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  CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant), Student Nurse, LPN/LVN (Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse)

Primary Care Nursing, Urgent Care Nursing, Geriatric Nursing, Hospice Nursing, Psychiatric Nursing, Critical Care Nursing, Nursing Home Care


Heart To Heart Medical Staffing is looking for LPN and STNA/CNA to join our family. We have all shifts open, 8 and 12 hour shifts available. apply today you can start today. All we ask you work at...

  • Full time,  Part time,  Per Diem

$$15-$40 / hour

  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

  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)

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 quality inp...

  • Full time

$$42.57 / hour

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:

  CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant), LPN/LVN (Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse), RN (Registered Nurse)

Public Health Nursing, Psychiatric Nursing, Critical Care Nursing, Nursing Home Care


Fort Tryon Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing are seeking CNA, RN, and LPN for hire. We are welcoming newly grads. CNA: We are currently looking for potential individuals who can apply their sk...

  • Full time,  Part time,  Per Diem

$18-36 / hour

  LPN/LVN (Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse)

Public Health Nursing, Psychiatric Nursing


Do you have a passion for working with under served population? Do you thrive working in high stress situations? Are you ready to focus on patient care and not JCAHO scores? The Travis County Sher...

  • Full time

$$19.05 - $26.18 per hour / hour

Safety Verifications:

  RN (Registered Nurse)

Psychiatric Nursing


FACILITY:   THE BEHAVIORAL CENTER OF MICHIGAN   JOB TITLE:   NURSE MANAGER   POSITION SUMMARY: Responsible for direction of patient care in the behavioral hea...

  • Full time

$$30.00 / hour

Safety Verifications:

  LPN/LVN (Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse)

Psychiatric Nursing


Major highlights of the position requirements are noted below. Additional responsibilities may be assigned as required. Provides routine nursing care to all children/youth as assigned Adminis...

  • Full time

  RN (Registered Nurse)

Psychiatric Nursing


Safe Residential Care LLC is a new and growing agency that provides residential services for adults diagnosed with developmental disabilities and/or autism. Our program homes are all located in Cu...

  • Full time

$75000 / year

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LPN AND STNA Get Hired NOW start NOW ,
16-10-2021

Heart To Heart Medical Staffing is looking for LPN and STNA/CNA to join our family. We have all shifts open, 8 and 12 hour shifts available. apply today you can start today. All we ask you work at least 1 shift a week. Starting pay for LPN's is $38-$40/hr and STNA/CNA is $15-$18/hr. We will hire new Nurses and aids fresh out of school or waiting to take boards. Our ideal candidate is a self-starter, ambitious, dependable and engaged

Responsibilities

  • Ensure patients receive their proper medication/ Care in a timely manner
  • Communicate with medical professionals about patients health or issues that may arise
  • Help and supervise Aides
  • Chart on Patients care at end of shift.

 

Qualifications

  • Experience working as a Nurse/ Aide or similar field, No experience? Learning in the field we want you.
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to remain empathetic to patient needs
  • High attention to detail
  • You must have an active LPN or STNA/CNA license in Ohio to apply ( we will hire newly out of school waiting to take boards with proof of completion).

To receive a quick response please call or text Mrs. Z at 765-580-8098 ( if she don't answer text her she will answer right away) We are looking forward to hearing from you.

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

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

Nurse Manager ,
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.

https://dphhs.mt.gov/amdd/MSH

https://www.linkedin.com/company/montanastatehospital/?viewAsMember=true

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.
 

Job Overview: Montana State Hospital provides acute care psychiatric inpatient treatment for adults with serious mental illness.  This position is responsible for planning, coordinating, implementing, and evaluating nursing care at Montana State Hospital in accordance with standards and regulations for providing inpatient psychiatric care.  Responsibilities of this position include monitoring and evaluating nursing services including providing immediate assistance and consultation in problem solving and decision-making during crisis and high-risk situations; coordinating and reviewing the investigation of unusual incidents, patient grievances, complaints and allegations of abuse; and supervising assigned staff and patient services.  This position provides direct supervision for professional registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, psychiatric technicians, and unit secretaries. 

