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LVN/LPT

Walnut Creek
$23.00 - $35.00 per hour
On-Call

Job Summary

  • Administers general medical and psychiatric care to facility residents while assisting in the medication administra... Show full text

Job Summary

  • Administers general medical and psychiatric care to facility residents while assisting in the medication administration procedure and monitoring residents for potential medication side effects.
  • Applies practical nursing techniques and standard practices

Reports To: Administrator
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt

General Accountabilities

    • Assists in the coordinating, scheduling and oversight of medical treatment for all facility residents including the including providing support during the admission process and initiation of appropriate healthcare referrals
    • Collaborates with Program Director, Administrator and Psychiatrist to ensure that healthcare requirements for residents are met.
    • Assists in the implementation of activities and functions associated with ordering, monitoring and handling of medications including but not limited to Physician’s Orders and vital signs.
    • Administers medication and monitors patients for potential medication side effects.
    • Exercises judgement and skills in recognizing basic symptoms indicative of patient adverse reactions and consults with supervisor and/or alerts medical staff.
    • Follows Physician’s Orders while monitoring patients and reporting to Psychiatrist as needed.
    • Assisting in the interpretation and application of Physician’s Orders.
    • Administers or assists staff in administering triage.
    • Maintains and manages medical and psychiatric records in and organized and timely fashion so as to meet the standards of care, accreditation, resident care needs and licensing requirements.
    • Completes all documentation including but not limited to incident reports and progress notes.
    • Supports staff in addressing resident’s healthcare concerns.
    • Provides supervision of Mental Health Workers.
    • Participates in required in-service education
    • Other duties as assigned

Job Qualifications:

  • Required Licensure: A valid California Vocational Nursing and/or Psychiatric Technician license issued by the California Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians.

 

  • Minimum Experience: One (1) year of post-licensure experience in a mental health setting.
  • A clear criminal record review and fingerprint background check
  • A health screening, including a tuberculosis test, performed by or under the supervision of a physician showing that the LVN/LPT is physically, mentally and occupationally capable of performing assigned tasks.Salary:

 

Competitive wages

Licensed Vocational Nurse

San Jose
$30.00 - $37.00 per hour
Full-time

The Licensed Vocational Nurse, LVN, is responsible for providing direct patient care under the supervision of a Registered Nurse. The LVN is respon... Show full text

The Licensed Vocational Nurse, LVN, is responsible for providing direct patient care under the supervision of a Registered Nurse. The LVN is responsible for following the plan of care, providing treatments, and working with the clinical staff and other healthcare team members to meet patient care goals.

General Accountabilities

  • Provides direct patient care under Vocational Nursing License scope
  • Implements patient plan of care under the supervision of a Registered Nurse (RN)
  • Evaluates the needs of patients, assists in developing care plan and supervises the care provided by Certified Nursing Aides (CNA)
  • Provides accurate and timely documentation consistent with the care provided
  • Implements and maintains established policies and procedures relative to skin care treatment and interprets findings to applicable parties such as physicians and patient family members as appropriate
  • Participates in administrative duties such as completing medical forms, reports, evaluations, studies and charting
  • Provides written and oral reports or recommendations to physicians or Director of Patient Care Services (DPCS) concerning the status and care of patients
  • Monitors patients and reports adverse reactions to medication and treatment to applicable team members such as physicians or DPCS
  • Administers medication and treatments such as wound treatments and dressing changes as ordered by physicians
  • Utilizes equipment and supplies efficiently and effectively
  • Assists in the admission and/or discharge of patients
  • Assists in patient rehabilitation activities when required such as range of motion, ambulation assistance, and providing emotional support
  • Provides preventative health care services such as making recommendations to patients and family members regarding nutrition, prevention techniques and other ways to improve the general health and psychosocial status of the patient
  • Maintains confidentiality of all patient information including protected health information and reports known or suspected incidents of unauthorized disclosure of such information
  • Reports any complaints or grievances made by patients regarding nursing or medical care to DPCS and maintains a written record of any resident’s complaints or grievances with notation of actions taken
  • Reports and investigates all allegations of resident abuse and/or misappropriation of resident property
  • Ensures that nursing staff honor the patient’s right to refuse treatment and verifies that such requests are in accordance with the facility’s policies governing advance directives.
  • Gives direct physical and psychological nursing care in emergencies as well as in the presence of illness or disability in order to maintain life, provide comfort, reduce stress, and enhance the patients’ ability to cope
  • May administer IV fluids if intravenous certification is current
  • Cooperates with other personnel to achieve department objectives and maintain good employee, interdepartmental and public relations
  • Performs other duties as assigned by Registered Nurse or DPCS

Qualifications

  • Active and unencumbered Vocational Nursing License from the California Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians
  • Minimum one (1) year prior nursing experience
    • IV Certification preferred

Shift/Hours

    • Wednesday-Sunday 3:00pm-11:30pm

Competitive wages based on experience

LVN/LPT

Rohnert Park
$23.00 - $35.00 per hour
Full-time

Job Summary

  • Administers general medical and psychiatric care to facility residents while assisting in the medication administra... Show full text

Job Summary

  • Administers general medical and psychiatric care to facility residents while assisting in the medication administration procedure and monitoring residents for potential medication side effects.
  • Applies practical nursing techniques and standard practices

General Accountabilities

Assists in the coordinating, scheduling and oversight of medical treatment for all facility residents including the including providing support during the admission process and initiation of appropriate healthcare referrals

Collaborates with Program Director, Administrator and Psychiatrist to ensure that healthcare requirements for residents are met.

