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…
This is a full time position requiring a flexible scheduling which may include 10 hours shifts as well as working every other weekend. Responsibilities include taking routine vital signs, history of medical complaints; integrates nursing and health care; has knowledge and skills to provide safe and effective nursing care; phlebotomy; assists the physician in the medical examination of the patient and handles any medical problems and/or emergencies according to procedure. Candidate must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing and have valid NJ LPN license, CPR certification and be able to do lab draws; must demonstrate knowledge of nursing skills, medication administration, policy and procedures and standards.
Business Development Specialist (Call Center)
This full time position will require a flexible schedule including evenings/nights, weekends, and holidays. Responsibilities of this position include: answering heavy volume of phone calls; prescreening intakes for potential admissions; verifying insurance benefits. Requirements of this position are a Bachelors’ degree in a related field or two years work experience in a similar role, strong computer and customer service skills; business professional phone etiquette, ability to handle crisis phone calls and ability to remain calm in crisis situations; detail oriented, team player, reliability, 12-step program knowledge. Insurance and/or call center experience a plus.
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 field. One year experience as an Admissions Clerk, Knowledge of 12-step program, previous mental health experience and personal recovery experience is desirable.
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.
Environmental Services Tech – Full Time and Part Time hours available
The responsibilities of this position include but are not limited to: cleaning floors (sweep and mop), clean, wash and sanitize bathrooms, and dust surfaces; distribute clean linen on scheduled days; collect soiled linen on a daily basis; detail cleans the room/area and change the bedding of discharges; inventory and stock closets with needed cleaning supplies and linen and performs duties as requested by other departments. Job requirements are: high school diploma or GED; must have a valid New Jersey Driver’s license; must be flexible with hours and days with availability to work holidays and weekends; must be a team player and effectively interact with other departments and personnel. Must be able to maintain a high level of confidentiality; ability to work independently, walk up and down steps and to lift 30 lbs. Six months experience in a hotel, hospital or similar position is preferred.
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.
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.
Pool RN (Per Diem)
A Pool RN will work two shifts per month and at least two holidays per year. 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. Two years experience working as a RN is required; addiction experience is preferred but not required. Must have valid NJ RN 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.
Nurse Practitioner (Seabrook West ™)
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.
Executive Chef (Seabrook West ™)
Job responsibilities include developing menus that provide our patients with a positive food experience, working with the medical and clinical teams to prepare modified meals as required and preparing food in accordance to sanitary requirements along with company policies and procedures. The Executive Chef is responsible for supervising the ordering, preparing, portioning, and serving of food and any other activities assigned to the dietary team. The Executive Chef will also develop and manage the departmental budget. The ideal candidate will be a graduate of a culinary institute. Minimum of 5 years dietary experience in a supervisory capacity in a similar industry and possesses hands-on knowledge of cost control and food management. Ability to work a flexible schedule is required.
RN and LPN – Pool/Per Diem (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 RN license or 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.