2 positions open: one 36 hours/ wk and 24 hours/ wk
MSW/Case Management - Cascade (part time)
The MSW provides social work services to patients and family as a part of the interdisciplinary care team. Addresses the psycho-social needs and concerns of the patient and their family in planning care, developing resources to meet patient and/or family needs, patient, family and community education. Participates in the development and implementation of appropriate measures of patient care quality and satisfaction.
Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills required. Ability to practice collaboratively. Must be able to work in a fast-paced, dynamic environment characterized by frequent interruptions and competing priorities. Proven ability to intervene across a broad range of family, group and individual dynamics. Demonstrated knowledge of and commitment to social work values and adherence to the NASW Code of Ethics and Standards of Cultural Competence in Social Work. Knowledge of health care regulations, laws, ethics and policies related to applicable healthcare setting. Knowledge of needs assessment, resource identification, acquisition and community resources. Experience in methods application, casework, supervision and training
What you will need:
Master of Social Work (MSW) degree required from an accredited program.
Minimum one (1) year of professional paid social work experience or graduate practicum placement in an applicable healthcare setting required. Experience may be required in palliative care, hospice, clinic and/or hospital setting.
Current Washington State Social Work licensure or must meet the requirements to become an Agency Affiliated Counselor upon hire required.
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