Licensed Clinical Social Worker - Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center
- 05-Apr-2021 to 30-Apr-2021
- - Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center
- Indianapolis, IN, USA
- Salary will be competitive and commensurate with experience
- Full Time
- Benefits are available to full time employees
Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center's mission is to empower people with help, hope and opportunity. As part of its ongoing operations, emergency response to COVID-19, and new strategic initiatives, we are seeking an experienced Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) to join our community-based team serving individuals and families in West Indianapolis.
Since 1911, one thing hasn't changed about Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center: Our devotion to helping others. The Center provides social services to the West Indianapolis neighborhood, home to around 8,000 individuals, and increasingly serves a wider geographic audience through a diverse set of funding streams. With a full-time staff of 20+ and a significant support staff of interns, we are working together with our clients to create better opportunities. MRNC has an average annual revenue between two and three million dollars and a strong financial position, making it well positioned to be investing in the programs and talent our clients need to survive the pandemic and emerge stronger. We are a destination for BSW and MSW student interns from multiple universities across the city and offer professional and academic development through a semester-long practicum.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
- Deliver professional social work and supports to adults and families through virtual, center-based, community-based, and employment workforce-based approaches
- Assist in agency-wide emergency COVID-19 response - distribute emergency financial assistance and resources to clients to help them maintain housing stability and connect clients to resources and supportive services during the COVID crisis and recovery
- Provide individual wraparound supports and group counseling in a variety of settings to help clients achieve progress toward economic stability and improve overall functioning, and connect to community resources and services
- Recommend new approaches during COVID crisis and recovery and help design new solutions for families, employees in today's circumstances and incorporating current research in social work field
- Conduct individual assessment and evaluation of client's mental health when needed
- Supervise and develop social work staff and social work interns
- Lead and train others as they develop professional skills and provide effective services to clients;
- Assist in developing and implementing social work training curriculum that includes experience providing mental health assessment and interventions to clients
- Manage social work program administration
- Ensure accurate and complete program reporting, performance data tracking, and data quality assurance for human service outcomes systems to ensure compliance and timely reporting
- Proficient in use and incorporating new technology to improve client service operations; and assist organization in developing new strategies and earned income funding to support the ongoing mission
Position requires prior relevant experience in the job responsibilities below and at least 5 years prior experience providing mental health counseling/therapy and a strengths-based social work approach with clients. Experience working with individuals with dual diagnosis is preferred.
Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center wants a strong and diverse pool of candidates to interview for our open positions. We welcome interest from anyone who has a passion for our work and the commitment to get it done. If you believe you have experience and a passion for helping individuals and families facing the challenges of inner-city poverty needed for this position, please apply, we want to hear from you.
ATTENTION: Be Prepared - To assist you and the search committee in discerning your match for the position, we suggest you prepare your responses to these questions prior to hitting "APPLY" to make your application. Applications will not be considered without question responses.
- How do you practice and model self-care?
- What kind of person is the hardest for you to get along with? (be descriptive or reference a profiling instrument such as MBTI, DISC etc)
- What would a Center of Excellence in Social Work look like to you?
Click the APPLY button to submit cover letter and resume by April 30.