Social Work Job Board

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Welcome to the MSU School of Social Work Online Job Board! The purpose of this online portal is to strengthen and expand the way we share employment opportunities with student and alumni job seekers beyond the SWJOBS email list.

Below, you will find employment opportunities we receive from employers, colleagues, and partners in our network that MSW and BSW degree-holders are eligible for. We are committed to sharing jobs in all areas of social work: clinical, macro, mezzo, organizational and human services, policy/advocacy, community organizing, entry-level positions, and beyond.

*AN IMPORTANT NOTE TO EMPLOYERS, OUR PARTNERS, AND ANYONE WISHING TO SHARE AN OPPORTUNITY ON THIS BOARD: You must fill out this Qualtrics survey for your opportunity to be posted. The position must be related to social work and be through an organization. Private, direct care placements will not be shared.

NOTE TO JOB SEEKERS: Questions related to these positions should be directed to the employers as we have no information beyond what is posted below.

Please check back often as we will be adding new opportunities regularly.

Current Postings

  • MRC Industries, Inc.
    Case Manager
    2022-08-26
    2022-09-09
    Micro
    Provides services to individuals with severe and persistent mental illnesses to safely maintain them in the least restrictive setting and reduce the need for psychiatric hospitalization while maintaining and enhancing the individual’s optimal functioning level. Duties include clinical and crisis intervention, assessments, service planning, monitoring, linking to and coordinating services and advocacy.
    Kalamazoo, MI
    BSW
    Minimum Bachelors’ degree in social work and a current LLBSW, LBSW, LLMSW, LMSW, LLPC, LPC or other licensure permitted by the State of Michigan preferred OR Bachelors’ degree in human service field AND one year experience working with individuals with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness
    Minimum: $39,520 - Midpoint: $49,400 - Maximum: $59,280, plus full benefits
    School Social Work
    Margaret Miller, mrc@mrcindustries.org
    Supportive and encouraging team environment • Strong culture promoting work life balance and flexibility in scheduling • Hybrid work environment allowing up to 30% of work time to be performed remotely • Meaningful work positively impacting the well-being of individuals in our community • Supervision provided in-house and during work time to meet Master’s and Bachelor’s level Social Work Licensure requirements • Competitive Total Rewards Package • Generous Paid Time Off package • Career path available
  • St. Clair County Community Mental Health
    Clinicians
    2022-08-26
    2022-09-30
    Micro
    Clinician positions available in several departments
    Port Huron, MI
    Master of Social Work
    LLMSW or LMSW
    Starting at $65,361 for LLMSW, Starting at $67,311 for LMSW
    Stephanie Shank, sshank@scccmh.org
    Hiring Bonus of $3500
  • Yearego Professional Counseling
    Clinical Therapist with Focus on Children and Adolescents
    2022-08-26
    Until filled
    Micro
    Seeking full-time Clinical Therapist with focus on child and adolescent population in a small, but rapidly growing private practice setting. Ideal candidate is self-motivated and willing to learn, has trauma certification or extensive trauma training, at least one year experience working with child/adolescent population, willingness to work with parents of young clients providing education and support, skilled in clinical assessment and diagnosis, and has experience working with anxiety, depression, ADHD, and complex/childhood trauma. Minimum case load is 20 clients per week with evening and/or weekend availability during the school year. Position is contractual with beginning fee split of 60/40 with bonus opportunity available if seeing over 30 clients per week.
    Lake Orion, MI
    Master's in Social Work or Counseling
    LMSW, LPC, LMFT, willing to consider LLPC
    $65,000 - $110,000
    Evidence Based Trauma Treatment
    Lauren Yearego, MA, LPC - (248) 303-3511, lauren@yearegopc.com
    Fully furnished window office is located in Lake Orion, MI and includes a large waiting room with several amenities for therapists and clients; flexible schedule; use of Simple Practice to manage scheduling and case notes; annual stipend for supervision or training; increased fee split for over 30 clients per week; billing, marketing and caseload provided. As a rapidly growing private practice, we value authenticity, an ongoing desire to learn and grow, ethical decision-making, a willingness to challenge ourselves and be challenged by those around us and maintaining a healthy work-life balance.
  • Bethany Christian Services
    Case Manager, Unaccompanied Children (Bi-lingual)
    2022-08-25
    2022-08-31
    Micro
    As an Unaccompanied Children (UC) Transitional Foster Care Case Manager, you will be primarily responsible for providing casework and supportive services to children in foster care, foster families, and biological families referred to Refugee and Immigrant Services TFC program.
    Holland, MI
    Bachelor’s degree in Human Services, Social Work or related field of study from an accredited college;
    Bi-lingual English and Spanish, prior experience working with refugee and/or immigrant populations preferred;Must have a broad knowledge of basic principles, concepts, and methodology of social work
    $15.98
    Karelyn Seise, kseise@bethany.org
    $1500 sign-on bonus
  • Bethany Christian Services
    Case Manager- UC TFC
    2022-08-25
    2022-08-31
    Micro
    As an Unaccompanied Children (UC) Transitional Foster Care Case Manager, you will be primarily responsible for providing casework and supportive services to children in foster care, foster families, and biological families referred to Refugee and Immigrant Services TFC program.