Assists in the implementation of activities and functions associated with ordering, monitoring and handling of medications including but not limited to Physician’s Orders and vital signs.

Administers medication and monitors patients for potential medication side effects.

Exercises judgement and skills in recognizing basic symptoms indicative of patient adverse reactions and consults with supervisor and/or alerts medical staff.

Follows Physician’s Orders while monitoring patients and reporting to Psychiatrist as needed.

Assisting in the interpretation and application of Physician’s Orders.

Administers or assists staff in administering triage.

Maintains and manages medical and psychiatric records in and organized and timely fashion so as to meet the standards of care, accreditation, resident care needs and licensing requirements.

Completes all documentation including but not limited to incident reports and progress notes.

Supports staff in addressing resident’s healthcare concerns.

Provides supervision of Mental Health Workers.

Participates in required in-service education

Other duties as assigned

Job Qualifications:

  • Required Licensure: A valid California Vocational Nursing and/or Psychiatric Technician license issued by the California Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians.
  • Minimum Experience: One (1) year of post-licensure experience in a mental health setting.
  • A clear criminal record review and fingerprint background check
  • A health screening, including a tuberculosis test, performed by or under the supervision of a physician showing that the LVN/LPT is physically, mentally and occupationally capable of performing assigned tasks.Salary:

Reports To: Administrator

Competitive wages!

Hours & Shifts Available

7:00am-3:30pm (Monday-Thursday)

Work Location

  • One location

Work Remotely

  • No

Associate Clinical Social Worker

San Jose
$35.00 - $38.00 per hour
Full-time

Are you looking for a change? National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services are hiring for a Clinical Social Worker.

NPCRS San Jose ... Show full text

Are you looking for a change? National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services are hiring for a Clinical Social Worker.

NPCRS San Jose is a Crisis Residential Treatment (CRT) Program that supports adults recovering from a behavioral health crisis. Unlike programs that are held in a psychiatric unit or hospital-like facility, National San Jose provides a safe, home-like environment that supports individuals in their recovery. During their voluntary stay, individuals participate in a highly structured program and work with a team of specialists who help them resolve the behavioral or emotional issues associated with their crisis and provide the tools necessary to help them work through future challenges and re-integrate back into the community.

Job Summary

Associate Clinical Social Worker (ACSW) provides direct behavioral health services to patients admitted to National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services and is responsible for treating, counseling, and educating clients based upon their individualized emotional and psychological needs.

General Responsibilities

  • Under the direction of the Program Director and Lead MFT, the ACSW will evaluate potential clients to assess whether they will fit program criteria for admission.
  • ACSW will receive Clinical Supervision by Licensed Provider(s) at the ratio of one hour individual or two hours’ group supervision for every 10 hours of clinical experience gained.
  • ACSW is responsible for tracking clinical experience hours utilizing appropriate BBS tracking forms and obtaining weekly signatures from Clinical Supervisor(s).
  • Provides therapy for facility residents and their families.
  • Works in conjunction with other staff to meet individual and family needs.
  • Secures and documents informed consent from all participants
  • Develops and documents goals for each resident and documents all progress made toward completion of goals.
  • Document information concerning family therapy sessions, phone calls, e-mail, voicemail, etc. as appropriate, explaining all contact as necessary.
  • Complete a case closure summary when services are terminated, including information on documented hours of service, identified problems, resident progress, and recommendations regarding further treatment.
  • Makes community referrals as appropriate, and works with other staff to facilitate any necessary follow-up regarding resident needs.
  • Participates in case staffing and staff meetings as requested.
  • Participates in staff trainings as requested.
  • Participates in regularly scheduled performance evaluations.
  • Abides by the CAMFT Code of Ethics
  • Understands and applies all National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services Policies and Procedures.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Job Qualifications

Licenses and Certifications: Valid Registration with the Board of Behavioral Sciences of California as an Associate Clinical Social Worker (ACSW)

  • Minimum Education: Completion of Master Degree in Counseling Psychology, Social Work, Psychology, Human Services, Sociology or Behavioral Science that meets criteria for registration with the Board of Behavioral Sciences as an Associate MFT or SW.
  • Minimum Experience: One (1) year experience working in a mental health setting or social service agency providing services to mentally ill consumers.

Perks/Benefits

· Full Medical, Dental, and Vision

· Competitive PTO

Hours

Sunday-Thursday

Salary

competitive salary range depending on experience

LMFT/ AMFT

Walnut Creek
$35.00 - $60.00 per hour
Full-time

Are you looking for a change? National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services are hiring for a clinician LMFT.

NPCRS Sacramento is a C... Show full text

Are you looking for a change? National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services are hiring for a clinician LMFT.

NPCRS Sacramento is a Crisis Residential Treatment (CRT) Program that supports adults recovering from a behavioral health crisis. Unlike programs that are held in a psychiatric unit or hospital-like facility, National Sacramento provides a safe, home-like environment that supports individuals in their recovery. During their voluntary stay, individuals participate in a highly structured program and work with a team of specialists who help them resolve the behavioral or emotional issues associated with their crisis and provide the tools necessary to help them work through future challenges and re-integrate back into the community.

Job Summary

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, LMFT, provides direct behavioral health services to patients admitted to National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation services and is responsible for treating, counseling and educating clients based upon their individualized emotional and psychological needs.

