We are currently accepting applications for the following positions at our Manhattan office.

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


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



JOB TITLE:                            SPEECH PATHOLOGIST


HOURS:                                  Dependent on number of Student IEPs


Certification in Speech Pathology.  Experience with young children preferred.


  • Responsible for carrying out the speech goals in the Department of Education Individualized Education Plan
  • Responsible for evaluating and treating students with disabilities, maintaining daily session notes and attendance records, writing progress reports, attending IEP meetings and recommending adaptive equipment, environmental accommodations or assistive technology. In addition to these services provided to students on their caseloads, speech pathologist work collaboratively with teachers, other school staff and parents/guardians to serve the school community in a variety of ways
  • Participation in the Academic Intervention Team/Pupil Personnel Team
  • Provide observation in classroom or other school environment
  • Consult with teachers to offer classroom-based strategies
  • Attend meetings that support student programming (e.g. school meetings, parent meetings)
  • Support students activities that are in the natural environment or general education curriculum (e.g., social skills activities, classroom activities, language-based tasks, staff in-service and professional development (e.g., in-service to teachers on developing fine motor centers, transfer training for paraprofessionals)
  • Recommend appropriate speech and language training
  • Link parents/guardians to appropriate community-based resources
  • Design home speech and oral motor programs and related activities for carryover
  • Support school compliance and data tracking

REPORTS TO:           School Building Leader/Program Director

To apply, email Cover Letter and Resume to



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


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.


  • 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

POSITION:                         SOCIAL WORKER

UNION STATUS:                (Union Position)


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


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.


  • 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



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 No phone calls, please.