    Grand Rapids, MI
    Bachelor’s degree in Human Services, Social Work or related field of study from an accredited college;
    Must have a broad knowledge of basic principles, concepts, and methodology of social work as acquired through a Bachelor’s level degree; Bi-lingual English and Spanish, prior experience working with refugee and/or immigrant populations preferred; Mature and stable judgment as well as sensitivity to various cultures and the unique history of refugees; Excellent verbal and written communication skills; Demonstrated clinical, therapeutic, and crisis intervention skills; Ability to work independently and exercise a high level of confidentiality; Computer and typing skills sufficient to perform essential job functions; Active motor vehicle license and a reliable automobile with adequate insurance coverage; Pass a criminal history screen, including state and local child protection agency registries; Subscription to and integration of the agency Statement of Faith, Mission Statement, and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Commitment.
    Starting at $15.98
    Karelyn Seise, kseise@bethany.org
    $1500 sign-on bonus
  • Bethany Christian Services
    Casework Support Specialist - Bilingual (English/Spanish)
    2022-08-25
    2022-08-31
    Micro
    The UC Casework Support Specialist is primarily responsible for assisting Case Managers with the documentation, client contact, and foster parent contact processes.
    Alma, MI
    Bachelor’s level degree in Social Work, Human Services, or related field of study from an accredited college;
    Must have a broad knowledge of basic principles, concepts, and methodology of Human Service as acquired through a Bachelor’s level degree; Bilingual: English and Spanish with demonstrated proficiency both verbally and written; Excellent verbal and written communication skills; Exhibit an ability to apply the principles of logic and critical thinking with problem solving; Must have an ability to provide excellent and compassionate customerservice; Must be reliable with time sensitive deadlines and tasks; Exercise a high level of confidentiality; Work well under pressure and adaptable to change; Computer and typing skills sufficient to perform essential job functions; Active motor vehicle license and maintain a reliable vehicle with adequate insurance coverage; Pass a criminal history screen, including state and local child protection agency registries; Subscription to and integration of the agency Statement of Faith, Mission Statement, and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Commitment.
    Starting at $14.52
    Clinical Social Work with Families
    Karelyn Seise, kseise@bethany.org
    $1500 sign-on bonus
  • Michigan Coalition to End Domestic and Sexual Violence
    Domestic and Sexual Violence Hotline Advocate
    2022-08-24
    2022-09-12
    Micro
    MCEDSV has launched statewide domestic and sexual violence hotlines and is looking for full time, part time and quarter time helpline staff for first, second, and third shifts. The right candidate will provide support, advocacy, information, referrals, and crisis intervention to survivors of domestic violence. Advocates will work in a team setting and have the opportunity for growth in creation of tools and publications that support their work on the hotline/helpline.
    Okemos, MI (in person)
    Any
    Prior experience serving the needs of survivors of violence. Understanding of intersectionality, trauma-informed, and survivor-centered service delivery models. The ability to maintain confidentiality regarding callers. Ability to interact with callers in a non-judgmental manner. Ability to work independently and as part of a team. Familiarity with statewide agencies and resources for homeless and at-risk populations. Must be able to work with diverse cultural and socio-economic backgrounds. Strong organizational skills. Experience working on a hotline/helpline. The candidate will exhibit excellent communication and crisis management skills. The candidate will exhibit skills in creating tools and publications. The candidate will exhibit skills in working in a team environment. The candidate will exhibit high level of communication skills. Willingness to spend the first six weeks of hire in training “boot camp” regardless of part time or full time status. Ability to speak a second language valued.
    $17-21 per hour (DOE)
    Please submit a cover letter and resume to: applications@MCEDSV.org - for questions email Andrea.Lage@MCEDSV.org
  • Bethany Christian Services
    Therapist, Unaccompanied Children Program - Bilingual (English/Spanish)
    2022-08-25
    2022-08-31
    Micro
    As an Unaccompanied Children (UC) Therapist, you will be primarily responsible for providing weekly individual and group therapy sessions with newly arriving clients (primarily Spanish speaking), who are placed in Bethany’s Transitional Foster Care or Long-Term Foster Care programs. This position is expected to function effectively with moderate supervision while following the guidelines given on procedures, along with agency, federal, and state regulatory requirements.
    Paw Paw, MI
    Master’s degree in Counseling, Social Work, Psychology or related field of study from an accredited college;
    Master’s degree in Counseling, Social Work, Psychology or related field of study from an accredited college; At least two (2) years of post-master’s program experience in child and family services or counseling with an active LCSW or LCPC; Must have a broad knowledge of basic principles, concepts, and methodology of social work as acquired through a master’s level degree; Active professional licensure in the state of the work location; Bi-lingual English and Spanish; Prior knowledge and experience with trauma informed treatment modalities; Excellent verbal and written communication skills; Demonstrated experience working with children and families from diverse cultures with sensitivity to cultural differences and norms; Demonstrated ability to build rapport with clients to help them adjust to new life circumstances; Demonstrated ability with providing excellent clinical, therapeutic, and crisis intervention skills; Must have an ability to provide excellent and compassionate customer service; Ability to work independently and exercise a high level of confidentiality; Computer and typing skills sufficient to perform essential job functions; Active motor vehicle license and a reliable automobile with adequate insurance coverage; Pass a criminal history screen, including state and local child protection agency registries; Subscription to and integration of the agency Statement of Faith, Mission Statement, and Cultural Diversity Commitment.
