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With the many changes taking place in the behavioral healthcare environment and the reconfiguration of agencies, many staff openings are becoming available, and many individuals are seeking positions. As a result, NJAMHAA has been offering this classified-ad service to both members and nonmembers: A fee for placing the posting and the cost of the communication has been paid for by the individual advertising the position.


New Jersey Prevention Networik -- Director of Operations

The New Jersey Prevention Network (NJPN) is a public health agency working to create healthier communities by reducing the burden of substance abuse, addiction and other chronic disease. NJPN reaches its mission by building capacity among professionals, fostering positive collaboration among providers, and promoting the use of evidence-based practices and strategies.

NJPN is searching for a Director of Operations which will be a full time position responsible for operational management; financial management and budget development and management; human resource management; new business development and grant writing; and programmatic management as required.

Requirements:  Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree or Master’s degree. QuickBooks Certification preferred.  At least five years’ experience in fiscal management including understanding of Accounting Software, state government grant management systems (CIMS, SAGE, etc) required.  A full understanding of non-profit funding systems.  Public health and/or prevention background and program management needed; and grant writing experience a plus. Ability to effectively present information to top management, public groups and/or Board of Directors.

Send resumes to: info@njpn.org


Posted: July 19, 2017


Coordinated Family Care Seeks an Operations Manager

Coordinated Family Care (CFC) is a private non-profit Care Management Organization funded by the NJ Department of Children and Families. We provide guidance, options, and assistance to Middlesex County families that care for youth who present with moderate to very high levels of behavioral and/or emotional needs, and/or developmental disabilities. Care Management Organizations are an important part of a state-wide effort to improve New Jersey's coordination of care for youth and their families.

CFC's approach to helping families is grounded in a philosophy that begins with three key elements:

Choice - To provide the right services to families at the right time, CFC has developed relationships with many types of providers throughout the county.

Voice - CFC works with the family and whoever the family wants involved (aunts/uncles, neighbors, friends, clergy, etc.) to develop a plan of care.

Resources - CFC helps families access creative, non-traditional services. CFC will also help families apply for and obtain state benefits that will assist with longer term care that may be needed.

Employment Opportunitiy: OPERATIONS MANAGER – Full-time, Exempt
Skills: License required: LCSW, LPC, or LMFT. At least five years’ experience supervising and in a middle management role with oversight of social service staff in a non-profit family service organization. At least three years’ experience working within the NJ Children’s System of Care.

Job Description: Supports and implements the day to day operations of the organization through the supervision of Care Management Supervisor staff. Ensures that Care Management teams are effective in the provision of services and adhering to all relevant regulatory standards. Assists the Chief Operating Officer in implementation and training of Care Management standards and staff to ensure organizational progress in achieving those goals and objectives within the strategic and annual plans as they relate to service provision, compliance with regulatory standards and employee relations. Effectively communicates that Operations staff are integrating the mission and values of the organization in their work with youth and families.

Coordinated Family Care's commitment to the families we serve is reflected in the comprehensive benefits offered to our full-time employees.
Valid NJ Driver’s license and background check required pre-hire for all positions.
Coordinated Family Care is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Posted July 7, 2017

New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome & Associated Disorders, Inc. – Medical and Family Outreach Coordinator

Summary: NJCTS is seeking a full-time mid-level professional with strong preference for prior experience in a small non-profit organization to work closely with the Program Manager to develop, organize and maintain all medical outreach, family support and volunteer recruitment programs.

• Develops, implements, manages and continually enhances ongoing programs including
o Expands, schedules and organizes Patient Centered Medical Education (PCMEs) and grand rounds training sessions in hospitals to the medical community
o Outreach to hospitals and doctors’ offices to increase awareness of NJCTS programs
o Physician referral program
? Identify qualified, trained GSAPP graduates to include in Physicians Referral List
? Identify experts to add to Physicians Referral List
? Conduct outreach to physicians on PRL to ensure accuracy and most recent information
o Support the planning of childhood mental health conference and all other medical conferences
o Family support, including intakes and ongoing support
? Ensures all families are informed about the ranges of supports available from and through NJCTS
o Helps identify families who may volunteer and/or provide financial support to NJCTS
o Manages and expands support group opportunities
o Volunteer recruitment, assignment, support and retention to include corporate and school team participation
o Develops volunteer manual, screening tool(s) and training process/materials
o Summer Intern recruitment, training and supervision
o Ensures documentation is clear, thorough, accurate and timely
o Ensures confidentiality of all written and verbal information
• Collaborates on development and implementation
o Family Retreat Weekend
o Leadership Academy
o Childhood Mental Health Disorders Conference
o Others as assigned
• Works with Executive Director to enhance program evaluation
• Collaborates with Staff to ensure successful relationships and participation at conferences for professionals such as school nurses, learning disability specialists, school psychologists, NASW, NJEA, including identification of appropriate volunteers
• Collects and reports on data relative to all program activities including family support, Family Retreat Weekend, physician referral list and volunteer program
• Ensures that all families are referred to Rutgers repository as appropriate

• Bachelor in public health, social work or psychology
• Minimum 3 years of work experience or non-profit background in social work, healthcare, public health, nursing, or psychology required. Volunteer experience helpful but not required.
• Demonstrated experience matching resources to recipients
• Ability to match and supervise volunteers to organizational need
• Excellent communication and people skills
• Excellent attention to detail, organization and analytical skills
• Experience with identifying/analyzing needs toward program improvement
• Strong proficiency in Microsoft Office programs
• Ability to carry weight of up to 15 lbs (relative to conference table set up)

To Apply: Please provide a cover letter, resume and salary requirements to Resumes@njcts.org. Kindly use Medical & Family Outreach Coordinator in the subject line.

