Eliot Community Human Services PACT Nurse Case Manager in Peabody, Massachusetts
Eliot is seeking a Licensed registered nurse in Massachusetts to work in the community with adults with severe and persistent mental illnesses. The ideal candidate would possess knowledge of psychiatric medications, psychiatric and medical treatment. This person would be comfortable with outreach, case management and providing support in individuals homes.
Eliot’s Adult Mental Health Division provides an integrated and comprehensive network of services to adults with psychiatric disabilities that promote consumer rights, responsibilities, rehabilitation, and recovery. We provide rehabilitative services that enable people to increase functioning in the living, working, and social environments of their choice.
Act as a primary case manager to 3-6 consumers
Provide nursing interventions to individuals
Assist in the management of medications and the overall functioning of the nursing department Formulate and regularly update Comprehensive Assessments and IAP's for clients on your caseload
Actively take part in supervision, staff meetings, in-services and trainings
Transport consumers to work sites, meetings, daily activities, appointments, and activities as needed.
Monday-Friday 8am to 4pm with rotating 12pm-8pm shift , one weekend per month, rotating holiday shifts
*Eliot mandates COVID-19 vaccinations for employees, please discuss the requirements with the hiring manager during the interview process.
Med Administration: Intermediate
Experience with population: Intermediate
Computer Software Skills: Intermediate
Communication Skills: Intermediate
Administrative Tasks: Intermediate
- Associates or better in Nursing
Licenses & Certifications
MA DRIVER'S LICENSE
1 year: Experience with population
1 year: Knowledge of medication administration
1 year: Knowledge of psychiatric medications, psychiatric and medical treatment.
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
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