Substance Use Disorder Careers
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Current Job Openings
Behavioral Health Technician
Pool position. This position is responsible for supervising the day to day activities of clients in our residential addiction treatment program. Duties include, but are not limited to: Escort clients to all meals, groups and recovery activities; monitor clients when they are not in treatment groups; document client behaviors throughout the shift; deal with crisis emergency situations as outlined in the procedure manual. All other duties as stated and/or assigned by the Program Director.
First Responder Peer Specialist
Pool position. The First Responder Peer Specialist provides services to patients in Livengrin’s First Responders Addictions Treatment Program. Specifically, leading focus groups.
Pool position. The Nurse Practitioner provides medical care to patients with substance use and mental health disorders as part of our multidisciplinary treatment team. Follows all case documentation procedures in the electronic health record as per state and federal license regulations. Candidate must be a PA registered Nurse Practitioner; ANCC certified; current PA RN license and CPR certification; minimum 3 years experience as a Nurse Practitioner; 2 years experience working with substance use disorders preferred.
Outpatient Counselor (Doylestown)
Full-time position. The Outpatient Counselor provides direct clinical services to individuals and family members who have been affected by chemical dependency, psychiatric problems and/or co-dependency issues and will function as part of multi-disciplinary treatment team. Maintain clinical record in compliance with all licensing, regulatory and accrediting agency requirements. Masters degree, license or certification preferred.
Full-time, Part-time and Per Diem positions. The Staff Nurse provides patient care and education for our detox and residential units. Follows all case documentation procedures in the electronic health record as per state and federal license regulations. Graduate of an accredited school of nursing with current RN or LPN license by the PA State Board of Nursing; previous experience with substance use disorders and/or psychiatric nurse with medical-surgical experience preferred. Valid CPR certification.
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