Eliot Community Human Services Early Intervention Social Worker (LCSW or LICSW) Fee for Service in Malden, Massachusetts
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Eliot is seeking a licensed social worker to work in our Early Intervention Program. LCSW required. Early childhood experience preferred.
Eliot’s Early Intervention Program helps children from birth to three years of age who have developmental delays or disabilities. Serving young children and their families in Everett, Malden, Medford, our Early Intervention specialists provide community based therapeutic intervention utilizing a coaching model with parents and caregivers. Eliot EI specialists will participate in screenings, assessments, center and home visits, child and parent groups, and will provide service coordination for families along with consultation regarding clinical and developmental issues.
Identifies, screens and evaluates performance of infants and children using standard measures
Provides intervention in the areas of psychosocial development, family systems and issues, and resource identification
Develops and ensures follow up of treatment goals from the Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP) in the home
Provides transdisciplinary services to families and children enrolled in the Early Intervention Program
Utilizes a team approach to planning and treatment with families, physicians, and agencies
Schedule: Fee for Service
LICSW (EI) $37.03LCSW (EI) $30.27
6% rate increase for Bilingual candidates.
Location: Towns covered are Malden, Medford & Everett
*Eliot mandates COVID-19 vaccinations for employees, please discuss the requirements with the hiring manager during the interview process.
Clinical Skills: Intermediate
Computer Software Skills: Intermediate
Experience with population: Intermediate
- Dedicated: Devoted to a task or purpose with loyalty or integrity
- Flexibility: Inspired to perform well when granted the ability to set your own schedule and goals
- MA or better in Social Work
Licenses & Certifications
MA DRIVER'S LICENSE
- 1 year: This Malden based program provides supports to children under three and their parents.