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Memorial Hermann is offering new opportunities

 

At Memorial Hermann, we remain committed to delivering extraordinary patient care. Under our new Clinical Care Redesign effort, we are ensuring that every patient who walks through our doors receives an exceptional end-to-end patient care experience. That is why we’re offering new opportunities in a variety of locations on our Care Management team.

The goal of the Care Management initiative at Memorial Hermann is to better manage care coordination through earlier involvement in patient placement and discharge planning. This initiative empowers the integrated care team to streamline practices, improve safety and reliability of care, develop standards for medical necessity, reduce costs by eliminating unnecessary variation, and ultimately, create a better experience for the people who entrust us with their lives and the lives of their loved ones. The goal of this interdisciplinary team is to help patients get home quickly and safely. Home is where patients recover, heal and live their lives and the goal of this team is to coordinate hospital care and resources to help get them home better and faster.

Find your next career opportunity:

Memorial Hermann is where you belong.

For more information about these roles, please contact Maria.Hosler@memorialhermann.org. 

 

 

National Association of Social Workers – Texas Chapter, Executive Director


The Texas Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW), with a statewide membership of nearly 5700, is seeking an Executive Director with demonstrated leadership and management skills. In addition, applicants should have a substantial knowledge of and a strong commitment to the social work profession and social work values, with an awareness of the diversity of social work practice.  Applicants should also be able to engage, inspire, and mobilize the Association’s membership.  NASW is the largest membership organization of professional social workers in the world, with 120,000 members nationwide. NASW works to enhance the professional growth and development of its members, to create and maintain professional standards, and to advance sound social policies. The Chapter Executive Director reports to the NASW Deputy Director of Chapter Operations at the National Office and is accountable to the Texas Chapter Board of Directors.


Position requires:

  • Senior leadership experience working with professional or non-profit organizations and their volunteer Boards
  • Minimum of 5 years of executive level experience
  • College degree required; MSW preferred; license preferred
  • Exceptional executive management skills, including the ability to provide oversight for organizational and leadership development priorities, relevant legislative efforts, membership services, staff supervision, strategic planning experience, and continuing education programs
  • Demonstrated budget and financial management skills
  • Solid program planning and implementation skills
  • Strong public policy experience and skills
  • Strong advocacy and legislative experience and skills
  • Community organizing experience
  • Exceptional written and oral communications skills
  • Experience working with traditional and social media
  • Commitment to providing excellent membership support and engagement
  • Experience in fundraising, grant writing and management
  • Basic proficiency with Office products software, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint, as well as working in the online/“cloud” environment.

The Chapter office is located in Austin; travel required to other Texas communities, as needed.

Competitive salary, plus excellent benefits, plus benefits including 401k and health insurance.

Application deadline:  June 7, 2019

Only electronic applications will be accepted. Applicants will email a cover letter and résumé addressing above qualifications, to: txchaptersearch@gmail.com.
 
NASW-TX is an equal opportunity employer, committed to a policy of equal opportunity and non-discrimination.  Applicants from diverse communities are encouraged to apply.

 

 

Licensed Clinical Social Worker / Behavioral Health, Seton McCarthy Clinic in Austin, Texas


Shift: Full Time Days Mon-Friday hours may vary between 8:00a and 5p
Preferred: Bilingual in Spanish/English

Apply Today:
http://bit.ly/2GFJce4

https://www.seton.net/locations/mccarthy/

What You Will Do 
As an Associate with Seton Family of Hospitals-TX, you will have the opportunity to apply specialized clinical knowledge and advanced clinical skills in the areas of assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of mental, emotional, behavioral and developmental disorders, conditions and addictions.


Responsibilities:

  • Provides behavioral health counseling services
  • Administers and interprets tests and measures of psychosocial functioning for the purpose of diagnosing mental, emotional, behavioral, addictive and developmental disorders and disabilities.
  • Develops and implements appropriate assessment-based treatment plan.
  • Consults with team managers, statutory and voluntary agencies and patient's relatives to ensure compliance with patient's treatment plan.
  • Provides crisis-oriented psychotherapy as well as short-term and long-term psychotherapy and psychotherapeutic treatment.
  • Completes documentation of patient therapy in a timely manner and in accordance with both Federal and State regulations.

