Where does one find a job in addictions nursing? - page 2
That's pretty much my question. Are the jobs in in- patient rehabs? I'd love to give this area a shot, it hits close to home ( not me with the addiction). But I'd really like to help these people:)... Read More
- 0Jan 15, '13 by garnetgirl29I'm a new grad working in a detox/mental health clinic. I found this job by word of mouth. They didn't advertise, so I called the clinic to ask if they were hiring new grad LPNs and was instructed to complete an application on their website and email it directly to the site director. I had applied to numerous jobs nearly every weekday for 2 months before I found this one, then in the same week was called for an interview to a LTC facility, which I turned down because I had already accepted this position. I haven't been here long, but aside from the very demanding drug seekers, I like my job. There's good & bad with any job, so I do my best to take it in stride. Just find out the names of all the addictions facilities in your area and start calling or visiting with resumes in hand. Good luck!!
- 0Nov 5, '13 by frosti1031I work in a state-run inpatient level III.7 addictions treatment center. Keep checking if no nursing jobs are currently posted. We are always looking for pool nurses too. https://svc.mt.gov/statejobsearch/se...ts.aspx?size=0