This grant funded full-time position provides comprehensive professional social services to town residents. Works independently under the authority of the Board of Health Director. Provides social work functions, including referrals for outpatient counseling services and other resources. Responsible for intake, assessment, case assignment, and case monitoring, as well as to build relationships and trust with individuals of all ages experiencing housing concerns, mental health, substance use disorder, and individuals identified at an acutely elevated level of risk. Successful candidate will also assess immediate needs and address client concerns while maintaining consistent communication.

This position is funded through a grant for approximately 24 months, possibly longer should other grant funding become available.

Master’s degree in social work counseling preferred, or psychology as well as a Massachusetts’s license in social work and/or mental health counseling. Two or more years of experience that includes intake assessment, case management, outreach, resource linkage (local, state and federal programs), case consultation, and crisis intervention. Requires a proven ability to work with residents of all ages. Requires a working knowledge of neglect/abuse protocols for children, adults, and elderly.

Candidates must meet minimum requirements contained in job description posted at

Starting salary range is $34.10 to $38.26/hr. DOQ. Excellent benefits. Email resume to Resumes accepted until Dec. 13, or until position is filled.