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ST. PAUL’S PACE – 1/11/2022
SAN DIEGO CENTER FOR CHILDREN– 1/11/2022
We have openings in our Central region and North County region.
Courage to Call Job Opportunity – 1/11/2022
Courage to Call is a non-profit organization. We are seeking master’s level social workers for our program. We have one part-time and one full time position open. This job would entail doing case management working with veterans, active duty military and their families. Supervision hours are included. Must be a veteran or military spouse.
San Diego City College Job Opportunity – 1/11/2022
The San Diego City College Student Health Center is seeking to fill a Project Assistant opening ASAP!
Multiple Openings – Father Joe’s Villages – 12/9/2021
- Resident service coordinator
- Housing Coordinator
- Tenant Services Coordinator
- Case Managers
Part-time Research Assistant – SDSU – 12/8/2021
Dr. Tianying Wu, an Associate Professor of Epidemiology, is seeking to hire a part-time research assistant to conduct online survey research. If you are interested, please send you CV and cover letter to: Tianying.firstname.lastname@example.org
Responsibilities include but not limited to:
· Prepare IRB applications under PI’s supervision
· Prepare and develop recruiting materials
· Contribute to and edit reports and surveys as required
· Experience with online survey research and online survey software such as Qualtrics is a must
· Experience of using SAS is a plus
Knowledge and skills:
· Bachelor’s degree in a field focusing on human subject research (e.g., psychology, public health, anthropology, or similar)
· Master’s degree is preferred
Research topics include:
· Racial disparities on dietary and lifestyle habits
· Identifying risk factors associated with Western diseases in different ethnic groups
· Joint impacts of climate, dietary and psychological factors on aging
Tianying Wu, MD PhD
Division of Epidemiology and Biostatistics
School of Public Health,
San Diego State University
Hardy Tower, Rm 172
5500 Campanile Drive,
San Diego, CA 92182-4162
Chief Program Officer – Blair Search Partners – 12/8/2021
Blair Search Partners has launched a search for North County Lifeline to find a Chief Program Officer (CPO) to join their team. The Chief Program Officer is a newly created position, working to ensure they have the organizational strategy and structure in place to support continued programmatic excellence and growth. The CPO will serve on Lifeline’s 4-member executive leadership team, alongside their Chief Executive Officer, Chief Operating Officer, and the Chief Philanthropy Officer, playing a key role in discussions and decisions about the strategic direction of the organization.
Intake & Program Coordinator – UC San Diego Health – 11/22/2021
Under the supervision of the Director, the Intake & Program Coordinator (IPC) serves as the intake coordinator for all new clients, providing brief needs assessments, frontline crisis intervention, and follow-up coordination with the CARE advocacy team. Provides critical advocacy support in facilitating intake assessments, data entry, documentation and tracking of services. Responsible for timely and trauma-informed communication to survivors, their support people, and campus partners. Provides confidential assistance to individuals concerning sexual violence, sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking. Creates a welcoming and supportive environment as front desk staff to all incoming visitors of the CARE office and manages lobby traffic and visitor experience.
Provides administrative and programmatic support and coordination for CARE prevention, outreach, and healing group activities, including but not limited to the CARE intern and peer educator programs, orientation and on-going educational workshops for the UCSD student population, staff and faculty departmental trainings, and survivor-centered programming like peer support and healing-focused groups. Supports departmental efforts in expanding current programs, services, activities, trainings and events to increase campus awareness of services and resources available to students, staff, and faculty at UC San Diego. Coordinates requests and logistics for education programs to individuals, groups and campus units. Provides logistical and programming support to large-scale programs such as Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Welcome Week Events, Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and New Student Orientation.
Collaborates with CARE staff to advise CARE interns in the development and strengthening of student-led and student-centered violence prevention education. Participates in the assessment and evaluation of CARE educational programs and outreach activities. Works directly with CARE student interns to develop student-centered marketing and publicity materials. In conjunction with the Training & Education Specialist, provides coordination to the CARE intern & peer education programs in the form of leading student staff meetings (individual or group), creating opportunities for student staff professional development. In conjunction with the Training & Education Specialist, provides program support for recruitment, training and evaluation of student employees. The IPC is the primary staff member that leads social media outreach efforts to reach the UCSD student population.
Under the direction of the Director, provides administrative coordination, office management, and advising of operations and programs for CARE. Coordinates and initiates outreach activities to student organizations and various campus groups. Prepares and maintains budget resources for undergraduate student programs provided by CARE. Provides administrative, purchasing, and office management support for all CARE activities.
As part of the regular responsibilities of this position, the incumbent is involved in a wide range of privileged and confidential matters. Given the kinds of matters routinely handled by the CARE Office, all employees are required to maintain absolute confidentiality.
Occasional evenings and weekends may be required. Overtime may be required.
- Please submit a cover letter for a complete application.
