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  RN (Registered Nurse)

Public Health Nursing


Pay and hours for Registered Nurse: The contract is for 13 weeks Day shift, M - F schedule, 8 hours a day, 40 hours a week - (07AM - 3:30PM or 9AM – 5:30PM) Rate: $2,539.00/weekly You’...

  • Part time

$2539.00 / week

  LPN/LVN (Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse), RN (Registered Nurse)

Medical-Surgical Nursing, Pediatric Nursing, Maternal Health Nursing, Public Health Nursing, Home Health Nursing/Visiting Nurses, Intensive Care Unit Nursing (ICU, MICU, CCU, ext), Primary Care Nursing, Urgent Care Nursing, Geriatric Nursing, Hospice Nursing


Embark Behavioral Health is a prestigious mental health care company serving adolescents suffering from depression, anxiety, and suicidal ideation. We have opened a short-term residential program i...

  • Full time,  Part time

$$105,000 / year

  RN (Registered Nurse)

Public Health Nursing


The Orange County Health Department has an opening for a full-time and part-time Public Health Nurse Supervisor.    An employee of this class is primarily responsible for the co-managem...

  • Full time

$$61,127-$90,403 / year

  RN (Registered Nurse)

Public Health Nursing


Job Summary Under the supervision of the Program Director, and together with the full-summer medical staff person and Camper Care Coordinator(s), this person assists in ensuring the overall healt...

  • Full time

$1000.00 / week

Safety Verifications:

  Student Nurse, LPN/LVN (Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse), RN (Registered Nurse)

Public Health Nursing


Job Summary Under the supervision of the Program Director, and together with the short-term medical staff person and Camper Care Coordinator(s), this person is responsible for the overall health ...

  • Full time

$1000.00 / week

Safety Verifications:

  LPN/LVN (Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse), RN (Registered Nurse)

Medical-Surgical Nursing, Public Health Nursing, Home Health Nursing/Visiting Nurses, Intensive Care Unit Nursing (ICU, MICU, CCU, ext), Primary Care Nursing, Urgent Care Nursing, Geriatric Nursing, Hospice Nursing, Critical Care Nursing, Nursing Home Care


Inspired Living is looking for compassionate individuals who want to support our residents & who complement our hardworking and dedicated teams! Summary/Objective The dut...

  • Full time,  Part time

  RN (Registered Nurse), NP (Nurse Practitioner)

Pediatric Nursing, Maternal Health Nursing, Public Health Nursing, Home Health Nursing/Visiting Nurses, Intensive Care Unit Nursing (ICU, MICU, CCU, ext), Primary Care Nursing, Urgent Care Nursing, Geriatric Nursing, Hospice Nursing, Psychiatric Nursing


Hello Beautiful! We are looking for the perfect candidate who understands the fundamentals of aesthetic injections and has that perfect touch to come join our MedSpa! Preferably with 1 or mo...

  • Full time

  RN (Registered Nurse), NP (Nurse Practitioner)

Pediatric Nursing, Public Health Nursing, Home Health Nursing/Visiting Nurses, Primary Care Nursing, Urgent Care Nursing, Critical Care Nursing


These seasonal positions support the work of the Y, a leading charity committed to strengthening community. Health lodge staff oversee camper health forms and the health and wellness of over 300 c...

  • Part time,  Per Diem

$1500 / week

  LPN/LVN (Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse), RN (Registered Nurse)

Public Health Nursing, Home Health Nursing/Visiting Nurses, Primary Care Nursing, Urgent Care Nursing, Geriatric Nursing, Psychiatric Nursing


JOB SUMMARY: In accordance with agency Mission, Vision, Values, and Goals, this position serves as nursing support staff within the residential programs which serve individuals who are in nee...

  • Full time

Safety Verifications:

  RN (Registered Nurse)

Public Health Nursing, Geriatric Nursing, Psychiatric Nursing


If you are innovative and thrive on Challenging employment opportunities, consider joining the dedicated treatment team at Montana State Hospital to share in our commitment to provide qual...