    $45,000
    Clinical Social Work with Families
    kseise@bethany.org
    We value and embrace the principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion; our culture is strengthened and our workplace is more dynamic. We are a global organization with multicultural staff, clients and stakeholders, so we strive to create a workplace that reflects the communities we serve and where everyone feels empowered to bring their full, authentic selves to work. More work remains, but we are deeply committed to honestly acknowledging and addressing the impacts of race and racism throughout the organization. This work can be uncomfortable and even painful, but we believe that the greatest challenges bear the greatest rewards.
  • Monroe Community Mental Health Authority
    Child & Family CSM
    2022-08-24
    2022-09-24
    Micro
    Client Services Managers (CSM's) assess the needs of the consumer and the consumers family, when appropriate, and arranges, coordinates, monitors, evaluates, and advocates for services to meet the specific consumers needs through Family / Person center planning (PCP) and the development of an individual plan of service (FPOS/IPOS). The goal for Child and Family CSMs is to provide programs and services that promote normal development, promote healthy family functioning, support and preserve families, reunite families who have been separated, and reduce the usage of, or shorten the length of stay in, psychiatric hospitals and other substitute care settings. When providing Home Based services, services relating to plan goals will be provided primarily in the family home or a setting of the fa
    Monroe, MI
    Bachelor’s Level (Pay Grade 8) Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in social work is required. Appropriate Michigan licensure/certification is required. Master’s Level (Pay Grade 10) Master's Degree in Social Work, Psychology, or Counseling with State of Michigan Licensure. Master’s level such as • Licensed Master’s Social Work • Limited License Psychology • Licensed Professional Counselor • Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
    B.A. CSM One (1) year supervised experience in the examination, evaluation, and treatment of minors and their families within the specific consumer population in which the position holds responsibility child with mental illness or SED (QMHP*), child with developmental disability (QMRP**) required. CAFAS training preferred. Demonstrated knowledge and skills necessary to provide the appropriate care for the specific clinical needs and ages of the individuals served. Demonstrated knowledge of the clinical needs, symptoms, and behaviors of individuals served, as well as understand the principles of growth and development over the life span; have the ability to assess data reflecting each individual’s status; interpret the appropriate information needed to identify each individual’s requirements in relation to his or her age-specific/population specific needs; and to provide the care needed by the appropriate age group – (child, adult and geriatric). M.A. CSM Two (2+) years work experience within the specific consumer population in which the position holds responsibility (child with mental illness or SED (QMHP*), child with developmental disability (CMHP*** & QMRP**), home based services (CMHP***) and CAFAS training preferred.
    $23.01-30.91
    smaniaci@monroecmha.org
    Medical, dental, vision, retirement and more
  • Monroe Community Mental Health Authority
    BHT Client Services Manager
    2022-08-24
    2022-09-24
    Micro
    Under the general supervision of the Program’s Supervisor, the Client Services Manager (CSM) assesses the needs of the consumer and /or the consumer’s’ family when appropriate, and arranges, coordinates, monitors, evaluates, and advocates for services to meet the specific consumer’s needs through Family / Person Center Planning (PCP) and the development of an individual plan of service (FPOS/IPOS). The Client Services Manager is responsible for addressing both the individual consumer’s biopsychosocial status as well as the state of the social system in which case management operates, assuring the implementation and delivery of services to consumers and in keeping with the principles of recovery, self-determination and resilience, as well as developing and maintaining a therapeutic relati
    Monroe, MI
    Education, Training and Licensing Credentials: Bachelor’s Level (Pay Grade 7) Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in social work is required. Appropriate Michigan licensure/certification is required. Master’s Level (Pay Grade 9) Master's Degree in Social Work, Psychology, or Counseling with State of Michigan Licensure. Master’s level such as • Licensed Master’s Social Work • Limited License Psychology • Licensed (full/limited) Professional Counselor
    TB.A. CSM One (1) year supervised experience in the examination, evaluation, and treatment of minors and their families within the specific consumer population in which the position holds responsibility child with mental illness or SED (QMHP*, CMHP***), child or adult with developmental disability (QIDP**) required. Preferred. CAFAS/PECFAS training preferred. M.A. CSM Two (2) years’ work experience within the specific consumer population in which the position holds responsibility child with mental illness or SED (QMHP*, CMHP***), child or adult with developmental disability (QIDP**). CAFAS/PECFAS training preferred. In addition, demonstrated knowledge and skills necessary to provide the appropriate care for the specific clinical needs and ages of the individuals served. Demonstrated knowledge of the clinical needs, symptoms, and behaviors of individuals served, as well as understand the principles of growth and development over the life span; have the ability to assess data reflecting each individual’s status; interpret the appropriate information needed to identify each individual’s requirements in relation to his or her age-specific/population specific needs; and to provide the care needed by the appropriate age group – (child, adult and geriatric).
    $23.01-30.91
    smaniaci@monroecmha.org
    Medical, dental, vision, retirement and more
  • Bethany Christian Services
    Case Manager, Unaccompanied Children (Bilingual)
    2022-08-22
    2022-09-30
    Micro
    As an Unaccompanied Children(UC)Transitional Foster Care Case Manager, you will be primarily responsible for providing casework and supportive services to children in foster care, foster families, and biological families referred to Refugee and Immigrant Services TFC program.
