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Social Worker III /Bph

State South Carolina

Social Worker III /Bph

Richland, SC
Part Time
Paid
  • Responsibilities

    Social Worker III (Part-Time/BPH) Salary $32,838.00 - $60,760.00 Annually Location Richland County, SC Job Type FTE - Part-Time Agency Department of Mental Health-Inpatient Services-Psychiatric Hospitals/Programs and Nursing Homes Job Number 80830 Class Code: GB65 Position Number: 00000000 Normal Work Schedule: Other Normal Work Schedule (Other): Normal work hours will be discussed during interview. Pay Band Band 5 Opening Date 08/24/2018 EEO Statement Equal Opportunity Employer Agency Specific Application Procedures: You must apply on-line at www.jobs.sc.gov. Follow the status of your application on-line Job Responsibilities The Department of Mental Health is a drug-free workplace. All candidates will be required to pass a mandatory pre-employment drug test. This position is located within the Division of Inpatient Services and worked on the G. Werber Bryan Campus, 220 Faison Drive. Under limited supervision, performs diversified social work duties for a complex caseload consisting of patients with multiple psycho-social problems including criminal charges. These duties include completing assessments, group and individual treatment, discharge planning, and related duties. Services are provided to an inpatient population, 18 years of age and older. Minimum and Additional Requirements State Requirement: bachelor's degree in a social work or social welfare program accredited by the Council on accredited institution, plus experience as a professional social worker. Agency Requirement: A Master's Degree from a Social Work program accredited by the Council on Social Work Education, LMSW-SC Board of Social Work Examiner's and one (1) year of practice experience at this level. Note: If any Agency Requirements are listed above, applicants must also meet those requirements to be considered for the position. Salary may vary depending on experience and qualifications. Additional Comments The South Carolina Department of Mental Health is an Equal Employment Opportunity Agency. We provide affirmative action and equal opportunity in employment for all qualified persons regardless of race, color, sex including the basis of pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions, national origin, age, religion, or disability. Supplemental questions are considered part of your official application. Please complete the state application to include all current and previous work history and education. A resume may be attached, but not substituted for completing work history and education sections of the employment application. The employment application will be considered incomplete and not forwarded. If the position that you are applying for requires a college degree, you will be required to provide a certified official transcript for the highest level of education you have completed upon job offer. Failure to produce an official transcript may result in termination. If you have ever been convicted of a misdemeanor or felony criminal offense (other than in a Juvenile Court), you MUST list this information (unless you have taken steps to expunge your record.) This includes fraudulent checks, driving under suspension, disorderly conduct, shoplifting, etc. *Please note that conviction of a criminal offense does not bar you from employment in all cases; each conviction is evaluated individually. However, failure to list convictions is considered falsification of the application and WILL BE grounds for termination, if hired. It is your responsibility to know what is on your criminal record. If you have charges on your record that appear without a court disposition (result) you may be asked to provide that information if selected for employment. If you have questions, please inquire before you complete your application. Benefits for State Employees The state of South Carolina offers eligible employees generous benefits, including health and dental insurance; retirement and savings plan options; and paid vacation and sick leave. Plus, work-life balance programs such as telecommuting and flexible work schedules are available to employees of some state agencies. Insurance Benefits Eligible employees may enroll in , which includes prescription coverage and wellness benefits. include dental, vision, term life insurance, long term disability and flexible spending accounts for health and child care expenses. Retirement Benefits State employees are also offered , including defined benefit and defined contribution plans. Additionally, eligible employees may elect to participate in the , which is a voluntary, supplemental retirement savings plan offering 401(k) and 457 plan options. Workplace Benefits State employees may also be eligible for , including tuition assistance; holiday, annual and sick leave; and discounts on purchases, travel and more. Note: The benefits above are available to most state employees, with the exception of those in temporary positions. Employees in temporary grant and time-limited positions may be eligible for all, some or none of these benefits as benefits are associated with each position type. For these positions, contact the hiring agency to determine what benefits may be available. 01 Are you willing to work at G. Werber Bryan Psychiatric facility which serves mentally ill adults in an in-patient setting? Yes No 02 Are you willing to take a mandatory pre-employment drug test? Yes No 03 Are you on the Registry of Convicted Sex Offenders? Yes No 04 If you answered yes to being on the Registry of Convicted Sex Offenders, please explain. 05 Do you have a master's degree from a social work program accredited by the Council of Social Work or a bachelors degree in social work or social work welfare program accredited by the council of social work education? Yes No 06 Are you a licensed as a LMSW or LISW by the SC Board of Social Work Examiners? Yes No 07 Are you able to work with limited supervision? Yes No 08 Do you have the ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing Yes No 09 Do you have case management and discharge planning experience in an inpatient setting Yes No 10 Explain your experience in case management and discharge planning. 11 For the Department of Mental Health, have you ever been denied a professional license, or had a professional license revoked or limited by, and/or had any discipline or sanction imposed on you or your practice by a professional licensing board or body? Yes No 12 If you answered yes to the question above, provide a statement explaining the facts, name of the professional licensing board or body, any action taken by the board or body, and your current status with the board or body. 13 Are you currently employed or ever worked for the South Carolina Department of Mental Health? Yes No 14 If you are currently employed or ever worked for the South Carolina Department of Mental Health, please list the facility you were employed at and the dates of employment. 15 Have you reviewed the work history section of your application to ensure that there are no visible gaps of employment on your application? Yes No 16 Do you understand that Supplemental Questions are considered a part of your official application,any misrepresentation will result in your disqualification from employment? All current and previous work history and education must be up to date at the time your application is submitted. Please note that a resume will not be accepted in place of your application's work history section nor will it be reviewed to determine if an applicant has met the qualifications for the position. Yes No 17 Have you ever been arrested and/or convicted or have charges pending for domestic violence, fraudulent check, DUI, etc. or have any other charges other than a minor traffic violation? Yes No 18 If you answered yes to the above question, please give offense, date and disposition. 19 If you have ever been convicted of a misdemeanor or felony criminal offense (other than in a Juvenile Court), you MUST list this information (unless you have taken steps to expunge your record.) This includes fraudulent checks, driving under suspension, disorderly conduct, shoplifting, etc. *Please note that conviction of a criminal offense does not bar you from employment in all cases; each conviction is evaluated individually. However, failure to list convictions is considered falsification of the application and WILL BE grounds for termination, if hired. It is your responsibility to know what is on your criminal record. If you have charges on your record that appear without a court disposition (result) you may be asked to provide that information if selected for employment. If you have questions, please inquire before you complete your application. Please indicate your understanding to this statement. Yes No Required Question Agency State of South Carolina Agency Department of Mental Health-Inpatient Services-Psychiatric Hospitals/Programs and Nursing Homes Address 220 Faison Drive Columbia, South Carolina, 29203 Phone 803-953-6030 The language used in this document does not create an employment contract between the employee and the agency. This document does not create any contractual rights or entitlements. The agency reserves the right to revise the content of this document, in whole or in part. No promises or assurances, whether written or oral, which are contrary to or inconsistent with the terms of this paragraph create any contract of employment.

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