Clinical Social Worker (Health/Correctional Facility) - Safety-(PIP)
California Health Care Facility - Stockton
California Correctional Health Care Services
Clinical Social Worker (Health/Correctional Facility)-Safety-Psychiatric Inpatient Program (PIP)
$82,680 - $105,168 Annual Range (Licensed)
$76,860 - $98,064 Annual Range (Non-licensed)
Under direct supervision of the Senior Psychologist, Supervisor, and/or the Supervising Psychiatric Social Worker, the Clinical Social Worker is assigned to the Mental Health Services Delivery System mental health treatment teams, to evaluate individual and psychosocial needs of patients. Provides assessments, group therapy, collateral conferences, documentation and evaluation of patients progress in treatment; functions as a member of the interdisciplinary treatment team to plan; implements and evaluates individual treatment needs; plans objectives and dispositions of patients; coordinates placement with community resources and the Classification and Parole Representative to offer interdisciplinary consultation to clinical/custody staff. Attends treatment planning conferences and collaborates with the Interdisciplinary Treatment Team in the development and implementation of patient treatment plans and programs. Takes appropriate action in responding to emergency situations. During the COVID-19 state of emergency, the Mental Health Program will offer Telework options which will be provided based on operational availability. In addition, hiring interviews will be available virtually using teleconferencing or video conferencing options.
Please review the appropriate bulletin/assessment on the Bulletin Page for the Minimum Qualifications and, if qualified, complete the Assessment according to the instructions.
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