Night Shift Social Worker (LICSW/LASW) – Hospital System
Auburn, WA (South of Seattle, near Airport)
** Position offers a reduced work week (3.5 days) with 12-hour shifts
(mostly nights, some swing shifts)! **
Social Worker Job Summary:
Social Worker Background:
- Provides psychosocial support for complex patient/family needs, which may include situational problems related to death and dying, coping with crisis, and access to resources
- Works with community agencies to arrange services for patients with chronic or complex care needs, or to encourage general wellness and health
- Completes Substance Use Disorder and/or SBIRT screening and intervention as appropriate. Independently develops and implements Brief Intervention and Treatment Planning for patients with substance use disorder
- Independently, completes Mental Health and Suicide Risk Assessment, Safety and Disposition planning
- Independently, develops, implements and monitors Behavioral Care Plans for patients, families and staff, as well as Therapeutic engagement for patients on Single Bed Certifications
- Independently completes Capacity Evaluations
- Manages the assessment, referrals, reporting, and care coordination associated with suspected child or elder abuse and domestic violence
- Coordinates with law enforcement, Adult and Children's Protective Services to complete legally mandated reports in situations of suspected child abuse or neglect, child sexual abuse, adult and elder abuse and neglect, and domestic violence
- Requires a valid, unrestricted state as a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (L.I.C.S.W) or Licensed Advanced Social Worker (L.A.S.W.).
- Mental Health Professional required as defined by State: Master degree in social work, behavioral health or related field, and 2 additional year’s documented and supervised experience.
- Prefer 3+ years of acute care clinical social work experience; including in-person or telephonic coaching of those with a broad range of complex psychiatric and/or substance abuse disorders.
- Strong working knowledge of care planning/case management procedures, and familiarity with area mental health and substance abuse community resources.
- Intermediate computer literacy (MS Office) and typing skills are necessary.