Current openings:

Please pass these along - always happy to pay a referral bonus if the nurse is hired!

Job # 20-68
Position: RN
Location: Work from home
Type: Covid Case Manager
Status: EVERY Saturday/Sunday/Mondays (sorry no job share)
  • Telephone clinical triage in COVID19 Nurse Hotline Center;
  • Follow screening and triage guidelines per the CDC
  • Excellent documentation of the case for follow up

Job # 20-60
Position: Occupational Health or Urgent Care Nurse ( RN )
Location: Alpharetta, GA
Type: Manufacturing
Status: Part Time 16-24 hours, flexible
  • Performs health screenings and health assessments
  • Evaluation & Treatment of injuries and illnesses
  • Wellness programs & immunizations
  • Performs Disability and Workers' Compensations case management.
  • Ergonomic evaluations

  • RN license.
  • Current CPR
  • Experience in an urgent care, emergency or occupational health preferred.
  • Computer skills

To apply email a resume as an attached word document to
Nancy Clover RN, COHN-S
Occupational Health Connections
978-686-9739   Fax: 978-258-2682
PO Box 2106  Methuen, MA 01844


Free CNE:

How to Survive the Pandemic with An Unbroken Spirit
Actions to Take Right Now to Stay Strong and Focused
A FREE, On-Demand Webinar for ALL Nurses
The impact of caring for COVID-19 patients on nurses’ mental health is now well known. The content of this 60 minute on-demand webinar gives you the best and most up-to-date tools to stay strong and focused on your vitally important work and find calmness in the chaos.
Presented by nurse experts who serve on ANA’s Healthy Nurse, Healthy Nation’s Strength through Resiliency Committee, this program focuses on:
  • Brand-new screening resources developed to detect mental health issues in nurses caring for COVID-19 patients
  • How to perform a reliable self-assessment
  • Successfully deal with your own grief and bereavement in the fast-paced environment of COVID-19
  • Effective ways to cope with your other emotions: Anger, loneliness, isolation, anxiety, depression, fear
  • Proven, evidence-based ways to improve your resilience now and into the future
  • Recommendations for tools, resources, and apps that will help you deal with the mental health challenges of caring for COVID-19
  • Suicide prevention: Helping yourself and your colleagues during this difficult time
  • Getting the help you need: What to do when you need additional help and where to get it


Nov 6: Webinar:
The Case for Universal Mask Wearing by the Public
Friday, November 6, 11:45 am to 12:45 pm
ZOOM opens at 11:30. Presentation begins at 11:45.
Dean Hashimoto, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Occupational Health Services
Workplace Health and Wellness, Mass General Brigham
Join Zoom meeting
Password: masks

Nov 18: Free Webinar: Understanding Emotional Responses: Anxiety, Worry, Stress and Toxic Reaction

Dec 3-4 NECOEM/MaAOHN Conference is going virtual

Occ Health Info:

CDC Infographic - How to Select, Wear, and Clean Your Face Cover/Mask

This Won’t Hurt a Bit: Employee Temperature and Health Screenings – A List of Statewide Orders (UPDATE)

CSF Leak From COVID-19 Nasal Swab Reported

Vaccine Administration and Clinical Guidance
Information for healthcare and public health professionals on communication regarding vaccine decisions and specific guidelines on vaccine administration.

Top 5 Considerations When Implementing Temperature Screening Technology --

10 Ways to Improve Patient Interactions While Wearing a Mask

This is an excellent resource for RTW employees & mental health

The Well-being Initiative.