Careers

We are currently accepting applications for the following positions at our Manhattan office. For general job openings, please click here.

Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

We are seeking a Chief Financial Officer with knowledge of the principles of financial management, clinic financial and budgetary practices, and the ability to analyze financial data and patterns, prepare financial statements, etc. Ideal candidates will possess a high degree of initiative, judgment, discretion, and decision-making and the ability to apply these skills towards strategic business objectives and employee performance objectives. Experience in Healthcare with governmental and health care fiscal regulations and reporting required.

Job Requirements:

  • Interacts with management staff in developing the strategic plan and it’s the company’s financial planning component.
  • Oversees and directs budgeting, purchasing, long-range forecasting, and insurance activities for the organization.
  • Evaluates the organization's financial position and issues periodic reports on the organization's financial stability, liquidity, and growth.
  • Develops and implements financial policies and procedures and ensures compliance.
  • Assures implementation of internal controls and generally accepted accounting procedures.
  • Oversees and directs the revenue department.
  • Supervises the analysis of costs and makes rate recommendations to ensure appropriate income/cash flow.
  • Track financial Key Performance Indicators, analyze and report trends
  • Manage all financial audit activities
  • Supervise the finance department day-to-day transactions
  • Ensure that the organization is prepared to effectively respond financially and administratively to NY State mandated changes in the provision of health and mental health services through managed care

Financial Management

  • Analyze and present all financial reports, including monthly and annual statements
  • Prepare all financial, program and grants accounting including grant proposal budgets
  • Coordinate and lead the annual audit process, prepare all analysis
  • Lead annual budgeting process; administer and review all program financial, plans and budgets
  • Prepare monthly Cash Flow statements
  • All QuickBooks/bookkeeping entries including A/P, C/R
  • Clearly present all financial matters to the Executive Director and the Board of Directors

Education & Experience:

  • Degree in accounting
  • 8 - 10 years of experience in financial/accounting management.
  • Experience in health care financial management a plus
  • Experience in Non-For-Profit preferred
  • Experience with IRS 990
  • Experience with Forms CHAR 500 & 5500
  • Experience with 403(b) & 401(a) plans
  • Experience in behavioral health field a plus
  • Experience completing CFR

Skills

  • Quick Books
  • Microsoft Office
  • Advan ced Excel Skills
  • FundEZ

 

To apply, email Cover Letter and Resume to HR@bowencsc.org or Fax #: 212-368-5608

 

DIRECTOR OF CARE MANAGEMENT

The Director of Care Management will lead the clinical, strategic operations and growth of the Program. Responsibilities include supervising staff, development of case managers and overseeing day to day workflow processes. Candidate works collaboratively with the leadership team supporting high quality outcomes and client satisfaction. The Director ensures timely and appropriate access of services, and that team is compliant with all regulatory requirements. They also must have the ability to maintain positive relationships with various State and City agencies overseeing the program.

Responsibilities:

  • Provides day-to-day oversight of Care Management operations, including a staff of 15 and a client base of 500, ensuring all practices and programs are aligned with the overall strategic plan, work in collaboration with executive leadership to develop strategic actions plans.
  • Sets direction for Care Management staff, ensuring accountability, quality outcomes, and follow-through.
  • Provides leadership and direction to Care Management team.
  • Monitors performance ensuring that productivity standards are met.
  • Organizes teams and provides for their professional development, leadership and mentoring.
  • Coordinates work between internal and external program staff.
  • Executes strategic management plans, mobilizes resources to accomplish results, monitors outcomes, and evaluates operations for continual performance improvement.
  • Actively Participates in budget preparation and planning
  • Run reports and follow up accordingly to ensure activities take place within required timeframes
  • Support employee growth through regular supervision and person specific performance goals
  • Plays active role in creating, applying and utilizing policies and procedures.
  • Performs other duties as assigned

Experience:

  • The ideal candidate is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) with a minimum of 3- 5 years of professional experience within a Managed Care Organization.
  • Solid background in supervision and administration.
  • Experience working with NYC health home system
  • Working knowledge of EHR software systems [ACD,GSI, BTQ, AOT portal], Excel, HCBS, CANS-NY certified and data analytics
  • Excellent communication skills and problem solving skills required
  • Demonstrate leadership abilities.
  • Demonstrate professionalism, respect and ability to work in a team environment.

