Oregon State Hospital (OSH) is seeking psychiatric social workers (PSW) for both our Salem and Junction City campuses! If you are a PSW interested in providing expertise in ongoing bio-psychosocial assessments to assist in patient intervention and recovery? Please apply for these positions if you want to promote individual’s progress towards recovery and wellness!
What you will do!
You will conduct initial and ongoing strength-based assessments!
You will prepare for and participate in court hearings and testify as needed!
You will coordinate treatment for clients around TCP goals and transition needs!
You will prepare written reports to Risk Review, PSRB, APD and other partner agencies!
What’s in it for you?
We offer a workplace that balances productivity with enjoyment; promote an atmosphere of mutual respect, dedication, and enthusiasm. You will collaborate in an open office with a team of bright individuals to work with and learn from. We offer full medical, vision and dental with paid sick leave, vacation, personal leave and ten paid holidays per year plus pension and retirement plans. If you’re driven by the passion to do something meaningful that changes lives, the Oregon Health Authority is the place for you.
Locations available in Oregon’s state capital, Salem, and historic Junction City right outside of beautiful Eugene.
WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR:
· Have a Master’s Degree in Social Work (MSW)
· Hold a current Oregon Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) license, OR Hold a current Certified Social Work Associate (CSWA) license, OR supply verification of application submission to the Oregon Board of Social Worker (OBSW) by date of appointment.
· Experience in creating and maintaining a work environment that is respectful and accepting of diversity among team members and the people we serve.
· Clinical knowledge, skills and abilities in working with persons with mental illness and substance abuse disorders who may be involved in both the mental health and legal systems
· Ability to utilize theoretical frameworks and appropriate evidence-based practices in working with persons with mental illness.
· Knowledge and utilization of the principles and methods of psychiatric recovery.
· Knowledge of discharge planning services and supports.
· Ability to work in a collaborative team setting.
· Ability to work in a fast-paced, high-stress environment requiring flexibility and adaptability.
· Ability to communicate with a variety of audiences including but not limited to clients, family members, interdisciplinary treatment team members, supervisory staff, attorneys and community stakeholders.
· Valid Driver’s license and acceptable driving record preferred.
OHA values health equity, service excellence, integrity, leadership, partnership, innovation and transparency. OHA’s health equity definition is “Oregon will have established a health system that creates health equity when all people can reach their full potential and well-being and are not disadvantaged by their race, ethnicity, language, disability, age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, social class, intersections among these communities or identities, or other socially determined circumstances. Achieving health equity requires the ongoing collaboration of all regions and sectors of the state, including tribal governments to address: the equitable distribution or redistributing of resources and power; and recognizing, reconciling, and rectifying historical and contemporary injustices.” OHA’s 10-year goal is to eliminate health inequities. Click here, to learn more about OHA’s mission, vision and core values.
The Oregon Health Authority is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer committed to work force diversity and anti-racism.