Dartmouth-Hitchcock Concord Concord , NH 03301
Provides assessment, counseling, information and referral, advocacy services, and other resource assistance to patients either directly or through consultation.
A listing of the key responsibilities
Provides complete psychosocial assessments of patients and families.
Provides counseling to individuals and families to help solve social and emotional problems.
Coordinates community resources to address/meet identified needs of a varied patient population.
Assists families in adapting to difficult and complicated dispositions involving complex/catastrophic care needs, multiple agencies/providers and linkage to resources outside the community.
Provides consultation, assessment, referral and coordination in cases of suspected child or dependent adult abuse or neglect, or other forms of domestic violence.
Organizes support groups.
Documents appropriate objective, concise and pertinent clinical data in the medical record.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Master's Degree in Social Work (MSW) required.
Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) in New Hampshire preferred.
Social work experience in an acute, home care, or ambulatory setting preferred.
Strong organizational skills.
Good verbal and written communications skills.
Sound decision making and judgment.
Time management skills.
Proven ability to deal with conflict resolution.
Comfortable with basic computer skills.