  • Full time

$$37.65 to $38.70 / hour

Safety Verifications:

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Travel Registered Nurse (Travel RN) Operating Room | Days, $2,539.00 weekly | Ephrata, PA 17522 ,
11-05-2022
Pay and hours for Registered Nurse:

The contract is for 13 weeks
Day shift, M - F schedule, 8 hours a day, 40 hours a week - (07AM - 3:30PM or 9AM – 5:30PM)
Rate: $2,539.00/weekly
You’ll be working in Nicotine-free facility - all forms of nicotine
Obtained flu vaccine from September 7 - April 30
 
Requirements for Travel RN – Operating Room:

Minimum of 2 years operating room RN in multi specialties
Active license is a MUST
COVID19 vaccinated is a MUST.
RN skills checklist, BLS and ACLS

Pulse Clinical Alliance is seeking an experienced candidate for this travel assignment opportunity. Join Pulses’ growing team of healthcare professionals.

Pulse Benefits:

Medical
Dental
Vision
Extension opportunities
Onboarding Bonuses
 
Healthcare is an ever-changing landscape and the professionals at Pulse Clinical are ready to navigate those changes to benefit our employees and contractors seeking meaningful employment in the healthcare industry!
Adolescent Behavioral Health Nurse ,
18-04-2022
Embark Behavioral Health is a prestigious mental health care company serving adolescents suffering from depression, anxiety, and suicidal ideation. We have opened a short-term residential program in San Martin, CA and Embark is in great need of skilled nurses to aid our teens suffering from these diagnosis.  Our residential center is on a located on a beautiful vineyard with an extremely welcoming staff and children in great need of your help. You can only move up in this company! We are offering a $5000 sign on bonus! 
Please help us make a difference. 

Essential Duties And Responsibilities
  • Respond to reports of pain or sickness as they arise and assess the student.
  • Determine when a student is to be placed on sick bed due to illness or pain.
  • Accompany students to clinic or hospital should the situation arise; communicate findings to the students' parents and to the Clinical Director.
  • Check the vital signs and weight of students as assigned.
  • Accurately disperse student medications and make record in the Medication Administration Record.
  • Count and track narcotics every shift.
  • Monitor students in regard to mood, behavior and affect, and then chart the findings. (Particularly when a student is starting a new medication.)
  • Communicate any pertinent medical information to the Treatment Team and the Psychiatrist either verbally or in written form.
  • Assist night watch staff with care of students.
  • Other duties as assigned.
Required Knowledge, Skills, And Abilities
  • Knowledge of standard medical terminology and technique.
  • Knowledge of legal charting procedure and requirements.
  • Knowledge of medications and procedure for medication administration.
  • Knowledge of company policies and practices.
  • Skill in using nursing tools and equipment (e.g., needles, thermometers, diagnostic tests, stethoscope, blood pressure cuffs, etc.)
  • Skill in assessing the physical condition of the students.
  • Skill in communicating medical situations accurately to students, parents, and co-workers.
  • Ability to use word processing software and to navigate networks.
  • Experience or knowledge of health insurance submission processes.
  • Ability to check vital signs.
Education And Experience

The position requires a nursing license (LPN or LVN), a driver license, and current CPR certification. Nursing experience is required.
Public Health Nurse Supervisor I ,
11-04-2022
The Orange County Health Department has an opening for a full-time and part-time Public Health Nurse Supervisor.   An employee of this class is primarily responsible for the co-management of the medical clinics in the Personal Health Division of the Health Department.  The employee is responsible for the supervision of professional and paraprofessional clinic staff while maintaining standards. Supervises assigned staff; instructs, assigns and reviews work and performance, maintains standards, acts on employee issues, and participates with considerable influence in the hiring, firing, promotion, discipline, terminations and salary increases of employees. Assists with developing and implementing policies, procedures and protocols for medical clinic programs. Assists with clinical program audits. Assists with planning orientation and training for clinic staff.
Camp Medical Staff (Short-Term) ,
26-01-2022
Job Summary
Under the supervision of the Program Director, and together with the full-summer medical staff person and Camper Care Coordinator(s), this person assists in ensuring the overall health and safety of all campers and staff (up to 150 people any one time). They are responsible for performing health screenings upon camper and staff arrival, administering camper medications, and maintaining accurate health logs and records. They perform first aid as necessary and appropriate, respond to any medical emergencies on site, and ensure general health and safety throughout camp.

This is a short-term position working one or more camp sessions (typically 7 or 14 days), and is a full-time, live-on-site position during the term of employment. Pay rate dependent on licensure and experience, typically $1000 per week, with room and board provided.