Please send cover letter and resume by November 5th, 2021 to:
Review will begin on November 8th, 2021 and continue until the positions are filled.
Multiple Openings – MAKE Projects – 11/02/2021
- Marketing and Communications VISTA Member
- Organizational Development VISTA Member
- Fund Development VISTA Member
- Employment Coach AmeriCorp Member
Looking for an intense, immersive and highly-educational experience
Wants a once-in-a-lifetime chance to be part of building a new organization and movement for more inclusive society and economy in San Diego
Loves learning, working hard and has a growth mindset (open, curious and can look for the positive side of every situation)
Has lived experience as a refugee, immigrant or growing up in a lower-income household or community
Interested candidates can send their resume to email@example.com.
Associate Therapist (ASW, AMFT, APCC) – Youth and Family Services – YMCA – 10/26/2021
The Mental Health Therapist provides direct therapeutic services including assessments, individual, group, and crisis counseling to current and past participants. This position assists in program development and operation while ensuring eligibility and program outcomes.
Multiple Openings – Serving Seniors – 10/11/2021
- Supportive Housing Case Manager (pdf)
- HDM Support Service Coordinator (pdf)
- Client Services Coordinator (pdf)
Multiple Job Openings – Veterans Village of San Diego – 9/29/2021
- Licensed Clinician, VVSD
- SUD Counselor, VRC-DMC
- Therapist/LPHA (Licensed Practitioner Of The Healing Arts)
- Licensed Clinician, The Steven A Cohen Military Family Clinic At VVSD
- Employment Case Manager, North County
- Licensed Clinician (Part-time)
The Spanish-speaking therapist will be a master’s level social worker who can provide therapy in both English and Spanish. The therapist must be willing to see clients with a diverse range of
presenting issues, serving individuals, couples, and families. There is some ability to express preferences for client characteristics and presenting problems, but the ideal candidate for this position is flexible and open to learning to treat a range of clients and issues. The therapist will report directly to Michelle Salois, RN, LCSW the Executive and Clinical Director of Mercy Professional Services. Clinical supervision with Michelle is provided.
*This position is preferably full-time, but part-time may be possible.
Seeking Care Specialists for the following full-time, benefits eligible shifts:
- First Shift: 7:00AM – 3:30PM
- Friday through Monday
- Second Shift: 3:00PM – 11:30PM
- Friday through Monday
- Third Shift: 11:00PM – 7:30AM
- Friday through Monday
- Sunday through Thursday
- Tuesday through Saturday
This position is 100% remote / work-from-home position. A private and secure home office location that complies with company policies & procedures is required. The Navigator Health Program is a 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, 365 days per year. Shift differential and Holiday pay is available for select shifts. Ideal candidates will have the ability to cover other shifts as needed, with notice. Our Care Specialists are Master’s-level, trained behavioral health clinicians who are skilled at guiding people seeking treatment to a local, qualified drug and alcohol treatment provider. Care Specialists engage inbound callers through a structured clinical intervention based on motivational interviewing and seek to build motivation for treatment and evoke commitment to same- or next-day evaluations with a treatment provider. The telephonic resource center operates 24 hours per day, 7 days a week. Care Specialists offer resources and information, and serve as a guide to help people find the substance use disorder (SUD) treatment they need. Primary responsibilities of a Care Specialist include: Be able and ready during assigned shift to receive high volume of inbound calls Utilize skills and training from Vital Decisions to deliver a brief, single session, structured clinical intervention Empathically guide and build partnership and motivation with treatment seekers Demonstrate capacity to motivate treatment seekers to commit to same day or next evaluations at a qualified treatment provider Utilize technology and networked resources to schedule evaluations for those seeking treatment Timely and thorough documentation of all activity in Microsoft CRM database/electronic record. Ability to multi–task i.e., (type and speak at the same time).
- Masters in Social Work, Child Development, Psychology or equivalent field
- Must include a cover letter to apply
Pacific Solstice Integrative Psychiatric Clinic – 9/10/2021
- Associate Social Worker with Experience in Nutrition Sciences
- Associate Clinical Social Worker
- Licensed Clinical Social Worker
- Group Work Expert
Family Health Centers of San Diego (FHCSD) – 9/7/2021
The ASWs and LCSWs will provide individual therapy to our clients. The therapist is part of the interdisciplinary team which is made up of the psychiatrist, therapist, and case manager. The appointment times are 45 minutes for each appointment. Family Health Centers of San Diego will provide clinical supervision for ASWs and we are offering a $5,000 hire-in bonus to LCSWs.
We have other LCSW positions open in the Central, Southern, and East counties of San Diego. Those social workers who are interested in positions in these areas of San Diego can apply to our general LCSW position.
