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2022


COVE Behavioral Health

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2021


Henderson Behavioral Health

Henderson Behavioral Health (HBH), a nationally recognized leader in providing mental health and addiction services seeks candidates for the following positions. Founded almost 70 years ago, Henderson Behavioral Health is one of the oldest and largest non-profit behavioral healthcare systems in Florida and has a long and successful track-record of excellence, innovation, and evidence-based services. Headquartered in greater Fort Lauderdale, with more than 700 employees and a budget approaching $50 million, HBH is CARF-accredited at the highest level.

Licensed Practical Nurse

This position requires that the candidate be licensed as a Licensed Practical Nurse in the State of Florida with a clear/active Florida state license in good standing. One-year experience heavily concentrated in the behavioral health field preferred. Candidate will serve as a member of a multidisciplinary team, screen new clients; administers prescribed medications and treatments, including injections, and documents in medical record. Demonstrates correct medication pass techniques, checks appropriate vital signs; chart action/reaction to treatments according to standards; assesses person served. Candidate will also be responsible to refer for physical exams and other physical problems; records medication orders; writes progress notes; makes telephone calls; reports to doctor regarding physical problems; ensures compliance with the Nurse Practice Act; provides emergency medical services and assists with data collection.

Licensed Clinician for University/College Counseling Center as well as for other programs

Provide brief behavioral counseling and outreach services to college aged students who have a wide range of concerns. This is a 100% direct service position that includes providing individual and couples counseling, crisis services, educational workshops, training sessions and outreach. Direct services are provided in-office via face to face or utilizing a HIPAA compliant Telehealth platform to conduct as indicated and needed. Licensed Clinicians also needed for other programs within the organization for adult and youth population. FT & PT opportunities, as well as day shift, weekends and overnight positions available.

Case Managers

We are seeking Case Managers for our youth and adult programs. Currently seeking to fill positions in Broward, Palm Beach and Treasure Coast. We are seeking Case Managers that are focused on managing the components of care for individuals with or across the continuum of care. The case manager is responsible for an assigned caseload of individuals with behavioral health issues. The case manager performs coordinated assessment of the needs of the participant. Provides case management functions including those of coordination of service planning, facilitation of linkages with community and center resources, monitoring of overall service delivery and referrals of the participant to sources providing assistance with basic human needs, such as food and shelter. This position guides the overall plan of care by assessing needs, developing, implementing and reviewing service plans, monitoring patient progress, adjusting treatment plans as necessary and working collaboratively with the health care team and with other community resources in meeting/achieving individual service needs. The case manager acts as a liaison and patient advocate between patient/family and service delivery personnel to ensure individuals are being effectively treated.

Florida Assertive Community Team (FACT) Substance Abuse Specialist

This member of the multidisciplinary team has responsibility to carry out rehabilitation and support functions and assist in treatment; substance abuse services; education, support, and consultation to families; and crisis intervention under the clinical supervision of staff with professional degrees. Candidate should have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in a behavioral science field and work experience with adults with severe and persistent mental illnesses or with individuals with similar human-service’s needs. A CAP (certified addictions professional) certification in good standing is required. Awareness of the concept of individual service planning. A valid Florida driver’s license and auto liability insurance are required.

Centralized Scheduler FT & PT

This support member is responsible for non-clinical tasks at Henderson Behavioral Health, providing administrative fiscal scheduling, maintaining appointments and other support to all outpatient programs through coordinating communication, assisting clients, their families and outside agencies.  This position requires a minimum High School Diploma or equivalent, this is an entry level position with opportunities for growth. Customer service support experience is required.  High level of verbal communications and interpersonal skills a must. Experience in an office setting a plus. Basic office experience including answering phones, sending emails and administrative support of office staff a must. Seeking several candidates for this position, flexible schedule, and Spanish speaking schedulers needed as well.

Submit cover letter and resume to jobs@hendersonbh.org

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Henderson Behavioral Health

Henderson Behavioral Health (HBH), a nationally recognized leader in providing mental health and addiction services seeks candidates for the following positions. Founded almost 70 years ago, Henderson Behavioral Health is one of the oldest and largest non-profit behavioral healthcare systems in Florida and has a long and successful track-record of excellence, innovation, and evidence-based services. Headquartered in greater Fort Lauderdale, with more than 700 employees and a budget approaching $50 million, HBH is CARF-accredited at the highest level.

Risk Management Coordinator

This position monitors various organizational systems to ensure the safety of consumer and personnel.  The position requires knowledge of statutes, accreditation standards from various entities, and legal requirements pertaining to community mental health centers. The Risk Management Coordinator reports to the Director of Quality Management, and has frequent contact with all levels of management, the Chief Executive Officer and department heads.  A working relationship with organizational attorneys is also required. Provide program development, leadership, and supervision in the areas of risk management and regulatory compliance. College degree with four years’ experience in Human Services, one year of which should be Risk Management or performance improvement related.

CSU Medical Director

The Medical Director is responsible and provides direct psychiatric and medical assessment and treatment to those who arrive to the facility or are admitted to the unit. Through comprehensive evaluation, diagnosis, treatment planning and discharge planning for consumers, the psychiatrist has overall clinical responsibility for the consumer’s treatment and staff’s delivery of clinical services. Additionally, where applicable, will be required to provide direct, individual supervision to staff members and student interns in promoting growth. Contributes and actively assists in the program’s policies and procedures. Additionally, assures that facility is in compliance with all federal, state and local laws. Possession of valid professional Florida license to practice medicine. M.D. or D.O., Board Certified or Board Eligible in psychiatry. Valid DEA license. Desire a minimum of 3 years of post-qualification experience as a Psychiatrist. This is a 100% direct service position that requires availability to work irregular hours, including evenings, overnights, and weekends; as well as on-call duties.

