80 hours per two week pay period. This is a Pediatric Social Worker position embedded within a Pediatric Primary Care office. The Pediatric Social Worker provides intensified Care Coordination services to children and families/caregivers. The Pediatric Social Worker facilitates care for high risk pediatric patients, working directly with physicians, specialists, schools and community agencies. The Social Worker/Behavioral Health Clinician is responsible for providing social work/behavioral health services to all customer groups affected by illness/disability often including lifestyle adjustment difficulties. Understands utilization criteria and case management principles in a health care setting, as well as relevant community resources, insurance, regulatory, and legal system knowledge. Minimum Education Master's degree in Social Work (MSW), Psychology, Mental Health Counseling or other Human Services field. Minimum Work Experience Two years of social work and medical crisis intervention, and knowledge of community resources or related experience preferred. Healthcare experience a plus Experience in individual and family therapy. Five years' experience working in a healthcare setting preferred. Required Licenses/Certifications BLS Certification through American Heart Association CPI Certification Eligible for rostering in preparation for licensure. Must obtain within 3 months of hire Required Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities NASW code of conduct principles Psychosocial assessments, utilization and case management principles. Demonstrates sound knowledge of group theory and dynamics with experience in facilitating and co-facilitating psychosocial and skill building groups. Individual and family supportive advocacy. Age-specific competencies. Interdisciplinary collaboration. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Basic Microsoft Windows desktop application and navigation skills. Demonstrates strong communication and listening skills. Demonstrates good knowledge of community resources. Demonstrates excellent collaboration skills in conjunction with working with providers, legal representation, regulatory agencies and those involved with risk and compliance. Willingness and ability to provide coverage on rotational basis.(as applicable) Exhibits knowledge of Best Practice, DBT, CBT, and motivational interviewing. Provides employee assistance in-services, and consultation to staff, physicians, and community providers about psychosocial aspects of care.