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Department of Social Services (MSH) - Req Number: 2454212
Job Title: Social Worker - Pediatrics
Roles & Responsibilities:
The social worker in this grant funded position will provide complex care management and comprehensive social work services to children and their families under a grant whose mission is to provide access to social work services for the underserved. Social work services will include primary mental health evaluations and short term treatment; complex care management and collaboration with community providers; supportive counseling; and psycho-education to encourage adherence to primary care and adaption of family centered wellness behaviors. This social worker will also follow families who are at high risk for problematic parenting and will at times encounter families at risk of abuse/child maltreatment and collaborate closely with the child protection social worker. This social worker also collaborates with a large number of attending physicians, resident physicians, nurses, and administrators and will be an integral part of the pediatric practice.
An ability to work flexibly and to set priorities is essential in this fast paced setting. The ability to engage families during pediatric appointments and to work outside the confines of an appointment schedule is essential. This program will have a set of metrics about deliverable services, with maintenance of data on cases served as an important component. This position may include one evening clinic a week.
New York State LMSW.
Bilingual (English/Spanish) required.
Demonstrated clinical skills, preferably with children and adolescents within ambulatory care populations.
Strong team work and organizational skills.
Ability to work with a large population with variable social work needs for interventions
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