Career Opportunities at Meridian

56 Career Opportunities at Meridian Behavioral


1 Day Ago
This is a professional position that will report to the Forensic Program Director to provide intensive case management, follow-up and service delivery to individuals with mental health being diverted from the jail and forensic state hospitals. This person must be able to work independently and have the ability to work well with other agencies such as the Courts, jail and community partners.

1 Day Ago
Salary Range: $12.50/hour (non-CNA) <3 years’ experience $13.50/hour (non-CNA) 3+ years’ experience $13.74/hour (CNA) <3 years’ experience $15.26/hour (CNA) 3+ years’ experience *Experience: Acute, Inpatient Mental Health. Last Reviewed: 8/18/2017________________________________________Position Summary: This position is responsible for the provision of direct client care and interaction under the supervision of an RN, RN Shift Manager, physician or designated delegate. In addition, documents or assists with completion of documentation. This position has potential for exposure to blood and body fluids. May require being a Center Driver, if eligible. 15 minute client checks, therapeutic activities, vital signs, 1:1’s if required, care and custody, snacks and food ordering, hygiene supplies, other assignments as directed by RN; Detox Unit – calls for appointments, maintains wait list. Willing to be an active participant in client restraints, as needed. Essential Duties/Responsibilities: 1. *Must attend mandatory CSU meetings held once a month* 2. Greets clients in the screening area: Inventories personal effects and screens for contraband. Performs breath alcohol testing and vital signs. Obtains urine for on-site drug screen. Assures client confidentiality while obtaining their vitals signs including weight, heart rate, blood pressure, and height for children. Notifies RN on duty of readings outside of identified parameters. Applies wristband identification. Uses digital camera to provide photo identification. Initiates "Flow Sheet" documentation. Enters the client’s name and key number on all necessary forms. Accompanies client to the unit. 3. Front Desk/Booth Requirments: Inventory, search, initial vitals, UDS, create/update demographics, picture, planned services, armband, open screening, d/c – check for d/c order, visitor check in, return property, & ensure accuracy, call for drivers, meridian greeter, close out admission from ES; Future – d/c checklist ensure proper d/c in system, ensure d/c paperwork, ensure d/c follow up appointment. 4. Assures client personal hygiene is met daily: Provides items to clients for hygiene needs (i.e. linens, toothbrushes, toothpaste, shampoo, combs, etc.) Assists with, or provides direct assistance to, clients who have difficulty meeting their personal hygiene needs 5. Assures vital signs are taken and documented at least daily or as ordered by the RN or physician. 6. Assists in completion of documentation: Documents client observations using "Flow Sheet". Documents group interactions on the "Group … Documents vital signs on client "Vital Signs" sheet. As needed, documents actual fluid or food intake using "Fluid and Food Intake Record" Notifies RN or physician of any verbal interaction or observations which may be related to client self-harm or harm to others or concerns for potential abuse of a child, partner, or elder. 7. Assists with maintaining a safe and therapeutic environment: Works with LPN and Charge Nurse to provide appropriate coverage during assigned shift. Provides individual and group orientation to milieu and structure. Provides for group interaction via community meetings, planned outdoor activities, games, etc. Monitors the unit and the clients for contraband. Utilizes therapeutic communication techniques to prevent client escalation. Utilizes therapeutic communication techniques to de-escalate disruptive clients. Utilizes appropriate physical interventions to prevent client self-harm or harm to others. Provides appropriate support and guidance to coworkers and seeks appropriate direction. Other Duties/Responsibilities: 1. Customer Service: Greets clients as soon as possible after check-in and provides welcoming atmosphere. Provides confidentiality by modulating voice during vitals signs and other documentation. When not engaged in work-related tasks or activities, keeps personal conversation quiet to avoid being misinterpreted by nearby clients. Treats all customers – clients, staff, other departments – with courtesy. When answering the phone, identifies the unit and their name (first name only). Utilizing therapeutic communication techniques, attempts to address client concerns in a timely fashion, engages co-workers as needed and reports all client concerns to the Charge Nurse. 2. Communication: Documents clearly and effectively utilizing appropriate forms. As needed, assists in updating Kardex. Seeks information as needed. Attends staff meetings. Attendance at staff meetings is expected and paid for. If unable to attend in person, review of minutes is expected. Attendance at fewer than one-half of the meetings scheduled is subject to review by the RN Shift Supervisor. Coordinates breaks with Charge RN and/or other staff members as appropriate. Requests time off with required notice and notifies the Staffing Department as soon as possible if calling off for illness or emergency and adheres to the Absenteeism/Tardy Policy. 3. Team Work: Orients and mentors new staff members as needed and as appropriate. Considerate of other team members. Channels questions, suggestions, and constructive criticism appropriately. Works with the team to identify opportunities for improvement. Flexible and adapts well to change- you agree that you will not always be assigned to your designated department. Cross-department work is common and a spirit of cooperation is needed. 4. Staff is required to stay over shift until appropriate and sufficient staff has arrived. At times, in circumstances of staff call-outs, increased client acuity or supervisor requests, staff is required to stay until dismissed by RN Shift Manager, Staffing Department or Administrator on-call. Violation in any of these above areas may result in disciplinary action, up to and including termination Position Requirements/Preferences: Experience: Minimum of 2 years of direct client care with related population. Mental Health experience is strongly preferred. Knowledge, Skills, Abilities: Familiarity with PC functions. Highschool diploma or GED required. Language Skills: Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of the organization. Effective communication in English, Fluency in Spanish desirable. Mathematical Skills: Ability to add, subtract, multiply, divide, use a calculator Reasoning Ability: Identifies issues and potential solutions Physical Demands: Must be able to walk the distance of 50-100 feet multiple times in a day (walking) Must be able to lift up to 25 pounds routinely, up to 50 pounds rarely (lifting) Must be able to place charts in slots that may be above eye level (stretching) Must be able to access paperwork and charts below waist level (bending, stooping) Must be able to use a keyboard and mouse (fine motor skills)

