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Psychiatric RN Case Manager (Assertive Community Treatment-Hamilton County)
Apr 24, 2019

Full Time

Are you a registered nurse and want to help individuals in the community? We have a full benefits package and hours are Monday-Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm.

The ideal candidate will have a RN license BSN degree.  We will consider ASN applicants.  We offer rich tuition benefits to help you obtain your BSN or MSN degree.

ACT Team Members serve as members of a multidisciplinary team and provides services as both a specialist and a generalist to the all clients on the team. Clients on the ACT team are those who meet ACT Diagnostic criteria of severe mentally illness, whose functioning is significantly impaired by their mental illness and who have not been successful with traditional care management services. Clients may be dually diagnosed with a Co-occuring substance use disorder. The specialist role of the ACT Nurse implements and monitors a holistic plan of care for behavioral health patients.


Position Responsibilities:
  • Provides direct services to patients within a psychiatric nursing focus to include:
  • Medication education including names of medications, dosages, action, side effects, risks, visual identification of psychiatric medications and the affect of substance abuse, allergies, medical history and drug interactions.
  • Promotes holistic healthcare in collaboration with other disciplines. Takes the lead, along with the ACT Team Leader, in monitoring, collaborating and coordinating with Primary Care and Medical Specialists for chronic health conditions. Ensures medical appointments are scheduled and, along with team, ensures client attendance. Provides care coordination and attends medical appointments as needed. Assists patients with accessing/linking/utilizing community-based health and medical care resources. Works to ensure a smooth transition from inpatient care and recommends interventions to improve transition.
  • Gains knowledge of ACT, IDDT, IPS-SE and Housing First Evidenced Based Practices
  • Psychiatric medication administration including injections.
Position Requirements:
  • Licensed by the Ohio Board of Nursing as Registered Nurse required.
  • BSN strongly preferred.
  • Experience in working with persons who have a chronic mental illness preferred.
  • Position requires frequent driving of the employee’s personal vehicle.  A valid driver’s license, vehicle, and insurable driving record are required.
GCB has been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for the 9th straight year!  Please visit our website to learn more about GCB.  www.gcbhs.com
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Special Notes/Instructions
When applying, please indicate which county/location you prefer (we have an opening in Cincinnati and an opening in Amelia).
 
Contact Information
Cassidy Siler-Smith, HR Supervisor csiler@gcbhs.com 513-354-7039

Contact Details

Cassidy Siler-Smith
Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health
csiler@gcbhs.com
5133547088