SC MENTOR: Founded in 1984, South Carolina MENTOR provides home and community- based services to children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities as well as youth facing emotional, behavioral and medically complex challenges. South Carolina MENTOR offers an array of cost-effective residential treatment options including Therapeutic Foster Care and Host Home programs, as well as coordinating support service for children and adults throughout the state. South Carolina MENTOR is a partner of The MENTOR Network, a national network of local health and human services providers offering quality, community-based services to adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities, brain and spinal cord injuries and illnesses, and to youth with emotional, behavioral and medically complex challenges as well as their families. With opportunities from coast to coast, when you join South Carolina MENTOR and The MENTOR Network, you’ll make a difference every day and help to provide quality of life enhancing services to individuals across the country.
Every person needs the support of others, but we look for very special people to support individuals with disabilities; children with emotional, behavioral or medical complexities; children and adults with brain injury). As a Registered Nurse (RN) with SC MENTOR you’ll be one of those special people.
For SC MENTOR and The MENTOR Network the RN is critical to our success and exemplifies the wonderful mission driven work we do here every day.
To that end, the RN role is a fantastic role to continue your career path in Social and Human Services with a myriad of career options to move up and across the organization.
SC MENTOR is seeking a part time (20 hours per week) RN to provide nursing services, training and support to address the medical psychiatric needs of individuals with developmental disabilities, and emotional or behavioral challenges.
Founded in 1980, The MENTOR Network is a national network of local human services providers offering an array of quality, community-based services in more than 30 states to adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities, brain and spinal cord injuries and other catastrophic injuries and illnesses, and to youth with emotional, behavioral and medically complex challenges as well as their families.
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