Current Openings

Behavioral Health Navigator
LSW/LAC
Eatontown. NJ

The Behavioral Health Navigator (BHN) II provides crisis intervention and de-escalation services to clients and families. The BHN II will  review cases with supervisor, assess appropriate treatment and case management interventions and coordinate care. The BHN will complete agency required paperwork in a timely fashion as well as maintain updated records on all clients assigned.   

 

Requirements: LSW  or LAC with Master's degree in human services oriented field; one (1) year of experience providing treatment services to children or adults. Preferred: LSW or LAC with Master's degree in human services oriented field; three (3) years of experience providing treatment services to children or adults 

Licensed Clinician / Counselor
LPC or LCSW
Remote + Aberdeen

The Behavioral Health Clinician II provides individual, group, family, substance abuse and specialty group therapy to clients and their families; prepares a treatment plan; provides case management services; completes bio-psychosocial evaluation and all clinical paperwork; completes assessments and documents ongoing treatment and discharge planning. The Behavioral Health Clinician II may assume administrative and clinical supervision and other activities as assigned by Division Director or designee.

 

Requirements: Must possess LCSW or LPC, licensed by the State of New Jersey and prior experience providing treatment services to adults, children, and adolescents.

Annual Salary: $65,000 to $80,000

Care Manager / Social Worker BACHELORS, Aberdeen

The Care Manager is an integral member of the interdisciplinary team involved with each individual's care at CPC. The Care Manager coordinates services and establishes goals in collaboration with clients/consumers and their support network to promote wellness, recovery, and productive lives. The Care Manager completes clinical documentation, utilize evidence-based practices, provide crisis intervention and link individuals to community support. The Care Manager collaborates with clients/consumers, their support network, the treatment team, and other community providers to ensure positive outcomes to facilitate success at home, in school, at work and in the community. 

 

Requirements: Valid NJ Driver's License; BA Degree in Social Science or other health related field; one year of experience with population served by program Preferred: BA Degree in Social Science or other health related field; two years of experience working with population served by program; CADC 

Partial Care Aberdeen, NJ Licensed Clinician/Counselor
LSW or LAC

The Behavioral Health Clinician I provides individual, group, family, and/or substance abuse treatment for consumers who are diagnosed with co-occurring, mental health and substance abuse disorders. Works with a team to complete individual recovery planning and provides case management services. Completes Bio psychosocial Assessments, treatment plans, and documents treatment progress in electronic clinical record. May be assigned other duties as necessary.

Requirements: Must possess a masters degree and LSW or LAC. LCADC is preferred.  Knowledge of evidence based practices such as DBT, CBT and MET. A valid NJ driver's license with a satisfactory driving history is required.

Annual Salary: LSW, LAC $50,000 to $55,000.

Crisis Response Social Worker, Children & Youth MASTERS
Neptune, NJ

The Crisis Intervention Specialist works within a team of professionals to deliver Crisis Response services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and provides specific services and interventions for up to 72 hours. You will be required to work a combination of day and evening shift hours and in some instance's weekends. Complete an initial assessment of the client's needs based on program requirements and develop and Individual Crisis Plan to improve the overall functioning and mental health of the child and family. Complete assessments as required by the regulatory agency which governs their program. Re-evaluate the client throughout treatment to identify any new needs or problem areas.  The CIS will make at least weekly calls to the client, which are documented in a timely manner.

Requirements: Master's Degree plus related internship or prior experience providing treatment services to children or adolescents is required; valid NJ Driver's License with a clean driving record. Preferred: Human Service oriented master's degree plus experience providing treatment services to children or adolescents is preferred. 

Spanish or second language skills a plus! An LSW or a LAC is also a plus.

Annual Salary: $50,000 to $59,000

Licensed Clinician / Counselor
LAC or LSW
Red Bank, NJ & Community

The Behavioral Health Clinician provides individual and group treatment interventions in an interdisciplinary team model. Participates in individual recovery plan for each consumer on team. The Behavioral Health Clinician provides case management services and provides direct care for consumers and their families. This is a community-based position.

