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    Role Overview
    Chili's Managers are wired for hospitality! We're in the people business. So, we know how to make someone feel special, and our most successful Managers are passionate about connecting with Team Members and Guests. Our win-together atmosphere rewards teamwork, and a willingness to go above and beyond is always recognized and celebrated.
    For decades, Chili's has been known for our culture of fun. Simply put - we take our jobs seriously but not ourselves. Our Managers are hungry for top business results but also know how to have fun along the way. From leading the team through a high-energy shift to exceeding Guest expectations on every occasion to ensuring we meet our financial responsibilities, Managers are the critical link to making it all happen.
    Responsibilities
    Ensure a great Guest experience
    Role model and hold Team Members accountable to operational and quality standards
    Identify root cause of issues while being self-reflective and holding yourself accountable first, showing vulnerability and transparency
    Foster open communication between Team Members and Management
    Influence Team Member behaviors by championing change and restaurant initiatives
    Lead with heart and mind
    Drive business results by utilizing Chili's systems to effectively control costs
    Follow operational systems, such as our Manager Timeline and performing quality Line Checks
    Hire, train, retain, and develop Team Members to take on larger roles
    Drive Guest engagement within the four walls of the restaurant while developing relationships within the community
    Understand and practice safe food handling procedures
    Communicate and embody Chili's culture and Cultural Beliefs: Every Guest Counts, Food Perfection, Be Accountable, Play Restaurant
    About Us
    Chili's was born in Dallas, Texas in 1975. Since then, we've boldly claimed our place in the casual dining industry as the place to go for Big Mouth burgers, house smoked ribs, full on fajitas, and hand shaken margaritas! With a legacy deeply rooted in service, hospitality, and giving back, we are committed to delivering the best experience to every Guest, every day.
    About You
    Dependable team player
    Prefers to work in a fast-paced environment
    Great multitasking skills

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    Role Overview
    Chili's Managers are wired for hospitality! We're in the people business. So, we know how to make someone feel special, and our most successful Managers are passionate about connecting with Team Members and Guests. Our win-together atmosphere rewards teamwork, and a willingness to go above and beyond is always recognized and celebrated.
    For decades, Chili's has been known for our culture of fun. Simply put - we take our jobs seriously but not ourselves. Our Managers are hungry for top business results but also know how to have fun along the way. From leading the team through a high-energy shift to exceeding Guest expectations on every occasion to ensuring we meet our financial responsibilities, Managers are the critical link to making it all happen.
    Responsibilities
    Lead and direct the work of the Management team including scheduling, assigning responsibilities and setting expectations
    Manage performance of the Management team, including performance evaluations, coaching and accountability
    Plan and implement weekly, monthly and yearly financial budgets
    Oversee all operations to ensure a great Guest experience
    Role model and hold Team Members accountable to operational and quality standards
    Foster open communication between Team Members and Management team
    Influence Team Member behaviors by championing change and restaurant initiatives
    Drive business results by utilizing Chili's systems to effectively control costs
    Follow operational systems, such as our Manager Timeline and performing quality Line Checks
    Hire, train, retain, and develop Team Members to take on larger roles
    Drive Guest engagement within the four walls of the restaurant while developing relationships within the community
    Understand and practice safe food handling procedures
    Communicate and embody Chili's culture and Cultural Beliefs: Every Guest Counts, Food Perfection, Be Accountable and Play Restaurant
    About Us
    Chili's was born in Dallas, Texas in 1975. Since then, we've boldly claimed our place in the casual dining industry as the place to go for Big Mouth burgers, house smoked ribs, full on fajitas, and hand shaken margaritas! With a legacy deeply rooted in service, hospitality, and giving back, we are committed to delivering the best experience to every Guest, every day.
    About You
    Dependable team player
    Prefers to work in a fast-paced environment
    Great multitasking skills