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:

  • 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
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Wellness Programs

 

Essential Duties or Responsibilities:       

  1. Nursing Care Management                                                                                                                               55%
  • Establishes, monitors, and evaluates nursing services for
  • patient treatment.  Provides immediate assistance and decision making during crisis and high risk situations.
  • Ensures the provision and documentation, within statutory or hospital defined time limits, of individualized nursing assessments, care planning, implementation of patient care and treatment, evaluation of treatment, and revision of care plans to ensure quality services are provided.
  • Monitors the admission, assessment, and treatment planning process to ensure Nursing Services maintain compliance with Center for Medicaid/Medicare Services (CMS) regulations and Montana state Hospital policies and procedures.
  • Coordinates and reviews the authorization, monitoring, and documentation of the restriction of patient rights and the use of seclusion/restraint in the least restrictive environment.
  • Provides information and assistance to patient families and visitors and hospital visitors as needed.
  • Responds and follows up on significant events, patient grievances, complaints and allegations of abuse as appropriate by reviewing records and conducting investigative interviews to ensure the provision of patient rights in collaboration with facility management.
  • Collaborates with hospital providers and managers to review, discuss and coordinate patient care to ensure attainment of desired treatment outcomes.  
  • Collaborates with other managers concerning continuance of patient care and supervisory issues during outside hours.
  • Ensures all medications and pharmaceuticals are maintained, administered, and documented in accordance with state and federal regulations, and is responsible for follow up of medication errors.
  • Supports MSH performance and outcome efforts on the treatment program by completing tasks, including, but not limited to, collecting, reporting, analyzing data, and participating as appropriate in any research studies or inquiries underway at the hospital.
  • Provides on-site management of maintenance issues in their area of responsibility and coordinates resolution of emergency issues.

 

  1. Direct Supervision of Nursing Staff                                                                                                                 35%
  • Provides direct supervision to nursing staff assigned to areas of responsibility including, but not limited to, directly monitor, evaluate, and assign tasks to staff.   Provides guidance and support to staff and assigns nursing care and treatment to appropriate staff members ensuring appropriate staffing levels are maintained.
  • Regularly meets with staff to discuss items such as policies and procedures, goals and objectives, best practices, and changes being implemented.
  • Guides employees and performs employee performance evaluations.   Initiates appropriate disciplinary actions in consultation with nursing administration.
  • Responds to staff complaints and grievances at a supervisory level.
  • Ensures staff compliance with MSH and DPHHS policies and procedures, standards of nursing practice, and applicable hospital licensure and accreditation standards.
  • Ensures new employees are provided with an appropriate orientation and other employees participate in training and staff development programs as required.

 

  1. Treatment Unit and Peer Administrative Duties                                                                                        10%
  • Participates in the development of nursing policies and procedures for the facility. 
  • Participates in activities which promote professional development and meets standards of licensure and accreditation.
  • Assesses all employee incidents and medical emergencies and coordinates appropriate care, transportation, and documentation. 
  • Completes other duties as assigned.

 

Physical and Environmental Demands: Physical, mental, and emotional stamina is essential.  This position is involved in the treatment of persons who are unpredictable and often display aggressive, acting out behavior, which requires crisis intervention.  This position assists with crisis intervention.  This position is also involved in the evaluation and treatment of person with histories of serious criminal acts.  Training in hospital approved intervention techniques and Mental Health Professional Person Facility Certification are required.  Risk of injury in this hospital setting is considerable due to the seriousness of mental disorders and unpredictable behavior of patients. 

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Required for the first day of work

  • Knowledge of nursing, medication management, and treatment planning.
  • Knowledge of rehabilitation and treatment techniques used for psychiatric illnesses.
  • Knowledge of professional standards of practice for healthcare professionals in different disciplines and for operation of a healthcare facility. 
  • Knowledge of personnel management and supervision.
  • Accurate and effective written and verbal communication skills.
  • Skill in the use of instruments and equipment necessary to provide nursing assessment and care.
  • Basic computer skills including the ability to utilize current word processing and spreadsheet software.
  • Ability to use critical thinking and sound judgment in emergent hospital setting situations.
  • Ability to maintain patient confidentiality and comply with protected health information.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.
  • Ability to analyze information and evaluate results to choose the best solutions to solve problems.

 

Supervision: The number of employees supervised is variable.

 
Minimum qualifications:
  • Associate Degree in Nursing.
  • Currently licensed as a Registered Nurse in the State of Montana.
  • Two years of experience providing supervision in a health care setting preferred.
  • Other related education and experience may be considered on a case-by-case basis.

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 Nurse Manager Application
 


 

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.

https://www.linkedin.com/company/montanastatehospital/?viewAsMember=true

https://www.linkedin.com/company/montanastatehospital/?viewAsMember=true

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



 

Fort Tryon Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing ,
21-04-2021
Fort Tryon Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing are seeking CNA, RN, and LPN for hire. We are welcoming newly grads.

