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Mental Health nursing offers a completely different experience than caring for patients with only physical health-related problems. It’s easy to forget that, in some cases, a patient’s decline in physical health can negatively impact their mental health as well, but that doesn’t mean their treatment is any less complex. Psych nursing offers skilled nurses the opportunity to care for vulnerable patients and themselves through self-reflection, and introspection. In essence, these nurses and patients find strength in each other.   Patients on this unit are dealing with difficult diagnoses. Our ideal nursing candidate will have the proven ability to exercise patience, flexibility, and careful listening when their efforts are often tested. This nurse will strive to calm patients when they become agitated, strengthen patients coping skills, and make it a build a therapeutic, meaningful relationship.   All Registered Nurses answer their call to care for others through education and training, but only a select few have the ability and confidence to test their preparation in a service line where challenges and the rewards run high. Rising to the occasion also opens advancement opportunities within the department.   If you are passionate about mental health and want to have a positive impact on our patient population, connect with CHI Health today!     Core Expectations: - Evaluate and treat mental health needs of patients - Collaborate with healthcare team members and physicians to develop care plans - Support the personal care of psych patient population - Educate and support patients, their caregivers, and families - Maintains confidentiality and dignity of patients - Proven ability to exercise patience and understanding in high stress situations       Hear from one of our own on why she is working in at a CHI Health Behavioral Unit: I would say my favorite part of my new job at CHI Health is being able to see patients improve over the course of their stay, and knowing that we made a difference in their life. I enjoy learning about what makes each person who they are, whether that be cultural influences, previous experiences or trauma. Helping patients work through life events is very rewarding, and so each day I work I'm excited to see what I can help with that day.
Job ID
2020-133507
Department
Behavioral Health
Facility
CHI Health Mercy Council Bluffs
Shift
Night
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-COUNCIL BLUFFS
This position is a Team Model comprised of nursing, mental health tech, peer specialist, therapist and recreational therapist. #missioncritical #NERN   Patient Population:Child/Adolescent with primary psychiatric diagnosis or co-occurring substance abuse Compensation: Base rate + shift differential Incentives: $7,500 sign on bonus, up to $10,000 education assistance (must have graduated within 5 years) - Tuition Reimbursement- $3000 for full time and $1500 for part time - CHI Health Psychiatric Fellowshipoffered for new nursing graduates and nurses new to behavioral health. - CHI Health Nurse Residencyoffered for all new RN graduates - Access to Behavioral health service line Resiliency Coordinator - Advanced Crisis Prevention Intervention Training with emphasis on verbal de-escalating crisis moments with no-restrictive techniques - Grow our own program forBehavioral Nurse Practitioner   Mental Health nursing offers a completely different experience than caring for patients with only physical health-related problems. It’s easy to forget that, in some cases, a patient’s decline in physical health can negatively impact their mental health as well, but that doesn’t mean their treatment is any less complex. Psych nursing offers skilled nurses the opportunity to care for vulnerable patients and themselves through self-reflection, and introspection. In essence, these nurses and patients find strength in each other.   Patients on this unit are dealing with difficult diagnoses. Our ideal nursing candidate will have the proven ability to exercise patience, flexibility, and careful listening when their efforts are often tested. This nurse will strive to calm patients when they become agitated, strengthen patients coping skills, and make it a build a therapeutic, meaningful relationship.   All Registered Nurses answer their call to care for others through education and training, but only a select few have the ability and confidence to test their preparation in a service line where challenges and the rewards run high. Rising to the occasion also opens advancement opportunities within the department.   If you are passionate about mental health and want to have a positive impact on our patient population, connect with CHI Health today!     Core Expectations: - Evaluate and treat mental health needs of patients - Collaborate with healthcare team members and physicians to develop care plans - Support the personal care of psych patient population - Educate and support patients, their caregivers, and families - Maintains confidentiality and dignity of patients - Proven ability to exercise patience and understanding in high stress situations       Hear from one of our own on why she is working in at a CHI Health Behavioral Unit: I would say my favorite part of my new job at CHI Health is being able to see patients improve over the course of their stay, and knowing that we made a difference in their life. I enjoy learning about what makes each person who they are, whether that be cultural influences, previous experiences or trauma. Helping patients work through life events is very rewarding, and so each day I work I'm excited to see what I can help with that day.