General Responsibilities

· Under the direction of the program director, Lead Therapist and/or a qualified licensed practitioner, the therapist will evaluate potential clients to assess whether they will fit program criteria for admission. Provides therapy for facility residents and their families.

· Works in conjunction with other staff to meet individual and family needs.

· Secures and documents informed consent from all participants.

· Develops and documents goals for each resident and documents all progress made toward the completion of goals.

· Document information concerning family therapy sessions, phone calls, e-mail, voicemail, etc. as appropriate, explaining all contact as necessary.

· Complete a case closure summary when services are terminated, including information on documented hours of service, identified problems, resident progress, and recommendations regarding further treatment.

· Makes community referrals as appropriate, and works with other staff to facilitate any necessary follow-up regarding resident needs.

· Identifies and responds to changes in policies, regulations, and procedures which can impact the patient.

· Assesses diagnoses and treats adult mental health patients by incorporating individual, couple, family and group therapy skills.

· Participates in case staffing and staff meetings as requested.

· Participates in staff training as requested.

· Participates in regularly scheduled performance evaluations.

· Understands and applies all National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services Policies and Procedures.

· Performs other duties as assigned.

Job Qualifications

· Licenses and Certifications: Valid California Marriage and Family Therapist Intern Registration

· Minimum Education: Master’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Human Services, Sociology or Behavioral Science.

· Minimum Experience: One (1) year experience working in a mental health setting or social service agency providing services to mentally ill consumers.

· Meets all health and background investigation regulations required by California Title 22.

Perks/Benefits

· Full Medical, Dental, and Vision

· Competitive PTO

Salary

competitive salary range depending on experience

Hours & Shift

Full- Time

LVN/LPT

Sacramento
$23.00 - $35.00 per hour
On-Call

Job Description

Reports To: Administrator
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt

Job Summary

Job Description

Reports To: Administrator
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt

Job Summary

  • Administers general medical and psychiatric care to facility residents while assisting in the medication administration procedure and monitoring residents for potential medication side effects.
  • Applies practical nursing techniques and standard practices

General Accountabilities

  • Assists in the coordinating, scheduling and oversight of medical treatment for all facility residents including the including providing support during the admission process and initiation of appropriate healthcare referrals
  • Collaborates with Program Director, Administrator and Psychiatrist to ensure that healthcare requirements for residents are met.
  • Assists in the implementation of activities and functions associated with ordering, monitoring and handling of medications including but not limited to Physician’s Orders and vital signs.
  • Administers medication and monitors patients for potential medication side effects.
  • Exercises judgement and skills in recognizing basic symptoms indicative of patient adverse reactions and consults with supervisor and/or alerts medical staff.
  • Follows Physician’s Orders while monitoring patients and reporting to Psychiatrist as needed.
  • Assisting in the interpretation and application of Physician’s Orders.
  • Administers or assists staff in administering triage.
  • Maintains and manages medical and psychiatric records in and organized and timely fashion so as to meet the standards of care, accreditation, resident care needs and licensing requirements.
  • Completes all documentation including but not limited to incident reports and progress notes.
  • Supports staff in addressing resident’s healthcare concerns.
  • Provides supervision of Mental Health Workers.
  • Participates in required in-service education
  • Other duties as assigned

Job Qualifications:

  • Required Licensure: A valid California Vocational Nursing and/or Psychiatric Technician license issued by the California Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians.
  • Minimum Experience: One (1) year of post-licensure experience in a mental health setting.
  • A clear criminal record review and fingerprint background check
  • A health screening, including a tuberculosis test, performed by or under the supervision of a physician showing that the LVN/LPT is physically, mentally and occupationally capable of performing assigned tasks.

LVN/LPT

San Jose
$30.00 - $37.00 per hour
Part-time

Job Summary

  • Administers general medical and psychiatric care to facility residents while assisting in the medication administra... Show full text

Job Summary

  • Administers general medical and psychiatric care to facility residents while assisting in the medication administration procedure and monitoring residents for potential medication side effects.
  • Applies practical nursing techniques and standard practices

General Accountabilities

  • Assists in the coordinating, scheduling and oversight of medical treatment for all facility residents including the including providing support during the admission process and initiation of appropriate healthcare referrals
  • Collaborates with Program Director, Administrator and Psychiatrist to ensure that healthcare requirements for residents are met.
  • Assists in the implementation of activities and functions associated with ordering, monitoring and handling of medications including but not limited to Physician’s Orders and vital signs.
  • Administers medication and monitors patients for potential medication side effects.
  • Exercises judgement and skills in recognizing basic symptoms indicative of patient adverse reactions and consults with supervisor and/or alerts medical staff.
  • Follows Physician’s Orders while monitoring patients and reporting to Psychiatrist as needed.
  • Assisting in the interpretation and application of Physician’s Orders.
  • Administers or assists staff in administering triage.
  • Maintains and manages medical and psychiatric records in and organized and timely fashion so as to meet the standards of care, accreditation, resident care needs and licensing requirements.
  • Completes all documentation including but not limited to incident reports and progress notes.
  • Supports staff in addressing resident’s healthcare concerns.
  • Provides supervision of Mental Health Workers.
  • Participates in required in-service education
  • Other duties as assigned

Job Qualifications:

  • Required Licensure: A valid California Vocational Nursing and/or Psychiatric Technician license issued by the California Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians.
  • Minimum Experience: One (1) year of post-licensure experience in a mental health setting.
  • A clear criminal record review and fingerprint background check
  • A health screening, including a tuberculosis test, performed by or under the supervision of a physician showing that the LVN/LPT is physically, mentally and occupationally capable of performing assigned tasks.Salary:

Salary

Competitive wages

Work Location:

  • One location

Work Remotely

  • No

 

LMFT/ AMFT

San Jose
$73,000.00 - $85,000.00 per year
Full-time

Are you looking for a change? National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services are hiring for a clinician LMFT/AMFT.