CNA: We are currently looking for potential individuals who can apply their skills into assisting the care of residents in the fulfilment of Activities of Daily Living and simple, non-complex healthcare procedures to ensure functional wellbeing of resident's limitation.

RN/LPN:Consistent with professional standards of nursing practice. Able to provide skilled nursing services to resident as assigned, such as administering medications, rendering treatments, and documenting.
LVN ,
16-04-2021

Do you have a passion for working with under served population? Do you thrive working in high stress situations? Are you ready to focus on patient care and not JCAHO scores? The Travis County Sheriff's Office offers an opportunity for you to work in an environment that offers safety and exposure to a wide range of patient problems, diagnoses, and treatment management. We offer a Retirement Plan, Paid Time Off, Personal Holidays, Sick Time, free Employee Health Clinic, Tuition Reimbursement and much more. This position is located at the Travis County Sheriff's Correctional Complex in Del Valle, Texas. Under clinical and administrative supervision, evaluates total health care needs of patients and develops plans to meet those needs. Provides or arranges for medical treatment for patients. May provide clinical supervision to Certified Nursing Assistants.

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS:
This is the second in a series of five nursing-related job classifications within the Medical job family. This classification practices under the supervision of a Physician, Registered Nurse, or other similarly licensed supervisory health care practitioner and performs direct patient care functions within the scope of the vocational nurse licensure. Incumbents perform nursing duties of moderate complexity that require a moderate degree of initiative and independent judgment. This classification is distinguished from the Registered Nurse I and Registered Nurse II in that incumbents have not graduated from an accredited Registered Nursing program or do not coordinate the medical treatment of patients. This classification may require work in secure facilities. This classification may require a flexible work schedule in order to meet the needs of the department.
Duties and Responsibilities

  • Responds to patients' medical needs. Provides and/or arranges for treatment according to protocol and/or direction from authorized medical staff.
  • Consults with clinical and administrative staff about patient health care issues.
  • Responds to and assesses certain categories of emergent patient illnesses and injuries.
  • Provides direct health care to patients, including wound care, medication administration, monitoring of vital signs, and laboratory procedures.
  • Assists other medical staff, as required.
  • Practices safety, environmental and/or infection control methods.
  • Documents patient's condition and maintains patient medical files and records in computer. Performs other administrative duties.
  • Inventories medications on a daily basis.
  • Assists in dental, STD and other clinic settings.
  • May answer medical questions from staff, patient's relatives and others as appropriate.
  • May process patients into the facility by screening and evaluating their medical and mental histories.
  • May assist patients with activities of daily living, including bathing and feeding.
  • Performs other job-related duties as assigned.

Minimum Requirements
Education and Experience:
Graduation from an accredited Licensed Vocational Nursing program AND one (1) year of Licensed Vocational Nursing experience.

Licenses, Registrations, Certifications, or Special Requirements:
Current license to practice as a Licensed Vocational Nurse in the State of Texas.
Current Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Certification.

**Please attach your resume to the on-line application**

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Knowledge of:

  • Standard nursing and other healthcare practices.
  • Policies, practices, procedures and terminology related to nursing and healthcare.
  • Federal, State, Local and County nursing and other healthcare laws and requirements.
  • Treatment of a variety of diseases and injuries.
  • Proper dosages and expected results of medication.
  • Proper infection control techniques, mental health procedures and protocols.
  • Principles and procedures of medical documentation and record keeping.
  • Computer equipment to include word processing, spreadsheets, databases, presentations and a variety of software packages.
  • Knowledge of and adherence to HIPAA and other federal and state laws requiring the confidential handling of certain health information.

Skill in:

  • Administering daily patient care, including use of stethoscope, blood pressure cuff, thermometer and other medical instruments.
  • Administering Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and First Aid.
  • Performing medical tests and recording results accurately.
  • Assisting mental health patients.
  • Problem-solving and decision-making.
  • Both verbal and written communication.

Ability to:

  • Work efficiently both independently and as part of a medical team.
  • Recognize and identify health symptoms.
  • Exercise sound judgment and react quickly in emergency situations.
  • Manage time well and perform multiple tasks.
  • Understand and precisely follow both verbal and written instructions and communicate in a concise and effective manner.
  • Work in a secure environment.
  • Track use of medications and inventory procedures.
  • Chronicle medical histories and enter data into computer.
  • Work effectively and courteously under high pressure circumstances.
  • Deal effectively with mentally disturbed, hostile and aggressive individuals.
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with patients, medical and other County employees and officials, and the general public.

