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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:  

Counselor or Counselor Intern (F/T position in Turnersville – Monday – Thursday 11am – 9pm) – Provides services for the therapeutic care, treatment and rehabilitation of chemically dependent persons.


  • Conducts assessment and treatment planning
  • Facilitates individual and group counseling sessions
  • Coordinates with other social service agencies, managed care organizations, hospitals, clinics, courts, the criminal justice system and gatekeepers in meeting the needs of clients and assists them in utilizing these resources
  • Prepares treatment plans, histories, letters and reports
  • Maintains comprehensive records
  • Offers encouragement, reassurance and support to clients
  • Recommends educational and occupational training and/or possibilities for placement
  • Performs other duties and responsibilities as needed


  • Master’s Degree in Human Services/Social Sciences and two (2) years of relevant experience in substance abuse counseling; or Bachelor’s degree and CADC with two (2) years’ experience; or any combination of experience, education or training that would provide the level of knowledge, skill and ability required.
  • Minimum of two years’ counseling experience working with individuals with addiction issues.
  • Knowledge of ASAM levels of care required.
  • Microsoft (Word, Excel, Outlook) experience required. 
  • Ability to communicate clearly in writing and verbally.
  • Versatility, flexibility, and a willingness to work within an environment that requires changing priorities; and the ability to manage those priorities.

Certified Peer Recovery Specialist/CPRS (full-time position based in Pemberton) Provides non-clinical assistance and recovery support services to individuals striving to achieve or sustain long-term recovery from addiction. This position requires extensive work in the community.  Duties include, but are not limited to: providing and facilitating recovery supports and non-clinical counseling activities; collaborating with community resources to provide appropriate linkages; role modeling of pro-social behaviors; and maintaining comprehensive records.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Assess individual’s needs and preferences (and those of the family as appropriate) and develop a Recovery Action Plan.
  • Provide education on how to navigate treatment, social service and recovery support systems.
  • Drive and transport individuals as needed to community resources and services.
  • Serve as a positive role model to individuals and their families by sharing experiential knowledge, hope and skills.
  • Assist with gaining skills and resources needed to initiate and gain recovery.
  • Advocate for appropriate and effective community treatment and recovery.
  • Assist in establishing and sustaining a social and physical environment supportive of recovery.
  • Empower individuals to make self-determined and self-directed choices about their recovery pathways.
  • Perform other duties and responsibilities as needed.


  • Associates Degree preferred; High School Diploma or GED required.
  • Certification as Certified Peer Recovery Specialist (CPRS) required.
  • Valid Driver’s license required with good driving record.
  • Ability to communicate effectively (both written and verbal skills).
  • Ability to work independently.
  • Experience with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and Outlook) required.
  • Ability to deliver services with cultural and linguistic competency.

Admissions Assistant (full-time floater position covering Williamstown AND Pemberton) – Responsible, under the direction of the Admissions Coordinator, for screening and interviewing possible clients for entry into Maryville for services. Must be able to travel to Williamstown and Pemberton.


  • Ensure accurate, daily update of client census, database, and population funding reports, telephone communications and responses, and scheduling of admissions.
  • Maintain all fiscal aspects of the program through consultation with the Supervisor or designee to include the oversight/management of client billing in an accurate and timely manner to ensure payment.
    In conjunction with the Coordinator/Director, develop and implement reporting systems to document Quality Improvement in measurable standards.
  • Ensure the accurate preparation and timely submission of reports as required by the Coordinator/Director of Residential Services and funding/monitoring sources.
  • Ensure accurate reporting of client changes to funding agencies, DAS, SJI, Work First, Drug court, criminal justice agencies, etc. develop, where applicable, and maintain contact with appropriate community resources to facilitate client care.
  • Compile and prepare data/information as required for proposals and reports.
  • Perform other duties and responsibilities as needed.


  • High School Diploma/GED is required with two years administrative experience required in an addictions treatment facility.
  • Knowledge of NJ-SAMS is preferred.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Word Perfect.
  • Knowledge of data gathering and compilation techniques.
  • Ability to work with clients and to gain their confidence and cooperation.
  • Ability to plan and organize work and prepare appropriate reports.

Maintenance Worker/Driver – Performs and directs maintenance work including repairs, carpentry, plumbing, electrical work, and general building maintenance. Provide transportation for patients on an as-needed basis.


