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Why choose Maryville?

Maryville Addiction Treatment Center is a great place to work. Our staff of dedicated professionals devote themselves each day to helping people suffering from addictive disease and co-occurring disorders reclaim their lives. Our commitment to service excellence is reflected in the high satisfaction ratings we receive, an honor we attribute to the compassion, commitment and quality of our staff. We are a growing organization adding locations to provide greater access to services.

Maryville offers a supportive and positive workplace environment with competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits program including medical insurance, tuition assistance and a generous 401(K) employer match. Come see for yourself! Join our dedicated team as we work together to transform lives.

Current employment opportunities include:  

Outpatient Counselor – full-time in Vineland (Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, 11:00am-9:00pm)

Performs independent work in the therapeutic care, treatment and rehabilitation of persons within the program.  Must have demonstrated a basic ability to supervise others in the above and deal with clients on a more independent basis. Plans and conducts therapeutic activities and counsels therapeutically with clients on an individual and group basis. Must demonstrate an advanced understanding of the full continuum of care. In addition, this person must have a broad understanding of how a drug & alcohol treatment program operates and how each client moves along in the treatment system. Carries out tasks in the therapeutic care, treatment and rehabilitation of chemically dependent persons, facilitating in individual and group counseling sessions; working with other social agencies and managed care organizations, hospitals, clinics, courts, prisons and gatekeepers in planning to meet the needs of clients and assist them in utilizing these resources.  Prepares treatment plans, histories, writing letters, making reports and keeping records; encouraging, reassuring and giving needed support; recommending educational and occupational training and/or possibilities for placement. Provides assessment and evaluations based on appropriate criteria.

Responsibilities:

  • Assesses the counseling needs of the clients using the ASI and diagnoses clients for substance use disorder using the DSM.
  • Determines the appropriate level of care according to ASAM Patient Placement Criteria.
  • Obtains previous records that are relevant to the current treatment episode.
  • Collaborates with the client to develop a written treatment plan that includes goals and measurable objectives, and is client centered, recovery oriented,
  • Provides substance abuse counseling services specified in the client treatment plan.
  • Reviews clients throughout the treatment episode according to the ASAM, to determine the need for continued services, transfers, or discharge/transfers.
  • Reviews and, where necessary, revising the client treatment plan to address ongoing problems.
  • Develops discharge/transfer plan to ensure movement to the appropriate levels of care.
  • Contacts, consults and coordinates with referral sources as appropriate.
  • Participates as a member of a multidisciplinary team for assigned clients.
  • Provides active case consultation.
  • Documents all counseling and education services, assessments, reassessments, referrals and follow-up in the client’s clinical record, and providing appropriate signatures and dating of such entries, including those made in electronic records.
  • Continues special training in areas designated by the Supervisor or comply with CADC/LCA requirements.
  • Keeps records such as NJSAMS, ASAM, ASI, bio-psycho-history & assessments, evaluations and keeps client case records current according to the established guidelines.
  • Ensures proper collection of urine samples where appropriate.
  • Attends, participates (and when necessary), facilitates special events, such as Founder’s Day, trips, workshops, etc.
  • Provides role modeling for pro-social behaviors.
  • Facilitates Morning/Care & Concern Meetings with clients.
  • Ensures proper and appropriate documentation of all clinical sessions, lectures, seminars and interventions.
  • Maintains a full client caseload and may assist as a lead counselor, as needed.
  • Ensures the facility’s dietary services are in compliance with N.J.A.C. 8:24
  • Attends all staff meetings and attends functions and/or meetings when the Administrator is not available.
  • Supports and demonstrates adherence to Maryville’s Code of Ethics, Code of Conduct and all personnel policies and procedures.
  • Maintains a valid driver’s license and appropriate professional certificates and credentials.
  • Provides support and assistance with alumni residents or others needing advanced care.
  • Moderates special groups such as extended groups, family meetings, workshops or presentations.
  • Provides new hire orientation of new staff members when the Administrator or is not available.
  • Performs other duties and responsibilities as needed.

