Mental Health Registered Nurse

Mental Health Registered Nurse

Mental Health Registered Nurse

Location: Warm Springs, Montana
Category: Healthcare
Employment Type: Professional Placement
Job ID: 38338
Date Added: 06/30/2022

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State mental hospital in Warm Springs Montana is in need of qualified Registered Nurses. This position performs nursing assessment, planning, interventions, and evaluation for adult clients in the facility. Responsibilities include assigning work and providing direction and training to subordinate nursing personnel. This is a rewarding career working with those in need. The facility is centrally located between two major hubs of business, travel, and shopping with quaint historic towns and communities nearby.  This position will provide the right person an opportunity to work in an environment that makes a positive impact on people’s wellbeing every day.

Salary: $ 37.65 – 38.70 Hourly

Location:  Warm Springs

Why you want this job:

Your paycheck is just part of a total compensation package. Eligible employees have access to competitive, innovative benefits packages at an affordable cost. All beginning on your first day of employment. 

  • Full state benefits package to include low-cost Medical, Dental and Vision insurance
  • Retirement plan with employer contribution
  • 15 Vacation days each year
  • 12 Sick days each year
  • 10 Paid Holidays each year
  • Access to No Cost health centers
  • Student Loan Repayment
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Wellness Programs
  • Longevity Pay Increases
  • Shift Differential


  • Admit patients to the hospital in accordance with state statutes and facility policies
  • Complete and record initial and subsequent nursing assessment of each patient’s physical and mental status
  • Provide, structure, and maintain a therapeutic environment
  • Intervene during psychiatric emergencies/patient crisis
  • Authorize restriction of patient rights in accordance with facility policy
  • Assist physician with diagnostic procedures, treatment regimes, and patient examinations
  • Respond to medical emergencies and provides emergency interventions
  • Participate with providers in developing a patient plan of care and acts
  • Receive and transcribe verbal and written provider’s orders
  • Administer medications and medical treatments as prescribed
  • Evaluate and communicate verbally and via written documentation patient's response to interventions
  • Update plan of care based on nursing assessment which identifies specific measurable goals, objectives, and interventions in accordance
  • Collaborate with the multi-disciplinary hospital treatment team and community mental health team in assessing, planning, implementing, and evaluating programs/activities
  • Coordinate and provide individual and group counseling
  • Provide direction to staff related to performance, guidance, and implementation of facility policy
  • Assign and direct the nursing care provided for each patient to ensure compliance with individual treatment plans
  • Authorize, monitor, and accurately document the use of restraints and seclusion based on sound clinical judgment in accordance with facility policy to ensure the provision of patient safety, dignity, and least restrictive environment
  • Provide direction to nursing care nursing staff to include Licensed Practical Nurses, Resident Care Aides, and Special Duty Aides
  • Teach basic medical and psychiatric nursing skills and interventions, as well as facility policies and procedures to treatment program personnel
  • Contribute to the development standards related to patient care and nursing procedure through participation on facility committees and assigned task groups
  • Participate in professional development activities and continuing educational programs to ensure currency in nursing practices and trends
  • Adhere to the nurse practice act of Montana and all laws and rules governing the practice of registered nurses to maintain high standards of care and current licensure


  • Must be a graduate of an accredited college or university degree in nursing
  • Must be currently licensed as a Registered Nurse
    • Graduates of an accredited Nursing program who have submitted their application for Montana licensure may also be considered

As always, there is never a cost to you when you work with the professionals at LC Staffing in your job search. 

Get in touch! Contact Amy at 406-752-0191 or email your resume directly to [email protected].


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