Behavioral Health Clinician

  • MaineHealth
  • North Conway, Conway, NH, USA
  • Jan 07, 2021

Job Description

Summary

Position Summary:

An exciting opportunity for a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) with interest, training and experience integrating behavioral health services into primary care settings.  This position is located at the Memorial Hospital Mount Washington Valley Rural Health Primary Care practice in New Hampshire, a well-established group offering complete care to patients of all ages. This is a 20-40 hour position with competitive salary and benefits.  The clinician’s role would include providing screening, assessments, and focused treatment to patients of the practice.  Treatment structure includes individual, family, and group work.  There is also a component of the work which involves linking to additional services and supports, providing curbside consultation to providers, and participating in population health activities that targets the health and wellbeing of specific groups of people.  Persons interested in this position must have experience working with both adults and children.  Knowledge of and interest in treating substance use disorders is preferred. 

The work is enhanced by being part of a medical team with solid experience in integrated work, in addition to collaborative work with psychiatrists and other integrated clinicians in the MaineHealth system. Individual supervision, group supervision, and quarterly trainings are added benefits of this position.  Minimum Qualifications: LICSW licensed in the state of New Hampshire.

Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs):

1. Education: See "License/Certifications"

2. License/Certifications: Licensure by the New Hampshire State Board of Social Worker Licensure as a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW).

3. Experience: 2+ years of work experience in a health or mental health setting preferred, in order to have proficiency in psychosocial assessment and treatment. Must have considerable knowledge of community resources and agencies and how to use them in resolving complex problems related to health, illness and disability.

4. Knowledge of social work theories, therapies and techniques, as used in individual, family and group treatment, as well as principles of social welfare.  Ability to teach basic social work principles and applications to the medical setting