Required Credential(s):

Licensed Clinical Social Worker credentialed from the Texas Department of State Health Services .  

 

Work Experience:
Counseling background strongly preferred.

Seton Healthcare is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.

 

 

PEARLS Counselor (non-clinical) Position

 

PEARLS Counselor (non-clinical)-is needed for our General Counseling program to work directly with clients age 55+ to implement the program usually in the client’s home. This is typically done for 8 sessions over a 19 week period.  This position is also responsible, with guidance and input from the Program Director, for recruitment and screening of prospective clients and any follow up activity.  The PEARLS Counselor will maintain and provide service data to the appropriate sources.

The PEARLS Counselor duties include:

  • Providing direct and indirect case management for PEARLS clients using standard Center methods
  • Refers the client to partner and community resource agencies that provide assistance in addressing the needs and achieving established goals
  • Acts as a client advocate in accessing community resources and in dealing with community agencies
  • Makes reports to Child Protective Services, law enforcement, and Adult Protective Services as required

Education and Experience Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, mental health or related fields; Experience in case management, specifically with experience in geriatric case management; Partial college credit plus extensive experience in the human service field may be substituted for college degree.
Must have access to regular and reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, automobile insurance, and be prepared to drive own vehicle on Center business.


E-mail current resume and cover letter to:
Sherri Chapel-Pratt, Director of General Counseling Services
spratt@womenscentertc.org.

 

 

Bilingual Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) - Humana - Partners in Primary Care - Houston, TX


At Partners in Primary Care (PiPC) a division of Humana, we want to help people everywhere, including our associates, lead their best lives. We encourage our people to build relationships that inspire, support, and challenge them. 

The Behavioral Health Specialist (LCSW) employs a variety of strategies, approaches and techniques to manage a member's physical, environmental and psycho-social health issues. Identifies and resolves barriers that hinder effective care. Ensures patient is progressing towards desired outcomes by continuously monitoring patient care through assessments and/or evaluations. Understands department, segment, and organizational strategy and operating objectives, including their linkages to related areas. Makes decisions regarding own work methods, occasionally in ambiguous situations, and requires minimal direction and receives guidance where needed. 

Relocation will be offered to candidate(s) selected for hire.

Contact Person: Monique Benjamin, Senior Recruiter
Email Address: MBenjamin4@humana.com

Apply Online:
https://humana.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/Humana_External_Career_Site/job/Houston-TX/Bi-lingual-Behavioral-Health-Specialist--LCSW--Required----PIPC_R-215440 
 

 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SOCIAL WORKERS, Membership Engagement and Communications Specialist


POSITION STATUS: Part-Time
UNIT: Chapter Operations                                                 
DEPARTMENT:  NASW-TX                                       
SUPERCEDES:  None
REPORTS TO: Chapter Executive Director               
PAY LEVEL: Pay Level II                              
FLSA STATUS: Non-exempt

I. MAJOR FUNCTIONS:

Under the strategic direction of the Chapter Executive Director, the Member Engagement and Communications Specialist works towards the effective functioning of the NASW/TX Chapter. This role improves the manner in which the Chapter serves members and potential members. This position works with Chapter staff to plan, implement, and manage services that enhance Chapter membership experience and communications.

II. BASIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Provides daily support and communication to Chapter members; assists with execution of editorial calendar for all mass communication including newsletters, email, etc.
  2. Produces well developed and well written products to be used in a variety of media including social media; posts to media on schedule provided by Executive Director
  3. Ability to work independently and multi-task within a fast-paced environment which includes changing and/or competing priorities; assists with answering the telephone
  4. Manages all rosters, listservs, web conferencing software; ensures all electronic and print notifications for conferences and CEU events online or in person are disseminated; facilitates all member communication
  5. Updates email templates for continuing education programming – workshops, conferences, etc. as needed; assists with the execution of the editorial calendar for all mass communication.
  6. Assists with ongoing efforts to increase functionality of electronic communication capabilities throughout the Chapter website, marketing, email marketing, etc.
  7. Collaborates with Chapter Executive Director, other staff members; may supervise student interns as well as partnering with and/or directing some of the work of volunteers.
  8. Travel may be required for the annual conference – generally 3 days each year.
  9. Other duties as assigned by the Chapter Executive Director

