Social Worker

  • Compensation: $72k-$95k
  • Required Qualifications:
  • City/State: San Jose, CA

Are you ready to embark on an exciting journey of supporting local refugees and asylees? Our mission is to create a safe haven for survivors of torture and provide them with the care they deserve. Join our team as a Behavioral Health Licensed Counselor and be part of making a positive impact on their lives.

As a member of our team, you'll work under the guidance of our Program Manager, providing direct behavioral health services in various settings. Whether it's in the comfort of their homes, at our clinic, or out in the field, you'll be there to make a difference. We believe in giving you the flexibility to shape your schedule and dedicate at least 65% of your time to providing direct billable services and supervision.

But that's not all! We have some amazing benefits for you:

A signing bonus to welcome you aboard.
Flexibility that puts you in control of your schedule.
Embrace the hybrid remote model with a company laptop, giving you the freedom to work from anywhere.
Enjoy a realistic caseload, ensuring you can provide quality care without feeling overwhelmed.
Take advantage of 11 Paid Holidays, a Floating Holiday, and a day off for Civic Engagement to maintain a healthy work-life balance.
We value your well-being, which is why we offer paid vacation and sick time.
Our comprehensive benefit plan includes four Health Plan Options, with the organization covering 95% of premiums.
Secure your future with our 403(b) Retirement Plan, including a matching contribution.
If you're bilingual, we recognize your language skills with additional pay.
You may also be eligible for the State Loan Forgiveness Program, helping you manage educational expenses.


In your role, you'll have a range of responsibilities, including providing culturally sensitive and client-centered counseling services, developing personalized assessment and treatment plans, and connecting clients with community resources. Documentation of clinical records and active participation in supervision, consultations, and trainings are essential parts of the role. Additionally, you'll have the opportunity to contribute to crisis intervention support as an officer of the day.


To thrive in this role, we require:

  • A Master's degree in Social Work, Psychology, or a related field.
  • Two or more years of direct experience working with refugees, survivors of torture, and individuals with complex trauma in a clinical setting.
  • A deep understanding of cultural issues, community resources, and the dynamics of families.
  • Excellent communication skills and the ability to connect with individuals from diverse backgrounds.
  • Strong teamwork skills to establish and maintain effective relationships within our multidisciplinary team.
  • A valid California driver's license, current personal auto insurance, and an MVR that meets our agency's auto liability policies.