Careers  at the Boston Center for Refugee Health & Human Rights

Interested in working with us? Please check this page for job postings; postings will appear until the position is filled.

WE CURRENTLY HAVE 3 EXCITING JOB OPPORTUNITIES AT BCRHHR:

Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker-Boston Center for Refugee Health and Human Rights (Supervisor, FT, 40hrs, Days)
 
We are looking for highly motivated individuals to provide therapy for survivors of torture and war trauma with mental health issues related to trauma and the psychosocial stressors of refugee resettlement and forced acculturation. This individual will act as a supervisor of other Clinical Social Workers. A major component of this position is providing support for asylum seekers through the asylum process as well as writing affidavits and providing testimony when appropriate (as determined by clinician and attorney). Candidate must be comfortable in service delivery in medically based outpatient setting. Candidates must have the ability to provide mental health assessments, create and manage individual treatment plans and write mental health forensic evaluations in support of asylum claims as needed as well as do crisis interventions. This position requires someone with strong cultural skills and the ability to work with a collaborative, interdisciplinary team and an ability to maintain a trauma informed care delivery perspective. This position requires a high degree of flexibility and the willingness to provide case coordination as needed as well as be engaged in grant reporting.

 

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Clinical Social Worker (Therapist) Boston Center for Refugee Health and Human Rights (32hrs, FT)
 
We are looking for highly motivated individuals to provide therapy for survivors of torture and war trauma with mental health issues related to trauma and the psychosocial stressors of refugee resettlement and forced acculturation. A major component of this position is providing support for asylum seekers through the asylum process as well as writing affidavits and providing testimony when appropriate (as determined by clinician and attorney). Candidate must be comfortable in service delivery in medically based outpatient setting. Candidates must have the ability to provide mental health assessments, create and manage individual treatment plans and write mental health forensic evaluations in support of asylum claims as needed as well as do crisis interventions. This position requires someone with strong cultural skills and the ability to work with a collaborative, interdisciplinary team and an ability to maintain a trauma informed care delivery perspective. This position requires a high degree of flexibility and the willingness to provide case coordination as needed as well as be engaged in grant reporting. 

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Career Coach| AmeriCorps New American Integration Program

We are pleased to announce that the Boston Center for Refugee Health and Human Rights at Boston Medical Center 
is a host site for the AmeriCorps New American Integration Program!

 
Please share this service opportunity with your networks. Benefits connected to opportunity and application process are linked below.

Career Coach| AmeriCorps New American Integration Program| September 5, 2018 – August 3, 2019


Provide direct job/career readiness services to asylum seekers, refugees and asylees who are newcomers to the U.S. and impacted by human rights violations. Assist with job club, industry exploration program, and improvement of resources. Tutor Limited English Proficient clients when possible in clinical setting. Contribute to the Caring Communities project. Travel at least once/month for NAIP member meetings. This is an 11 month full-time commitment. The AmeriCorps member should be motivated to work and learn with a vulnerable population and have excellent organization and interpersonal communication skills. Prefer experience working one-to-one with individuals from diverse cultures. Commitment to national and community service.

 

Please indicate “Boston Center for Refugee Health and Human Rights, AmeriCorps member” in the subject line when you apply and submit your completed application no later than July 13, 2018: http://miracoalition.org/apply-to-naip-americorps

 

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Dowling Building at Boston Medical Center

850 Harrison Ave, 7th Floor

Boston, MA 02118

(617) 414-4794

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Last updated 4/7/19