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Careers in Social Work. Michigan Social Work Job Bulletin. Sept 2016

Monday, September 19, 2016   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Duane Breijak
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Social work is a dynamic profession, requiring you to stay current in the field, whether it’s applying the latest research, understanding a new regulation and its implications, maintaining your license or professional credential, or acquiring additional training to meet the needs of an aging population, for example. Look to the following resources to grow and manage your career; maintain a practice of excellence; and better serve individuals, families, and communities.

 

Whether you are searching for a new job or looking to hire new employees at your agency, the NASW-Michigan Career Center is your place to:

  • Search Michigan Job Openings
  • Post a New Position (for free!)
  • Sign Up for Future Alerts
  • Find Research on the Social Work Labor Force
  • Explore the Social Work Profession

*Please note your log in information is the same for both the Michigan Chapter and the National NASW website.

Other Career Resources


Professional Development Booklet Updated

According to the U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), social work is the fastest growing careers in the United States. The profession is expected to grow by 19% between 2012 and 2022. Professional social workers are found in every facet of community life—in schools, hospitals, mental health clinics, senior centers, elected office, private practices, prisons, military, corporations, and in numerous public and private agencies that serve individuals and families in need. Many also serve as social and community service directors.

This Michigan Social Work Professional Development Booklet aims to help social workers (specifically new professionals) navigate an ever-changing workplace and equip them with the professional tools they may need to secure employment.


 

 

Current Job Openings:

​Advocacy / Leadership Coordinator
AMHS Director
Care Manager - General Behavioral
Case Manager
Case Manager
Clinical Coordinator - Social Worker
Clinical Faculty Position
Clinical Social Worker
Clinical social worker, Child & Adolescent Gender Services
Clinical, Community and Compliance Director
Clinician
Clinician - Developmental Disability Services
Clinician, Home Based - Developmental Disability Services
Clinician-Community Based Partnerships (School Based)
Clinician-Developmental Disability Services
Clinician-Family Assessment & Intervention Services
Clinician-Home Based Services
Community Services Advocate
Community Services Advocate
Counselor
Director of Field Instruction Program Position
Employment Case Manager
Executive Director
Executive Director
Expectant Parent Counselor/Adoption Worker
Fatherhood Services Specialist
First Responder
First Responder - Midnights
Foster Care Adoption Worker

​IDD Outpatient/Home Based Therapist
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Managing Director
Master Licensed Social Worker (LMSW)
Mediator/Evaluator - FOC
Medical Social Worker (LCSW)
Morning Transporter
Outreach / Advocacy Director
Pregnancy Counselor
Program Supervisor
Refugee Employment Case Manager and Recertification Specialist
Research Fellow
Resettlement Case Manager
Residential Program Aide
Residential Therapist
Residential Treatment Therapist
School Social Worker
School Social Worker
School Social Worker
School Social Worker
Service Coordination Team Leader
Sexual Assault Advocate
Social Work Field Education Director
Social Worker
Specialist III - Utilization Management
Specialist, Child Welfare Services
Specialist-Child Welfare Services
Supports Coordinator
Supports Coordinator Social Worker
Supports Coordinator-Developmental Disability
Survivor Advocate - Community Response Program
Tenure-Track Faculty Positions
Tenure-Track Position with a Priority in Urban Issues
Therapist
Therapist
Transportation Advocate

 


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