Job ID
2020-128003
Department
Behavioral Health
Facility
CHI Health Immanuel
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
This position is a Team Model comprised of nursing, mental health tech, peer specialist, therapist and recreational therapist. #missioncritical #NERN   Patient Population:Child / Adolescents/ Adults (General/Special Care Unit)/ Geriatric with primary psychiatric diagnosis or co-occurring substance abuse Compensation: Base rate + shift differential Incentives: $15,000 sign on bonus, up to $10,000 education assistance (must have graduated within 5 years)   - Tuition Reimbursement- $3000 for full time and $1500 for part time - CHI Health Psychiatric Fellowshipoffered for new nursing graduates and nurses new to behavioral health. - CHI Health Nurse Residencyoffered for all new RN graduates - Access to Behavioral health service line Resiliency Coordinator - Advanced Crisis Prevention Intervention Training with emphasis on verbal de-escalating crisis moments with no-restrictive techniques - Grow our own program forBehavioral Nurse Practitioner   Mental Health nursing offers a completely different experience than caring for patients with only physical health-related problems. It’s easy to forget that, in some cases, a patient’s decline in physical health can negatively impact their mental health as well, but that doesn’t mean their treatment is any less complex. Psych nursing offers skilled nurses the opportunity to care for vulnerable patients and themselves through self-reflection, and introspection. In essence, these nurses and patients find strength in each other.   Patients on this unit are dealing with difficult diagnoses. Our ideal nursing candidate will have the proven ability to exercise patience, flexibility, and careful listening when their efforts are often tested. This nurse will strive to calm patients when they become agitated, strengthen patients coping skills, and make it a build a therapeutic, meaningful relationship.   All Registered Nurses answer their call to care for others through education and training, but only a select few have the ability and confidence to test their preparation in a service line where challenges and the rewards run high. Rising to the occasion also opens advancement opportunities within the department.   If you are passionate about mental health and want to have a positive impact on our patient population, connect with CHI Health today!     Core Expectations: - Evaluate and treat mental health needs of patients - Collaborate with healthcare team members and physicians to develop care plans - Support the personal care of psych patient population - Educate and support patients, their caregivers, and families - Maintains confidentiality and dignity of patients - Proven ability to exercise patience and understanding in high stress situations
Job ID
2020-136692
Department
Behavioral Health
Facility
CHI Health Good Samaritan
Shift
Night
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-KEARNEY
This position is a Team Model comprised of nursing, mental health tech, peer specialist, therapist and recreational therapist. #missioncritical #NERN   Patient Population:Geriatric with primary psychiatric diagnosis or co-occurring substance abuse Compensation: Base rate + shift differential Incentives: $7,500 sign on bonus, up to $10,000 education assistance (must have graduated within 5 years) - Tuition Reimbursement- $3000 for full time and $1500 for part time - CHI Health Psychiatric Fellowshipoffered for new nursing graduates and nurses new to behavioral health. - CHI Health Nurse Residencyoffered for all new RN graduates - Access to Behavioral health service line Resiliency Coordinator - Advanced Crisis Prevention Intervention Training with emphasis on verbal de-escalating crisis moments with no-restrictive techniques - Grow our own program forBehavioral Nurse Practitioner   Mental Health nursing offers a completely different experience than caring for patients with only physical health-related problems. It’s easy to forget that, in some cases, a patient’s decline in physical health can negatively impact their mental health as well, but that doesn’t mean their treatment is any less complex. Psych nursing offers skilled nurses the opportunity to care for vulnerable patients and themselves through self-reflection, and introspection. In essence, these nurses and patients find strength in each other.   Patients on this unit are dealing with difficult diagnoses. Our ideal nursing candidate will have the proven ability to exercise patience, flexibility, and careful listening when their efforts are often tested. This nurse will strive to calm patients when they become agitated, strengthen patients coping skills, and make it a build a therapeutic, meaningful relationship.   All Registered Nurses answer their call to care for others through education and training, but only a select few have the ability and confidence to test their preparation in a service line where challenges and the rewards run high. Rising to the occasion also opens advancement opportunities within the department.   If you are passionate about mental health and want to have a positive impact on our patient population, connect with CHI Health today!     Core Expectations: - Evaluate and treat mental health needs of patients - Collaborate with healthcare team members and physicians to develop care plans - Support the personal care of psych patient population - Educate and support patients, their caregivers, and families - Maintains confidentiality and dignity of patients - Proven ability to exercise patience and understanding in high stress situations       Hear from one of our own on why she is working in at a CHI Health Behavioral Unit: I would say my favorite part of my new job at CHI Health is being able to see patients improve over the course of their stay, and knowing that we made a difference in their life. I enjoy learning about what makes each person who they are, whether that be cultural influences, previous experiences or trauma. Helping patients work through life events is very rewarding, and so each day I work I'm excited to see what I can help with that day.
Job ID
2020-127400
Department
Behavioral Health
Facility
CHI Health Immanuel
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
Your time at work should be fulfilling. Rewarding. Inspiring. That’s what you’ll find when you join one of our non-profit CHI facilities across the nation. You’ll find challenging, rewarding work every day alongside people who have as much compassion as you. Join us and together we’ll create healthier, stronger communities. Imagine your career at Catholic Health Initiatives!  Job Responsibilities As a Registered Nurse, you will be responsible for delivering the highest quality patient care according to the specific orders of each patient’s individual physician. This will involve, utilizing your knowledge and skills to educate patients and their families on prevention and healthy habits. Additional responsibilities for this health care role include: - Monitoring patients’ conditions and assessing their needs - Collaborating with physicians and nurses to devise individualized care plans for patients - Administering patients’ medications and providing treatments according to physicians’ orders - Fostering a supportive and compassionate environment to care for patients and their families
Job ID
2020-111791
Department
Behavioral Health
Facility
CHI Health Lasting Hope
Shift
Night
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
