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Current Job Posts

Director of School Linked Services

Health Educator

Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW or LCSW-R)
Medical Coder

Medical Director

Medical Office Assistant

Nurse Practitioner

MSW Social Worker, FT

School-Based Health Centers Program Manager 

Supervisor, Medical Billing & Revenue Cycle


Job Title: School-Based Health Centers Program Manager

Organization: Open Door Family Medical Centers

Posting Date: 4/3/17

Contact: https://home.eease.adp.com/recruit2/?id=15566251&t=1 (application)

Description: Open Door Family Medical Centers has been serving low-income, under-served residents and those

lacking access to health care in the communities of Westchester and Putnam counties for more than 40 years, providing high quality primary health care and human services at affordable prices. Open Door’s nationally renowned Community Health Center sites, mobile dentistry units, school-based health programs, and its family practice and dental residency training programs, deliver exceptional value to both patients and the communities it serves, dedicated to engaging men, women and children in healthier lifestyles and creating healthier communities. This year, Open Door will be the medical home for more than 50,000 patients, providing more than 250,000 visits. Our family medical services include primary medical care, dentistry, mental health, optometry, podiatry, and women’s health in Ossining, Sleepy Hollow, Port Chester, Mount Kisco, and Brewster, NY. Open Door believes that healthcare is a right, not a privilege, with primary care to be affordable and delivered cost-effectively. We believe that healthy individuals and families are the foundation of a caring society, and that those empowered to lead healthy lives contribute significantly to our communities’ success. For additional information, please, visit www.opendoormedical.org.

Open Door is seeking a School Based Health Center Program Manager. The SBHC Program Manager is responsible for the overall management, oversight and coordination of a growing School Based Health Center (“SBHC”) program (currently six locations in two school districts) under the supervision and direction of the Director of Clinical Services. SBHC Program Manager is responsible for the implementation of the program’s strategic plan, which incorporates Open Door’s mission, vision and goals, and aims to provide high-quality primary medical care in school settings. Under his/her purview is data collection and analysis, collaboration and coordination with internal and external stakeholders, personnel management, and overall program operations on a daily basis. All Open Door Family Medical Centers are located in Westchester and Putnam Counties located just north of New York City, which offer excellent schools, easy access to a multitude of outdoor activities, and superb transportation connections to New York City.


Program Management

  •  Implements strategic plan of the SBHC program, including development, coordination and monitoring of key deliverables in accordance with departmental and organizational goals and timetables
  •  Develops and oversees implementation of data collection strategies and conducts data analysis in order to ensure that productivity goals of the SBHC program are achieved, that patients receive services following guidelines for standards of care, and that departmental systems and procedures are efficient and effective
  •  Conducts quality improvement strategies (e.g. PDSA (Plan-Do-Study-Act) cycles) to make improvements when opportunities are identified
  •  Implements patient satisfaction assessments
  •  Writes reports and makes presentations on data and program activities
  •  Identifies and develops health education materials for use in medical care and health education programming
  •  Develops and organizes training programs for SBHC personnel to improve productivity of program
  •  Develops and writes grant applications and manages grant reporting requirements

Collaboration and Coordination

  •  Serves as the liaison between the SBHC program and school district personnel (e.g. Principals, Community Schools Coordinators, district Nurses, Director of Special Education, Assistant Superintendent) and coordinates service provision for district buildings where SBHC services are not provided on-site; represents Open Door on the school district and building-level wellness committees
  •  Collaborates with community partners (e.g. mental health providers, community centers) to ensure that SBHC services are effectively and efficiently coordinated
  •  Serves as the liaison between the SBHC program, the Open Door Dental Department (providing SBHC dental services) and the school district
  •  Collaborates with other Open Door departments (e.g. Care Coordination and Wellness, Behavioral Health, External Relations, IT, Finance) to ensure coordinated SBHC services
  •  Facilitates the collaboration between Open Door and school district facilities staff in order to ensure that SBHC offices are in full compliance with safety and other regulatory mandates

Personnel Management

  •  Supervises the work of the SBHC Health Advocate on such matters as SBHC enrollment and community outreach, billing, and facilitating linkages to insurance enrollment
  •  Supervises and coordinates the work of SBHC AmeriCorps members in implementing health and wellness education in the school districts
  •  Identifies projects for interns and volunteers in the SBHC department; supervises and coordinates the work
  •  Conducts other personnel management activities for the SBHC department, as assigned by the Director of Clinical Services, including such areas as goal formulation and staff training

