Clinical Social Worker - Obstetrics and Pediatrics

Job Description:
Responsibilities Provide inpatient and outpatient psychosocial transplant evaluations, therapeutic interventions, community resource support information, and referrals for obstetrics and pediatric patients and their families.
Complete written assessment documents in a timely way for use by treatment team.
Collaborate closely with other social work and interdisciplinary colleagues, including residents, fellows, and transplant coordinators, as well as social workers at other hospitals.
Develop and implement appropriate psychosocial interventions that enhance patient and family preparation for and adherence to medical, surgical, and pharmacological regimens.
Teach families and hospital teams about diagnosis-specific community resources and insurances.
Participate actively in interdisciplinary team rounds, clinics, selection committee, and other committees.
Participate actively in provision of patient/family education.
Organize and facilitate support group(s) when indicated.
Participate in case coverage and other necessary support for other social workers in the Dept.
of Care Coordination.
Maintain accurate statistical records.
When appropriate, collect and provide data for program development, research, and publication.
Participate in formal and informal teaching, including supervision of social work graduate students and in-service education for nurses, nursing students, medical residents, fellows, interns, and ancillary staff Qualifications Master's Degree in Social Work (MSW) from a program accredited by the United States Council on Social Work Education required.
CA LCSW preferred.
If you have CA LCSW = placed at Clinical Social Worker III job title, upon hire.
Or, if CA License eligible = placed at CSW II job title, upon hire.
At least two years post-Master's experience with pediatric medical patients preferred.
Fluency in Spanish, preferred.
Understanding of emotional reactions to serious/catastrophic diagnoses / illness / and aging.
Demonstrated skill in clinical assessment and treatment, crisis intervention, end-of-life issues, and bereavement.
Demonstrated experience as a member of an interdisciplinary team.
Knowledge about insurances (especially Medicare, Medi-Cal).
Knowledge about substance abuse assessment and treatment practices, protocols, and resources.
Awareness of other relevant community resources, especially for transportation, counseling, and financial aid.
Group work experience helpful.

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