Social Worker

Here's a secret: these children - the ones who carry trauma, who are resilient and funny, and who can’t safely live with relatives? They need you. Ideal candidates find joy in incremental wins and love to help caregivers navigate a child’s trauma to build trust. Through flexible work options, our team makes a lasting impact. “We work to create safe and stable homes where each youth feels welcomed as a family member, with all the rights and privileges that brings.” Ana Eykel, VP of Foster Care

San Diego, CA

Crittenton Services

<p><strong>We offer behavioral health care, safe shelter, and individualized support to help people in need heal from trauma and reach their full potential. Crittenton employees are adaptable, compassionate, and inclusive. Most of all, we are a group energized by the impact of our programs and services.</strong></p> <p><strong>Because of our commitment to building a healthier community for clients, the well-being of our employees and their work environment is very important. Crittenton employees are offered a comprehensive benefits package and career growth opportunities, flexible work options, and free mental health supports. Crittenton truly believes in investing in our employees and our benefits and compensation packages reflect that commitment.</strong><br /><br /><strong><a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Message From Our CEO to Candidates</a></strong></p>

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Full Time

Competitive Compensation and Benefits Package

Overview: <br />Counsels individuals, groups and/or family regarding psychological or emotional problems, develops and implements therapeutic treatment plan in various settings in compliance with applicable laws, regulations and standards of practice, and conducts assessments and/or screens relevant to the population being served or program. This position will work in the San Diego area.
Responsibilities: <br /> <ul> <li>Acquires, maintains, teaches and demonstrates knowledge of Prevention of Sexual Abuse (PSA)&nbsp;and Sexual Harassment standards at care provider facilities, evidence-based practices, and&nbsp;trauma-informed care and maintains a professional environment that is consistent with Title 22,&nbsp;licensing regulations, and established agency policies.</li> <li>Participates in interdisciplinary treatment planning.</li> <li>Develops a comprehensive psychosocial assessment.</li> <li>Conducts assessments and screens as required.</li> <li>Provides crisis intervention consultation to all members of the team.</li> <li>Assists in maintaining client.</li> <li>Provides timely and accurate documentation as required by payment source.</li> <li>Transports clients to appointments and activities as required.</li> </ul>
Requirements: <br /> <p><u><strong>Minimum Qualifications:<br /><br /></strong></u></p> <ul> <li>MA, MS, MSW, PsyD or PhD in a related field of human services from an accredited school.</li> <li>Proficiency in threshold language required of positions primarily assigned to mono-lingual clients.</li> </ul> <br /><br /> <p><strong><u>Additional Requirements:<br /><br /></u></strong></p> <ul> <li>SW1: Must be license-eligible or a registered intern and must have a minimum of one semester of<br />relevant practicum, working with adolescents or families.</li> <li>Must possess and maintain a valid, unrestricted California driver&rsquo;s license and current vehicle&nbsp;insurance.</li> <li>Must be able to complete and maintain required certifications and training including, but not&nbsp;limited to, First Aid/CPR, PRIDE, and as applicable to program.</li> </ul> <p><br /><br />EOE, including disability/vets<br /><br /><strong>Salary Range:&nbsp;</strong>$70,500 - $91,000</p>