Principal Responsibilities & Essential Functions

Orientation Duties/Duties Prior to Camp Session
• Attend individual staff orientation before beginning their first camp session
• Familiarize self with camp policies, protocols, and paperwork/documentation
• Familiarize self with camper health information in preparation for the session, and complete any final updates as needed to prepared medication administration schedules, intake forms, or health information communicated to other camp staff
• Communicate with other staff as needed to discuss upcoming campers and any relevant specific health needs and/or plans

During Active Camp Session
• Complete health screenings and update health information upon camper arrival and ensure camper has necessary supplies for addressing health and medical needs while at camp
• Follow medication administration plan and collaborate with other staff to ensure timeliness of medications and other health needs
• Communicate with parents/caregivers and/or out-of-camp health providers as needed to support campers’ health, and maintain upkeep of relevant documentation
• In collaboration with the full-summer professional, maintain organization, cleanliness and accessibility of the Health Center
• Participate as an active member of the camp community and support campers and staff on an ongoing basis as it relates to their health needs, including, but not limited to conducting health checks, providing basic care for injuries/illnesses and/or recommending out-of-camp care, administering medications, and proper storage of medications
• Collaborate with other staff to foster a culture of inclusion, wellness, and compassion
• Help ensure necessary ongoing paperwork, documentation, and organization related to the health center are completed regularly (such as maintaining health records) and areas are maintained in safe manner with required supplies available (including documentation and maintenance related to first-aid kits)
• Assist the full-summer medical staff person in reviewing camper medical paperwork for future camp sessions and preparing for upcoming sessions
• Act in cases of urgency or emergency in alignment with camp policies and procedures as well as scope of practice/licensure
• Work as part of overall staff team, including assisting with and participating in staff meetings, supporting camp-wide activities and events, communicating with supervisor(s) and peers about the wellness and development of staff/counselors/campers, being available and “on-call” via the use of a radio, and supporting other team members and projects as needed.
• Follows all One Heartland staff and facility policies and procedures as well as all health and industry regulations such as state of Minnesota and ACA (American Camp Association) standards
• Act in a professional and friendly manner to ensure positive relations with participants, families, community, volunteers, visitors, and staff

After Camp Session
• Ensure medications and other relevant health supplies are returned to the appropriate person upon camper departure
• Ensure documentation and records are completed and filed per One Heartland policies

Frequently cited statistics show that women and members of structurally marginalized and/or underrepresented groups apply to jobs only if they meet 100% of the qualifications. One Heartland encourages you to break that statistic and apply. No one ever meets 100% of the qualifications. We look forward to your application.
Camp Medical Staff (Full Summer) ,
26-01-2022
Job Summary
Under the supervision of the Program Director, and together with the short-term medical staff person and Camper Care Coordinator(s), this person is responsible for the overall health and safety of campers and staff (up to 150 people any one time). They are responsible for performing or assisting with health screenings upon camper and staff arrival, administering camper medications, and maintaining accurate health logs and records. They perform first aid as necessary and appropriate, respond to any medical emergencies on site, and ensure general health and safety throughout camp.

This is a full-time, live-on-site, summer seasonal position with room and board provided. Pay rate dependent on licensure and experience, up to $1000 per week.

Principal Responsibilities & Essential Functions

Orientation Duties:
• Attend and facilitate training sessions during staff orientation geared towards the development of safe, fun, inclusive, and equitable camper outcomes and experiences • Organize health center including the physical environment, supplies, & heath forms • Familiarize self with health forms, policies, records, procedures, etc.