We offer a competitive salary with excellent benefits.

To apply, email Cover Letter and Resume to HR@bowencsc.org or Fax #: 212-368-5608

PBHCI BILINGUAL (ENGLISH/SPANISH) INTAKE AND ASSESSMENT SPECIALIST

Description of Duties and Responsibilities: Upper Manhattan Mental Health Center (UMMHC), a comprehensive behavioral health clinic that has served Washington Heights for over 30 years, is seeking Intake and Assessment Specialist for our Primary and Behavioral Health Care Integration (PBHCI) program. PBHCI is a transformative initiative, funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA),  that is designed to improve the physical health status of people living with mental illnesses and/or chemical addiction, thereby helping to improve and ultimately, save lives of individuals in our community.

The Intake and Assessment Specialist is responsible for recruiting patients to participate in the PBHCI grant, and ensuring they complete all requirements within the appropriate timeframe.  Specific responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Recruit UMMHC patients to participate in PBHCI grant study
  • Conduct patient questionnaires, enter responses into electronic database; ensure all patients complete grant requirements within prescribed timeframes
  • Provide patient education and referrals to primary care or other services as needed
  • Recruit patients for wellness workshops, make weekly reminder phone calls
  • Arrange for patients to be escorted to medical appointments; facilitate transportation
  • Communicate with other health care providers as part of a care team
  • Independently respond to and compose correspondence
  • Maintain electronic database of all patient encounters
  • Process referrals from outside providers
  • Other duties as required

Qualifications for Position: High School Diploma or GED.  A minimum of one (1) year of health care experience, preferably in a behavioral health setting. Patient recruiting experience is strongly preferred. Bilingual English/Spanish is required.

Skills and Knowledge Required: Data entry experience is preferred. Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office Word, Outlook and Excel.

Personal Qualities: Ability to multitask and manage competing priorities in a fast-paced environment under minimal direction; work positively with individuals of diverse backgrounds, including patients, healthcare providers, family members and community at large; excellent oral and written communication skills; highly organized; and self-sufficient.

Salary Range: Competitive

Hours per Day or Week: 35 hours per week (full-time), Monday-Friday

To apply, email Cover Letter and Resume to HR@bowencsc.org.

TEACHER-SPECIAL EDUCATION (MASTER'S LEVEL)

PROGRAM:                  CHILDREN’S THERAPEUTIC PRESCHOOL

HOURS:                       35 per week, Monday – Friday

UNION STATUS:           Union Position

QUALIFICATIONS:   

Has passed the Teacher Certification Exams:  LAST, ATS and Students with Disabilities Master Degree.  Have familiarity with IEP’s in order to ensure that the goals are met through daily instruction.  Have knowledge and understanding of behavioral interventions in the classroom for children with behavioral problems.  Have knowledge of the various disabilities that will be encountered in the classroom.

DUTIES:

  • Provide for the educational and cognitive needs of children, through curriculum planning, direct instruction, classroom management, etc.
  • Supervise assistant teachers in their work with program clients in the classroom.
  • Participate in case conferences and in-service staff training sessions.
  • Meet with parents to discuss their child’s cognitive growth and development within the classroom.
  • Maintain record of child’s educational progress.
  • Attend regularly scheduled staff meetings.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Director of Children’s Services and /or designee.

 

REPORTS TO:     Director of Children’s Therapeutic Preschool Program; supervised by the School Building Leader

To apply, email Cover Letter and Resume to HR@bowencsc.org or Fax #: 212-368-5608

SUPERVISOR

PROGRAM:       CHILDREN’S OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT

HOURS:            35 per week, Monday – Friday; some evenings and  Saturdays required Social Work Supervisor LCSW Child/Adolescent Clinic.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Experience working with children and adolescents.  Bilingual preferred, some evening and Saturdays required.    At least five (5) years experience in working with children, adolescents and families.  Previous supervisory and administrative experience, knowledge of city and state regulations, procedures and policies pertaining to children’s services.