This position is a Team Model comprised of nursing, mental health tech, peer specialist, therapist and recreational therapist. #missioncritical #NERN   Patient Population:Child / Adolescents/ Adults (General/Special Care Unit)/ Geriatric with primary psychiatric diagnosis or co-occurring substance abuse Compensation: Base rate + shift differential Incentives: $10,000 sign on bonus, up to $10,000 education assistance (must have graduated within 5 years)   - Tuition Reimbursement- $3000 for full time and $1500 for part time - CHI Health Psychiatric Fellowshipoffered for new nursing graduates and nurses new to behavioral health. - CHI Health Nurse Residencyoffered for all new RN graduates - Access to Behavioral health service line Resiliency Coordinator - Advanced Crisis Prevention Intervention Training with emphasis on verbal de-escalating crisis moments with no-restrictive techniques - Grow our own program forBehavioral Nurse Practitioner   Mental Health nursing offers a completely different experience than caring for patients with only physical health-related problems. It’s easy to forget that, in some cases, a patient’s decline in physical health can negatively impact their mental health as well, but that doesn’t mean their treatment is any less complex. Psych nursing offers skilled nurses the opportunity to care for vulnerable patients and themselves through self-reflection, and introspection. In essence, these nurses and patients find strength in each other.   Patients on this unit are dealing with difficult diagnoses. Our ideal nursing candidate will have the proven ability to exercise patience, flexibility, and careful listening when their efforts are often tested. This nurse will strive to calm patients when they become agitated, strengthen patients coping skills, and make it a build a therapeutic, meaningful relationship.   All Registered Nurses answer their call to care for others through education and training, but only a select few have the ability and confidence to test their preparation in a service line where challenges and the rewards run high. Rising to the occasion also opens advancement opportunities within the department.   If you are passionate about mental health and want to have a positive impact on our patient population, connect with CHI Health today!     Core Expectations: - Evaluate and treat mental health needs of patients - Collaborate with healthcare team members and physicians to develop care plans - Support the personal care of psych patient population - Educate and support patients, their caregivers, and families - Maintains confidentiality and dignity of patients - Proven ability to exercise patience and understanding in high stress situations
Job ID
2020-135335
Department
Behavioral Health
Facility
CHI Health Lasting Hope
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
This position is a Team Model comprised of nursing, mental health tech, peer specialist, therapist and recreational therapist. #missioncritical #NERN   Patient Population:Child / Adolescents/ Adults (General/Special Care Unit)/ Geriatric with primary psychiatric diagnosis or co-occurring substance abuse Compensation: Base rate + shift differential Incentives: $10,000 sign on bonus, up to $10,000 education assistance (must have graduated within 5 years)   - Tuition Reimbursement- $3000 for full time and $1500 for part time - CHI Health Psychiatric Fellowshipoffered for new nursing graduates and nurses new to behavioral health. - CHI Health Nurse Residencyoffered for all new RN graduates - Access to Behavioral health service line Resiliency Coordinator - Advanced Crisis Prevention Intervention Training with emphasis on verbal de-escalating crisis moments with no-restrictive techniques - Grow our own program forBehavioral Nurse Practitioner   Mental Health nursing offers a completely different experience than caring for patients with only physical health-related problems. It’s easy to forget that, in some cases, a patient’s decline in physical health can negatively impact their mental health as well, but that doesn’t mean their treatment is any less complex. Psych nursing offers skilled nurses the opportunity to care for vulnerable patients and themselves through self-reflection, and introspection. In essence, these nurses and patients find strength in each other.   Patients on this unit are dealing with difficult diagnoses. Our ideal nursing candidate will have the proven ability to exercise patience, flexibility, and careful listening when their efforts are often tested. This nurse will strive to calm patients when they become agitated, strengthen patients coping skills, and make it a build a therapeutic, meaningful relationship.   All Registered Nurses answer their call to care for others through education and training, but only a select few have the ability and confidence to test their preparation in a service line where challenges and the rewards run high. Rising to the occasion also opens advancement opportunities within the department.   If you are passionate about mental health and want to have a positive impact on our patient population, connect with CHI Health today!     Core Expectations: - Evaluate and treat mental health needs of patients - Collaborate with healthcare team members and physicians to develop care plans - Support the personal care of psych patient population - Educate and support patients, their caregivers, and families - Maintains confidentiality and dignity of patients - Proven ability to exercise patience and understanding in high stress situations
Job ID
2020-135330
Department
Behavioral Health
Facility
CHI Health Lasting Hope
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
This position is a Team Model comprised of nursing, mental health tech, peer specialist, therapist and recreational therapist. #missioncritical #NERN   Patient Population:Child / Adolescents/ Adults (General/Special Care Unit)/ Geriatric with primary psychiatric diagnosis or co-occurring substance abuse Compensation: Base rate + shift differential Incentives: $10,000 sign on bonus, up to $10,000 education assistance (must have graduated within 5 years)   - Tuition Reimbursement- $3000 for full time and $1500 for part time - CHI Health Psychiatric Fellowshipoffered for new nursing graduates and nurses new to behavioral health. - CHI Health Nurse Residencyoffered for all new RN graduates - Access to Behavioral health service line Resiliency Coordinator - Advanced Crisis Prevention Intervention Training with emphasis on verbal de-escalating crisis moments with no-restrictive techniques - Grow our own program forBehavioral Nurse Practitioner   Mental Health nursing offers a completely different experience than caring for patients with only physical health-related problems. It’s easy to forget that, in some cases, a patient’s decline in physical health can negatively impact their mental health as well, but that doesn’t mean their treatment is any less complex. Psych nursing offers skilled nurses the opportunity to care for vulnerable patients and themselves through self-reflection, and introspection. In essence, these nurses and patients find strength in each other.   Patients on this unit are dealing with difficult diagnoses. Our ideal nursing candidate will have the proven ability to exercise patience, flexibility, and careful listening when their efforts are often tested. This nurse will strive to calm patients when they become agitated, strengthen patients coping skills, and make it a build a therapeutic, meaningful relationship.   All Registered Nurses answer their call to care for others through education and training, but only a select few have the ability and confidence to test their preparation in a service line where challenges and the rewards run high. Rising to the occasion also opens advancement opportunities within the department.   If you are passionate about mental health and want to have a positive impact on our patient population, connect with CHI Health today!     Core Expectations: - Evaluate and treat mental health needs of patients - Collaborate with healthcare team members and physicians to develop care plans - Support the personal care of psych patient population - Educate and support patients, their caregivers, and families - Maintains confidentiality and dignity of patients - Proven ability to exercise patience and understanding in high stress situations
Job ID
2020-135334
Department
Behavioral Health
Facility
CHI Health Mercy Council Bluffs
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-COUNCIL BLUFFS
    PRINCIPLE RESPONSIBILITIES:   Assists the primary care physicians in recognizing, treating and managing mental health, substance use, and psychosocial issues.   Contribute and participate as a member of the primary care team.   Provide consultation and education/training to the primary care providers and staff to enhance their skill and effectiveness in treating mental health problems.   Provide brief, focused interventions for clients in need of mental health and substance use services within the primary care setting.   Advise and assist the primary care provider about the best place of service for patients with mental health/chemical dependency problems, either in the primary care setting or referral to specialty treatment.   Conduct brief screening or intake interviews to determine diagnoses and functional assessment to work with primary care physician to create and implement integrated care plans.    Provide crisis intervention services when required.   Assist in detection of high risk patients and develop collaborative plans to prevent worsening of conditions.   Work in conjunction with primary care provider, where indicated, to effect behavioral changes in patients with, or at risk for, physical disorders/medical conditions to help them make healthier lifestyle choices.  