Duties Prior to Each Camp Session
• Work with the Registration & Travel Coordinator and/or the Administrative Assistant to print & organize medical paperwork for campers, ensuring all paperwork has been submitted & fully completed
• Work with the other medical staff person to review camper medical paperwork and use the information to:
  1. Communicate with parent/caregivers, campers, and/or out-of-camp health providers in advance of camper arrival if there are any questions or concerns about the information provided or their health-related needs while at camp
  2. Prepare intake & screening form for each camper (considering allergies, medication, & history)
  3. Prepare medication administration schedule and related documentation, in manner that helps maintain flow of daily camp schedule and meets camper health needs
  4. Prepare information sheets for counselors/cabin staff regarding their upcoming camper group and communicate with them in advance as needed to ensure they are prepared for their role in supporting camper health
  5. Communicate camper health/medical information as needed to other staff to keep campers safe and healthy (e.g. dietary needs to kitchen staff)
During Active Camp Session
• Complete health screenings and update health information upon camper arrival and ensure camper has necessary supplies for addressing health and medical needs while at camp
• Participate as an active member of the camp community and support campers and staff on an ongoing basis as it relates to their health needs, including, but not limited to conducting health checks, providing basic care for injuries/illnesses and/or recommending out-of-camp care, medication administration, and proper storage of medications
• Collaborate with other staff to foster a culture of inclusion, wellness, and compassion
• Help ensure necessary ongoing paperwork, documentation, and organization related to the health are completed regularly (such as maintaining health records) and are maintained in safe manner with required supplies available (including documentation and maintenance related to first-aid kits)
• Act in cases of urgency or emergency in alignment with camp policies and procedures as well as scope of practice/licensure
• Work as part of overall staff team, including assisting with and participating in staff meetings, supporting camp-wide activities and events, communicating with supervisor(s) and peers about the wellness and development of staff/counselors/campers, being available and “on-call” via the use of a radio, and supporting other team members and projects as needed.
• Ensure the following of all One Heartland staff and facility policies and procedures as well as all health and industry regulations such as state of Minnesota and ACA (American Camp Association) standards
• Act in a professional and friendly manner to ensure positive relations with participants, families, community, volunteers, visitors, and staff

After Each Camp Session
• Ensure medications and other relevant health supplies are returned to the appropriate person upon camper departure
• Ensure documentation and records are completed and filed per One Heartland policies

End of Summer Duties
• Inventory all health center supplies and medications and note needs for the following year
• Complete and file documentation and records per One Heartland policies
• Help clean, organize, and close Health Center after final camp session is complete 

Frequently cited statistics show that women and members of structurally marginalized and/or underrepresented groups apply to jobs only if they meet 100% of the qualifications. One Heartland encourages you to break that statistic and apply. No one ever meets 100% of the qualifications. We look forward to your application.
LPN: LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE ,
12-10-2021

Inspired Living is looking for compassionate individuals who want to support our residents & who complement our hardworking and dedicated teams!

Summary/Objective

The duties and responsibilities of the LPN include managing the day to day healthcare operations of the Community to ensure residents’ healthcare needs are met. The LPN will ensure all residents are treated with respect and dignity as well as managing the quality of their care as their healthcare needs change.

 

Essential Functions

1. Ensures consistent quality resident care and service delivery throughout all shifts; this may require assuming the responsibilities of a Resident Care Associate in order to meet the residents’ needs and staffing requirements

2. Provides training and education to Resident Care Associates on an ongoing basis to include classroom in-services and situation-specific training; promotes the company’s commitment to compassionate care aligned with our positive approach to care training

3. Assists in the maintenance of resident charts and review of documentation performed by care giving staff

4. As allowed by the Nurse Practice Act, assists in assessing the health, functional, and psycho social status of residents

5. Evaluates the effectiveness and maximizes the resident's opportunity to remain in their environment

6. Ensures and conducts Personal Service Plan reviews and updates, according to Validus Senior Living and state requirements, to ensure residents’ service needs are met

7. Assists in the achievement of occupancy goals by monitoring the health, safety and wellbeing of residents, proactively identifying those at risk for move out

8. Implements timely problem solving

9. Oversees and manages the continuity and consistency of medication training, pharmacy management and medication supervision and/or administration in the Community

10. Conducts periodic Care Associate medication skills inventory checks, and periodic medication audits per Validus Senior Living Guidelines

11. Implements and maintains Validus Senior Living operating standards, systems and processes. Monitors and participates in Quality Improvement and Risk Management programs at Safety Committee Meetings, Collaborative Care Meetings and Family Care Conferences

12. Assists in the scheduling and follow through of physician visits including, but not limited to, dental appointments, eye appointments, therapy, and hospice both in house and scheduled visits out of the Community. Ensures communication, as appropriate, on the results of these visits

13. Assists in keeping the environment safe for Associates to reduce the occurrence of Workers’ Compensation claims

14. Participates in Community events, including family and social functions

15. Shares on-call responsibilities/shifts as required

16. Other duties as assigned by management

 

Supervisory Skills

The LPN may supervise CNAs, medication technicians and resident care Associates with a focus on compassionate care, resident satisfaction, Associate satisfaction and operational excellence.

