Arbour-HRI Hospital is seeking a Part-time, evening shift Mental Health Worker to 16 hours per week . The evening shift is 3:00pm to 11:30pm. Individuals applying to this position must be able to commit to a week and a half long, 9am to 5pm, orientation. Mental Health Workers receive an hourly shift differential on the evening shift, as well as a weekend shift differential on top of that.
Who We Are
Arbour-HRI Hospital is 62-bed psychiatric facility with adult inpatient services and several partial hospitalization programs. We are part of the largest private mental health system in Massachusetts and can therefore provide competitive salaries, benefits, and opportunities for growth and development. At the same time, the smaller size of our facility allows us to provide personalized attention and training to all our employees. Employees are part of a multi-disciplinary team of dynamic professionals providing high quality care to a diverse inpatient and outpatient group of individuals. We are located in Brookline - right near Boston University and Coolidge Corner - and provide easy access to public transportation and free parking. Employees are our most valued asset and we encourage qualified individuals to apply.
Who You Are
It's the opportunity to make a difference that drives you. It's taking the time to really listen to a patient so you can do your best to help. It's the camaraderie among professionals who push you further than you ever thought you could go. You are physically and mentally fit and have what it takes to care for patients of all ages. You are as equally diligent and attentive during quiet times as you are in a crisis situation. Your satisfaction comes from a patient's noticeable progress or a sincere word of thanks from your patient's family. It's these experiences that solidify your dedication to helping others.
As a Mental Health Worker, you will:
Monitor patient safety
Assist nursing staff with patient treatment procedures
Ensure a safe and therapeutic environment
Provide routine patient care as required in a psychiatric environment
Document and communicate unusual or erratic changes in client behaviors