Operational Oversight

  •  Manages the weekly schedule of team assignments and ensures that provider schedules are reflected in Electronic Medical Records
  •  Participates in budget development; monitors budget and works with the Finance department to ensure accurate tracking, documentation and compliance with funding regulations
  •  Liaises with IT department to ensure that equipment at schools is functioning properly and utilized to maximize efficiency and accuracy in service provision
  •  Oversees ordering of office supplies for all SBHC locations


  •  Minimum of a Master’s degree in a human service or a related field
  •  Minimum five years’ progressive experience, including experience in program administration and personnel management
  •  Excellent interpersonal skills
  •  Strong analytical skills and the ability to use data to inform practice
  •  Outstanding written and verbal communication skills, including meeting presentation/ and public speaking skills
  •  Proficient in personnel management and supervision
  •  Highly accurate and detail-oriented with a strong ability to manage records and financial information
  •  Highly organized and able to multi-task and prioritize tasks
  •  Team-focused collaborator
  •  Engaged in learning and continuous quality improvement
  •  Self-directed and able to complete assignments independently
  •  Effective in problem solving and possessing excellent judgment
  •  Flexible, possessing the ability to embrace and drive change and innovation
  •  Consistently able to meet deadlines
  •  Proficient in a variety of IT technologies including Excel, Power Point and Word and experience with electronic medical records
  •  Comfortable working in a fast-paced, high accountability environment

There are many fantastic benefits to a career at Open Door Family Medical Centers. In addition to working to effect positive change in the health and lives of thousands residents of Westchester and Putnam counties, Open Door offers its employees a stimulating, diverse and team-based work environment with comprehensive benefits including medical, dental, life insurance, flexible spending accounts, 403(b) and 401(k), generous paid time off, onsite Wellness facilities, and educational assistance. Aside from excellent benefits, we offer a competitive salary and annual bonuses based on patient care. As a community health clinic serving the underserved in high needs areas, Open Door qualifies our health care providers for federal and New York State loan repayment programs that can significantly reduce their eligible outstanding educational loans.

At Open Door, we enjoy working in a team-based, patient-centered environment and value the benefits of a diversified workplace that values our patients and the communities we serve. If you want to make a difference in the lives of thousands of patients in the health of our communities of Westchester and Putnam counties, and if the position speaks to your capabilities, experience and commitment to improve the health of our communities, please complete the online application, upload your resume and cover letter with salary requirements. Qualified candidates will be contacted by phone and/or email.

Open Door is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Job Title: Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW or LCSW-R), FT

Organization: North Country Family Health Center

Posting Date: 12/1/16

Contact: Adrianne Amell, NCFHC, 238 Arsenal Street, Watertown, NY 13601

Description: North Country Family Health Center (formerly North Country Children's Clinic), a Federally Qualified Health Center, seeks a fulltime Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW or LCSW-R), to work in a school based health center setting. This is a ten month position that follows School District faculty hours and calendar. The LCSW must be licensed in NYS. At least 3-5 years’ experience in the evaluation and treatment of patients with behavioral health issues. Excellent verbal, listening, and electronic documentation skills are required. Benefits include group health, CMEs, 403b, and generous vacation and sick time.  Visit www. nocofamilyhealth.org to complete an employment application and send it along with current resume, references, and cover letter to Adrianne Amell, NCFHC, 238 Arsenal Street, Watertown, NY 13601. NCFHC is an equal opportunity employer.


Job Title: Director of School Linked Health Services

Organization: Whitney M. Young Health

Posting Date: 12/6/16

Contact: Apply through link  https://home2.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=19174072

Description: Working collaboratively with the Chief Operating Officer and members of the leadership team, manages all phases of the Center’s community based program services to individuals, families and agencies. Program management and service delivery will be delivered in collaboration with other programs, departments and purchasers. Services are to be implemented and delivered utilizing quality, up-to-date, best practices. Provide overall direction and guidance for community-based school programs and oversee operations of these programs. Provide direction for contracted programs in meeting regulatory requirements. Serve as the liaison between program staff, internal and external fiscal agents, lead agency, sponsoring facilities local school district officials and community stakeholders.

Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree and at least 5 years of relevant experience. A minimum of three (3) years of professional experience in a health related facility, and two (2) years functioning in a supervisory capacity. Must demonstrate excellence in communication skills with the ability for data analysis. Must have comprehensive knowledge of writing grants, preparing budgets, and program management with strong management, organizational, written, oral, and interpersonal skills. Demonstrated competency in program development, implementation, and evaluation of health related programs. Exceptional understanding of Microsoft Office , database management, population management software, electronic medical record and Internet applications. Local travel is an essential requirement of this position.


Job Title: Medical Director

Organization: Montefiore School Health Program, Medical Division

Posting Date: 6/2/17 (updated)

Job Description: Medical Director

The Montefiore School Health Program (MSHP) is seeking a dynamic Medical Director to lead its work and growth. This is a full-time position with 60% administrative and 40% clinical responsibilities.


MSHP, the largest network of comprehensive school based health centers in the nation, provides wide ranging medical, mental, dental, and community health services to more than 30,000 students attending NYC Department of Education public schools.  MSHP is part of Montefiore Medical Center, the academic medical center and University Hospital for Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Montefiore combines its deep commitment to the community with nationally-renowned expertise to reach people in locations easiest for them. 


Position Summary:

The Medical Director is responsible for the medical division and implementation of high quality health care delivery at the MSHP sites, in compliance with all standards and regulations of MSHP, Montefiore Health System and outside regulatory agencies. The Medical Director develops and directs the team of medical leadership, medical and nursing providers responsible for comprehensive health care delivery to Bronx school aged children and adolescents. The Medical Director is responsible for all operational, technical, administrative, programmatic and personnel activities of the Division and reports to the Director of Primary Health Care.

Required Qualifications and Competencies:

  • Board certified Doctor of Medicine with a specialty in pediatrics or family medicine
  • Five-plus years of post-board certification clinical experience
  • Five-plus years of experience in leadership and health administration
  • Demonstration of successful program administration in an interdisciplinary health setting
  • Personnel management and development
  • Strategic planning,  implementation, and evaluation  


Additional Qualifications:

  • Management experience in an ambulatory care, public health and/or school health setting
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills, results oriented, team player
  • Commitment to the mission, vision and values of MSHP
  • Performance Improvement skills
  • Advanced computer and EMR skills, EPIC preferred
  • Fiscal management
  • Language proficiency in Spanish an advantage

Contact: Qualified individuals, please send resumes and cover letters to: mrogers@montefiore.org with “School Health Medical Director” and your name in the subject line. Resumes without cover letters and applicants who do not meet the requirements will not be accepted.

No phone calls, please.

MMC is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or national origin.


Job Title: Medical Office Assistant

Organization: The Children's Aid Society, Washington Heights clinic

Posting Date: 12/7/16

Contact: Apply through link www.childrensaidsociety.org/employment/jobs     

Description: Under the general supervision of the Site Manager (Nurse Practitioner/Medical Provider) and the School­ Based Health Center Manager, and in accordance with established policies and procedures, the Medical Office Assistant assists the practitioners in rendering patient care during clinic visits by performing routine technical and clerical tasks. The MOA is responsible for registration of all patients, answering telephones, scheduling patients' appointments for all providers and provides first aid care. This is a technical position with no supervisory responsibilities.



  • Greets patients and observes their condition; routes them to the Provider.
  • Ensures that all patients, visitors and guests, as well as coworkers, receive personalized prompt attention and that they are treated with dignity and respect and with the utmost confidentiality.
  • Maintains electronic health records system, including all demographic information on the patient, registration forms, patient referral communications, transfers and address changes, and handles medical referrals and referral communications.  Identifies and updates health insurance status on patients' records.
  • Works closely with Site Manager/Supervisor to facilitate patient flow.
  • Makes and confirm appointments for patients.
  • Acts as interpreter when necessary.
  • Responsible for ordering and restocking office supplies.
  • Maintains a recall system for patients who miss appointments.
  • Completes all appropriate sections of electronic medical record and follows up for missing information
  • Maintains an inventory of medical and office supplies and forms and submits purchase requisitions after obtaining Site Manager/Supervisor's  approval.
  • Responsible for monitoring the patient flow system, making sure that walk-in patients and appointment patients are processed in a timely manner; informs the Site Manager of any systems breakdowns.
  • Brings acutely ill patients to the practitioner's attention immediately.
  • Under the supervision of the NP/Medical Provider, assesses patients' vital signs according to specified patients' visit type or as per the provider's request; performs basic screening test/procedures, for example: checking patients' height, weight; performs vision and hearing screening, venipuncture, urine dip stick, throat culture, and pregnancy tests.
  • Performs or assists with irrigations, dressings, first aid and other appropriate procedures.
  • Assists practitioner in examining patients by preparing patients, assisting with bandages and instruments and with the handling of specimens and cultures.
  • Acts as a patient advocate.
  • Maintains examination room making sure it is clean and equipped with all the necessary supplies.
  • Is competent to assist and interact with patients based upon the age groups treated.
  • Responsible for keeping the Site Manager or his/her designee updated on current issues and/or problems related to his/her job responsibilities.
  • Performs other related duties, as required.


