Board of Cooperative Educational Services
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
(10 month, grant funded position)
Initial assignment in the Indian River School District RESPONSIBILITIES
•Maintain confidential records and activities connected with the program
•Assist with PBIS programming and participate in staff & faculty presentations
•Responsible for diagnosis & treatment of each client
•Support adolescent psychiatric treatment as available.
•Supervise Licensed Master Social Workers QUALIFICATIONS
: Candidate must hold a New York State Licensed Clinical Social Worker's license and hold or be eligible for New York State certification as a School Social Worker which requires fingerprinting, and, Child Abuse, DASA, and SAVE workshops.
•Strong communication skills in order to work with parents, school personnel, CSE's and community agencies
•Effective collaboration skills in order to work with a team of educators and community agency personnel serving students SALARY
: $60,000 salary. Commensurate with certification/experience and in-keeping with the negotiated agreement. STARTING DATE
: March 1, 2018 APPLY BY
: February 28, 2018
: Send cover letter, resume, transcripts, and employment application to:
20104 Route 3
Watertown, NY 13601
or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
or fax to 315-779-7009
About this company
The Jefferson-Lewis-Hamilton-Herkimer-Oneida Board of Cooperative Educational Services offers its 18 component school districts high quality services to students, teachers, administrators, parents and community.
These include Career/Technical Education, Programs for Exceptional Students, shared teacher services, staff development, curriculum development, instructional support services, educational communications, non-instructional support services, and assistance with state and federal educational programs.
In the area of Career/Technical Education, the Bohlen Technical Center in Watertown, N.Y. and the Howard G. Sackett Technical Center in Glenfield, N.Y. offer programs preparing students for careers in business, welding, mechanics, building trades, service-related employment, fashion design, nursing, electronics, forestry, computer assisted design/drafting, visual communications and many others.
To prepare students for careers in these fields, B.O.C.E.S. places students in a setting much like the one that awaits them in the world of work. Master craftsmen teach courses that are kept up to date with the help of advisory committees comprised of individuals from local businesses and industry.
On-the-job work experiences prepare students to move successfully from school to earning a living. Job placement assistance from B.O.C.E.S. and articulation agreements with colleges offer qualified students advanced standing.
The Programs for Exceptional Students team provides services to those with unique educational needs.
Special Education teachers and support staff work together to develop individualized programs. An emphasis is placed on helping students who are challenged reach their greatest degree of self-sufficiency.
Location/Region: WATERTOWN ,NY