  • C

    Role Overview
    Chili's Managers are wired for hospitality! We're in the people business. So, we know how to make someone feel special, and our most successful Managers are passionate about connecting with Team Members and Guests. Our win-together atmosphere rewards teamwork, and a willingness to go above and beyond is always recognized and celebrated.
    For decades, Chili's has been known for our culture of fun. Simply put - we take our jobs seriously but not ourselves. Our Managers are hungry for top business results but also know how to have fun along the way. From leading the team through a high-energy shift to exceeding Guest expectations on every occasion to ensuring we meet our financial responsibilities, Managers are the critical link to making it all happen.
    Responsibilities
    Lead and direct the work of the Management team including scheduling, assigning responsibilities and setting expectations
    Manage performance of the Management team, including performance evaluations, coaching and accountability
    Plan and implement weekly, monthly and yearly financial budgets
    Oversee all operations to ensure a great Guest experience
    Role model and hold Team Members accountable to operational and quality standards
    Foster open communication between Team Members and Management team
    Influence Team Member behaviors by championing change and restaurant initiatives
    Drive business results by utilizing Chili's systems to effectively control costs
    Follow operational systems, such as our Manager Timeline and performing quality Line Checks
    Hire, train, retain, and develop Team Members to take on larger roles
    Drive Guest engagement within the four walls of the restaurant while developing relationships within the community
    Understand and practice safe food handling procedures
    Communicate and embody Chili's culture and Cultural Beliefs: Every Guest Counts, Food Perfection, Be Accountable and Play Restaurant
    About Us
    Chili's was born in Dallas, Texas in 1975. Since then, we've boldly claimed our place in the casual dining industry as the place to go for Big Mouth burgers, house smoked ribs, full on fajitas, and hand shaken margaritas! With a legacy deeply rooted in service, hospitality, and giving back, we are committed to delivering the best experience to every Guest, every day.
    About You
    Dependable team player
    Prefers to work in a fast-paced environment
    Great multitasking skills

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    POSITION SUMMARY
    The Chief Nursing Officer provides strategic leadership as the senior executive position responsible for all nursing and other designated patient care functions and services within the hospital organization. The role assumes responsibility for assessing, planning, coordinating, implementing and evaluating nursing practice on a facility level. The role assumes 24/7 responsibility and has accountability to ensure high quality, safe and appropriate nursing care, competency of clinical staff, and appropriate resource management related to patient care. The Chief Nursing Officer represents nursing concerns on the governing board and at medical staff leadership meetings.
    FUNCTIONAL EXPECTATIONS & REQUIREMENTS:
    Retaining great people at the facility
    Collaborate with human resources and other team members to select, on-board, orient, and provide coaching for direct reports.
    Evaluate and monitor facility level people pillar statistics, participate on related calls as necessary.
    Consider and/or implement nurse residency programs to ensure pipeline for facility.
    Collaborate with team members to formulate programs to enhance work life balance.
    Partner with related team members to promote a safe work environment that is based on a zero tolerance for sexual harassment, workplace violence and verbal and physical abuse.
    Collaborate with related team members to promote an effective facility level competency program.
    Collaborate to promote a robust employee development and education program that responds to the unique needs of employees across the career continuum (novice to expert).
    Work cohesively with related team members to develop and implement recruitment and retention strategies that ensure a qualified and stable workforce.

