Regions Hospital ED Crisis Social Worker- Per Diem in St Paul, Minnesota
ED Crisis Social Worker- Per Diem
Job ID: 72151
Department: Emergency Crisis Prgm
City: St Paul, MN
Location: RH - Regions Hospital & Clinics
Position Type: Part-Time
Anticipated Work Schedule: Nights only. 3 shifts per month requirement.
Hrs/Pay Period: 0
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Regions is hiring a Social Worker to work in a casual, nights position in our Emergency Department. The requirement is 3 shifts/month Come join our dynamic and passionate Social Work team! What Regions Can Provide:
Competitive Pay and Benefits
Work with a collaborative interdisciplinary treatment team
The Regions Experience:
Regions Hospital Emergency Department is a Level 1 Trauma Center and the only one in the East Metro. At Regions Hospital you’ll find a warm, diverse group of people who are committed to helping our patients – and each other. We foster an inclusive environment that encourages new ways of thinking, celebrates differences, and recognizes hard work. We are also committed to living our values. This means you can expect us to be your partner and treat you with dignity and respect.
Join our ED team and make good happen!
The ED Social Worker Role:
This position will work independently, conducting diagnostic assessment, treatment planning and referrals, and determining clinical interventions to patients and families at Regions Hospital. This position will work independently and as part of a team, working effectively with various internal and external partners, patients, families, and physicians to facilitate patient care. The social worker provides crisis intervention, education, and supportive therapies as appropriate within the Emergency Department setting. They work develop a safe transition/discharge plan to the community.
Education: MSW– Masters of Social Work.
LICSW Licensure - MN Board of Social Work
2 or more years of social work experience in mental health setting and/or health care setting.
Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal skills
Knowledge of values, principles and methodologies of social work.
Ability to evaluate quickly with a high degree of accuracy the level of lethality and risk in suicidal/homicidal patients.
Ability to integrate social, medical and psychotherapeutic data in order to diagnose, form a treatment plan and to provide appropriate crisis intervention and psychotherapy.
Experience working with diverse populations
Knowledge of county, state and federal regulations regarding healthcare funding, civil commitments, child abuse, vulnerable adults, etc.
Familiarity with substance use disorders and available resources.
Knowledge of community resources.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.