Psychiatric Advanced Practice Nurse w/ Sign On Bonus and Student Loan Reimbursement
Direct Care and Treatment, MN Department of Human Services
August 3, 2018
130k - 140k
Full Time - Experienced
Advanced Practice Registered Nurses / Physician Assistants
Exciting Psychiatric Advanced Practice Nursing Opportunities!
Applicants may be eligible for a hiring bonus up to $2,500, plus an additional $30,000 in student loan reimbursement!
About the Organization:
Community Behavioral Health Hospital (CBHH) is a small, state-of-the-art, inpatient psychiatric treatment facility that provides a safe environment for adults in acute psychiatric states. With 16 beds, the hospital offers an array of services in a community based setting. Our mental health treatment and programming utilizes a person-centered framework. We routinely involve the patient, their family and multiple community resources in treatment planning and implementation. The interdisciplinary treatment team includes a psychiatrist, nurses, advanced practice registered nurses, psychologist, social workers, and rehabilitation therapists. In our small hospitals, the average length of stay is around 30 days, and admissions average about 1 per day.
About the Opportunity:
The highly motived and talented Psychiatric Advanced Practice Nurses at Rochester Community Behavioral Health Hospital, provide outstanding primary health care which is comprehensive, continuous and individualized in collaboration with the Medical Director, consulting physicians and other health care professionals assigned patients. Nurses also provide professional input as an affiliate member of medical staff. In addition to providing education and training opportunities to staff and clients as requested by the Medical Director. Advanced Practice Nursing opportunities include full-time, part-time, and intermittent positions to work either the rotating day-evening shift or overnight shift. Be part of a team that works continually to improve and excel in the mental health care field!
The city of Rochester has a population that is pushing 100,000 and has been voted by money magazine onto their “best places to live” list and is also the third largest city in the state of Minnesota. The city is known for its large and diverse medical community offering many opportunities to network with your peers in psychiatry and other medical specialties. There is also an international airport located only eight miles south of the city and the Twin Cities metropolitan area of Minneapolis and St. Paul is a quick drive of just 83 miles north.
The State of Minnesota offers excellent employee benefits, such as a hiring incentives, student loan reimbursement program and relocation reimbursement. We believe and practice work- life balance! Other benefits would include:
Health and dental insurance
11 paid holidays per year
Health care saving plan
Affordable dependent care
Pension and retirement saving plan
Master’s degree from an accredited School of Nursing with ANCC certification as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner or Clinical Nurse Specialist.
Licensed or license eligible as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner in MN.
Authorization from the MN Board of Nursing to prescribe drugs and therapeutic devices.
Make a difference in someone’s life. Become a member of the Community Behavioral Health Hospital team!
Internal Number: 4477
About Direct Care and Treatment, MN Department of Human Services
Direct Care and Treatment a division within the Department of Human Services (DHS) operates an array of residential and treatment programs serving people with mental illness, developmental disabilities and chemical dependency. Currently, about 3,500 employees provide these services at nearly 200 sites statewide (PDF). Admission to these programs is by referral. Referrals generally come from county social services, the courts or other health care providers. About 11,000 people receive direct care services from the department each year..