    Holland, MI
    Bachelors Degree
    Social Work
    $16-$20 / Hour
    Greg Sischo, Regional Talent Partner, gsischo@bethany.org
    $1,500 Signing Bonus, Generous benefits, Helping unaccompanied children
  • Saginaw County Community Mental Health Authority
    Mental Health Supervisor: Child, Youth, Family Services
    2022-08-15
    2022-10-15
    Micro
    Under general supervision of the Director of Clinical Services, provides clinical and administrative supervision to professional and paraprofessional staff serving children (ages 5 – 18) through the Family Services Unit. This position will be knowledgeable about and actively support culturally competent recovery-based practices; person centered planning as a shared decision-making process with the individual, who defines his/her life goals and is assisted in developing a unique path toward those goals; and a trauma informed culture of safety to aid consumer in the recovery process.
    500 Hancock Street, Saginaw, MI 48602
    Master’s degree in a mental health related field from an accredited school.
    A minimum of five (5) year of experience in the examination, evaluation, and treatment of minors and their families and experience. Previous supervisory experience of at least two (2) years in a clinical mental health or related organization required. Valid Michigan Driver’s license with a good driving record. A licensed master’s social worker (LMSW), licensed professional counselor (LPC), licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT), and licensed psychologist (LP).
    $65,613.69 - $81,714.57 annually
    Human.Resources.Recruitment@sccmha.org
    GREAT BENEFITS! See employment opportunities section on website for more information.
  • Woodland Park Academy
    School Social Worker
    2022-08-21
    2022-09-15
    Micro
    School Social Worker to provide individualized and group support to students in a multi-tiered system as well as assessments for IEPs.
    Grand Blanc, MI
    (a) A master's degree from a graduate school of social work program. (b) Completion of an approved graduate school social work program.
    SSW License preferred
    $50/hour
    School Social Work
    Amanda Martin, amartin@wp-academy.org
    Flexibility with schedule. This position could be full time and include benefits, including MPSERS. Need a minimum of 2 full days per week but could include more time/hours.
  • Monroe Community Mental Health Authority
    Evaluation and Admission Specialist I
    2022-08-19
    2022-09-19
    Micro
    Excellent Benefits! $3,000 Sign-on Bonus! ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION Monroe Community Mental Health Authority is a community based mental health service organization dedicated to consumers living in Monroe County. We provide individual health services for people with any type of behavioral health concerns such as substance abuse, emotional issues, and intellectual and developmental disabilities. Our services are open to anyone in Monroe County who does not have insurance and cannot pay, or are insured by Medicaid, MIChild, or Health Plan of Michigan (HPM). Only those with Medicaid are guaranteed services. Our mission is to enrich lives and promote wellness. We live out that mission by being an inviting resource that offers in-house, referral, and emergency services, as well as support
    Monroe, MI
    Master’s Degree in Social Work or Counseling with current licensure.
    Two years previous experience with Mentally Ill or Co-Occurring (MI/Sub­stance Abuse) populations required. One year experience with children with SED and adults/children with a developmental disability required. Must be able to type at a rate of 35 wpm to complete all assigned paperwork daily. OR Master’s degree in Psychology with current licensure due to administering psychological testing. Two years’ experience in diagnosis testing and two years previous experience with Mentally Ill/Co-Occurring (MI/Sub­stance Abuse) populations required. One year experience with children with SED and adults/children with a developmental disability required. Must be able to type at a rate of 35 wpm to complete all assigned paperwork daily.
    $27.78-32.45
    smaniaci@monroecmha.org
    Medical, dental, vision, retirement and more
  • Monroe Community Mental Health Authority
    ACT Therapist
    2022-08-19
    2022-09-19
    Micro
    The Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) program is an intensive and highly integrated approach for community mental health service delivery. As the ACT Therapist your are assigned to individuals with severe and persistent mental illness, typically with a history of lengthy or frequent hospitalizations and/or a need for intensive community supports provided on an outreach basis. Under this model all ACT team members share in the responsibility and welfare of consumers who are assigned to the program with the goal being to maintain the individual in the community and reduce hospital recidivism. This position is eligible for a $3,000 sign on bonus!
    Monroe, MI
    Master's degree in Social Work Psychology or Counseling with Michigan LMSW, LLP or LPC.
    Two years experience with mentally ill adults preferred. Demonstrated knowledge and skills necessary to provide the appropriate care for the specific clinical needs and ages of the individuals served. Demonstrated knowledge of the clinical needs, symptoms, and behaviors of individuals served, as well as understand the principles of growth and development over the life span; have the ability to assess data reflecting each individual’s status; interpret the appropriate information needed to identify each individual’s requirements in relation to his or her age-specific/population specific needs; and to provide the care needed by the appropriate age group - (adult and geriatric).
    $26.45-30.91
    smaniaci@monroecmha.org
    Medical, dental, vision, retirement and more
  • Monroe Community Mental Health Authority
    Outpatient Therapist
    2022-08-19
    2022-09-19
    Micro
    Excellent Benefits! Eligible for Federal Student Loan Forgiveness Program! Hybrid Work Schedule available! Sign-on Bonus! The Outpatient Therapist is responsible to provide short term outpatient therapy to adults determined to have psycho-social problems which impede adequate functioning in one or more of the following areas: school, work, community, family, interpersonal relationships. In addition, Outpatient Therapists are responsible for delivery of direct and indirect service units consistent with qualitative and quantitative performance goals and standards established for short term outpatient services.
    Monroe, MI
    Masters degree in social work or psychology with current Michigan licensure or certification as a LMSW, LLP or LPC. One year experience in clinical assessment and providing short-term outpatient therapy to emotionally impaired adults using individual, group and family modalities preferred.
