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Clinical Social Worker I (LCSW) - Inpatient Case Management
Date Posted: 12/01/2022
Requisition Number: 165
Location: CHA Everett Hospital
Work Days: 8-4:30pm
Category: Social Work
Department: Inpatient Case Management Everett
Job Type: Per Diem On Call
Work Shift: Day
Union Name: MNA Health Care Professionals EH
The Clinical Social Worker provides psychosocial assessments, evaluations, and referrals for adults, and/or families with psychiatric illness, substance abuse, and medical illness. Casework or therapy may take place in the hospital, offices, or community setting, as appropriate. Clinical Social Workers collaborate with multi-disciplinary teams at service sites, and specifically with the team leader to define and provide the services needed by clients. They demonstrate a capacity to work collaboratively in team setting, with an ability to listen to others, participate actively, and take appropriate responsibilities. This position will also collaborate with other caregivers and community agencies as necessary to provide systemically informed, community based treatment. Such collaboration may require participation in caregiver conferences, Patient at Risk meetings, and other meetings as needed. You will complete billings forms, managed care documentation, statistics, and other required paperwork thoroughly and on time.
Masters degree, Social Work
Current MA licensure as LICSW (Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker), or LCSW with eligibility within 2 years for LICSW
Same as above. When required, must be credentialed by the CHA Medical Staff for practice in relevant clinical practice areas.
Incumbents must have completed at least one successful internship in a medical setting required.
Prior experience in a medical setting required.
Two years post Masters degree, in medical, clinical or human service setting with relevant populations preferred.
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