Located in downtown Boston, Bridge Over Troubled Waters is the city's foremost organization dedicated to transforming the lives of runaway, homeless and high risk youth. If you care about making a difference in the lives of young people, we are interested in hearing from you!
Bridge Over Troubled Waters is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
We provide competitive compensation and excellent benefits including: Medical Insurance, Dental Insurance, Employer paid Life, Short and Long Term Disability Insurance, Vacation, Holiday, Sick, Personal and Birthday Time, 401(k) Retirement Plan.
Please email all applications with cover letter and resume to HR@bridgeotw.org
Rapid Re-Housing Coordinator
Bridge’s Youth Housing Pathways Program (YHPP) is the City of Boston’s only rapid re-Housing (RRH) program specifically serving homeless youth and young adults, 18-24 years old. The RRH Coordinator will be responsible for the overall management and successful operation of the YHPP, ensuring achievement of program goals and objectives and supporting positive outcomes for program participants. The Coordinator will provide management, staff supervision, and field activities, monitor program operations, ensure accurate and consistent data collection and analysis for reporting and documentation, and contribute to program development and enhancement. Click for full job description.
Rapid Re-Housing Case Manager
As a case manager for the Youth Housing Pathways Program, you will be responsible for providing case management and support services for a case load of young residents in the program. You will meet with youth at their homes, in the community, and at Bridge to provide one-on-one support. Click for full job description.
Substance Abuse Counselor
The Substance Abuse Counselor at Bridge is responsible for providing outpatient substance abuse assessment, interventions and case management for youth 18-24 years old who are homeless and actively engaged in substance use. The goal is to build therapeutic rapport with young people who are largely pre-contemplative with regards to their substance use, to help motivate their engagement in healthier behaviors and connect them to further treatment. Great opportunity for a Masters level clinician working towards licensing hours, or a LADC or a clinician interested in pursuing a LADC in the future. Click for full job description.
Emergency Residence Counselor
The Emergency Residential Counselor will be responsible for the supervision of the residents of the Emergency Residence (ER) Program, a short term residential program for homeless youth 18-24 years old. The ER Counselor is responsible for managing and supervising the milieu and carrying a case load of clients that you will meet with individually to provide case management and support services. The goal of the program is to provide assessment and referral to longer term housing and behavioral health services. Click for full job description.
Medical Van - Health Care Coordinator
The Bridge Medical Van, a mobile health care component of the agency’s Street Outreach Program, brings emergency and preventive health care to the streets. The Medical Van/Health Care Coordinator oversees all medical services at Bridge headquarters and on the Medical Van, supervises and manages health care volunteers, and oversees the agency’s Street Outreach Workers when the Street Outreach Coordinator is not available. Click for full job description.
Transitional Day Program Counselor
The Transitional Day Program (TDP) is a drop-in center for homeless youth, ages 18-24, in Boston. The TDP offers survival services (food, showers, laundry, & clothing) as well as intensive case management and support services to help youth move beyond the streets into safe and stable housing. The TDP Counselor is responsible for overseeing the program milieu, building therapeutic rapport with youth and providing case management services to youth using the program. Click for full job description.
Through the Street Outreach Program (SOP), Bridge reaches out on the streets, in adult homeless shelters, and other places in and around Boston to make connections with homeless youth, build trusting relationships with them, and help them gain access to services and support. The SOP Coordinator is responsible for overall management and successful operation of the Street Outreach Program, Bridge’s front-line service and the basis for the entire Bridge continuum of care. Click for full job description.
Street Outreach Program Coordinator
Street Outreach Program Worker
Bridge Street Outreach Workers conduct outreach on foot and in concert with the Bridge Mobile Medical Van, bringing on-street assessments, crisis counseling, and other services to youth, and connecting youth to Bridge and other agencies to meet their needs. Principle duties will be performed in the field, where homeless and at-risk youth gather, and at Bridge headquarters as needed. Click for full job description.
Assistant Coordinator of Programs
The Assistant Coordinator of Programs works closely with the Director of Programs and Program Coordinators to ensure that program administration is effective and efficient. The position will oversee special projects for the agency which will include the development and dissemination of new policies and programs. The Assistant Coordinator will also assist in data management and analysis for the entire program and will represent Bridge in community meetings with our partners. This is a great opportunity for a Macro Social Worker or a Social Worker interested in program management and operations. Click for full job description.