1 Day Ago
This is advanced professional clinical work conducting emergency assessments for clients who present at Crisis Stabilization in crisis seeking mental health stabilization. Emergency Screeners provide 24/7 Emergency Intake and Evaluation services for both voluntary and Baker Act adults and children.

2 Days Ago
Mon - Fr 8a -5p Rate of Pay: $11.19/hr - $12.50/hr Position Summary: Serves as liaison between client relations units and functions as a team leader for a particular unit. The work required the use of independent judgment and initiative in carrying out duties and responsibilities of maintaining a professional office setting, and the ability to provide clerical support on all levels within the Center. This position requires heavy public contact. Minimum Qualifications: An Associate of Arts (AA) degree, preferably in Business, and experience in general clerical, secretarial, receptionist experience, preferably including third party billing OR Graduation from a standard high school or its equivalent and two years of general office, secretarial or clerical experience, one of which must be in dealing with the public, preferably in a clinical setting and/or dealing with third-party billing. Essential Duties/Responsibilities: 1. Greet and assist telephone and on-site customers with inquiries and questions; refer to most appropriate department for assistance 2. Provide telephone and office coverage during regular business hours and special circumstances. 3. Provide receptionist and/or secretarial duties for Department, including but not limited to: transcription, correspondence composition, typing, filing, photocopy, mail sorting and distribution, and scheduling of appointments 4. Maintain accounts receivable register, deposits, petty cash, and related service paperwork 5. Verify client payor eligibility status and, if managed care payor, process appropriate paperwork to obtain authorization for payment of service 6. Create, maintain, and update in Profiler files and other databases/ spreadsheets and/or other information used to track information for department, and provide reports on such information as needed 7. Maintain and update Center Wide Policy Manual, Procedure Manuals, as well as Program-specific policies and procedures in Department, assisting supervisor with employee notification and training, when necessary 8. Conduct and monitor the preparation and distribution of appointment notices, service lists/statements, collections notes/statement, reports and procedures as needed/required for program/office 9. Coordinate clinic doctor schedules and clients appointments, including on-going evaluation and initiation of necessary changes to maintain a smooth, efficient running clinic. 10. Performs other duties as required to meet program and departmental goals and objectives. Knowledge, Skills, Abilities: Language Skills: Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of organization. Mathematical Skills: Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs. Reasoning Ability: Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form. Physical Demand: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; and reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to stand and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, and ability to adjust focus. The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions

This is a professional position that works closely with an interdisciplinary team to assist in providing and coordinating services in an acute care inpatient setting for clients, their families, inpatient/outpatient Meridian staff, community agencies, and insurance carriers.

New Posting Nurse Manager | Gainesville | 11-17
Gainesville, FL32614
5 Days Ago
Salary: 65,000/yr Position Summary: Supervises and coordinates activities of nursing personnel on each unit, promoting high quality of care; assesses the needs of clients and ensures services are consistent with needs. Essential Duties/Responsibilities: Responsible for the supervision of all licensed and non-licensed personnel who provide health care and nursing services on the SAPP (Substance Abuse PICC Program) unit and for nursing staff on the Bridge House unit. Serves as the primary safety net seven days per week, 365 days per year for any event occurring on the SAPP Unit that require the immediate attention of Management. Communicates with management regarding pertinent issues related to each unit. Evaluates, directly supervises, and writes performance plans for designated staff and communicates with the Director as indicated. Conducts on-the-job training as necessary and coordinates workflow to best suit the needs of the residents. Participates in client nursing assessments as needed including triaging of patients requesting sick call. Coordinates medical care with the appropriate provider based on assessment during triage. Reviews all pre-admission packets for the SAPP unit and notes any areas of concern prior to forwarding to the physician for approval. Communicates directly with referral sources for the SAPP Unit. Acts as a resource for nursing staff. Conducts staff meetings and attends monthly management meetings. Monitors and ensures that incident reports are completed and reported per policy and procedure. Provides administrative program management for both residential units. Meets with residents on both units as needed to resolve issues and communicates with the Director any concerns related to program functions, staffing, or clinical issues. Performs other duties as assigned. Other Duties/Responsibilities: 1. On call for all Medical issues or events requiring management presence unless on approved PTO. Position Requirements/Preferences: Graduation from an accredited School of Nursing with a degree in Nursing. Must be licensed as as Registered Nurse in the State of Florida supplemented with 3-5 years of responsible nursing experience in management - preferable in a Substance Abuse and/or Mental Health setting or an acceptable equivalent combination of education and experience. Must be proficient in the use of computer and programs utilized by the facility. Preference given to candidates holding dual licensure as an RN and as a LMHC or LCSW. Language Skills: Ability to keep accurate records and to communicate effectively in English both orally and in writing. Must respect the principles of Resident Rights, confidentiality, EEO and ADA. Computer Skills: Ability to utilize an EMR and basic computer software. Reasoning Ability: Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form. Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. The employee may be occasionally required to lift, push or pull up to 25 pounds.

