Job Opportunities


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Responsible for the administration and clinical direction of the Care Coordination Program. The goal of this program is to improve the health outcomes for participants with severe and persistent mental illness and other complex chronic illnesses through coordinated networks of behavioral health, psychiatric, medical, social service, and housing providers.

Responsible for developing, implementing administrative and clinical protocols to ensure DOHMH, Medicaid, and OMH compliance. Prepare and submit monthly Medicaid billing. Monitor that all AOT consumers received all required services and that NYC AOT office receives timely reports for all AOT consumers. Maintain an effective working relationship with Pathways to Wellness/CBC, and other managed care organizations. Maintain an effective working relationship with Pathways to Wellness/CBC, and other manage care organizations Provides regular supervision to staff in the field; consult with HR to recruit, train, orient, and promote staff. Represents the agency at conferences, other Provider meetings and attend monthly Community Board meetings as assigned. This position will require extensive field work to visit consumers in various apartments and locations throughout the city.

QUALIFICATIONS: An LMSW or LCSW is required, no exceptions. Candidates must also have at least two years of mental health experience. At least 3 years of supervisory experience is also required. Outreach and field work are requirements of the position.  Candidates must be computer literate with proficiency in Microsoft Office including Word and Excel; experience with AWARDS; excellent verbal and written communication skills.

HOW TO APPLY: E-mail cover letter and resume to Note: in the subject line “Care Coordinator Program Director”


Weston United always looks for individuals who are passionate about working with the homeless mentally ill. Candidates must demonstrate the ability to be compassionate and creative when interacting with consumers while maintaining professional boundaries.  Current openings include the following:


Candidates with an LMSW degree and a minimum of 2 years experience working with the mentally ill are invited to apply.  For supervisory positions, candidates must have experience supervising staff in the mental health field.

Current vacancies:
Social Worker
– LMSW (No exceptions)
– 2 years Mental health experience
– 2 years Supervisory experience
– Excellent writing, communication, and administrative skills
– Computer proficiency
– Bilingual (Spanish)


Please submit resumes via email to  and indicate the title “LMSW” in the subject line.