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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.


Medical Outreach Coordinator

The New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome is a not-for-profit organization committed to the advocacy of children and families with Tourette Syndrome and its associated disorders. Dedicated to delivering high quality services to these individuals, the Center recognizes the importance of educating the public, medical professionals, and teachers about this disorder through programs and affiliations with public schools, health centers, and universities.

Position Summary: Reporting to the Program Manager, the Medical Outreach Coordinator develops, organizes, and administers all medical outreach programs for NJCTS.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Conducts outreach to mental health organizations, hospitals and doctors’ offices to increase awareness of NJCTS programs and expands relationships.
  • Expands, schedules and organizes all medical training sessions in hospitals and throughout the medical community.
  • Maintains physician referral listings and identifies experts to add to the physicians’ referral list.
  • Supports the planning of childhood mental health conference as well as other medical related conferences.
  • Identifies grant opportunities to fund medical outreach program.
  • Researches and distributes weekly e-news research article on TS and associated disorders to medical professionals.
  • Collaborates with staff and professionals to ensure wraparound services are made available to families.
  • All other responsibilities that may be necessary to fulfill the duties of this position or that may be assigned by the program manager.

Skills and Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Public Health, Social Work, Psychology
  • Minimum 3 years work experience or non-profit background in social work, healthcare, public health, nursing or psychology required. Research experience helpful.
  • Excellent communication and people skills
  • Excellent attention to detail, organization and analytical skills
  • Experience with identifying/analyzing needs toward program improvement
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office programs

Compensation and Application Process

Salary is commensurate with experience and competitive with similar non-profit organizations. This is a 30 to 37.5 hour a week position based in Somerville, NJ If interested, kindly send resume, cover letter and salary requirements to resumes@njcts.org.

NJCTS is an equal opportunity employer. View job posting on our website.

Posted June 19, 2019


Social Worker/Therapist
A non-profit mental health/social service agency serving Somerset County and parts of Hunterdon County is seeking an LCSW to provide in-home mental health counseling to frail homebound individuals. In office appointments possible too. Salary is commensurate with experience. Part time flexible hours. Office located in Somerville. Send resumes to jstarr@jewishfamilysvc.org.

Posted June 12, 2019


This ad is posted on Indeed.com

Technical Services Specialist/Help Desk Representative
NJ Association of Mental Health & Addiction Agencies, Inc. – Hamilton, NJ

Job Description
The New Jersey Association of Mental Health and Addiction Agencies, a non-profit trade association near Trenton, NJ, has a unique opportunity for employment of a multi-faceted, dynamic, technical self-starter to enhance our organizational goals to provide a greater level of service to our customers and stakeholders. This candidate should be enthusiastic, flexible, customer service oriented, able to take initiative, detailed oriented, very organized and able to work under tight time constraints.

This position has two distinct roles:
• Primary role is telephone/email Level One help desk support for applications developed by the NJ Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services, such as the Quarterly Contract Monitoring Report (QCMR), the Unified Service Transaction system (USTF) and the Contracting Information Management System (CIMS) used by substance use treatment providers with contracts for services.
• Knowledge of Help Desk software, such as Kaseya's BMS is a valuable asset and a highly desirable skill set.
• Knowledge of the behavioral healthcare space and above applications is a valuable asset

Secondarily support internal staff at the organization

• VOIP Support (including using administration agent to do adds/moves/changes); handset reboots, etc.
• Occasional (about 15%) in-field desktop support or PC/laptop roll-out projects for external customers
o Travel is reimbursable
• Attendance at quarterly meetings and preparation of minutes;
• Assembles, updates and distributes statistical information from the Help Desk database.
• Support NJAMHAA's CMS website platform; Responsible for posting updates submitted by different departments within the organization.
• Writes brief articles for semi-annual "Bits & Bytes" newsletter regarding trends in networking, security and other relevant topics.

High School Graduate with a minimum of one year of computer school training and/or 5 or more years’ experience in help desk or technical support.
Minimum CompTIA A+ Certification required.
Excellent written and verbal skills. Proven ability to communicate well in person and in writing.
Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office and Office 365, including administration for adding/removing users.
Knowledge of audio/video equipment such as Clear One and/or Polycom systems along with presentation equipment, screens, wireless microphones, etc. is highly desirable.
Expertise working with Skype for Business is highly desirable.
Strong interpersonal skills. Must have ability to work as a team member and independently.
Record of reliability and attendance.

Job Type: Full-time

Application Questions
You have requested that Indeed ask candidates the following questions:
• How many years of help desk experience do you have?
• How many years of In-field Technical Support experience do you have?
• What is the highest level of education you have completed?
• Are you in Hamilton, NJ?
• Do you have the following license or certification: Driver's?
• Do you speak English?
• Are you willing to undergo a background check, in accordance with local law/regulations?

Click here to apply.

Posted June 6, 2019


Program Director for Pittsgrove Halfway House

Daytop Village of New Jersey, Inc. is seeking a full-time Program Director for the Halfway House and Outpatient treatment centers located in Pittsgrove, Salem County NJ scheduled to open on or around September 1, 2019. Desired candidate will be a New Jersey LCADC with at least five years of experience in addiction services, two of those years in a supervisory capacity, who, in addition, holds a clinical Masters’ degree recognized by the State Board of Marriage and Family Therapy Examiners, Alcohol and Drug Committee, Division of Consumer Affairs, New Jersey Department of Law and Public Safety; (halfway house/residential experience required). EOE; Bi-lingual A+

Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
The Program Director is responsible for all internal operations and activities as they relate to service delivery and environment of care; will lead and manage all functions of quality assurance and performance improvement for the residential treatment center; policies and procedures through ongoing analysis, evaluation and familiarity with current trends via ongoing supervision and training; is responsible for the management, supervision and development of all personnel; in collaboration with Chief Executive Office and Chief Financial Officer, reviews and approves respective facility budgets; is dynamic and adaptable to meet the needs of all internal and external stakeholders while maintaining the integrity of the program; position reports directly to the Chief Executive Officer.

Salary: Salary commensurate with license and years of experience. Excellent benefit package

Interested applicants should e-mail resume to:

Jeanne Kappel
Executive Liaison
Email: jkappel@daytopnj.org

Posted June 3, 2019


Chief Clinical Officer

The Center for Great Expectations (CGE), a trailblazer in the field of trauma-informed care and behavioral health, seeks a Chief Clinical Officer (CCO) to oversee all clinical programs and further advance the organization’s Trauma C.A.R.E. Model. With the executive team, the CCO will play a key role in overall development, strategic planning, service delivery, and management of organization. Additionally, the CCO will further propagate CGE’s treatment approach locally and nationally and continue building the agency’s positive reputation. Eligible candidates will be driven by, and have experience with, the efficacy of a trauma-informed approach, will have agency experience, and will be compelled to provide collaborative, comprehensive, and compassionate service. Please find full description and instructions here.

Posted June 3, 2019



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