Licensed Outpatient Therapist

This position requires that the candidate possess a Master’s degree in Counseling or a related field and belicensed in the state of Florida (LCSW, LMHC, LMFT) preferred. A minimum of one year experience workingwith chronically mentally ill adult population as well as solid knowledge of recovery processes. The candidate should also have the ability to conduct individual and conjoint therapy. Successful candidate should possessgood communication and writing skills and have the ability to work within a multidisciplinary team approach.Successful candidate will need to be resourceful and adaptable as a therapist, have knowledge of evidence-based intervention strategies

Psychiatrists

Provides direct psychiatric and  medical  assessment  and  treatment  through comprehensive evaluation,diagnosis, treatment planning and discharge planning for consumers; provide consultation, as needed, to othermental health professionals by clinical supervision; education and training. Additionally, provide supervisionwith APRNs under protocol. This position requires candidates possess an M.D. or D.O. degree from an accredited educational program and be licensed in the State of Florida. Full-time and part-time positions available immediately. Work may be via telehealth if residing outside of Broward County.

Submit cover letter and resume to jobs@hendersonbh.org

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LIFE MANAGEMENT CENTER OF NORTHWEST FLORIDA, INC.

Inpatient Psychiatric Nurse Shift Supervisor – 27

MINIMUM TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

Florida Registered Nurse license and/or Compact license.  At least one year of behavioral health nursing experience preferred.

Successful completion of 14 hours of basic orientation training that includes:  patient rights and facility procedures; confidentiality laws of client records; incident reporting;; seclusion and restraint re­stric­tions; abuse reporting; assessment for past or current sexual, psycholog­ical, or physical abuse or trauma; substance abuse cross training; clinical risk and competency assessment; infection control; crisis prevention, intervention, and crisis duration services; DSM-5 overview; and Baker Act overview (prior to providing direct care or assessment services).

Life Management Center maintains and enforces a drug-free workplace policy. Applicants are required to be drug tested prior to employment. Under certain circumstances, employees may also be required to submit to drug and/or alcohol testing. Information on the Drug-Free Workplace Policy is contained in the employee Handbook and set forth in the Drug-Free Workplace Policy, available through the Human Resources Department and the organization’s website at www.lifemanagementcenter.org

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If you need additional information, contact Elizabeth Austill by email: eaustill@lmccares.org

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Drug Abuse Treatment Association, Inc. (DATA)

DATA is Southeast Florida’s premier provider of recovery oriented behavioral health programs for youth and families. We are CARF accredited and provide a full continuum of person centered programs including outreach, prevention, intervention, TASC, outpatient and residential.

Director of Treatment

The Director of Treatment coordinates and supervises all outpatient and community-based clinical services and activities in Martin, St. Lucie, Okeechobee and Indian River counties. Their primary responsibilities include ensuring the smooth operation of treatment services consistent with programs’ goals and objectives, training and supporting staff in applicable policies and procedures, providing clinical and administrative supervision to all direct service staff, and promoting the health, safety and well-being of program participants in accordance with the agency and program’s mission and philosophy.

Qualifications: Licensed behavioral health professional (LMHC, LMFT or LCSW) with substantial clinical and supervisory experience. Medicaid number and/or C.A.P. preferred. Must have demonstrated knowledge and skill in family, group and individual therapy and supervision; good interpersonal skills; training experience; knowledge of mental health and substance use systems. This position requires excellent communication and documentation skills. Some knowledge of budgeting and fiscal planning helpful.

Drug Abuse Treatment Association, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, non-disqualifying physical or mental disability, national origin, veteran status or any other basis covered by appropriate law.

For more information or to apply for this position, please contact Penny Tabbert, Chief Human Resources Officer, at 561.743.1034 extension 14 or at Penny@drugabusetreatment.org

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Drug Abuse Treatment Association, Inc. (DATA)

DATA is Southeast Florida’s premier provider of recovery oriented behavioral health programs for youth and families. We are CARF accredited and provide a full continuum of person centered programs including outreach, prevention, intervention, TASC, outpatient and residential.

Director of Residential Services

The Director of Residential Services oversees our two Level II adolescent residential facilities in Ft. Pierce and West Palm Beach. They are responsible for motivating and maintaining a strengths-based, multidisciplinary team of professionals committed to improving the lives of adolescents and their families participating in residential treatment through the use of recovery-oriented, evidence-based therapeutic, behavioral and academic strategies. This includes providing direction and clinical management/support to staff, including oversight of clinical supervision, professional development, and performance management aimed at promoting the health and safety of our staff, clients and families in accordance with the agency and program’s mission and philosophy.

Qualifications: Licensed mental health professional (LMHC, LMFT or LCSW) with experience in operating all aspects of a residential treatment program including clinical and behavioral services, food service, facility maintenance, human resources, staff scheduling, etc. Juvenile Justice experience a plus. Genuine ability to forge and maintain relationships with community partners and stakeholders. Sense of humor is essential to being successful in this position.

Drug Abuse Treatment Association, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, non-disqualifying physical or mental disability, national origin, veteran status or any other basis covered by appropriate law.

For more information or to apply for this position, please contact Penny Tabbert, Chief Human Resources Officer, at 561.743.1034 extension 14 or at Penny@drugabusetreatment.org

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