In this position, the social worker will interact with and connect families with other service providers and state agencies (e.g., Office for Persons with Developmental Disabilities). Manage a central hot line for families seeking services for their children. This will entail crisis management, family support, and coordination of services via a triage process to ensure patients have access to the necessary service providers. They will provide on-going coordination of care and therapeutic service delivery (e.g., parent education) for existing patients served at the Family Behavior Analysis Program. In addition, will work with an interdisciplinary team (e.g., psychologists, pediatricians, nurses, etc.) to facilitate appropriate service delivery within the Department of Pediatrics. *M.S.W., L.M.S.W., L.C.S.W. or eligible, 3 years relevant post-master's experience (preferably in a hospital and/or healthcare environment) required. New M.S.W. graduates who are L.M.S.W. eligible will be considered for appointment to entry level (SL2) position at a commensurate salary after obtaining a Limited Permit. Should employment continue beyond 6 months, incumbent must become L.M.S.W. no later than by the completion of their first year of employment if L.M.S.W. eligible.