Social Worker

TITLE: Full Time Staff Social Worker · 35 hours per week; schedule to be determined; evening hours required
GRANT POSITION: Court Involved Youth and Cure Violence
PROGRAM: Adolescent and Adult Substance Abuse Program

REPORTS TO:  Steven Johnsen, LMSW, CASAC, Assistant Program Director, Adolescent and Adult Substance Abuse Program

QUALIFICATIONS:
· Licensed or license-eligible MSW or MHC (required) with CASAC-T, CASAC or substance abuse experience (preferred)
· Spanish speaking a plus but not required
· Must be able to work afternoon and evening hours
· Experience working with children and families

RESPONSIBILITIES: include, but are not limited to, the following:
· Provision of individual, family and group therapy in out-patient substance abuse clinic-based setting and/or in community-based non-clinical setting
· Participation in grant initiative for reducing gun violence
· Participation in grant initiative for court involved youth
· Attendance as agency representative at various interagency grant-related training, events and meetings
· Completion and maintenance of grant reports on a timely basis and report anomalies to management
· Participation in team meetings, agency in-service training program and community outreach
· Adherence to policies and practices as stipulated in agency’s Policy and Procedure manual
· Timely documentation of all client activity as required by NYS law and NYC contractual obligations
· Contact and coordinate with community providers, pediatricians, schools and other entities where appropriate.
· Meet monthly productivity requirements
· Regular communication with psychiatrists, nurses and physicians responsible for the care of identified client
· Compliance with NYS Mental Hygiene and other laws pertinent to patient care, clinical records, and child abuse/neglect reporting, and documentation

SALARY:  Dependent upon experience and in accordance with current Collective Bargaining Agreement

Please send resume and cover letter, in confidence, to etraynor@simhs.org by 3/28/17 – EOE