Social Worker, Licensed Clinical Social Worker Rapid City, SD
DirectShifts is seeking a Full-Time Social Worker (MSW) in Rapid City, SD.
Pay Rate Range
$57,158.40 to $71,448.00
(Determined by the knowledge, skills, and experience of the applicant)
Coordinates, plans and delivers the best psychotherapeutic approach for each patient.
Provides clinical (only) supervision for day-to-day implementation of therapeutic strategies or milieu programming that carries out the treatment plan for each patient by a variety of staff including psychiatric technicians, LPNs, RNs, mental health counselors and discharge planners across the Center's continuum of care.
Services are provided with the recognized standards of practice and the patient’s Plan of Care.
Supportive work culture
Medical, Vision and Dental Coverage
Retirement Plans, Health Savings Account, and Flexible Spending Account
Instant pay is available for qualifying positions
Paid Time Off Accrual Bank
Opportunities for growth and advancement
Excellent pay differentials on qualifying positions (extra pay for working evening, nights or weekends)
Provides individual, marital, family and group therapy within the scope of service of the clinic.
Develops and implements an individualized treatment approach. Communicates with family to further the effectiveness of treatment plan.
Collaborates with patient/family, multidisciplinary team, and physician to formulate a realistic plan that identifies goals, specific interventions, and resources to meet the patient's needs.
Assesses patient’s progress and modifies treatment plan accordingly.
Develops and maintains positive partnerships with providers of mental health and social services in the community as appropriate to the needs and requirements of the patient on an ongoing basis.
Maintains good communication and collaborative relationships with referring providers and other staff. Recommends additional referrals for patient as needed.
Functions as a positive resource, communication coordinator, and role model for departmental staff. Maintains accessibility and visibility within the department.
Assists patients to maintain their sense of competence, identity and autonomy.
Demonstrates effective collaboration with community/regional services and hospital personnel while maintaining patient and family rights.
Assists in discharge plan development, giving direction to discharge planner as needed.
Completes discharge planning note/assessment within predetermined guidelines. Upon completion of assessment, recommendations are integrated into the treatment plan 95% of the time.
All other duties as assigned.
Education - Masters degree in Social Services
Certification - Certified Social Work (CSW) - South Dakota Department of Social Services
Experience - 3+ years of Healthcare Experience.
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