Job ID
2020-142803
Department
Behavioral Health
Facility
CHI Health Clinic
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
Franciscan Medical Group is currently seeking a full-time Behavioral Health Specialist for the busy Franciscan Internal Medicine Practice in Federal Way. No weekends or organizationally recognized holidays required.    Job Summary: This job is responsible for coordinating and supporting mental health care with the assigned clinic(s) and for coordinating referrals to clinically-indicated services outside the clinic.  An incumbent functions as a core member of a Collaborative Care team that is made up of the patient’s primary care provider, a psychiatric consultant and, when available, other providers in the primary care clinic.  An incumbent may provide evidence-based treatments or consult with other mental health providers when such treatment is indicated. Essential Job Duties: Performs patient assessment/data collection, interprets findings and formulates treatment plans. - Reviews medical record/documentation prior to initial evaluation to familiarize self with patient’s history and obtains necessary information to perform a thorough, quality assessment. - Screens and assesses patients for common mental health and substance abuse disorders. - Selects and administers assessment tools according to standards as established by profession and department. - Assesses the clinical status of patients referred by primary care providers through brief consultative contacts. - Works with primary care provider to refer cases to mental health specialists and psychiatrist as appropriate. - Assists in the detection of “at risk” patients and development of plans to prevent further psychological or physical deterioration. Implements and updates psychosocial plan of care and treatment based on patient needs throughout patient’s course of care. - Works with primary care team and psychiatrist to treat and provide limited management of patients with chronic emotional and/or health problems efficiently and effectively. - Assists in preventing relapse or comorbidity in conditions that tend to recur over time. - Implements treatment through brief consultative and therapeutic contacts. - Regularly assesses clinical signs and symptoms to determine effectiveness of treatment, progress of patient towards goals, the need for modifying goals and treatment. - Conducts treatment according to established protocols or accepted clinical standards of practice. - Adheres to most recent treatment plan and documented frequency per evaluation/certification or reassessment/recertification. - Facilitates treatment plan changes (e.g. changes in medication, psychosocial treatments and/or appropriate referrals for services, etc.) for patients who are not improving as expected in consultation with the PCP and the psychiatric consultant. Works with treatment team to provide and manage treatment. - Supports and closely coordinates mental health care with the patient’s primary care provider and, when appropriate, other treating mental health providers. - Participates in regularly scheduled (usually weekly) caseload consultation with the psychiatric consultant and communicates resulting treatment recommendations to the patient’s PCP; focuses consultations focus on patients new to treatment or who are not improving as expected. - Supports psychotropic medication management prescribed by PCPs, focusing on treatment adherence, side effects and other complications, and effectiveness of treatment. - Provides or facilitates in-clinic or outside referrals to evidence-based psychosocial treatments (e.g, CBT, IPT) as clinically indicated. - Monitors patients (in person or by telephone) for changes in clinical symptoms and treatment side effects or complications. Provides effective psychotherapy and brief interventions within scope of practice. - Provides brief interventions using evidence-based techniques such as Behavioral Activation, Problem-Solving Treatment, Motivational Interviewing, or other treatments appropriate for primary care settings. - Completes relapse prevention plan with patients who are in remission. - Facilitates patient engagement and follow-up in care. Identifies and implements strategies to meet the educational needs of the patient/family/significant others as relates to psychological health and/or substance use.  - Teaches patients, families, and staff care, prevention, and treatment enhancement techniques for psychosocial/behavioral health issues. - Provide patient education about common mental health and substance abuse disorders and available treatment options. Designs effective curricula for education to address psychosocial/behavioral health issues in primary care and leads effective classes for staff/medical practitioners and other behavioral health providers. - Trains and teaches effective behavioral health interventions and the primary behavioral health model to medical practitioners and other behavioral health providers. Completes all required documentation, in an accurate and thorough manner, in accordance with CHI-FH and/or grant documentation standards. - Utilizes documentation that meets the accepted clinical, hospital and departmental standards and chart review criteria. - Completes documentation responsibilities in a timely manner according to hospital and departmental criteria. - Participates in chart review process and adjusts practices according to feedback as provided. - Tracks patient follow-up and clinical outcomes using a registry; documents in-person and telephone encounters in the registry and utilizes the system to identify and re-engage patients. - Documents patient progress and treatment recommendations in the registry so they can be easily shared with PCPs, the psychiatric consultant, and other treating providers. Monitors the site’s behavioral health capabilities, identifying issues related to patient services and makes recommendations for improvement. Cultural Sensitivity and Competence:  Demonstrates proper use of communication tools/materials for effective communication and understands how the culture(s) of patient populations can affect communication, collaboration and the provision of care, treatment and services.  Patient Population Served:  Demonstrates knowledge and proper skills associated with the department’s defined specific populations served.   Performs related duties as required.
