Become a part of our team of competent and compassionate professionals as a Overnight Registered Nurse at the Carlson Recovery Center at Behavioral Health Network! Registered Nurses strive to provide care with kindness and sensitivity that preserves and protects the autonomy, dignity, and rights of the individuals they serve. Using knowledge of biophysical, psychosocial, and spiritual dimensions during the assessment process, they diagnose an individual’s condition and develop a personal care plan for intervention. Registered Nurses collaborate with the individuals and their families, educating them and recognizing the unique needs of the dually diagnosed and other special populations to obtain positive therapeutic outcomes. Finally, they evaluate the individuals’ responses to the care plan and track their progress towards ideal outcomes.
Our employees are the most important asset in improving the lives of the individuals we serve! BHN staff not only enjoy outstanding benefits and professional growth opportunities, but also an environment noted for community involvement, diversity, the opportunity to gain highly marketable skills, and to take on challenges. BHN is committed to growing our own employees and promoting from within.
Registered Nurses at Behavioral Health Network have the following qualities:
- Overnight availability (required).
- Demonstrates an innovative use of resources, appropriate problem-solving and communication skills.
- Demonstrates leadership skills and abilities.
- Proficiency in applying the nursing process to individuals and families.
- Ability to collaborate with other care givers.
- Ability to delegate to peers and other care givers consistent with their level of expertise.
- Ability to understand, empathize and work with an addicted population, including those with co-occurring disorders.
- Ability to advocate for clients.
- Knowledge of quality assurance standards and CARF standards.
- Working knowledge of ethics and legal parameters of working with substance abuse clients.
- Two years of sobriety as required by the funding source BSAS.
- Bachelor’s or Associate’s Degree (preferred), or Diploma/ Degree in Nursing.
- Current Nursing License by the Massachusetts Board of Registration (required).
- Minimum of one year nursing experience (preferred).