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Why choose Maryville?

  • Maryville has built an outstanding reputation with nearly seven decades of treating addictive disease and co-occurring disorders in New Jersey.
  • Our organization is committed to excellence in service delivery and is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).
  • Satisfaction surveys indicate 95% of our clients would recommend Maryville to others, which we attribute to the compassion, commitment and quality of our staff.
  • We are a growing organization and continue to add locations that 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:  

Psychiatric APN (contract position in Turnersville outpatient program; Mon, Wed, or Thur evening)Working collaboratively with a Board Certified Psychiatrist, the Psychiatric APN is responsible for conducting psychiatric evaluations, diagnosing mental health disorders, and determining levels of care for adult clients. Provides treatment including medication prescribing and monitoring. Provides patient education. May perform data collection, documentation, and aggregation for Performance Improvement purposes. Responsible for meeting contract reporting requirements and adhering to Maryville policies and procedures as well as NJ Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services standards.

The ideal candidate for this position has knowledge of specific mental health care issues pertaining to individuals with co-occurring disorders, proper record keeping in accordance with regulatory agencies and standards of practice, and potential drug interactions for prescribed medications.

The Psychiatric APN must be a graduate of an accredited school of professional nursing, hold a current RN license in good standing in NJ, hold an MSN with certification in Psychiatric Advanced Practice Nursing and have prescriptive authority.

Human Resources Assistant (based in Turnersville) Provides HR support and assistance including recruitment initiatives, benefits orientation, credentialing/compliance and record-keeping.

Responsibilities:

  • Participates in recruitment efforts including posting of job openings (internal and external), distribution of resumes to supervisors and follow-up as needed.
  • Ensures appropriate background checks, i.e. fingerprinting, criminal background checks, etc., are completed prior to employee starting.
  • Prepares new employee files and verifies all information has been received.
  • Assists with completion of on-boarding information for new employees and changes that may occur.
  • Organizes, schedules and executes new hire and benefit orientation for all new employees.
  • Assists with benefits enrollments and COBRA.
  • Provides follow-up on any outstanding required documentation needed for file compliance of employee personnel files.
  • Creates and maintains employee files and files HR paperwork and records.
  • Performs other duties and responsibilities as required.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources is preferred with two years previous HR experience.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills are required.
  • Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook) is required.
  • Position may require limited travel to various agency locations throughout NJ to address HR-related issues.
  • Ability to prioritize and plan work activities in order to utilize time efficiently.
  • Must be dependable, able to follow instructions and respond to direction.
  • Professional demeanor required, as well as recognition of the importance of confidentiality in this environment.
  • Must be able to communicate clearly, both written and orally, to provide accurate communication to staff.

Outpatient/Office Billing Support (floater position for Turnersville, Vineland, and Northfield) – Answers telephones and greet visitors at front desk for all appointments at outpatient facilities.  Participates in admissions and referral activities which affect the delivery of client services.  This job position will provide support for Turnersville, Vineland and Northfield on as needed basis.

Responsibilities:

  • Answers telephone calls, greet visitors and schedule appointments and be familiar with the appointment process.
  • Checks in groups, collect payment, record all services rendered on facility roster, assist new clients with paperwork, track counselor service logs, verify necessary services
  • Coordinates prior authorizations with the Interim Managing Entity (IME) & other duties as required by the IME.
  • Responsible weekly and monthly billing of services rendered for all clients to all payers.
  • Prepares and submits appropriate billing reports to the Finance Department on a regular basis.
  • Ensures accurate, daily update of client census, database, and population funding reports.), telephone communications and responses, and scheduling of admissions.
  • Maintains 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.
  • Provides other duties and responsibilities as required.

Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma/GED is required with two year’s administrative experience.
  • Excellent verbal and written communications.
  • Excellent customer service skills.
  • Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and Outlook) is required.
  • Must have flexibility to work at various locations.

Addiction and Co-occurring Treatment Counselor (based in Pemberton or Williamstown residential programs) – Provides assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of chemically dependent persons. Facilitates individual and group counseling sessions; works 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. CADC required with a minimum of two years’ addiction and co-occurring work experience. Licensure preferred.

Admissions Assistant (based in Williamstown) Monitors census and provides maintenance and safe keeping of client records. Prepares and provides reports on client population changes to the proper individuals or offices. Works with funding sources, criminal justice agencies, social service agencies, etc. Duties may include compiling and preparing data and information for statistical purposes, assisting clerical support staff in the timely completion of their daily tasks, and the management of program information systems. High school diploma with two (2) years administrative or direct care experience required. Excellent verbal and written communications skills. Knowledge of Microsoft Office. Ability to work with clients and gain their confidence and cooperation; plan and organize work; prepare reports; establish and maintain effective working relationships with clients, staff, outside entities and the general public. This position is located in Williamstown.

Food Service Worker/Cook (part-time positions available in Pemberton and Williamstown) – Prepares well-balanced nutritional meals in a residential facility. Ensures a sanitary kitchen at all times. Maintains reasonable food costs through the proper use, preparation and storage of food. High School Diploma/GED with previous commercial cooking experience required to fill these part-time positions in our Pemberton and Williamstown locations.

Driver (part-time, based in Williamstown) – Transports clients for appointments and activities as needed; delivers correspondence, contracts and packages when required; distributes interoffice mail; escorts clients to in-house and outside meetings; escorts clients to the hospital or other services when necessary; reviews clients’ weekly schedules for appointments, group and individual sessions; obtains schedule requests from clients, obtains Director’s approval and posts information on board; maintains agency vehicle, including the monitoring of routine services (i.e. tune-ups, tire rotation, cleaning, etc.; responsible for providing a brief overview of the residential program, including rules, procedures, and services, with each new client; ensures client safety; maintains order and ensures compliance with resident rules and regulations; ensures that clients conduct themselves in an orderly manner when on agency property or in agency vehicles; collects daily mail and distributes to clients; responds appropriately to all medical and other emergencies; performs other duties as needed.

Qualifications include a high school diploma or GED, valid driver’s license with acceptable driving record and five years of driving experience; excellent customer service skills. Must maintain the ability to work effectively with clients and aid them in adjusting to their specific situations; and the ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships with staff, other agencies, and the general public.

Counselors in Training (full time and pool positions available at Pemberton and Williamstown residential facilities) – 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; models professional social behavior to both co-workers and clients; encourages clients, providing support as needed; ensures random and mandatory hourly inspections of client living quarters and fire safety equipment; performs other duties and responsibilities as needed.

Counselors in Training must have a high school diploma or GED and preferably enrolled in an approved academic program actively working towards certification as a Certified Drug & Alcohol Counselor; knowledge of D&A treatment; minimum one year prior experience working in a residential or group home is preferred.

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

or

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

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Maryville is an Equal Opportunity Employer