Education/Experience:

  • A minimum of an Associate’s Degree or full certification as an Addictions Counselor is required.
  • A minimum of 2 years of Counseling experience is preferred.
  • CADC license is required.
  • Must be available for weekend and/or evening duty as needed.


Inpatient Counselor (full-time in Williamstown)
Assists in the planning of treatment activities for clients on an individual and group basis under the supervision of a Senior Counselor and Clinical Supervisor, Administrator or designee. Duties may include, but are not limited to: carries out tasks in the treatment and rehabilitation of chemically dependent persons; assists in the provision of individual and group counseling activities; works with other Maryville personnel in an effort to understand the twelve (12) Core Functions, learns to prepare treatment plans, understands bio-psycho-social histories, prepares reports and keeps records; encourages, reassures and gives needed support; role modeling of pro-social behaviors; recommends educational and occupational training and/or possibilities for placement.

Responsibilities:

  • Assesses the counseling needs of the clients using the ASI and diagnoses clients for substance use disorder using the DSM.
  • Determines the appropriate level of care according to ASAM Patient Placement Criteria.
  • Obtains previous records that are relevant to the current treatment episode.
  • Collaborates with the client to develop a written treatment plan that includes goals and measurable objectives, and is client-centered, recovery-oriented.
  • Provides substance abuse counseling services specified in the client treatment plan.
  • Reviews clients throughout the treatment episode according to the ASAM, to determine the need for continued services, transfers, or discharge/transfers.
  • Reviews and, where necessary, revising the client treatment plan to address ongoing problems.
  • Develops discharge/transfer plan to ensure movement to the appropriate levels of care.
  • Contacts, consults and coordinates with referral sources as appropriate.
  • Participates as a member of a multidisciplinary team for assigned clients.
  • Provides active case consultation.
  • Documents all counseling and education services, assessments, reassessments, referrals and follow-up in the client’s clinical record, and providing appropriate signatures and dating of such entries, including those made in electronic records.
  • Continues special training in areas designated by the Supervisor or comply with CADC/LCADC requirements.
  • Keeps records such as NJSAMS, ASAM, ASI, bio-psycho-history & assessments, evaluations and keeps client case records current according to the established guidelines.
  • Ensures proper collection of urine samples where appropriate.
  • Attends, participates (and when necessary), facilitates special events, such as trips, workshops, etc.
  • Provides role modeling for pro-social behaviors.
  • Facilitates Morning/Care & Concern Meetings with clients.
  • Ensures proper and appropriate documentation of all clinical sessions, lectures, seminars and interventions.
  • Maintains a full client caseload and may assist as a lead counselor, as needed.
  • Ensures the facility’s dietary services are in compliance with N.J.A.C. 8:24.
  • Attends all staff meetings and attends functions and/or meetings when the Administrator is not available.
  • Supports and demonstrates adherence to Maryville’s Code of Ethics, Code of Conduct and all personnel policies and procedures.
  • Provides support and assistance with alumni residents or others needing advanced care.
  • Moderates special groups such as extended groups, family meetings, workshops or presentations.
  • Provides new hire orientation of new staff members when the Administrator or is not available.
  • Performs other duties and responsibilities as required.

Education/Experience:

  • A minimum of an Associate’s Degree or full certification as an Addictions Counselor is required.
  • A minimum of 2 years of Counseling experience is preferred.
  • Maintains a valid driver’s license, car insurance and appropriate professional certificates and credentials.
  • CADC license is required.
  • Must be available for weekend and/or evening duty as needed.


Counselor in Training/CIT – part-time in Williamstown

Counselors in Training teach vital and innovative life skills to people overcoming substance abuse 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Performs tasks that ensure clients are safe on the campus. Facilitates proper care by assisting clients incorporate daily routines as a part of a client’s overall recovery plan. Must be compassionate, patient, and supportive in helping clients overcome their substance use disorders.  