NPCRS San Jose is ... Show full text

Are you looking for a change? National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services are hiring for a clinician LMFT/AMFT.

NPCRS San Jose is a Crisis Residential Treatment (CRT) Program that supports adults recovering from a behavioral health crisis. Unlike programs that are held in a psychiatric unit or hospital-like facility, National San Jose provides a safe, home-like environment that supports individuals in their recovery. During their voluntary stay, individuals participate in a highly structured program and work with a team of specialists who help them resolve the behavioral or emotional issues associated with their crisis and provide the tools necessary to help them work through future challenges and re-integrate back into the community.

Job Summary

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, LMFT, provides direct behavioral health services to patients admitted to National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation services and is responsible for treating, counseling and educating clients based upon their individualized emotional and psychological needs.

General Responsibilities

· Under the direction of the program director, Lead Therapist and/or a qualified licensed practitioner, the therapist will evaluate potential clients to assess whether they will fit program criteria for admission. Provides therapy for facility residents and their families.

· Works in conjunction with other staff to meet individual and family needs.

· Secures and documents informed consent from all participants.

· Develops and documents goals for each resident and documents all progress made toward the completion of goals.

· Document information concerning family therapy sessions, phone calls, e-mail, voicemail, etc. as appropriate, explaining all contact as necessary.

· Complete a case closure summary when services are terminated, including information on documented hours of service, identified problems, resident progress, and recommendations regarding further treatment.

· Makes community referrals as appropriate, and works with other staff to facilitate any necessary follow-up regarding resident needs.

· Identifies and responds to changes in policies, regulations, and procedures which can impact the patient.

· Assesses diagnoses and treats adult mental health patients by incorporating individual, couple, family and group therapy skills.

· Participates in case staffing and staff meetings as requested.

· Participates in staff training as requested.

· Participates in regularly scheduled performance evaluations.

· Understands and applies all National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services Policies and Procedures.

· Performs other duties as assigned.

Job Qualifications

· Licenses and Certifications: Valid California Marriage and Family Therapist License or Intern Registration

· Minimum Education: Master’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Human Services, Sociology or Behavioral Science.

· Minimum Experience: One (1) year experience working in a mental health setting or social service agency providing services to mentally ill consumers.

· Meets all health and background investigation regulations required by California Title 22.

Hours and Shifts

Wednesday -Sunday

Salary

competitive salary range depending on experience

Work Remotely

  • No

Mental Health Worker

San Leandro
$18.00-$21.00 per hour
On call

Mental Health Worker

National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services is a Crisis Residential facility serving adults with mental healt... Show full text

Mental Health Worker

National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services is a Crisis Residential facility serving adults with mental health issues and accompanying substance abuse challenges. We provide round-the-clock support to our residents, and we are seeking a Mental Health Worker to assist with medication administration, perform regular rounds/bed checks, and complete other tasks to keep residents comfortable and safe during their stay.

In addition to performing routine daily tasks, our Mental Health Worker needs to be comfortable engaging our residents in conversations. Thus, we are seeking an individual who also has counseling experience within the work history.

The Mental Health Worker performs duties that require good decision-making and troubleshooting skills. Strong “people” skills are necessary, and experience working in a residential mental health facility is a must.

If you are looking for a great place to work that needs and values your skills, then National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services could be the perfect match for you.

General Accountabilities

  • Assists residents in daily living activities and trains residents in self-care practices.
  • Aids staff in administering therapeutic activities, such as physical exercises, arts and crafts, and recreational games.
  • Converses with residents to promote social interaction.
  • Observes and documents residents’ behaviors in order to facilitate assessment and development of treatment goals.
  • Attends to routine health care needs of residents under supervision of medical personnel and reports client status change to Administrator or DON as needed.
  • Assists residents in taking medication as prescribed.
  • Accompanies residents on off-grounds trips and instructs and counsels residents in purchase of items.
  • Follows facility safety guidelines including but not limited to proper lifting technique and Universal Precautions.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Job Qualifications

  • Education: Bachelors degree Preferred in a related field
  • Experience: At least one year of experience preferred in a related field
  • Certifications: Basic First Aid & CPR, Clear California and Federal background checks

Skills

  • Excellent verbal and written communication
  • Social perceptiveness
  • Service orientation
  • Active listening

Hours

  • On – Call

Competitive wages based on experience

Work Location:

  • One location

Work Remotely

  • No

Licensed Vocational Nurse

San Leandro
$31.00-$33.00 per hour
Full-time

The Licensed Vocational Nurse, LVN, is responsible for providing direct patient care under the supervision of a Registered Nurse. The LVN is respon... Show full text

The Licensed Vocational Nurse, LVN, is responsible for providing direct patient care under the supervision of a Registered Nurse. The LVN is responsible for following the plan of care, providing treatments, and working with the clinical staff and other healthcare team members to meet patient care goals.

