Correct Care Recovery Solutions (CCRS) has partnered with the Massachusetts Department of Corrections to comprehensively manage and provide medical and mental health care, forensic mental health evaluation and treatment, substance abuse treatment and dental services to patients at Bridgewater State Hospital. CCRS is seeking qualified professionals to be part of this innovative program that will deliver care in accordance with a person-centered, trauma-informed recovery/resiliency philosophy. CCRS’ overall goal is to improve patients’ levels of functioning and wellness for a successful recovery and discharge from the hospital. CCRS has several exciting employment opportunities based at Bridgewater State Hospital for individuals to work alongside visionary leaders committed to improving public health. When you work at a CCRS facility, you have an opportunity to make a difference every single day.
Our Nursing Manager is responsible for the direct clinical and administrative oversight of the assigned unit(s). Provides supervision of nursing staff for the provision of a nursing process that assesses, plans, implements, and evaluates a comprehensive nursing care plan. Participates in staff development and performance improvement activities as assigned. Initiates, participates and fosters interdisciplinary team to facilitate the best patient experience and positive clinical outcome.
Education for Nurse Manager:
- Graduation from an accredited college or university preferred.
Experience for Nurse Manager:
- A minimum of three (3) years' experience as a staff Registered Nurse in a psychiatric setting is required, with an additional two (2) to three (3) years’ leadership experience preferred.
- Regulatory agency knowledge of Joint Commission and other agencies overseeing BSH, and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) experience preferred.
Licenses/Certifications for Nurse Manager:
- Must hold a current License as a Registered Nurse in the state of Massachusetts.
- Specialty certification preferred.
- Must be CPR certified at the time of commencing employment.
- Plans, coordinates, and supervises the delivery of nursing care by licensed nurses and residential treatment assistants for assigned units. Assigns responsibilities to nursing staff, supervises their documentation within the medical record, and oversees the therapeutic environment of the units.
- Monitors staffing and scheduling, manages human resources and materials, and communicates and collaborates with other departments, facilities, patients, their families, or visitors.
- Provides direct supervision and directs service delivery at the unit level. Motivates staff, guides problem identification and solving, and facilitates constructive resolution of conflict. Demonstrates knowledge of standards, regulatory agency requirements, and recovery planning. Conducts unit staff meetings with a staff training component.
- Evaluates staff on assigned unit utilizing performance evaluation tools. Generates reports relating to delivery of healthcare. Collects data and formulates analyses and action plans.
- Monitors, reports, and assists with resolution of safety issues.
- The above responsibilities are a highlight of responsibilities and not a full list. Other responsibilities may be performed as assigned.