With 100/300 Bodily Injury Insurance Masters degree in social work from an accredited university or a masters degree in a related field Take part in ongoing trauma training phone calls and weekly onsite clinical supervision Practice social distancing ,…
Full Description :
The SNUG site-based social worker will join the existing SNUG team in order to provide additional supportive services. The trauma-focused clinical worker whose skill-set and training will complement and enhance the outreach services SNUG currently provides. DETAILED RESPONSIBILITIES:
Work as an onsite social worker and member of the SNUG team in order to support SNUG staff in their current work with high-risk individuals affected by community violence.
Work with victims of community violence and their families and provide them with either short or longer-term therapeutic services
Work with the SNUG staff regularly debrief, process traumatic incidents, and manage the day-to-day stress of this work; provide ongoing training for staff, and provide guidance in their work with clients.
Create onsite programming including support groups for staff, participants, families of homicide victims, etc.
Supervise a site-based case manager who will help provide case management services to all victims of crime.
Respond with the SNUG team to violent incidents in the community, attend SNUG outreach events, and visit victims and families when appropriate.
Develop relationships with hospitals and other crime victim service providers in order to ensure crime victims know about and use SNUG services; will have to maintain an adequate caseload.
Take part in ongoing trauma training phone calls and weekly onsite clinical supervision.
Adhere to all documentation and database requirements and accurately track work under VOCA reporting standards.
Willingness to travel to training and conferences including an initial week-long training that may require overnight travel within NYS and a biannual two-day conference in Albany.
Be available to support the SNUG team in emergency situations regarding incidents with staff or participants.
Ability to work flexible hours (evenings and weekends) when necessary.
Any other relevant duties as assigned.
Practice social distancing (6FT) as required by CDC and State Guidelines.
(Hand sanitizer, masks, proper handwashing) and wear Provided face mask when unable to properly social distance. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Master's degree in social work from an accredited university (or a master's degree in a related field).
LMSW (or equivalent) required.
2+ years of experience working in or near the SNUG target areas.
Experience working with the “Proven/High risk” population.
Ability to work on a diverse team.
Conflict resolution skills.
Must consider alternative problem-solving techniques.
Willingness to work on the street and in other unstructured situations.
Possess time management skills.
Communication skills, both written and verbal.
REQUIRED A Valid Driver’s License and Insured Vehicle with 100/300 Bodily Injury Insurance. CATEGORY.