    Ability to work in a complex, detail-oriented, deadline structured, busy organization. The following physical and mental abilities are required: frequent lifting or carrying up to 15 pounds, must be able to hear, frequent sitting/standing/walking, ability to communicated effectively in person and/or phone, the ability to read, analyze and interpret information, ability to write correspondence and procedures, ability to maintain records, ability to remain impartial during investigative procedures, ability to solve practical problems, ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions, ability to influence others. Demonstrated proficiency in MS Outlook, Word and such other applications if/when required. Ability to be trained and successfully complete other computer training as required. Valid driver’s license, proof of current automobile insurance and driving record determined by the Authority’s insurance carrier to be eligible for coverage if required as part of positions duties.
    $26.45-28.23
    smaniaci@monroecmha.org
    Medical, dental, vision, retirement and more
  • Peckham, Inc.
    Case Manager
    2022-08-19
    2022-09-02
    Micro
    The Case Manager (Vocational Services Specialist) provides crisis management, vocational services, case management, and human resources support to individuals with disabilities and other barriers to employment. This position provides vocational counseling and coaching to team members to assist them in maintaining employment and providing applicable community resource referrals. The Vocational Services Specialist also provides consultation to Peckham staff to maximize the quality of on-site vocational rehabilitation services.
    Lansing, MI
    Bachelors Degree
    Bachelors Degree in a related field, Experience working with people with barriers to employment
    $40,000-46,000
    517-940-6841 - Jillian Miller, jimiller@peckham.org
    peckham.org
    Peckham is a mission-driven, award-winning social enterprise where we strive to provide world-class vocational rehabilitation to persons with disabilities and/or barriers to employment while also providing excellent customer service to a diverse range of customers. One of Peckham’s core values is “People matter to us – A WHOLE LOT” demonstrating our commitment to our people and the communities we serve. We strive to be people-centered in all we do.
  • Ingham County Health Department
    Medical Social Worker
    2022-08-10
    Until filled
    Micro
    Under the supervision of a Public Health Services Supervisor, assesses the social and emotional needs of public health clients to identify risk areas that could prevent the client from having a healthy outcome to pregnancy and ability to parent a child, families in crisis, and adults with psycho-social needs. Assists clients in obtaining assistance to meet those needs. Provides direct short-term counseling services to clients.
    5303 S Cedar St Lansing, MI 48911
    Possession of a Master’s Degree in Social Work
    LMSW required. Possession of a valid Michigan driver’s license. One year of professional experience working with maternal/child health or families.
    $69,735.57+ Annually
    Tianna Leon, tleon@ingham.org
    Position will be working within our Maternal & Child Health Division, as part of our Healthy Start program
  • The Nurturing Space Counseling, PLLC
    Clinical Therapist w/ Focus on Teen and Young Adult Women
    2022-08-08
    Until filled
    Micro
    Seeking Full-Time Clinical Therapist with focus on teenage and young adult women to work in expanding private practice in Traverse City, Michigan. Ideal candidate is a highly motivated self-starter who is skilled in clinical assessment, diagnosis and treatment of mental health conditions and has experience with providing treatment for anxiety, depression, complex/relational trauma; eating disorders; body image issues; attachment issues; LGBTQ issues and/ or relationship issues using EBT including EMDR, TF-CBT/ CBT, DBT, and somatic therapies. Minimum of one year working with teens/ young adults is preferred. Must be able to commit to building a caseload of 22 client sessions per week for FT status and must be able to work until 6:30-7PM a minumum of two days per week during school year.
    Traverse City, Michigan Hybrid In-Person and Remote
    Master's in Social Work or Counseling
    LMSW, LPC, LMFT, Will consider LLMSW with Trauma Certificate, Min. One year clinical experience treating trauma, anxiety and depression preferred
    $58,000.00-$66,000.00 Annual, $1000 signing bonus after 9 months at FT status
    Evidence Based Trauma Treatment
    Melanie Villanueva, LMSW 231-571-0445, email for full job description/ posting melanie@thenurturingspace.org
    PERKS • Signing bonus for FT ($1000 after 9 months at FT Status) • Flexible schedule • Increased pay for evening and weekend availability • Collaborative, team-oriented workplace culture with emphasis on continued learning and skill set development • Consistent case consultation provided to promote excellent clinical work/ client care and clinical growth • Promotion of healthy work-life balance and self-care including a Wellness Initiative • Furnished Office in a serene setting overlooking Boardman Lake in Traverse City, MI • Billing and Intake Coordination provided • Marketing provided • Professional liability Insurance provided • Additional earning opportunities in addition to compensation for clinical work • Access to resource library and therapy materials Benefits: •Competitive compensation package commensurate with experience •Professional Development fund for Full-Time ($800/ yr) and Part-Time ($500/yr) Clinicians • Paid vacation time and holidays for Full-Time Clinicians
  • Resolution Services Center of Central Michigan
    Restorative Justice Facilitator
    2022-08-04
    Until filled
    Micro
    What is Restorative Justice? Restorative Justice is a peaceful conflict resolution tool that brings together all parties affected by conflict to discuss the incident, its impact on relationships and community, and find ways to heal harm collectively. Through a variety of interventions such as the circling process and restorative conversations, RJ helps establish understanding, empathy, and collaborative problem solving to support life-enriching connections. Job Description: The Restorative Practices Facilitator is responsible for providing Restorative Justice services in the schools where they work under the support and direction of the RP manager. Job Duties: The job duties listed are typical examples of the work performed by this job classification.
