)


The Case Manager is responsible for providing social services to children, youth and families that are consistent with the Methodist Children’s Home Model of Care. Case Managers must have a thorough understanding of and demonstrated competency in the Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) and other evidence-based programs.

  • Identify and assess eligible participants according to program criteria.
  • Develop and implement written plans of service based on the assessed needs of the child or family.
  • Maintain a regular schedule of contacts and case management services on the assigned caseload.
  • Coordinate, consult and collaborate with foster families and other service providers to provide needed services to children, youth and families.

A Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or related field is required with a Master’s Degree preferred.


To view the complete job description and apply, please visit mch.org.

 

 

Licensed Clinical Social Worker


The Clinical Counselor/Therapist in General Counseling Services performs initial assessments with new clients who are referred to the department for counseling services and provides ongoing counseling services to clients with a variety of emotional difficulties and mental illnesses.  Crisis intervention, facilitating groups, and case management are also part of the duties of the Clinical Counselor/Therapist.  Record keeping is both written and computerized and includes case notes, assessment and evaluations. 

Expected hours of work are Monday through Friday between normal working hours (8:30 AM-5:30 PM).  Some evenings and weekends will be required as duties demand.

Master’s degree from a clinical counseling program; LCSW preferred.

Send cover letter and resume to spratt@womenscentertc.org.

 

 

Wellpath is looking to hire a Clinical Director


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Career Opportunities for:

Clinical Director 
Texas Civil Commitment Center in Littlefield, TX
Full-Time Available

Why Wellpath?

  • Comprehensive Benefits • 401K • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Competitive Compensation • So Much More…

Overview:

Our Clinical Director manages the treatment program for SVP, overseeing the quality of services provided and ensuring compliance with applicable codes, rules, regulations and program procedures.

Qualifications:

  • Master's Degree in Mental Health, Social Work, or related field.
  • Two (2) years of experience providing sex offender specific treatment or treatment in a correctional or forensic setting.
  • Knowledge of cognitive-behavioral treatment methods, sex offender treatment methods, and mental health theories, concepts and methods related to treatment in Sexually Violent Predators facilities, forensic or correctional settings.
  • Management or Supervisory experience preferred.
  • Licensed or license-eligible in Texas as a Clinical Psychologist, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist (LMFT), Social Worker (LCSW/LMSW), or Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)
  • Membership in the Sex Offender Civil Commitment Programs Network (SOCCPN) or the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA) highly desired.
  • Licensed Sex Offender Treatment Provider (LSOTP) who is licensed by the Council on Sex Offender Treatment is preferred.
  • LSOTP with Supervisor designation preferred.

Call or apply online:
Shawn Harding (615) 324-5721 or email SHarding@wellpath.us 

www.WellpathCareers.com
We are proudly an equal opportunity employer.

 

 

National Association of Social Workers, Washington, DC has an opening for a Senior Systems Administrator


Division: Operations
Unit: Information Technology
Reports to: Sr. Manager, IT
Pay Level: VIII
Bargaining Status: Non-Bargaining

MAJOR FUNCTIONS
The Senior Systems Administrator is responsible for the administration and maintenance of NASW’s network operations, including on-site and hosted environments. The Senior System Administrator ensures that Information Technology services and operations are continuous, secure, accurate, technologically up-to-date, efficient and well-utilized.

The Senior Systems Administrator is also responsible for the selection, installation and maintenance of network hardware, software, and other equipment as required. This includes the documentation of procedures, provision of end-user support, and training as necessary.

BASIC DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Maintains NASW’s computer environment and data communication network. Continuously monitors system performance, providing regular status reports and adjusting equipment and protocols as necessary to achieve efficiency and utilization targets.
  2. Provides technical direction on network topologies, server configurations, hardware/software deployments, firewall configurations and other administrative tasks related to the staging and maintenance of development, testing and production servers. Facilitates design sessions and architectural reviews as needed.
  3. Recommends improvements, efficiencies and effectiveness of computer operations, including user services, general network performance, and configuration management.
  4. Documents network architecture maintenance and administration procedures.
  5. Troubleshoots network hardware, software, web servers and other network peripherals. Includes audio/visual equipment, telecommunications services and equipment, the badge entry system, and other systems as needed. Resolves complex problems to ensure minimal disruption to users.
  6. Handles escalated help desk calls and other help desk calls as needed. Provides Mac support.
  7. Serves as liaison to network vendors and coordinates computer hardware and software vendor maintenance activities in compliance with vendor agreements.
  8. Maintains system security. Designs and maintains fault-tolerant systems and develops security procedures. Performs backups of all centrally-located computer software and databases and oversees security compliance of managed computer software and databases. Maintains a secure disaster recovery plan.
  9. Maintains specific network applications and coordinates upgrades on multiple platforms and configurations.
  10. Keeps abreast of new technology. Recommends adoption of new technologies as appropriate and oversees implementation.
  11. Assists in the annual budgeting process and with analyzing the on-going costs of operation.

MINIMUM WORK REQUIREMENTS

Skills:

  1. Excellent troubleshooting and problem-solving skills. Able to identify root causes and work creatively to resolve problems, balancing economic and strategic considerations and weighing the impact of actions on other departments.
  2. Exhibits sound judgment by taking appropriate action in situations of concern or requiring escalation.
  3. Demonstrated analytical, quantitative, and budget planning/monitoring skills.
  4. Excellent communicator (both verbal and written), including the ability to interface effectively at the executive level and across the organization.
  5. Effective interpersonal and organizational skills, including a strong customer service orientation.
  6. Strong project management skills. Must be able to plan, organize, and lead projects and tasks effectively while paying close attention to details, identifying deliverables and meeting timelines.
  7. Demonstrates initiative in staying current with new technologies and recommending system improvements that enhance operational effectiveness.