  • Assesses and provides necessary repairs at the Pemberton site that may include areas such as mechanical, electrical, carpentry and plumbing breakdowns, etc.
  • Makes daily rounds of building and grounds to assess environments, including fire safety, fire preparedness, needed repairs and the functioning of major equipment. Sets priorities and issues work orders to staff for completion.
  • Checks and cleans all fire extinguishers, hoses, compressors, tools, and equipment.
  • Maintains safety of all fire exits and stairwells.
  • Moves and stores furniture, equipment and supplies.
  • Patches, plasters, repairs and paints drywall, walls, tile, ceilings, floors and doors.
  • Keeps all walking and parking areas clean of debris, ice and snow.
  • Performs groundskeeping chores as assigned.
  • Coordinates cleaning with outside contractors; ensures that work done by vendors and contractors are complete and satisfactory.
  • Drives company vehicles as needed. Maintains updates with gas log. Provides upkeep and maintenance as needed such as oil changes, keeping vehicle stocked, etc.
  • Reports safety hazards or unsafe practices to Director of Residential Supervisor and Maintenance Supervisor.
  • Requests supervision from Maintenance Supervisor for clarifications or questions about work
  • Provides on-call, as needed maintenance support for emergency purposes.
  • Provides transportation for patients on an as-needed basis.
  • Performs other duties and responsibilities as needed.


  • Three to five years’ maintenance experience including minor plumbing, electrical and mechanical repairs, painting, carpentry, drywall repair, lock repairs, draining, filling and changing (or comparable system) compressors, air conditioning, chiller and air-handling units is required.
  • Current and valid driver’s license and safe driving record is required.

Lead CIT/Assistant Supervisor (Williamstown)


  • Provides guidance and direction in conjunction with CIT Supervisor/Recreation Coordinator for CITs (counselors in training) with daily responsibilities and tasks at the Williamstown site. Provide daily guidance and direction to CITs.
  • Ensures daily and weekend scheduling for proper staff coverage for all shifts.
  • Ensures that all clients are properly signed in and out including property runs and appointments.
  • Verifies time sheets for accuracy and submit for payroll.
  • Transports or arranges transportation for those clients who have medical appointments or other business outside the facility (as approved by staff). Perform this function in a coordinated and timely manner.
  • Maintains awareness of clients and client activities during tour of duty, clinical activities, breaks and leisure time.
  • Helps supervise the communications to counseling staff (in person and/or by log) any client related incidents or conversations that could have a therapeutic impact.
  • Denies unauthorized persons access to the facility/unit and ensure a drug-free environment while maintaining client confidentiality.
  • Demonstrates a willingness to listen to clients in a non-judgmental manner, and direct them to clinical staff when appropriate. Does not offer critical advice without consulting counseling staff.
  • Assists the CIT Supervisor/Recreation Coordinator in the facilitation of morning meetings, leisure time activities, exercise, meals and other program functions when requested and supervised by counseling staff.
  • Attends all program activities and act as a role model for the clients by demonstrating a positive attitude and behavior and a drug-free lifestyle.
  • Ensures that monitors tour the facility, living quarters and unit(s) at regularly scheduled intervals to check building security and make certain there are no fire or safety hazards in accordance with program and regulatory policies.
  • Maintains awareness of the facility, including the physical plant and agency vehicles; report problems or concerns verbally and in writing to the Director of Residential Services any problems that arise.
  • Communicates to nursing staff any medical needs that clients have.
  • Helps supervise clients in work therapy activities and report progress to counseling staff.
  • Compiles reports as needed relating to staffing, overtime, incident
    reporting, investigations,  etc.
  • Verifies survey phone calls are being made to former Maryville clients.
  • Verifies that monthly facility cleaning is being completed and maintained.
  • Remains compliant with required annual trainings, PPDs and biennial employee physicals.
  • Performs all responsibilities and duties as assigned.


  • Associates Degree is required with two years’ supervisory experience in a residential setting/drug and alcohol abuse treatment facility preferred; high school diploma or GED is required.
  • Microsoft Office (Word, Outlook) experience is required.
  • Must have valid driver’s license and clean driving record.