    Lansing, East Lansing, Mason, Holt
    High School
    Ability to work with children (5-18); non-judgmental
    $15 per hour
    Child Welfare
    Program Manager, rjprogram@rsccm.org
    Flexible scheduling; between 18-30 hours per week
  • Bethany Christian Services
    Case Manager- UC TFC
    2022-08-02
    2022-09-02
    Micro
    As an Unaccompanied Children (UC) Transitional Foster Care Case Manager, you will be primarily responsible for providing casework and supportive services to children in foster care, foster families, and biological families referred to Refugee and Immigrant Services TFC program.
    Grand Rapids, MI
    Bachelor’s degree in Human Services, Social Work or related field of study from an accredited college
    Must have a broad knowledge of basic principles, concepts, and methodology of social work as acquired through a Bachelor’s level degree; Bi-lingual English and Spanish, prior experience working with refugee and/or immigrant populations preferred; Mature and stable judgment as well as sensitivity to various cultures and the unique history of refugees; Excellent verbal and written communication skills; Demonstrated clinical, therapeutic, and crisis intervention skills; Ability to work independently and exercise a high level of confidentiality; Computer and typing skills sufficient to perform essential job functions; Active motor vehicle license and a reliable automobile with adequate insurance coverage; Pass a criminal history screen, including state and local child protection agency registries; Subscription to and integration of the agency Statement of Faith, Mission Statement, and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Commitment.
    $33,228.26 to $41,535.33
    School Social Work
    aodom@bethany.org
    This position is offering a $1,500 signing bonus.
  • Fair Housing Center of Southeast & Mid Michigan
    Assistant Coordinator of Investigations
    2022-08-02
    2022-08-31
    Mezzo
    The Fair Housing Center is seeking a committed, hard working advocate to conduct investigations in an effort to uncover illegal housing discrimination. Responsibilities will include: Collaborating with FHC staff to design undercover investigations (tests), including the supervision and implementation testing assignments. Recruiting and training new civil rights testers. Taking complaints of illegal housing discrimination over the phone. Informing complainants of their rights under fair housing law. Making referrals to local service agencies. Working with FHC staff to advocate on behalf of complainants.
    Ypsilanti, Lansing, combination of in-person and remote work.
    Work and/or volunteer experience in fields related to community organizing/advocacy, housing, or civil rights. Experience supervising/organizing volunteers.
    Must have the ability and desire to work with people from diverse backgrounds, attention to detail, excellent problem solving skills, and the ability to think creatively. Must be self-directed, have good communication/interpersonal skills, and the ability to advocate on behalf of others. Proficient in Microsoft Office and Google Workspace. Applicant should have a driver’s license and access to a car.
    $47,000 to $50,000
    Pam Kisch (she/her/hers), info@fhcmichigan.org
    includes health insurance, 3 weeks paid vacation, and holidays
  • Grandvue Medical Care Facility
    Licensed Social Worker
    2022-08-02
    Until filled
    Mezzo
    Grandvue, Charlevoix County Medical Care Facility, is looking for a Licensed Social Worker to join our Social Work and Admissions Team and assist Residents in attaining or maintaining the highest practicable physical, mental and psychosocial well-being possible. Successful candidate will possess a bachelor’s degree in social work, a minimum of 2 years of supervised social work experience in a health care setting working directly with individuals, experience/education in gerontology, a passion for person-centered care, strong communication and critical thinking skills, and knowledge of interpersonal and family/system dynamics.
    1728 South Peninsula Rd. East Jordan, MI 49727
    Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work
    Licensed in State of Michigan with minimum of 2 years of supervised social work experience in a health care setting
    $27.61 - 31.44 / hour
    Health and Aging
    Human Resource Department, Jane Korthase or Matthew Whitley (231) 536-2286, mwhitley@grandvue.org
    Blue Care Network Insurance, Vision Insurance, Delta Dental Insurance, $20k Company-Paid Life Insurance, Longevity Bonus after 3 years, Generous Time-Off Plan, Facility-Paid Retirement Plan
  • Monroe Community Mental Health Authority
    Evaluation & Admissions/Short Term Outpatient Therapist
    2022-07-28
    2022-08-29
    Micro
    The primary purpose of this position is being responsible for crisis service, initial screenings, SUD screenings, coordinate intake appointments for persons meeting the medical necessity for services through the Monroe Community Mental Health Authority (MCMHA) with the Access Department and to provide short-term outpatient therapy to those individuals attending Monroe County Community College. The primary goal is to provide short term therapy, such as Brief Solution Focused Therapy, to youth/adults determined to have mild to moderate symptoms that would normally not be served by MCMHA and who experience psycho social problems which impede adequate functioning in one or more of the following areas: school, work, community, family, interpersonal relationships.
    Monroe, MI
    Master’s degree in social work or psychology with current Michigan licensure or certification as a LMSW, LLP or LPC.
    Experience in clinical assessment and providing short term outpatient therapy to emotionally impaired youth/adults using individual, group and family modalities preferred.
    $27.78-32.45/hour
    Certificate
    Sarah Maniaci, smaniaci@monroecmha.org
    Medical, dental, vision, retirement
  • Bethany Christian Services
    Refugee Foster Care Licensing Specialist
    2022-07-05
    2022-08-28
    Micro
    As a Refugee Foster Care (RFC) Licensing Specialist, you will be primarily responsible for coordinating recruitment, licensing, and education for foster parents to facilitate intake and placement of refugee and unaccompanied children in out-of-home placements.