Responsibilities:

  • Assists clients with following daily schedules.
  • Enforces client rules for program.
  • Conducts new admissions orientation multiple times a week.
  • Conducts searches of client rooms and client items.
  • Cleans and sanitizes client rooms.
  • Changes linens in client rooms in between discharges.
  • Organizes and schedules drug screens for clients.
  • Assists with new admissions and discharges.
  • Communicates events of the previous shifts during shift changes.
  • Models professionalism while working with clients and coworkers.
  • Completes mandatory daily inspections and searches of client living quarters and fire safety equipment and fire log book.
  • Performs light housekeeping as needed for common areas and workstation.
  • Maintains and updates log book while on shift.
  • Updates roll call sheets, the census, and finalizes emails to Counselors about the shift.
  • Communicates with clinical staff regarding client needs and behaviors.
  • Attends, participates, and assists with facilitating special events, including fundraising events.
  • Transports clients to hospital, doctor appointments, and After Care.
  • Attends assigned training in areas designated by the Residential Aide Supervisor.
  • Attends client group meetings, lectures, and meetings as required.
  • Performs all other responsibilities and duties as assigned.

Education/Experience:

  • High School Diploma or GED is required, Associates Degree is preferred.
  • Minimum one (1) year prior experience working in a residential or similar environment within the human services industry is preferred. Previous experience working with the public (such as customer service, retail) is required.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Suite (Word, Excel, and Outlook) is required.
  • Valid driver’s license and car insurance is required.
  • Experience with assistance in residential settings is required.
  • Knowledge of substance abuse and co-occurring disorders is preferred.
  • Knowledge of individual and group behavior and the effective ways of working with them.
  • Must have an understanding nature of client behavior, including setting boundaries.
  • Must have the ability to identify the needs of clients to gain their confidence and cooperation is preferred.
  • Ability to deescalate a crisis with trauma-informed care approach is preferred.
  • Must have the ability to lift and carry up to 20 pounds.
  • Keen observation skills are required.


Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) – Two (2) positions open: part-time (day shift)
in Williamstown & full-time (night shift) in Pemberton
Provides the initial nursing assessment on all new admissions, utilizing the required assessment form, as well as follow-up of all clients during treatment. Provides administration of medications and records this activity in the appropriate medical chart.

Responsibilities:

  • Reports any changes in client’s behavior and/or vital signs. Performs follow-up nursing assessment for residents.
  • Arranges appropriate appointments with health care providers as well as additional health screenings and supplemental tests as ordered by physician.
  • Provides administration of medications, as well as the supervision of self-administered medications, where appropriate and allowed by regulation, maintaining accurate records.
  • Maintains accurate psychiatric evaluation schedule, provides copies to counselors and forwards to finance.
  • Maintains adequate inventory of medical/office supplies in and accurate records of same in compliance with governing regulations and agency policy.
  • Ensures proper storage of supplies as required by regulation.
  • Provides education for clients regarding health, nutrition, safety, and medication compliance under the supervision of the registered nurse on the unit.
  • Performs other duties and responsibilities as required.

Education/Experience:

  • Graduate of an accredited school of professional nursing is required.
  • Current LPN license in good standing in New Jersey is required.
  • Previous experience in addictions, psychiatric or mental health is preferred.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook required.
  • Must be available for duty on a rotating basis. 


Registered Nurse (RN) – Two (2) positions open: part-time (night shift) in Williamstown & full-time night shift in Pemberton
This individual is responsible for providing the initial nursing assessment on all new admissions, utilizing the required assessment form, as well as follow-up of all clients during treatment. This person is also responsible for arranging necessary visits with Health Care Providers to complete
the initial physical exam and other health screenings as required by regulation. Provides administration of medications and record this activity in the appropriate medical chart. This nurse will arrange and coordinate all medical appointments for clients. Duties also include ensuring that there are adequate medical emergency supplies, as well as securing necessary medical records on all clients.

