Pediatric LCSW or LCPC (part time)
- Glenview, IL
North Shore Pediatric Therapy is in search of a part-time dynamic Licensed Clinical Social Worker or Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor to join our amazing team!
North Shore Pediatric Therapy is the only concierge health and wellness center for children and young adults, that combines the power of multiple disciplines, first class service, and inspiring results, that has become the company’s hallmark. Deemed a Thought Leader in pediatric therapy, NSPT brings Peace of Mind to thousands of children and their families with its invigorating blend of positive environment, heroic staff, and blossoming kids. We provide the ultimate discovery that challenges lead to strengths, and happiness is abound. Our services include Occupational, Speech, & Physical Therapy, Applied Behavior Analysis, Neuropsychology Diagnostics & Treatment, Nutrition, and Academic Support including Tutoring and Executive Functioning. NSPT has been assisting families for over 16 years and has expanded to several locations.
All of our employees enjoy a FUN work environment where you can collaborate with top notch therapists specializing in 8 disciplines to ensure complete support for a child in need. We offer a multidisciplinary center with treatment locations in Chicago, Glenview, Evanston, Lincolnwood, Highland Park, Des Plaines, and Lake Bluff.
Utilizes social work expertise to address medical and clinical social work needs for a defined patient population. Performs psychosocial assessments and contributes to the interdisciplinary plan of care by developing and implementing a plan of care/treatment plan that provides extraordinary care for the patient while being sensitive to costs and resources. Works collaboratively with patients, patients' family, healthcare providers, insurers, community resources, and other involved parties.
• Qualified candidates must have a Master’s degree in Social Work or Psychology from an accredited school, and current state licensure as a LCSW or LCPC.
• Previous experience working with children, adolescents and families with diverse social and behavioral challenges.
• Ability to demonstrate excellent professional communication and customer service skills
• Ability to appropriately document social work interventions according to office policy
• Insight and ability to appropriately access and utilize manager or supervisor input
• Leadership skills to manage families, as well as program planning
• A self- motivated, self- starter, self-assured, selfless attitude
• A high sense of urgency and multitasking skills
• Availability to work afterschool hours and evenings and/ or Saturday mornings is required.
We look forward to receiving your application!
All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.
To view more about being an NSPT team member, visit our web page: http://nspt4kids.com/join-our-team/careers-at-nspt/careers-listings/