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Registered Nurse (FT/PT)

Community Westbury, NY
  • Expired: 22 days ago. Applications are no longer accepted.

Community Mainstreaming Associates, Inc. (CMA) is seeking a full time or part time Registered Nurse to work in a residential group home. Under the supervision of the Nursing Supervisor, the Registered Nurse is responsible for all nursing practices related to an individual’s Plan of Care in accordance with established rules and regulations of New York State, OPWDD and Agency policy. The Registered Nurse will have an assigned caseload, however, is expected to provide direct and on-call support and supervision to all individuals.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Oversee and monitor medical care of individuals in residential program

  • Oversee and monitor medication regimen of residents

  • Provide direct supervision with medication administration to AMAP staff

  • Maintain OPWDD compliance with all medication regulations at residential sites

  • Provide direct supervision of residential staff with First Aid, Nutrition, OSHA, etc.

  • Assist with training of direct care staff

  • Telephone triage on call required

  • Other duties as assigned


  • Bachelor’s Degree in nursing highly preferred or Associate’s Degree

  • OPWDD experience a plus

  • Licensed as registered professional nurse in New York State.

  • Strong documentation, communication and organizational skills a must

  • Valid NYS Driver’s License


At Community Mainstreaming (CMA), we believe people are defined by what they can do — not by what they can’t. We’re a Long Island non-profit organization committed to helping those with intellectual and developmental disabilities lead more meaningful and productive lives within their communities by: Providing personalized services to help those with intellectual and developmental disabilities maximize their potential at home; Offering customized vocational training and support to assist them in pursuit of employment; and Creating opportunities to enjoy recreational activities and socializing opportunities with their peers. Since our inception, we’ve grown from a single residence in King’s Point into an advocate for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities — offering a range of services and helping shape public policy.


Westbury, NY