Job Opportunities at Springbrook
Walk-In Interviews will be interviewed every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm. Please bring a resume if available.
We are now accepting qualified applicants for a range of positions at our facility. Contact us today if you have any questions. Or start the process right now by filling out an application below. Springbrook Autism Behavioral Health is an equal opportunity employer that prohibits hiring discrimination based on age, race, ethnicity, religion, culture, language, mental disability, socioeconomic status, sex, sexual orientation, and gender or expression
Please read instructions carefully on how to submit application.
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Full-Time/Part-Time, 1st and 2nd shifts
We are looking for a compassionate and dedicated Registered Nurse to join our team. We offer repeating schedules, so you will work with the same team of nurses and always know what days you have off, even months ahead of time. Teams work every other weekend and generous paid time off is available after 90 days. Although you will have your own patients, nursing team support is the expected as needed.
The ideal candidate will be a responsible, compassionate, team-oriented professional able to provide excellent nursing care in a challenging behavioral health setting.
-Safely and accurately administer patient medications using electronic MAR
-Assess patients psychiatric and medical needs for patients who may or may not be able to communicate verbally
-Collaborate with the interdisciplinary team, including psychiatry, medical, therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy, recreation therapy, dieticians, and BCBAs.
-Perform routine procedures (phlebotomy, vital signs, EKGs) and document in patients’ charts
-Perform CLIA-Waived tests as ordered (Rapid Strep, Rapid Influenza,) document in patient's chart and notifify provider
-Document and communicate with guardians regarding any medical or behavior issues and necessary interventions
-Document weekly summaries on assigned patients
-Foster a supportive and compassionate environment to care for patients
-Psychiatric experience preferred, but will train a nurse with a love for our patient population, Autism.
-Excellent nursing assessment skills
-A team player with excellent communication and interpersonal skills
-Responsible and compassionate
-Outstanding organizational and multi-tasking skills
-Excellent critical-thinking skills
-ADN, BSN or MSN
-Valid SC nursing license
Mental Health Assistants(MHA) - Autism Units
Full-Time/Part-Time, 1st and 2nd shifts
In this role you will be a member of a team of professionals who work directly with autistic adolescents between the ages of 5-21. The autism program at Springbrook is a goal oriented treatment plan designed to meet the needs of children with autism and related diagnosis.
Education: High School Graduate or GED equivalent. Prefer degree in Human Services or BA/BS in Psychology, Sociology, Criminal Justice, or CNA.
Experience: Prefer six (6) months of experience in the management/care of behaviorally impaired and/or mentally challenged patients.
Licensure: Valid S.C. Drivers License
Physical: Medium work, ability to walk, run, stand, sit, stand, stoop, bend, reach over head. Occasional exerting 20 to 50 pounds of force.
Special Skills and Abilities: Must be 21 years of age. Demonstrate good judgment, initiative, dependability, decision making skills, as well as patient teaching skills
Mental Health Assistants(MHA) - Adult Unit
If the opportunity to make a difference in other's lives drives you, we want to talk to you. Springbrook Behavioral Health Adult Unit is eager to welcome dedicated individuals to our team of psychiatric professionals providing patient care.
As Mental Health Assistant you will: Ensure a safe and therapeutic environment. Provide routine patient care as required. Document and communicate patient behaviors and assist with patient activities.
You will be trained on psychiatric processes, crisis intervention techniques and CPR. Positions are available and 6p-6a only with a shift differential.
Requires a High School diploma or equivalent. College students who have obtained or pursuing their degree in psychology, behavioral health are welcome to apply.
"My favorite part about treatment team is hearing my progress and seeing Jessie [the therapy dog onsite]"
"My son is doing much better, thanks to you and the other good folks at Springbrook. I SO appreciate the professional yet compassionate care you all provided my son, you, Dr. Fisher, nursing, and the mental heath techs alike. Everyone was so kind, understanding, and supportive of not just my son but of me as well, recognizing how difficult the decision to place him in Residential Treatment was for me. I appreciated being able to call at any time for updates on how he was doing, the weekly RN notes informing me of his successes and, yes, of his setbacks. I never felt out of touch."
"Things are going great! Thanks for all your help in the progress my son has made. H has had a good first week back at school!"
"My favorite RT group is when we do exercise"
"I think Springbrook has helped me the most with my treatment"
"I like school it is very fun"
"The staff really care about us."
"Ms. Sharniece is one of my favorite staff because she encouraged me to do well and to never give up on my treatment."