Serves Both Locations
The Nurse Practitioner provides routine duties such as diagnosing and assessing psychiatric complications related to addiction recovery. Minimum qualifications: graduate or post-graduate nursing degree from an accredited school; active license issued by DHMH Maryland Board of Nursing; preferred prior experience in nursing in supervisory capacity; must have a Suboxone Waiver. Job responsibilities include: screening patient for psychiatric problems after detoxification; evaluating patients and records to determine mental status; conducting initial psychiatric evaluations including histories and examinations; providing staff with written documentation of evaluations and care - which are scanned into patient charts; requesting laboratory testing including medication levels; identifying normal and abnormal findings on examinations and commonly performed laboratory studies; providing counseling and education regarding any new medications; managing patient health problems as appropriate in conjunction with staff; initiating appropriate evaluations and emergency management for psychiatric diseases; responding via phone or electronically to staff regarding inquiries or guidance on changes in patient's mental status; working with staff regarding education components for clients who are dually diagnosed; providing staff with education regarding patient problems and supporting materials and/or in-service sessions periodically in collaboration with the nursing staff; collaborating with the Medical or Executive Director(s) on collaborative care and best practices as deemed necessary; and completing annual HIPAA training.
Full Time & Part Time Availability
CPR certification required. Under the direct supervision of the evening and weekend supervisor, this individual is responsible for providing assistance to the nurse in specified patient care activities, completing admission search of luggage, conducts patient room searches as needed, monitors patient behaviors per written guidelines, transports patients to appointments, halfway houses, outside meetings, etc. Must maintain a valid driver's license and clean driving record.
Crownsville & Laurel Locations
Serves in the capacity of counselor/case manager for an identified case load, as a member of a multidisciplinary team. Is responsible for provision of group, individual, and family sessions for patients/clients as well as development and review of treatment plans, all required documentation, and the presentation of educational sessions to patients about the various aspects of the disease of chemical dependency and the process of recovery. Provides family education sessions as required concerning the family involvement in the process of recovery. Is capable of providing staff coverage in any counseling area in the event of shortages, including intake, assessment, didactic presentations, family sessions, individual sessions, group sessions, discharge planning, and overall case management.
Registered Nurse with active CPR certification. Competitive benefits. Medication responsibilities include: receiving, transcribing, and carrying out physician orders; administering medications following approved protocols; and counting controlled drugs on each shift. Doctor patient responsibilities include: working with nursing assistant to have all patient charts ready for doctor prior to arrival; supporting doctor with special situations; accurately taking doctor & NP orders off and transcribing them to the Kardex; and updating the nursing census with accurate information. Candidates must also possess the ability to communicate in a timely manner and communicate effectively through written documentation in clinical record, orally with treatment team members, communicate changes in health status to physician and NP as appropriate, and maintain client confidentiality. Other responsibilities include accurately completing the discharge process for the Nursing Department including counting, packaging, and delivering ordered discharge medications to the front desk area; effectively uses Emergency/Crisis response procedures; carries out appropriate Infection Control Procedures including adherence to OSHA standards.
Licensed Practical Nurse
Part Time weekends, some weekdays
Under the supervision of the Registered Nurse/Director of Nursing, the Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) utilizes a general understanding of the principles of nursing and basic physical assessment skills in the development of and implementation of individualized nursing care plans to ensure that patients needs are met.
Certified Nursing Assistant
Part Time MW 6p-10p, Sat. 8a-5p
The Part-time Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) will work under the supervision of the Director of Nursing to deliver quality care to our clients. This person will help organize and assist the nurses on the shifts, deliver medications, and support our clients. This is a perfect second job, or fresh exposure for recent CNA graduates working in addiction.
The cook is responsible for providing safe and sanitary operations of the Food Service Department regarding the storage, preparation, and distribution of food, as well as the care and cleaning of equipment and washing dishes. The cook provides meals to patients and staff as required by the Kitchen Supervisor to ensure appropriate dietary needs and compliance standards are met. Job responsibilities include: maintenance of the sanitary condition of the kitchen, food storage areas, equipment, and food following COMAR regulations on all scheduled shifts; preparation and serving of wholesome, palatable, and attractive meals, on all scheduled shifts; preparing food according to methods that preserve the nutritive value of the food and ensure the safety of the food by utilizing HACCP procedures; procurement and storage of food as needed; maintaining food inventory, including food for the therapeutic diets for patients, adequate to serve menus as written; supervising clients assigned to kitchen duty and reporting any problems to the supervisor; special cleaning duties as assigned; reports any and all problems, changes, or concerns regarding the department to the Kitchen Supervisor; following all kitchen protocols as developed for the Kitchen Supervisor, variances in procedure must be approved in advance; other duties as determined by Kitchen Supervisor. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, stand, use hands, walk, carry and push and/or lift items no more than 41lbs. by themselves. Minimum qualifications: a high school diploma or GED equivalent.
Part Time, As Needed
This person will be responsible for supporting the on-site Facility Coordinator with heavy maintenance projects, light repairs - both exterior and interior, as well as routine landscaping on the grounds. This is a part-time, as needed position that will work on a project basis. Sample job duties include: cleaning facilities by sweeping, dusting, etc.; performing maintenance and light repairs; performing routine landscaping on the grounds, painting and filling gaps or crevices (walls, sidewalks, etc.); undertaking light installation or carpentry (e.g. cabinetry); repairing equipment or appliances; assisting tradespeople with electrical, plumbing, or HVAC repairs; undertaking duties as assigned or emergency tasks (e.g. shoveling snow); and identifying and reporting the need for major repairs. Requirements for this position: high school diploma or equivalent; proven experience as a handyman, experience with hardware tools and electrical equipment, basic understanding of electrical, plumbing and HVAC systems, basic math skills, ability to clearly communicate, well-organized and apt in problem-solving, attention to detail.