    Participate in workforce planning to ensure an adequate and competent workforce.
    Support the design of effective and competitive compensation and benefits programs.
    Communication and Relationship Building
    Effectively communicate with all internal and external constituents, including staff, colleagues, and physicians.
    Communicate and administer human resource programs and procedures in accordance with established policies.
    Manage organizational relationships in a manner which builds mutual trust and respect. Establish trusting and collaborative relationships.
    Address and manage conflict in a constructive and productive manner.
    Give timely feedback and reinforce positive behaviors.
    Leadership Influence
    Create and communicate a compelling shared vision.
    Develop effective strategies for addressing organizational priorities.
    Develop, communicate and monitor performance expectations.
    Formulate objectives, goals, and specific strategies related to the organization's mission and vision.
    Understand effective organizational outcome measures in order to balance cost, quality and service.
    Measure and analyze performance from the learning and growth, business process, customer, and financial perspectives.
    Promote a results-oriented environment.
    Develop succession plan for nursing leadership.
    Demonstrate effective change management; able to serve as an organizational change agent.
    Coach and mentor aspiring nurse leaders.
    Create an environment in which professional and personal growth is an expectation.
    Articulate the application of ethical principles to operations.
    Manage organizational and individual performance with appropriate rewards.
    Represent nursing and patient care issues within the organization's governance and medical staff structures.
    Represent nursing and patient care in strategic planning and quality initiatives with the governing body.
    Educate the organization's board members and physicians regarding healthcare/value of nursing care.
    Diversity
    Create an environment that recognizes and values diversity.
    Develop processes to incorporate cultural beliefs into care.
    Design strategies that address the unique needs of a diverse workforce, patient population, and community.
    Assess the current environment and establish indicators of progress toward cultural competency.
    Shared decision-making/Shared Leadership
    Engage staff and others in decision-making.
    Promote decisions that are patient centered.
    Provide an environment conducive to opinion-sharing.
    Promote systems thinking as a value in the nursing organization.
    Consider the impact of nursing decisions on the health care organization as a whole.
    Provide leadership in building loyalty and commitment throughout the organization.
    Synthesize and integrate divergent viewpoints for the good of the organization.
    Involves employees in decision-making.
    Attend and participate in regional CNO calls and meetings.
    Clinical Practice Leadership
    Understand and articulate patient care standards reflected in federal and state regulation, TJC, the state Nurse Practice Act, and organizational policies and procedures.
    Maintain knowledge of current nursing practice and roles and functions within nursing and other healthcare disciplines.
    Maintain current knowledge of patient care delivery systems and innovations.
    Ensure that nursing practice is consistent with current standards and current evidenced based practice.
    Ensure that the care delivery model, clinical environment of care and related technology is appropriate to needs of caregivers and patients.
    Serve as change agent when patient care work/workflow is redesigned.
    Advocate use of documented best practices.
    Teach and mentor others to routinely utilize evidenced based data and research.
    Assure that the clinical perspective is included in organizational decisions.
    Supports regional senior director and Tenet CNO.
    Academic Relationships
    Provide a supportive and stimulating learning environment for nursing students.
    Participate in the academic community through advisory and collaborative efforts.
    Ensure that the educational system is aligned with organizational needs.
    Collaborate with nursing programs to provide required resources; evaluate graduates.
    Collaborate with academia in nursing research and incorporate nursing research into practice.
    Resource Management
    Demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of organizational revenue, expense performance and capital planning.
    Manage fiscal, human and material resources in a cost-effective manner.
    Design and maintain effective systems for resource management in nursing.
    Manage patient care processes such as care management/length of stay to ensure optimal revenue.
    Utilize effective performance management in managing key areas of responsibility.
    Quality, Patient Safety and Risk Management
    Contribute to the development and implementation of the organization's performance improvement program. Support the development and implementation of an organization-wide patient safety program.
    Monitor and evaluate quality through public reported measure (i.e. core measures, nurse sensitive patient outcomes, infection control, etc) in collaboration with the facility DCQI and ICP, as well as national resources.
    Actively participate in facility clinical close calls.
    Define quality metrics by identifying the problem/process, measuring success at improving specific areas of patient care, analyzing the root causes or variation from quality standards, improving the process with the evidence, controlling solutions and sustaining success.
    Interpret information from research.
    Participate in studies that provide outcome measurements.
    Utilize research findings for the establishment of standards, practices, and patient care models in the organization.
    Disseminate research findings to patient care team members.
    Support the development of a facility-wide patient safety program.
    Support a non-punitive environment and a reward system for reporting unsafe practices.
    Design safe clinical systems, processes, policies and procedures.
    Allocate nursing resources based on measurement of patient acuity/care needed.
    Ensure staff is clinically competent and trained on their role in patient safety, performance improvement, and risk management.
    Support a safe culture that assures accountability and respects values and individual contributions.
    Incorporate safety as a design element as appropriate.
    Collaborate with RM to monitor and follow up on clinical risk trends.
    Identify, mitigate and take action to correct areas of risk/liability in patient care.
    Facilitate facility level annual pressure ulcer prevalence and incidence study results with corrective action.
    Collaborate with related team members to monitor and evaluate a Culture of Safety through active coaching of direct reports to ensure that the culture of safety is cultivated at the facility.
    Support the annual AHRQ Patient Safety Survey and follows up with corrective actions.
    Information Management and Technology
    Supports and embraces role in the adoption of EMR within facility.
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    Physician Assistant job in Detroit MI  

