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Social Worker - LCSW

  • LCSW opening in San Jose, CA
  • Exceptional earning potential up to $88K
  • Excellent life/work balance with schedule flexibility
1333 Meridian Ave.
San Jose, CA 95125

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  • Hours: Monday - Friday 8 AM - 5 PM | 4 Day Available
  • Employed
  • New Graduates Welcome to Apply
  • Average patients seen: 14 - 16 with Ramp Up to 21 Once Established
  • Call Schedule: No Call
  • Loan Repayment
  • Relocation Assistance Available
  • Compensation:
    - $66,000 - $88,000
  • Benefits:
    - Loan repayment through NHSC
    - $5,000 relocation assistance
    - PTO: Year 1 to Year 3, 160 hours of PTO; Year 3 to Year 10, 200 hours of PTO; Continued 40-hour increase every 5 years
    - 13 annual paid holidays
    - Health, dental, and vision plans with 90% of the premium paid by IHC
    - Acupuncture & Chiropractic care $10 per visit with HMO
    - Group life insurance and AD&D paid by IHC
    - Long term disability paid by IHC
    - Employee assistance program
    - 401k with 3% employee match
    - FSA
    - Domestic partner health benefits
    - Credit union: Membership to Santa Clara County Federal Credit Union
    - Employee referral program
    - Casual dress code on Friday
    - Optional benefits: pet insurance, AFLAC voluntary benefits, discount programs, LegalShield & ID Shield
  • Additional Information:
    Requirements:
    - Possession of a Master's degree in behavioral science, social science or a related field degree.
    - Current, valid, and unrestricted LCSW professional license

    - The current patient population is 18 and up.
    - Opportunity for expansion into pediatrics if desired.
    - Our health centers use a team-based structure, you will work with a psychiatrist, PMHNP, psychologist, and case manager.
    - EMR: eClinicalWorks

    The Counselor for the Counseling Department of the Indian Health Center of Santa Clara Valley (IHC) provides clinical services to adults, children and their families. Services include: evaluation, assessment, crisis intervention, plan development, case management, therapy, and rehabilitation planning. The position requires expertise in the areas of crisis intervention, clinical supervision, treatment plan development, and psychotherapeutic legal/ethical issues.