    Grand Rapids, MI
    Bachelor’s degree in Human Services or related field of study from an accredited college;
    Prior experience working in foster care or child welfare, a plus; Demonstrated ability with interviewing, placement, diagnostic and family assessment skills; Demonstrated ability to relate well and work well with others; Eligible to obtain professional licensure in the State of Michigan; Demonstrated ability to work independently with high initiative; Excellent verbal and written communication skills; Must have an ability to provide excellent and compassionate customer service; Computer and typing skills sufficient to perform essential job functions; Active motor vehicle license and a reliable automobile with adequate insurance coverage; Pass a criminal history screen, including state and local child protection agency registries; Subscription to and integration of the agency Statement of Faith, Mission Statement, and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Commitment.
    $15.98 to $19.97 hourly
    School Social Work
    aodom@bethany.org
    This position is offering a $1,500 signing bonus.
  • Avondale School District
    School Social Work Substitute
    2022-07-15
    2022-11-22
    Micro
    This position for my maternity leave. It is a short term (10-12 week) substitute position. It is a high school special ed school social work position at Avondale High School in Auburn Hills, MI. The start date would be August 15th and the anticipated end date (depending on when I deliver) is November 17th. The compensation is $150/day for 7.25 daily hours 5 days a week. It's a great team with another veteran full time SSW in the building and lots of support. Feel free to contact me with any questions! anne.ossewaarde@avondaleschools.org
    Avondale High School. 2800 Waukegan Ave. Auburn Hills, MI 48326
    Master's in Social Work. At least a limited license and a Temporary Approval as a School Social Worker in Michigan
    $150/day for a 7.25 work day, 5 days a week.
    School Social Work
    Anne Ossewaarde (current SSW), Melinda Carroll (Director of Special Education), or Doug Wilson (High School Principal), anne.ossewaarde@avondaleschools.org, melinda.carroll@avondaleschools.org, douglas.wilson@avondaleschools.org
  • Monroe Community Mental Health Authority
    MH Court/Jail Diversion Client Services Manager
    2022-07-22
    2022-08-29
    Micro
    The SUD Jail Diversion clinician provides treatment, outreach, and comprehensive and coordinated case management for adults who are in the correctional setting and preparing for exit (or recently exited) the criminal justice system who need supports related to substance abuse and behavioral health treatment services. The clinician shall follow the Mission CJ treatment process when working with individuals in the corrections settings and in the community. The clinician will work on either the male team serving men incarcerated at the Monroe County Jail or on the womans team servicing women incarcerated in the Monroe County Jail and/or the Huron Valley Womens Prison. The SUD Jail Diversion clinician is responsible for executing an Individual Plan of Service developed by the clinician and con
    Monroe, MI
    Masters degree in social work or psychology with Michigan licensure
    One year case management with chronic mentally ill and/or developmentally disabled, experience with criminal justice system preferred
    $23.01-30.91
    Sarah Maniaci, smaniaci@monroecmha.org
    Benefits package
  • Monroe Community Mental Health Authority
    Evaluation and Admission Specialist
    2022-07-22
    2022-08-29
    Micro
    This position is responsible for providing triage, crisis service, initial assessments, pre-screen assessments, level of care authorizations for persons requesting service of the Monroe Community Mental Health Authority (MCMHA). The E&A Specialist responds to initial requests for services on a walk-in, and phone-in, and scheduled basis. In these initial contacts emergency services are provided on an as needed basis. Based on professional assessment: 1) initial psychosocial assessments will be completed by the assigned program staff; 2) may refer cases to other community agencies consistent with interagency referral agreements; 3) provide face to face biopsychosocial assessments and make referrals to community resources. 4) may open cases to the Access Department with an Emergency Services
    Monroe, MI
    Master's degree in social work or counseling with current licensure
    Two years previous experience with Mentally Ill or Co-Occurring (MI/Sub­stance Abuse) populations required. One year experience with children with SED and adults/children with a developmental disability required. Must be able to type at a rate of 35 wpm to complete all assigned paperwork daily.
    $27.78-32.45
    Sarah Maniaci, smaniaci@monroecmha.org
    Benefits package
  • Monroe Community Mental Health Authority
    Housing and Vocational Specialist
    2022-07-22
    2022-08-29
    Micro
    The Housing and Vocational Specialist will provide additional services to open consumers receiving case management services, as medically necessary. Housing Assistance enables consumers to secure and/or maintain their own housing as set forth in the beneficiaries individual plan of service. Supported/Integrated Employment services are services that are provided in a variety of community settings for the purposes of supporting individuals in obtaining and sustaining individual competitive integrated employment. Primary responsibilities include developing relationships with local employers and landlords, roommate identification (as needed), conducting needs assessments both on the individual and community level, attend and actively participate in relevant community meetings, partner with com
    Monroe, MI
    Bachelors degree in human services-related field
    At least 1 year experience providing job placement and/or housing coordination services preferred. May consider an equivalent level of work experience in lieu of experience.
