• Allied
  • Medical Social Worker
Newark, NJ
  • 147 beds
  • Day, 5x8 hr
  • 6 weeks
  • ASAP
Taxable Income Hourly Weekly
Regular Pay Rate (min $13.00/hr) $13.00 $520
Overtime Pay Rate (min $19.50/hr) $19.50 $0
Total Taxable $13 $520
STIPENDS Weekly
Housing Stipend (max $1029/week) $772
M&IE Stipend (max $483/week) $362
Total Stipend (based on residence) $1,135
Total Compensation $1,655
Local Information
Housing
Job Benefits
  • Travel Allowance $500
Job Bonuses
Available Benefits
  • Holiday Pay
  • Joint Commission Certified
  • Nationwide
  • 24/7 Customer Support
Job Information
  • Assignment Length: 6 weeks
  • Total # of hours: 240
  • Minimum experience required: 1 year

Required Credentials

BLS

Job Description

Wanderly is looking for a travel Medical Social Worker Allied for a great travel allied job in Newark, NJ.

This Medical Social Worker travel allied job pays for 40 hours a week for 6 weeks. With Wanderly you can compare travel assignment salary from leading travel assignment agencies in the United States.

With Wanderly you can chat anonymously and apply to any agency with Wanderly’s Universal Application, below are the details of this Travel Allied Job including the travel assignment salary:

  • Specialty: Medical Social Worker Allied
  • Medical Social Worker (MSW) Allied – Newark, NJ
  • Travel Assignment Salary – $1655/Week
  • Start Date – December 12, 2022
  • Travel Allied Job Assignment Length – 6 weeks
  • Travel Assignment 40 hours per week
  • Shift – 8 hours, Day
FT – 8 hour shift (8:30 am - 4:30 pm) Monday – Friday - Master’s Degree in Social Work from a professional school accredited by the Council on Social Work Education. - Current state license, L.S.W. (Licensed Social Work) or L.C.S.W. (Licensed Clinical Social Work). - Minimum of one to two years hospital discharge planning experience. - Experience in working with a diverse population with a wide range of problems (i.e., death and dying, maternal and child care, substance abuse, mental health, disability, chronic illness, etc.). To provide case management & milieu management, complete psychosocial assessments, assist in the development and re-evaluation of Treatment Plans and work as a member of an interdisciplinary team. In collaboration with Case Manager develop and implement discharge plans, coordinate referrals and authorizations. Complete necessary documentation and maintain medical record for each client during his/her length of stay. A. KNOWLEDGE AND ACCOUNTABILITY Comprehends and adheres to industry standards and regulatory requirements: including, but not limited to, TJC, HFAP, CMS, accreditation standards, regulatory requirements, HIPAA, medical staff regulations, and hospital policies. Knowledge of social work principles and practice in assessment, advocacy, crisis intervention, suicide risk, and resources brokerage. Adheres to the NASW Code of Ethics, or appropriate boards specific to level of education and licensure. Provides information opportunities to meet the educational/discharge needs of patients/family/significant others as appropriate to continuing aftercare follow up care needs. Communicates effectively with next level of care provider, to support the continuum of care post discharge and provided required documentation and/or follow up inquiries, within required time frames. Provides learning opportunities to meet the educational needs of patients/family/significant others to help them cope with health problems and/or associated treatments. Initiates appropriate actions when there is a sudden adverse development or significant change in stability. Demonstrates the ability to assume leadership role in emergency/crisis situations. Demonstrates knowledge of patient rights, bio-ethical standards and their legal implications, serves as patient advocate. B. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Responsible for direct data collection and assessment of the patient’s condition and stability based on patient’s status including psychosocial assessments. Identifies biophysical, psychosocial environment, self-care, educational, spiritual and discharge needs of the patient as evidenced in the patient’s medical record. Responsible for the initial assessment and ongoing reassessment of the patient’s condition, stability and determination of psychosocial needs. Collaborates with other professional disciplines to plan, implement, evaluate and revise the Plan of Care for each patient, as evidenced in the patients’ medical record. The Plan of Care is discussed with and developed as a result of coordination with the patient/family/significant others when appropriate. Responsible for management of patient throughout stay, including discharge planning and effectively coordinates with others involved in the patient’s treatment and aftercare plan. Assesses and reports domestic violence, elder, dependent adult and child abuse in accordance with regulatory standards and hospital policy and procedures. Bases decisions on facts, clinical reasoning and sound judgment; seeks assistance when necessary. Responsible for the evaluation of the patient’s response to/ effectiveness of the implementation of the Plan of Care. Documents all significant contacts and services provided in the medical record. Coordinates safe discharge plans and referrals for continuation of care. Provides Alcohol and Drug Screening and brief intervention as appropriate, makes a referral to community resources if appropriate and patient is agreeable. Documents need for treatment and patient response in the medical record. Notifies Manager/Charge Nurse/Director/House Supervisor, immediately of significant problems or unusual incidents and when appropriate, takes actions to intervene. Provides crisis intervention and supportive assistance to patients/families as appropriate. Conducts support meetings for patients/families as indicated.