5 Days Ago
This is a highly responsible position in the Center’s Executive Management Team, which is charged with ensuring that care is safe, effective, person centered, timely, efficient, and equitable. The Sr. VP is expected to interact with stakeholders, internal and external, and is frequently required to represent Meridian’s executive management team to these stakeholders. The Senior Vice-President, Advancement, is responsible for developing and coordinating the public relations, media, and fundraising activities of the Center with the goal of advancing our mission within the center and in the community at large.

5 Days Ago
This is an advanced professional counseling position providing clinical evaluation, treatment, and consultation services. The Behavioral Health Consultant is part of the person-centered integrated care team and provides direct and indirect services to patients of the Heart of Florida, a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) located in Ocala. This position requires the ability to build professional empathetic relationships with clients and provide brief screening, intervention, and referral to FQHC patients with substance use disorders, focusing on opiate misuse, and co-occurring mental health disorders and risk factors for substance abuse. Services are provided at the main FQHC location, and via telehealth to satellite FQHC clinics. Therapy may include a range of levels of care, including prevention and educational approaches, brief screening, crisis intervention, risk assessment, and brief treatment.

< 1 Month Ago
This is advanced professional clinical work conducting emergency assessments for clients who present at Crisis Stabilization in crisis seeking mental health stabilization. Emergency Screeners provide 24/7 Emergency Intake and Evaluation services for both voluntary and Baker Act adults and children.

This is a very important position, in that a Peer Specialist has a perspective of individuals coming to receive treatment services that few professionals have, experiencing and receiving treatment services in treatment settings. It is not uncommon for people with similar lived experiences to offer each other practical advice and suggestions for strategies that professionals may not offer, or even know about. Those personal experiences is what makes the Peer Specialist and empowering helper, through the sharing of their stories of recovery and their willingness to share tools they have used to succeed. Peer Specialists provide hope, support, education, and assist persons served in seeing that they are more than their disorder. This position requires the ability to work independently and as part of a team under the supervision of the program manager.

< 1 Month Ago
This is a professional technical management position to assist the Chief Information Officer in developing, administering, and managing the center’s Information Services and Business Intelligence initiatives utilizing technological tools, processes, and applications to report, maintain and analyze data. Requires the ability to work independently, communicate effectively (both verbally and in writing), multi-task, work flexible hours, problem solve, make decisions, implement plans, organize data and information into logical formats, manage time and organize tasks. The Director is expected to interact with stakeholders, internal and external, and is sometimes required to represent Meridian’s management team to these stakeholders. The work requires the use of independent judgment and initiative in carrying out day-to-day duties and responsibilities.

< 1 Month Ago
This professional position ensures that each client has the opportunity to identify and work through personal treatment goals for recovery from a variety of mental illnesses, behavioral problems, and/or substance abuse disorders by providing evidenced based therapeutic interventions. This position acts as a liaison for clients and families with inpatient/outpatient Meridian staff and community agencies and performs other duties as required to meet program and departmental goals and objectives.

< 1 Month Ago
Position Summary: This is an advanced professional counseling position providing clinical evaluation, treatment, and consultation services. Services are provided for clients with mild to severe disability. This position requires the ability to build professional empathetic relationships with clients, while providing efficient and appropriate direct clinical services. Senior clinical staff may provide supervision to non-licensed clinical staff, students, and interns.

New Posting Dietary Aide | GV | PRN | 11-17
Gainesville, FL32614
< 1 Month Ago
Rate of Pay: $11.00/hr This position will prepare and serve meals to the residential programs which include minimal record keeping, following menu guide, preparation of special diets and housekeeping of the kitchen area. • Ability to read and follow menu in preparation of meals • Ability to cook adequate amount needed for each meal • Ability to serve meals and adhere to portion control so each consumer gets the required amount of each food item • Demonstrate excellent customer service skills • Transport food to CSU and serve consumers • Record all food removed from storage to maintain a proper inventory • General housekeeping of the kitchen includes; washing pots, pans and serving pieces, cleaning all prep areas, sweep and/or mop floors, removal of trash Minimum Qualifications: Graduation from a standard high school or equivalent. Previous food service experience will be given priority consideration for this position. REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: LANGUAGE SKILLS: Ability to read and interpret documents such as operating and maintenance instructions, menus, inventory documentation, procedure manuals and correspondence. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to walk, sit, use hands to finger, handle or feel, and reach with hands and arms. The employee is required to stand and stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. The employee must be able lift/and or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision and ability to adjust focus. WORK ENVIROMENT: The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. VALID DRIVERS LICENSE: Must maintain a valid Florida Drivers License because this position is required to transport food from Kitchen to CSU.

This is a highly professional position providing oversight responsibilities for programs and clinical supervision to staff within the Recovery Center program (An 18 bed 6 month Residential program for adolescent males ages 13-17 years old with a staff size of 9.50 FTE). Duties include clinical supervision of staff and paraprofessionals, management of service delivery within the program, liaison to agencies in the community served by the Program, participating in Quality Improvement activities and committees, participation in program and revenue development for the Department, and participation in Departmental management activities.