Knowledge:

  1. Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in a technical discipline such as computer science, information services or related field (required).
  2. Microsoft Certification (preferred).
  3. Extensive knowledge of Microsoft products including Windows Server, Exchange and Office. Mac expertise also required.
  4. Extensive knowledge of hardware and software installation, testing and operation.
  5. Knowledge of business process and workflow analysis.
  6. Knowledge of data communications, telecommunications, and audio-visual equipment.

Experience:

Requires 6-8 years’ experience in a large area network environment designing and analyzing network systems.

Please submit your cover letter and resume with the position announcement number #1442 to: The Office of Human Resources at hr@socialworkers.org.

NASW IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

 

 

National Association of Social Workers, Washington, DC has an opening for a Software Developer


Division: Operations
Unit: Information Technology
Reports to: Manager, Database & Software Development
Pay Level: VIII
Bargaining Status: Non-Bargaining

MAJOR FUNCTIONS
Provides senior level programming, support and maintenance of NASW’s internal and website applications as well as support projects that involve membership and other databases. Provides modifications and customization to Website server systems and supporting applications. Generates reports as required. Work activities are performed under general supervision.

BASIC DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Analyzes proposed system requirements and designs application systems that meet proposed requirements. Responsible for documenting, designing, programming, testing, implementing, and maintaining NASW software application systems using the systems development life cycle (SDLC) model.
  2. Responsible for operational and day-to-day activities in connection with software applications. Develops and generates reports from related databases/systems.
  3. Assists NASW project teams and other IT staff with software systems initiatives including web, back-end, and database.
  4. Responsible for the development and maintenance of NASW software applications and associated documentation.
  5. Responsible for the configuration management and support of the software applications.
  6. Functions as the backup staff to the Database Administrators and other Software Developers.
  7. Communicates regularly with the Database Administrators, Web Services Department, and IT staff to ensure the integrity of all projects.
  8. Interfaces with confidential databases to create/maintain NASW software applications.
  9. Writes programs that interfaces with other databases and systems as assigned.
  10. Interfaces with applications vendors as required.
  11. Provides after-hours technical and application support as needed.
  12. Other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM WORK REQUIREMENTS

Skills:

  1. Excellent computer skills including, VB Scripts, HTML, XML, JavaScript, ASP.Net, VB.Net, C#, MVC, Object Oriented Design and Programming, ADO.NET, LINQ, Entity Framework, IIS and SQL programming.
  2. Excellent analytical skills and the ability to problem-solve, exercise sound judgment and make decisions based on accurate and timely analyses.
  3. Excellent verbal and written communication skills with the ability to
    effectively communicate with non-technical end user departments to develop requirements and deliver projects to the client’s satisfaction.
  4. Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment and exemplify leadership and composure under pressure.

Knowledge:

  1. Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Information Technology or a related field (preferred).
  2. Knowledge of implementing and maintaining standard software architecture frameworks. Experience in SharePoint management, DotNetNuke and Crystal Reports preferred. Background in the SDLC model and in development of supporting SDLC software

Experience:

  1. Requires minimum of four years related experience.
  2. Experience with Internet browser and website development

Please submit your cover letter and resume with the position announcement number #1441 to: The Office of Human Resources at hr@socialworkers.org.

NASW IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

 



 

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The Lewis Foundation’s Couple and Family Evaluation Scales (Lewis Scales) are now available

 

The Lewis Scales are a complete revision, updating, and streamlining of the highly regarded Timberlawn Foundation Couple and Family Evaluation Scales (TCFES). This revision was influenced by advances in couple and family therapy, research, and practice over the 20 years since the TCFES was developed. The Lewis Scales package includes the 11-page Scales booklet, one-page Scoring Summary form and the 119-page Rater Training Guide which provides detailed, user-friendly guidelines for clinicians, researchers, and couples interested in self-improvement. For more information contact our Administrator at jmlewisfoundation@att.net, or write to: Carlos W. Davis, Jr., Ph.D., Director, Lewis Foundation, 6301 Gaston Ave., Suite 620, Dallas, Texas 75214.



THE WOODLANDS AREA: SUPERVISION BY AN LCSW, BCD, CART


An interactive coaching style.  Uplifting and Dynamic sessions!  Reasonable rates for groups and individuals, negotiable rates due to special need.  Special group rate for an office staff desiring Supervision.  Marilyn J. Ladin, LCSW, BCD, CART. 

Email: marilyn.ladin@gmail.com, or Call: 713-515-3464.

 

 

Full Time Therapist Office Available for Rent in Montrose Area, Houston, TX


This is a beautifully appointed office suite in the Montrose area in the Avondale Historic District. It's located on Lovett Blvd. at Whitney Street.  Hardwood floors throughout, two waiting areas, refreshments in sunroom all tailored for clients.  It has a full kitchen, equipped with copy machine and shredder, and hidden from public view. Unit has lots of windows throughout. The office available is 14x13. The rental fee is $800 per month with all bills paid. It includes electricity, internet and alarm. The office can be used 24/7 with A/C at all times. 

To take a tour of the office contact Danilo Novoa, LCSW, at 713-992-5010 or dannovoa@hotmail.com. Website has not been updated with current pictures.  Pictures can be sent upon request.

 

 


 

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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. For more information, or to submit an ad, contact Virginia Cantu at (512) 474-1454. 

 

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