    $24.15-28.22
    Sarah Maniaci, smaniaci@monroecmha.org
    Benefits package
  • Salvation Army Harbor Light
    Substance Abuse Therapist
    2022-07-19
    Until filled
    Micro
    Conduct individual, group and educational counseling sessions- Maintain case records in accordance with Harbor Light standards- Distribute/collect treatment satisfaction surveys at beginning of treatment, mid treatment and discharge- Follow up to determine reliability and validity of individual client treatment plan established; makes recommendations regarding modification to services and service delivery- Maintain contact with referral sources- Complete discharge documentation including aftercare plan and referral to continuing care- Participates in the review of clinical activities- Attends all clinical staff meetings and team conferences-Participates in educational courses, seminars and workshops, current literature and in-service meetings to enhance treatment skills
    Clinton Twp, MI
    Masters Degree
    Masters in Social Worker (LLMSW or LMSW) or Licensed Professional Counselor (LLPC or LPC). Must possess MCBAP credential or approved development plan obtained within the first 30 days of employment
    $56,755 - $69,500 a year
    Danielle Smith, Human Resource Manager danielle.smith@usc.salvationarmy.org. Kaitlin Long, Clinical Supervisor kaitlin.long@usc.salvationarmy.org or Christopher Miller, Site Administrator christopher.miller@usc.salvationarmy.org
    https://www.salvationarmyusa.org/usn/
    401K -Dental Insurance- Flexible Schedule (4 or 5 day work week)- Flexible Spending Account- Health Insurance- Life Insurance- Paid Time Off- Professional Develop Assistance- Retirement Plan- Vision
  • Northwest Michigan Health Services, Inc.
    School-based Behavioral Health Therapist
    2022-07-18
    2022-09-16
    Micro
    Manistee, MI
    LMSW or LPC
    Experience providing counseling services for children, adolescents and families preferred
    Evidence Based Trauma Treatment
    Tuition repayment program available via HRSA and MI Child programs, 11 paid holidays, generous PTO program, choice of two health plans, paid life, ADD, Short-term and Long-term disability, continuing education paid hours and reimbursement
    Catherine Anthony, canthony@nmhsi.org
    In this role you will provide professional, in-depth, mental health counseling services to students aged 5-21, within a school-based healthcare setting and all ages in a traditional healthcare clinic. You may interact with other child and adolescent health clinics, other healthcare professionals as well as a multi-disciplinary school staff team. The on-site school Behavioral Health Therapist is part of a team at the Child and Adolescent Health Center responsible to provide important access to healthcare services for students and serves as an integrating link for Northwest Michigan Health Services, Inc. and the Manistee Area Public Schools.
    $48,000 to 65,000
  • Clarenceville School District
    School Social Worker
    2022-07-15
    Until filled
    Macro
    Clarenceville Middle School
    Masters - Social Work
    MSW degree with eligibility for temporary or full approval as School Social Worker in Michigan
    School Social Work
    Clarenceville School District is located in Livonia Michigan and offers a great working environment and opportunities for professional growth
    Contact Neil Thomas @ neil.thomas@clarencevilleschools.org
    RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES • Provide an educational program that meets the educational needs of each student in the teacher's area of responsibility • Provide instruction consistent with District and school expectations and which meets the educational needs of all students assigned to the teacher • Communicate with students, parents, administrators and other staff members in a manner which is consistent with District and school expectations • The ability to independently and accurately implement the requirements of IDEA and Michigan's Special Education Rules, including the MET/IEPT process, timelines, and eligibility criteria, as well as the requirements of Section 504 • Skill in assessment and the ability to use this skill to participate in differential diagnosis of disabilities, as well
    $45,924 - $65,026 depending on experience. We do give credit for years worked.
  • Heritage Southwest Intermediate School District
    School Social Worker/Positive Behavior Support Specialist
    2022-07-15
    Until filled
    Macro
    Cass County, MI Schools
    MSW and full of temporary SSW approval
    Master’s Degree in Social Work. Full approval as a school social worker or eligible for temporary approval (link to Michigan Department of Education Requirements for School Social Worker Approval) For temporary approval, a candidate must possess a: Master’s degree from a graduate school of social work program approve by MDE, including a minimum 500-clock-hour practicum SSW-310 form from a Michigan school of social work training program MDE offers this guidance for candidates who completed a social work program out-of-state
    School Social Work
    Salary and fringe benefits are according to the master agreement. • Position is 186 days with contract beginning 2022-2023 school year.
    Josh Townsley, Director of Instructional Leadership and School Improvement, Josh.townsley@hsisd.org
    To facilitate schools in achieving successful learning outcomes for all students by completing individual assessments and making programmatic and instructional recommendations for students that are at risk or receiving special education services, as well as helping school teams implement a multi-tiered system of support (MTSS) framework for behavior, including school-wide, classroom, and individualized supports.
    $47,360-75,232+ (depending on years of experience)
  • Barry Intermediate School District
    Social Worker
    2022-07-14
    2022-09-06
    Micro
    Hastings, MI
    Master's Degree in Social Work
    A Master’s Degree in Social Work, Approval by the State Board of Education as a School Social Worker
    School Social Work
    To provide social work services to students who qualify for special education Services. This shall include but not be limited to completion of evaluations, reports, serve as a member of the IEP team, development of therapy goals, delivery of services, and consultation with appropriate individuals.
    Richard Franklin, rfranklin@barryisd.org
    To provide social work services to students who qualify for special education Services. This shall include but not be limited to completion of evaluations, reports, serve as a member of the IEP team, development of therapy goals, delivery of services, and consultation with appropriate individuals.
    $41,195-$72,280