Responsibilities:

  • Performs initial nursing assessment for residents within 24 hours of admission.
  • Arranges appropriate appointments with Health Care Providers to secure complete physical examinations, as well as required additional health screenings and supplemental tests.
  • Administration of medications and maintaining accurate records.
  • Maintains adequate inventory of medical supplies and accurate records of same in compliance with governing regulations and agency policy.
  • Ensures proper storage of supplies as required by regulation.
  • Assists in the facilitation of special events, including, but not limited to: staff training, staff retreat, workshops and facility events.
  • Participates in treatment/multidisciplinary team meetings, as directed.
  • Implements and assures adherence to Infection Control policies and practices.
  • Provides education for clients regarding health, nutrition, safety, and medication compliance.
  • Performs other duties and responsibilities as required.

Education/Experience:

  • Graduate of an accredited School of Professional Nursing is required.
  • Current RN license in good standing in New Jersey is required.
  • Knowledge of specific health care issues pertaining to substance abusers is required.
  • Knowledge of correct record keeping in accordance with regulatory agencies and standards of practice is required.
  • Knowledge of popular nutritional requirements and practices for adults is required.
  • Knowledge of safe standards of nursing practice is needed.
  • Knowledge of therapeutic communication techniques for the addictions population is needed.
  • Must have the ability to work with clients to gain confidence and cooperation.
  • Must have the ability to plan and organize work and prepare appropriate, accurate records and reports.
  • Must have the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with clients, staff, health care providers, outside agencies, institutions and the general public.


Certified Peer Recovery Specialist (CPRS)
The Certified Peer Recovery Specialist aids with local homeless shelters and helps the clients build recovery capital that can help sustain recovery overtime, including building sober networks; helping achieve stable housing and employment, and teaching them effective problem-solving skills and ways to manage stress. Increases access to care and improve health outcomes in people with substance use disorders. Helps the clients rebuild their lives, damaged by drug use, by helping them to achieve stability in their substance use, mental illness, HIV/HCV, housing, employment, education, social connectivity, and other national outcome measures for substance use. Provides early intervention and re-engagement into treatment for individuals living in the community who are in early relapse for drugs and alcohol and other services.

Responsibilities:

  • Builds rapport with patients.
  • Delivers services in a way to reduce harm.
  • Assesses patient’s situation and connect patient to appropriate resource.
  • Works with service providers to coordinate care.
  • Ensures patients are complying with program guidelines and procedures.
  • Assists in patient intakes.
  • Assists patients in obtaining needed documents to help them move forward with their goals (obtain identification, etc.).
  • Maintains accurate and timely case notes for each patient (this may be facilitated by the shelter or shelter and subcontracted SUD provider).
  • Assists with answering phone calls and door and ensure all visitors and volunteers are directed to the appropriate staff.
  • Completes all logs and incident reports in a timely manner.
  • Provides immediate and professional response to any security/safety emergency or disturbance within or immediately outside facility.
  • May need to outreach with other Homeless Outreach Teams.
  • Performs other duties and responsibilities as required.

Education/Experience:

  • Preferably Associates Degree; minimum High School Diploma or GED is required.
  • The CPRS must hold current certification from the New Jersey Division of Community Affairs.
  • Must be fully knowledgeable about “harm reduction,” Camden County’s Syringe Access Program (SAP), and evidenced based SUD treatment.
  • Must possess excellent time management skills to plan, prioritize and coordinate multiple projects and ability to work under pressure to meet deadlines.
  • Excellent organization, written and oral communication skills is required.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license and insurance.
  • Must have flexibility to work morning and evening hours as needed.
  • Bilingual (English/Spanish) is a plus.

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Qualified applicants must submit a confidential resume along with salary expectations to: employment@maryvillenj.org.  

or

Maryville, Inc.
Attention: Human Resources
129 Johnson Road, Suite 7, Turnersville, NJ 08012

Maryville is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to a diverse workforce (minority, female, protected veterans, LGBTQ, disabled).