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|With the many changes taking place in the behavioral health care environment and the reconfiguration of agencies, many staff openings are becoming available, and many staff members are seeking positions. As a result, NJAMHA has been offering its members this service: Alerting members about openings or availability of staff via email, for a charge. A fee for placing the posting and the cost of the communication has been paid for by the individual advertising the position.|
Several Opportunities at Volunteers of America Delaware Valley Inc.
Volunteers of America is a local faith-based, non-profit organization serving low-income, homeless, developmentally disabled and offender populations. We are looking for qualified candidates for various positions for worksites in Philadelphia and Camden & Gloucester counties in New Jersey. Bilingual (English/Spanish) communication skills a plus.
We offer a competitive salary and excellent benefits package. If you are committed to serving those in need and wish to be an active part of a team assisting clients in achieving their goals, then Volunteers of America has an opportunity for you. For more information and to begin the application process, visit our website at www.voadv.org to apply on line and learn about a career with Volunteers of America. EEO/AA
Director of Nursing
Director of Substance Abuse Counseling
Program Manager 3
Substance Abuse Counselor 1
Substance Abuse Counselor 2
Accounts Payable Coordinator
Work Readiness Coordinator
Program Manager 2
Social Service Coordinator 1
Residential Program Counselor 1
Residential Program Counselor 2
Chief Operating Officer for Strategic Business Development and Fund Raising
Archway Programs is pleased to announce the addition of a new position to its executive team and business strategy: the Chief Operating Officer for Strategic Business Development and Fund Raising.
To succeed in the position, the successful candidate will need to develop and implement research and marketing strategies in conjunction with various department heads to increase the company’s market share by identifying services related to the mission and talents of the agency; analyze the results of marketing efforts, making recommendations for extension, change, or discontinuation of current service lines. The ability to uncover new areas and directions for market penetration of company services and talents with accompanying revenue streams is essential, as is the ability to organize marketing priorities to coincide with the company’s overall corporate growth plans. Responsibilities will focus on three areas.
Strategic Business Development
In the area of strategic business development, the COO develops, negotiates, and implements partnerships with private and public agencies and external funding sources by planning and implementing strategic business development activities in order to meet company targets for program growth and profitability; and oversees the overall design, development, and communication of planning activities that ensure market competitiveness and organizational excellence by performing the duties personally or through subordinate supervisors.
Fundraising and Grant Writing
In the area of fundraising and grant writing, the COO will work with executives, program leadership, the Archway Board of Trustees and Archway Foundation Board members to identify and cultivate new sources of charitable donations to the agency in order to increase financial support from the business and general community. The agency uses a collaborative team approach to grant seeking and writing in order to engage everyone in the process of future development. The COO must employ successful team leadership skills.
In the area of operation support, the COO will direct, administer, and coordinate the activities of the organization in support of policies, goals, and objectives established by the chief executive officer and the Board of Directors by performing duties personally or through subordinate managers.
In addition, the successful candidate will demonstrate: proven grant writing and fundraising success; not-for-profit organizational management; excellent communication skills; leadership and vision; and a working knowledge of public and private funding systems and contract policies.
For consideration, please send resume and salary requirements to Jayne Knee, 280 Jackson Rd., Atco, NJ 08004; fax 856/753-5882; or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V
Several Opportunities Available at Turning Point
Turning Point: Compassionate Treatment For Alcoholism & Drug Dependency
Turning Point is a CARF accredited residential and outpatient, substance abuse and mental health treatment program. We offer paid medical and dental benefits to full time employees, pension plan and more. We are currently recruiting for the following positions at our Paterson, Secaucus and Verona offices:
Immediate Openings ~
Title: Primary Counselor – Out Patient Program – Verona – Part time
_ Qualifications: Clinical Master's degree and LCADC are required.
_ Responsibilities: Evening hours 4:30 pm – 8:30 pm, conducting groups, etc.
Title: Mental Health Intake Worker– Admissions Department - Paterson – Full time
_Qualifications: Master’s Degree preferred in Social Work or Psychology. LCADC Preferred. Strong clinically/diagnostic skills, knowledge of DSMIV and knowledge of chemical dependence and 12 Step programs.
_Responsibilities: Position responsibilities are, but not limited to answering telephone inquires about admission to Turning Point, completing Pre- Admission Screening and scheduling admissions as appropriate. Screen clients and determine appropriateness of admission based on DSM, ASAM, and agency criteria. Complete Diagnostic Interview on all clients with a Co-Occurring Disorder. Make referrals as appropriate. Screen clients to determine funding eligibility and insure all funding requirements are met. Verify client insurance benefits and eligibility, Obtain pre-certification as indicated.
Title: Intake Worker – Admissions - Paterson – Full time
_Qualifications: CADC or 60 CADC credits, Bachelors Degree in human health related, Master’s Degree preferred in Social Work or Psychology, Knowledge of chemical dependence and 12 Step programs.