    - Grosse Pointe

    TeamHealth has an exciting opportunity for an emergency medicine physician assistant or nurse practitioner to join our team at Ascension St. John Hospital in Detroit, Michigan. Ideal candidates will have previous experience as a nurse practitioner or physician assistant in an emergency department or urgent care setting as well as current ACLS, BLS and PALS certifications. Ascension St. John Hospital features a 115,000 volume emergency department. These are currently 9 hour shifts throughout the day (APC coverage is provided in the facility from 9:00am until 2:00am). You must be available for all shifts, to include weekends.
    - Paid professional liability insurance with tail coverage - Competitive pay and benefits - Referral program - Free CME through the TeamHealth Institute

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    Nurse Practitioner job in Detroit MI  

    - Woodbury

    TeamHealth is seeking physician assistants and nurse practitioners to join our traveling advanced clinician (TAC) hospital medicine team at multiple locations in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and other states in the region. Our elite TAC team works at selected hospitals and are guaranteed 12-15 shifts per month. This is an employed position with benefits, premium compensation, professional liability insurance with tail coverage, paid time off, paid travel and accommodations and 401K. If you have a minimum of 2 years of recent hospital medicine experience and are proficient in treating both high acuity and fast-track patients, you'll fit right in! We will obtain additional licenses and DEAs for the designated states if needed. What else are we looking for? Advanced practice clinicians (APC) who are adaptive and possess excellent communication skills as well as a team-player attitude. Flexibility and the ability to travel is also a must.
    - Opportunity to experience various hospital site practices - Premium compensation - Blocked scheduling - Not locums; guaranteed work without cancellation - Easy travel booking and expense reimbursement - Fully paid professional liability insurance (with tail) - Excellent benefit package including health, dental, vision, life and disability insurances, 401K - Live Well Program- TeamHealth's outstanding wellness resources - Support of a national network of world-class hospital medicine experts

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    Physician Assistant job in Detroit MI  

    - Woodbury

    Live where you want, practice where you are needed! As part of our elite traveling advanced clinician (TAC) team, you will provide emergency medicine coverage in some Northeast or Midwest states. Our TAC team physician assistants (PA) and nurse practitioners (NP) can practice in a variety of facility settings. TeamHealth supports you with licensure, travel, mentorship, credentialing, and an outstanding compensation package. If you have 5 years of recent emergency medicine experience and are proficient in treating both high-acuity and fast-track patients, you'll fit right in! What else are we looking for? Advanced practice clinicians who are adaptive and possess excellent communication skills as well as a team-player attitude. Flexibility and the ability to travel is also a must.
    - Employee status with excellent benefit package including health, dental, vision, life and disability insurances, 401K, and paid time off - Reimbursement for licensure, travel, and certifications - Earn frequent travel awards to enjoy on your blocked time off - Opportunity to experience various emergency department practices - Premium compensation - Blocked scheduling - Not locums; guaranteed full-time work without cancellation - Easy travel booking and expense reimbursement - Fully paid professional liability insurance (with tail) - Live Well Program- TeamHealth's outstanding wellness resources - Access to free CME via TeamHealth Institute - Support of a national network of world-class emergency medicine experts

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    What you'll do...
    At H&R Block, your contributions will go far beyond any job description. When you join our team, you'll add to the momentum of a forward-thinking company-one that defined an industry and is now leading its transformation.
    H&R Block, the world's leader in tax services, is looking for high performing District General Managers in Training (DGMiT) to assist the District General Manager in the management and supervision of the district. The DGMiT and DGM are key members of the field leadership team responsible for leading a geographic district of H&R Block retail tax offices and growing their customer base.
    Key Information...
    This position will NOT be in the Kansas City, MO corporate headquarters. Job location will be potentially located in one of the following cities:

