Join Our Team!

Join Our Team!

Clinical Programs Director: FT

Collat Jewish Family Services is seeking a seasoned Master’s level social worker, LICSW or equivalent to direct, manage, and develop CJFS clinical programs including Individual and Family Counseling and Senior Adult Care Management. The Director will lead and supervise a team of skilled clinicians and care managers providing counseling and social services to a diverse population of clients. Qualified candidates must have a minimum of 5 years’ experience in a clinical setting and would possess experience in providing therapy and clinical supervision, case management, program development, program administration and evaluation, and grant management. Work history with the aging population is preferred. The CJFS Clinical Director is a member of the Senior Management Team and reports to the Executive Director.

Send letters of inquiry and resumes to: Lauren Schwartz, Executive Director, at

Primary Responsibilities:

1. Management of Clinical Programs: Manage and oversee all clinical and transportation services including, but not limited to, Financial Assistance Programs, Case Management, Counseling, and Transportation; Ensure maintenance of accurate and current records; Review and provide analysis of statistical reports; Create opportunities for professional growth and continuing education for professional staff; Develop and implement strategies for program growth, efficiency, and impact/outcome achievement; Develop new programs to meet community needs; Review, monitor and update operational procedures and record keeping processes for clinical services and ensure program compliance with legal and professional standards and funding sources.

2. Supervision of Staff: Provide or arrange for professional and administrative supervision to all direct service staff, including social workers, social service support staff, student interns and drivers; Provide supervision to Clinical Administrative Assistant; Provide Direct Service; Provide direct services to clients as needed; Lead client intake and assignment process.

3. Community and Agency Leadership: Represent the agency in community; Market programs and services as needed; Participate as member of senior management team to set direction and strategy for the agency; Participate in grant writing and reporting.

Volunteer & Outreach Coordinator: PT

The CJFS Volunteer and Outreach Coordinator plans, coordinates and oversees all CJFS volunteer and outreach programs including Senior Grocery Initiative, Honor Our Parents, Baskets of Blessings, Food Closet drives and maintenance, and office mailings. The coordinator is part of the Development and Outreach Team that works to build and strengthen connections between CJFS and the community. This position is responsible for volunteer recruitment, training, engagement and recognition as well as providing outreach visits to older adults who are served by outreach programs.

Qualifications: Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent skills, training, education and experience. Social Work degree or experience preferred. Outgoing, friendly, positive, and highly organized personality. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Knowledge of Jewish customs and traditions.

Email resume to: Clay Ratcliffe at

Clinical Social Worker/Master’s Level Therapist: FT/PT

Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker or similar credentials to provide individual, couple and family counseling. In addition to therapy caseload, position may include care management, facilitating support groups, working in private K-8 school setting supporting students and teachers, and opportunity to develop psychoeducational programming to meet the needs of target populations.  Full and part time positions available. Salary commensurate with experience. Excellent benefits. Flexible schedule, M-F.

Qualifications: LICSW, or similar licensure for 3rd party billing. Minimum two years’ experience in a mental health setting. Background check and drug screen required.

Email resume to: Lauren Schwartz at

Personal Care Attendant: FT

CJFS is seeking a dependable, efficient, and caring person for full time position, providing bathing assistance, meal preparation, laundry and housekeeping to older adults. CNA preferred. The successful candidate will join a team of 5 long-standing attendants, managed by a Licensed Master’s Level Social Worker. Must have transportation and auto insurance. Background check and drug screen required.

Email resume to: LaBrena Friend, LMSW at

CJFS, Collat Jewish Family Services, is a non-profit organization with a long-standing commitment to care for people of every faith, age and race. Our diverse staff serves individuals and families at every stage of life, with a special focus on supporting independence and enriching quality of life for older adults. Our agency culture is inclusive and welcoming to all.

CJFS is an equal opportunity employer. It is our policy to recruit, hire, train, promote, and compensate individuals, and to administer any and all personnel actions in accordance with applicable state, federal or local laws, without regard to race, color, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, national origin or ancestry, pregnancy, status as a current or former member of the uniformed services, or status as a qualified individual with a disability.