Outpatient Office/Billing Support (full-time floater position covering Turnersville, Vineland and Northfield)

Front Desk Responsibilities: This individual is responsible for the receptionist duties in an outpatient office, including but not limited to the prompt and pleasant answering of telephones, greeting visitors, and various general office duties as assigned.

Billing Support Responsibilities: Work is performed with considerable independence in accordance with established regulations, policies and procedures in a coordinated effort with the Billing Supervisor.

This is a responsible program support position which is plays a key role within this multi-service drug and alcohol treatment facility. The person in this position must be highly motivated and able to be cross-trained in billing and producing reports as they relate to an outpatient facility. This individual participates in admissions and referral activities which affect the delivery of client services. Works under supervisor oversight in accordance with work instructions, accepted standards of client service, accepted practices, and applicable regulations. Position requires some evaluative thinking. Contact is with clients, their families, personnel from referring agencies, fellow staff members and the general public, as this position calls for meeting and directing incoming clients and visitors.

Qualifications, Education and Experience:

Professional manner, excellent verbal and written communication skills, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and Outlook) are required. High school graduate or equivalent (G.E.D.). Prior experience in addiction treatment environment helpful. If recovering, must have at least two (2) years of continuous sobriety and maintain sobriety throughout employment.

Registered Nurse/RN or Licensed Practical Nurse/LPN for residential program (full-time night shift in Pemberton and part-time night shift in Williamstown) – Provides initial nursing assessment for all new admissions as well as follow-up of all clients during treatment. Administers medications and records this activity in the appropriate medical chart. 


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


  • Graduate of an accredited school of professional nursing.  Current RN license or LPN license in good standing in New Jersey.
  • Previous experience in addictions, psychiatric or mental health preferred.
  • Must be available for duty on a rotating basis. 

Mental Health Technician (opportunities in Williamstown and Pemberton) – Under close supervision of the Clinical Supervisor, performs work in the monitoring, care, supervision, treatment and rehabilitation of persons within the program. Responsible to provide crisis intervention and de-escalating techniques to help provide a safe environment. Monitors treatment activities and interacts with clients on an individual basis under the supervision of the Lead CIT. Encourages and provide needed support; role modeling of pro-social behaviors.


  • Provides appropriate crisis intervention by anticipating and responding promptly to escalating behaviors, utilizing verbal de-escalation techniques to diffuse the situation, correctly prioritizing and executing safety precautions as needed. Ensures the safety and well-being of our clients.
  • Continues special training in areas designated by the supervisor and in combination with the established “training plan;” while on the path to CADC certification.
  • Under the guidance of a senior counselor or program director, prepares records, such as treatment plans, counselor logs, bio-psycho-social history and evaluations while keeping client case records current according to established guidelines.
  • Role models pro-social behavior to both co-workers and clients.
  • Performs other duties and responsibilities as needed.


  • Associate’s degree in Behavioral Health or Addictions and Substance Use Disorders is preferred. Minimum High School diploma/GED  required.
  • Two (2) years direct care with mental health services required. Substance abuse/addictions experience preferred. Preferably enrolled in an approved academic program actively working towards certification as a Certified Drug & Alcohol Counselor (CADC).
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word/Excel/Outlook) required.
  • Must have valid driver’s license and clean driving record.

Counselor in Training/CIT (pool status – opportunities in Williamstown and Pemberton) – Under close supervision, performs work in the monitoring, care, supervision, treatment and rehabilitation of clients.  Monitors treatment activities and interacts with clients on an individual basis under the supervision of the Lead CIT.


  • Continues special training in areas designated by the supervisor and in combination with the established “training plan”; while on the path to CADC certification.
  • Prepares records, such as treatment plans, counselor logs, bio-psycho-social histories and evaluations
  • Keeps client case records current according to established guidelines, while working under the guidance of a senior counselor/or program director.
  • Role models professional social behavior to both co-workers and clients.
  • Encourages clients, providing support as needed.
  • Conducts random and scheduled inspections of client living quarters and fire safety equipment.
  • Performs other duties and responsibilities as needed.


  • High School Diploma or GED is required.
  • Preferably enrolled in an approved academic program actively working towards certification as a Certified Drug & Alcohol Counselor.
  • Knowledge of D&A treatment required.
  • Minimum one year prior experience working in a residential or group home is preferred.


Qualified applicants must submit a confidential resume along with salary expectations to:  


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).