Work Environment & Other Information
Physical requirements include the ability to lift/carry up to 35-100 pounds occasionally, visual acuity, speech and hearing, hand and eye coordination and manual dexterity necessary to operate a computer and office equipment. Subject to standing, walking, sitting, repetitive motion, reaching, climbing stairs, bending, stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, pushing, pulling, balancing, client/customer contact, squatting to perform the essential functions. Subject to contact with communicable diseases, radiation, hazardous waste, human fecal matter and foul odors.

Travis County employees play an important role in business continuity. As such, employees can be assigned to business continuity efforts outside of normal job functions.

This job description is intended to be generic in nature. It is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities. The essential duties, functions and responsibilities and overtime eligibility may vary based on the specific tasks assigned to the position.

Work Hours: Works various shifts
***$3.00/HR SHIFT DIFFERENTIAL FOR B&C SHIFT ASSIGNMENTS. SHIFT ASSIGNMENT WILL DEPEND ON AVAILABILITY AT TIME OF HIRE.***
Works some holidays, nights and weekends
Shift assignment will depend on availability at time of hire.

Department: Sheriff

Locations: 3614 Bill Price Road, Del Valle

Drug and Alcohol Test Required
Criminal, Credit, Driving, Education and Employment Background Check Required.

Nurse Manager ,
13-04-2021
FACILITY:  THE BEHAVIORAL CENTER OF MICHIGAN
 
JOB TITLE:  NURSE MANAGER
 
POSITION SUMMARY:
Responsible for direction of patient care in the behavioral healthcare setting.  Consults with staff, physicians and DON on nursing problems and interpretation of facility policies to ensure patient needs are met.  Provides nursing care through physical and mental assessments, laboratory testing, treatment plans and therapeutic treatments.  Knowledgeable of a wide range of disorders; cognitive, emotional, developmental, social and behavioral.  Performs crisis intervention.  Maintains performance improvement activities within the department and participates in QAPI activities.  Responsible for overseeing the scheduling function for Nursing Department.  Assists the DON in formulating the budget.
 
REPORTS TO: Chief Nursing Officer or Director of Nursing
 
QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Current status as a registered nurse in the State of Michigan.
  • Graduate from an accredited school of nursing, or a graduate of an accredited university with a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing (preferred).
  • Three to five years of staff management experience in a psychiatric setting.
 
REQUIREMENTS FOR POSITION:
  • Speaking: Able to articulate goals and objectives of the Center and to effectively present information to management, committees, staff, patients, families, and licensing and regulating agencies.
  • Hearing: Hearing acuity sufficient to perform job functions.
  • Vision: Normal visual acuity.
  • Writing: Excellent written communication skills needed to prepare reports, write policies and procedures, document in patient records, prepare agenda and minutes for department meetings and carry out Performance Improvement planning and monitoring.
  • Other: Problem solving, organizational, leadership, writing, crisis resolution, patient education, and basic computer skills.
 
PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
  • Physical:                 Lifting 40 lbs.                                       
  • Pushing up to :        150 lbs.
  • Manual Dexterity:    Average
  • Average % of time during regular shift devoted to:
                    Standing:      21-40            Walking:       21-40
                    Sitting:           0-20            Squatting:     0-10
 
AGE (s) OF PATIENTS SERVED AND AGE-SPECIFIC TECHNOLOGY:
  • Adult Population:     Age 18 and up
  • Sufficient knowledge of Growth and Development in order to facilitate patients through the Development Tasks of Young Adulthood (i.e. Intimacy vs. Isolation), Middle Adulthood (i.e. Generativity vs. Stagnation) and Late Adulthood (i.e. Integrity vs. Despair).
 
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:      
The duties set forth below describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the Nurse Manager.  They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of the Nurse Manager since those duties include all tasks requested by the Director of Nursing or Medical Director to meet the needs of the Center. 
 
