At Boston Children's Hospital, success is measured in patients treated, parents comforted and teams taught. It's in discoveries made, processes perfected, and technology advanced. In major medical breakthroughs and small acts of kindness. And in colleagues who have your back and patients who have your heart. As a teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School, our reach is global and our impact is profound. Join our acclaimed Ophthalmology department and discover how your talents can change lives. Yours included.
The Ophthalmology Clinical Social Worker will be responsible for:
Providing a range of clinical social work services to Ophthalmology patients seen outpatient in our Ophthalmology clinics.
Psychosocial screening and assessments, counseling, crisis intervention, facilitation of use of hospital and community services, resource information and referral, program development and psychosocial consultation to multidisciplinary team.
To qualify, you must have:
A Master's degree in Social Work, and LCSW or LICSW licensure in the state of Massachusetts.
Flexibility and the ability to work in fast-paced, dynamic environment.
Excellent communication skills.
Experience in medical environment, preferred.
Boston Children's Hospital offers competitive compensation and unmatched benefits, including an affordable health, vision and dental insurance, generous levels of time off, 403(b) Retirement Savings plan, Pension, Tuition Reimbursement, cell phone plan discounts and discounted rates on T-passes (50% off). Discover your best.
Boston Children's Hospital is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status or disability.
Boston Children's Hospital is a 395-bed comprehensive center for pediatric health care. As one of the largest pediatric medical centers in the United States, Children's offers a complete range of health care services for children from birth through 21 years of age.