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Career opportunities for those who are in the process of completing or have completed their Master of Social Work degree.

Columbia County Seeks Social Work Professionals

Posted 3/10/2017

Division Administrator Behavior Health and Long Term Support
Columbia County has an opening for a full-time Behavioral Health and Long Term Support Division Administrator within the Health and Human Services Department. Columbia County strives to offer programs and services which are individualized, strength based, culturally competent and community oriented. Responsibilities: Administration of mental health, substance abuse, and children’s disability services; assessment of community needs; develop and administer programs/services; supervise assigned staff and provide clinical supervision; ensure compliance with standards, policies and laws; maintain statistics and prepare reports; provide training and coordinate services with other county and community agencies. Qualifications: Master’s Degree from an accredited university or college in a field directly related to the administration of human services, such as Social Work, Clinical Psychology, or Human Service related field. Five (5) years of experience providing service in children’s disability, mental health or substance abuse program and three (3) years of supervisory experience. Specific experience in service provision to identified target groups preferred. Starting rate $32.391/hr.

Behavioral Health Program Coordinator
Behavioral Health Program Coordinator for the Coordinated Services Team (CST) and Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) programs: Columbia County is recruiting for a full time management position in its Behavioral Health and Long Term Support Division to oversee the CST Initiative and the CCS program. Responsible for ensuring utilization of a wraparound approach to individualized services focused on client/family strengths, community placement, cultural competency, natural supports, teaming and collaboration. Minimum Qualifications: Current licensure or as a Clinical Social Worker, Professional Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, adult psychiatric and mental health nurse practitioner, family psychiatric and mental health nurse practitioner, or clinical specialist in adult psychiatric and mental health nursing with 3000 hours of supervised clinical, post-masters experience. Specific experience in service provision in mental health or substance abuse treatment and supervisory experience preferred. Requires possession of a valid Wisconsin Driver’s License and personal transportation. Starting wage: $27.308 per hour.

For more information or to apply, please go to

CPS Initial Assessment Position in Milwaukee

Posted 3/7/2017

The Initial Assessment Specialist conducts assessments of alleged child abuse and neglect. This involves working with families under stress, including interviewing all household members and completing visits to the child's home and other locations to gather information about the presenting situation/alleged maltreatment. The Initial Assessment Specialist may be required to travel to locations located in high risk, disadvantaged or underserved neighborhoods. The Initial Assessment Specialist analyzes information gathered to make judgments about the safety of children and takes measures necessary to insure children’s safety; prepares written and oral testimony for Children's Court appearances; maintains current documentation on caseloads; and works in close cooperation with other social service agencies, hospitals, clinics, courts and community resources in planning to meet the needs of children and families. This position is required to participate in 24-hour on-call rotation to ensure continuous provision of access and initial assessment services for children in the community. For a complete position description, please click here

Veteran's Health Administration in Appleton, WI seeks Social Worker

Posted 2/23/2017

This is a clinical social worker position located at the Appleton CBOC in the Patient Aligned Care Team (PACT) which delivers primary care to Veteran patients and focuses on: prevention, health promotion, coordination and chronic disease management.  The social worker in this Veteran-centric approach often functions as a care coordinator with a panel of veterans to ensure that health care meets the needs, as defines by the Veteran. MSW Required. See link for full details!

Wisconsin Department of Health Services seeks Assistant Administrator

Posted 1/19/2017

The Division of Care and Treatment Services (DCTS) is accepting applications for the position of Assistant Administrator. View the position posting at The deadline to apply is January 29, 2017.

Focus on Community Services

The Assistant Administrator position oversees community-based mental health and substance use programming, both civil and forensic in nature. This includes oversight of the management of the Bureau of Community Forensic Services and the Bureau of Prevention Treatment and Recovery. With the support of DCTS staff and community partners, the Assistant Administrator will work to increase access to mental health and substance use prevention, treatment, and recovery services. This position also will work to better integrate these services across the civil and forensic systems.

Wisconsin Alliance of Infant Mental Health seeks Project Specialist

Posted 1/19/2017

The Project Specialist will coordinate WI-AIMH projects and ensure that best practice standards are maintained and that all WI-AIMH-led projects reflect the mission and values of the agency.  The Project Specialist will work closely with the Director of Integrated Programming around project development, improvement, and sustainability. WI-AIMH projects generally involve developing opportunities to increase professional capacities for those who work with or on behalf of infants, toddlers, and their caregivers across communities in Wisconsin. Examples of duties performed by the Project Specialist include management of contracts and invoicing; outreach, communication and dissemination of information; planning and facilitation of project meetings; participation in project stakeholder meetings; and utilizing surveys and other data collection methods to track project progress and outcomes. Masters Degree required.

See WI-AIMH web posting for full details.

Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee has Therapy Positions in Fond du Lac and Racine, WI

Posted 1/5/2017

See full posting for details on each MSW level position:

Therapist- Fond du lac, WI

Bilingual Therapist-Racine, WI

3,000 hour certification/LPC/MFT is a plus, though not required. Catholic Charities does offer supervision and continued education for qualified candidates while on the job in order to obtain or complete certification requirements.

Milwaukee County seeks candidates for Behavioral Health Emergency Services Clinician- Crisis Mobile Team

Posted 12/5/2016

This position is a member of the adult Crisis Mobile Team to provide services for individuals 18 years of age and older. Emphasis is on completing psychiatric and psychosocial assessments of adults who present themselves in emotional crisis, whether on the Crisis Line, in person, or during a mobile contact in the community. View posting online for full details and to apply.

Willow Creek Behavioral Health seeks Masters Prepared Assessment and Referral Specialists

Posted 11/18/2016

Willow Creek Behavioral Health is a brand new state of the art free standing psychiatric hospital in Green Bay Wisconsin. We will offer inpatient services for adults, senior adults and adolescents severely affected by mental illness and requiring inpatient care in a psychiatric hospital.

Our Assessment & Referral Specialists assist professionals and patients with referrals, conduct free assessments for those needing assistance, and make recommendations based upon a review with our psychiatrist about treatment needs and level of care. You can make a difference in the lives of individuals and families affected by mental illness

Did you know that anywhere from 35% to 55% of people with mental illness don’t get the care that they need?  Our Assessment & Referral Department is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and makes a significant diffference in breaking down barriers to access to mental health services.

We have all shifts weekdays and weekends but are especially interested in those wishing to work overnight shifts (11:00pm to 7:30am), Weekends from 7:00am to 7:30pm, and weekends from 7:00pm until 7:30 am.  Shift differential is offered for evenings, nights and weekends.

To apply, click on this link:  Apply here to be an Assessment Specialist

by sebenl99 — last modified Mar 10, 2017 01:31 PM