III. MINIMUM WORK REQUIREMENTS:


Skills:

  1. Excellent verbal and written communications skills, including the ability to effectively communicate
  2. Expertise in web conferencing and oral communication skills; experience with social media
  3. Ability to manage time effectively.
  4. Ability to plan, organize, and manage a wide array of business-related services.
  5. Strong problem identification skills, including the ability to problem solve and generate creative solutions, exercise common sense and sound judgment, and make effective decisions based on accurate and timely analyses.
  6. Detailed oriented and the ability to think critically.

Knowledge:

  1. Bachelor’s degree preferred
  2. Social Work education or experience preferred
  3. Knowledge of Microsoft Office products and web-conferencing software preferred

Experience:

  1. Previous work-related experience preferred -- ideally at a professional association and/or nonprofit setting with multiple state locations.
  2. Prefer experience with taking an active role in periodic events/conferences or similar activities.

IV.  ATTRIBUTES

Results driven: He/she sees the big picture, assists with the development and monitoring of key performance metrics to produce the desired results.  

Strong business acumen: He/she sees opportunities and emerging trends, and is knowledgeable about the operations, unique needs, and goals specific to member-driven, not-for-profit organizations. 

Partnership: This individual is able to build trust internally and externally and must be viewed as highly professional, discreet, and accountable.

Organizational agility: He/she has a thoughtful, respectful communication style that fosters an open environment

Perceptive:  He/she is creative and intuitively recognizes opportunities and takes appropriate action.

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This document describes general job duties and responsibilities.  It is not a complete listing of job duties.  Further clarification should be obtained from the supervisor listed above (e.g. Work plans, performance standards, task lists etc.).  Incumbents may be required to perform tasks related to these duties.  Major changes in job duties should be incorporated in this description.

Send resume to Miriam Nisenbaum, Executive Director, at mnisenbaum.naswtx@socialworkers.org. EOE.

 

 

National Association of Social Workers in Washington, DC, Manager, Chapter Operations 


Division: Operations

Reports To: Deputy Director, Chapter Operations
Pay Level: IX
Bargaining Status: Non-Union

MAJOR FUNCTIONS

 

 With the Deputy Director of Chapter Operations, promotes NASW as one Association represented at the state/local level by the chapters and on the national level by the NASW office in Washington, DC. Provides managerial guidance and support and administrative oversight to assigned chapters to ensure the effectiveness of the Association’s chapters, consistent with Association goals of advancing sound social policy, protecting and supporting social workers and the social work profession, and meeting established business and financial objectives. Serves as a primary contact and principal liaison between the chapter leadership and the national office, working with chapter presidents and chapter executive directors on a variety of projects and initiatives. Ensures that chapters receive the support required to execute programs successfully at the local level while also ensuring that chapters maintain compliance with established Association bylaws, chapter charters, policies and procedures. Provides training and technical assistance as needed to chapters. Serves as a member of the NASW management team.

 

