Rady Children's Hospital San Diego Social Worker I or II (MSW/LCSW)-50590 in San Diego, California

JOB SUMMARY:

The Chadwick Center, Trauma Counseling Program is seeking a Social Worker I (registered ASW or MFTI) or II (LCSW or MFT), bilingual (Spanish) preferred. The Social Worker I or II works with children and families who have experienced trauma by providing assessment; individual, group and family therapy interventions; support; advocacy; and case management as part of a clinical treatment team. The Social Worker utilizes knowledge of culture, age and developmental stages to develop treatment plans and provide interventions. Knowledge and experience in treating neglect, physical and sexual abuse, sexual assault and domestic and community violence in a therapeutic setting is preferred.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

SOCIAL WORKER I (ASW, IMF, PCCI)

Master's Degree in Social Work, Marriage & Family Therapy, Counseling, Psychology, or other behavioral health field

Registration with the State of California as an ASW or IMF or PCCI, as appropriate by discipline

CA Driver's License and Proof of Auto Insurance, if applicable

1 year of experience and/or 1 year pediatric professional experience

SOCIAL WORKER II (LCSW, LMFT, LPCC)

Master's Degree in Social Work, Marriage & Family Therapy, Counseling, Psychology, or other behavioral health field

Licensure in the State of California as a Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Marriage & Family Therapist (LMFT), or Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC)

CA Driver's License and Proof of Auto Insurance, if applicable

2 years of experience and/or 2 years pediatric professional experience

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

3 years of experience (SWI) or 4 years of experience (SWII)

Certification in Clinical Supervision in the State of California

Bilingual Spanish

Experience in assessments and treatment of children and adolescents

Experience working in an acute-care hospital setting

Experience in trauma, bereavement, chronic illness, catastrophic diagnosis, family violence, child protection, and bio-ethical issues

Knowledge of evidence-based practices utilized in clinical interventions