  • High School Diploma or Equivalency Certificate.
  • Graduate of a State or nationally accredited Medical Assistant Program.
  • Medical Office Assistant Certification preferred.
  • College degree a plus.
  • Bilingual (Spanish/English) a must.
  • Must be proficient in Word and Excel.
  • Must be able to work effectively and enthusiastically with children, adolescents, adults, families, professionals and persons from a wide range of cultural, social and economic backgrounds.
  • Must be able to handle multiple tasks at one time.
  • Must have 1-2 years' experience working in a medical office/clinic.


Job Title: Nurse Practitioner

Organization: The Children's Aid Society, Washington Heights clinic

Posting Date: 12/7/16

Contact: Apply through link www.childrensaidsociety.org/employment/jobs 

Description: In collaboration with a physician, delivers primary health care to students, as well as fulfills such duties as assessment, planning, teaching and counseling.  The SBHC Nurse Practitioner operates as the site Supervisor and provides leadership across the site to all SBHC staff. With the collaboration of the SBHC program manager, the SBHC NP is responsible for medical staff’s performance evaluations and ensuring that the SBHC site meets DOH compliance. The practitioner functions as a health team member in meeting the objectives of the program in the school.


Implements philosophy and objectives of program.

•Works cooperatively with program, administrative staff and collaborating physician.

•Establishes a data base of information about pediatric patients by obtaining health and developmental histories; conducts basic periodic physical assessments; orders appropriate screening and/or routine diagnostic tests; and records findings in a systematic and accurate form.

•Assesses the status of the patient by discriminating between normal and abnormal physical findings and recognizes deviations from normal growth and development.

•Provides routine immunizations according to NYSDOH standards.

•Provides treatment for minor illnesses and accidents either in consultation with a collaborating physician or according to established protocol.

•Makes comprehensive assessments and decisions, and plans care.

•Functions independently and recognizes when a collaborative consultation is appropriate.

•Provides outpatient follow-up treatment by encouraging families to call when they have concerns, and provides appropriate phone management with regard to these concerns.  Follows up on emergency, clinic and hospital visits and referrals, as appropriate.

•Assumes responsibility for daily management of SBHC site activities and acts as a resource to other staff members involved in the care of patients.

•Supervises the medical clinical and clerical staff and participates in their performance evaluation.

•With the collaboration of the SBHC program manager, the NP is responsible for ensuring the SBHC site follows continuous quality assurance standards and meets DOH compliance, including but not limited to: timely submission of meeting minutes, completion of emergency drills, completion of environmental surveys, ensure adherence of all staff to HIPAA and HITECH requirements, etc.

•Responsible to meet site productivity goals

•Maintains up-to-date legible medical records and fills out required statistical forms.

•Is competent to care for patients based upon the age groups treated.

•Contributes to the periodic review and modification of Medical Protocols.

•Continues to update personal knowledge, both formally and informally, in order to provide current information and appropriate care to patients.

•Ensures that all patients, visitors and coworkers receive personalized prompt attention and are treated with dignity and respect.

•Performs other related duties as required.



Master of Science in Nursing from an accredited university preferred.

•Certified as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner and Board Certified via National Association of Pediatric Nurse Associates and Practitioners, or the American Nursing Association.

•Current license to practice professional nursing and as a nurse practitioner in the State of New York.

•Continuing Education Unit Accreditation Maintenance.

•Bilingual (Spanish/English) preferred.

•Works effectively and enthusiastically with children and adolescents, families, professionals and other personnel from a wide range of cultural, social and economic backgrounds.



