Did you know that Seabrook House has open entry level positions for Business Development Specialists and Recovery Coaches? Alumni who have been substance free for at least 24 months are encouraged to apply. Email resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Career Opportunities with Seabrook House
Careers at Seabrook House are both challenging and rewarding. We have locations in Atlantic, Camden and Cumberland County New Jersey as well as Tioga County, Pa. We offer competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits packages. Candidates interested in working at one of our New Jersey facilities should apply by mail/fax/email to: Human Resources, Seabrook House, 133 Polk Lane, Seabrook, NJ 08302; Fax: 856-451-7669; email: email@example.com. Candidates interested in working at our Pennsylvania facility should apply by mail/email to: Executive Director, Seabrook House West,355 Church Street, Westfield, PA; fax: 814-367-2016; email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Seabrook House is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The following positions are currently available…
Controller/Director of Finance
The Controller/Director of Finance is responsible for all aspects of the organization’s financial operations as well as direct supervision of financial departments such as Finance, Payroll, Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable. This position will also monitor cash flow, prepare monthly financial statements and annual budgets, work with auditors, support the Vice President of Business Operations with contract negotiations and complete Special Projects as assigned. The ideal candidate will possess the following qualifications: At least five years experience in Healthcare Finance with supervisory experience, MBA with a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance, Expert knowledge regarding insurance plans including out of network coverage, Detailed knowledge of payroll and accounting processes, Excellent verbal and written communication skills, Ability to work independently and with cross functional teams and Extensive computer knowledge.
The primary purpose of this job is to coordinate and facilitate the patient case load from admission through discharge. Completing all necessary paperwork including initiating the first family session upon admission, initiating and maintaining contact with 3rd party referrals, and making appropriate aftercare referrals and placement, working with outside agencies and referral sources. a Master’s Degree in Psychology or a related
Alumni Relations Specialist
This is a full time position that requires a flexible work schedule to include evenings and weekends. The primary focus of this position will be to collect follow up data regarding Seabrook House alumni and provide post treatment support services to alumni and their family. Additional responsibilities include supporting the Seabrook House Foundation including monthly on campus alumni events. The ideal candidate must be able to maintain confidentiality. Bachelor’s degree is preferred. Experience working with individuals who are affected by the disease of alcoholism/chemical dependency is desired.
The Cook in our Dietary Department will work a flexible schedule including holidays and weekends. This position provides assistance to the Executive Chef, Sous Chef and other Cooks in preparing meals; assists with incoming food orders; cleaning of kitchen, dish room, and surrounding area to maintain a safe and clean environment and serving food. Position will also assist in special projects and must maintain quality food skills and food presentation skills. Minimum of one year experience in hospital, nursing care facility, hotel or commercial restaurant required. Ability to communicate openly and maintain confidentiality is a must. A degree in culinary arts preferred.
Clinical Coordinator (Residential Program)
This full-time position will supervise, hands-on, the day to day functions of the Young Adults (18-26) treatment team. Responsibilities will also include interviewing, hiring, evaluating, orienting, supervising and training all staff of the program. This position requires Masters Degree in psychology, social work, counseling, or a related field combined with at least three years of work experience in an addiction organization providing self-help service to a young adult 12-step population seeking drug and alcohol rehabilitation and at least two years’ work experience as a supervisor along with a LCADC or equivalent.
Intensive Outpatient Program Therapist – Morristown, NJ
The primary purpose of this position is to provide group, individual and family substance abuse counseling as specified in the treatment plan; daily documentation of all services, assessments and communication with patients; communicates essential information to patient and others as appropriate. Requirements include a Bachelor’s degree in a health related field, Master’s degree in Counseling, Psychology or Family Therapy is preferred. CADC or LCADC or commitment to complete within agreed upon time frame upon hire. Two years experience in patient rehab is also preferred. Must have knowledge of 12 Step Principles.
Admissions Counselor – Intensive Outpatient Program/Morristown, NJ
The primary purpose of this position is to facilitate and evaluate therapeutic, medical and financial arrangements of incoming chemically dependent patients and/or family members. This position also provides appropriate orientation to program aspects after admission, including documentation and date input into computer system. Requirements include Bachelor’s Degree in a related field and one year work experience in addiction treatment field. Must have knowledge of 12 Step Principles.
Family Services Therapist
The ideal candidate will work to assist patients and their families through the supervision and coordination of addiction treatment. The Family Servcies Therapist will be working with patients enrolled in our Residential program in Bridgeton, NJ. Position responsibilities include planning, developing, implementing, facilitating and evaluating family treatment. Position requirements include Master’s Degree in Counseling, Psychology or related field. A LCADC, LCSW or LMFT is preferred. Candidates should have at least two years experience working with chemical dependency family systems.
Full-time Primary Clinical Therapist and Part-time Weekend Therapist(s)
Responsibilities include performing assessments, diagnostic evaluations, individual counseling, lectures, crisis intervention, group counseling and other evidence-based therapies to assist and provide support to patients during early stages of recovery while in primary residential treatment. Candidates must have a clinical license such LCADC or CADC and possess at least two years of experience as a clinician in an organization providing services to populations seeking drug and alcohol rehabilitation. Masters degree strongly preferred (MSW, MFT, MA in a related field). Candidates having a working knowledge of electronic medical record documentation a plus. Experience in 12 Step Programs preferred.
Environmental Services Tech
This is a full time position that requires flexibility with hours including working weekends. The responsibilities of this position include cleaning (floors, wash and sanitize bathrooms, dust surfaces), distributing clean linens, detail cleaning after discharge. The position also includes inventory and stocking of cleaning supplies and linens. Requirements for this position include completion of at least the 10th grade, valid NJ Driver’s License, ability to work independently, ability to walk up and down steps, ability to life up to 30lbs and ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality.
Staff Physician (PA and NJ) (PRN, PT or FT)
Responsibilities include patient medical history & physicals, lectures, and assisting patients and their families in the healing of the body, mind, and spirit modeling the 12 Steps of Recovery in accordance with organizational, Federal, State, CARF and ASAM standards. Must be licensed to practice in state where applying and be able to become ASAM certified and possess current CDS license.
Recovery Coach (RC)
Full-time, part-time, and pool openings available to work a flexible schedule which could include any shift, holidays and/or weekends for our Adult Residential and Changes aftercare programs. Responsibilities of this position include but are not limited to: assist patients with their daily schedules and phone calls, documentation as necessary and participation in treatment teams and group classes as scheduled. Must maintain confidentiality of all pertinent patient information to assure patient rights are protected. Must have the ability to make decisions, set boundaries between self and patients and enforce boundaries and facility’s rules with patients. Must be a team player and be held accountable to supervisor and team. At least one year working with addiction population is preferred and exposure to mental health population, along with knowledge or experience in health care and 12-Step Recovery is a plus. Individuals with 24 months of personal recovery experience (and all others) are encouraged to apply.
Primary Counselor (Seabrook West)
This position will provide residents with individualized care plans, individual counseling, group counseling, assist and provide support to patients during recovery and complete required daily documentation. Interested candidates should have a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology or related field, Master’s degree is preferred. Candidates must possess three years experience as a clinician in the addictions field and be CADC or CAC. Must possess valid driver’s license.
Environmental Services Tech (Seabrook West)
This is a full time position that requires flexibility with hours including working weekends. The responsibilities of this position include cleaning (floors, wash and sanitize bathrooms, dust surfaces), distributing clean linens, detail cleaning after discharge. The position also includes inventory and stocking of cleaning supplies and linens. Requirements for this position include completion of at least the 10th grade, valid PA Driver’s License, ability to work independently, ability to walk up and down steps, ability to life up to 30lbs and ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality.
Care Manager (Seabrook West)
Coordinates and facilitates the patient case load from admission through discharge. Completing all necessary paperwork upon admission, including initiating the first family session, maintaining contact with 3rd party referrals, and making appropriate aftercare referrals and placements and working with outside agencies and referral sources. Requirements include a Master’s Degree in Psychology or a related field. One year experience as an Admissions Clerk preferred but not required. Knowledge of chemical dependency, 12-step program, previous mental health experience and personal recovery experience (at least 24 months recommended) is preferred.
Recovery Coach (Seabrook West)
This position requires working evenings during the week and all shifts on weekends. Responsibilities include but are not limited to monitoring clients ; UDS and room checks; documentation and transportation to self-help meetings, etc. Must maintain confidentiality of all client information to assure resident rights are protected. Must be a team player and be accountable to team and supervisors. At least one year working with addiction population and experience in a 12-Step Program is preferred. Personal recovery experience (at least 24 months ) is recommended.
Nurse Practitioner (SBW)
Working closely with patients and their families, with a “hands on” approach using the 12-Step principles of recovery. Responsibilities of this position include but are not limited to: completing patient history and physicals, maintaining electronic medical records, and providing nursing care to all patients. Requirements include MSN with ANCC or AANP certification, prescriptive authority and current PA license; minimum of 2 years of addictions or mental health experience as a clinician in an organization providing service to populations seeking drug and alcohol rehabilitation.
LPN (Seabrook West)
Responsibilities include taking routine vital signs, history of medical complaints; integrating nursing and health care, providing safe and effective nursing care; phlebotomy; assisting physician in the medical examination of the patient and handling any medical problems and/or emergencies according to procedure. Candidate must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing and have valid PA LPN license, CPR certification and be able to do lab draws; must demonstrate knowledge of nursing skills, medication administration, policy and procedures and standards.