$2000 New Hire sign on when hired at BAMSI for all regular Full
Time and Part Time LPN and RN Positions!
For 16 hours or more !
32 hours - Schedule: Week 1: Sat , Sun ,Tues, Wed & Fri 11pm
-7am Week 2: Tues, Wed & Fri 11pm -7am
Weekend shifts worked are paid at a $2 differentials
BAMSI. Essential employees doing exceptional work.
BAMSI is now hiring Residential Counselors for programs
throughout Massachusetts. This is the perfect job for people
interested in medical professions. No college degree required, full
and part time positions available, competitive pay, great benefits,
job security & rewarding work.
Join BAMSI, where employees turn houses into homes. We are
looking to expand our family, a team of dedicated human service and
healthcare professionals who support individuals with developmental
disabilities, intellectual disabilities, acquired brain injuries,
and medical complexities in their homes. Employees help individuals
develop skills needed to grow and maintain meaningful
relationships; and, create a home environment which promotes
- Tuition assistance and paid CEUs
- Career advancement
- Immediate access to your pay
- Generous paid time off
- Health/dental insurance, and more.
- Caring and energetic
- High school diploma or equivalent
- Able to lift, push and pull 25 pounds
- Valid driver's license and good driving record.
Go to www.bamsijobs.org to apply. BAMSI will respond to all
applicants within two business days.
- Available benefits are based on position and scheduled
The desire to work in a community setting with individuals who
have complex medical needs, developmental disabilities, acquired
brain injury, and or mental health issues. Administer medications
and treatments following the Department of Public Health's
Medication Administration Program (MAP) policies and other funder
regulations. Complete daily written notes, data tracking, and
skilled assessments. Follow medical protocols, treatment plans and
medication treatment plans. Communicate health changes in a timely
manner. Utilize Positive Behavior Supports (PBS) practices to
create a thoughtful and supportive work environment by ensuring
activities, plans and routines reflect the preferences, needs and
goals of individuals. Ensure skilled care is provided in a way that
promotes growth, dignity and independence. Provide physical
support, assistance with lifting and transferring individuals
served who have physical challenges as needed. The ability to work
with a direct care and supervisory team to ensure the health status
of individuals. Provide oversight of meals ensuring food and meals
are prepared properly. Train staff on meal preparations and
specialized feeding protocols as needed. Provide ADL care,
transportation, and community outings as needed. Provide shift
report. Assist with the maintenance of medication books, house log
books, etc. to ensure program compliance with all regulations.
Ensure medications, medical and safety supplies are ordered and
available as needed. Follow admission and discharge requirements
for hospitalized individuals. Provide training to both staff and
individuals served in relevant areas (e.g., health, hygiene,
safety, diet, etc.). Provide holiday coverage on a rotating basis.
Attend staff meetings. Provide coverage at day habilitation
programs or other residential programs as needed. Ensure safety
standards and infection control protocols are followed. Perform
other related duties as needed or as assigned by supervisor or
- Possession of a Massachusetts license as a nurse.
- Knowledge of the theories, methods, procedures and practices of
- Two years experience working with individuals with
developmental disabilities, brain injury and or psychiatric
illnesses is preferred.
- Must possess a valid drivers license in state of residence and
satisfactory driving record.
- Basic computer literacy, including the ability to record data,
use electronic time and attendance software and receive and send
electronic mail, as needed, i