Senior Clinical Social Worker
University Settlement

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Post Date: Sep 26, 2019
Job Type: Full Time
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Location: US - New York
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University Settlement's Families Thriving Community Based Children and Family Treatment and Support Services provides flexible, trauma-informed and culturally competent services to children and families where they need them. Through a continuum of supports and services The Settlement works individually with children and families to develop plans that build on their strengths, supports independence and ensures that children function optimally in their homes, their schools and in the community. Community Based Child and Family Services provide psychoeducation, mental health counseling and support, skill building and coping strategies that enables children to gain mastery over challenges and flourish developmentally.

•Provide Other Licensed Professional (OLP) evaluations, assessments and treatment to children and families in the home/community
•Provide supervision to bachelors and graduate level social work students who provide home and community based treatment to children and families
•Assess family strengths and needs to develop individualized service plans and facilitate service delivery
•Coordinate treatment plans and program implementation with service providers and community partners
•Become fully knowledgeable of the mental health resources in Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn
•Complete all required data collection and documentation in the program’s Electronic Health Record system(s) according to Medicaid requirements
•Become trained and well-versed in TREAT (EHR)
•Become trained in and execute evidence-based models where required
•Other duties as assigned by the Program Director

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•LMSW required
•SIFI required
•At least one year of supervisory and/or management experience with at least 5 years of relevant experience preferred.
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