Seattle Children’s Protection Program was established in 1990 with a commitment to improving the health and well-being of children by addressing the issues of child maltreatment, neglect and intimate interpersonal violence. Our SCAN (suspected child abuse and neglect) clinical team includes child abuse board-certified physicians and social workers with expertise in child abuse and neglect and in intimate partner violence. Our mission is to assure that children who are suspected of having been abused or neglected receive the best care and protection using a multidisciplinary, evidence-based clinical care model.
Clinical Manager for Seattle Children’s Protection Program (SCPP) Social Work provides leadership and management of SCPP social work services, including care coordination, psychosocial support, and other protection related patient/family support functions at SCH sites. The Clinical Manager assists leadership and management with responsibility for the systems, processes, and outcomes and programs designed to address protection-related clinical, psychosocial, and financial needs of patients and families. Clinical Manager, in partnership with the SCPP Medical Director, is responsible for quality assurance and standards for assessment and recommendations of possible child maltreatment and interpersonal violence at SCH. The scope of responsibility includes: goal setting, program planning, work flow processes, staff productivity, continuous process improvement, and regulatory compliance to ensure that SCPP is in alignment with SCH’s mission, goals and objectives. Additional responsibilities include providing clinical care to patients.
- Masters in Social Work (MSW) or related field
- 5 years of clinical experience and demonstrated leadership experience.
- Minimum of 1 to 2 years of supervisory experience.
- Ability and flexibility to work evening, night, weekend shifts, and holidays as well as provide on-call coverage