_Responsibilities: Position requirements are, but not limited to answer telephone inquires about admission to Turning Point, completing Pre- Admission Screening and scheduling admissions as appropriate. Screen clients and determine appropriateness of admission based on agency criteria. Make referrals as appropriate, Maintain waiting list, Screen clients to determine funding eligibility and insure all funding requirements are met. Verify client insurance benefits and eligibility. Obtain pre-certification as indicated.
Title: Mental Health Clinician – Women’s Program - Paterson – Full time
_Qualifications: Master’s level clinical, LCADC, LCSW or LPC,
_Responsibilities: Position requirements are, but not limited to assessment skills including the use of NJSAMS, ASI and current DSM. Knowledge of mental illness and psychotropic medication, experience in the provision of individual and group therapy to assigned clients with COD. Coordinate client’s treatment with the medical /psychiatric and other internal departments of Turning Point. Coordinate client’s treatment and after care with external interested parties such as families, referents, legal authorities, treatment agencies through ongoing case management
Title: Counselor Aide – Paterson / Secaucus – Per Diem – all shifts
- Qualifications: High School diploma or equivalent, valid NJ driver’s license and minimum 30 CADC credit hours completed.
- Requirements: Required are strong knowledge of 12-Step program, CADC credits hours, and must be reliable. Duties include monitoring clients’ activities, charting and documentation.
Title: Primary Counselor - Residential Program -Secaucus - Full time
- Qualifications: LCADC or CADC required. Minimum 3 years experience in the behavioral health field
- Responsibilities: Screening, intake and assessment, facilitation of psycho education groups required. Manage a caseload (6-8 clients) of detox and residential clients. Knowledge of NJSAM, DSM and ASAM a plus.
Title: RN – Detox department - Secaucus – Per Diem / flexible shifts / partial shifts
- Qualifications: NJ registered nurse, team player, multi tasker, experience with treating substance abuse clients and COD experience a plus. Knowledge of addictions and 12-step program.
- Responsibilities: Monitor/treat detox and residential clients on dedicated detox unit.
Due to significant budget cuts, NJAMHA has unfortunately had to make the very difficult decision to lay off staff and consultants in order to balance the rest of this fiscal year's budget. The following are currently seeking employment opportunities.
Healthcare planning analyst professional with an MS in Public Management and Policy Analysis and more than 10 years of solid experience in a variety of disciplines seeks a full or part-time policy analyst/planning position as an employee or contractor. Independent and team contributor in a variety of environments.
Desire to impart a tangible contribution using strong communication, organizational, and management skills that complement keen problem analysis, resolution and leadership attributes with experience in, but not limited to: policy analysis, administration, strategic planning, regulatory affairs and staff support.
Please contact Patti McCutcheon at (908) 638-9441 or via e-mail: email@example.com
Technical Support/Customer Service Analyst with five years experience who has demonstrated a sophisticated level of technical expertise in identifying and resolving problems associated with an electronic time and attendance record management application used by the staff of 280 developmental disabilities provider organizations, as well as researching, testing and conveying work around solutions.
Strong organizational and administrative skills, coupled with excellent communication skills, this team player is available for immediate hire.
Please email Joan D'Ottavio at firstname.lastname@example.org
Business Analyst, Technical Trainer, Web Master with more than 25 years experience with Fortune 100, Fortune 500, non-profit and educational organizations available for immediate hire.
Highly ethical detail and measurable results oriented technical manager with a demonstrated record for providing quality and creative management, training, technical writing, technical training and business productivity solutions.
- Veteran 'Hands-on' IT Senior Manager
- Overseas IT Training Department Head
- Architect of Human Talent Teams
- Proven IT 'Turn-Around' Management Specialist
- Multi-Discipline IT Department Start-Up Architect
- 'Outside-the-Box' Problem Solver
- IT Procurement Specialist
- IT Systems and Business Analyst
- Quality Assurance Manager
- IT Help Desk Architect and Manager
- Custom Training Program Designer
- Multi-Discipline Technical Trainer
- Published Technical Writer and Instructional Designer
- Application and Database Developer
- Experienced Data Analyst
- LAN Disaster / Recovery Instructor and Designer
- Senior LAN Administrator, PC/LAN Technical Support Team Lead
- Wiki / Website Designer
This self-motivated professional is acutely aware of priorities and completion of multi-faceted projects on-time and within budget.
Network Manager with 20+ years of expertise and experience in a fast paced goal orientated company. Experience in proactive preventative maintenance of the network and systems. Excellent trouble shooting skills necessary in Disaster Recovery situations. Not afraid to think outside of the box in order to complete the task.
Please contact Robin Bostic at: (856) 273-7658 (Home) (609) 784-3277 (Cell) or email her at: RobinKBost@aol.com
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