This position is responsible for providing social service functions in the behavioral healthcare setting.3 Cs:
Care – Provide the best possible patient Care
Compliance – Ensure the program operates within all regulations
Community – Become a wonderful addition to your local Community Responsibilities
Provides assessments, treatments and case management to patients and families.
Completes psychosocial assessments on all new admissions.
Participates in discharge planning, arranges for follow up care and develops mechanisms for exchange of appropriate information with sources outside the hospital.
Plans and coordinates therapeutic program services on the behavioral health program unit.
Responsible for leading the treatment team.
Serves as a resource person to healthcare professionals concerning psycho-social problems and community resources.
Educates patient and families on signs and symptoms of illness to prevent re-hospitalization and improve disease management skills.
Maintains performance improvement activities within the department and participates in quality improvement activities. Qualifications
Master’s degree in social work (MSW) required.
Current licensure as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker preferred
Two or more years of previous experience in all aspects of social service with an emphasis in psychiatric work.
Current certification/training in the management of disruptive and assaultive behavior.
Help training will be provided
Basic computer knowledge
Strong interpersonal skillsWorking Conditions
In clinical duties, will be exposed to communicable disease, blood, and body fluids. Exposure to injury from patients or equipment. Realizing there are unavoidable environmental hazards, the employee must assume responsibility for knowledge of protocols and policies relevant to these hazards. Utilized appropriate protective attire that will be provided in each area.Physical Requirements
Ability to handle light to moderate materials. Physical demands greater than moderate may require knowledge of use of appropriate equipment. Frequent bending, lifting and pulling require proper use of good body mechanics. This job includes close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus. Also, the ability to communicate by phone is important.Direct Reports
This position has no direct reports.BenefitsMonday through Friday scheduleNo after-hours callCompetitive salary and benefitsDiverse roles including clinical, leadership, and community liaisonMatching 401K with immediate vestingRelocation assistance considered
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