Recognized by the Boston Globe as one of the Top Places To Work, Bay Cove Human Services is a private, not-for-profit corporation that provides a wide variety of services to individuals and their families who face the life-long challenges of developmental disabilities, aging, mental illness and drug and alcohol addiction. We have a wide variety of programs available to our clients including residential services, employment support, and day habilitation programs. Bay Cove's 2,000 highly trained employees serve more than 20,000 individuals and their families each year at more than 160 different program sites throughout Greater Boston and southeastern Massachusetts.
Per Diem Dosing Nurse (Treatment Center, Boston)
Schedule: Per Diem
Assessment of each client for appropriateness to receive methadone dose Accurate use of breathalyzer Accurate dose preparation Accurate preparation of take home doses Documentation of all medication dispensed Proper documentation of spilled, wasted medication Maintain safety (alarm, safe, dosing only with security staff present) Maintain professional boundaries Able to set consistent limits with clients Accurate documentation of methadone inventory Follow policies and procedures as outlined in Nursing Manual Provide health education as needed Maintain Universal Precautions
Current RN or LPN license in Massachusetts One year substance abuse or psychiatric experience preferred Current CPR certification
Driving License Required? No
Excellent benefits package including health and dental insurance, 403(b) retirement plan, tuition reimbursement/remission, paid vacation & holidays, sick time pay, and employee referral bonuses.
Bay Cove Human Services, 66 Canal Street, Boston, MA 02114
Bay Cove is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer
Additional Salary Information: To Be Determined
Internal Number: #8910
About Bay Cove Human Services
Bay Cove is one of the largest human services agencies in Metro Boston and provides a variety of services to individuals and their families who face the life-long challenges of mental illness, drug and alcohol addiction, developmental disabilities and aging.