Seven Hills Foundation


Regular Part-Time
Job ID
24 hrs/week; varying days


A unique opportunity to work with the pediatric population in a non-hospital setting! Alongside our psychiatry and clinical team you will provide direct care to our youth focused on self-advocacy, respect, and personal growth during their short term residential placement. 


  • Monitors the physical condition of clients and maintains all medical records as required.
  • Maintains information for staff regarding any changes in the health or medical status, as well as the medications for every client.
  • Serves as a member of the treatment team whenever appropriate or requested by the programs administration to provide information relative to the health, medical or medications for the clients.
  • Provides all medically related case management functions in working with the family, social services agencies, collaterals, and/or sending school districts.
  • Arranges medical and dental appointments for all clients as necessary and in a timely manner.
  • Works with program staff to coordinate appointments and provide for transportation.
  • Provides health related workshops and seminars for students covering topics of daily and personal hygiene.
  • Oversees the ordering and inventorying of all first aid and medical supplies for the program.
  • Provide comprehensive oversight and management of the medication program.
  • Monitor the physical condition of clients involved in physical restraints or demonstrating emotional responses that may affect their health and well-being. 
  • Ensure that medications are packaged and prepared for off-campus activities
  • Oversee record-keeping functions as related to health records, medical findings, and regulatory requirements.
  • Work with referring agents to ensure that medical data is current, available, and accurate, including immunizations and other health-related requirements for school attendance and/or residential living.
  • Consult with the Medical Director, Psychiatrist, clinical staff, and the program administration regarding the emotional, behavioral, and treatment needs of clients, including health issues, medication-related needs, side-effects, and behavioral changes, positive or negative, as necessary and appropriate.


  • AS or BS in nursing required.
  • LPN License required.
  • Prior Experience as a Licensed Practical Nurse required.
  • Experience with children, adolescents, and families preferred.
  • Candidates must possess a valid driver’s license as required by the position.  This position is responsible for transporting our youth for recreation and safety purposes.  


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