BronxWorks helps individuals and families improve their economic and social well-being. From toddlers to seniors, we feed, shelter, teach, and support our neighbors to build a stronger community. In all aspects of our work, we strive for the highest ethical and performance standards and are guided by the belief that people are to be treated with dignity and respect regardless of their present situation or past experiences.
BronxWorks is hiring (1) Social Worker for the Webster Campus Community School Program.
The Children and Youth Department Webster Campus Community School seeks a Full-time Licensed
Social Worker to work with students in our middle school program at IS 313 and 339.
Provide direct services to students including engagement, intake, assessment, service plan
development, referral, advocacy, counseling and exit summaries
• Monitor and document client progress towards service plan goals; document all interactions with, or on
behalf of, clients
• Provide group counseling as required by Director and School Personnel
• Maintain familiarity with agency and community resources
• Conduct home visit and field visit as required
• Promote teamwork and collaboration among staff
• Develop and build relationships with parents and families of program participants.
• Ensure a physically safe environment for participants
• Attend internal and external agency meetings and trainings
• Submit reports as required including monthly reports to supervisor
• Perform additional duties as assigned
Program Specific Responsibilities
• Coordinate with Community School Director and School Personnel to identify chronically absent
students and families in need of mental health services
• Provide individual, group, and family counseling as needed for identified caseload
• Create and maintain case records including intake, biopsychosocial, and treatment/service plan and
• Facilitate student workshops on various social/emotional topics such as building self-esteem, stress
management, healthy relationships/teen dating violence, bullying, etc
• Collaborate with Community School Director and Parent Coordinator to develop and facilitate
workshops, events and community school forums for families
• Facilitate workshops for teachers around social and emotional learning
• Conduct push-in sessions and provide support around behavioral concerns in the classrooms as
• Maintain and build partnerships with outside agencies to enhance programming
• Plan special events and other innovative programming with school and CBO staff
• Assist with supervision of children and/or provide coverage as needed (on or off-site)
• Be an active member of the attendance, community school, and school leadership team and/or