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Assistant Director of Nursing (ADON)/Unit Manager - Beverly, MA - Up to $65/hr! - Full-Time


Beverly, MA, USA

Job Type



$60/hr - $65/hr

About Caring Staff

Work with Caring Staff and get paid up to $65/hr with bonus opportunities as a Assistant Director of Nursing (ADON)/Unit Manager working at a skilled nursing facility in Beverly, MA and the surrounding areas. Choose your shifts and get paid weekly!

At Caring Staff, we believe that the better a nursing professional is physically and mentally, the better care they are able to provide. We care about your work-life balance because we know how much care you put into your work.

What you get as a Caring employee:
• Assistant Director of Nursing (ADON)/Unit Manager hourly pay range: $60/hr - $65/hr
• Weekly Pay
• Flexible Scheduling
• Pick Up Shifts Directly From Your Phone
• Bonus Incentives & Holiday Pay
• Employee Discount Program
• W-2 Employer — Your Taxes Are Paid For By Us!
• Easy and Fast Onboarding Process
• Unbeatable Company Culture

Wanna hear more about our agency directly from the nursing professionals who work with us? Here's what our "Caring Staff" have to say about their experience with Caring Staff Nursing Agency:

"I love how Caring Staff is always available to answer any question I may have. I love the flexibility and incentives to let us know we are appreciated."

"I have been with this company for about a month and they are amazing. Great communication, beyond understanding staff and a variety of shifts available. I look forward to a strong future with this company."

"I am new to Caring Staff it is a nice company to work for. Flexible shifts with good pay and their office is very nice and helpful. I work and attend nursing school this company is perfect for my situation."

"I have worked with several major agencies before and I honestly love caring staff. Nicole is phenomenal, I am able to make my schedule at ease. They are a great agency to work for and very personable."

"I started working as a CNA with this company in August! I love the flexibility and how accommodating they are. The recruiting staff are amazing with getting shifts. Alyssa is always looking out for the employees. She is very good at scheduling. I’m very pleased and happy to be a part of the nursing team. Thank you so much for this great opportunity."

What You'll Do

  • Assist the Director of Nursing (DON) in working with management staff, Administrator, and Consultants in planning all aspects of the nursing operation, including setting priorities and job assignments.

  • Monitor each unit’s activities as assigned, communicate policies, evaluate performance, provide feedback, and assist, coach, and discipline as needed

  • Assist with staff development such as: identifying areas of educational improvement for staff, implementing policies and methods to educate staff and maintaining proper hygiene and infection prevention as set forth by MA-DPH

  • Develop and maintain positive relationships with residents, family members, staff and medical team

  • Conduct regular rounds to monitor delivery of nursing care, effective coordination with other support services, cleanliness and appearance of the residents, and morale of staff and to ensure residents’ needs are being met in a proactive manner

  • Carry out, coordinate, and manage administrative functions in areas or programs related to Nursing Services.


  • COVID-19 Vaccination Required

  • Must possess valid unencumbered, RN State License. Nursing degree from an accredited college or university preferred.

  • Minimum three (3) years of clinical nursing experience within a hospital, nursing care center or other related healthcare setting.

  • Must have experience in supervision and principles, practice of teaching, etc.

  • Experience in rehabilitative and restorative nursing practices strongly preferred.

  • Strong communication skills with the ability to deal tactfully with personnel, residents, family members, visitors, government agencies/personnel, and the public.

  • Must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care appropriate to the age-related needs of the residents served.

  • Must be a supportive team member, contribute to and be an example of teamwork and team concept.

  • Must be knowledgeable of nursing and medical practices and procedures, as well as laws, regulations, and guidelines that pertain to nursing care facilities.

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