Careers

Clinical Social Worker

Clinical Social Work with young children and families, group work, case management, and milieu intervention.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Provides evaluation and treatment services, including individual, group and family therapy.
  • Conducts initial screenings, provides crisis intervention as needed, as well as maintains all relevant forms, reports and documentation.
  • Works closely with RFTS team members, including staff psychiatrists and therapists in team meetings and planned interventions.
  • Maintains contact with referring and other involved professionals as needed.
  • Provides case management as needed including information and referral services to clients and collaterals.
  • Attends weekly team meetings and supervision for support.
  • Staff is expected to work up to two evenings a week.

Job Type:

  • 28-hours per week

Required education:

  • Master’s

Required experience:

  • Early Childhood: 1 year
  • Social Work: 1 year

Required license or certification:

  • LCSW

*Union position which includes comprehensive medical and dental benefits as well as a pension plan*

Send resume and cover letter to: Executiveoffice@northshorechildguidance.org

Special Events Coordinator

Duties

This is an opportunity to join the Development team at North Shore Child & Family Guidance Center, the leading community-based non-profit specialty children’s mental health organization on Long Island. The Special Events Coordinator is responsible for the day to day logistics and support of The Guidance Center’s fundraising events. The Coordinator will support the Director of Development in all fundraising efforts. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Administrative and logistical support for fundraising, cultivation and agency events including: Spring Luncheon, Annual Meeting, Krevat Cup Golf & Tennis Classic, Annual Gala, as well as other smaller events throughout the year. Each event encompasses the following tasks:

  • Setting, updating, and adhering to the event calendar to include press and public relations efforts
  • Working closely with event Committee members, scheduling Committee meetings, coordination of meeting agendas and recording of meeting minutes
  • Securing, contracting with, and liaising with all venues and event vendors; site visits are expected in advance of each event
  • Working with graphic designers and webmaster to design collateral materials and promote events both digitally and in print
  • Drafting solicitation letters, acknowledgement letters and other event-related correspondence
  • Following up on all event-related donor inquiries and requests via phone, email, or in writing
  • Correspondence with event honorees, speakers, emcees and auctioneers
  • Tracking sponsor benefits and executing them across various mediums
  • Ordering all event signage, guest take-aways, honoree awards and VIP thank you gifts
  • Production of event agenda/program
  • Securing, tracking, and acknowledging prizes for raffles, silent auctions and live auctions
  • Oversight of event volunteers
  • Management of all day-of logistics; serve as point person on-site
  • Spring Luncheon also includes correspondence with and management of boutique vendors
  • Golf & Tennis Classic also includes coordination of foursome lists and tracking of fundraising team totals in advance and on the day of the event
  • Gala also includes production of detailed run of show and management of multiple A/V systems
  • The ideal candidate will also be prepared to assume the following tasks for the larger-scale events listed above: all data entry, RSVP management, billing, coordination of seating, generation of name tags, management and coordination of event journals
  • Produces graphic flyers and/or written invitations and manages RSVPs for all smaller-scale events
  • Ensures cohesive branding across events, agency collateral materials, external press mentions and online

NECESSARY SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE:

  • Bachelor’s degree and two+ years’ experience in fundraising and donor stewardship
  • Special events and logistical coordination experience
  • Superior organizational skills, including managing multiple tasks effectively with strict attention to detail
  • Excellent computer skills with knowledge of fundraising software including Raisers Edge and Excel
  • Excellent professional writing and oral communication skills
  • An understanding of the Long Island philanthropic community
  • Investment in agency mission with above-average knowledge of mental health issues would be highly beneficial

CONTACT LAUREN MCGOWAN: LMcGowan@northshorechildguidance.org OR CALL 516-626-1971, EXT. 320

Social Media Intern

Hours: Part-time/Flexible
Compensation: Unpaid

North Shore Child & Family Guidance Center (www.northshorechildguidance.org) is seeking a Social Media Intern for six months. Main responsibilities include planning, creating, and posting content on the Guidance Center’s Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and Facebook accounts. The Social Media Intern will also be responsible for publishing weekly blog posts, using the Guidance Center’s WordPress account, centering on current and emerging mental health topics. This is an ideal opportunity for students looking to strengthen their portfolio with writing samples and gain hands on experience running professional social media accounts.

Requirements:

  • Working knowledge of professional social media
  • Prior experience with blogs
  • Sensitivity regarding mental health issues
  • Ability to run and analyze social analytics/SEO
  • Reliable and trustworthy

Preferred, but not required:

  • Knowledge of mental health/minor in a related field
  • Microsoft Office
  • Adobe Creative Suite

Send resume and cover letter to: LMcGowan@northshorechildguidance.org

Office Manager

Our busy, client-focused office needs a reliable, strong, well-organized Office Manager to handle day-to-day front end and office operations with a focus on efficiency and customer services. The Office Manager will supervise both front desk and clerical support staff in two locations.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Manage front desk; troubleshooting scheduling conflicts as they arise.
  • Office Manager will ensure adherence to office systems and internal controls as it relates to appointments, encounters, charting, and documentation standards.
  • Maintains office services by organizing office operations and procedures (i.e. controlling correspondence; and designing filing systems)
  • Will conduct chart reviews on an ongoing basis to ensure programs meet compliance and quality assurance standards/regulations.
  • Will organize and prepare charts for case dispositions, and prepare statistical reports as needed.
  • Provide supervision to support staff and ensure adequate clerical support is available to professional staff, as well as maintaining staff schedules to ensure adequate coverage.
  • Have the ability to establish a team atmosphere through leadership and employee development.
  • Work closely with both Clinical Director and Director of Outpatient Operations & Regulatory Compliance & Quality Assurance Officer.

Skills and Qualifications:

  • Knowledge of HIPAA guidelines a must.
  • Minimum Educational requirement: BA level
  • Must be computer literate and have experience with EMR/EHR systems 3-5 yrs.
  • Experience working in an Article 31 Clinics a plus.
  • Must have experience working in a medical office environment; behavioral health a plus at least 3-5 yrs
  • Articulate, great communications skills, highly organized, has leadership skills, the ability to motivate others, and be a strong team player.

Job Type:

  • Full-time

Required education:

  • Bachelor’s

Required experience:

  • Office Management: 3 years

Salary:

  • $38,500.00/year
  • Medical & Dental Benefits as well as a pension plan and 403-b plan offered

Send resume and cover letter to: Executiveoffice@northshorechildguidance.org