Bilingual Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Rising Ground

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Post Date: Feb 09, 2023
Job Type: Full Time
Start Date: - n/a -
Salary: $58560
Location: US - New York - New York City
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To provide and oversee the provision of clinical services within a community-based school (PS 195x) as part of the community school initiative.
Rising Ground
Founded as an orphanage in 1831, Rising Ground has been at the forefront of evolving community needs. Driven by the belief that each of us can thrive when life has hope and opportunity, Rising Ground provides caring support and proven paths to positive change, helping children, adults, and families rise above adversity, and each year, Rising Ground is a positive force in the lives of more than 25,000 individuals. We do this through 50 programs in 70 locations throughout New York City and Westchester. Our strong belief and commitment to diversity shows not just through our work with supported persons but is integral to the building of a strong staff that reflects the communities we serve. Rising Ground is headquartered in downtown Brooklyn.
At Rising Ground, we encourage everyone to live a healthier life. When you enroll in health care benefits — medical, dental, and vision care, you and your family can take advantage of each plan’s preventive services, which will help everyone to stay well. Another way to remain healthy is to eat right and keep active. Ultimately, we all benefit when we make the right choices, whether through diet and exercise or health care services. You can also take advantage of other important benefits, including life and accident, disability benefits, the retirement savings plan, and the employee assistance program.
Provide individual and group therapy to students in a school setting.
Provide crisis management and ongoing therapeutic support to allow students to remain in the classroom to achieve maximal learning.
Provide clinical supervision to social work interns.
Collaborate with teachers, school administrators, and guidance personnel to plan for students with exceptional behavioral or emotional needs.
Make outside mental health referrals for students and/or their family members and collaborate with families to ensure compliance with these appointments.
Complete monthly mental health reports on services provided.
Performs other related work as assigned by the Community School Director.
LCSW (Required)
Experience working with diverse behavioral/emotional/developmental issues preferred.
Experience with EBMs a plus.
Excellent organizational/communication skills.
Bi-lingual (English/Spanish) a plus.
Salary $58,560.00 and competitive benefits package.
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Equal Opportunity Employer

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City: New York
State/Province: New York
Country: United States