General Accountabilities
· Provides direct patient care under Vocational Nursing License scope

· Implements patient plan of care under the supervision of a Registered Nurse (RN)

· Evaluates the needs of patients, assists in developing care plan and supervises the care provided by Certified Nursing Aides (CNA)

· Provides accurate and timely documentation consistent with the care provided

· Implements and maintains established policies and procedures relative to skin care treatment and interprets findings to applicable parties such as physicians and patient family members as appropriate

· Participates in administrative duties such as completing medical forms, reports, evaluations, studies and charting

· Provides written and oral reports or recommendations to physicians or Director of Patient Care Services (DPCS) concerning the status and care of patients

· Monitors patients and reports adverse reactions to medication and treatment to applicable team members such as physicians or DPCS

· Administers medication and treatments such as wound treatments and dressing changes as ordered by physicians

· Utilizes equipment and supplies efficiently and effectively

· Assists in the admission and/or discharge of patients

· Assists in patient rehabilitation activities when required such as range of motion, ambulation assistance, and providing emotional support

· Provides preventative health care services such as making recommendations to patients and family members regarding nutrition, prevention techniques and other ways to improve the general health and psychosocial status of the patient

· Maintains confidentiality of all patient information including protected health information and reports known or suspected incidents of unauthorized disclosure of such information

· Reports any complaints or grievances made by patients regarding nursing or medical care to DPCS and maintains a written record of any resident’s complaints or grievances with notation of actions taken

· Reports and investigates all allegations of resident abuse and/or misappropriation of resident property

· Ensures that nursing staff honor the patient’s right to refuse treatment and verifies that such requests are in accordance with the facility’s policies governing advance directives.

· Gives direct physical and psychological nursing care in emergencies as well as in the presence of illness or disability in order to maintain life, provide comfort, reduce stress, and enhance the patients’ ability to cope

· May administer IV fluids if intravenous certification is current

· Cooperates with other personnel to achieve department objectives and maintain good employee, interdepartmental and public relations

· Performs other duties as assigned by Registered Nurse or DPCS
Qualifications
· Active and unencumbered Vocational Nursing License from the California Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians

· Minimum one (1) year prior nursing experience

· IV Certification preferred

Hours & Shifts

8 hour shift

Licensed Vocational Nurse

San Leandro
$31.00-$33.00 per hour
On-Call

The Licensed Vocational Nurse, LVN, is responsible for providing direct patient care under the supervision of a Registered Nurse. The LVN is respon... Show full text

The Licensed Vocational Nurse, LVN, is responsible for providing direct patient care under the supervision of a Registered Nurse. The LVN is responsible for following the plan of care, providing treatments, and working with the clinical staff and other healthcare team members to meet patient care goals.

General Accountabilities
· Provides direct patient care under Vocational Nursing License scope

· Implements patient plan of care under the supervision of a Registered Nurse (RN)

· Evaluates the needs of patients, assists in developing care plan and supervises the care provided by Certified Nursing Aides (CNA)

· Provides accurate and timely documentation consistent with the care provided

· Implements and maintains established policies and procedures relative to skin care treatment and interprets findings to applicable parties such as physicians and patient family members as appropriate

· Participates in administrative duties such as completing medical forms, reports, evaluations, studies and charting

· Provides written and oral reports or recommendations to physicians or Director of Patient Care Services (DPCS) concerning the status and care of patients

· Monitors patients and reports adverse reactions to medication and treatment to applicable team members such as physicians or DPCS

· Administers medication and treatments such as wound treatments and dressing changes as ordered by physicians

· Utilizes equipment and supplies efficiently and effectively

· Assists in the admission and/or discharge of patients

· Assists in patient rehabilitation activities when required such as range of motion, ambulation assistance, and providing emotional support

· Provides preventative health care services such as making recommendations to patients and family members regarding nutrition, prevention techniques and other ways to improve the general health and psychosocial status of the patient

· Maintains confidentiality of all patient information including protected health information and reports known or suspected incidents of unauthorized disclosure of such information

· Reports any complaints or grievances made by patients regarding nursing or medical care to DPCS and maintains a written record of any resident’s complaints or grievances with notation of actions taken

· Reports and investigates all allegations of resident abuse and/or misappropriation of resident property

· Ensures that nursing staff honor the patient’s right to refuse treatment and verifies that such requests are in accordance with the facility’s policies governing advance directives.

· Gives direct physical and psychological nursing care in emergencies as well as in the presence of illness or disability in order to maintain life, provide comfort, reduce stress, and enhance the patients’ ability to cope

· May administer IV fluids if intravenous certification is current

· Cooperates with other personnel to achieve department objectives and maintain good employee, interdepartmental and public relations

· Performs other duties as assigned by Registered Nurse or DPCS
Qualifications
· Active and unencumbered Vocational Nursing License from the California Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians

· Minimum one (1) year prior nursing experience

· IV Certification preferred

Hours & Shifts

Associate Marriage & Family Therapist

San Leandro
$28.00-$32.00 per hour
Full-time

Are you looking for a change? National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services are hiring for a clinician LMFT/AMFT.

NPCRS San Leandro ... Show full text

Are you looking for a change? National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services are hiring for a clinician LMFT/AMFT.

NPCRS San Leandro is a Crisis Residential Treatment (CRT) Program that supports adults recovering from a behavioral health crisis. Unlike programs that are held in a psychiatric unit or hospital-like facility, National San Leandro provides a safe, home-like environment that supports individuals in their recovery. During their voluntary stay, individuals participate in a highly structured program and work with a team of specialists who help them resolve the behavioral or emotional issues associated with their crisis and provide the tools necessary to help them work through future challenges and re-integrate back into the community.

