Job Openings


 Job Opening CSEA/SEIU Retirement Coordinator

Posted 1/6/16

Please see the job description for a Retiree Coordinator for the Connecticut State Employee Association/SEIU.

They are looking to fill this position ASAP.  A Social Worker interested in organizing or advocate work would be perfect for this position.  Please forward it to as many of your contacts as possible.
 Pay Scale – Plus Benefits
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Staff Representative 2



Staff Representative 1



Bachelor’s Degree



Master’s Degree



After 1 year



Salaries are set by the Staff Union Contract.  Offer of Staff Rep 1 or Staff Rep 2 is dependent on qualifications and experience.  

IICAPS Positions at Family & Children's Aid: two clinician positions open in  Bridgeport site

IICAPS is an intensive in home program that services children who are at risk for out of home placement. The clinicians in our Bridgeport site work with a bachelor's level mental health counselor and service children in Bridgeport, Stratford, Fairfield, Trumbull, Easton and Monroe. While IICAPS is child focused, the flexibility of the model allows for individual, parent and family sessions.

IICAPS is a wonderful opportunity for a new clinician to work in a fast paced environment. While IICAPS cases can be difficult, the work is quite rewarding.

More information can be found at, under IICAPS and submission of resumes can be directed to Erin Caso, HR director at or faxed to Erin's attention at (203) 791-2374.  

Additional questions applicants may have about IICAPS can also be directed to:

Erika Betancourt, LCSW
Family & Children's Aid
IICAPS Coordinator
(203) 727-7128 

Bilingual Clinic Therapist, The Institute of Professional Practice, Inc.

The Institute of Professional Practice, Inc., a non-profit company involved in many facets of human services has recently opened an outpatient clinic in which serves both children and adults with trauma history, and developmental disabilities. IPP is currently seeking a Bilingual Clinic Therapist to help service these clients. Below, you can find the job description with contact information

Clinic Therapist


Using a trauma-informed approach, a clinic therapist is responsible for providing assessments, individual, family or group therapy to both children and adults who are referred to the clinic.

    -Be an active and supportive participant of a healing community
    -Complete intakes and assessments

    -Utilizing trauma-focused modalities, provide individual, family or group therapy to clients as indicated

    -Gather demographic information, medical and behavioral health history and maintain such record in a secure                 location for the duration of clients’ treatment.
    -Be accurate and timely with case notes and administrative documents for insurance submission.
    -Collaborate respectfully and professionally with families, community providers relating to clients’ treatment plans         and progress.
    -Complete intakes and assessments on assigned referrals.
    -Provide individual, family and / or group therapy as assigned.
    -Attend weekly Team Meetings
    -Attend weekly clinical supervision.
    -Keep current with licensure.

    -Keep current with trauma-focused practices.

    -Bilingual- English / Spanish
    -Licensed or license eligible (within one year of hire) graduate from accredited Marriage and Family Therapy, Social      Work master’s level graduate program.
    -Minimally 3 years of work experience with children / adults with trauma history and / or developmental disabilities
    -Have received trainings in trauma focused modalities.
    -Excellent interpersonal, communication and organizational skills.

    -Must have basic computer operation skills.

Contact: Brian Wyer, 
The Institute of Professional Practice
Human Resources Generalist
(203)-317-2700 ext. 185


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