Posted July 3, 2017


New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome & Associated Disorders, Inc. - Communications and Public Relations Coordinator

Summary: NJCTS is seeking a full-time mid-level communications, public relations and marketing professional with strong preference for prior experience in a small non-profit organization to work closely with the Executive Director to create and manage a comprehensive communications strategy for this Somerville based organization. The Communications and Public Relations Coordinator will inform communication with NJCTS members, friends, funders, legislators, educators, the medical community, and community-based organizations through print and electronic publications.

• Advises NJCTS staff on communications challenges and opportunities to enhance the visibility and reputation of the organization
• Develops and maintains relationships and represents NJCTS with key print and online journalists
• Writes and distributes NJCTS press releases, newsletters, legislative outreach, annual report and other communications
• Creates and maintains an internet and social media strategy to enhance the awareness of NJCTS programs, activities and special events
• Develops and maintains content for NJCTS website in WordPress, with emphasis on editorial responsibility and collaboration on technical matters with external vendors
• Works with NJCTS staff to develop and coordinate promotional materials supporting all special events and development initiatives
• Works with NJCTS staff to develop regional and statewide communication strategies related to specific events and programs
• Responsible for protecting and promoting NJCTS brand
• Ensures that data assets support the needs of the organization
• Measures and monitors the effectiveness of all communications vehicles and seeks continuous improvement based on data and feedback
• Collaborates with and supports Executive Director on legislative outreach and advocacy
• Manages the GreaTS and other awareness campaigns

• Bachelor’s Degree required with equivalent work experience
• At least 3-5 years of work experience
• Experience with legislative outreach a plus
• Expertise in the use of the internet for marketing
• Experience in managing social media platforms
• Previous experience in managing websites and writing press releases
• Excellent communication and people skills
• Excellent attention to detail, organization and analytical skills
• Proficient with Microsoft Office programs and WordPress with DonorPerfect knowledge helpful
• Flexibility in scheduling to attend meeting and events in the evenings or weekends
• Ability to travel throughout New Jersey (5%)

To Apply: Please provide a cover letter, resume, salary requirements, three work references and three writing samples (one press release, one promotional sample and one feature article) to Resumes@njcts.org. Kindly use Communications and Public Relations Coordinator in the subject line.

Posted July 3, 2017


Comprehensive Behavioral Health Care Seeks Psychiatrist and Psychiatric APN

Part-Time Psychiatrist
Type:  Part-Time
Degree/Requirements: MD, CDS, DEA + NJ Board Eligible + Three years of direct practice experience, at least one year in a community mental health setting. Managed care preferred.
Job location:  Hackensack, NJ
Hours/Shift:  20 hours per week
Work with adult psychiatric population on an outpatient basis, providing psychiatric evaluations, and medication monitoring.  Works as part of a team with social workers and nurses.
Email Cover Letter and Resume to hr@cbhcare.com or Fax to 201-935-3991.
Refer to position: PT-MD

Part-Time Psychiatric Advanced Practice Nurse
Type:  Part-Time
Degree/Requirements:  Master's degree with NJ certification as a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner.  Three years of direct practice experience, at least one year in a community mental health setting.
Job location:  Lyndhurst or Hackensack, NJ (flexible)
Hours/Shift:  20 hours per week
Assumes treatment responsibility for adolescent and adult consumers in our Lyndhurst or Hackensack community behavioral health centers.
Performs psychiatric evaluations, medication monitoring & medication counseling, consults with other clinical staff, participates in staff meetings and functions as a member of the treatment team. Must be a certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in New Jersey.
Email Cover Letter and Resume to: hr@cbhcare.com or Fax to 201-935-3991.
Refer to job code:  PT-APN

To apply for any of these positions, email a Cover Letter and Resume to: hr@cbhcare.com or Fax to 201-935-3991.

Posted June 13, 2017

Outpatient Program Manager
The Center for Great Expectations is seeking a Program Manager for our Outpatient Program in New Brunswick, NJ.  The Outpatient Program provides intensive outpatient and traditional outpatient treatment services to individuals with substance use disorders, general mental health disorders and dual disorders.  Our clinicians provide trauma-informed substance abuse treatment that is client-centered and based on the principles of both trauma and addiction theory. The Program Manager provides leadership and oversight of programmatic functions, including census and business development, program development, and clinical supervision. Clinical responsibilities include assessment, counseling, and crisis interventions.  

Qualifications:  LCSW, LPC, LCADC or licensed psychologist with significant experience in mental health/trauma informed approach in a substance use disorder treatment environment.  Experience in supervision, team leadership or management required.  Experience and expertise in providing trauma informed services preferred. Knowledge of the local community and community-based service agencies relevant to the Outpatient Services client population preferred.  Bilingual (English/Spanish) speaking a plus.

The Center for Great Expectations is an Equal Opportunities Employer and welcomes applications from all suitable qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.

To apply for the position, please send a cover letter and your resume to jgiuliano@cge-nj.org or mail them to John Giuliano, 19A Dellwood Lane, Somerset, NJ 08873.  

Posted June 8, 2017



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