Alaska Behavioral Health is seeking RNs to join our psychiatric team, working in both the outpatient psychiatry-primary care clinic setting and our Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) team in Anchorage.
This Nurse is responsible for nursing case management, education, medication administration and nursing assessments in both clinic and community settings and works with all members of the interdisciplinary Team to promote stability, recovery, and community integration.
Qualified applicants must be a licensed registered nurse with a minimum of a bachelor's degree in nursing; five years of relevant experience as a psychiatric nurse is preferred.
Additional Salary Information: Eligible to participate in annual incentive plan. Our excellent benefits include health insurance, 10 paid holidays, 6 weeks of PTO after the first year, 401(k) with up to a 5% employer match.
Internal Number: 21-50
About Alaska Behavioral Health
The mission of Alaska Behavioral Health is to strengthen Alaska communities and improve the lives of our clients by delivering exceptional behavioral healthcare services. Last year we received a grant to become a Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic and added primary care to our client services. Positions on our medical team do not require staff to work night, weekend, or holiday shifts.