Looking for a career that is rewarding both personally and professionally?
The Carolina Center for Behavioral Health is South Carolinaâ€™s leader in inpatient and outpatient psychiatric and substance use disorder services. Conveniently located off of I-85 at exit 56 in Greer, our team of 300+ high-quality employees describe working here as â€œlike family,â€� â€œsupportive,â€� and â€œlife-changing.â€� Our registered nurses, mental health technicians, psychiatrists, nurse practitioners and therapists serve hundreds of adults, senior adults, and adolescents each month with the common goal of bringing hope back to their lives. There is meaning in this work and thatâ€™s why many of our employees say they found their calling at The Carolina Center. Find out more at www.thecarolinacenter.com.
We are currently looking for a part-time ECT Nurse RN to join our team of dedicated professionals.
assess for pain in adolescent, adult and geriatric patients and either administer the appropriate treatment for the level of pain, or communicate assessment to appropriate staff, as well as educate the patient about the pain and treatment.
Maintains desirable pattern of attendance, punctuality, and productivity.
Participates in activities which enhance professional growth and development.
Demonstrates conduct in keeping with CCBHâ€™s ethical standards.
Complies with facility safety, infection control and security program.
Supports facility service excellence standards.
Follows ECT policies and procedures.
Able to fill in for ECT Unit Coordinator when required.
QUALIFICATIONS AT ENTRY:
Must possess current RN license in the state of practice. Must demonstrate sound leadership skill and utilize these skills in organizing the activities and schedules for medical and/or non-medical tasks of the patient population for a given shift.Â Must have a record of consistently high quality of clinical and interpersonal skills to be an exemplary role model to others.Â Displays basic knowledge of treatment procedures; displays knowledge of interventions common to acute psychotic as well as to non-violent crisis intervention practice; basic knowledge of abnormal psychology and application of this knowledge through the provision of nursing care; basic knowledge of medical terminology especially those terms associated with the treatment of psychiatric and addictive disease care; thorough familiarity of psycho-pharmacy and the use of psychotropic medications as a part of the treatment of psychiatric and addictive disease care; basic teaching and training skills; skill inÂ facilitating or co-facilitation psycho-educational groups, eligible for CPR certification; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with peers; flexibility regarding schedule and work assignment; willingness to maintain all medical/treatment as highly confidential.
In the absence of any of these qualifications upon hire, with the exclusion of licensure, employee must demonstrate the ability to learn these concepts and develop these skills within a reasonable time frame via the organizationâ€™s orientation and training program.