< 1 Month Ago
Position Summary: The Certified Medical Assistant provides patient care in community mental health clinic setting under the direct responsibility of a licensed physician. Clinical skills performed are within the scope of a Medical Assistant as defined by Florida Statutes 458.3485, and Meridian Policy and Procedure. The CMA may also perform clerical, insurance and medical record functions. *Occasionally expected to float/travel to other clinics as needed for staffing. Minimum Qualifications: 1. Candidate must be a graduate of an accredited course of study as a Certified Medical Assistant and have proof of certification as a Medical Assistant or possess the equivalent knowledge and skills base by having completed/graduated from similar types of formal medical training such as: a. A formal medical services training program offered by the United States Armed Forces (e.g. Health Care Specialist training course, Special Operations Medical Sergeant training course, Hospital Corpsman training course, Health Services Technicians.) 2. A minimum of 1year experience with direct patient care in a type of healthcare facility is a must. Previous mental health experience, particularly with psychiatric treatment plans, is ideal. 3. A minimum of 1year experience with direct patient care in a type of healthcare facility is a must. Previous mental health experience, particularly with psychiatric treatment plans, is ideal. 4. The employee will be regularly required to lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Work environment is usually moderately noisy. 5. Person should display initiative, have the ability to multitask and be able to assume additional responsibilities. Proven ability to problem-solve and be a team member is essential. Must possess and maintain current certification as a Medical Assistant. Basic Life Support (CPR) required or obtained within 1st month of employment Knowledge, Skills, Abilities: Language Skills: Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of organization. Mathematical Skills: Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs. Reasoning Ability: Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form. Physical Demand: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions

< 1 Month Ago
Pay: $16.00/hr Summary: This is routine manual work consisting of extensive painting of all Meridian facilities. This position also includes a variety of preventative maintenance and repair procedures. Under general supervision, this position will perform a wide variety of painting duties in order to provide a clean, orderly and safe environment; and perform related work as required. This position is reviewed through reports and observations and has potential exposure to blood and body fluids. General Duties: 1. Report to work based on departments schedule for employee. 2. Performs interior and exterior painting as assigned. 3. Maintain inventory control of paint supplies, departmental tools and equipment. 4. Prepares all surfaces for painting by using any of the following methods: paint removers, scrapers, wire brushes, sanders, blow torches, sand blasting, etc. 5. Fills holes, crevices and cracks and seals joints with putty, caulking and other filler. 6. Prepares and mixes paints and finishes as required. 7. Applies paints, lacquers, stain, varnishes and finishes, etc. using brushes, rollers, spray equipment and applicators. 8. Provide center wide-customer service while maintaining a positive attitude. 9. Proactively identify problems and propose effective solutions by filling out work orders and informing supervisor. 10. Ensure all required safety standards are in accordance with CARF requirements. 11. Cleans work areas, equipment and tools. 12. Attends meetings as assigned. 13. Ensures all safety standards are followed. 14. Complete tasks with minimal follow up. 15. Adapt quickly to changing situations with a calm attitude. 16. Performs other duties as required to meet program and departmental goals. Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily and must be able to work independently with little or no supervision and have good time management skills. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Education and Experience: High School diploma or general education degree (GED); and two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of the above. Knowledge: The standards, practices, methods, materials, tools and equipment used for the construction, repair and maintenance of buildings, grounds or equipment in his/her area of expertise. Language Skills: Ability to read and interpret documents such as daily schedules, safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to read and write routine work orders, reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of organization. Mathematical Skills: Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, proportions, percentages, area, circumference, and volume. Ability to apply concepts of basic algebra and geometry. Reasoning Ability: Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form. Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, use hands to finger, handle, feel, reach with hands and arms, talk, and hear. The employee is frequently required to climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee is occasionally required to sit, taste, or smell. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 25 pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds, and occasionally lift and/or move up to 100 pounds with approved equipment. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus. Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, moving mechanical parts, fumes, or airborne particles, and toxic or caustic chemicals. The employee is occasionally exposed to high, precarious places; outside weather conditions; risk of electrical shock; and vibration. The noise level in the work environment is usually loud.

< 1 Month Ago
This is an advanced professional counseling position providing clinical evaluation, treatment, and consultation services. Services are provided for clients with mild to severe disability. This position requires the ability to build professional empathetic relationships with clients, while providing efficient and appropriate direct clinical services. Senior clinical staff may provide supervision to non-licensed clinical staff, students, and interns.

New Posting Custodian | PRN GV | 10-17
Gainesville, FL32614
< 1 Month Ago
Summary: This is routine manual work performing custodial assignments in Center facilities and grounds. Under general supervision, perform a wide variety of custodial and maintenance duties in order to provide a clean, orderly and safe environment; and perform related work as required. This position is reviewed through reports and observations and has potential exposure to blood and body fluids. Personal protective equipment may be needed while performing some of these custodial duties. General Duties: 1. Report to work on time based on departments schedule for employee. 2. Perform cleaning in one or more Center buildings. 3. Maintain adequate inventory of janitorial supplies such as cleaner, paper goods, etc. 4. Perform custodial functions such as sweeping, vacuuming, mopping, dusting, cleaning lavatories and equipment, etc. 7. Dispose of waste and washes windows. 8. Maintain industry knowledge by utilizing various means and sources. 9. Attend meetings as assigned. 10. Ensure all required safety standards are in accordance with CARF requirements. 11. Provide center wide-customer service while maintaining a positive attitude. 12. Ensure all safety standards are followed. 13. Proactively identify problems and propose effective solutions by filling out work orders and informing supervisor. 14. Complete tasks with minimal follow up. 15. Adapt quickly to changing situations with a calm attitude. 16. Perform other duties as required to meet program and departmental goals and objectives. Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily and must be able to work independently with little or no supervision and have good time management skills. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Education and Experience: At least one year of experience in custodial work, High School diploma or general education degree (GED); or relevant combination of the above.