PK-PH-1126

Facility Information

Established by the Franciscan Sisters of the Poor in 1867, Saint Michael's Medical Center is a 358-bed regional tertiary-care, teaching, and research center in the heart of Newark's business and educational district and is accredited by The Joint Commission. Combining state-of-the-art technology, the latest diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, leading-edge research, and a network of highly qualified physicians, nurses, and allied health professionals, the hospital provides top-quality health care services delivered with compassionate care.

Agency Information

 This nationally renowned hospital has chosen FlexUp Staffing to find the most qualified talent to fill their open positions. With more than three decades of experience, FlexUp Staffing was created to help clinicians find work faster than traditional agencies.  We are committed to keeping our clinicians focused on care and are committed to making it as easy as possible to get to work.  We are partnered with many great health systems, VMS/MSP, and technology companies to ensure our clinicians have all the latest opportunities to provide care. Our nurses enjoy some of the industry's most competitive pay and benefits.

Compensation Weekly
Taxable Income $520
Stipends $1,135
Total $1,655
Job Information
  • Assignment Length: 6 weeks
  • Total # of hours: 240
  • Minimum experience required: 1 year

Required Credentials

BLS

Job Description

Wanderly is looking for a travel Medical Social Worker Allied for a great travel allied job in Newark, NJ.

This Medical Social Worker travel allied job pays for 40 hours a week for 6 weeks. With Wanderly you can compare travel assignment salary from leading travel assignment agencies in the United States.

With Wanderly you can chat anonymously and apply to any agency with Wanderly’s Universal Application, below are the details of this Travel Allied Job including the travel assignment salary:

  • Specialty: Medical Social Worker Allied
  • Medical Social Worker (MSW) Allied – Newark, NJ
  • Travel Assignment Salary – $1655/Week
  • Start Date – December 12, 2022
  • Travel Allied Job Assignment Length – 6 weeks
  • Travel Assignment 40 hours per week
  • Shift – 8 hours, Day
FT – 8 hour shift (8:30 am - 4:30 pm) Monday – Friday - Master’s Degree in Social Work from a professional school accredited by the Council on Social Work Education. - Current state license, L.S.W. (Licensed Social Work) or L.C.S.W. (Licensed Clinical Social Work). - Minimum of one to two years hospital discharge planning experience. - Experience in working with a diverse population with a wide range of problems (i.e., death and dying, maternal and child care, substance abuse, mental health, disability, chronic illness, etc.). To provide case management & milieu management, complete psychosocial assessments, assist in the development and re-evaluation of Treatment Plans and work as a member of an interdisciplinary team. In collaboration with Case Manager develop and implement discharge plans, coordinate referrals and authorizations. Complete necessary documentation and maintain medical record for each client during his/her length of stay. A. KNOWLEDGE AND ACCOUNTABILITY Comprehends and adheres to industry standards and regulatory requirements: including, but not limited to, TJC, HFAP, CMS, accreditation standards, regulatory requirements, HIPAA, medical staff regulations, and hospital policies. Knowledge of social work principles and practice in assessment, advocacy, crisis intervention, suicide risk, and resources brokerage. Adheres to the NASW Code of Ethics, or appropriate boards specific to level of education and licensure. Provides information opportunities to meet the educational/discharge needs of patients/family/significant others as appropriate to continuing aftercare follow up care needs. Communicates effectively with next level of care provider, to support the continuum of care post discharge and provided required documentation and/or follow up inquiries, within required time frames. Provides learning opportunities to meet the educational needs of patients/family/significant others to help them cope with health problems and/or associated treatments. Initiates appropriate actions when there is a sudden adverse development or significant change in stability. Demonstrates the ability to assume leadership role in emergency/crisis situations. Demonstrates knowledge of patient rights, bio-ethical standards and their legal implications, serves as patient advocate. B. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Responsible for direct data collection and assessment of the patient’s condition and stability based on patient’s status including psychosocial assessments. Identifies biophysical, psychosocial environment, self-care, educational, spiritual and discharge needs of the patient as evidenced in the patient’s medical record. Responsible for the initial assessment and ongoing reassessment of the patient’s condition, stability and determination of psychosocial needs. Collaborates with other professional disciplines to plan, implement, evaluate and revise the Plan of Care for each patient, as evidenced in the patients’ medical record. The Plan of Care is discussed with and developed as a result of coordination with the patient/family/significant others when appropriate. Responsible for management of patient throughout stay, including discharge planning and effectively coordinates with others involved in the patient’s treatment and aftercare plan. Assesses and reports domestic violence, elder, dependent adult and child abuse in accordance with regulatory standards and hospital policy and procedures. Bases decisions on facts, clinical reasoning and sound judgment; seeks assistance when necessary. Responsible for the evaluation of the patient’s response to/ effectiveness of the implementation of the Plan of Care. Documents all significant contacts and services provided in the medical record. Coordinates safe discharge plans and referrals for continuation of care. Provides Alcohol and Drug Screening and brief intervention as appropriate, makes a referral to community resources if appropriate and patient is agreeable. Documents need for treatment and patient response in the medical record. Notifies Manager/Charge Nurse/Director/House Supervisor, immediately of significant problems or unusual incidents and when appropriate, takes actions to intervene. Provides crisis intervention and supportive assistance to patients/families as appropriate. Conducts support meetings for patients/families as indicated.

PK-PH-1126


Available Benefits
  • Holiday Pay
  • Joint Commission Certified
  • Nationwide
  • 24/7 Customer Support
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