Job ID
2020-140757
Department
Internal Medicine
Facility
CHI Franciscan Medical Group
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-FEDERAL WAY
  Behavioral Nurse – RN/LPN       This position is a Team Model comprised of nursing, mental health tech, peer specialist, therapist and recreational therapist. #missioncritical #NERN   Patient Population:Child / Adolescents/ Adults (General/Special Care Unit)/ Geriatric with primary psychiatric diagnosis or co-occurring substance abuse Compensation: Base rate + shift differential Incentives: $10,000 sign on bonus, up to $10,000 education assistance (must have graduated within 5 years)   - Tuition Reimbursement- $3000 for full time and $1500 for part time - CHI Health Psychiatric Fellowshipoffered for new nursing graduates and nurses new to behavioral health. - CHI Health Nurse Residencyoffered for all new RN graduates - Access to Behavioral health service line Resiliency Coordinator - Advanced Crisis Prevention Intervention Training with emphasis on verbal de-escalating crisis moments with no-restrictive techniques - Grow our own program forBehavioral Nurse Practitioner Mental Health nursing offers a completely different experience than caring for patients with only physical health-related problems. It’s easy to forget that, in some cases, a patient’s decline in physical health can negatively impact their mental health as well, but that doesn’t mean their treatment is any less complex. Psych nursing offers skilled nurses the opportunity to care for vulnerable patients and themselves through self-reflection, and introspection. In essence, these nurses and patients find strength in each other. Patients on this unit are dealing with difficult diagnoses. Our ideal nursing candidate will have the proven ability to exercise patience, flexibility, and careful listening when their efforts are often tested. This nurse will strive to calm patients when they become agitated, strengthen patients coping skills, and make it a build a therapeutic, meaningful relationship. All Registered Nurses answer their call to care for others through education and training, but only a select few have the ability and confidence to test their preparation in a service line where challenges and the rewards run high. Rising to the occasion also opens advancement opportunities within the department.If you are passionate about mental health and want to have a positive impact on our patient population, connect with CHI Health today!   - Core Expectations: - Evaluate and treat mental health needs of patients - Collaborate with healthcare team members and physicians to develop care plans - Support the personal care of psych patient population - Educate and support patients, their caregivers, and families - Maintains confidentiality and dignity of patients - Proven ability to exercise patience and understanding in high stress situations
Job ID
2020-137758
Department
Behavioral Health
Facility
CHI Health Lasting Hope
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
This position is a Team Model comprised of nursing, mental health tech, peer specialist, therapist and recreational therapist. #missioncritical #NERN   Patient Population:Child / Adolescents/ Adults (General/Special Care Unit)/ Geriatric with primary psychiatric diagnosis or co-occurring substance abuse Compensation: Base rate + shift differential Incentives: $10,000 sign on bonus, up to $10,000 education assistance (must have graduated within 5 years)   - Tuition Reimbursement- $3000 for full time and $1500 for part time - CHI Health Psychiatric Fellowshipoffered for new nursing graduates and nurses new to behavioral health. - CHI Health Nurse Residencyoffered for all new RN graduates - Access to Behavioral health service line Resiliency Coordinator - Advanced Crisis Prevention Intervention Training with emphasis on verbal de-escalating crisis moments with no-restrictive techniques - Grow our own program forBehavioral Nurse Practitioner Mental Health nursing offers a completely different experience than caring for patients with only physical health-related problems. It’s easy to forget that, in some cases, a patient’s decline in physical health can negatively impact their mental health as well, but that doesn’t mean their treatment is any less complex. Psych nursing offers skilled nurses the opportunity to care for vulnerable patients and themselves through self-reflection, and introspection. In essence, these nurses and patients find strength in each other. Patients on this unit are dealing with difficult diagnoses. Our ideal nursing candidate will have the proven ability to exercise patience, flexibility, and careful listening when their efforts are often tested. This nurse will strive to calm patients when they become agitated, strengthen patients coping skills, and make it a build a therapeutic, meaningful relationship. All Registered Nurses answer their call to care for others through education and training, but only a select few have the ability and confidence to test their preparation in a service line where challenges and the rewards run high. Rising to the occasion also opens advancement opportunities within the department.If you are passionate about mental health and want to have a positive impact on our patient population, connect with CHI Health today!   Core Expectations: - Evaluate and treat mental health needs of patients - Collaborate with healthcare team members and physicians to develop care plans - Support the personal care of psych patient population - Educate and support patients, their caregivers, and families - Maintains confidentiality and dignity of patients - Proven ability to exercise patience and understanding in high stress situations
Job ID
2020-139248
Department
Behavioral Health
Facility
CHI Health Immanuel
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
    Patient Population:Child / Adolescents/ Adults (General/Special Care Unit)/ Geriatric with primary psychiatric diagnosis or co-occurring substance abuse Compensation: Base rate + shift differential Incentives: $10,000 sign on bonus, up to $10,000 education assistance (must have graduated within 5 years)   - Tuition Reimbursement- $3000 for full time and $1500 for part time - CHI Health Psychiatric Fellowshipoffered for new nursing graduates and nurses new to behavioral health. - CHI Health Nurse Residencyoffered for all new RN graduates - Access to Behavioral health service line Resiliency Coordinator - Advanced Crisis Prevention Intervention Training with emphasis on verbal de-escalating crisis moments with no-restrictive techniques - Grow our own program forBehavioral Nurse Practitioner Mental Health nursing offers a completely different experience than caring for patients with only physical health-related problems. It’s easy to forget that, in some cases, a patient’s decline in physical health can negatively impact their mental health as well, but that doesn’t mean their treatment is any less complex. Psych nursing offers skilled nurses the opportunity to care for vulnerable patients and themselves through self-reflection, and introspection. In essence, these nurses and patients find strength in each other. Patients on this unit are dealing with difficult diagnoses. Our ideal nursing candidate will have the proven ability to exercise patience, flexibility, and careful listening when their efforts are often tested. This nurse will strive to calm patients when they become agitated, strengthen patients coping skills, and make it a build a therapeutic, meaningful relationship. All Registered Nurses answer their call to care for others through education and training, but only a select few have the ability and confidence to test their preparation in a service line where challenges and the rewards run high. Rising to the occasion also opens advancement opportunities within the department.If you are passionate about mental health and want to have a positive impact on our patient population, connect with CHI Health today!   - Core Expectations: - Evaluate and treat mental health needs of patients - Collaborate with healthcare team members and physicians to develop care plans - Support the personal care of psych patient population - Educate and support patients, their caregivers, and families - Maintains confidentiality and dignity of patients - Proven ability to exercise patience and understanding in high stress situations
Job ID
2020-140667
Department
Behavioral Health
Facility
CHI Health Immanuel
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
  Patient Population:Child / Adolescents/ Adults (General/Special Care Unit)/ Geriatric with primary psychiatric diagnosis or co-occurring substance abuse Compensation: Base rate + shift differential Incentives: $10,000 sign on bonus, up to $10,000 education assistance (must have graduated within 5 years)   - Tuition Reimbursement- $3000 for full time and $1500 for part time - CHI Health Psychiatric Fellowshipoffered for new nursing graduates and nurses new to behavioral health. - CHI Health Nurse Residencyoffered for all new RN graduates - Access to Behavioral health service line Resiliency Coordinator - Advanced Crisis Prevention Intervention Training with emphasis on verbal de-escalating crisis moments with no-restrictive techniques - Grow our own program forBehavioral Nurse Practitioner Mental Health nursing offers a completely different experience than caring for patients with only physical health-related problems. It’s easy to forget that, in some cases, a patient’s decline in physical health can negatively impact their mental health as well, but that doesn’t mean their treatment is any less complex. Psych nursing offers skilled nurses the opportunity to care for vulnerable patients and themselves through self-reflection, and introspection. In essence, these nurses and patients find strength in each other. Patients on this unit are dealing with difficult diagnoses. Our ideal nursing candidate will have the proven ability to exercise patience, flexibility, and careful listening when their efforts are often tested. This nurse will strive to calm patients when they become agitated, strengthen patients coping skills, and make it a build a therapeutic, meaningful relationship. All Registered Nurses answer their call to care for others through education and training, but only a select few have the ability and confidence to test their preparation in a service line where challenges and the rewards run high. Rising to the occasion also opens advancement opportunities within the department.If you are passionate about mental health and want to have a positive impact on our patient population, connect with CHI Health today!   - Core Expectations: - Evaluate and treat mental health needs of patients - Collaborate with healthcare team members and physicians to develop care plans - Support the personal care of psych patient population - Educate and support patients, their caregivers, and families - Maintains confidentiality and dignity of patients - Proven ability to exercise patience and understanding in high stress situations
Job ID
2020-137752
Department
Behavioral Health
Facility
CHI Health Lasting Hope
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
This position is a Team Model comprised of nursing, mental health tech, peer specialist, therapist and recreational therapist. #missioncritical #NERN   Patient Population:Child / Adolescents/ Adults (General/Special Care Unit)/ Geriatric with primary psychiatric diagnosis or co-occurring substance abuse Compensation: Base rate + shift differential Incentives: $15,000 sign on bonus, up to $10,000 education assistance (must have graduated within 5 years)   - Tuition Reimbursement- $3000 for full time and $1500 for part time - CHI Health Psychiatric Fellowshipoffered for new nursing graduates and nurses new to behavioral health. - CHI Health Nurse Residencyoffered for all new RN graduates - Access to Behavioral health service line Resiliency Coordinator - Advanced Crisis Prevention Intervention Training with emphasis on verbal de-escalating crisis moments with no-restrictive techniques - Grow our own program forBehavioral Nurse Practitioner Mental Health nursing offers a completely different experience than caring for patients with only physical health-related problems. It’s easy to forget that, in some cases, a patient’s decline in physical health can negatively impact their mental health as well, but that doesn’t mean their treatment is any less complex. Psych nursing offers skilled nurses the opportunity to care for vulnerable patients and themselves through self-reflection, and introspection. In essence, these nurses and patients find strength in each other. Patients on this unit are dealing with difficult diagnoses. Our ideal nursing candidate will have the proven ability to exercise patience, flexibility, and careful listening when their efforts are often tested. This nurse will strive to calm patients when they become agitated, strengthen patients coping skills, and make it a build a therapeutic, meaningful relationship. All Registered Nurses answer their call to care for others through education and training, but only a select few have the ability and confidence to test their preparation in a service line where challenges and the rewards run high. Rising to the occasion also opens advancement opportunities within the department.If you are passionate about mental health and want to have a positive impact on our patient population, connect with CHI Health today!     - Core Expectations:  - Evaluate and treat mental health needs of patients - Collaborate with healthcare team members and physicians to develop care plans - Support the personal care of psych patient population - Educate and support patients, their caregivers, and families - Maintains confidentiality and dignity of patients - Proven ability to exercise patience and understanding in high stress situations
Job ID
2020-137309
Department
Behavioral Health
Facility
CHI Health Good Samaritan
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-GRAND ISLAND
