USC's Center for Work and Family Life (CWFL) is the university's Employee Assistance Program. As such, it is a one-stop destination for our faculty, staff, and their dependents, providing confidential counseling, coaching, consultations, programs, and referrals across a wide range of personal and workplace concerns.
The CWFL has an opportunity for a part-time (1 day/week, with anticipation of an increase to 2 days/week) Social Worker. The Social Worker will provide a full range of clinical services to include assessment of individual and/or departmental needs, short term treatment, referral, crisis intervention and psycho-educational training. Contributes to design of program content and policies addressing family, personal and work related issues. Develops and conducts training sessions for faculty and staff to increase awareness and skills in dealing with chemical dependence, stress and other issues affecting employee morale and performance. Evaluates programs on an ongoing basis, including bilingual and bi-cultural activities. Provides supervision to graduate students.
Additional accountabilities include:
Conduct individual, couple, and family assessment and diagnostic sessions.
Reviews and evaluates client progress and establishes follow-up contact.
Consults with department administrators regarding problems presented by staff and/or faculty related to psychosocial factors.
Manages the delivery of services to targeted program participants or beneficiaries.
Please note that this a non-exempt, part-time position, with a schedule consisting of 1 to 2 days per week.. This position is not eligible for benefits.
Minimum Education: Master's degreeMinimum Experience: 2 years, Combined education/experience as substitute for minimum experienceMinimum Field of Expertise: Social work. Must be licensed or license eligible.
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