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St. Clair County Community Mental Health is seeking a full-time Registered Nurse to join our growing team!

Salary Range: $56,509.00 - $65,466.00 per year

37.5 Hour Work Week, Monday-Friday

An employee in this classification is required to perform some or all of the following duties, however these do not include all of the tasks which the employee may be expected to perform: complete and document comprehensive nursing assessment of needs of persons served; maintain accurate and timely records of persons served; develop goals and objectives in cooperation with persons served/family/support system and/or guardian, and other team members for appropriate plan; provide direct nursing services to persons served; consistently implement and follow Person Centered Planning process; provide observation and monitoring of nursing service/goal implementation and recommend improvement opportunities; coordinate/link with physicians within the community; provide training/education/consultation to persons served/family/support system, staff, and/or guardian to support Individual Plan of Service; maintain appropriate, accurate and timely documentation as determined by the Agency; assist in monitoring of medication effectiveness, and assisting with enabling person served to obtain/understand medications, during clinic, program or home contact; provide after hours interventions (urgent needs) when needed; comply with Transportation Policy (09-002-0010), Alcohol & Drug Testing Policy (06-001-0010) and Background Check Policy (06-001-0015), as well as supervisors/designee directives; maintain confidentiality.

An individual in this role has...

- Graduation from an accredited Nursing educational program
- Active Registered Nurse license from the State of Michigan
- Valid driver’s license
- Knowledge of current nursing practices and methods
- At least one (1) year experience in job related field
- Demonstration of ability to use Microsoft Office applications and Windows 10 programs
Must have access to transportation
- If using agency vehicles, you must pass random drug and alcohol screening

Some preferred skills/experience include...

- Bachelor’s and/or Master’s Degree
- At least three (3) years’ experience providing nursing services to mental health service recipients
- Demonstration of proficiency and experience working on an electronic health record system
- Knowledge of CMH system and operations
- Lived experience with behavioral health issues

Competitive full-time benefits include...

- Work/Life Balance Focus

- Blue Cross Blue Shield Medical Insurance

- Dental, Vision, Life, and Long Term Disability

- 457b Plan with up to 8% Employer Match

- Social Security Alternative Plan

- Flexible Scheduling, 37.5 Hour Work Week

- Paid Sick Time Credited Monthly

- Paid Vacation Time Credited Yearly

- 13 Paid Holidays Per Year

- Four (4) Paid Personal Days Per Year

- Employee Assistance Program

- Local YMCA Membership Discounts

- Semiannual All-Staff In-Services

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St. Clair County Community Mental Health is a county-based behavioral health provider. We offer services and supports to adults with mental illness, children with serious emotional disturbances, persons of all ages with intellectual/developmental disabilities, and persons of all ages with substance use disorders.

We have two guiding philosophies as an agency, the Recovery Model and Integrated Healthcare. The Recovery Model is the belief that all people have the capacity to grow, change and learn, regardless of their diagnosis; that all people have the ability to live a fulfilling life of their choosing. Integrated Healthcare refers to the mind/body connection. For a person to achieve wellness, whatever that might look like for them as an individual, we must manage and support both physical and behavioral health conditions. With an onsite health clinic and pharmacy at our main office, our ability to treat both mind and body is second to none.

As an organization, we believe that being on the forefront of developments in behavioral health care gives our staff the ability to advance and excel in their scope of practice as well as provide the very best outcomes for the people we serve.