Employment and Volunteer Opportunities

Finding a job that fits your desired scope can be difficult at times – that is why we created this page. This page does not show all of the opportunities that are out there – but it does provide you with a great starting point. These positions are sent to us from the companies/organizations themselves, and from SSW Faculty who hear about these wonderful opportunities. 

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Manager/Supervisor Positions 

Integrated Behavioral Health Supervisor - Outside In

The Integrated Behavioral Health Supervisor will work closely with an interdisciplinary team of clinicians, medical assistants, and support staff to offer low barrier, trauma informed, harm reduction, and high quality health and wellness services to the most vulnerable populations in the Portland metro area. This person will work within a team in the delivery of services breaking the barriers of traditional settings in order to meet patients where they are at and with patients at the center of care. This person provides clinical supervision, leads program strategies, and dedicates about half of the time to serve patients through clinical encounters.

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Job application open until filled


Executive Director - Call to Safety

Call to Safety is seeking an Executive Director to join in our efforts to end domestic and sexual violence. Our next Executive Director will lead us in our efforts to become an anti-racist organization and bring strong development and financial management skills to ensure that our recent growth is sustained into the future; finding new, creative ways to fundraise. Our next leader will have strengths in team building to help unite us and build trust as we navigate challenging work, and uncertain political landscape, and the impact the pandemic has had on our work and our community. For more information, please see the full Executive Director job description. To apply please send a cover letter and resume to jobs@calltosafety.org. The first review of applications will be on November 16th, 2020. This position will remain open until filled.

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Job application open until filled

Counseling/Therapy Positions 

Enhanced Care Coordinator/QMHP - Yamhill County Health and Human Services

This is a regular full-time position for a Human Services Specialist II or III (QMHP) to provide behavioral health services and program coordination at the Enhanced Care Facility (ECF). The ECF serves older adults and adults with disabilities who experience serious mental illness and co-occurring medical conditions in a licensed residential setting. Working as part of a multidisciplinary team, this position delivers person-centered services and supports (assessment, treatment planning, therapy, behavior support, consultation and case management) to program residents. Additional responsibilities include general oversight of programming, clinical supervision of QMHAs, offering training to program staff, collaboration with facility administration, screening referrals for potential admission, transition/discharge planning, and some reporting.

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Job application open until 11/19/2020


Behavioral Health Clinician (LCSW) - Central City Concern

CCC’s Old Town Clinic is seeking a Behavioral Health Clinician, LCSW.  Part Time or Full Time – Depending on your preference. Old Town Clinic provides compassionate health care to people who might not otherwise get care, treating them with dignity and respect no matter how complex their care.  Located in the heart of the Burnside neighborhood, patients can often get all the care they need in a single location. Duties will include: Providing evidenced-based short term psychotherapy interventions including depression problem-solving therapy for patients with various psychosocial stressors. Providing behavioral health group interventions for patients. Providing crisis intervention services.

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Job Application open until 12/26/2020


Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) - Central City Concern

Central City Concern's Old Town Clinic is seeking a Licensed Clinical Social Worker for the Summit Team. The Summit Team Licensed Clinical Social Worker works as a member of an innovative multi-disciplinary team providing integrated care to patients with advanced medical illness and co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders.  The team works to address all treatment needs, including physical health, addictions, mental health, navigation of the health care system, medication management, accessing benefits and entitlements, and accessing appropriate and affordable housing.  The role of the Summit Team Licensed Clinical Social Worker is a flexible one, engaging patients both in the clinic, in the community, and in other care settings as needed.

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Job application open until 12/26/2020


Clinical Social Work Associate - Birchwood Counseling

Adult therapist in an outpatient clinic. Contact Cat@birchwoodcounseling.net for more information.

Job application open until 12/30/2020


Behavioral Health Counselor - Outside In

The Behavioral Health Counselor works as a part of the primary care team to identify and manage patients with behavioral and medical concerns in a primary care setting. The Behavioral Health Counselor uses brief, solution-focused interventions to assess needs, support skill development, and provide psychoeducation. This position acts as a consultant to the primary care provider, providing diagnosis and care plan input and management. Work is performed at a Federally Qualified Health Center in downtown Portland and potentially at other sites providing primary care medical services including, mobile van outreach sites in Clackamas County. May also be assigned limited evening hours. Clinical supervision toward LCSW Licensure provided.

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Job application open until 11/30/2020


Counselor III - Volunteers of America Oregon

Volunteers of America Oregon is hiring a Counselor III to join our team at the Women's Residential Center. The Counselor III position is responsible for delivering substance use disorder and mental health treatment services to women involved in the corrections system through group and individual therapy, case management, team coordination, and competent medical records maintenance. Compensation: $46,185 - $53,883/year (Depends on Experience and/or Certifications). Visit our career page for more details. This is a full-time position with excellent benefits!

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Job application open until 11/17/2020

Care-Giving Positions

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Volunteer Positions 

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Other Job Postings

Social Worker - North Clackamas School District

The purpose of this position is to assist students and families in designated school(s) by developing, coordinating and providing a comprehensive set of wraparound services to address non-academic barriers. Position is responsible for supporting the needs of the student population and ensuring the delivery of services to facilitate the student’s attendance and access to an appropriate education. Position assesses needs of students and families; connects students and families to resources in and out of the district; works as a team member to develop intervention strategies; provides case management; monitors student progress; and makes referrals. Position also acts as a resource to and conducts related training for school staff.

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Job application open until filled


Communications Coordinator - Jesuit Volunteer Corps (JVC) Northwest

JVC Northwest is currently seeking a full-time Communications Coordinator (CC) to work as part of the Recruitment & Engagement Team in the Milwaukie, OR office (mostly remote work during COVID-19). The CC helps create and execute the communications strategy for the organization, including our social media strategy, website updates, Constant Contact communication, and print materials. The ideal candidate has 2-4 years of experience coordinating communications for a nonprofit, has a passion for the mission of JVC Northwest, and brings an equity lens to their work for justice. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this position will begin as a remote position, with almost all work conducted on a computer via internet connection. In the future, part of the work may shift to in-person, including attendance at meetings and support of in-person events.

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Job application open until 11/12/2020