< 1 Month Ago
This is advanced professional clinical work conducting emergency assessments for clients who present at Crisis Stabilization in crisis seeking mental health stabilization. Emergency Screeners provide 24/7 Emergency Intake and Evaluation services for both voluntary and Baker Act adults and children.

New Posting Residential Aide | GV BH | PT 3-11 | #31287 | 10-17
Gainesville, FL32614
1 Month Ago
Schedule: Thurs through Sun 3p-11p Rate of Pay: $12.00/hr JOB SUMMARY: This is an entry-level position providing supportive services to clients in a residential substance treatment program. The position requires the ability to model behaviors and work as a member of the treatment team in reaching the goals of the individualized treatment plan, as well as the goals of the program. GENERAL DUTIES: 1. Monitor, educate and assist residents in performance of activities of daily living in accordance with goals and problem area identified on individualized treatment plan 2. Participate in continuing education activities, remaining knowledgeable in areas related to the focus of the residential program 3. Attend meetings as appropriate and meet regularly with supervisor and peers to exchange pertinent information and to receive supervision 4. Maintain client and program records in accordance with applicable standards and regulations 5. Interact appropriately with any and all visitors, family members, and care providers of residents 6. Carry out responsibilities pertaining to the efficient and therapeutic operation of the facility, including all events, activities and outings, utilizing safety management, emergency procedures and non-violent crisis intervention 7. Monitors and records client self-administration of approved medications. 8. Administers random and scheduled Breathalyzer and urinalysis tests, completes and submits appropriate forms. 9. Assist with inventory and general maintenance of supplies, facilities and equipment 10. Perform cleaning duties as assigned by supervisor 11. Interact with clients in a confidential, therapeutic, and responsible manner maintaining a high level of ethical conduct 12. Manage crisis and emergency situations involving residents 13. Transport residents to and from appointment, groups and other activities if an approved center driver 14. Perform other duties as assigned MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: High School Diploma with 2 years’ experience in a human service field. College education in a human service field may be substituted for experience. Personal recovery of at least 2 years may be substituted for work experience. Preference is given to candidates with work experience in substance abuse and/or a college degree in a human service field. REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: • Be empathetic • Team player • Excellent written and verbal communication skills • Energetic • Creative • Understand the theories of behavior management and positive reinforcement • Represent yourself as a positive role model. • Knowledge of substance abuse/addiction issues or related work experience would be beneficial PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: • Significant amounts of walking and standing are required in monitoring of residents • Ability to sit, use hands and fingers, talk or hear, and smell continually. Ability to climb or balance, stoop, kneel, or crouch occasionally. • Ability to frequently lift and carry up to 10 lbs. and occasionally lift and carry up to 25 lbs. • Close vision required to see computer monitor, read documents, and operate copy and fax machine. Distance and peripheral vision needed for driving and monitoring of residents. • Work environment is indoors and climate controlled. Frequently exposed to outdoor weather conditions. • Must be awake on all shifts – no sleeping WORK ENVIRONMENT: The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate to loud. DRIVING: In order to qualify as a Center Driver the candidate must have a clean driving record for the last 3 years. While driving is not required for this position preference is given to candidates that qualify as center drivers.

1 Month Ago
Schedule: Every Sat and Sun 4p-12a Rate of Pay: $12.00/hr JOB SUMMARY: This is an entry-level position providing supportive services to clients in a residential substance treatment program. The position requires the ability to model behaviors and work as a member of the treatment team in reaching the goals of the individualized treatment plan, as well as the goals of the program. GENERAL DUTIES: 1. Monitor, educate and assist residents in performance of activities of daily living in accordance with goals and problem area identified on individualized treatment plan 2. Participate in continuing education activities, remaining knowledgeable in areas related to the focus of the residential program 3. Attend meetings as appropriate and meet regularly with supervisor and peers to exchange pertinent information and to receive supervision 4. Maintain client and program records in accordance with applicable standards and regulations 5. Interact appropriately with any and all visitors, family members, and care providers of residents 6. Carry out responsibilities pertaining to the efficient and therapeutic operation of the facility, including all events, activities and outings, utilizing safety management, emergency procedures and non-violent crisis intervention 7. Monitors and records client self-administration of approved medications. 8. Administers random and scheduled Breathalyzer and urinalysis tests, completes and submits appropriate forms. 9. Assist with inventory and general maintenance of supplies, facilities and equipment 10. Perform cleaning duties as assigned by supervisor 11. Interact with clients in a confidential, therapeutic, and responsible manner maintaining a high level of ethical conduct 12. Manage crisis and emergency situations involving residents 13. Perform other duties as assigned MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: High School Diploma with 2 years’ experience in a human service field. College education in a human service field may be substituted for experience. Personal recovery of at least 2 years may be substituted for work experience. Preference is given to candidates with work experience with substance abuse and/or a college degree in a human service field. REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: • Be empathetic • Team player • Excellent written and verbal communication skills • Energetic • Creative • Understand the theories of behavior management and positive reinforcement • Represent yourself as a positive role model. • Knowledge of substance abuse/addiction issues or related work experience would be beneficial PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: • Significant amounts of walking and standing are required in monitoring of residents • Ability to sit, use hands and fingers, talk or hear, and smell continually. Ability to climb or balance, stoop, kneel, or crouch occasionally. • Ability to frequently lift and carry up to 10 lbs. and occasionally lift and carry up to 25 lbs. • Close vision required to see computer monitor, read documents, and operate copy and fax machine. Distance and peripheral vision needed for monitoring of residents. • Work environment is indoors and climate controlled. Frequently exposed to outdoor weather conditions. • Must be awake on all shifts – no sleeping WORK ENVIRONMENT: The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. DRIVING: Approval as a Center Driver is preferred but not required for this position.

