Frequently Asked Questions
Do you offer part-time employment?
The majority of our openings are regular, full-time positions. However, part-time opportunities occasionally become available and will be indicated accordingly.
Do you have an internship program?
We offer unpaid and paid clinical internships for Associate Clinical Social Workers, as well as Marriage & Family Therapists. Internship hours may be used towards your degree or licensure.
With appropriate coordination and approval with the school/universities, other internships or work-studies can be arranged. We have accommodated international students, e.g. from Switzerland, Ghana, Bermuda, Germany, Russia, Norway, as well as students from other cities and states. To find out more about internships, please e-mail email@example.com
What entry level positions are available?
We provide entry-level employment in direct services and administrative support.
Do you offer secretarial positions?
Throughout our organization we have secretarial, receptionist, clerical, and administrative assistant positions.
Will I receive acknowledgement that my resume has been received? Should I follow up with a phone call?
Due to the high volume of resumes received, we are unable to accommodate inquiries regarding application status. If you did not receive an error message when submitting, please assume that your resume has been received and will be processed accordingly.
Candidates who best meet the qualifications and requirements listed on the job posting will be contacted via phone or email by the hiring manager within 2-3 weeks. If your background and experience fit with the requirements of the position, you will be contacted for an interview. Resumes that do not meet the minimum qualifications and requirements and/or which do not specify the open position they are applying for, will not be reviewed.
Are there any pre-employment requirements?
All employees are asked to provide information, as determined by the position held. These could include any of the following: eligibility to work in the United States, educational degrees or licenses, experience verification, fingerprints/criminal history record, child abuse index check, DMV records, proof of car insurance, first aid and CPR certification, TB test results, or a health examination.