 

Requirements: Must possess Master's degree and LSW or LAC, valid New Jersey driver's license and 2 post-bachelor's level experience working with the severe mental illness (SMI) population Preferred: LCSW with three years of experience with SMI population and experience with MET, IMR, or IDDT

Annual Salary: LSW, LAC: $50,000 to $55,000

                         LCSW, LPC: $65,000 to $80,000

Licensed Clinician / Counselor
LPC or LCSW
Remote + Red Bank

Our therapists utilize evidence-based practices to provide individual and group therapy. They coordinate with family and referral sources and care managers to assure case management needs are met. May be asked to supervise interns or to provide oversight of specialized services, including treatment of individuals with co-occurring disorders.

Requirements: Must possess LCSW or LPC and have 1-2 years of experience working in an outpatient setting

Annual Salary: $65,000 to $80,000

School Social Worker,

High Point School

Morganville, NJ

The school social worker provides individual, group and family therapy to students with emotional, behavioral and social difficulties that necessitate the need for out of district educational placement. High Point school is a private special education program for students who experience both academic challenges as well as mental health struggles.  The school social worker should have experience in evidence based treatment practices with difficult to engage child and adolescent populations who experience behavioral and mental health struggles. 

Requirements: Must have Master's degree in social work from an accredited institution, 2 years of experience with similar population, NJ Dept. of Education School Social Worker Certificate and LSW, with LCSW eligibility within 2 years.  An LCSW with 2 or more years' experience is preferred. Bilingual and/or substance abuse experience a plus. 

About High Point Schools

CPC's High Point Schools are Department of Education approved private, non-profit schools serving students in kindergarten through 12th grade, ages 5 to 21, who learn best outside of the traditional school setting. Our students often experience developmental and learning disabilities as well as other psychiatric disorders. Why are High Point Schools different? The staff-to-student ratio is one teaching staff to three students. Class sizes are limited to 12. Our 1:3 ratio means that each child's individual educational plan is thoughtfully carried out. High Point Schools combine a comprehensive academic curriculum with evidence based positive behavior supports and a wide array of therapeutic services to promote a positive and effective learning environment. Our team creates a safe environment for students and includes: psychiatrists, nurses, teachers and teaching assistants, licensed clinical social workers, and crisis intervention specialists.

Reading Interventionist for High Point Schools, 
Morganville, NJ

The Reading interventionist is hired by the Director and administrative team; is fully certified and trained to bring special expertise in the diagnosis, instructional techniques, and assessment specific to reading.  The Reading Interventionist recognizes the need for sensitivity and structure in the education of students with various learning and behavioral disabilities.

Requirements: Possess a current New Jersey Certification in Special Education (TOH or Elementary Teacher K-6 with a TOSD)  with a focus in literacy and reading; Bachelor/Master's Degree in Education, Reading, or Literacy. Preferred:Minimum of two years of reading intervention experience with special needs students.

Annual Salary: up to $72,000

About High Point Schools

CPC's High Point Schools are Department of Education approved private, non-profit schools serving students in kindergarten through 12th grade, ages 5 to 21, who learn best outside of the traditional school setting. Our students often experience developmental and learning disabilities as well as other psychiatric disorders. Why are High Point Schools different? The staff-to-student ratio is one teaching staff to three students. Class sizes are limited to 12. Our 1:3 ratio means that each child's individual educational plan is thoughtfully carried out. High Point Schools combine a comprehensive academic curriculum with evidence based positive behavior supports and a wide array of therapeutic services to promote a positive and effective learning environment. Our team creates a safe environment for students and includes: psychiatrists, nurses, teachers and teaching assistants, licensed clinical social workers, and crisis intervention specialists.

Licensed Clinician / Counselor
LPC or LCSW Remote + Howell

The Behavioral Health Clinician II will provide treatment services for individuals requiring ASAM Level I (outpatient) or ASAM Level 2.1 (Intensive Outpatient Program). This may include individual, group and/or family sessions as well as coordination of case management and psychiatric services as indicated on treatment plan. May be asked to assume administrative and/or supervisory functions such as the clinical supervision of interns or supervision of program staff.  May also include program oversight of specialized services such as treatment of adolescents, co-occurring disorders, etc. 