 

Qualifications

 

Work Environment

Works in a well-lighted area that is ventilated and as physically, physiologically and psychologically innocuous as possible under the conditions which exist at any particular time. On occasion, there may be exposure to outdoor spaces, which will, by their nature, have variances in air quality, temperature, walking surfaces, lighting, and other physical aspects. The noise level is moderate. The noise level is moderate to quiet. Because the essential functions may require exposure to bodily functions and infectious waste, diseases, odors and other situations associated with health care, including but not limited to exposure to AIDS, HIV and Hepatitis B viruses involving Risk Classification Categories 2 and 3**, environmental and safety conditions will fluctuate. To be qualified for the position of LPN, an applicant/employee will need to possess the ability to work in an environment conducive to caring for residents without posing a substantial safety or health threat to one’s self or others.

 

Physical Demands

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an Associate to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the associate is regularly required to talk and hear. This position is very active and requires standing, walking, bending, kneeling, stopping and crouching all day. The associate must frequently lift or move objects and patients over 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.

 

Certifications, Licenses, Education and Experience and other Special Requirements

The LPN will have an active first aid/CPR/AED Certification and will maintain CEU requirements throughout employment, as required for licensure. S(he) will preferably have a minimum of two years in the senior living or memory care environment. The LPN should possess exceptional communication skills, both written and verbal as well as strong planning and organizational skills. They should also exhibit exceptional teamwork skills, bedside manner, infection control, health promotion and maintenance as well as the ability to maintain a safe, effective environment. The LPN should exemplify leadership competencies focused on the development of staff, compliance and the fulfillment of our mission.

 

Aesthetic Nurses Wanted! ,
1-10-2021

Hello Beautiful!

We are looking for the perfect candidate who understands the fundamentals of aesthetic injections and has that perfect touch to come join our MedSpa!

Preferably with 1 or more years of experience in the Laser and/or aesthetics medical field but not necessary (Knowledge and experience with the Allergen, Galderma, and Merz brands with a focus on Botox, Dysport, Restylane, Juvederm and other related products is desirable!).

Must have a commitment to excellent patient care, detailed oriented, be a team player, have a professional attitude and a passion for aesthetic treatments.

The position includes consulting with patients and follow-ups, education on skin care, skin treatments and recommendation of products, as well as IPL Skin Rejuvenation and body contouring.

Wake Up Beautiful offers some of the best aesthetic training courses found in the world. If learning how to be a skilled aesthetic injector is in your career path, please check out our website https://wakeupbeautifulspa.com/academy-new/

If you have any questions about our training, please feel free to respond to this add.

Responsibilities

  • A positive attitude
  • Strong work ethics
  • Treat medical emergencies
  • Ensure effective patient care through the implementation of established clinical practice standards, standardization procedures, written and oral treatment protocols, and training.
  • Patient charting; offer clear and consistent documentation of all data related to patient care
  • Act in accordance with Wake Up Beautiful's policies, standardized procedures, and standards.

Skills

  • An active RN license in good standing for the State of California
  • Customer service skills and interpersonal skills
  • An efficient work ethic and meticulous attention to detail
  • A value for providing standardized patient care
  • You consistently interact in a manner that is friendly, supportive, respectful and cooperative with co-workers and physicians
  • Performing pre- and post- care
  • Familiarity with professional and technical emerging knowledge

We are looking for someone with experience and skill in Administering Botox, Injections, Skin Resurfacing, Dermal Fillers, Laser Procedures, and other COSMETIC procedures.

We would love to find someone who will fit in well with our brand. Wake Up Beautiful is a wonderful place to work. We work like a family because there is no "I" in team. Further your career today and join us here at Wake Up Beautiful Spa.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Pay: $40.00 - $60.00 per hour

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Contract

Pay: $40.00 - $60.00 per hour

Summer Camp Nurse (RN) ,
25-07-2021
These seasonal positions support the work of the Y, a leading charity committed to strengthening community. Health lodge staff oversee camper health forms and the health and wellness of over 300 campers and staff. Create positive, nurturing relationships with children, while building cooperative relationships with other staff as well as parents/caregivers of campers. Oversee health and safety of up to 300 campers and  100 staff, manage routine care, respond to emergencies, dispense medications, provide first aid, and communicate injuries/illness to parents. Room and board provided. 
Substance Use Disorder Nurse ,
16-06-2021

JOB SUMMARY:

In accordance with agency Mission, Vision, Values, and Goals, this position serves as nursing support staff within the residential programs which serve individuals who are in need of substance use treatment. Responsibilities include admission assessments, education regarding general health, monitoring and/or administration of medication and physical/medical assessment and testing, under the direction of a Physician, medicated assisted treatment and telehealth services. Responsibilities also include maintaining infection control records.

