McLean Hospital employs a variety of administrative staff, from administrative assistants and project managers to operations staff. Watch Bob Baden, a member of our community for 12 years, talk about his experiences, as well as the various opportunities for career growth at McLean.
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McLean Hospital is a caring work environment with many opportunities to learn, grow and contribute.
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In Our Own Words
A workplace of collaboration and teamwork, McLean nurses, psychologists, mental health specialists, social workers, psychiatrists, research assistants and administrative staff form a bond, based on mutual respect and devotion to our patients. Watch the videos below to learn more about working at McLean.
Research assistants are essential to the functioning of the more than 60 research programs housed at McLean. Watch Kelly Sagar talk about her work at the McLean Imaging Center and about her path from starting as a research assistant and moving into her new role as a project manager.
Mental Health Specialists work on our clinical units, ensuring that those who come to McLean receive the best possible care. Watch Tito Banda, a 15-year McLean staff member, talk about his experience in the Clinical Evaluation Center and why he enjoys working with our patients.
From benchtop to clinical trials and translational research, McLean investigators work each day toward identifying causes and better treatments for psychiatric illness. Watch Bill Carlezon discuss his career at McLean and what he loves about the work he performs in his Behavioral Genetics Laboratory.
Social workers play a integral role in mental health care, working with our patients and their families to coordinate the treatment team and develop aftercare plans. Watch Kirsten Bolton talk about why she loves what she does, specifically within McLean's psychotic disorders division.
Psychiatrists work with each individual to determine the best course of treatment that will allow them to return to their community and live a fulfilling life. Watch Dost Öngür talk about his career at McLean and what makes him look forward to work each day.
Nursing positions provide a rich work experience in the milieu and give the nurse close contact with patients, their families and the clinical staff. Molly Jepsen’s experiences as a Mental Health Specialist convinced her that she wanted to become a Certified Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse Practitioner.