Virtual Hiring Fair – Veterans Affairs San Diego (pdf) – 8/30/2021
Accepting resumes September 1–October 31, 2021 for Social Workers, Licensed at least 2 years, Permanent, GS-12, full time
Clinical Social Worker (CSW) – Ascendant Behavioral Health (pdf) – 8/11/2021
Professionalism, the ability to evaluate patients’ conditions to determine the level of care and assistance they need, and an understanding of the individuality of patients and create specific
treatments that meet their individual conditions. A caring and compassionate demeanor are critical to this position. Overall success in this position depends on the CSW’s ability to establish client trust and, under the supervision of an LCSW, help to facilitate dynamic and engaging group/individual therapy sessions.
Resident Services Coordinator – City Heights Community Development (pdf) – 8/2/2021
- Provide academic/enrichment support coordination such as cultivating, maintaining and scheduling partnerships
with service providers.
- Provide computer lab access, information, referrals, advocacy, and case management to individuals and families living in Price Philanthropies’ housing properties (Village Town Homes and City Heights Square) in need of social, educational, and other support services.
- Assist in the supervision and retention of volunteers.
- Promote and encourage civic engagement through trainings and linkages to other community initiatives.
- Additional duties as assigned
The Resident Service Coordinator/Care Manager primarily assists older adults to enhance the quality of their lives by coordinating services and support so they can maintain their independence and live at home. They also provide education, service coordination, integrated care management and other social services, particularly to those with limited English proficiency who need services in the Japanese language. They must be able to work with seniors, families and caregivers in an empathetic and caring manner. They must be willing to problem-solve and learn, and work well independently and as part of a team. They must be able to work with a diverse staff and array of programs, as well as be flexible and take initiative when appropriate.
BASIC FUNCTION: Ensures that the medically related physical, emotional and psycho-social well being of the residents are met and maintained including interaction and coordination with their families and/or significant others. Assists in the coordination of volunteer services within the facility, in conjunction with the Foundation Office and the Activities Coordinator.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Plans, develops, organizes, implements, evaluates, and performs the social services functions for the Plaza.
Assists in developing, implementing and maintaining current policies and procedures not less than annually.
Plans, develops, organizes, implements, evaluates and performs social service functions.
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE: A Bachelors and/or Masters degree in Social Work or a related field. Experience in group work and individual counseling highly desirable. Must have a minimum of two years in a geriatric or similar setting, preferably residential care for the elderly. Must understand federal, state and local regulations pertaining to residential care and Resident Rights.
Development Director – Project New Village – 6/12/2021
The director of development will be responsible for securing funding from a variety of sources to ensure the financial viability of this vibrant, non-profit organization. This is an excellent opportunity for a leader looking to make an impact in San Diego with a rapidly growing, community-based organization.
Hire Undergraduate (UA) or Graduate Research Assistant (GA) – 6/18/2021
Part-Time Job in Research
Department: School of Social Work
Worksite: San Diego State University
Appointment: 10 hours a week part-time job
Assistant Professor: Dr. Frances Nedjat-Haiem
IRB Approved Protocol Number: HS-2020-0175
Research Project Entitled: Integrating Advance Care Planning in Community Settings for Latinos with Chronic Illness: A Feasibility Pilot Study
The UA or GA will be working 10 hours a week focused on this research project.
This study plans to recruit 40 Latinos to participate in an intervention, Advance Care Planning (ACP – I Plan). Participants will be randomized to two groups: 1) ACP-I Plan consisting of counseling, decisional support, and navigation, or 2) usual care (UC) consisting of a brief social work screening plus an ACP pamphlet and community resources. Outcome assessments will be conducted prior to randomization (baseline) and 1-month post-intervention. We intend to examine the feasibility, acceptability, and intervention impact, examine advance directive documentation and whether or not participants communicate with family and a provider and indicate any psychological distress. We will also develop an implementation Advisory group to work together in conducting a summative evaluation of the intervention. We will assess implementation of ACP – I Plan and conduct in-depth interviews with community providers to evaluate implementation processes after ACP-I Plan implementation completion.
The UA or GA will assist with data collection, managing documents, manage data files and data entry into Qualtrics, organize office space, participate in meetings and conduct presentations. It would be most beneficial if the person is bilingual in English/Spanish, able to speak, read, and write in both languages, and understand research conduct, ethics, effective oral/written communication, and present all information in English/Spanish. This person will assist with implement of research activities in the community for recruitment, screening, consent forms, baseline/follow-up surveys, and in-depth interviews as well as assist the with transcription services and translation (English/Spanish back translation efforts) adaptation to address linguistic health literacy and low reading levels of materials including consent forms, screening measures, and questionnaires, flyers, reviewing accuracy of translation.
If interested, please send a resume along with two references to Dr. Frances Nedjat-Haiem at firstname.lastname@example.org or 310-948-0045
Connections Coach – Our Safe Place Program – San Diego Youth Services (pdf) – 6/09/2021
Education Specialist – I CARE Program – San Diego Youth Services (pdf) – 6/09/2021
Connections Coach – I CARE Program – San Diego Youth Services (pdf) – 6/09/2021