Location: St. Louis, MO; effective 6/1/2019
PT/FT Mental Health Therapist to provide home- and community-based mental health interventions to client population of immigrants and refugees in the St. Louis area under our Care Access for New Americans/Survivors of Torture program. LPC/LCSW supervision available if needed. Clients will be foreign-born adults and families, and will work in coordination with an integrated treatment team as well as our agency’s children’s programming arm. Flexible scheduling is available for this position if part-time; benefits if full-time. Read more here.
Location: St. Louis, MO; effective 7/1/2019
Full-time Coordinator of Social Services to lead diverse department in an established immigrant and refugee services nonprofit. Agency unctions as the state-funded naturalization services provider for older adults and also operates Missouri’s first designated multicultural Senior Center. Agency is an area leader in provision of culturally appropriate senior services, and the Social Services Department oversees much of this programming, as well as assisting low-income foreign- and US-born individuals with public benefits, care coordination, and case management. nonprofit serving primarily low-income foreign-born individuals in the St. Louis area.
Successful candidate will possess clinical license (social work track preferred) and have minimally 2 years of prior supervision experience and 5 years of direct practice. Extensive knowledge of Medicaid/Medicare, federal, and state social services is required.
Job Duties Include:
- Oversee social service programming, ensuring reporting and compliance across various projects, and participate in the ongoing development of new revenue sources and services for identified clientele.
- Directly oversight of 7 case workers and senior center staff within the department with a focus on older adults.
- Monitor and oversee electronic health record compliance, providing technical assistance to department staff as needed. Read more here. (read more here)
Location: St. Louis, MO; effective 8/1/2019
Seeking a full-time Clinician to join our dynamic team in providing in-school, trauma-focused counseling in the St. Louis area to immigrant, foreign-born, and refugee children utilizing somatic-based and EMDR interventions. Master’s degree or higher in Clinical Social Work or Mental Health Counseling required, as well as full or provisional licensure. Successful applicant must have completed or be willing to complete modules I and II of EMDRIA certified EMDR training. Read more here.
Part-Time Interpreters and Translators
We hold contracts with freelance interpreters and translators and we always welcome inquires from qualified interpreters and translators in any language.
Currently Bilingual International is in need of part-time interpreters and translators of the languages listed below.
If you are fluent in one or more of the following languages, please, contact Victoria Barmak at firstname.lastname@example.org:
- French Creole