DUTIES:              

  • Supervise interns and LMSWs
  • Carry small caseload
  • Complete all required documentation per NYS and agency quality management and utilization review protocols,
  • Coordinate unit utilization review and quality management activities.
  • Conduct outreach and staff training
  • Participate in disposition meetings, staff meetings agency trainings and grand rounds.

 

SUPERVISORY RELATIONSHIP:  Report directly to the Unit Director

To apply, email Cover Letter and Resume to HR@bowencsc.org or Fax #: 212-368-5608

POSITION:                         SOCIAL WORKER

UNION STATUS:                (Union Position)

PROGRAM:                        CHEMICAL DEPENDENCE SERVICES

HOURS:                             9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday -Friday; One evening per week required

QUALIFICATIONS:

Masters in Social Work, New York State License LCSW  required and CASAC / or obtain CASAC within one year from date of hire and two (2) years postmasters experience, including a minimum of one (l) year experience in an Alcoholism outpatient facility.  MUST BE FLUENT WRITING/SPEAKING SPANISH AND ENGLISH.

DUTIES:

  • Conduct intake evaluations and psychosocial intake assessments.  Develop treatment plan and prepare treatment plan reviews.
  • Provide individual, group and family treatment.
  • Participate as a member of an interdisciplinary treatment team,  and assist in establishing treatment plans.
  • Conduct or participate in seminars and workshops for community education/prevention and outreach.
  • Participate in in-service training and education programs.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Program Director.

 

SUPERVISORY RELATIONSHIP:  Report to the Unit Director; supervised by the Clinical Supervisor

To apply, email Cover Letter and Resume to HR@bowencsc.org or Fax #: 212-368-5608

POSITION:    CARE MANAGER

PROGRAM:    CARE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

HOURS:         35 per week, Monday - Friday

QUALIFICATIONS:

Bachelors Degree in Human Services related discipline; (1) year post baccalaureate experience including l year in a psychiatric setting.  Must be able to write psychosocial, participate in team conferences, plus work as part of a team.  Must be able to work independently.

DUTIES:

  • Carry a caseload of 20-25 patients regularly.
  • Responsible for detailed tracking of patients in mental health care system to insure that the patient receives appropriate aftercare treatment including medical, housing, clinical and other social service needs.
  • Keep detailed records on all clients including a service plan and maintain 3-Month Service Plan Reviews.
  • Fieldwork includes: home visits, visits to aftercare settings, referral agencies, in-patient follow-up, etc.
  • Keep primary therapist/treatment team regularly informed of results of all tracking intervention efforts.
  • Attend treatment planning meeting and Case Conferences.
  • Attend in-service training.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by Case Management Services Director

 

SUPERVISORY RELATIONSHIP:  Report directly to Case Management Services Director

To apply, email Cover Letter and Resume to HR@bowencsc.org or Fax #: 212-368-5608

 

Careers at Bowen

The Emma L. Bowen Center is a dynamic organization powered by experienced and caring professionals in mental health and its allied fields. The Center reviews resumes from interested individuals on a rolling basis with a focus on the following credentials:

  • Social Worker (LMSW or LCSW)
  • Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC)
  • Special Education Teacher (Masters in Teaching, NYS Teachers License with Certification in Children with Disabilities Ages 0-2nd grade)
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Physical Therapist
  • Care Managers
  • Speech Therapist
  • Psychiatrist (MD, Board Eligible or Certified)
  • Nurse Practitioner
  • School Building Leader

In all positions, Spanish language proficiency is a beneficial skill. For all healthcare positions, individuals must be licensed to practice in New York State.

Please forward resume and cover letter to HR@bowencsc.org. No phone calls, please.