BASIC DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Contributes to the development of goals, objectives, and strategies for Chapter Operations. Contributes to the monitoring and evaluation of the department’s performance in carrying out goals, objectives and work plans.
  2. Contributes to the development of operating procedures for chapters consistent with NASW bylaws and established Association policies and procedures.
  3. Establishes reporting systems and controls to allow timely and effective identification of potential issues relating to assigned chapters.
  4. Monitors, evaluates and supports adherence of assigned chapters to established policies and procedures, ensuring that assigned chapters are in compliance with required Association bylaws, chapter charters, chapter standards, and NASW policies and procedures.
  5. Works with assigned chapters in ensuring participation and in monitoring results of chapter participation in collaborative Association campaigns and initiatives.
  6. Conducts chapter visits and maintains communication with the chapter executive directors and chapter leadership in order to stay abreast of the unique opportunities and challenges of chapters, to synthesize opportunities for chapter partnerships and cross-chapter collaboration, and to strengthen the alignment between national and Chapter Operations so as to achieve maximum impact for members across the Association.
  7. Works with assigned chapters to facilitate achievement of chapter financial goals, including participation in the review of the annual chapter budget with the Finance Department.
  8. Ensures that assigned chapters receive necessary communications, technical assistance, financial consultation, and leadership training. Oversees consultation with staff at the National Office regarding their interaction with chapters in the areas of business services, marketing, recruitment and retention, financial and accounting operations, and human resources. Manages monthly and quarterly calls with chapters and contributes to maintenance of chapter membership rosters, chapter information requests and various chapter documents.
  9. Manages internal meetings with chapter leadership and staff including, but not limited to, the Council of Chapter Executives (COCE) and Council of Chapter Presidents (COCP) Steering Committees, the Delegate Assembly Planning Task Force, and the Member and Chapters Relations Committee (MCRC), and its Chapter Development Fund (CDF) Subcommittee. Includes pertinent analysis as needed relating to a wide range of subjects, including the Chapter Development Fund.
  10. Manages Association meetings and conferences, in particular the Delegate Assemblies and Association Leadership Meetings. Interacts with vendors as needed in the negotiation of products and/or services, including review and negotiation of vendor contracts. Includes managing staff assigned for meeting planning responsibilities, including site selection, travel and hotel reservations, meeting room requirements, food and beverage, and contracts with speakers, hotels, convention and visitors’ bureaus.
  11. Manages the selection and administration of programs for professional development and training for chapter leadership, management and staff as applicable.
  12. Assists in the selection of key chapter personnel, including managing the search for a new executive director when vacancies occur in an assigned chapter. Participates in the revision of executive director employment contracts for assigned chapters as needed. Assists the Deputy Director of Chapter Operations with chapter executive director performance evaluations as assigned.
  13. Mediates conflicts between chapter staff and volunteer leadership.
  14. Assists in resolving chapter human resources and employee relations issues, including the legal settlement of these issues.
  15. Responsible for the successful execution of assigned special projects.

MINIMUM WORK REQUIREMENTS

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

 

a. Requires 7-10 years of prior related work experience, preferably in an association or non-profit management capacity.
b. Prior experience in an organization with chapters or field operations is highly desired.
c. Requires a bachelor’s degree in a related field; a degree in social work and/or business administration is preferred.
d. Must possess a thorough knowledge of issues affecting social workers and the social work profession.
e. Must possess strong analytical skills, with a demonstrated track record of program and financial management experience; prior budget responsibility preferred.
f. Must have the ability to travel to chapter locations throughout the United States and territories.
g. Must possess strong interpersonal skills, including experience managing strategic organizational change initiatives.
h. Requires strong written and oral communication skills.
i. Must be able to interact effectively with a wide strata of personnel and volunteer leaders, exhibiting a persuasive, collaborative, cooperative and flexible work style and the ability to adapt to situations as necessary.
j. Must have basic proficiency with Office products software, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
k. Must maintain confidentiality/privacy relating to personnel, financial and other proprietary information.
l. Must possess strong administrative ability, including the ability to manage multiple projects at the same time.

 

ATTRIBUTES

  1. 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.
  2. Strong business acumen: He/she sees opportunities and emerging trends, and is knowledgeable about the operations, unique needs, and goals specific to member-driven, not-for-profit organizations. He/she sets priorities wisely and knows how to make tough resource allocation decisions, always finding a way to forward strategic initiatives. This individual knows how to translate strategy into action and enjoys solving tactical and process problems to meet strategic goals.
  3. Firm and fair leadership: He/she will work with a wide range of staff, colleagues, and members, requiring a firm, fair, and flexible style that both complements the efforts and supports the needs of others.
  4. Partnership: This individual is able to build trust internally and externally, and must be viewed as highly professional, discreet, and accountable.
  5. Organizational agility: He/she has a thoughtful, respectful communication style that fosters an open environment, enabling thought-provoking discussions and collaborative decision making.
  6. Perceptive: He/she is creative and intuitively recognizes opportunities and takes appropriate action.

Please submit your cover letter and resume with the position announcement number #1444 to: The Office of Human Resources at hr@socialworkers.org.

NASW IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

 

 


 

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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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