The Licensed Clinical Social Worker is independently licensed with 2 or more years of experience in clinical practice which preferably includes supervisory experience. They will work collaboratively with clinical, administrative, nursing and physician leadership. This clinician applies evidence-based knowledge and acquired skills to assess, diagnose and treat patients with behavioral or substance abuse problems in an outpatient medical setting, either on-site or via telemedicine. The clinician understands or is willing to learn about the collaborative model of care applied in a patient-centered medical home. The clinician adapts interventions to the work flow and pace to that of a busy primary care practice, including rapid assessment and brief treatment. The clinician is a clinical leader, consultant and a resource at the medical practice in program development, in guiding group decision-making, in implementing plans, and improving quality of care. The clinician is proficient in ensuring that ongoing liaison occurs with patients, medical providers, and families. The clinician is an enthusiastic learner who actively seeks research and knowledge to ensure current, evidence based practice while adhering to key components of collaborative care. This clinician performs any duties and/or responsibilities within his or her scope of practice as assigned by VP Primary Care/Specialty Practice and VP, Senior Physician Executive.
Masters Degree in Social Work from an accredited school
Active State of Maine LCSW LicensePhysical Requirements
Standing, walking, visiting patients in their rooms
Equal Opportunity Employment
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