  • Assumes responsibility in cooperation with the DON for the administration of the nursing services.
  • Serves as a role model for quality clinical care.
  • Participates in the development, interpretation and implementation of the Center’s philosophy, objectives, standards, policies and procedures.
  • Participates in the budgeting process, maintaining a cost effective, quality clinical program within the Center.
  • Maintains clinical staffing patterns for the Center that address continuity of care and acuity.
  • Responsible for reviewing monthly nursing staff schedule and signing off on it.
  • Coordinates the Performance Improvement Program for clinical services within the Center.
  • Strives to strengthen the role of the nurse in the Center milieu.
  • Supports an environment conducive to professional growth.
  • Investigates unusual incidents and complaints from patients, personnel and other departments and reports to the CNO/irector of Nursing.
  • Makes rounds at the Center daily as needed.
  • Responsible for maintaining a therapeutic milieu and assuring that unit staff maintain patient rights, the nursing process, safety, and patient participation in their own care.
  • Possesses current BLS/CPR certification; proficient in Non-Violent Crisis Intervention.
  • Participates in staff development programs and orientation of new employees and communicates staff education needs to CNO/Director of Nursing; insures nursing staff maintain staff development program expectation.
  • Participates in intra-departmental activities directed at improving communication, coordination and quality of patient care.
  • Takes call after hours for unit issues on a rotating schedule according to the monthly calendar.
  • Manages the clinical orientation of new staff nurses as follows:
    • Appoints the Charge Nurse or a specific designee to act as primary clinical preceptor.
    • Responsible for preparing all pertinent staff on the unit for new staff nurse training expectations and support required to assist and incorporate new staff nurses.
    • Assures completion of department orientation and competency assessments for new orientees.  Evaluates orientee at completion of department orientation and sends documentation to Human Resources for inclusion in employee file.
 
  • Assumes responsibility for the successful integration of professional staff.
  • Plans and provides for department in-service presentations on a regular basis.
  •           Assures completion of Performance Evaluations for staff in writing on a yearly basis.
  • Coaching and teaching staff on an ongoing basis, for nursing skills development, providing feedback and disciplinary action when needed.
  • Delegates duties as necessary to nursing management.
  • Conducts regular nursing and other milieu meetings.
  • Performs other duties in a willing manner or as requested by the CNO/DON, including assisting the Charge Nurse, Staff Nurses, LPNs, MHTs and other non-professional staff, as required.
 
 
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Nurse-LPN/RN ,
7-04-2021

Major highlights of the position requirements are noted below. Additional responsibilities may be assigned as required.

  • Provides routine nursing care to all children/youth as assigned
  • Administers prescription medication to children/youth in accordance with Agency policy and procedures
  • Provides first aid to children and staff in the event of an injury
  • Provides and/or coordinates emergency medical care in accordance with Agency policy and procedures
  • Completes all medical documentation in accordance with Agency policy and procedures. Insures that medical personnel document medical services provided in accordance with Agency policies and procedures.
  • Insures medical supplies are kept up to date as assigned.
  • Provides medical education to children/youth and families as assigned.
  • Serves as member of the treatment team and develops and implements individual medical service plan as assigned.
  • Monitors the need for medical services and coordinates the provision of needed medical services as assigned.
  • Completes health assessments as assigned
  • Insures that all medical records meet federal, state, local regulations and practice standards as well as Carson Valley Children’s Aid policy and procedures.
  • Performs other duties as assigned by direct supervisor.
  • Facilitates professional, respectful and positive working relationships with team members, residents, families and community resources.
  • Participates in the agency’s continuous quality improvement process.
  • Provides training to team members as requested.
  • Maintains continuing education credits as required to comply with professional licensing regulations and agency training requirements.
  • Participates regularly in the supervisory process.
  • Responsible for timely, periodic submission of all required clearances and physicals.
EEO
Registered Nurse, Behavioral Health ,
23-02-2021

Safe Residential Care LLC is a new and growing agency that provides residential services for adults diagnosed with developmental disabilities and/or autism. Our program homes are all located in Cumberland County.

We are looking for a Nurse Practitioner (RN) to join our team. The candidate will provide supervision of residential staff to ensure that clients receive appropriate treatment and services and that such is documented in accordance with agency policy and regulatory standards.

The candidate will work closely with program staff, providing consultation on medical and medication administration issues, including quality assurance, policy review and development, adherence to CRMA rules, and collaboration with other providers as needed. There will be some travel to residences in the Greater Portland area.

Job functions include client treatment coordination, development of drug control procedures, environmental health, and oversight of residential program medication-related services and medical records.

The Nurse Practitioner (RN) will provide staff training for CRMA certification, for diabetes and seizure procedure, and other medical/ health related training as needed.

Other duties may be assigned in accordance with overall program goals.

REQUIREMENTS

· Candidates must be licensed as a Registered Professional Nurse (RN) by the Maine State board of Nursing.

· Nursing experience in a behavioral health or mental health setting is preferred.

· Certified as a CRMA instructor

· Excellent communication skills.

· Working knowledge of health care laws and regulations.

· Knowledge of Therap documentation systems preferred.

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