Our Lady of Peace (OLOP) is a private, not-for-profit psychiatric hospital in Louisville, KY, a service of Jewish Hospital & St. Mary’s HealthCare. The hospital was originally founded in 1951 by the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth. With 396 beds, Peace is one of the one of the largest psychiatric hospitals in the nation. The Children’s Peace Center at Our Lady of Peace is the largest and most comprehensive private provider of child/adolescent inpatient psychiatric care in the country. Our Lady of Peace operates a full continuum of services for patients from young children to seniors, with a special emphasis on psychiatric care for children and adolescents, including several special needs programs. Patients come to Peace from all over Kentucky and the surrounding region, including eleven other states. Visit
2S: Developmentally delayed ages 14-17
Provides delegated components of nursing care to patients including monitoring, specimen collection, psychoeducation, assistance with activities of daily living and behavior management in accordance with physician orders and established nursing policies and procedures. Care provided is based on defined standards of patient care and practice.
High School or GED
2 years of social services experience with 1 year in mental health direct patient care.
60 college credit hours in a social services field with 1 year mental health direct patient care experience.
Bachelor’s degree in social services field, with social services experience preferred, but not required.
Healthcare Provider/Basic Life Support required.
Ability to complete Safe Crisis Management and perform Safe Crisis Management techniques required.
Demonstrates a commitment to service, organization values and professionalism through appropriate conduct and demeanor at all times.
Adheres to and exhibits our core values:
Having a profound spirit of awe and respect for all creation, shaping relationships to self, to one another and to God and acknowledging that we hold in trust all that has been given to us.
Moral wholeness, soundness, uprightness, honesty and sincerity as a basis of trustworthiness.
Feeling with others, being one with others in their sorrows and joys, rooted in the sense of solidarity as members of the human community.
Outstanding achievement, merit, virtue; continually surpassing standards to achieve/maintain quality.
Maintains confidentiality and protects sensitive data at all times.
Adheres to organizational and department specific safety standards and guidelines.
Works collaboratively and supports efforts of team members.
Demonstrates exceptional customer service and interacts effectively with physicians, patients, residents, visitors, staff and the broader health care community.
Catholic Health Initiatives and its organizations are Equal Opportunity Employers
Mental Health (Non-Nursing)
KY-Louisville-Our Lady Of Peace
Scheduled Hours per 2-week Pay Period
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