Social Worker Job

Job Number: EPB6554

Job Title: Social Worker Per Diem, Child and Adolescent Services

Department: Pediatric Partial Program - 1202138

Facility: Bradley Hospital

Location: East Providence, RI

BASIC KNOWLEDGE: MSW from an accredited school of Social Work. Demonstrated knowledge and skills necessary to provide care to patients throughout the life span with consideration of aging processes, human development stages and cultural patterns in each step of the care process.

EXPERIENCE: Clinical internship experience. R.I. Clinical Social Work license Bradley Hospital Safety Care Certification: Employees in this position work in a psychiatric setting under stressful conditions associated with care of psychiatrically impaired, aggressive, and sometimes, self-injurious individuals. Employees are expected to utilize de-escalation techniques taught by Bradley Hospital to minimize need for physical intervention. They must have the ability to remain calm during a crisis situation as evidenced by the ability to make quick rational decisions and prioritize immediate patient care needs to maintain a therapeutic environment and ensure safety. Employees in this position must also be able to participate in the physical management of patients which can include, but is not limited to, awareness and demonstration of safe body positioning at all times, awareness and coordination to block and deflect possible aggression, and the ability to physically hold struggling patients, using approved methods only, to maintain safety for extended periods of time. Specifically, such employees must be able to: lift up to fifty pounds; reach with their hands and arms; grasp and hold with their hands; bend/squat/kneel without limitation, and physically escort patients who may become combative for short distances. Position requires occasional running for short distances, and frequent standing, walking, and sitting.


Provides clinical and collateral services to children and families under the supervision of the program clinical director. Participates in activities of their clinical service/program and meets responsibilities of the Department of Social Work