Job: Social Worker II (LCSW) - Casual - Full Time - Benefits Eligible

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Posted: 12/06/2017

Job Status: Full Time, Part Time, Contract/Temporary

Job Reference #: 10498

Job Description

Social Worker II (LCSW)

Job Category:
Technical & Professional

Department:
Psychiatry Department

Facility:
Urgent Care - Mid City

Schedule:
Casual - Full Time - Benefits Eligible

Shift:
Varying

Req Number:
50043

Job Details:

This is a Casual, Grant-Funded position with an anticipated assignment length through June 30, 2021 and subject to renewal thereafter.

JOB SUMMARY:

The Social Worker II (LCSW) applies principles of Social Work and other behavioral health practices to provide patients and families with assessment, interventions, support, advocacy, and case management as a primary provider and/or as ancillary support to the primary medical provider. In all departments, practices as a member of a multi-disciplinary team, in the provision of clinical intervention and support to patients and families. The Social Worker assesses, develops treatment plans, and intervenes to address the needs identified in the assessment and by the Team. Utilizes knowledge of culture, age, and developmental stages to develop treatment plans and provide interventions, either as an independent practitioner or as a member of a clinical team. Also may provide support and debriefing to RCHSD staff following traumatic events. The Social Worker II, as assigned, will provide supervision to Interns and unlicensed staff and may also participate in administrative duties, as assigned by the Supervisor.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Master's Degree in Social Work, Counseling, Therapy, or related field

Licensure in the State of California as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist (LMFT), or Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC)

CA Driver's License and Proof of Auto Insurance, if applicable

2 years of experience and/or 2 years pediatric professional experience

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

4 years of experience (SWII)

Experience in assessments and treatment of children and adolescents

Experience in trauma, bereavement, chronic illness, catastrophic diagnosis, family violence, child protection, and bio-ethical issues

Experience working in an acute-care hospital setting

Certification in Clinical Supervision in the State of California

Knowledge of evidence-based practices utilized in clinical interventions




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