New Posting Residential Aide | GV BH | PT 7a-3p | #39901 | 10-17
Gainesville, FL32614
1 Month Ago
Schedule: Every Sat and Sun 7a-3p Rate of Pay: $12.00/hr JOB SUMMARY: This is an entry-level position providing supportive services to clients in a residential substance treatment program. The position requires the ability to model behaviors and work as a member of the treatment team in reaching the goals of the individualized treatment plan, as well as the goals of the program. GENERAL DUTIES: 1. Monitor, educate and assist residents in performance of activities of daily living in accordance with goals and problem area identified on individualized treatment plan 2. Participate in continuing education activities, remaining knowledgeable in areas related to the focus of the residential program 3. Attend meetings as appropriate and meet regularly with supervisor and peers to exchange pertinent information and to receive supervision 4. Maintain client and program records in accordance with applicable standards and regulations 5. Interact appropriately with any and all visitors, family members, and care providers of residents 6. Carry out responsibilities pertaining to the efficient and therapeutic operation of the facility, including all events, activities and outings, utilizing safety management, emergency procedures and non-violent crisis intervention 7. Monitors and records client self-administration of approved medications. 8. Administers random and scheduled Breathalyzer and urinalysis tests, completes and submits appropriate forms. 9. Assist with inventory and general maintenance of supplies, facilities and equipment 10. Perform cleaning duties as assigned by supervisor 11. Interact with clients in a confidential, therapeutic, and responsible manner maintaining a high level of ethical conduct 12. Manage crisis and emergency situations involving residents 13. Transport residents to and from appointment, groups and other activities 14. Perform other duties as assigned MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: High School Diploma with 2 years’ experience in a human service field. College education in a human service field may be substituted for experience. Personal recovery of at least 2 years may be substituted for work experience. Preference is given to candidates with work experience in substance abuse and/or a college degree in a human service field. REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: • Be empathetic • Team player • Excellent written and verbal communication skills • Energetic • Creative • Understand the theories of behavior management and positive reinforcement • Represent yourself as a positive role model. • Knowledge of substance abuse/addiction issues or related work experience would be beneficial PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: • Significant amounts of walking and standing are required in monitoring of residents • Ability to sit, use hands and fingers, talk or hear, and smell continually. Ability to climb or balance, stoop, kneel, or crouch occasionally. • Ability to frequently lift and carry up to 10 lbs. and occasionally lift and carry up to 25 lbs. • Close vision required to see computer monitor, read documents, and operate copy and fax machine. Distance and peripheral vision needed for driving and monitoring of residents. • Work environment is indoors and climate controlled. Frequently exposed to outdoor weather conditions. • Must be awake on all shifts – no sleeping WORK ENVIRONMENT: The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate to loud. DRIVING: Must have a clean driving record. This is an essential job duty and requirement for hire.

1 Month Ago
Schedule: Every Sat and Sun 7a-3p Rate of Pay: $12.00/hr JOB SUMMARY: This is an entry-level position providing supportive services to clients in a specialized residential substance treatment program serving clients with infections requiring PICC line antibiotics. The position requires the ability to model behaviors and work as a member of the treatment team in reaching the goals of the individualized treatment plan, as well as the goals of the program. GENERAL DUTIES: 1. Monitor, educate and assist residents in performance of activities of daily living in accordance with goals and problem area identified on individualized treatment plan 2. Participate in continuing education activities, remaining knowledgeable in areas related to the focus of the residential program 3. Attend meetings as appropriate and meet regularly with supervisor and peers to exchange pertinent information and to receive supervision 4. Maintain client and program records in accordance with applicable standards and regulations 5. Interact appropriately with any and all visitors, family members, and care providers of residents 6. Carry out responsibilities pertaining to the efficient and therapeutic operation of the facility, including all events, activities and outings, utilizing safety management, emergency procedures and non-violent crisis intervention 7. Administers random and scheduled Breathalyzer and urinalysis tests, completes and submits appropriate forms. 8. Assist with inventory and general maintenance of supplies, facilities and equipment 9. Perform cleaning duties as assigned by supervisor 10. Interact with clients in a confidential, therapeutic, and responsible manner maintaining a high level of ethical conduct 11. Manage crisis and emergency situations involving residents 12. Transport residents to and from appointment, groups and other activities 13. Perform other duties as assigned MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: High School Diploma with 2 years’ experience in a human service field. College education in a human service field may be substituted for experience. Personal recovery of at least 2 years may be substituted for work experience. Preference is given to candidates with work experience in substance abuse and/or a college degree in a human service field. REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: • Be empathetic • Team player • Excellent written and verbal communication skills • Energetic • Creative • Understand the theories of behavior management and positive reinforcement • Represent yourself as a positive role model. • Knowledge of substance abuse/addiction issues or related work experience would be beneficial PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: • Significant amounts of walking and standing are required in monitoring of residents • Ability to sit, use hands and fingers, talk or hear, and smell continually. Ability to climb or balance, stoop, kneel, or crouch occasionally. • Ability to frequently lift and carry up to 10 lbs. and occasionally lift and carry up to 25 lbs. • Close vision required to see computer monitor, read documents, and operate copy and fax machine. Distance and peripheral vision needed for driving and monitoring of residents. • Work environment is indoors and climate controlled. Frequently exposed to outdoor weather conditions. • Must be awake on all shifts – no sleeping WORK ENVIRONMENT: The noise level in the work environment is usually low to moderate. DRIVING: Must have a clean driving record for last 3 years. This is an essential job duty and requirement for hire.

