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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.

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Registered Nurses

Since 1968, Integrity, Inc. has provided comprehensive and successful rehabilitation services for individuals with a substance use disorder. In addition to our CARF accreditation, we are recognized statewide as a leader in addiction services. We provide inpatient treatment, outpatient treatment, halfway house, and sober living for individuals with substance use and other co-occurring mental health diagnoses to prepare for ongoing community base treatment and recovery. The location is Secaucus and must have exp. working with clients with Addiction disorder and Co-occurring disorder.

Full - time Licensed Registered Nurse (35 hours per week; M-F 3pm-11pm )
Duties, Responsibilities, Scope and Essential Functions
• Interpersonal and group communication skills
• Critical thinking and shared decision-making ensuring protection of patient’s self-determination
• Providing advocacy as needed to ensure patient knows and understands his rights
• Strong nursing skills and holistic health knowledge as addiction is rarely the only treatment necessary
• Provides compassionate support through all process phases
• Help patient become independent by meeting care goals and measuring those goals against patient healthcare outcomes, adjusting as necessary.
• Quality care assurance, following state and nursing guidelines and standards
• Work on a multidisciplinary team to discuss, assess and resolve patient problems, yet able to work independently
• Charting patient care in patient chart and department charts
• Documenting and communicating nursing care with next shift
• Patient confidentiality
• Maintain up-to-date nursing education, including knowledge of Internet resources for those with substance abuse
• Compliance with Department of Health, CARF and DEA Standards
• Patient care assessment: Monitor client’s physical and psychological withdrawal from substances.

Required Education and Experience:
• Nursing degree from accredited program
• Required Licensing or Certifications:
• Maintain active Nursing license

Specialized Skills, Abilities and Knowledge:
• 2 years prior addiction experience
• CPR Certification
• Knowledgeable in Narcan administration

Interested candidates should apply with a cover letter and resume to gopika_desai@integrityhouse.org

Registered Nurse (part-time shifts avb. Sat and Sun 11pm-7am and per diem)
Since 1968, Integrity House has provided comprehensive and successful rehabilitation services for individuals with substance abuse disorders. Integrity House is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and recognized nationwide as a leader in addiction services. We are experts in providing intensive residential and outpatient services to the community. We are seeking a Registered Nurse.
The incumbent is responsible for assessing clients’ medical needs and to determine appropriate medical or psychiatric interventions. In addition, the RN is required to administer medication, assist physicians in providing care to clients, and provide ongoing medical documentation within the medical department.

Skills and knowledge
• Interpersonal and group communication skills
• Critical thinking and shared decision-making ensuring the protection of patient’s self-determination
• Providing advocacy as needed to ensure patient knows and understands his rights
• Strong nursing skills and holistic health knowledge as addiction is rarely the only treatment necessary
• Provides compassionate support through all process phases
• Help patient become independent by meeting care goals and measuring those goals against patient healthcare outcomes, adjusting as necessary.
• Quality care assurance, following state and nursing guidelines and standards
• Work on a multidisciplinary team to discuss, assess and resolve patient problems, yet able to work independently
• Charting patient care in patient chart and department charts
• Documenting and communicating nursing care with next shift

Requirements:
• Undergraduate degree in nursing or related field preferred.
• Valid NJ Registered Nurse License.
• Minimum of 1-2 year experience in Surgical, Addictions and Psychiatric nursing.
• Knowledge of Microsoft Suite.
• Knowledge of in-home care and assistance with ADL's.
Interested candidates should apply with a cover letter and resume to gopika_desai@integrityhouse.org

Posted January 30, 2019
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Multiple Opportunities at Turning Point Inc.

Turning Point is an addiction treatment and recovery organization headquartered in Paterson, New Jersey. Turning Point treats more than 3,000 individuals on an annual basis, providing sub-acute medical detox, short-term residential, halfway house, outpatient at facilities in Paterson, Whitehouse Station, Lakewood and Verona. Our programs are built on evidence-based practices with an emphasis on education, treatment and prevention. Turning Point is New Jersey's premier CARF-accredited addiction treatment center. We strive to help our patients turn their lives around. Turning Point is currently looking for qualified individuals in all aspects of service delivery and administration in our Paterson and Whitehouse Station locations.

Please visit Turning Point at via our website https://www.turningpointnj.org/about-us/career-opportunities to learn more about these and other opportunities:
• Director of Nursing
• Assistant Director of Admissions
• Advance Practice Nurse, Psychiatry
• Primary Counselor (Residential)
• Part-time Outpatient Counselor (Daytime)
• Call Center Operator
• Counselor Aide
• Residential Aide, Whitehouse Station
• Administrative Assistant, Whitehouse Station

Turning Point is an Equal Opportunity Employer. To learn more about Turning Point, please visit our website at: www.turningpointnj.org or contact Human Resources directly at (973) 239-9400 ext. 153.

Posted January 23, 2019

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Preferred Behavioral Health Group: Chief Financial Officer

Overview
Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Chief Financial Officer position is accountable for the financial operations of a not for profit behavioral health organization with an annual operating budget of $25 million and 400 employees celebrating 40 years of service in 2018. Responsibilities include the development of a financial and operational strategy, metrics tied to that strategy, and the ongoing development and monitoring of control systems designed to preserve Preferred Behavioral Health Group’s assets and report accurate financial results.

Send cover letter and CV to Dottie Kocak, Human Resources Director at Dkocak@PreferredBehavioral.org for further information.

Specific duties include the following:

• Oversee all accounting, billing and payroll operations along with its information management operations;
• Provide leadership to and accountability in ensuring that finance operations support the mission of the agency while also maintaining the financial welfare of the organization;
• Participate with the CEO and administrative team in preparing an annual plan and budget for the organization;
• Direct the development of operating, capital, government contracts and other grant proposal budgets with all the heads of all service divisions and program directors;
• Ensure compliance with all local, state and federal regulatory and funding requirements;
• Develop and maintain policies relating to finance and information management activities of the organization;
• Ensure that accounting, payroll and purchasing systems comply with local, state and federal requirements, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), Internal Controls and the reporting requirements of the agency;
• Oversee preparation and filing of the annual financials of the organization with regulatory agencies in a timely manner;
• Prepare and analyze monthly financial statements and provide briefings to the agency’s CEO, Finance Committee, Board of Directors and other key stakeholders;
• Work closely with the Chief Development Officer on all philanthropic activities;
• Serve as the agency’s primary representative on all financial matters with government and other funders, investors and the banking community;
• Represent the agency at public events and meetings at the request of the CEO;
• Utilize metrics and data driven approaches to identify opportunities for continuous performance improvement;

Desired Qualifications: The candidate Chief Financial Officer should have a master's degree in accounting, business administration, or equivalent business experience and at least 8 years of progressively responsible experience for a large nonprofit organization. Experience working with government grantors as well as working in a fee for service environment is essential.

Should have experience in partnering with an executive team and have a high level of written and oral communication skills. Strong supervisory skills necessary. Preference will be given to candidates with a master’s degree in finance or a related field. Knowledge of Traverse software and experience with an electronic health record is preferable. Salary commensurate with relevant experience. Send cover letter and CV to Dottie Kocak, Human Resources Director at Dkocak@PreferredBehavioral.org for further information.

Posted January 4, 2019

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