Senior Social Worker - Dialysis
Job Title: Senior Social Worker | Dialysis | Sheldon
Department *: * Acute Dialysis - Sheldon
Job Schedule: PRN
Hours Per Shift: 8 hr
Displays ability to apply the knowledge and skills of advanced social work practice, responding to suspected abuse, neglect or violence in accordance with the National Association of Social Work Code of Ethics policies and procedures alongside the appropriate state laws.
Possesses an expert level of critical thinking and in-depth psychosocial assessments. Exhibits ability to apply complex concepts to situations. If carrying the correct licensure, may diagnose patients/clients/residents. May provide specialized counseling and support.
Serves as a member of the interdisciplinary team in providing assistance with social, emotional and economic concerns of the patients/clients/residents and families/caregivers, thus enabling them to achieve or maintain an optimal level of functioning. Utilizes appropriate age-related patient/client/resident care protocols relating to the physical and psychological needs of neonatal, pediatric, adolescent, adult or geriatric patient/client/resident. May work closely with the additional clinical staff to achieve fiscally sound and timely continued planning outcomes. Possesses advanced knowledge of the principles of teamwork. Understands the impact of illness on the patient/client/resident and families/caregivers. Demonstrates knowledge and clinical experience in the psychosocial and economic management of problems commonly occurring with an illness and may provide brief therapy as appropriate. Possesses ability to work with growth and development needs of patient/client/resident populations.
Uses assigned measurements for own function or specialization. Approaches communication challenges from various angles to find the one that works. Communicates well downward, upward, and outward. Demonstrates an ability to use mindfulness for defined situations. Seeks clarification and common understanding by giving and receiving feedback, asking questions. Ensures that assumptions and received wisdom are objectively analyzed in decisions. Uses effective decision-making approaches such as consultative, command, or consensus. Establishes and maintains effective working relationship with each team member. Makes changes to the patient care plan based on patient status and progress.
Master's degree in Social Work from an accredited curriculum required.
Healthcare and/or mental health hospital experience preferred.
Licensed Independent Social Worker (LISW).
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Job Function: Care Coordination
Job Schedule: PRN
Req Number: WD02397