Job Title: Health Educator

Organization: The Children's Aid Society, Washington Heights clinic

Posting Date: 12/7/16

Contact: Apply through link www.childrensaidsociety.org/employment/jobs 

Description: Under the supervision of the School-Based Health Center Medical Office Manager , and in collaboration with the School-Based Health Center’s Medical Provider, the Health Educator will provide age appropriate individual and group health education counseling at our school-based health center on topics such as pregnancy prevention, including abstinence and birth control method counseling; sexual decision-making; STI and HIV counseling; and other reproductive health topics.  The Health Educator functions as part of a clinical team that provides comprehensive health services for adolescents.  The Health Educator will be responsible for follow-up efforts for all patients on their caseload, and will collect and report health education outcomes for the SBHC.  Additionally the Health Educator may conduct classroom presentations and assist the schools we serve in the implementation of the Chancellor’s mandatory sexuality education curriculum.


·         Provides individual level health education (sexual decision-making, growth and development, pregnancy prevention, STI and HIV pre and post-test counseling) to SBHC patients.

·         Conducts FPBP screening, facilitates enrollment and monitors decisions from Human Resources Administration (HRA).

·         Develops and implements workshops and outreach presentations for youth and parents within the schools serviced and participates in school events to promote school-based center services. Assists in the implementation of the Chancellor’s mandatory sexuality education curriculum.

·         Coordinates and implements outreach activities to increase utilization of the SBHC by students who are sexually active or at risk of becoming sexually active; as well as outreach activities to increase awareness of safe sex practice, world aids day, etc.

·         Participates in the process of developing, obtaining, evaluating and maintaining written and audio-visual health education materials, as required by program.

·         Documents all group/workshops and individual health education sessions in the electronic health record, as requested by supervisor.

·         Offers and arranges family planning services at our Milbank or Bronx Health Centers when the SBHC is closed or for services not available at our SBHC such as IUD insertion.

·         Participates as part of a team with other staff to provide quality patient care.

·         Participates in SBHC advocacy activities.

·         Contributes to program planning and evaluation by maintaining up-to-date records and collecting, managing and maintaining program outcomes data.

·         Attends training sessions conducted by other agencies in order to develop skills and knowledge required of a health educator in a CAS program.


·         BA in Health Education or 2-3 years related field experience with adolescents and reproductive health education required.

·         Strong interpersonal and excellent oral and written communication skills.

·         Accurate record keeping skills and organizational abilities.

·         Computer literacy.

·         Must be able to work some evenings.

·         Must be able to work and travel to multiple clinic sites.

·         Highly proactive, flexible, works independently.

·         Bilingual: English/Spanish preferred.


Job Title: Supervisor, Medical Billing & Revenue Cycle, FT

Organization: The Children's Aid Society, Harlem

Posting Date: 12/9/16

Contact: Apply through link  www.childrensaidsociety.org/employment/jobs     

Description: As a key member of our Health and Wellness team reporting to the Division VP, you will be responsible for the administrative, financial, and managerial operations for the Billing Unit, including supervision of the billing office staff to ensure timely billing and compliance with payer rules and deadlines. 

 Essential Position Functions and Responsibilities

  • Manage daily operations of the billing department, including medical coding, claims submission, payment posting, and accounts receivable follow-up. 
  • Inform provider and billing teams of any updates/changes to billing rules, regulations and requirements
  • Work with providers and others to maximize revenue, reimbursement and productivity while fully complying with payer reimbursement benchmarks and deadline requirements.
  • Provide guidance to billing and coding staff and assist staff in eliminating billing backlog.
  • Monitor managed care contracts and reimbursement trends.
  • Investigate billing problems, formulate and implement solutions.
  • Review and update fee schedules
  • Process credentialing applications for providers
  • Respond to all internal and external audit requests in a timely fashion.
  • Generate monthly, quarterly and annual financial statistical reports
  • Streamline, implement and enforce medical billing policies and procedures, rules and regulations
  • Work with outside vendors, insurance providers and others to resolve billing issues.

