Registered Nurse (RN) - Child/Adolescent Day Treatment ProgramUniversal Health Services, Inc. (UHS)
Registered Nurse (RN) Child/Adolescent Day Treatment Program Prairie St. John's, a 110-bed psychiatric care facility located in Fargo, North Dakota, has been providing services for children, adolescents, adults, and seniors to address behavioral health and substance use challenges since 1997. Prairie offers a full-service Continuum of Care including inpatient hospitalization, day treatment, residential treatment, intensive outpatient services and clinic services. We are the largest, free-standing behavioral health facility in the region. Prairie St. John's is currently seeking a Registered Nurse (RN) to join our child and adolescent day treatment team! Ideal Registered Nurse (RN) candidates have: good communication and relationship skills; ability to set boundaries, hold confidences, establish and maintain trust; social maturity, emotional stability, self-confidence and assertiveness! Qualified candidates must have at least 2 years of behavioral health experience. Position Highlights Team Based : Registered Nurses (RN) work with a highly skilled treatment team to complete assessments and evaluations, provide group therapy and case management, and develop both treatment and discharge plans. Market Leader : Prairie St. John's is the region's largest, free-standing behavioral health facility offering a full Continuum of Care to people of all ages. Professional Growth: Grow with us as we develop new services to best suit the needs of our patients and the community. Make a Difference : This is an opportunity for an individual to develop skills to get patients with behavioral health and substance use challenges back to the life they want to live! This position will be scheduled Monday through Friday and two holidays per year. ,@type:JobPosting,responsibilities:,validThrough:2018-06-13T04:00:00Z,title:Registered Nurse (RN) - Child/Adolescent Day Treatment Program,datePosted:2018-05-14T06:53:45Z}
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