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Clinical Social Worker

Job Description We are a growing organization and looking for 2 Clinical Social Workers (CSWs) to work in our Behavioral Health Clinic in Murray, UT. This is a great opportunity to work with a caring, professional team with the opportunity to grow your career with us. Supervision is provided. Ongoing continuing education and training opportunities. We have a fantastic company culture. Come join us! Details below. Classification: Non-exempt- paid hourly including any overtime Hours: Flexible- Part-time to Full-time Pay: Depending on Experience Supervisor: Clinical Program Manager: Shanna Lindstrom, LCSW Job Summary: Professionalism, the ability to evaluate patients’ conditions to determine the level of care and assistance they need, and an understanding of the individuality of patients and create specific treatments that meet their individual conditions. A caring and compassionate demeanor are critical to this position. Overall success in this position depends on the CSW’s ability to establish client trust and, under the supervision of an LCSW, help to facilitate dynamic and engaging group/individual therapy sessions.

 

Responsibility and Duties: · Provide psychotherapy using evidence-based methods of treatment · Co-Facilitate Group Therapy as needed · Client services provided include initial screenings, orientation, interviewing, evaluations, creating individualized treatment plans, and crisis de-escalation as needed under the supervision of an LCSW. · Provide clients with links to community resources and case management as needed · Documentation of all services and utilization of appropriate billing codes using our electronic health record system within 24 hours of appointment · Provide coordination of care as needed within service spectrum · Must follow set schedule regularly with minimal missed days and hours and be punctual to appointments · Support credentialing, billing, scheduling and marketing efforts by promptly providing information as needed and following company procedures  

 

Qualifications and Skills:

  • Master’s degree or higher in mental health from an accredited college or university
  • Experience working with children and adolescents a plus
  • Demonstrated professionalism and ability to communicate in a caring and compassionate manner The ability to work with children ages 5+ is required.
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Last Updated: 4/15/21