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ICFH

ICFH Job Listing

 

  • Therapist

  • Mental Health Targeted Case Manager

 

 

For complete job listing, descriptions, requirements and to apply, visit:

CAREERBUILDER and CAREERROOKIE and/or E-mail Résumé & Cover Letter To: Employment@icfhinc.org

NURSE II - CSU

TITLE:      NURSE II - CSU          

 

SALARY:   $25.83 - $32.64 PER HOUR

          PLUS FRINGE BENEFITS

 

HOURS:     40 HOURS PER WEEK (Shifts: 7:00am-03:30Pm; 03:00Pm-11:30Pm;

11:00PM-7:30AM) (SUNDAY-SATURDAY)

 

DESCRIPTION:

The Nurse II is responsible to provide nursing assessments, dispense medication, formulate treatment plans, and oversee the psychiatric management of the patient in coordination with the Attending Physician.  He or she functions under the guidance of their state licensure, within the CMHC in accordance standards of State and Federal regulations. Provide patient care according to established policies and procedures through use of the nursing process. Communicates and documents nursing action. Assess patient’s mental and physical status and accurately report and record observations. Establish priority in delivery of patient care. Recognize significant changes in patient’s condition; take appropriate nursing actins when indicated. Responds well to emergency/crisis situations. Prepare patients for special procedures and physician examination. Accurately obtains lab specimens for patients. Obtain patient’s diagnostic results as requested. Provide follow-up of abnormal diagnostic results as necessary. Keep charge nurse, nursing supervisor, and provider informed regarding changes in patient’s condition. Communicate pertinent information regarding patients at change of shift report. Other duties as assigned.

TO: VARIOUS POSITIONS

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

Diploma from an Accredited School of Nursing. Minimum of two (2) years of professional experience, preferably in a psychiatric setting. Current active Florida RN Nursing license. Maintain a current CPR certification from the American Heart Association (BLS for Healthcare Providers). Demonstrates expertise in performing psychiatric nursing assessments, and identifying medical and/or psychiatric problems.  Possess venipuncture skills.  Possess knowledge of nursing process and psychiatric mental health nursing. Physically able to participate in restraint procedures using TEAM techniques.

 

WHERE TO APPLY:      www.chisouthfl.org

 

AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

PREFRENCE IN APPOINTMENT WILL BE GIVEN TO ELIGIBLE VETERANS AND SPOUSES.

CHI - NURSE IV CLINICAL COORDINATOR (CSU)

                                                                                                                        

TITLE:             NURSE IV – CLINICAL COORDINATOR (CSU)

 

SALARY:          $68,145 - $86,107 PER YEAR

(plus fringe benefits)

           

HOURS:           40+ Hours per weeK

 

DESCRIPTION:

The Nurse IV-Clinical Coordinator provides 24 hours management of the clinical functions of the Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) and oversees and coordinates nursing care services throughout Behavioral Health Care Center (BHCC).  He or she is responsible for providing effective leadership to the clinical staff, has knowledge of the organization and function of the BHCC and coordinates all activities within the BHCC in accordance with standards of State and Federal regulations.  Demonstrates expertise in staff supervision, evaluation, development/training, and knowledge regarding State and Federal regulations.  Demonstrates proficiency in the field of Behavioral Health Care.  Experience in nurse education and Quality Assurance.   Maintains open communication with center staff, attending clinicians and physicians, patients and families.  Liaison with community agencies, vendors and payers of health services. Ensure safe transfer of CSU patients to designated facilities in collaboration with established team members. Prioritizes/plans care based on knowledge of growth and development of patients served.   Provides for the age specific safety needs of patients. Provides care appropriate to the ages of patients served. Evaluates the effectiveness of care and screening related to patient’s age. Acts as a clinical resource in assessing complex patient care needs/situations and in determining interventions as appropriate. Deliver and document patient care according to established policies and procedures through use of the nursing process. Functions are to BHCC CSU nursing and support staff in the development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of standards; reflects the philosophy of nursing and projects a professional nursing image within the organization and the community. Serves as a resource in area of specialization to the organization, department, community partners, and community at large. Addresses and resolves unit, departmental, BHCC CSU and Detox related problems. Coordinate, direct and evaluate Unit Activities delivery of patient care, and staff performance on assigned unit.  Maintain open communication with the Vice-President/Chief Nursing Officer, and Unit Staff. Assess the level of personnel needed to provide quality patient care.  Finalize monthly schedule and adjust staffing and assignments accordingly based on staff availability.  Make rounds to assess and evaluate the quality of patient care and to identify problems and needs. Incorporate knowledge of current clinical trends, concepts and technology in making sound decisions, judgments and resolving problems through interventions/strategies. Anticipates recognizes and manages emergency/unsafe situations; initiates appropriate intervention; evaluates outcomes. Formulates reviews and acts as a resource person to others in the development and evaluation of Protocol, policies, procedures/guidelines and standards of care. Maintain current knowledge of and enforces standards established by various regulatory agencies. Ensure census and bed utilization board is maintained daily. Conducts staff rounding as required. Completes eTIME (time & attendance system) timely and accurately. Ensures staff compliance in mandatory trainings, e.g., CPI, CPR, etc. Participate in defining and monitoring indicators for Performance Improvement Committee. Serves as a resource to the Division of Nursing/BHCC in determining educational goals and objectives. Implements unit and BHCC plans, achieves objectives; evaluates outcomes; make recommendation for revision and modification, independently and in collaboration with others. Serves as a resource to others in planning, implementing and evaluating education programs and processes in compliance with regulating agencies. Establishes and utilizes a multilevel resource network; acts as an educational resource to BHCC staff and community. Integrates current knowledge of professional issues, trends in health care, Crisis & Detox and/or technological advances in daily work assignments and responsibilities.   Provides accurate and timely documentation in patient charts within the same day of intervention. Reports to work on time and ready to work with minimal absenteeism.  Adheres to Confidentiality Policies and Procedures / HIPAA Regulations. Knowledge of Joint Commission Standards/ Florida Baker Act Laws/ Florida Administrative Code/ Florida Statue. Demonstrates Good Communication, Organizational & Documentation Skills. Attends In-service / Educational Training. Performs other duties as assigned.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

Graduate from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing or related field required, Master’s Degree preferred.  Minimum of five years experience in the Behavioral Health field.  Two years of inpatient psychiatric leadership experience is preferred.  Certification in Psychiatric Nursing care preferred.  Experience in chemical dependency and case management preferred. Licensed to practice as a Registered Nurse in the State of Florida.  Maintain current CPR certification from the American Heart Association.

 

 

WHERE TO APPLY:                 www.chisouthfl.org

 

AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

PREFERENCE IN APPOINTMENT WILL BE GIVEN TO ELIGIBLE VETERANS AND SPOUSES.

Nondiscrimination Statement

 

In accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, as well as other applicable local and state regulations, all SFBHN programs and services are available to all persons without regard to race, color, national origin, gender, disability, age, or sexual orientation. If you feel that you have been subjected to some form of discrimination by South Florida Behavioral Health Network or any of its employees, volunteers, or providers, then please contact: Jessica Rodriguez, Contract Management Supervisor, at (305) 858-3335.