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Director of Programs

Renewal House seeks a highly qualified candidate to fill the role of Director of Programs. This individual is responsible for providing clinical and administrative support to ensure smooth operations of our family residential program, children’s program and intensive outpatient services.  Additional responsibilities include: program development and evaluation, compliance and quality assurance, data tracking and reporting. The Director of Programs is a member of the executive leadership team and reports directly to the Chief Executive Officer. If you are looking for a rewarding and challenging opportunity, this may be a good fit for you!

 

Education and Experience:

 

  • Master’s degree in Social Work- LCSW is required. Extensive knowledge of substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders. 5 years of previous supervisory experience and a proven track record of success managing people, programs and outcomes

 

  • Extraordinary commitment and passion for working with addicted women and their children

 

To Apply:

 

Send a cover letter and resume via e-mail to info@renewalhouse.org .

4-17-17

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Find more than a position of importance.
DISCOVER AN OPPORTUNITY TO INSPIRE EXCELLENCE.

What you do each day should be more than a job. It should inspire you to explore your talent and make a difference in the lives of others. If you agree, discover an opportunity with Mountain States Health Alliance, where we require the skills of others who demand the best of themselves. Maximize your skills and career satisfaction in this promising, newly created role, where you can inspire excellence in medicine through exceptional leadership and have a far-reaching impact upon countless lives:

 

Postion: Executive Director / Program Sponsor

 

Medication Assisted Treatment Center
Full-Time Day Shift

MSHA Corporate: Johnson City, Tennessee

 

Reporting to the president of Mountain States Health Alliance, the highly visible leader we select will direct a highly trained team in following all local, state, and federal guidelines. This consummate team-builder will ensure that the program's facilities offer clean, safe, well-maintained buildings and equipment; an accessible location with private offices for counseling; well-secured records; and adequate spaces for medical dispensing, physical exams, and group activities. Additional responsibilities include:

  • Assuming general supervisory responsibility for all facility employees, and direct responsibility for all division or unit leaders: medical director, nursing director, financial operations lead, building and safety manager, and all other unit leaders.
  • Providing a stable, therapeutic environment that includes physicians/psychiatrists, non-physician medical staff, nursing staff including RNs and/or LPNs, alcohol and drug counselors, non-clinical staff, and security personnel.
  • Supervising the services of a highly qualified, experienced, multidisciplinary team consisting of one or more of each of the following: licensed physician, licensed nurse, nurse practitioner or physician's assistant, and primary counselor.
  • Ensuring that the rights of patients served address provision of care in the least restrictive environment; adequate and humane care; evidence-based information regarding alternative treatments/medications/modalities; access to records with clinical staff supervision; protection from behavioral disruption by other patients; and equal access to treatment for all.
  • Recognizing and respecting that every patient has the right to be informed of appeal procedures; initiate appeals; gain access to grievance procedures posted openly; receive a decision in written form; and appeal to unbiased sources.
  • Participating in and assisting with coordination of approved research projects as well as performance-improvement initiatives.

Required Credentials:

  • Bachelor's degree in a related field.
  • Two or more years of experience in the field of addiction recovery.


Preferred Credentials:

  • Master's degree in a related field.

Take our virtual job tour now and apply:
www.mshjobtour.com

Or call the MSHA job line after 5pm to learn more about opportunities:
423-302-3276.


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Executive Director

Qualifications:
Required

  • Bachelor’s degree, prefer Master’s degree or equivalent experience
  • Commitment to THCC’s mission
  • Demonstrated success in fundraising, including grants, donor cultivation and events
  • Demonstrated excellence in written and oral communication
  • Experience in personnel management and basic understanding of community organizing

Preferred

  • Experience in and commitment to working with volunteers
  • Experience in public relations and public policy formation

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

  • In cooperation with the Board of Directors, implement all Board directives, policies and procedures, including the on-going work of board committees
  • In cooperation with the Board of Directors, insure a strategic vision that embodies THCC’s mission. Implement the vision through operational plans
  • Work with volunteers, board members and staff to insure sufficient financial resources are developed to support the organization’s vision, including grant writing, donors, contracts and community events
  • Provide effective leadership and support to all staff, volunteers and THCC programs
  • Provide direct supervision to management staff
  • Ensure sound fiscal management and reporting, and compliance with local, state and federal laws and regulations
  • Represent THCC in the community
  • Insure that an effective volunteer program is maintained
  • Participate in board meetings and events, travel as needed within the state and to national meetings and trainings
  • Be available to perform some duties outside of traditional work hours and take on other duties as directed by the Board of Directors