1 Month Ago
Schedule: Every Sat and Sun 3p-11p Rate of Pay: $12.00/hr JOB SUMMARY: This is an entry-level position providing supportive services to clients in a specialized residential substance treatment program serving clients with infections requiring PICC line antibiotics. The position requires the ability to model behaviors and work as a member of the treatment team in reaching the goals of the individualized treatment plan, as well as the goals of the program. GENERAL DUTIES: 1. Monitor, educate and assist residents in performance of activities of daily living in accordance with goals and problem area identified on individualized treatment plan 2. Participate in continuing education activities, remaining knowledgeable in areas related to the focus of the residential program 3. Attend meetings as appropriate and meet regularly with supervisor and peers to exchange pertinent information and to receive supervision 4. Maintain client and program records in accordance with applicable standards and regulations 5. Interact appropriately with any and all visitors, family members, and care providers of residents 6. Carry out responsibilities pertaining to the efficient and therapeutic operation of the facility, including all events, activities and outings, utilizing safety management, emergency procedures and non-violent crisis intervention 7. Administers random and scheduled Breathalyzer and urinalysis tests, completes and submits appropriate forms. 8. Assist with inventory and general maintenance of supplies, facilities and equipment 9. Perform cleaning duties as assigned by supervisor 10. Interact with clients in a confidential, therapeutic, and responsible manner maintaining a high level of ethical conduct 11. Manage crisis and emergency situations involving residents 12. Transport residents to and from appointment, groups and other activities 13. Perform other duties as assigned MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: High School Diploma with 2 years’ experience in a human service field. College education in a human service field may be substituted for experience. Personal recovery of at least 2 years may be substituted for work experience. Preference is given to candidates with work experience in substance abuse and/or a college degree in a human service field. REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: • Be empathetic • Team player • Excellent written and verbal communication skills • Energetic • Creative • Understand the theories of behavior management and positive reinforcement • Represent yourself as a positive role model. • Knowledge of substance abuse/addiction issues or related work experience would be beneficial PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: • Significant amounts of walking and standing are required in monitoring of residents • Ability to sit, use hands and fingers, talk or hear, and smell continually. Ability to climb or balance, stoop, kneel, or crouch occasionally. • Ability to frequently lift and carry up to 10 lbs. and occasionally lift and carry up to 25 lbs. • Close vision required to see computer monitor, read documents, and operate copy and fax machine. Distance and peripheral vision needed for driving and monitoring of residents. • Work environment is indoors and climate controlled. Frequently exposed to outdoor weather conditions. • Must be awake on all shifts – no sleeping WORK ENVIRONMENT: The noise level in the work environment is usually low to moderate. DRIVING: Must have a clean driving record for last 3 years. This is an essential job duty and requirement for hire.

New Posting C.N.A. | GV BH | PT 11p-7a | #39773 | 10-17
Gainesville, FL32614
1 Month Ago
Schedule: Every Sat and Sun 11p-7a Rate of Pay: $13.50/hr JOB SUMMARY: This is a professional position providing monitoring and supervision of patients in a specialized residential substance treatment program serving clients with infections requiring PICC line antibiotics. The CNA will be providing services and monitoring during the hours of 11 PM – 7 AM. GENERAL DUTIES: 1. Monitor patients on the SAPP unit by completing room checks, taking vitals as prescribed and assisting with medications as needed. 2. Report all medical concerns to Nursing Staff, Physician and Director. 3. Obtain emergency medical help as needed. 4. Participate in continuing education activities, remaining knowledgeable in areas related to the focus of the residential program 5. Attend meetings as appropriate and meet regularly with supervisor and peers to exchange pertinent information and to receive supervision 6. Maintain client and program records in accordance with applicable standards and regulations 7. Interact appropriately with any and all visitors, family members, and care providers of residents 8. Assist with inventory and general maintenance of supplies, facilities and equipment 9. Interact with clients in a confidential, therapeutic, and responsible manner maintaining a high level of ethical conduct 10. Manage crisis and emergency situations involving residents 11. Transport residents to and from appointments as needed. 12. Perform other duties as assigned MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Must have current CNA in good standing. Preference given to candidate with experience working with substance abuse or mental health population. REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: • Be empathetic • Team player • Excellent written and verbal communication skills • Energetic • Creative • Represent yourself as a positive role model. • Knowledge of substance abuse/addiction issues or related work experience would be beneficial PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: • Significant amounts of walking and standing are required in monitoring of residents • Ability to sit, use hands and fingers, talk or hear, and smell continually. Ability to climb or balance, stoop, kneel, or crouch occasionally. • Ability to frequently lift and carry up to 10 lbs. and occasionally lift and carry up to 25 lbs. • Close vision required to see computer monitor, read documents, and operate copy and fax machine. Distance and peripheral vision needed for driving and monitoring of residents. • Work environment is indoors and climate controlled. • Must be awake on all shifts – no sleeping WORK ENVIRONMENT: The noise level in the work environment is usually low to moderate. DRIVING: Must have a clean driving record for last 3 years. This is an essential job duty and requirement for hire.

