Float Behavioral Health Associate - Full time - Evening/Night Shift (7 p.m.-7 a.m.) in Philadelphia, PA at Acadia Healthcare

Date Posted: 2/6/2020

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Job Description

Belmont Behavioral Hospital is a premiere provider of comprehensive treatment for mental health conditions and substance abuse problems. Having been in operation for over 75 years as one of the most prominent providers of behavioral healthcare treatment services, Belmont is proud to offer high quality and specialized programming options for children, adolescents, adults, and older adults who are suffering from psychiatric concerns and chemical dependency.

We are currently seeking a Full time, Evening/Night Shift (7 p.m.-7 a.m.), Float Behavioral Health Associate.

The Float Behavioral Health Associate (BHA) assists patients as needed to ensure clinical success. Provides services under the supervision of the Registered Nurse.  The float BHA does not have an assigned unit or shift but rather is assigned based on the hospital's and patient’s needs. Assignment of duties are made by Nursing Leadership to reflect the hospital and patient acuity and to ensure continued patient care services across the organization.  Reflective of the active nature of the hospital, float BHA assignments may be shifted as needed throughout their shift, but all attempts will be made to minimize the number of times the assignment is changed.

Float BHA's are expected to maintain competency and ability to function in each of the following areas:

  • Inpatient Adult Services
  • Inpatient Child and Adolescent Services
  • Philadelphia Children’s Crisis Response Center
  • Admissions Department
  • Outpatient Services
  • Electroconvulsive Therapy

The position requires:

High school diploma or equivalent (GED) and 2 years of experience in Human Services and/or Behavioral Health or an Associate’s degree or higher in a human services field and 1 year of experience. Current CPR certification is required.



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