 Position Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree, Accounting preferred or equivalent in education and experience
  • Certified Coder (CPC or CCS) required
  • Minimum 5 years of experience  supervising medical billing staff. Pediatric preferred.
  • Proven, leader with the ability to set team goals and prioritize daily operations and projects.
  • Electronic Health Record (EHR) and/or practice management software experience; eClinicalWorks (eCW) preferred.
  • Knowledge and understanding of
    • Medicaid and Medicaid Manage Care reimbursement guidelines,
    • Medical insurances policies and procedures
    • EDI institutional and professional claims formats, denial management, appeals
    • Reimbursement systems, regulations and polices pertaining to coding, billing and documentation.
  • Experience negotiating Managed Care rates.
  • Ability to research and analyze data and resolve issues; read, interpret and apply policies, procedures, laws, and regulations, read and interpret medical procedures and terminology
  • Strong written, oral, interpersonal and organizational skills.


Job Title: Medical Coder (Certified), FT

Organization: The Children's Aid Society, Harlem

Posting Date: 12/9/16

Contact: Apply through link www.childrensaidsociety.org/employment/jobs   

Description: As a key member of our Health and Wellness team reporting to the Supervisor of Billing and Revenue, you will be responsible for reviewing progress notes, accurately coding claims for submission to Medicaid, Medicaid Managed Care and commercial insurance providers, reviewing claims payments and denials with the goal of  maximizing claims reimbursement.

Essential Position Functions and Responsibilities

  • Evaluates medical and related documentation to ensure diagnostic and procedural      codes accurately reflect and support the patient encounter and comply with      regulatory standards. Works with provider to adjust as required.
  • Reviews medical documentation for accuracy and      completeness.
  • Interprets medical records and accurately assigns appropriate and correct ICD-10 and CPT codes.
  • Performs periodic Quality Assurance audits. Reports results and takes action as necessary. 
  • Maintains metrics on clean claims, denials, re-submissions and other measurement standards and submits for management review.
  • Develops and updates procedures manuals for maintaining current and correct coding, minimizing the risk of fraud and abuse, and optimizing revenue recovery.
  • Stays abreast of current medical coding and billing issues, trends, and changes      in the laws and regulations.  Makes recommendations for changes in policies and procedures.

Position Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Current coding certification (CPC or CCS) required
  • 5 years of Medical Billing/Coding and revenue cycle management experience; Pediatrics preferred
  • Knowledge of: ICD-10 and CPT coding guidelines; medical terminology.
  • Must have Electronic Health Record (EHR) and/or practice management software experience; eClinicalWorks (eCW) preferred.
  • Knowledge and understanding of
    • Medicaid and Medicaid Manage Care reimbursement guidelines,
    • Medical insurances policies and procedures
    • EDI institutional and professional claims formats, denial management, appeals
    • Reimbursement systems, regulations and polices pertaining to coding, billing and documentation.
  • Ability to research and analyze data and resolve issues; read, interpret and apply policies, procedures, laws, and regulations, read and interpret medical procedures and terminology
  • Strong customer service skills.



Job Title: MSW Social Worker at SBHC, FT

Organization: North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System, Queens location

Posting Date: 12/14/16

Contact: Annemarie Goodman, Agoodma2@northwell.edu

Description: Works as a member of an interdisciplinary team of medical and mental health professionals; provides assessment, crisis intervention and individual and group counseling to diverse  youth ages 14 -20, including case management.  Ensures continuity of care by referral to appropriate follow-up services. 


1)    Provides direct service to patients with engagement of families as indicated using a variety of social work modalities. Travel to community resources and community meetings may be required.

2)    On-site services at the SBHC include mental health care in both individual and group settings, including assessment, treatment, referral, and crisis intervention.

- Primary prevention; - Individual mental health assessment, treatment, and follow-up;

- Crisis intervention;

- Short and long-term counseling; 

- Linkage with community counseling;

- group and family counseling;

- case management; and

- psychiatric evaluation and treatment.

3)    Pregnancy prevention and youth development activities, classroom outreach and presentations.

4)    Advocates on behalf of the client to ensure maximum access to health care.

5)    Maintains appropriate professional patient care documentation as defined by hospital policies and procedures.

6)    Functions in a consultative and educative capacity with all pertinent individuals or agencies that impact on patients.

7)    Prepares materials for supervisory conferences.

8)    May direct the activities of paraprofessional staff, social work interns and volunteers.

9)    May participate in appropriate research, staff development programs and community liaison activities.

Performs related duties, as required

Required Qualifications:

·         Master’s Degree in Social Work from an accredited school of social work.

·         LMSW required within one (1) year of employment.

·     Experience required/preferred by position is noted on MSW posting form


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