Requirements: Must possess LCSW/LPC NJ license and Master's Degree in clinically related field such as social work or counseling - AND - Must possess or be willing to complete LCADC to work in ARS. Preferred: Experience working with similar population preferably in a setting which treated co-occurring disorders; experience utilizing evidence-based practices; LCSW/LPC NJ license and LCADC; experience with adolescents and their families

 

Annual Salary: $65,000 to $73,000

PACT Team Supervisor
LPC or LCSW
Red Bank, NJ

The Supervisory Team Leader is an administrative/clinical position, which provides supervision to staff, participates in hiring and in staff development, performs staff evaluations and works with Program Coordinator in developing policies and procedures related to specific program. Organizes and implements quality management responsibilities. Provides direct care as part of the interdisciplinary team model. Assures program coverage via on-call schedule (24-hour, 7 day/week.)

Requirements: LCSW or LPC; Master's Degree in Human Services field; minimum of two (2) years' experience with SPMI population and one year of supervisory experience with same. 

Registered Nurse
Community Program
Red Bank, NJ

The Program for Assertive Community Treatment (PACT) is a team-based program for individuals with serious and persistent mental illness and substance use disorders who have a history of multiple emergency room visits or psychiatric hospital admissions in the last 18 months.? CPC's PACT Teams include a psychiatrist, nurses, clinical social workers, co-occurring specialists, vocational specialists, mental health advocates and peer specialists. The PACT Teams provide intensive, in-community treatment and support to assist consumers in staying out of the hospital and improving their functioning in the community. The PACT Team treats adult consumers throughout Monmouth County. Referrals for PACT services can be made directly to the PACT program and must be approved by DMHAS (the Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services). PACT treatment is based on a nationwide evidence-based treatment model. 

In this role as a Registered Nurse, your goal is to maximize client's positive interactions with the environment and to promote and maintain client behavior that contributes to integrated functioning and successful community living. 

 

Requirements: Current New Jersey License; Graduate of a state accredited school or college of nursing Preferred: Bachelor of Science in Nursing, American Nurse Credentialing Center (ANCC) certification in mental health nursing

Advanced Practice Nurse
Howell, NJ

To provide psychiatric services to include provision of psychiatric evaluation and treatment and psychopharmacological education. Provision of these services will be documented according to regulatory agency governing the type of service provided.

Requirements: Master's degree in Nursing; RN-NJ with Psychiatric Mental Health Clinical Specialist; must possess MAT waiver or be willing to obtain within 60 days of employment

Annual Salary: $140,000 to $160,000, based on experience

Administrative Assistant,
Afternoons & Evenings
Red Bank, NJ

Our Red Bank-Middletown office is located in the heart of the city, convenient to all major roadways. In this role, you will work closely with other team members to manage schedules for medical doctors and Advanced Practice Nurses (APNs) in a fast-paced environment.

The hours for this role are as follows:

Monday & Wednesday, 1PM to 9PM; Tuesday & Thursday 12PM to 8PM; Friday, 9AM to 5PM.

As an Administrative Assistant, you will manage schedules for the medical staff. These responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, scheduling appointments and follow-up appointments, responding to client requests for letters, following up and confirming upcoming appointments, greeting clients, collecting co-pays, assisting with intake paperwork, scanning, inputting data to the Electronic Health Record (EHR,) answering phones, and answering general questions, and transferring calls to the proper person (e.g., clinical staff, billing staff, case managers, etc.) 

 

Requirements: High School Diploma/GED or business school training. Minimum of 2 years' experience in providing administrative/clerical support including data entry/use of technology and business-related software. Excellent customer service skills, critical thinking skills, ability to work both as team member as well as independently, great organizational skills, ability to multi-task and updated technology skills are essential to succeed in this position. 

Maintenance / Facilities Custodian
Morganville, NJ

CPC Behavioral Healthcare is currently looking for an experienced Maintenance/Custodial Worker to join our Facilities Department.  Our successful candidate will work as part of a team to perform all related buildings and grounds maintenance tasks to create a safe environment for staff, clients and the public across multiple facilities in Monmouth County.

