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Social Worker
Phoenix, Arizona

  • Must be bilingual in Spanish/English.
  • Earn $5,000 if you can work one weekend day a week.
  • Earn $5,000 if you are a licensed social worker -- this can be either an independent or associate license.
  • Relocation bonus offered.
  • Open both licensed and unlicensed social workers.

The Clinician is responsible for providing mental health assessment and counseling intervention services, as well as continually monitoring and documenting clients’ mental well-being and overall adjustment to the client population.

Essential Functions:

  • Conduct intake, admission, and diagnostic assessments, including crisis assessments when needed, with clients, and document results.
  • Collaborate with treatment team members and clients to develop treatment plans.
  • Provide minimum of one weekly one-to-one counseling session (or more often if needed) and crisis intervention as needed.
  • Facilitate weekly psycho-educational and therapeutic client groups.
  • Continually monitor the mental well-being of clients and arrange for appropriate services as needed, including arranging for and facilitating external specialized services with community providers.
  • Provide consultation and documentation regarding clients’ functioning, mental health status, and treatment needs.
  • Travel as needed for trainings, conferences or to transport youth to destinations located within the U.S.
  • Ensure the proper supervision of youth at all times.


  • Master’s degree in social work (MSW) counseling, psychology or other relevant behavioral science field in which clinical training and experience is a program requirement and one year of postgraduate direct mental health service delivery experience.
  • One year of postgraduate direct service delivery experience preferred in conducting clinical interviewing and assessment, as well as individual and group counseling.
  • Licensed or license eligible in respective field (to include but not limited to: LPC, LCSA, LMFT, LAC, LMSW, LAMFT, and LASAC). •
  • Experience working with children, youth, and/or families from high-risk backgrounds.
  • Successful completion of 86 hours of pre-service training and job shadowing.
  • Bilingual preferred.
  • Experience working with children and youth in inpatient, residential, or detention facilities.
  • Experience working in an ethical and culturally diverse environment with undocumented children and/or refugees

To learn more, please contact Nick at or call 602-788-5890.