Join Health Care and Rehabilitation Services, Recently Named as One of the Best Places to Work in Vermont, as the New Director of Nursing!
- Reporting directly to the Medical Director, the Director of Nursing will oversee 6 direct reports.
- Responsible for personnel, management and coordination of nursing service activities for a defined area in accordance with established philosophy, objectives and policies of the facility to ensure safe, efficient and therapeutic patient care.
- Must have knowledge of current federal and state laws and regulations that apply to the practice of nursing in a behavioral health care setting.
- Candidates must bring previous behavioral health experience as well as infection control experience.
- Ideal candidates will bring extensive knowledge of the etiology of serious mental illness, intellectual disabilities, and substance abuse disorders in addition to their treatment by a variety of appropriate therapeutic interventions including psychopharmacology.
- Current Active VT RN licensure required; CPR certification required.
- BSN or ADN with equivalent managerial experience required.
- Health Care and Rehabilitation Services of Southeastern Vermont (HCRS) began serving the community in the fall of 1967.
- The Windham and Windsor Regional Planning and Development Committee had been charged with the task of taking a census of Windham-Windsor county citizens suffering from developmental disabilities. With the task completed, members of the committee realized that the identified citizens had many other needs as well – health issues, medical disabilities, rehabilitation needs – and the group incorporated with the sole purpose of addressing these needs.
- Since the early 1990’s, HCRS has been a major community mental health agency, providing comprehensive services to Vermonters across Windsor and Windham counties.
- Serving over 4500 individuals each year through its five major service programs, our highly trained staff and dedicated Board of Directors continually strive to improve the organization’s outstanding services and ensure they meet the needs of local community members.
- HCRS is accredited by The Joint Commission.
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