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VOICES is a 501c3 nonprofit whose mission is to provide ongoing support and counseling for the 9/11 community and remembrance for all time of those lost, the stories of survivors and the heroism of rescue workers. In addition, we advocate for public policy reform needed to make us all safer.

Voices of September 11th Seeks
Full-Time Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Posting Date:
  April 7, 2014
Voices of September 11th
84 Albany Street, New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Sheri Burkat, Program Director:

Voices of September 11th (VOICES) is seeking a full-time Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) for our office in New Brunswick, New Jersey to provide clinical support and case management services for 9/11 families, survivors and first responders. Founded in the aftermath of 9/11, VOICES helps families and communities heal after tragedies. The organization provides information and support services that promote resiliency in the lives of victims' families, responders and survivors; shares best practices to assist communities in preparing for and responding to traumatic events; and advocates for public policy reforms that promote national preparedness.

The LCSW will work with VOICES Program Director to conduct outreach efforts, provide clinical counseling and psychosocial assessments, assist in obtaining supportive services, plan and implement educational programs and commemorative events and facilitate support groups. The LCSW will additionally assist in supervision of Rutgers University social work interns and unlicensed staff and may participate in administrative duties as assigned.

Clinical support will be provided for 9/11 families, first responders and survivors living in Middlesex County through a grant from the United Way of Central Jersey. In addition, VOICES will offer individual counseling and support groups for those referred from the World Trade Center Health and Medical Monitoring Program at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.

Requirements include:

  • LCSW license in the state of New Jersey
  • Clinical experience in the areas of trauma, bereavement, complicated grief, post traumatic stress
  • Expertise in psychosocial assessment, individual and group counseling
  • Experience in developing programs that promote resilience
  • Skills in conducting outreach, case management services and coordination of referrals to community based providers
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Computer literate
  • SIFI Certification (preferred)

How to apply: Email cover letter and resume to Sheri Burkat,

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161 Cherry St.
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