$500 Recruitment Incentive for employee who recruited new hire
Division: Waiver Home Program, Eagle Lake
Type: Full Time and Part Time
Northern Maine General is seeking a Direct Support Professional to be part of our Waiver Home Program in Eagle Lake. DSPs work under the supervision of the Residential Manager and participate in the treatment, planning, and provision of needed services for adults with intellectual and physical disabilities. DSPs must be motivated, self-starters, have a strong work ethic, enjoy connecting with people, and enjoy assisting people to pursue their interests and develop relationships in their communities. The desired candidate must have a high school diploma or equivalent, a valid driver's license, a good driving record, and the ability to drive per NMG's regulations and agreements. No prior experience is necessary and training will be provided.
Division: Outpatient Therapy Services, Aroostook County
Type: Full Time
Northern Maine General is seeking a highly motivated, team-based individual to serve as an Outpatient Clinical Social Worker in Aroostook County. LCSWs provide comprehensive assessments and therapy for children, adults, and families. The desired candidate must have a Maine State Board of Social Work License as a LCSW and be willing to travel on occasion. There is flexibility to work from office, or work remotely with occasional in-person office meetings
Northern Maine General is seeking a full time Director of Nursing (DON) for its long term care facility, Mercy Home. The DON is responsible for planning, organizing, developing, and directing the overall operation of the Mercy Home's direct care department in accordance with federal, state, and local standards. Under the direction of the Administrator and Medical Director, the DON is to ensure that the highest degree of quality care is maintained at all times on the nursing, skilled, and residential care units.
Specifically, the DON must recruit, hire, train, retain, and schedule sufficient and competent personnel to meet the residents' and overall facility's needs as defined by regulations. The DON must regularly observe, communicate with, and support direct care staff to meet the changing needs of the resident and the facility. The DON must assure that all resident care/treatment is appropriately provided, as agreed by the team, and accurately documented in accordance with policy and regulation. The DON must provide direct nursing care as necessary and must assure that work responsibilities are covered in his/her absence, to include the presence of at least one competent full time staff that is trained to be in a "Charge" position. Candidate must be flexible and adaptable to change, in order to effectively carry out Management duties.
Candidate must possess, as a minimum:
· an Associate's Degree in Nursing from an accredited college or university
· a current, unencumbered, active license to practice as a Registered Nurse in the State of Maine
· 2 years of experience as a Nurse in a long-term care facility
- FLEXIBILITY: LARGE ENOUGH ORGANIZATION TO OFFER A VARIETY OF POSITIONS IN WHICH TO FIND THE RIGHT SCHEDULING AND PERSONAL FIT
- FAIR AND COMPETITIVE WAGES BY INDUSTRY
- HEALTH INSURANCE WITH SOME VISION
- DENTAL INSURANCE
- LIFE INSURANCE
- SHORT-TERM DISABILITIES INSURANCE
- EXCELLENT TRAINING IN TRANSFERABLE SKILLS
- EARNED TIME STARTS ACCRUING UPON HIRE, UP TO 26 DAYS AFTER FIRST YEAR
- POOL AND GYM MEMBERSHIP FOR EMPLOYEE AND FAMILY
- 403b RETIREMENT PLAN: 5% RETURN ON MONEY INVESTED IN FIRST SEVEN YEARS
- STUDENT LOAN FORGIVENESS PLANS
- TUITION REIMBURSEMENT, AND STIPENDS FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION AND SUPPLIES
- VARIETY OF DISCOUNTS, SUCH AS VERIZON AND UNITED INSURANCE
- MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
- CELLPHONE REIMBURSEMENT
Northern Maine General (NMG) is currently seeking individuals or families interested in supporting an adult with intellectual disabilities or autistic disorders. There is a need for Shared Living Providers (SLP) from Fort Kent to Portage. The primary provider must be at least 21 years of age.There are two models of shared living:
- The adult seeking services moves in with the SLP.
- The SLP moves in with the adult seeking services.
Shared Living allows an adult with disabilities to live in a family-style setting and become a member of the household, the family, and their community. The SLP might help the person with their medical appointments, administer their medications, help them complete their daily living skills, and support them to be involved in their community.
The SLP must enter a contracted agreement with an oversight agency to provide services. They must become a Certified Direct Support Professional and comply with the Shared Living Handbook provided by the Department of Health and Human Services. The contract includes a monetary stipend for the service provided.
For information, please contact Lauri Raymond at (207) 444-5152.
NMG is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer