Seven Hills Foundation

Nurse, Director - RN

Regular Full-Time
Job ID
Monday-Friday 9a-5p w/ on call responsibilities


Nurse sign-on bonus $5,000 (Paid quarterly over 18 months) 


The Program Director/RN collaborates with the Assistant Program Director as a program administrator to supervise nursing staff and direct support professionals while overseeing the day-to-day operations of the program. They advocate for the safety and medical needs of assigned program participants while providing effective leadership and guidance.






Essential Functions


• Provides direct oversight to the Assistant Program Director.

• Interpreting facility and nursing philosophies and objectives with staff in order to facilitate their implementation at Seven Hills at Groton.

• Oversees the operation and management of medication administration, including Medication Administration Program (MAP) as MAP Coordinator as appropriate.

• Developing and reviewing programs, goals and objectives based on priorities and resources of Seven Hills at Groton MCBR in collaboration with other program administration.

• Overseeing and supporting the Assistant Program Director in the implementation of program specifications per contract, regulatory requirements, licensing requirements, credentialing requirements, HIPAA, and/or other laws and regulations related to service delivery.

• Assisting in implementing QA/QI programs and initiating changes based on findings.

• Interpreting budgetary process to nursing staff to ensure fiscal constraints are met and supported.

• Responsible for supporting in the admission/discharge procedures of clients.

• Ensuring program staffing needs are met, by overseeing all scheduling needs, including oversight of hiring, interview, promotions, and performance evaluations of nursing and support staff. They provide necessary performance counseling and follow agency policy when terminating staff..

• Assist in the orientation of new staff as well as mandatory in-service trainings in a timely manner.

• Completing staff evaluations.

• Facilitating and supporting effective communication and collaboration among nursing staff and direct care staff to achieve defined goals for client care.

• Working on special projects according to facility needs to support the functionality of the program milieu.

• Document all nursing interventions and changes for program participants.

• Review plans of care for current knowledge of programming as required by the Department of Children and Families, EEC, and/or other agencies.

• Maintain current medication and treatment orders noting any side effects and/or adverse effects and report to appropriate individuals.

• Maintain health records according to various government agencies as required. Ensure that information is communicated to residential staff and school program regarding recommendations and treatment.

• Attend staff meetings to present all current medical/health concerns to team.

• Ensure that residents are sufficiently observed to maintain their safety and optimal health.

• Flexibility with schedule and on-call responsibility


Additional responsibilities when hired. 





Current Massachusetts license as a Registered Nurse.

• Graduation from an accredited nursing program.

• Minimum of Three (3) years of nursing practice.

• Progressive leadership experience and demonstrated managerial ability

• Shift Supervisor experience preferred

• Valid Driving license



Physical Requirements


• Must be able to lift up to 30 pounds on occasion and with assistance.

• May be exposed to communicable diseases.

• Annual influenza vaccination is mandatory.

• Must pass pre-employment physical examination including drug screen.

• Must be physically able to move sufficiently enough to respond to emergency situations, including the potential to engaging in physical intervention to support client safety.

• Ability to perform primary job functions while sitting, typing, and viewing computer screen for extended periods of time.

• Must be able to complete all functions of the job with or without reasonable accommodation.






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