320 East 94th Street
The YES (Youth Empowered conSensuality) Program at the Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center (MSAHC) provides trauma-informed direct mental health, supportive counseling, and community education services regarding sexual and gender-based violence. We currently have an opening for a social worker on the team who will create and maintain partnerships with colleges in our area to provide comprehensive prevention and education workshops via Enough is Enough funding (Title IX). This position will also involve the development and implementation of adolescent sexual assault, intimate partner violence and crime victim services focusing on intervention and prevention at high schools and community organizations.
The social worker in this role will also be responsible for providing mental health treatment to a caseload of adolescents with a primary focus on adolescents with trauma histories. They will coordinate services with Emergency Department Services and Mount Sinai Sexual Assault Violence Intervention Program services, provide crisis intervention services to victims of sexual assault and collaborate with partner agencies such as schools, juvenile, justice, Administration for Children’s Services, foster care, etc. and have interdisciplinary collaboration with other MSAHC providers. Additional responsibilities will include coordinating information for grant related reports, tracking outcomes and quality assurance/improvement.
· Skillful in developing relationships with various stakeholders.
· Demonstrate agility, creativity and optimism.
· Have excellent organizational and documentation skills
· Experience in delivering workshops and education in the community.
· Have excellent collaborative, clinical and communication skills.
· Have experience delivering short and long term therapeutic interventions, including preventative and risk-reduction models that reflect developmentally appropriate methods and materials preferred.
· Have experience providing individual, group, and family therapy.
· Have experience working with populations who have complex trauma histories.
· Have the ability to be flexible and use non-traditional approaches in working with young adults.
· Be skilled in assessing clients’ needs in relationship to health and psychosocial functioning and establishing treatment goals accordingly.
· Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred.
· LCSW preferred.
Minimum Education Required
How To Apply
Please respond with resume and cover letter to HRAHC320@yahoo.com:attention attn: Michael Nembhard