Social Services Manager, Jewish Care Program

 (posted 1/14/20)

Social Services Manager, Jewish Care Program 

Full-Time, Competitive Salary, and Benefits    

Locations: Albuquerque and Santa Fe 

The Social Services Manager position is Full-Time (40 hrs/week) and is located in Albuquerque and Santa Fe.  The Jewish Care Program is a program of the Jewish Federation of New Mexico.   The Jewish Care Program is dedicated to the well-being of our most vulnerable community members, moving them from isolation to connection.  

The Social Services Manager manages the care and support services offered through the Santa Fe and Albuquerque offices, and is an essential part of the JCP team.  Services addressed by this position include: 

• Outreach and ongoing support to isolated Jewish seniors 

• Support group facilitation 

• Resource and referral services 

• Volunteer management 

• Project management 

3 -5 years’ experience in related field required. Master’s degree in social work or related field strongly preferred.  Must have a valid driver license and in some cases, use one’s own vehicle, to visit clients and do community outreach.  The Jewish Federation of New Mexico offers an excellent benefit package including: medical, dental, and vision insurance, paid time off (holiday, vacation & personal/sick), and reimbursement of malpractice insurance costs.   

Preferred Experience (not limited to):   

1) Demonstrates strong organizational and time management skills with attention to detail  

3) Awareness of complex psychological issues of unresolved loss and trauma   

4) Able and willing to work as a team player  

5) Effective in community outreach and building partnerships with other organizations  

6) Proven skills in MS Office Suite: Excel, Word, and Outlook  

7) Uses initiative, is resourceful, and creative-minded  

8) Demonstrated leadership skills and effective communication skills both orally and in writing  

9) Knowledge of Albuquerque and Santa Fe community resources, Judaism, and the Jewish community preferred 

10) Ability to encourage, support and be a part of a team to accomplish Jewish Federation’s mission and goals 

Send cover letter and resume to:   

Erin Tarica, LCSW 

Director of the Jewish Care Program 

Jewish Federation of New Mexico 

For more information visit or call 505-348-4451.

Behavioral Health Consult Liaison – LCSW, LPCC, LMFT, or PhD (part-time or full-time)

(posted 1/29/20 - 2/29/20)

Presbyterian Healthcare Services seeks LCSW, LPCC, LMFT or PhD with strong clinical background to provide comprehensive psychiatric screening assessments for Emergency Department patients both in person and via telemedicine.  Employing an evidence-based clinical framework, responsibilities include assessment, care planning, intervention, and evaluation of each patient.  This position requires extensive assessment and diagnostic experience in an acute mental health environment (4+ years preferred). PHS offers competitive compensation and a comprehensive benefits package.  AA/EOE/VET/DISABLED. PHS is committed to ensuring a drug-free workplace.   

Questions?  Call 505-923-8718 or email  Apply at


(posted 2/4/20)


Peopleworks, a nonprofit providing mental wellness services, is searching for our next full-time outpatient (employee) therapist in Rio Rancho. The position may be split between Albuquerque and Rio Rancho (3 days Rio Rancho and 2 days Albuquerque) but our area of greatest need is Rio Rancho. The candidate will possess an LCSW, or be a licensed Ph.D who loves working with older adults, and adults. Position would   book 30-32 sessions per week, averaging 26 client sessions. Some benefits provided. Come work with our creative and supportive team! Our satisfaction ratings from client surveys are very high (96-99%) and our staff is treated well. 

Pay  Range: $48-56K depending upon experience

Skills   required:

Ability to engage with variety of populations and presenting problems

Can perform psychosocial assessment and diagnostics

Treatment planning

Timely and accurate documentation

Knowledge of self and skill set, and when to seek supervision

Ability to manage clients with chronic mental illness

Collaborative with coworkers and within the community

Proficient in at least one therapeutic modality

Willingness to learn about geriatric mental health, if not already familiar

Skills desired:

Couples counseling skills


Group counseling skills

Addiction knowledge and experience treating addictions

Gambling addiction knowledge and treatment

Knowledge of dementia and impact on caregivers

Please email your resume to You may include a cover letter or a  paragraph in the body of the email stating why you are interested in the position.

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