Salary: $55,000 based on proven track record
Send resume to: Clare Sullivan, Chair, THCC Board of Directors by May 15, 2017 clare.d.sullivan@gmail.com

4-17-17

Position: Peer Recovery/General

Good Afternoon – if you are looking for a career and want to be a part of one of the nation’s largest agencies owned and operated by people with lived experience of mental health conditions and addictions now is the time to act. The Tennessee Mental Health Consumers' Association has several job openings throughout the state of Tennessee including several for Peer Recovery Specialists.

Here is the link to apply for TMHCA Jobs http://tmhca-tn.org/jobs/

If you are not the right person for these positions maybe you know someone that is so feel free to pass it on.

Tennessee Mental Health Consumers' Association

3931 Gallatin Pike Nashville, Tennessee 37216

www.tmhca-tn.org

 

Find more than a position of importance.
DISCOVER AN OPPORTUNITY TO INSPIRE EXCELLENCE.

What you do each day should be more than a job. It should inspire you to explore your talent and make a difference in the lives of others. If you agree, discover an opportunity with Mountain States Health Alliance, where we require the skills of others who demand the best of themselves. Maximize your skills and career satisfaction in this promising, newly created role, where you can inspire excellence in medicine through exceptional leadership and have a far-reaching impact upon countless lives:

 

Postion: Medical Director

 

Medication Assisted Treatment Center
Full-Time Day Shift

MSHA Corporate: Johnson City, Tennessee

 

Reporting to the executive director, the highly visible physician leader we select for this newly created role will perform or supervise all medical services deemed prudent and necessary, and ensure that ETHH is in conformance with all local, state, and federal regulations regarding the treatment of opioid addiction, including medical consultation regarding medically related policies and procedures. Additional responsibilities include

  • Supervising all physicians and advanced-practice provider positions within the clinic.
  • Reviewing clinical records and making recommendations regarding treatment of clients.
  • Providing consultation and medical oversight related to client treatment.
  • Updating clinical staff on new research, treatment methodology, breakthroughs and national trends in addiction medicine.
  • Providing in-service training as requested.
  • Certifying the need for chemical-dependency treatment for clients.
  • Supervising the provision of chemical-dependency treatment and providing reports to the client and third-party payors.
  • Maintaining clinical records required by applicable rules and regulations.
  • Conducting an annual medical assessment of each client.
  • Participating in/assisting with coordination of approved research projects and performance-improvement initiatives.
  • Providing sufficient physician coverage to offer the medical treatments and oversight essential to serving client needs.
  • Performing medical histories/exams; determining diagnosis under current DSM criteria, as well as opioid dependence, dosages, and changes in dosages; reviewing treatment plans; ordering take-home privileges; and issuing emergency or verbal orders related to client care.
  • Ensuring that a program physician is available for consultation and emergency orders when the facility is open and a physician is not present.

Required Credentials:

  • Current licensure as a physician by the Tennessee Board of Medical Examiners or the Tennessee Board of Osteopathic Examination and designation by the governing body of the OTP to be responsible for the administration of all medical services performed by the OTP, including compliance with all federal, state, and local laws and rules regarding medical treatment of narcotic addiction.
  • Maintenance of licenses in good standing.
  • Three or more years of documented experience in the provision of services to people addicted to alcohol or other drugs, including at least one year in the treatment of opioid addiction.
  • Board eligibility in psychiatry and two or more years of documented experience in treatment of people who are addicted to alcohol or other drugs.
  • Certification as an addition medicine specialist by the American Society of Addition Medicine (ASAM) or board certification as an addiction medicine specialist.
  • Prior written approval of the State Opioid Treatment Authority.

In addition to a different kind of career experience, Mountain States Health Alliance offers competitive salaries and benefits.

Take our virtual job tour now and apply:
www.mshjobtour.com

Or call the MSHA job line after 5pm to learn more about opportunities:
423-302-3276.


Discover a greater opportunity.

EOE AA Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled