Job Opportunities

 

The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD)-New Jersey promotes the prevention and treatment of, and recovery from, alcoholism and drug addiction through advocacy and education. We support the recovery of alcoholics, drug addicted individuals and their families and work to reduce the stigma surrounding the diseases of alcoholism and drug addiction. The agency formulates public policy initiatives and advocates for legislation and regulations that are in keeping with a public health approach to the diseases of alcoholism and drug addiction. In our public information efforts, we underscore the fact that alcoholism and drug addiction are treatable and preventable illnesses. NCADD-New Jersey is affiliated with the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

We are unable to offer internships.

Behavioral Health & Substance Abuse Care Coordinators (4)- Camden,  Burlington, Middlesex, Hudson and Essex Counties

The Care Coordinator conducts behavioral health and substance abuse assessments and treatment referrals.

Must hold a Master's in counseling, social work or related field. LPC, LCADC or LCSW with co-occuring experience strongly preferred or documented evidence that a license will be obtained in the next year. Should have at least two years experience in treating substance use and mental health disorders and extensive applied knowledge of The ASAM Criteria, 3rd Ed. and the DSM 5.

Care Coordinators may be required to assist in other counties periodically.

Excellent benefits, generous time off and 35-hour work week. EOE M/F/D/V  No phone calls and NO staffing services, we are only able to respond to those candidates who meet our qualifications.

For consideration specify salary expectations in cover letter and send to lschmitter@ncaddnj.org

Assistant Care Coordinators-Cherry Hill, Robbinsville and Newark

The Assistant Care Coordinator is responsible for processing referrals, arranging assessment schedules, coordinating services and performing administrative tasks. This is a nonclinical position. 

Must possess basic clerical skills and computer skills, including MS Word, Excel and familiarity with the Internet, ability to manage complex schedules, has a thorough understanding and commitment of the 12-Step model of recovery, high school diploma or equivalent. A minimum of 2 years work or volunteer service in the addictions field is preferred. Office experience is required. Bilingual Spanish a plus.

Excellent benefits, generous time off and 35-hour work week. EOE M/F/D/V  No phone calls and NO staffing services, we are only able to respond to those candidates who meet our qualifications.

For consideration specify salary expectations in cover letter and send to lschmitter@ncaddnj.org

Systems Coordinator-Monmouth/Ocean Counties

The objective of this position is to ensure effective communication among multiple systems and agencies involved with the client.  The position will ensure consistency of appropriate services by coordinating daily referrals of DCP&P-involved clients suspected of a substance use disorder. The Systems Coordinator ensures the coordination of referrals and information flow between DCP&P, the CPSAI, and the WFNJ SAI/BHI. Duties for this position include daily processing all DCP&P/welfare referrals along with coordinating and participating in monthly case conferences. The System Coordinator performs other administrative tasks related to the effective functioning of the DCP&P/SAI/BHI initiative. The Systems Coordinator is also responsible for arranging assessment schedules, coordinating services for clients, and performing administrative task for the Care Coordinators. This position will be located in the Robbinsville office with eventual travel to Monmouth and Ocean County.  

The Systems Coordinator should possess a bachelor’s degree in a related field with at least 2 years direct administrative experience, or a high school diploma, or equivalent, with a minimum of 5 years direct administrative experience. Experience working with DCP&P and/or TANF populations strongly preferred.  Knowledge of substance abuse/mental health and treatment modalities a plus.  Must be able to work across organizational systems in order to obtain services and information from various agencies such as the Board of Social Services, DCP&P, the CPSAI, Employment Services, and other partner agencies. Must be able to efficiently manage a flow of continuous information across multiple systems. Must be proficient at using standard word processing software.

Excellent benefits, generous time off and 35-hour work week. EOE M/F/D/V  No phone calls and NO staffing services, we are only able to respond to those candidates who meet our qualifications.

For consideration specify salary expectations in cover letter and send to lschmitter@ncaddnj.org