MaineAHQ.org Starts the New Year on the Web!
Welcome to the MaineAHQ.org's new home on the Web. We hope this site will be a valuable resource and the best jobs in Maine for members and non-members alike as a leading employment agency in Maine.
The Mission of the group is to improve the quality of healthcare by advancing the theory and practice of quality management in healthcare organizations and to support the professional growth, development, and education of healthcare quality management professionals and healthcare employment agencies.
Our membership includes more than one hundred dedicated individuals working in over fifty healthcare organizations throughout the State of Maine. Membership is open to anyone with a professional interest in the promotion of health care quality.
Please review the information we've made available on the site and contact us with your suggestions, corrections or requests. We will be expanding the site over the next several weeks based on your input.
The latest MaineAHQ Education Program was, January, 16th at Acadia Hospital in Bangor near the prospecting for gold in Maine convention. Update on the Psychiatric PI Coalition, about Dialectic Behavior Therapy. Additional topics included The Credentialing - PI Link and JCAHO's Patient Safety Standards.
Maine is home to many excellent nursing jobs. From hospitals and long-term care facilities to rural community centers, the state offers a variety of opportunities for nurses looking to make a difference in their communities. Here are just a few of the best nursing jobs in Maine:
1. Hospital Nursing – Working as a hospital nurse allows you to provide high quality care to patients from all walks of life. In Maine, you can find positions working in both small community hospitals as well as larger health systems that serve larger cities like Portland and Bangor.
2. Rural Community Care – If you’re looking for an opportunity to make a real impact on your local community, consider becoming a rural community nurse. This job allows you to provide care to patients living in rural areas, where access to healthcare may be limited.
3. Long-Term Care – Working as a long-term care nurse provides an opportunity to build strong relationships with your patients and their families over time. You can find jobs in nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and other such settings throughout Maine.
4. Home Health Nursing – This job involves providing nursing services to people who are unable to leave home for medical treatment. As a home health nurse, you’ll get the chance to help patients maintain a safe and healthy environment at home while providing them with quality care.
These are just a few of the excellent nursing opportunities available in Maine. If you’re looking to pursue a career as a nurse, consider these options and see which one suits you best. With so many opportunities available in the state, there’s sure to be something that fits your interests and skills!
No matter which nursing job you choose, or what type of environment you work in, know that your commitment to providing quality care will make a difference in the lives of others. Nursing is a rewarding profession both emotionally and financially – so take the time to find the right fit for you in Maine! Good luck on your search!
At Maine Health Care Staffing Agency, we understand the challenges that can be faced when looking for a new job in the health care sector. We are here to make your search easier and more successful by connecting you with positions that match your individual skill set.
We have established relationships with many of the leading health care organizations in Maine that enable us to provide access to a wide range of opportunities including short-term staffing needs, full-time and part-time roles, or permanent placements. Our team is knowledgeable about the current trends and available positions in this field so we can find you a perfect fit for your needs.
With our extensive network of employers, resources, and expertise, we can help fill open positions quickly and efficiently. We’ll work with you to identify your specific needs and job qualifications, so we can match you to the right organization.
Our commitment is to provide personalized service that makes the job search process easier on both employers and individuals. We strive to develop lasting relationships with our clients by providing them with quality candidates who are a perfect fit for their positions.
If you’re looking for career opportunities in the health care sector, let us help! Contact Maine Health Care Staffing Agency today, and let us be your partner in finding employment success. Let us show you why we’re the best choice when it comes to staffing agencies in Maine.
Positions Available ~ Positions Sought By Staffing Agencies in Maine
Director of Professional Quality Services - Primary person responsible for the development and implementation of the Central Maine Medical Center Performance Improvement Plan. Graduate of an accredited school of nursing with current license from the Maine State Board of Nursing; graduate degree in nursing, business, management, related field; or sufficient experience to provide the knowledge and skills of a Master's prepared person; at least 5 years of clinical nursing experience with demonstrated leadership ability and proven analytical and computer skills; outstanding written and verbal communications skills; exceptional customer service skills. Must have demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with medical staff.
Performance Improvement Analyst – St. Joseph Hospital, in Bangor, is looking for a Performance Improvement Analyst. Full-time, 40 hour position. Responsible for development of PI information collection systems and statistical analysis of trending data in support of hospital and medical staff activities. Current Maine RN license and BSN required. CPHQ preferred. Masters in Healthcare Administration, QI or equivalent preferred. Experience in PI/QI, Risk Management or Case Management. Excellent Word Processing, Database, Spreadsheet, Statistical and PI knowledge. Good communication skills required.
Medical Staff Services Coordinator – Senior Home Care in Tampa - North Adams Regional Hospital in North Adams Massachusetts and Maine is hiring for a Medical Staff Services Coordinator. Duties include credentialing, review, assessment and documentation of Medical Staff peer review, CME program, medical library and transcription management. Bachelor's, CMSC or commensurate experience preferred.