PRIMARY FUNCTIONS:

Conducts health assessments/screening for clients in assigned programs as outlined by program regulations. Integrates nursing care into the treatment plan, addressing information obtained during the health assessment. Coordinates with intake to ensure these are completed within 48 business hours of admission.

Provides case management including monitoring and making phone calls for clients in order to schedule medical care appointments and reviewing the EMR to anticipate upcoming laboratory and procedure needs.

Manages medications as delegated by insurance requirements and provider requests, including preparing and administering injections, preparing sample medications and prescription assistance medication, and obtaining prior authorizations. Verifies and monitors medication orders and ensures the medication logs are accurately maintained.

Conducts medication counts of any controlled substances allowed into the program and conducts audits for discrepancies between medication log and actual medication counts.

Disposes of medications left by clients after discharge, ensuring that the disposal is appropriately handled by most current recommendations/guidelines.

Provides patient education and support regarding health issues and concerns as needed and facilitates health related groups. Provides education around prescribed medications as needed.

Prepares client for physician visits, obtaining vital signs, weight, height, and BMI, metabolic screenings and other interventions delegated.

Practices the medication first model, works with the physician whether in person or via telehealth and is educated on all MAT medications.

Performs TB skin tests on all residential clients as well as HIV, STD and TB risk assessment on all other clients as appropriate.

Ensures appropriate documentation, according to agency standards, for all interactions and/or treatment activities provided.

Follows all agency policies and procedures including emergency and corporate compliance policies/procedures 100% of the time.

SECONDARY FUNCTIONS

Acts as primary contact for agency infection control: tracking monthly temperature logs, documenting clients and employees diagnosed with infectious disease, maintains agency first aid kits.

Monitors and records urinalysis for drug screens as needed

Assists with:

Inventory of supplies

Maintaining client files

Chart audits

Infection Control

Quality Assurance

Registered Nurse ,
9-06-2021








If you are innovative and thrive on Challenging employment opportunities, consider joining the dedicated treatment team at Montana State Hospital to share in our commitment to provide quality inpatient psychiatric services for our citizens.

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Montana State Hospital (MSH) is a 209-bed state psychiatric hospital located in Warm Springs, Montana. MSH is the only state hospital in Montana. The Hospital averages 600 admissions per year. Procedures for hospital admission are specified in state law. Montana State Hospital is in the Deer Lodge Valley between Butte and Missoula. This location is ideal for individuals or families seeking to locate in a smaller community with good schools. Easy access to local airports and the interstate freeway system make travel convenient. Nearby outdoor recreation opportunities abound and include hiking, downhill and cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, fishing, hunting, golf, rafting, kayaking, and wildlife watching.

**Registered Nurses earn additional differential pay of $2.00 per hour for evening shifts and $1.50 per hour for weekend shifts. **

Job Overview: Montana State Hospital provides acute care psychiatric inpatient treatment for adults with serious mental illness.  This position performs nursing assessment, planning, interventions, and evaluation for adult clients in the facility.  Responsibilities include assigning work and providing direction and training to subordinate nursing personnel.

Experience, training, knowledge, skills, abilities, and other qualifications must be entered into the online application.  Additional materials submitted, but not requested, will not be considered.

Work for the state you Love to Live in.  Your paycheck is just part of a total compensation package.  Eligible employees have access to competitive, innovative benefits packages at an affordable cost.  All beginning on your first day of employment.  Highlights of our innovative benefit package include:

  • Shift Differential
  • Access to No Cost health centers
  • Low-cost Medical, Dental and Vision insurance
  • Retirement plan with employer contribution
  • 15 Vacation days each year
  • 12 Sick days each year
  • 10 Paid Holidays each year
  • Student Loan Repayment
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Wellness Programs
  • Longevity Pay Increases

 

Essential Duties or Responsibilities:       

