Careers & Internships
Thank you for your interest in joining JBWS. We employ approximately 75 staff in a variety of full and part-time clinical, outreach and administrative positions. It is our policy to provide equal opportunity in our hiring practices to all individuals. As such, JBWS does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, or any other prohibited basis. Student internship and volunteer opportunities are available also.
To apply for a position with JBWS, you can email your cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax it to 973-605-5898 and please reference the Job Title.
FT CASE MANAGER
JBWS seeks a passionate, strengths-based, and engaging full-time Case Manager to join an interdisciplinary team working in the Transitional Living Program and Morris Family Justice Center. The ideal candidate is knowledgeable about community resources and works with clients to increase self-sufficiency using a collaborative, strengths-based and empowerment approach. Possessing strong interpersonal skills and flexibility, this case manager will provide housing advocacy, linkage to resources, and coordinate client services with other program staff.
Bachelor’s Degree in the human services, psychology, social work, or related field. Experience in housing, vocational, and/or social services case management preferred.
Must complete 40 hours of domestic violence training upon hire. Schedule includes 2 evenings per week. EOE
FT BILINGUAL COUNSELOR
JBWS seeks a passionate, dynamic, and skilled bi-lingual counselor LSW/LCSW or LAC/LPC to join an interdisciplinary team of dedicated professionals in the domestic violence field. This dedicated, organized, reliable, and flexible individual will be responsible for providing individual and group counseling and ongoing support to victims of domestic violence. Verbal and written fluency in Spanish.
Candidate is required to complete 40 hours of domestic violence training. upon hire. Schedule includes 2 evenings per week. Send cover letter and resume to email@example.com. EOE
JBWS seeks hourly counselors to join a team of dedicated professionals to work with men in an abuse intervention program. These reliable and flexible individuals will be responsible for providing group counseling, intake sessions and ongoing support to perpetrators of domestic abuse. Licensed (LSW/LCSW or LAC/LPC) or license eligible preferred. Bilingual in Spanish highly desired. May include weekday evenings and/or Saturday mornings. Candidate must complete 40 hours of domestic violence training upon hire. Send cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. EOE
Per diem positions in Safe House
including day, evening and overnight (awake position). Seeking per diem advocate to provide support and advocacy for residential clients. Responsibilities include helpline, crisis intervention, intake, assessment and security cameras. BSW or related degree is required. Include this code in subject line: RESCOUN. EOE
Per diem Overnight Advocate (awake position) to work weekends.
BSW or related degree is required. Responsibilities include answering 24-hour helpline, crisis intervention, assessment, intakes, and monitoring security cameras. Send cover letter and resume to email@example.com or fax to 973-605-5898 with the name of the position. EOE
Student Internship Opportunities
JBWS utilizes between five and eight interns in several JBWS programs during the school year. In general, JBWS interns are first or second year master's level students in Social Work or Counseling. Most of the internships are for clinical positions and we sometimes have a need for administrative interns. All interns must complete a 40+ hours training program provided by JBWS. Prospective interns should work through their school internships programs. For any questions or for more information, please contact the Volunteer Program Manager at 973-267-7520 X129 or firstname.lastname@example.org. EOE