Job Summary

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, LMFT, provides direct behavioral health services to patients admitted to National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation services and is responsible for treating, counseling and educating clients based upon their individualized emotional and psychological needs.

General Responsibilities

· Under the direction of the program director, Lead Therapist and/or a qualified licensed practitioner, the therapist will evaluate potential clients to assess whether they will fit program criteria for admission. Provides therapy for facility residents and their families.

· Works in conjunction with other staff to meet individual and family needs.

· Secures and documents informed consent from all participants.

· Develops and documents goals for each resident and documents all progress made toward the completion of goals.

· Document information concerning family therapy sessions, phone calls, e-mail, voicemail, etc. as appropriate, explaining all contact as necessary.

· Complete a case closure summary when services are terminated, including information on documented hours of service, identified problems, resident progress, and recommendations regarding further treatment.

· Makes community referrals as appropriate, and works with other staff to facilitate any necessary follow-up regarding resident needs.

· Identifies and responds to changes in policies, regulations, and procedures which can impact the patient.

· Assesses diagnoses and treats adult mental health patients by incorporating individual, couple, family and group therapy skills.

· Participates in case staffing and staff meetings as requested.

· Participates in staff training as requested.

· Participates in regularly scheduled performance evaluations.

· Understands and applies all National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services Policies and Procedures.

· Performs other duties as assigned.

Job Qualifications

· Licenses and Certifications: Valid California Marriage and Family Therapist License or Intern Registration

· Minimum Education: Master’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Human Services, Sociology or Behavioral Science.

· Minimum Experience: One (1) year experience working in a mental health setting or social service agency providing services to mentally ill consumers.

· Meets all health and background investigation regulations required by California Title 22.

Hours and Shifts

8 Hour shift

Work Remotely

  • No

competitive salary range depending on experience

 

Mental Health Worker - Part-Time

Manteca
$18-25 / hour
Part-time

National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services is a Crisis Residential facility serving adults with mental health issues and accompanying su... Show full text

National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services is a Crisis Residential facility serving adults with mental health issues and accompanying substance abuse challenges. We provide round-the-clock support to our residents, and we are seeking a Mental Health Worker to assist with medication administration, perform regular rounds/bed checks, and complete other tasks to keep residents comfortable and safe during their stay.

In addition to performing routine daily tasks, our Mental Health Worker needs to be comfortable engaging our residents in conversations. Thus, we are seeking an individual who also has counseling experience within the work history.

The Mental Health Worker performs duties that require good decision-making and troubleshooting skills. Strong “people” skills are necessary, and experience working in a residential mental health facility is a must.

If you are looking for a great place to work that needs and values your skills, then National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services could be the perfect match for you.

General Accountabilities

  • Assists residents in daily living activities and trains residents in self-care practices.
  • Aids staff in administering therapeutic activities, such as physical exercises, arts and crafts, and recreational games.
  • Converses with residents to promote social interaction.
  • Observes and documents residents’ behaviors in order to facilitate assessment and development of treatment goals.
  • Attends to routine health care needs of residents under supervision of medical personnel and reports client status change to Administrator or DON as needed.
  • Assists residents in taking medication as prescribed.
  • Accompanies residents on off-grounds trips and instructs and counsels residents in purchase of items.
  • Follows facility safety guidelines including but not limited to proper lifting technique and Universal Precautions.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Job Qualifications

  • Education: Bachelors degree Preferred in a related field
  • Experience: At least one year of experience preferred in a related field
  • Certifications: Basic First Aid & CPR, Clear California and Federal background checks

Skills

  • Excellent verbal and written communication
  • Social perceptiveness
  • Service orientation
  • Active listening

Hours

NOC shift Saturday-Monday

Work Location:

  • One location

Competitive wages based on experience

Job Type: Part-time

Pay: $18.00 – $25.00 per hour

Benefits:

  • 401(k)
  • Dental insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Vision insurance

COVID-19 considerations:
Please see Link Here
https://www.npcrs.com/npcrs-covid-19-response/

Education:

  • Bachelor’s (Preferred)

Experience:

  • mental health: 1 year (Preferred)

License/Certification:

  • CPR Certification (Preferred)
  • Driver’s License (Required)

Work Location: One location

Mental Health Worker - On-Call

Manteca
$18-25 / hour
Per Diem

National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services is a Crisis Residential facility serving adults with mental health issues and accompanying su... Show full text

National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services is a Crisis Residential facility serving adults with mental health issues and accompanying substance abuse challenges. We provide round-the-clock support to our residents, and we are seeking a Mental Health Worker to assist with medication administration, perform regular rounds/bed checks, and complete other tasks to keep residents comfortable and safe during their stay.

In addition to performing routine daily tasks, our Mental Health Worker needs to be comfortable engaging our residents in conversations. Thus, we are seeking an individual who also has counseling experience within the work history.

The Mental Health Worker performs duties that require good decision-making and troubleshooting skills. Strong “people” skills are necessary, and experience working in a residential mental health facility is a must.

If you are looking for a great place to work that needs and values your skills, then National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services could be the perfect match for you.

