Careers & Internships
Thank you for your interest in joining JBWS. We employ approximately 75 staff in a variety of full and part-time clinical, outreach and administrative positions. It is our policy to provide equal opportunity in our hiring practices to all individuals. As such, JBWS does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, or any other prohibited basis. Student internship and volunteer opportunities are available also.
To apply for a position with JBWS, you can email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax it to 973-605-5898 and please reference the Job Code or position.
FT Children’s Counselor – Licensed, Bi-Lingual Duties include: providing individual and group counseling for children impacted by domestic violence, parenting groups, family counseling. Other duties will include engaging and supervising volunteers who will provide structured recreational activities. MSW or related degree. Fluent in Spanish and English. Candidate must be willing to work evenings and some Saturdays, experience working with children, training in TF-CBT a plus. EOE
Educator for Teens and Athletes Morris County program is seeking a 10-15 hour per week educator to lead dating abuse prevention programs in middle schools, high schools and colleges, including leadership workshops for athletes. Excellent presentation skills, knowledge and sensitivity to issues of dating violence and character education for athletes, and ability to relate to adolescents, male and female athletic teams, and teachers/coaches. BA in health/physical education, gender studies, psychology, or related field. EOE
Per diem positions in Safe House
including day, evening and overnight (awake position). Seeking per diem advocate to provide support and advocacy for residential clients. Responsibilities include helpline, crisis intervention, intake, assessment and security cameras. BSW or related degree is required. Include this code in subject line: RESCOUN. EOE
Student Internship Opportunities
JBWS utilizes between five and eight interns in several JBWS programs during the school year. In general, JBWS interns are first or second year master's level students in Social Work or Counseling. Most of the internships are for clinical positions and we sometimes have a need for administrative interns. All interns must complete a 40+ hours training program provided by JBWS. Prospective interns should work through their school internships programs. For any questions or for more information, please contact the Volunteer Program Manager at 973-267-7520 X129 or email@example.com. EOE