Health & Mental Health | Programs/Services
How do you impact your community as a Licensed Professional Nurse? Have you considered providing exceptional care to youth in promoting healthy and inclusive communities? Jefferson Hills is committed to Colorado’s at-risk children, youth, and families with mental health and human services. Known for our intensive, staff secure programs, Jefferson Hills is a leader in working in partnership with the community to meet the needs of these vulnerable children, youth, and families. We welcome you to learn more about who we are, what we do, and how you can help. Jefferson Hills offers Registered Nurses the opportunity for a challenging and rewarding career outside of hospital care. The executive team of Jefferson Hills supports staff and clients with over 25 years of mental health and education services experience. We seek to provide professional learning and development through ongoing training and a tuition reimbursement program. In addition, Jefferson Hills offers competitive pay, shift differentials, shift bonuses and a comprehensive benefits program including health, dental and vision coverage, 403(b) with company match, long and short term disability plans and a free meal for every 8 hours worked! Seasoned professionals and new graduates who are interested in making an immediate and lasting impact on children and youth are encouraged to apply.
What our clients are saying:
“Terrific facility. They helped my sister-in-law through a crisis and she had nothing but positive things to say about her experience there. Staff was warm and welcoming and I truly am thankful this facility exists!”
“Thank you for all the help you gave (name). We really appreciate everything you do!”
What our team members are saying:
“I’m so pleased to work for an organization that is invested in the health and wellbeing of our clients. I get up each morning with a sense of purpose and work side by side with talented and engaged staff.”
Schedule: Days, Overnight, Part Time, On call.
Our nurses work as members of interdisciplinary teams provide general and psychiatric healthcare to clients facing acute mental health needs in the hospital diversion program (New Vistas) and Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU).