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Chief Executive Officer


Bright Harbor Healthcare, Inc., a private not-for profit fully integrated Community Behavioral Health Agency offering mental health, substance use disorder, extensive residential programs and primary care services serving the residents of  Ocean County, NJ is seeking a Chief Executive Officer.  The ideal candidate will be a forward thinker whose business ideas will align with our company mission and vision.


Educational and Experience Requirements:

1. An advanced degree in a Human Services field such as:  an MSW, MA in Counseling Services or Psychology

2. A business degree in Finance, Economics, or Business Administration

3. A minimum of 7 to 10 years' experience working in the human services field leading/managing mental health programs, substance use disorder programs and/or residential services programs.


The responsibilities of the Chief Executive Officer include:

  • Administer policies of the Corporation as determined by the Board of Trustees;
  • Prepare the annual budget in consultation with the Finance Committee of the Board of Trustees;
  • Administer the corporation’s finances;
  • Organize and be responsible for the total corporate operations;
  • Participate in conferences, seminars, consultations and strategic partnerships in accordance Board directives;
  • Demonstrate ability to develop and execute forward-thinking business plans; communicate strategy, share vision, and lead organization to targeted goals;
  • Market and promote the agency and its services in the community.


We offer a competitive salary and generous benefits package.

Interested candidates may submit their credentials and salary requirements to:

Kim Wolf, Human Resources Coordinator
Bright Harbor Healthcare, Inc.
687 Route 9
Bayville, NJ 08721
Fax (732) 269-4856




Rutgers University Integrated Substance Use Disorder Training Program (RUISTP) Announces One-Year Fellowship Opportunities 

Posting Summary

This a unique opportunity to be a Fellow in the newly formed Rutgers University Integrated Substance Use Disorder Training Program (RUISTP). The RUISTP is a federally funded, one-year, full-time, interprofessional fellowship program for licensed psychologists, social workers, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners. Selected Fellows will have the opportunity to gain distinctive expertise in team-based integrated healthcare and substance use disorder (SUD) service delivery in primary care medical settings. As part of the largest academic medical center in New Jersey, Rutgers University Behavioral Health Care offers an ideal environment to receive exclusive and specialized training in diverse treatment settings in underserved areas of the state. Fellows will have access to a large network of national and university-affiliated experts in health sciences and healthcare delivery, as well as access to university-wide educational and professional development resources. As an added bonus, we are centrally located in close proximity to both the New York and Philadelphia metropolitan areas.

Clinical Training

Fellows will be matched to a participating clinical training site based on tailored assessments of Fellows’ training needs and interests. Fellows will receive intensive clinical training and robust didactics in integrated behavioral healthcare and SUD treatment. The RUISTP will prepare Fellows to deliver evidence-based opioid use disorder (OUD) treatment; nurse practitioners and physician assistants will specifically obtain DATA-2000 waivers for the medication treatment of OUD. All clinical sites are in high-need, medically underserved communities of New Jersey.

Research Opportunities

In addition to clinical training, Fellows will have the opportunity to engage in research as desired and in accordance with professional development goals. As one of the nation’s leading public academic research centers, Rutgers University offers Fellows the chance to learn more about and engage in meaningful clinical and health sciences research.

Qualifications Based on Profession

Psychologist: PhD or Psy.D. in clinical psychology. Experience or interest in health psychology preferred but not required. Candidate must be licensed in the State of New Jersey as a Clinical

Psychologist. If licensed in another state, candidate must present a one-year unsupervised temporary permit in order to work in New Jersey.

Social Worker: MA in social work with LCSW licensure in the state of New Jersey. Experience or training in medical environments preferred but not required.

Physician Assistant: Graduation from a PA Program approved by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP). Certification from the National Commission for Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA). New Jersey License from the State Board of Medical Examiners-Physician Advisory Committee. BLS required. 

Advanced Practice Nurse: Minimum of MS degree in Nursing with prescriptive ability in NJ. Current NJ Board of Nursing Certification as an Advanced Practice Nurse. Certification or experience in psychiatric mental health nursing preferred but not required. CDS and DEA Registration numbers required. 

The successful candidates will:

  • Have interest and/or experience in team-based care with members of an interprofessional care team
  • Have interest and/or experience with integrated care, behavioral medicine, and substance use disorder treatment
  • Have comfort working in behavioral health and primary care medical settings
  • Be enthusiastic, innovative, and self-motivated
  • Have excellent communication, collaboration, and problem-solving skills
  • Have the ability to interact effectively and sustain relationships with program administrators, colleagues, and peer Fellows


Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience. Fellows will be provided with standard benefits including health insurance and paid time off. Funding is available for materials and professional development related to program goals.

Due Date and Timeline

Applications will be received on a rolling basis until positions are filled. This is a one-year appointment. The intended start date is as early as January 2022.

How to apply

Interested applicants should submit:

  • Personal statement outlining clinical interests, other academic interests, qualifications, and professional goals
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Two letters of recommendation

 To apply and submit materials, go to:

Physician Assistants: https://jobs.rutgers.edu/postings/146900

Advance Practice Nurses: https://jobs.rutgers.edu/postings/146919


For additional information, contact the Program Director, Holly Lister, PhD at holly.lister@rutgers.edu

Posted Feb. 18, 2022




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