General Accountabilities

  • Assists residents in daily living activities and trains residents in self-care practices.
  • Aids staff in administering therapeutic activities, such as physical exercises, arts and crafts, and recreational games.
  • Converses with residents to promote social interaction.
  • Observes and documents residents’ behaviors in order to facilitate assessment and development of treatment goals.
  • Attends to routine health care needs of residents under supervision of medical personnel and reports client status change to Administrator or DON as needed.
  • Assists residents in taking medication as prescribed.
  • Accompanies residents on off-grounds trips and instructs and counsels residents in purchase of items.
  • Follows facility safety guidelines including but not limited to proper lifting technique and Universal Precautions.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Job Qualifications

  • Education: Bachelors degree Preferred in a related field
  • Experience: At least one year of experience preferred in a related field
  • Certifications: Basic First Aid & CPR, Clear California and Federal background checks

Skills

  • Excellent verbal and written communication
  • Social perceptiveness
  • Service orientation
  • Active listening

Hours

On-Call

Work Location:

  • One location

Competitive wages based on experience

Job Types: On- Call

Pay: $18.00 – $25.00 per hour

Benefits:

  • 401(k)
  • Dental insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Vision insurance

Schedule:

  • On call

COVID-19 considerations:
Please see Link Here
https://www.npcrs.com/npcrs-covid-19-response/

Work Location: One location

Qualifications

Mental Health Worker - Part Time

San Leandro
$19.50-21.00 / hour
Part-time

National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services is a Crisis Residential facility serving adults with mental health issues and accompanying su... Show full text

National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services is a Crisis Residential facility serving adults with mental health issues and accompanying substance abuse challenges. We provide round-the-clock support to our residents, and we are seeking a Mental Health Worker to assist with medication administration, perform regular rounds/bed checks, and complete other tasks to keep residents comfortable and safe during their stay.

In addition to performing routine daily tasks, our Mental Health Worker needs to be comfortable engaging our residents in conversations. Thus, we are seeking an individual who also has counseling experience within the work history.

The Mental Health Worker performs duties that require good decision-making and troubleshooting skills. Strong “people” skills are necessary, and experience working in a residential mental health facility is a must.

If you are looking for a great place to work that needs and values your skills, then National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services could be the perfect match for you.

General Accountabilities

  • Assists residents in daily living activities and trains residents in self-care practices.
  • Aids staff in administering therapeutic activities, such as physical exercises, arts and crafts, and recreational games.
  • Converses with residents to promote social interaction.
  • Observe and document residents’ behaviors in order to facilitate assessment and development of treatment goals.
  • Attends to routine health care needs of residents under the supervision of medical personnel and reports client status change to Administrator or DON as needed.
  • Assists residents in taking medication as prescribed.
  • Accompanies residents on off-ground trips and instructs and counsels residents in the purchase of items.
  • Follows facility safety guidelines including but not limited to proper lifting technique and Universal Precautions.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Job Qualifications

  • Education: Bachelors Degree Preferred in a related field
  • Experience: At least one year of experience preferred in a related field
  • Certifications: Basic First Aid & CPR, Clear California and Federal background checks

Skills

  • Excellent verbal and written communication
  • Social perceptiveness
  • Service orientation
  • Active listening

Hours & Shifts Available

Monday – Day shift

Friday and Saturday – Overnight

Wages

Competitive wages based on experience

Work Location:

  • One location

Work Remotely

  • No

Job Type: Part-time

Pay: $19.50 – $21.00 per hour

Benefits:

  • 401(k)
  • Dental insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Vision insurance

Schedule:

  • Day shift
  • Night shift

COVID-19 considerations:
Please see Link Here:
https://www.npcrs.com/npcrs-covid-19-response/

Education:

  • Bachelor’s (Preferred)

Experience:

  • mental health: 1 year (Preferred)

License/Certification:

  • CPR Certification (Preferred)
  • Driver’s License (Required)

Work Location: One location

Qualifications
Driver's License (Required)
Bachelor's (Preferred)
CPR Certification (Preferred)

Mental Health Worker - On Call

Rohnert Park
$18-25 / hour
Full-time

National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services is a Crisis Residential facility serving adults with mental health issues and accompanying su... Show full text

National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services is a Crisis Residential facility serving adults with mental health issues and accompanying substance abuse challenges. We provide round-the-clock support to our residents, and we are seeking a Mental Health Worker to assist with medication administration, perform regular rounds/bed checks, and complete other tasks to keep residents comfortable and safe during their stay.

In addition to performing routine daily tasks, our Mental Health Worker needs to be comfortable engaging our residents in conversations. Thus, we are seeking an individual who also has counseling experience within the work history.

The Mental Health Worker performs duties that require good decision-making and troubleshooting skills. Strong “people” skills are necessary, and experience working in a residential mental health facility is a must.

If you are looking for a great place to work that needs and values your skills, then National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services could be the perfect match for you.

