Licensed Clinical Social Worker- LCSW (FQHC)
Maintains a caseload of clients in need of specific social services. Conducts themselves with a
manner of professionalism that is conducive to recovery from mental illness and overall wellness.
Provides supportive services for clients and arranges for the provision of services from community
resources based on the case plan.
Participates in setting case plan goals/objectives. Completes case plans with clients.
Interviews clients, families, etc. and completes assessments and other clinical documentation.
-Masters Degree in a Social Service field
-3 years of relevant clinical experience
-Be over 18 years of age
-Possess a valid driver's license
-Advanced clinical license for independent practice (LCSW, LPC)
-Communicate respectfully and effectively and establishes professional relationships through active listening and demonstration of empathy and positive regard.
-Promotes recovery, independence, and personal choice for patients.
-Accurately identifies risk and responds appropriately, and participates in consultation with peers regarding high-risk situations and appropriate interventions.
-Maintains professional boundaries and operates within agency/ ethical guidelines.
-Knowledge of agency and community resources and referral processes.
Job Duties/Skills Required
-Maintains a case load of clients in need of evidence based therapeutic services.
-Demonstrates advanced knowledge of behavioral health symptoms, diagnoses, interventions and impact.
-Assists clients in identifying strengths, needs and realistic goals to develop an effective treatment plan.
-Completes accurate documentation according to policy and is needed to ensure reimbursement of services.
Blue Cross Blue Shield Health Insurance, Vision insurance, Dental insurance, Life insurance, Paid time off, 14 Paid Holidays per year for regular full time staff, Disability insurance, 401(k), 401(k) matching
About Start Corporation
Start Corporation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1984. Our Mission is to promote opportunities, which enhance the self-sufficiency of people who are impaired in their abilities to live and function independently.