SUNY Upstate Medical University Social Worker-Pediatrics Primary Care in Syracuse, New York
Social Worker-Pediatrics Primary Care
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Employer:State of New York
Payroll Title:TH Social Worker 3, NSSL2
Bargaining Unit:UUP (State University Professional Services Unit)
Salary:Commensurate with qualifications
Work type:Full-time, Part-time
Job Summary:In this position, the social worker provides comprehensive psycho-social assessment, management and support to at risk patients and families at Upstate Pediatrics Primary Care. Duties will include consultation through assessment, counseling, intervention, planning and referrals to meet the psycho-social needs of patients and families. The social worker will actively manage patients through collaboration, coordination, monitoring, evaluating options and identifying required services to meet individual's health needs. The social worker rounds on their assigned patients with the multidisciplinary team. Additionally, the social worker will participate in quality meetings within their assigned area. Candidate must possess communication skills, have knowledge of available community resources, document all interventions; participate in departmental meetings/in-services, education, and quality improvement activities; and perform other relevant duties as assigned to include coverage for other social workers and back-up responsibilities.
Minimum Qualifications:L.M.S.W., L.C.S.W. or eligible, 3 years relevant post-master's experience (preferably in a hospital and/or healthcare environment) required. New M.S.W. graduates who are L.M.S.W. eligible will be considered for appointment to entry level (SL2) position at a commensurate salary after obtaining a Limited Permit. Incumbent must obtain L.M.S.W. within 12 months of receipt of limited permit.
Monday and Thursday 8:30-5 with occasional on-call/holiday coverage on rotation based on operational needs.
Message to Applicants:This is a part time .4 position.
Recruitment Office:Human Resources
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We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status or disability or other protected classes under State and Federal law.
Advertised:Sep 16 2020Eastern Daylight Time