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School Social Worker

Wasatch Charter School currently has a wonderful full-time job opportunity for an LCSW or CSW interested in working in a school setting. I’m the Clinical Social Work Supervisor and excited to announce the position as it has been such a great place to work with a down-to-earth and progressive team. If you are interested in the position or would like additional information, please contact Heather Campbell at heather.campbell@wasatchwaldorf.org or 435-260-1501. Please see further information below regarding the position. Please also pass along the information if you know anyone who may be interested.

Job Opening Description:  Full time school LCSW or CSW position at Wasatch Waldorf Charter School available.  Supervision can be provided for a CSW. This position would be an integral part of the Three Streams Multi-Tiered System of Supports and the provision of mental health services and social emotional coaching at the school. The right candidate will be able to provide expertise as a team member on IEP teams with special education and interventions as well as participating as a member of the Student Support Executive Group. (SSEG). The School Social Worker job duties would include, participation in family support meetings, developing plans for students in need, implementation of programs to support social and emotional learning, and one-on-one work with students and families.

Wasatch Charter School is a K-8 tuition-free, charter school in the Salt Lake Valley guided by the principles of public Waldorf education that provides a comprehensive education program integrating academics, arts, movement, nature, and social responsibility into everyday learning. 

Through a culture of holistic learning and dedication to the optimal development of each individual child, WCS nurtures intellectual, social and emotional, and physical capacities through an artistic, hands-on, interdisciplinary approach to core academic subjects which enables each student to blossom into an imaginative, engaged, competent, life-long learner.

Our students, teachers, faculty, and families emerge as confident, creative, strong critical thinkers and environmental stewards, empowered to act positively in their own lives and communities.

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Last Updated: 6/17/21