    Reno, NV
    Temecula, CA
    Short Hills, NJ
    Flint, MI
    Jackson, MS
    Anniston, AL
    Jersey City, NJ
    Bronx, NY
    Andover , MA
    North Fresno, CA
    Relocation is required. You will relocate twice within a 12-month period. The estimated start date for this program is May 22, 2023.
    Day to day, you'll...
    The District General Manager in Training shares responsibility with the District General Manager to lead and manage a subset of offices within the district by establishing and maintaining strategic sales plans, prioritization and project management leading to operational excellence. In addition, the District General Manager in Training ensures that policies and procedures are implemented and followed in each office to increase revenues, control expenses, and promote client satisfaction through a consistent and positive experience. Additionally, the District General Manager in Training will share responsibility for accelerating business growth through implementation of business plan, marketing, and identification of growth opportunities and efficiently managing labor to ensure maximum productivity and profitability.
    As a DGMiT, you will engage in training to ultimately oversee the operation of a given number of Tax Retail offices within a specified geographic area. These responsibilities will be in partnership with the District General Manager to recruit and onboard high caliber, top performing leadership for key district positions. In addition, you will support office leaders with hiring initiatives and end-to-end performance management of the office level associates. You will support office leaders by coaching and elevating performance standards of associates through goal setting and providing timely feedback. Lastly, driving revenue through sales, responsible for their own sales plan, making contact with client and community in the area. Organizing and executing on the marketing plan.
    The DGMiT position will require you to potentially relocate two times to any location across the United States for the duration of the training program (approximately 12 months). If relocation is required, then relocation assistance will be provided consistent with H&R Block Company practices.
    Pay and Benefits...
    Pay range for this position is $70,000 to $80,000 salary.
    This information is posted pursuant to the Colorado Equal Pay for Equal Work Act to provide Colorado applicants with information about what they might be eligible to receive. Individual pay decisions will depend on job-related factors such as experience, education, skill, performance, and geographic location where work will be performed.
    Successful candidates may be able to participate in one or more incentive compensation or short-term incentive plans, which could generate additional earnings in accordance with the terms of each plan.
    H&R Block offers competitive medical, prescription drug, dental and vision benefits for regular associates and/or their eligible dependents. Eligible associates can also participate in the H&R Block Retirement Savings Plan (401(k) Plan), Employee Stock Purchase Program, Employee Assistance Program, Tuition Assistance Program, (virtual) fitness center programs, associate discount program, flexible spending and health savings accounts, and a variety of wellness programs. Associates also receive Tax Prep benefits, paid time off benefits, Life Insurance, AD&D coverage, Short Term Disability and Business Travel Accident Insurance coverage.
    It would be even better if you also had...
    Bi-lingual skills
    What you'll bring to the team...
    Bachelor's degree in a related field or the equivalent through a combination of education and related work experience
    3+ years experience in a retail or similar work environment is required. Multi-unit or Big Box retail leadership is a plus
    Demonstrated analytical and problem solving skills
    Experience supervising a workforce containing varied skill sets
    Understanding and previous use of a Windows-based computer system, Proficiency in MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
    Demonstrated effective interpersonal, communication and facilitation skills that apply to all levels of the organization
    Strong customer relationship skills with the desire and proven ability to work in a diverse work setting
    About H&R Block...
    We're here to live our purpose-to provide help and inspire confidence in our clients and communities everywhere. We take our work personally, because we know what it represents: Families and homes. Livelihoods and lives.
    We've been true to that purpose since brothers Henry and Richard Bloch founded our company in 1955. Since then, we've grown to approximately 12,000 tax offices throughout the United States and around the world. When you join our team, you'll add to the momentum of a forward-thinking company-one that defined an industry and is now leading its transformation.
    Sponsored Job
    #hrbjob #LI-RM1

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    What you'll do...
    At H&R Block, your contributions will go far beyond any job description. When you join our team, you'll add to the momentum of a forward-thinking company-one that defined an industry and is now leading its transformation.
    H&R Block, the world's leader in tax services, is looking for high performing District General Managers in Training (DGMiT) to assist the District General Manager in the management and supervision of the district. The DGMiT and DGM are key members of the field leadership team responsible for leading a geographic district of H&R Block retail tax offices and growing their customer base.
    Key Information...
    This position will NOT be in the Kansas City, MO corporate headquarters. Job location will be potentially located in one of the following cities:

    Reno, NV
    Temecula, CA
    Short Hills, NJ
    Flint, MI
    Jackson, MS
    Anniston, AL
    Jersey City, NJ
    Bronx, NY
    Andover , MA
    North Fresno, CA
    Relocation is required. You will relocate twice within a 12-month period. The estimated start date for this program is May 22, 2023.
    Day to day, you'll...
    The District General Manager in Training shares responsibility with the District General Manager to lead and manage a subset of offices within the district by establishing and maintaining strategic sales plans, prioritization and project management leading to operational excellence. In addition, the District General Manager in Training ensures that policies and procedures are implemented and followed in each office to increase revenues, control expenses, and promote client satisfaction through a consistent and positive experience. Additionally, the District General Manager in Training will share responsibility for accelerating business growth through implementation of business plan, marketing, and identification of growth opportunities and efficiently managing labor to ensure maximum productivity and profitability.
    As a DGMiT, you will engage in training to ultimately oversee the operation of a given number of Tax Retail offices within a specified geographic area. These responsibilities will be in partnership with the District General Manager to recruit and onboard high caliber, top performing leadership for key district positions. In addition, you will support office leaders with hiring initiatives and end-to-end performance management of the office level associates. You will support office leaders by coaching and elevating performance standards of associates through goal setting and providing timely feedback. Lastly, driving revenue through sales, responsible for their own sales plan, making contact with client and community in the area. Organizing and executing on the marketing plan.
    The DGMiT position will require you to potentially relocate two times to any location across the United States for the duration of the training program (approximately 12 months). If relocation is required, then relocation assistance will be provided consistent with H&R Block Company practices.
    Pay and Benefits...
    Pay range for this position is $70,000 to $80,000 salary.
    This information is posted pursuant to the Colorado Equal Pay for Equal Work Act to provide Colorado applicants with information about what they might be eligible to receive. Individual pay decisions will depend on job-related factors such as experience, education, skill, performance, and geographic location where work will be performed.
    Successful candidates may be able to participate in one or more incentive compensation or short-term incentive plans, which could generate additional earnings in accordance with the terms of each plan.
    H&R Block offers competitive medical, prescription drug, dental and vision benefits for regular associates and/or their eligible dependents. Eligible associates can also participate in the H&R Block Retirement Savings Plan (401(k) Plan), Employee Stock Purchase Program, Employee Assistance Program, Tuition Assistance Program, (virtual) fitness center programs, associate discount program, flexible spending and health savings accounts, and a variety of wellness programs. Associates also receive Tax Prep benefits, paid time off benefits, Life Insurance, AD&D coverage, Short Term Disability and Business Travel Accident Insurance coverage.
    It would be even better if you also had...
    Bi-lingual skills
    What you'll bring to the team...
    Bachelor's degree in a related field or the equivalent through a combination of education and related work experience
    3+ years experience in a retail or similar work environment is required. Multi-unit or Big Box retail leadership is a plus
    Demonstrated analytical and problem solving skills
    Experience supervising a workforce containing varied skill sets
    Understanding and previous use of a Windows-based computer system, Proficiency in MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
    Demonstrated effective interpersonal, communication and facilitation skills that apply to all levels of the organization
    Strong customer relationship skills with the desire and proven ability to work in a diverse work setting
    About H&R Block...
    We're here to live our purpose-to provide help and inspire confidence in our clients and communities everywhere. We take our work personally, because we know what it represents: Families and homes. Livelihoods and lives.
    We've been true to that purpose since brothers Henry and Richard Bloch founded our company in 1955. Since then, we've grown to approximately 12,000 tax offices throughout the United States and around the world. When you join our team, you'll add to the momentum of a forward-thinking company-one that defined an industry and is now leading its transformation.
    Sponsored Job
    #hrbjob #LI-RM1

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    Nurse Practitioner job in Detroit Lakes MN  

    - Not Specified

    A highly respected team is seeking a mental health practitioner to join them in serving their patient populations throughout the Detroit Lakes area. The Psychiatry NP or CNS will be responsible for providing and supporting behavioral health care services to individual patients and families in an outpatient clinic and emergency department for consults. This position is Monday-Friday with no call and offers competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits including medical, retirement, PTO, and more!
    Enjoy the pleasures of residing in a community of true Americana with great schools, safe neighborhoods and a strong economy!
    For the fastest consideration, please call/text Cara Hermelyn in the Advanced Practice Division at after emailing your updated CV/resume to . Please reference JOB-.
    Full-time, permanent position
    New grad friendly
    M-F Day Schedule
    Competitive salary and full benefits
    Highly respected team and strong support staff
    Dense suburban feel with affordable housing
    Above average public schools
    Abundance of art and culture
    Our services are free for you
    We help negotiate your salary and contract
    We coordinate interviews and help with licenses
    Specialized recruiters match your career preferences
    Experienced support teams take care of every detail


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