Responsibilities include performing routine and preventative maintenance on buildings, grounds and equipment, including painting, plumbing, electrical, carpentry, etc. Performing routine housekeeping/janitorial services throughout the school day. Responsible to perform prescribed  routine cleaning of high touch areas in the school building continuously during the school day to maintain a safe and sanitary environment for staff and students. This position will also help in grounds maintenance, particularly during weather emergencies as well as moving equipment and material between offices and buildings as needed.

Requirements

A High School Diploma or equivalent is required. Must be able to perform all duties of the job, including occasional heavy labor.  Able to work independently with minimum supervision and must have a valid NJ driver's license.

Salary: $40,000 to $45,000 based on experience

Driver, Partial Care Aberdeen, NJ

Transports clients to and from program and off site activities. Monitors vehicle condition, handles road repairs and vehicle emergencies and reports problems and repair needs to the person responsible for vehicle assignments. Reports client behavior to clinical supervisor to assure their safety while in the vehicle and reports problems to the proper staff.

Requirements:High School Diploma or GED and valid NJ driver's license with clean record.

Hourly Rate: $18.00 per hour

Special Education Math Teacher High Point School Morganville, NJ

Special Education Teacher who holds a Math certification, well-versed in algebra, and is committed to enriching students of different ages and academic levels. As a special education teacher at High Point School, you will be responsible for providing specialized learning experiences and supervision of special education students in a supportive and positive classroom environment in accordance with their Individualized Education Plans (IEP).

Responsible for the overall welfare of each individual student during the school day. Designs, implements and evaluates an educational program appropriate to each student's individual needs. Supervises, schedules and provides instruction for teaching assistants. Maintains regular communication with families and/or guardians, the Principal, clinical staff and other staff to ensure goals and objectives of all IEP plans are being met.

Requirements: Must hold a High School Math Certification or TOSD or TOH, and have experience teaching math to high school students

Special Education Teacher
Morganville, NJ

As a special education teacher at High Point School, you will be responsible for providing specialized learning experiences and supervision of special education students in a supportive and positive classroom environment in accordance with their Individualized Education Plans (IEP).

Responsible for the overall welfare of each individual student during the school day. Designs, implements and evaluates an educational program appropriate to each student's individual needs. Supervises, schedules and provides instruction for teaching assistants. Maintains regular communication with families and/or guardians, the Principal, clinical staff and other staff to ensure goals and objectives of all IEP plans are being met.

Requirements: Current New Jersey Certification: Teacher of the Handicapped/ Teacher of students with disabilities or content area

IT Support Analyst Morganville NJ

The primary role of an Information Technology Support Analyst is to provide excellent customer service for all technical requests and issues submitted to the department by the Agency. Analyst work as a team to provide support through telephone, e-mail, and in-person interactions. Technical Support Analysts are expected to provide efficient and effective communications during the lifecycle of the request with an emphasis towards exceeding expectations.

Responsibilities

·  Work independently as a first-line Electronic Health Record (EHR) support for clinical staff

·  Maintain positive customer relationships and demonstrates patience when working with end-users of varying skill levels

·  Demonstrate excellence in computer knowledge of systems required to perform duties

·  You will use your experience in information technology to assist with and maintain current software systems and applications primarily involving Netsmart and other Ancillary Systems

·  Assist in troubleshooting and correcting errors, adapting to new hardware, or maintaining interfaces and working with vendor to improving performance

·  Assisting in preparing systems and users for upgrades and hotfixes for all operating systems, and applications

·  Installing and configuring new hardware/software

Qualifications

·  3 years of IT Support/Helpdesk experience

·  Previous experience training and supporting staff on information systems

·  Ability to work in a fast-paced, dynamic environment

·  Ability to understand, speak, read, and write clearly and effectively Excellent organizational skills

·  Able to learn new applications

·  Familiarity with report writing tools such as Crystal Reports

·  Working knowledge of SQL database

·  Outstanding interpersonal skills

·  Results oriented

·  Self-motivated

·  Excellent oral/written communication and organizational skills

·  Ability to translate user needs and train end-users

·  Ability to identify, analyze, and solve problems while focusing on results through positive interactions

·  Moderate physical effort (lift/carry up to 25 lbs)

 

Salary: $58,000 to $60,000 based on experience

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