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Travel Social Work - Master of Social Work

  • Reno, NV
    • 5x8 hrs
    • Days


Malone Behavioral Health is seeking a Social Work Master of Social Work for a travel job in Reno, Nevada.

Job description & requirements

  • Specialty: Master of Social Work
  • Discipline: Social Work
  • Start Date: 02/06/2023
  • Duration: 13 weeks
  • 40 hours per week
  • Shift: 8 hours, days
  • Employment Type: Travel
Licensed Social Worker (Travel Contract) - Ability to obtain and maintain State of Nevada Social Work licensure. Perform initial assessments on referred patients (primarily psychosocial barriers) to discharge within 24 hours of referral. Make psychosocial assessment and implement treatment plans, aggressively addressing psychosocial needs to avoid discharge delays for clinically stable patient. LSW/MSW required; LCSW preferred.
Melody Tyree
Melody Tyree from Malone Behavioral Health
Malone Behavioral Health Job ID #1013. Pay package is based on 8 hour shifts and 40 hours per week (subject to confirmation) with tax-free stipend amount to be determined.

About Reno, NV

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Located near the border of California, 45-minutes north of Lake Tahoe, Reno features a more laid-back, affordable alternative to Las Vegas. It's home to many casino resorts, nightclubs, breweries and high-quality restaurants, with menus often featuring dishes with locally sourced ingredients. Interesting museums abound, like the National Automobile Museum and its display of one of the world's most extensive collections of antique automobiles. It includes a Cadillac once owned by Elvis, the 1912 Rambler that appeared in the blockbuster movie Titanic and multiple horseless carriages. Beyond the city attractions, the great outdoors offers vast desert landscapes, mountain views and many trails for biking and hiking, including the Hunter Creek Trail with fabulous views of downtown Reno. Day trips to Tahoe offer myriad attractions, including world-class skiing, just down the road.

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