L&A Care Corporation On Call Social Worker (SW) in Reseda, California
Roze Room organizations have been recognized among the Best Places to Work in Los Angeles in 2014, 2015, 2016.:
We know hospice social workers are special. Their commitment to assist patients and families in the most vulnerable moments in life is remarkable. As the founder of Roze Room I am honored to celebrate our 20th year in the industry and to be surrounded by dedicated and caring professionals.
Roze Room Hospice was formed to honor the memory of my grandmother Roza, whose favorite flower was the rose. Integrating her name and the flower rose into our name reminds me of our daily purpose and mission. Therefore, all we do at Roze Room is geared towards the patient and family. Our goal is to provide the best care possible to our patients and treat each patient with love, compassion and dignity. Our nurses are an integral part of our organization and we look forward to you joining our family.
-Lena Beker, Founder
We are looking for a qualified on-call Social Worker who will be an integral part of our Interdisciplinary Hospice Team and will assist the team in understanding the significant social, emotional, and cultural factors related to each patient’s terminal illness. The On-Call Social Worker conducts psychosocial assessments and evaluations and provides emotional counseling to patients/families. The Social Worker works under the direction of a physician and supervision of the Director of Patient Care Services and serves as a resource to our patients, families and our community. Must be able to utilize computers and be comfortable with EMR.
Must possess a sympathetic attitude toward caring for hospice patients and families and must have excellent oral and written communication skills and positive interaction skills with other members of the hospice team. On-Call visits are frequently after hours and on weekends.
- Masters of Social Work Degree from a school accredited or approved by the Council on Social Work Education.
- L.C.S.W. preferred, but not required.
- Clinical experience relevant to the psychosocial needs of patients and families.
- Knowledge of psychosocial theories and use of psychosocial treatment techniques. Knowledge of beliefs and practices of cultures related to death and dying. Ability to work with dying patients and their families. Ability to make appropriate professional judgments.
- Valid driver’s license, and auto insurance, reliable/well maintained transportation.
- Spanish preferred, but not required.