  1. Patient Care                                                                                                                                           55%
  • Admits patients to the hospital in accordance with state statutes and hospital policies.
  • Completes and records initial and subsequent nursing assessment of each patient’s physical and mental status according to hospital format and policy using interview, observation skills, and physical assessment techniques and communicates findings verbally and/or via written documentation.
  • Provides, structures, and maintains a therapeutic environment in collaboration with the patient and other members of the healthcare team.
  • Intervenes during psychiatric emergencies/patient crisis using nonverbal, verbal, physical, and mechanical techniques in accordance with hospital policy.
  • Authorizes restriction of patient rights in accordance with hospital policy when such restrictions are necessary to achieve treatment goals.
  • Assists physician with diagnostic procedures, treatment regimes, and patient examinations according to standards of practice.
  • Responds to medical emergencies using skills of rapid assessment; directs and provides emergency interventions in order to stabilize patient’s condition.
  • Participates with providers in developing a patient plan of care and acts to implement as directed.
  • Receives and transcribes verbal and written provider’s orders according to established policy standards to ensure accurate treatment of patients.
  • Administers medications and medical treatments as prescribed.
  • Evaluates and communicates verbally and via written documentation patient's response to interventions in relation to established measurable goals and objectives in order to revise baseline data, nursing diagnosis, and treatment interventions.
  • Updates plan of care based on nursing assessment which identifies specific measurable goals, objectives and interventions in accordance with hospital policies and state law to ensure individualized treatment.
  • Collaborates with the multi-disciplinary hospital treatment team and community mental health team in assessing, planning, implementing, and evaluating programs/activities to ensure appropriate individualized treatment services. 
  • Coordinates and provides individual and group counseling based on standards of nursing practice.
  1. Charge Nurse Duties                                                                                                                               35%
  • Assigns and directs the nursing care provided for each patient on a daily basis through the use of written schedules, work assignments, and oral communication to ensure compliance with individual treatment plans.
  • Authorizes, monitors, and accurately documents the use of restraints and seclusion based on sound clinical judgment in accordance with hospital policy to ensure the provision of patient safety, dignity, and least restrictive environment.
  • Provides direction to staff related to performance, guidance, and implementation of hospital policy.
  • Provides direction to nursing care nursing staff to include Licensed Practical Nurses, Resident Care Aides, and Special Duty Aides.
  • Teaches basic medical and psychiatric nursing skills and interventions, as well as hospital policies and procedures to treatment program personnel utilizing formal and informal teaching techniques to promote knowledge and skill development.
  1. Professional Development                                                                                                                       10%
  • Contributes to the development standards related to patient care and nursing procedure through participation on hospital committees and assigned task groups.
  • Participates in professional development activities and continuing educational programs to ensure currency in nursing practices and trends.
  • Adheres to the nurse practice act of Montana and all laws and rules governing the practice of registered nurses in order to maintain high standards of care and current licensure.

 

Physical and Environmental Demands: Professional Clinical, Medical, and Nursing Services positions primarily work on treatment units and in a clinic setting.   These positions are involved in the treatment of persons who pose unpredictable and physically aggressive behavior requiring staff intervention and possible risk of injury to staff.  Employees in these positions may be expected to assist with patient crisis interventions.  These positions are also involved in the evaluation and treatment of persons with histories of serious criminal acts.  Training in hospital approved intervention techniques and Mental Health Professional Person Certification are required. 

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Required for the first day of work

  • Knowledge of nursing, medications, and treatment planning.
  • Knowledge of patient’s rights regarding medical treatment.
  • Knowledge of current psychopharmacology.
  • Skill in the use of the basic instruments and equipment of the nursing profession.
  • Ability to plan and implement appropriate nursing care interventions.
  • Ability to perform accurate and thorough work.
  • Ability to provide patient assessment and appropriate documentation.
  • Ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing.
  • Ability to analyze, assemble, and organize information.
  • Ability to proficiently utilize technology related to patient care information systems

Minimum qualifications:
  • Must be a graduate of an accredited college or university degree in nursing.
  • Must be currently licensed as a Registered Nurse in the State of Montana.

Candidates will be evaluated to determine if they meet the minimum qualifications listed above and on the extent to which the application materials show the candidate possess the knowledge, skills, and abilities associated with this position.  The selection process may consist of review of application materials (application, resume, cover letter...), physical assessment, job skill test, interview(s), background check and reference checks.  Candidates whose application and supporting documentation (cover letter, resume) do not clearly indicate all minimum qualifications are met will not be considered.

To be considered for any DPHHS Agency position, applicants must complete and submit their application online, as well as upload any required application materials. Successful applicant(s) are required to successfully pass all DPHHS specific background check(s) relevant to each position.
 
Please apply at:  Montana State Hospital Registered Nurse Application



 

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