Today's Featured Jobs from MassHire - 05/13/19

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Today's job postings from MassHire in Hyannis:

If you are interested in one of these positions send your resume to [email protected] and indicate the job that interests you. 

Job #1 – Relief Support Staff – Mid Cape

Full Time: Need committed professionals to provide on-site support to families residing in our domestic violence emergency shelter on an as-needed basis. Responsibilities include ensuring a safe, clean and healthy environment by monitoring activities within the shelter; ensuring compliance with rules and agency procedures, and intervening when necessary using established protocols; providing front office support and coverage including staffing the phones, monitoring entrances and other duties depending on shift. On-call hours are primarily on holidays, weekends and overnights. Salary is $13.44 per hour and will pay Time and a half for holiday hours.

Job #2 – Nurse Manager – Lower Cape

Full Time: Provides supervision of day to day nursing operations overseeing the work of RN staff. Manage staffing levels to support patient care needs. Coordinates and ensures new RN training and site orientation. Reviews and responds to patient problems and concerns in collaboration with providers and Health Center Director. Bachelor of Science in Nursing required, Masters of Nursing desirable or may be in process of completing BSN. Minimum of three years professional nursing experience (hospital, clinic, ambulatory primary care setting, preferred) or comparable experience. Minimum of four years of nursing supervisory experience. RN license in good standing from Massachusetts Board of Registration and BLS certification required.


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