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Submit an Opening

1. POSTING AN OPEN POSITION: To post a current opening in the Career & Volunteer Center, please fill out the form below. In order to attract the best candidate, please be as thorough as possible with the job description. Contact information posted through this form will be visible to all registered members. Make sure to specify an end date for the posting (30 days, 60 days, etc.). Email the chapter office if you would like to take a job down before the expiration date at

2. REVIEW BY CHAPTER OFFICE: Once an opening is submitted, the Chapter Office will review and it will be posted for NASWAZ members to view. Note that this is a free service to employers; only NASW members may review the job postings. 

Looking for employees nationally? Consider posting with the NASW JobLinkAlso, employers can widen their search by posting with our national office. Please go to The Social Work Career Center is a career website where social workers can search national job listings and find professional development and career resources that span across the duration of a social worker's professional career. The Career Center is also a resource to social worker employers. Employers of social work can post job ads for a fee to find and recruit qualified, credentialed, and licensed social workers across the country.

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Date Needed (Format date: 12/31/1999)
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United States
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