|Date Opened||11/26/2018 12:00:00 PM|
|Salary||$71,765 - $96,782/year|
|Job Type||Open to the Public|
|Close Date||12/10/2018 11:59:00 PM|
The State of Connecticut, Department of Children and Families, has a mission to work together with families and communities for children who are healthy, safe, smart and strong. Region 4, which covers the territories of Hartford and Manchester, serves the largest number of children and families in the State of Connecticut and are proud of our diverse and dedicated workforce who strive every day to meet the needs of those we encounter.
Our family-centered, strength-based approach to our work seeks to improve the well-being of the children and families we serve. We are recruiting for a full-time Clinical Social Worker Associate to work in the Hartford Area office, located at 250 Hamilton Street Hartford, CT. This is a 37.5 hour per week position, operating 1st shift Monday-Friday (8:30 am to 5 pm).
All Applicants are required to include a resume in the "Resume Tab" of their application with their submission. In addition, applicants may be required to submit additional documents which support their qualification(s) for this position.
Please note for this position, you will be requested to submit a copy of a current certification of licensure from the state of CT, Department of Public Health, if selected for an interview.
For questions regarding this recruitment, please contact Jasmyn Raymond, email@example.com or 860-418-8276.
In a state agency behavioral health program as part of a multi-disciplinary team at one or more locations this class is accountable for skilled clinical social work treatment and leadership services involving complex case assignments.
Independently provides highly skilled direct clinical social work treatment and/or substance abuse services to clients with complex psychological and social problems through comprehensive clinical assessments and provision of individual, family and group treatment; provides individual field work instruction and/or clinical supervision which includes instruction in use of comprehensive psychosocial assessments and current diagnostic categories, taking into consideration cultural, social, economic, medical, environmental and legal issues; develops comprehensive service plans including measurable treatment objectives; initiates consultation and collaboration with other mental health providers to improve delivery of current services and/or identify unmet needs within current service system; assists in resolution of administrative, personnel and clinical issues in program and/or agency; develops data for statistical and planning systems and/or research and publication; prepares administrative reports and suggests operational policies and procedures; oversees development and/or implementation of individual client treatment and/or service plans; may be assigned administrative oversight of research projects; may provide clinical and/or administrative leadership to program components such as crisis intervention teams, inpatient treatment teams, case management teams, psychoeducational program services, psychosocial rehabilitation and forensic services; may provide forensic evaluations and expert testimony to courts; may represent program or agency during licensing and certification inspections conducted by regulatory bodies; may represent program or agency in liaison relationships with other community agencies and resources; may provide in-service educational presentations concerning available health, mental health and human services resources and means to access them; may chair facility or community based committees that develop policies and plans to serve psychiatrically disabled individuals; may present information on mental illness and mental health services to community groups; performs related duties as required.
Considerable knowledge of and ability to instruct others about theories of human behavior, current diagnostic categories of mental illness, family dynamics, substance abuse and human sexuality; considerable knowledge of social, cultural, economic, political, religious, medical, psychological and legal issues which influence behavior of clients, families, service programs and society at large; knowledge of statutes, regulations and standards relating to mental health services; knowledge of state law governing licensed clinical social worker practice standards; considerable oral and written communication skills; considerable administrative skills; considerable ability to independently apply in practice current psychiatric treatment modalities including but not limited to behavioral, cognitive, object-relations, crisis intervention and psychosocial rehabilitation approaches; ability to integrate theory and case material in assessing and devising comprehensive treatment and/or service plans for difficult and/or complex case assignments; ability to lead task groups including but not limited to treatment teams and agency committees.
Incumbents in the class may be exposed to some risk of injury from assaultive and/or abusive clients.
AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
The State of Connecticut is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and strongly encourages the applications of women, minorities, and persons with disabilities.
The State of Connecticut is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and strongly encourages the application of women, minorities and persons with disabilities.