General Accountabilities

  • Assists residents in daily living activities and trains residents in self-care practices.
  • Aids staff in administering therapeutic activities, such as physical exercises, arts and crafts, and recreational games.
  • Converses with residents to promote social interaction.
  • Observe and document residents’ behaviors in order to facilitate assessment and development of treatment goals.
  • Attends to routine health care needs of residents under the supervision of medical personnel and reports client status change to Administrator or DON as needed.
  • Assists residents in taking medication as prescribed.
  • Accompanies residents on off-ground trips and instructs and counsels residents in the purchase of items.
  • Follows facility safety guidelines including but not limited to proper lifting technique and Universal Precautions.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Job Qualifications

  • Education: Bachelors Degree Preferred in a related field
  • Experience: At least one year of experience preferred in a related field
  • Certifications: Basic First Aid & CPR, Clear California and Federal background checks

Skills

  • Excellent verbal and written communication
  • Social perceptiveness
  • Service orientation
  • Active listening

Hours & Shifts Available

On Call

Wages

Competitive wages based on experience

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $18.00 – $25.00 per hour

Benefits:

  • 401(k)
  • Dental insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Vision insurance

Schedule:

  • On call

COVID-19 considerations:
Please see Link Here:
https://www.npcrs.com/npcrs-covid-19-response/

Education:

  • Bachelor’s (Preferred)

Experience:

  • mental health: 1 year (Preferred)

License/Certification:

  • CPR Certification (Preferred)
  • Driver’s License (Preferred)

Work Location: One location

Qualifications
Bachelor's (Preferred)
CPR Certification (Preferred)
Driver's License (Preferred)

Mental Health Worker - Full-Time

Manteca
$18.00-$25.00 per hour
Full-time

Mental Health Worker

National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services is a Crisis Residential facility serving adults with mental healt... Show full text

Mental Health Worker

National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services is a Crisis Residential facility serving adults with mental health issues and accompanying substance abuse challenges. We provide round-the-clock support to our residents, and we are seeking a Mental Health Worker to assist with medication administration, perform regular rounds/bed checks, and complete other tasks to keep residents comfortable and safe during their stay.

In addition to performing routine daily tasks, our Mental Health Worker needs to be comfortable engaging our residents in conversations. Thus, we are seeking an individual who also has counseling experience within the work history.

The Mental Health Worker performs duties that require good decision-making and troubleshooting skills. Strong “people” skills are necessary, and experience working in a residential mental health facility is a must.

If you are looking for a great place to work that needs and values your skills, then National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services could be the perfect match for you.

General Accountabilities

  • Assists residents in daily living activities and trains residents in self-care practices.
  • Aids staff in administering therapeutic activities, such as physical exercises, arts and crafts, and recreational games.
  • Converses with residents to promote social interaction.
  • Observes and documents residents’ behaviors in order to facilitate assessment and development of treatment goals.
  • Attends to routine health care needs of residents under supervision of medical personnel and reports client status change to Administrator or DON as needed.
  • Assists residents in taking medication as prescribed.
  • Accompanies residents on off-grounds trips and instructs and counsels residents in purchase of items.
  • Follows facility safety guidelines including but not limited to proper lifting technique and Universal Precautions.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Job Qualifications

  • Education: Bachelors degree Preferred in a related field
  • Experience: At least one year of experience preferred in a related field
  • Certifications: Basic First Aid & CPR, Clear California and Federal background checks

Skills

  • Excellent verbal and written communication
  • Social perceptiveness
  • Service orientation
  • Active listening

Hours

NOC Shift Tuesday- Saturday

Work Location:

  • One location

Competitive wages based on experience

COVID-19 considerations:
Please see Link Here
https://www.npcrs.com/npcrs-covid-19-response/

Mental Health Worker - On Call

San Jose
$23.00-$26.00 per hour
Per Diem

National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services is a Crisis Residential facility serving adults with mental health issues and accompanying su... Show full text

National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services is a Crisis Residential facility serving adults with mental health issues and accompanying substance abuse challenges. We provide round-the-clock support to our residents, and we are seeking a Mental Health Worker to assist with medication administration, perform regular rounds/bed checks, and complete other tasks to keep residents comfortable and safe during their stay.

In addition to performing routine daily tasks, our Mental Health Worker needs to be comfortable engaging our residents in conversations. Thus, we are seeking an individual who also has counseling experience within the work history.

The Mental Health Worker performs duties that require good decision-making and troubleshooting skills. Strong “people” skills are necessary, and experience working in a residential mental health facility is a must.

If you are looking for a great place to work that needs and values your skills, then National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services could be the perfect match for you.

General Accountabilities

  • Assists residents in daily living activities and trains residents in self-care practices.
  • Aids staff in administering therapeutic activities, such as physical exercises, arts and crafts, and recreational games.
  • Converses with residents to promote social interaction.
  • Observe and document residents’ behaviors in order to facilitate assessment and development of treatment goals.
  • Attends to routine health care needs of residents under the supervision of medical personnel and reports client status change to Administrator or DON as needed.
  • Assists residents in taking medication as prescribed.
  • Accompanies residents on off-ground trips and instructs and counsels residents in the purchase of items.
  • Follows facility safety guidelines including but not limited to proper lifting technique and Universal Precautions.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Job Qualifications

  • Education: Bachelors Degree Preferred in a related field
  • Experience: At least one year of experience preferred in a related field
  • Certifications: Basic First Aid & CPR, Clear California and Federal background checks

Skills

  • Excellent verbal and written communication
  • Social perceptiveness
  • Service orientation
  • Active listening

Hours & Shifts Available

On Call

Wages

Competitive wages based on experience’

Work Location:

  • One location

Work Remotely

  • No

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Pay: $23.00 – $26.00 per hour

Benefits:

  • 401(k)
  • Dental insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Vision insurance

Medical Specialty:

  • Psychiatry

Schedule:

  • On call

COVID-19 considerations:
Please see Link Here:
https://www.npcrs.com/npcrs-covid-19-response/

Ability to commute/relocate:

  • San Jose, CA 95112: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Preferred)

License/Certification:

  • Driver’s License (Preferred)

Work Location: One location

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