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Social Work Job Postings

The College of Social Work gathers and lists job postings to help you in your career in social work. If you would like to post a job with us, please send your job description, open and close date, and contact to .

Agency:  Dickerson Children’s Advocacy Center
Job Title:  Director of Clinical Services    
Description:  Responsible for oversight of the Dickerson Children’s Advocacy Center (DCAC) Clinical Program including supervision of clinical staff, program development, quality improvement, and case consultation and coordination. The Director of Clinical Services ensures that services are provided through a continuum of care focused on the best interest of the child during the assessment, investigation, prosecution, and treatment of child abuse.
Qualifications: Master’s level licensed therapist (Licensed Independent Social Work – Clinical Practitioner preferred) with a minimum of two years’ experience in child abuse treatment services.  In addition to the Director of Clinical Services (DCS) providing comprehensive assessments, treatment services, and forensic evaluations.  
Contact: Please send your cover letter and resume to .

Agency:  The Salvation Army
Job Title: Case Manager    
Description:  Provides crisis intervention and case management services for clients. Plans, develops and assists with the day-to-day operations of the social services office. Guides and assists clients in developing measurable goals and objectives to increase financial and housing stability. Identifies and advocates with community resources to assist clients in accessing necessary and helpful resources. Ensures compliance with grants and other policies and procedures.
Qualifications:  Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in Social Work, Behavioral Science, or a related field, or any equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.
Contact: Interested individuals should apple at www.salvationarmycareers.org.

Agency:  Shoreline Behavioral Health Services
Job Title: Full-time Medicaid Targeted Case Manger
Description:  Provides an organized process for moving beneficiaries through the process of change and toward the goal of self-sufficiency. Duties include meeting with clients and identifying their case management needs, linking them with the appropriate community resources, and documenting the process using MTCM guidelines. The incumbent will meet with beneficiaries and/or their family members or guardians at their homes. The initial population will include clients of the Shoreline BHS residential Women’s Recovery Center and Family Recovery Center participants.
Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college and at least one year of documented experience working with individuals with psychoactive substance disorders. A working knowledge of families and/or systems theory, knowledge of community resources and training in crisis intervention, effective communication, and cultural diversity/competency preferred.
Contact: Send cover letter and resume to:
    Shoreline Behavioral Health Services
    Attn: Kimberly Sipes
    PO Box 136
    Conway, SC 29528

Agency:  Shoreline Behavioral Health Services
Job Title: Full-time Health Educator, Grant-funded
Description:  Administers evidence-based screening tools for harmful alcohol and drug use and provides feedback to adult patients regarding associated risk levels. Conducts brief interventions with patients with goal of advising on low-risk guidelines for alcohol use and supporting patient in reducing alcohol and drug use. Provides Brief Therapy, as indicated, and refers patients in need of substance abuse treatment services to the county substance use disorder (SUD) provider. Works as part of the healthcare team and coordinates care with the healthcare site and SUD provider
Qualifications:  Master’s degree in social work or related field is preferred. Must be a South Carolina Certified Addictions Counselor OR begin the process of obtaining such certification within 6 weeks of hire. Requires basic computer skills and ability to collect and report data accurately. Person must be compassionate and non-judgmental, culturally competent, and a self-starter who can work independently and as part of a team. Previous experience with SUDs and mental health clients desired. Travel to national and state-level meetings, as well as some local travel required. Based in Little River, SC.
Contact: Send cover letter and resume to:
    Shoreline Behavioral Health Services
    Attn: Kimberly Sipes
    PO Box 136
    Conway, SC 29528

Agency:  Newberry County DSN Board
Job Title: Executive Director
Qualifications:  Minimum or a BA/BS degree from an accredited college/university in human/social services, business administration, or related field and 10 years of progressive experience in administration of programs for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, head and/or spinal cord injuries, autism or other related disabilities. Must have a valid S.C. driver’s license and clear all required background checks. Chosen candidate must be willing to reside in Newberry County.
Contact: Complete resumes should be received by the agency’s Human Resource Department by Noon on or before August 4, 2014 for consideration. Mailing address is NCDSNB, PO Box 856, Newberry, SC, 29108.

Job Title: Licensed Independent Social Worker (LISW)
Job Description: Complete assessments for Veterans, provide counseling to children, adolescents and adults in Columbia.
Qualifications: Excellent clinical and writing skills required, must type reports. Flexible hours between 9AM- 6PM Monday-Thursday (15-25 weekly), ideal position for retiree or semi-retired social worker. State of the art facility and great work environment.
Contact: Please send resumes to:

Agency:  Communities in Schools – The Midlands
Job Title: Program Coordinator
Description:  Responsible for managing the AmeriCorps grant which provides program support to selected sites that enable them to implement the CIS Model with fidelity and meet grant requirements. Grant Coordinator on several grants and support the common work of the Core Office Team as appropriate and in-line with AmeriCorps grant rules.
Qualifications:  Possess a Bachelor’s Degree or combination of education and work experience. Aside from having experience working with schools and Secommunity teams, effective written and verbal communication skills and familiarity with local health and human service agencies, the Program Coordinator must possess the knowledge, skills and personal attributes needed to support the critical features of positive youth development settings.
Contact: For information on how to apply contact 803-254-9727.

Agency:  Sexual Trauma Services of Midlands
Job Title: Prevention Education Coordinator
Salary: $30,000-$33,000 (includes health benefits and 401(K) with 3% match after one year of employment.
Description:  To assist with the planning, implementation, and evaluation of practice- and evidence-based violence prevention strategies and awareness activities. Assist CED in advancing STSM’s Strategic and Operational Plans regarding community education and outreach and other goals related to the agency and ensure overall quality assurance by researching and presenting new ideas for improvements to Education and Outreach Program. Plan and coordinate a variety of awareness events for the month of April (Sexual Assault Awareness Month), including Walk a Mile in Her Shoes awareness walk. Be available to represent STSM at health fairs and outreach events on weekends and after hours. Assist in hotline and hospital accompaniment at least three times per month. Other duties as assigned or required by grantors.
Qualifications:  A Bachelor’s Degree or higher in public health, education or macro social work plus one year youth-focused teaching experience; Experience in public speaking and/or presenting workshops in diverse communities; A passion for social justice issues and commitment to ending violence; Experience in the field of primary prevention preferred; Experience in the field of sexual assault and/or intimate partner violence preferred; Strong communication and interpersonal skills with ability to work independently as well as part of a team; and strong organizational skills, punctuality, cultural competency, professionalism, and written and oral communication skills.
Contact: Please email cover letter, resume, and references to Kayce Singletary, Community Education Director at . No phone calls please.

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