  Patient Population:Child / Adolescents/ Adults (General/Special Care Unit)/ Geriatric with primary psychiatric diagnosis or co-occurring substance abuse Compensation: Base rate + shift differential Incentives: $15,000 sign on bonus, up to $10,000 education assistance (must have graduated within 5 years)   - Tuition Reimbursement- $3000 for full time and $1500 for part time - CHI Health Psychiatric Fellowshipoffered for new nursing graduates and nurses new to behavioral health. - CHI Health Nurse Residencyoffered for all new RN graduates - Access to Behavioral health service line Resiliency Coordinator - Advanced Crisis Prevention Intervention Training with emphasis on verbal de-escalating crisis moments with no-restrictive techniques - Grow our own program forBehavioral Nurse Practitioner Mental Health nursing offers a completely different experience than caring for patients with only physical health-related problems. It’s easy to forget that, in some cases, a patient’s decline in physical health can negatively impact their mental health as well, but that doesn’t mean their treatment is any less complex. Psych nursing offers skilled nurses the opportunity to care for vulnerable patients and themselves through self-reflection, and introspection. In essence, these nurses and patients find strength in each other. Patients on this unit are dealing with difficult diagnoses. Our ideal nursing candidate will have the proven ability to exercise patience, flexibility, and careful listening when their efforts are often tested. This nurse will strive to calm patients when they become agitated, strengthen patients coping skills, and make it a build a therapeutic, meaningful relationship. All Registered Nurses answer their call to care for others through education and training, but only a select few have the ability and confidence to test their preparation in a service line where challenges and the rewards run high. Rising to the occasion also opens advancement opportunities within the department.If you are passionate about mental health and want to have a positive impact on our patient population, connect with CHI Health today!       - Core Expectations:  - Evaluate and treat mental health needs of patients - Collaborate with healthcare team members and physicians to develop care plans - Support the personal care of psych patient population - Educate and support patients, their caregivers, and families - Maintains confidentiality and dignity of patients - Proven ability to exercise patience and understanding in high stress situations
Job ID
2020-142791
Department
Behavioral Health
Facility
CommonSpirit Health National Offices
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-Kearney
This position is a Team Model comprised of nursing, mental health tech, peer specialist, therapist and recreational therapist. #missioncritical #NERN   Patient Population:Child / Adolescents/ Adults (General/Special Care Unit)/ Geriatric with primary psychiatric diagnosis or co-occurring substance abuse Compensation: Base rate + shift differential Incentives: $15,000 sign on bonus, up to $10,000 education assistance (must have graduated within 5 years)   - Tuition Reimbursement- $3000 for full time and $1500 for part time - CHI Health Psychiatric Fellowshipoffered for new nursing graduates and nurses new to behavioral health. - CHI Health Nurse Residencyoffered for all new RN graduates - Access to Behavioral health service line Resiliency Coordinator - Advanced Crisis Prevention Intervention Training with emphasis on verbal de-escalating crisis moments with no-restrictive techniques - Grow our own program forBehavioral Nurse Practitioner Mental Health nursing offers a completely different experience than caring for patients with only physical health-related problems. It’s easy to forget that, in some cases, a patient’s decline in physical health can negatively impact their mental health as well, but that doesn’t mean their treatment is any less complex. Psych nursing offers skilled nurses the opportunity to care for vulnerable patients and themselves through self-reflection, and introspection. In essence, these nurses and patients find strength in each other. Patients on this unit are dealing with difficult diagnoses. Our ideal nursing candidate will have the proven ability to exercise patience, flexibility, and careful listening when their efforts are often tested. This nurse will strive to calm patients when they become agitated, strengthen patients coping skills, and make it a build a therapeutic, meaningful relationship. All Registered Nurses answer their call to care for others through education and training, but only a select few have the ability and confidence to test their preparation in a service line where challenges and the rewards run high. Rising to the occasion also opens advancement opportunities within the department.If you are passionate about mental health and want to have a positive impact on our patient population, connect with CHI Health today!     Core Expectations:  - Evaluate and treat mental health needs of patients - Collaborate with healthcare team members and physicians to develop care plans - Support the personal care of psych patient population - Educate and support patients, their caregivers, and families - Maintains confidentiality and dignity of patients - Proven ability to exercise patience and understanding in high stress situations
Job ID
2020-138511
Department
Behavioral Health
Facility
CHI Health Good Samaritan
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-GRAND ISLAND
    This position is a Team Model comprised of nursing, mental health tech, peer specialist, therapist and recreational therapist. #missioncritical #NERN   Patient Population:Child / Adolescents/ Adults (General/Special Care Unit)/ Geriatric with primary psychiatric diagnosis or co-occurring substance abuse Compensation: Base rate + shift differential Incentives: $15,000 sign on bonus, up to $10,000 education assistance (must have graduated within 5 years)   - Tuition Reimbursement- $3000 for full time and $1500 for part time - CHI Health Psychiatric Fellowshipoffered for new nursing graduates and nurses new to behavioral health. - CHI Health Nurse Residencyoffered for all new RN graduates - Access to Behavioral health service line Resiliency Coordinator - Advanced Crisis Prevention Intervention Training with emphasis on verbal de-escalating crisis moments with no-restrictive techniques - Grow our own program forBehavioral Nurse Practitioner Mental Health nursing offers a completely different experience than caring for patients with only physical health-related problems. It’s easy to forget that, in some cases, a patient’s decline in physical health can negatively impact their mental health as well, but that doesn’t mean their treatment is any less complex. Psych nursing offers skilled nurses the opportunity to care for vulnerable patients and themselves through self-reflection, and introspection. In essence, these nurses and patients find strength in each other. Patients on this unit are dealing with difficult diagnoses. Our ideal nursing candidate will have the proven ability to exercise patience, flexibility, and careful listening when their efforts are often tested. This nurse will strive to calm patients when they become agitated, strengthen patients coping skills, and make it a build a therapeutic, meaningful relationship. All Registered Nurses answer their call to care for others through education and training, but only a select few have the ability and confidence to test their preparation in a service line where challenges and the rewards run high. Rising to the occasion also opens advancement opportunities within the department.If you are passionate about mental health and want to have a positive impact on our patient population, connect with CHI Health today!  \   - Core Expectations: - Evaluate and treat mental health needs of patients - Collaborate with healthcare team members and physicians to develop care plans - Support the personal care of psych patient population - Educate and support patients, their caregivers, and families - Maintains confidentiality and dignity of patients - Proven ability to exercise patience and understanding in high stress situations
Job ID
2020-137308
Department
Behavioral Health
Facility
CHI Health Good Samaritan
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-GRAND ISLAND
  This position is a Team Model comprised of nursing, mental health tech, peer specialist, therapist and recreational therapist. #missioncritical #NERN   Patient Population:Child / Adolescents/ Adults (General/Special Care Unit)/ Geriatric with primary psychiatric diagnosis or co-occurring substance abuse Compensation: Base rate + shift differential Incentives: $15,000 sign on bonus, up to $10,000 education assistance (must have graduated within 5 years)   - Tuition Reimbursement- $3000 for full time and $1500 for part time - CHI Health Psychiatric Fellowshipoffered for new nursing graduates and nurses new to behavioral health. - CHI Health Nurse Residencyoffered for all new RN graduates - Access to Behavioral health service line Resiliency Coordinator - Advanced Crisis Prevention Intervention Training with emphasis on verbal de-escalating crisis moments with no-restrictive techniques - Grow our own program forBehavioral Nurse Practitioner Mental Health nursing offers a completely different experience than caring for patients with only physical health-related problems. It’s easy to forget that, in some cases, a patient’s decline in physical health can negatively impact their mental health as well, but that doesn’t mean their treatment is any less complex. Psych nursing offers skilled nurses the opportunity to care for vulnerable patients and themselves through self-reflection, and introspection. In essence, these nurses and patients find strength in each other. Patients on this unit are dealing with difficult diagnoses. Our ideal nursing candidate will have the proven ability to exercise patience, flexibility, and careful listening when their efforts are often tested. This nurse will strive to calm patients when they become agitated, strengthen patients coping skills, and make it a build a therapeutic, meaningful relationship. All Registered Nurses answer their call to care for others through education and training, but only a select few have the ability and confidence to test their preparation in a service line where challenges and the rewards run high. Rising to the occasion also opens advancement opportunities within the department.If you are passionate about mental health and want to have a positive impact on our patient population, connect with CHI Health today!   - Core Expectations: - Evaluate and treat mental health needs of patients - Collaborate with healthcare team members and physicians to develop care plans - Support the personal care of psych patient population - Educate and support patients, their caregivers, and families - Maintains confidentiality and dignity of patients - Proven ability to exercise patience and understanding in high stress situations
Job ID
2020-138512
Department
Behavioral Health
Facility
CHI Health Good Samaritan
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-GRAND ISLAND
    Patient Population:Child / Adolescents/ Adults (General/Special Care Unit)/ Geriatric with primary psychiatric diagnosis or co-occurring substance abuse Compensation: Base rate + shift differential Incentives: $10,000 sign on bonus, up to $10,000 education assistance (must have graduated within 5 years)   - Tuition Reimbursement- $3000 for full time and $1500 for part time - CHI Health Psychiatric Fellowshipoffered for new nursing graduates and nurses new to behavioral health. - CHI Health Nurse Residencyoffered for all new RN graduates - Access to Behavioral health service line Resiliency Coordinator - Advanced Crisis Prevention Intervention Training with emphasis on verbal de-escalating crisis moments with no-restrictive techniques - Grow our own program forBehavioral Nurse Practitioner   Mental Health nursing offers a completely different experience than caring for patients with only physical health-related problems. It’s easy to forget that, in some cases, a patient’s decline in physical health can negatively impact their mental health as well, but that doesn’t mean their treatment is any less complex. Psych nursing offers skilled nurses the opportunity to care for vulnerable patients and themselves through self-reflection, and introspection. In essence, these nurses and patients find strength in each other.   Patients on this unit are dealing with difficult diagnoses. Our ideal nursing candidate will have the proven ability to exercise patience, flexibility, and careful listening when their efforts are often tested. This nurse will strive to calm patients when they become agitated, strengthen patients coping skills, and make it a build a therapeutic, meaningful relationship.   All Registered Nurses answer their call to care for others through education and training, but only a select few have the ability and confidence to test their preparation in a service line where challenges and the rewards run high. Rising to the occasion also opens advancement opportunities within the department.   If you are passionate about mental health and want to have a positive impact on our patient population, connect with CHI Health today!     Core Expectations: - Evaluate and treat mental health needs of patients - Collaborate with healthcare team members and physicians to develop care plans - Support the personal care of psych patient population - Educate and support patients, their caregivers, and families - Maintains confidentiality and dignity of patients - Proven ability to exercise patience and understanding in high stress situations
Job ID
2020-143378
Department
Behavioral Health
Facility
CHI Health Immanuel
Shift
Night
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
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