Center for Behavioral Health is looking for outstanding people to join our team. If you want to work with the best and the brightest to help people improve their lives, Center for Behavioral Health is the place to be!
We work in a fast-paced and dynamic environment. We thrive on meeting challenges and providing outstanding care to our patients.
Nurses must be licensed as a LPN or RN in the particular state of employement. Experience and understanding of chemical addiction are a plus.
The Nurse will be responsible for dispensing the proper dose of medication to each patient as prescribed by the Medical Director or Clinical Physician. Nurses ensure accountability in medication, assist in the screening of patients, keep in close contact with counselors regarding patients’ progress. Reports to the Medical Director. Program Director, and Clinical Director.
Licensed as a LPN or RN in the State of employment. Experience and understanding of chemical addiction is preferable.
Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor
Counselors assist patients in identifying, maximizing and relating their strengths to appropriate social, educational (academic and vocation) and occupational goals. Counselors help patients prepare and adjust to a drug free existence, offer assistance (emotional and physical) in problematic issues. Counselors will be responsible to the Clinical Manager for provision of services to assigned patients and will adhere to schedules, established program policies and procedures and applicable Federal regulations.
Counselors must have their Bachelors degree with experience with substance abuse patients or two (2) years experience as a certified counselor working with substance abuse patients. Counselors must be able to demonstrate sufficient knowledge and understanding of human behavior to show potential for rehabilitating drug dependent patients. Must have good skills in both verbal and written communications. Must have sufficient knowledge of the substance abuse population, treatment planning and the field of human social services to work toward the rehabilitation of the patient community.
Bachelors degree with experience with substance abuse patients, or two (2) years experience as a certified counselor working with substance abuse patients. Master degree and/or advanced licenses are preferred.
Our Medical Directors carry out medical policies and procedures affecting the treatment of all patients throughout the treatment process.
Our Medical Directors must have the active license with the state controlled substance organization and a Federal DEA certificate. Experience in the field of chemical dependency is preferable but not mandatory. Medical Directors must have excellent patient assessment and diagnostic skills. Suboxone training and DEA designation required.
If you would like to work with outstanding people and be recognized and rewarded for your contributions, email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.