Fairmount Behavioral Health System is currently looking for a Registered Nurse to fill our full time 12 hour shift position (3 days a week, 7pm-7:30am). This position is on one of our inpatient adult psychiatric units. There is no weekend requirement with this position.
The Registered Nurse/Charge Nurse supervises the delivery of nursing care provided by professional and support nursing staff on a designated unit. Care is provided in a manner consistent with the philosophy and objectives of Fairmount Behavioral Health System and the ANA Standards of Practice for Psychiatric Mental Health Care. The RN/Charge Nurse prescribes, coordinates, and delegates care utilizing the nursing process which is integrated into the multidisciplinary treatment team plan of care. The RN/Charge Nurse is accountable for nursing care activities on a shift basis and is responsible for promoting and enhancing professional nursing practice on the unit.
Fairmount Behavioral Health offers competitive employee benefits including but not limited to; Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance. 401K with company match and a stock option plan. Tuition reimbursement and a wide variety of other benefit options.
Located on a beautiful 27-acre wooded campus, Fairmount Behavioral Health System is the largest freestanding behavioral health hospital in Southeastern Pennsylvania. Fairmount is a private 239-bed behavioral health facility that specializes in treatment for children, adolescents and adults. We provide acute inpatient psychiatric, residential drug/alcohol detoxification and rehabilitation and acute partial hospitalization programs. We are now offering Gender-Responsive and Trauma-Informed Treatment for Adolescent Girls and Adult Women. For 90 years, Fairmount has been a major regional resource for individuals experiencing psychiatric, behavioral or addiction issues.
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