Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW)
LICENSED INDEPENDENT CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKER (LICSW), MIT Medical, to provide a range of services to meet the psychological and developmental needs of MIT students. Responsibilities include directing clinical services such as psychological evaluations, crisis intervention, individual and group psychotherapy, and referrals; conducting trainings for professional and paraprofessional staff; psychological assessment; and outreach and involvement in campus activities that help integrate the Mental Health Service into the university community.
REQUIRED: master’s degree in social work from a Council on Social Work Education-accredited institution; two years’ post-master's degree social work experience; licensure at the LICSW level in Massachusetts; ability to provide care to students throughout the life span, with consideration of aging processes, human development stages, and cultural patterns in each step of the care process; background in CBT, DBT, and skill-based treatments and knowledge of the psychological and developmental needs of the college-age population; knowledge of casework process and community resources related to mental health and disability; knowledge of current social work theory and practice and ability to apply treatment and case management methods; understanding of organizational theory and practice in large systems and of social and health care policies and systems; high-level diagnostic, treatment, interpersonal, organizational, and communication skills; the analytical skills necessary to assess patient needs, develop treatment modalities, and provide effective counseling; and proficiency with general office, spreadsheet, database, and presentation software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
PREFERRED: expertise in and commitment to working with an ethnoculturally diverse population; and ability to work effectively as a team member, engaging with a multispecialty medical service and the university community. Job #20114-8