BAMSI Nurse Manager in Stoughton, Massachusetts
$10, 000 New Hire sign on when hired for a Nurse Manger Postion!
$2,500 at 30 days, $2,500 after 6 months, $5,000 at 1 year.
40 hours - Schedule: M-F 7:30a-3:30p
BAMSI. Essential employees doing exceptional work.
BAMSI is now hiring LPNs and RNs for programs throughout Massachusetts. This is the perfect job for nurses who wish to truly know their patients and provide holistic health. Our nurses work with a team of caring and talented employees, providing medical care and fostering a social environment.
Join BAMSI, where employees turn houses into homes. We are looking to expand our family, a team of dedicated human service and healthcare professionals who support individuals with developmental disabilities, intellectual disabilities, acquired brain injuries, and medical complexities in their homes. Nurses will provide and coordinate medical care, assist with activities of daily living, foster community connections, and individuals with developing and maintaining meaningful relationships.
Tuition assistance and paid CEUs
403B plan with discretionary match
Flexible work schedules
Immediate access to your pay
Generous paid time off
Health/dental insurance, wellness activities, and more.
Massachusetts nursing license
Valid driver’s license and good driving record
Demonstrate proficiency in English
Able to lift, push and pull 25 pounds
Go to www.bamsi.org to apply. BAMSI will respond to all applicants within two business days
As a condition of employment, successful applicants will be required to have received COVID-19 vaccination or an approved exemption as of their start date. Details relating to demonstrating compliance with this requirement will be provided to applicants selected for employment. Applicants who receive an offer of employment who can provide documentation that the vaccine is medically contraindicated or who object to vaccination due to a sincerely held religious belief may make a request for exemption.
General Statement of Duties: As a lead member of the multi-disciplinary team, the nurse manager will ensure the health, safety and well-being of adults with disabilities and/or brain injuries living in a residential setting. The nurse manager will coordinate the health care needs of persons served and provide opportunities for social engagement, leisure time activities and skill building in a way that fosters growth, independence, dignity, choice and a meaningful life.
Follow the Department of Public Health’s (DPH) Medication Administration Program (MAP) policies. Administer medications and treatments as prescribed, utilizing the agency’s electronic health care record.
Track and order durable medical equipment and other medical supplies on a weekly, bi-weekly or monthly basis. Provide direct care while supporting person served abilities and encouraging maximum level of independence and safety with ADL’s.
Provide physical health assessments to make critical, timely decisions. Document all assessments in the data tracking logs and medical records.
Maintain ongoing professional communication, verbally and in writing, with all members of persons served team.
Coordinate and transport individuals to medical appointments. Advocate for best health related outcomes.
Collaborate with health care providers, and persons served team members, to develop and implement effective health care treatments and protocols. Encourage self-advocacy by persons served at appointments and engage individuals in developing their treatment plan.
Ensure individuals’ nutritional needs are met based on personal preferences and according to prescribed diet. Provide support with preparation and eating as necessary.Organize, assess, and appropriately utilize data, daily progress notes and staff log notes.
Liaison with hospitals and rehabilitation centers to ensure safe admissions and discharges.
Ensure Positive Behavior Supports (PBS), BAMSI’s framework for delivering clinical services, are implemented by offering choices and preferred routines, meeting needs, supporting individual’s goals, modeling pro-social behaviors, and maintaining professional boundaries.
Use communication systems suited to persons served needs, and promote independence through the use of assistive technology and cognitive supports.
Collaborate with the program manager to assist in planning safe activities, connecting and integrating individuals into their communities through social, spiritual, and recreational opportunities. Provide necessary support to ensure safety while in the community.
Maintain knowledge of ongoing program issues and communicate issues to supervisor or designee.
Adhere to submission deadlines for ISP related documents and incident reports based on funding source and agency timelines.
Review medical records and physician orders to ensure program compliance, updating information as needed.
Provide oversight of daily operations in the absence of supervisor or designee, as requested.
Execute duties to reflect reasonable safety standards. Universal/standard precautions must be utilized and training obtained in areas that constitute risk.
Assist with interviewing, hiring, and supervising nursing staff.
Collaborate with the program manager to provide guidance for direct care and nursing staff, including implementing recognition for staff achievements and the progressive disciplinary process.
Facilitate staff meetings and on-going program-specific medical trainings on diagnosis, protocols, safe care, and other heath related topics.
Work in collaboration with Relief and Per Diem staff, and their supervisors to provide training, supervision, and job development needs that arise.
Attend mandatory trainings and meetings. Disseminate training materials at the program level.
Perform other related duties as needed or as assigned by supervisor or designee.
Provide coverage at day habilitation programs or other residential programs as needed.
Provide 24 hour on-call, on a rotating basis, to ensure nursing coverage and optimal service delivery.
Rotate schedule to work holidays as needed.
Perform duties to reflect agency policies and procedures.
Licensed Practical Nurse or Registered Nurse in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
3 years of nursing experience and prior supervisory experience preferred
CPR certification required
Knowledge of the theories, methods, procedures, and practices of nursing care.
Must possess a valid driver's license in state of residence and satisfactory driving record
Basic computer literacy, including the ability to record data, use electronic time and attendance software, receive and send email, is required.
Ability to lift, transfer, push/pull, maneuver, and reposition 25 pounds.
Ability to reach, bend, stand, sit and walk; perform fine motor activities.
Work effectively in a moderate to occasionally loud work environment.
External Company Name: Brockton Area Multi-Services Inc.
External Company URL: http://www.bamsi.org/