Expect to Grow with Seven Hills
Life offers so many choices, and for those who choose to work in the Human Services field, Seven Hills offers a variety of ways to not only support individuals and families to meet their life challenges, but enables employees to grow in their professional careers. Whether providing clinical support as a nurse, clinician or behaviorist, or building life skills as an educator, our staff can find support and opportunity here at Seven Hills.
Seven Hills currently offers four different career paths as well as a range of opportunities for direct support professionals. Each path highlights the education and skills required, licensure available, and if appropriate, the positions that are available across the agency associated with the level of education and experience. Seven Hills also provides tuition assistance on a reimbursement basis to support employees with their career goals.
Career Paths at Seven Hills:
Education – Early Childhood/Special Education
Direct Support Professional
"Nursing affords the opportunity to work with a variety of patients and populations in a wide variety of settings, and allows a nurse to determine his or her own career path." –Christine Gadbois, Vice President of Seven Hills Rhode Island. Ms. Gadbois started her nursing career path as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) at age 15, and has steadily advanced in her career with an Associate Degree, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, and a Master of Science in Community Health Nursing. In addition to obtaining Board Certifications as a Public Health Clinical Nurse Specialist, a Developmental Disabilities Nurse, and as a Psychiatric & Mental Health Nurse, Christine is also President of the Rhode Island State Nurses Association. She is currently pursuing a Doctorate in Nursing Practice in Public Health.
For more information on Career Paths at Seven Hills, please contact Sharon Brownfield, Chief Learning Officer, at 508.983.1350 or email@example.com