Psychiatric Care Technicians, Housekeeping & Apparel Services Worker and Patient Registrar

SWVA MENTAL HEALTH INSTITUTE   Marion, VA   Full-time     Mechanic/Technician
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Posted on July 18, 2020

Southwestern Virginia Mental Health Institute in Marion, Virginia, a 179-bed state-of-the-art mental health facility offers challenging and rewarding careers along with an excellent Commonwealth of Virginia Benefit Package for full-time positions.

Psychiatric Care Technicians – Salary dependent on relative years of experience – Minimum Salary is $11.21/hour. Psychiatric Care Technician (PCT) positions are available on all shifts, all Units working at least every other weekend. PCTs assist nurses with providing quality client care as part of an interdisciplinary team, maintaining accountability in a safe, secure, and therapeutic environment, creating healthy interpersonal interactions with clients on adult acute admissions unit, geriatric unit, and extended rehabilitation service unit, observing and reporting feedback regarding interventions, treatments, behaviors, physical and emotional well-being, documentation and communication, and by using specialized training for promoting mental wellness recovery.

Housekeeping & Apparel Services Worker – Minimum Salary - $8.89/per hour. Fulltime position, Monday - Friday, 6:30 am – 3:00 pm and rotating weekends. Responsible for performing a variety of Housekeeping and Apparel Service related tasks for both the hospital population and personnel.

Part-time Patient Registrar – Minimum Salary - $12.98/per hour. Must be able to work all days/all shifts/weekends/holidays. The Patient Registrar is responsible for the registration of all patients admitted to the facility with attainment of identifying biographical and legal information.

These positions are open until filled.

SWVMHI is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a certified Virginia Values Veterans employer.

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Questions may be directed to SWVMHI Human Resources (276) 783-1204.