Job title: Clinical Social Worker (JB)
Company: Evidence Based Associates
Job description: As they saying goes: “children are the future!”. If you aspire to join a team that invests in the future, look no further! The Jewish Board is seeking a compassionate Clinical Social Worker to join their dynamic behavioral health team!
About The Jewish Board:
The Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services strengthens families and communities throughout New York City by helping individuals of all backgrounds realize their potential and live as independently as possible. Guided by the values of hope, recovery and resilience, each year The Jewish Board has an impact in the lives of over 40,000 individuals and families in New York City. Our work is done across the city, encompassing 75 facilities, including 10 residences serving 400 children each year, 14 mental health clinics and 24 additional satellite clinics, 37 supportive housing programs totaling 1200 units, and 10 kosher residences that are home to 130 people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
About the Position:
The Clinical Social Worker will be a member of the Behavioral Health Treatment Program. This program provides evidence-based treatment and quality care to at-risk youth based in community residences. In the ITM-MST Fit model implementation, the Clinical Social Worker will be responsible for providing mental health services to children whilst in the community residence.
- In collaboration with the director, interview and assess youth and their families in the matching process when referred to the community residence.
- Will partner with the case manager, medical staff and out- patient providers to perform the necessary assessments and documentation associated with the intake process to complete the admission of youth to the program.
- Partner with case-manager to coordinate clinical coordination of services and after care as required.
- Upon intake, will complete trauma informed clinical profiles of clients.
- Assist in orienting families and/ or other supportive resources of the youth to the services provided by the program and to ensure collaboration with the youth’s families and community resources.
- Develop culturally affirming, trauma informed, individualized service plan for each youth in the program in collaboration with the youth, their families/resources, school, outpatient mental health providers, and other community providers.
- Complete psychosocial assessments to identify client strengths, behavioral health needs, recommend services and interventions to meet the client needs.
- Provide crisis intervention and supportive counseling.
- Assess program trends with Directors and CPI and provide program with needed clinical interventions.
- Work collaboratively as a member of an interdisciplinary therapeutic team.
- Liaise with families, schools, healthcare providers, hospitals, criminal justice, and other community agencies to coordinate care.
- Perform these services in the community residence, family/resource’s home, community and via telehealth (when applicable).
- Participate in clinical treatment team meetings, staff meetings, trainings, and supervision.
- Maintain all documentation according to the standards and time frames established by the Jewish Board, regulatory agencies and/or funding sources.
- Maintain professional behaviors and ethical standards as established by licensing board, relevant professional association and the Jewish Board policies and procedures.
- Other duties as assigned.
- LMSW, LMHC, LMFT, or equivalent degree. Preferably licensed or in possession of a limited permit to practice in New York.
- One year experience providing mental health services to youth.
- Willingness to travel throughout New York City.
- Bilingual in Spanish
Salary Range: $58,000 – $63,000 (based on experience + Spanish language differential)
What’s in it for you?:
- 403B Retirement Plan
- Up to 4 weeks of paid vacation per year!
- Licensed Supervision
- Earn CEU’s with no cost to you!
- Access to our state of the art training institute!
Job Type: Full-time
- 8 hour shift
- Weekend availability
- Spanish (Preferred)
- Two sites are hiring for this position. One site is based in The Bronx and the other in Staten Island. Please specify what your preference is in your application.
Disclaimer: this posting was made by Evidence-Based Associates on behalf of The Jewish Board. Evidence-Based Associates is a third-party organization that assists mental health providers hire clinical talent. We work closely with the teams hiring for this position.
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Expected salary: $58000 – 63000 per year
Location: New York City, NY
Job date: Thu, 14 Sep 2023 07:16:20 GMT
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