Community Mental Health Open Door Recruitment Event | Tuesday, September 20

Social Work Professionals Career Event

Visiting Nurse Service of New York

Hiring Event Details

Interviews on the spot

Tuesday, September 10, 2019
5:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Visiting Nurse Service of New York
220 E 42nd Street, 5th floor conference room, New York, NY 10017

They will be holding interviews for the following positions:

  • Licensed Professional Social Worker (LMSW, LCSW)  Full-time, Part-time
  • Licensed Therapist (LMFT, LMHC)  Full-time, Part-time
  • Social Work Supervisor  Full-time
  • Program Manager  Full-time
  • Mental Health Specialist II  Full-time
  • Care Manager  Full-time

They will be hiring for the following locations

  • All locations in the surrounding area of the event location

Requirements

  • Master’s degree in Social Work and current registration to practice as a Licensed Social Worker.
  • Minimum of one year as a social service, mental health and/or substance abuse service provider
  • Bilingual skills may be required, as determined by operational needs.
  • (Mental Health Specialist II role) Master’s Degree Counseling, or related degree required.
  • Minimum one year of social work experience in a mental health or social service setting.
  • (Care Manager role) Bachelor’s degree in a human services or related field required

How to prepare

Completing our online application prior to the event is strongly encouraged and will speed up the process. Please bring Resume and one form of a photo ID. with you to the event.

What to wear

Dress code is Business casual (dress pants/skirt, button down/blouse, optional tie).

How to get to the event

220 East 42 Street is located between 2nd and 3rd Avenues (near Grand Central Station). It is the former Daily News Building. There is a very large world globe in the lobby. Bring a photo ID to provide to lobby security in order to obtain a guest pass.

About Visiting Nurse Service of New York

For generations, New Yorkers have relied on the Visiting Nurse Service of New York for home care. Throughout their history, VNSNY has responded with vision and purpose on behalf of those who need their care. Their founder, Lillian Wald, was guided by her steadfast belief that the health and well-being of her patients and their families depended on the connections forged in healthy communities.

Today, VNSNY remains committed to its mission to improve the health and well-being of people through high-quality, cost effective healthcare in the home and community. Their offerings encompass preventive health measures, chronic disease management, and care coordination, so that individuals who require care—those who are recovering, disabled, chronically ill, or in need of assistance that cannot be provided by friends or family members—can remain in their homes and communities, safely and independently.

Their community of professionals work in a collaborative culture powered by a spirited passion for the work they do.

Event perks:

  • Snacks and refreshments
  • Meet and speak with VNSNY Social Workers
  • Hiring Managers
  • Social Work Managers
  • Recruitment and Benefits Specialists

What is a Hiring Event?

Think of it like a job fair, but for one company and more personal. Hiring events are a great way for employers to fill multiple roles quickly. Hiring is a human process, and they would like to meet you to see if you’re a fit!

55-a Diversity Career Fair | Monday, May 20

 

55-a Diversity Career Fair

The Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities invites qualified candidates who have already been screened by NYC: ATWORK to their upcoming recruitment event on Monday, May 20, 2019. This event is a great opportunity to meet with potential employers and to get exposed to the types of jobs offered through NYC: ATWORK.

Employers confirmed to participate include:

  • Mayor’s Office of Contract Services (MOCS)
  • Department of Buildings (DOB)
  • Department of Information Technology & Telecommunications (DOITT)
  • Health & Hospital Corporations (HHC)
  • Department of Education (DOE)
  • Department of Health & Mental Hygiene (DOHMH)
  • Administration for Children’s Services (ACS)
  • NYC Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS)
  • NYC Parks and Recreation
  • Office of Emergency Management (OEM)
  • Department of Finance (DOF)

You can view full job descriptions and submit resumes for the positions being recruited for by going to www.nyc.gov/nycatworkjobs and enter “Diversity Career Fair” in Search Bar. Additional postings will be added over the next week.

 The deadline to submit resumes for consideration is Friday, May 10, 2019.

 Please note:

  • The Diversity Career Fair is Invite-Only for those who are qualified for available positions and have been screened by NYC: ATWORK staff
  • Candidates must have a documented disability
  • Candidates must be eligible for services from ACCES-VR or New York State Commission for the Blind to ensure they can be verified for 55a status
  • Resumes must be tailored to the position(s) of interest; click here for tips on how to tailor your resume

If you have any questions, please contact Maricela Brea, Workforce and Intergovernmental Relations Director NYC: ATWORK, via email (mbrea@mopd.nyc.gov) or by phone (212-788-6723).

2019 ACS Prevention Services Career Fair | Tuesday, April 16

The ACS Division of Prevention Services invites graduating BSW and MSW students to meet with representatives from prevention service agencies servicing all five boroughs within New York City. Employers include Good Shepherd Services, Seamen’s Society for Children, JCCA, New Alternatives for Children, and more.

Bilingual students are especially encouraged to attend.

DATE: April 16, 2019
TIME: 11:45 am – Registration Opens; 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm – Career Fair
LOCATION: Nicholas Scopetta Children’s Center – 492 1st Avenue, New York, NY 10016

This is a no cost, FREE event. If you have additional questions, please feel free to reach out to melly.bello@acs.nyc.gov

Nationally, New York City is at the forefront in providing prevention programs to support families. ACS has steadily increased the availability of prevention programs to include evidence-based models that are shown to improve overall child and family well-being. Thousands of families are receiving intensive counseling services tailored to their needs. Services such as parenting coaching, helps parents cope with the pressures they face to raise healthy children.