Richmond Behavioral Health Authority is seeking an innovative and progressive Nurse Manager II or III to manage nursing services for our residential withdrawal management and treatment programs for individuals with substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders.This position will perform complex professional and advanced human support work in the care and treatment of patients in a public health program, planning, organizing and supervising the daily operation of assigned program and staff, ensuring programs meet client needs within regulatory requirements, monitoring contracts, monitoring program budgets, preparing and maintaining files and records, preparing reports, and related work as apparent or assigned. Work is performed under the general direction of the assigned Director. Supervision is exercised over subordinate personnel.
Provides clinical nursing and administrative supervision of staff to include staff on withdrawal management unit and nursing staff assigned to other North Campus programs; assists with the recruitment and selection of program staff; assigns, directs, trains and inspects the work of personnel; disciplines, coaches, counsels and evaluates staff performance; recommends suspensions, termination, promotion and demotion; develops staff schedules, monitors and approves leave, prepares and submits timesheets for payroll.
Monitors staff compliance with contracts, grants, and Authority policies and procedures; monitors and evaluates program operations, processes and activities for quality and licensure compliance.
Participates in the development of overall program curriculum ensuring compliance with Federal, State and local regulatory guidelines; assists with development of policies, procedures and program protocol/guidelines.
Assists in the development of revenue generating activities; develops and monitors program budget and expenditures; makes budget adjustments as required; prepares and reviews invoices and reimbursement requests.
Prepares and submits reports; monitors and reports outcome measures related to grant funded projects; maintains contracts and MOA's with community partners.
Collaborates with treatment teams to ensure individual service plans are tailored to meet the needs of each client, that they are appropriately implemented by staff and that they utilize appropriate community partners; assists with crisis intervention and prevention activities.
Provides directly, schedules or arranges and supervises nursing services to clients involving intake, and treatment planning; performs evaluations and manages client medications; reviews and documents direct and patient related services; prepares progress notes and evaluations.
Establishes and modifies treatment plans; monitors client's response to treatment including medication side effects and adverse reactions.
Orders and manages program medical supplies; stocks medications.
Administers injections and completes lab work.
Educates clients on health promotion, prevention and treatment recommendations.
Provides and/or supervises supportive counseling and non-pharmacological strategies to manage symptoms.
Oversees the maintenance of program facilities, equipment and vehicles.
Identifies and coordinates training of staff and support needs of community partners.
Monitors clinical and medical records, practices and the collection of data for compliance with regulatory, reimbursement and agency standards; reviews documentation for accuracy.
Serves as a liaison to community partners; establishes and maintains community partnerships; assists with educating the community and service providers on program services.
Serves on a variety of committees; coordinates and plans meetings.
Attends various clinical trainings and in-services.
Participates in regional and State meetings regarding development and status of programs.
Provides consultations and training as required.