1 Month Ago
Schedule: Full time Sun through Thurs 11:45p-8a Rate of Pay: $12.00/hr Driving: In order to qualify as a Center Driver, must have a clean driving record for the last 3 years. JOB SUMMARY: This is an entry-level position providing supportive counseling, psycho-educational lectures and ancillary services within the Addictions Program. The position requires the ability to model behaviors and work as a member of the treatment team in reaching the goals of the individualized client treatment plan, as well as the goals of the program. GENERAL DUTIES: 1. Monitor the clients during assigned shift. 2. Assists the treatment team in providing direct client care. Aids in ensuring an orderly, safe and therapeutic milieu by maintaining a therapeutic relationship with clients and treats clients with dignity and respect at all times. 3. Supervises clients to help maintain a safe and clean environment and sets standards for milieu monitoring through the performance of these tasks. 4. Observes, reports and documents client interaction among peers, staff and the community as it relates to clients individual treatment goals. 5. Models appropriate behavior for the clients in and out of the Center. 6. Assists the client with the implementation and completion of treatment work and assists with therapeutic interventions when appropriate to provide positive and negative consequences. 7. Assists in the facilitation of substance abuse education and other psycho-educational groups. 8. Assists clients in daily living, social skills and recreational activities. 9. Interacts with clients and when necessary intervenes between clients and staff to maintain milieu homogeneity. 10. Provides transportation and supervision during doctor appointments, emergencies or recreational activities as needed. 11. Maintains the confidentiality of program clients at all times. 12. Identifies potential maintenance-related problems on the unit, in the facility, or campus and corrects them or reports them by completing and submitting the appropriate maintenance work order forms. 13. Administers random and scheduled Breathalyzer and urinalysis tests, completes and submits appropriate forms. Monitors and records client self-administration. Administers CPR, and/or applies first aid when necessary. 14. Provides services to assigned clients and families that may include a wide range of care, i.e. prevention, intervention and outpatient, Day Treatment, intensive In-Home/On Site and residential treatment. Provides crisis intervention, under supervision, for clients as needed and other services in schools, client homes and in the clinic. 15. Maintains familiarity and compliance with Meridian program policies and procedures. 16. Maintains current First Aid, CPR and other professional training as required by contract with the State and other accrediting bodies. Pursues additional training in Addictions, counseling and childcare to ensure continued professional growth while maintaining knowledge of current trends in addictions and mental health. 17. Assists in the Centers CQI efforts. 18. Facilitates continuity of care within the agency and community for assigned clients. 19. Provides sufficient services to generate projected revenue (prorated for portion of year during which employee was with Meridian). 20. Complies with needed administrative documentation for payroll, travel reimbursement, etc. 21. Aligns individual goals, objectives and daily activities with program, departmental, organizational and ADM performance goals and objectives. 22. Assists in the supervision or orientation of students and interns. 23. Performs other duties as required to meet program and departmental goals and objectives. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to stand, walk, sit, and reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and taste or smell. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, and peripheral vision. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Two years of college with one year of related addictions experience, or a high school diploma or GED and two years of related addictions experience.

1 Month Ago
Schedule: Every Fri and Sat 11:45p-8a Rate of Pay: $12.00/hr The MIST Program is a Closed Mothers & Infants Unit, requiring specialized patient communication and direct care. Posting Description Salary : $12.00 / hour Driving: In order to qualify as a Center Driver, must have a clean driving record for the last 3 years. JOB SUMMARY: This is an entry-level position providing supportive counseling, psycho-educational lectures and ancillary services within the Addictions Program. The position requires the ability to model behaviors and work as a member of the treatment team in reaching the goals of the individualized client treatment plan, as well as the goals of the program. GENERAL DUTIES: 1. Monitor the clients during assigned shift. 2. Assists the treatment team in providing direct client care. Aids in ensuring an orderly, safe and therapeutic milieu by maintaining a therapeutic relationship with clients and treats clients with dignity and respect at all times. 3. Supervises clients to help maintain a safe and clean environment and sets standards for milieu monitoring through the performance of these tasks. 4. Observes, reports and documents client interaction among peers, staff and the community as it relates to clients individual treatment goals. 5. Models appropriate behavior for the clients in and out of the Center. 6. Assists the client with the implementation and completion of treatment work and assists with therapeutic interventions when appropriate to provide positive and negative consequences. 7. Assists in the facilitation of substance abuse education and other psycho-educational groups. 8. Assists clients in daily living, social skills and recreational activities. 9. Interacts with clients and when necessary intervenes between clients and staff to maintain milieu homogeneity. 10. Provides transportation and supervision during doctor appointments, emergencies or recreational activities as needed. 11. Maintains the confidentiality of program clients at all times. 12. Identifies potential maintenance-related problems on the unit, in the facility, or campus and corrects them or reports them by completing and submitting the appropriate maintenance work order forms. 13. Administers random and scheduled Breathalyzer and urinalysis tests, completes and submits appropriate forms. Monitors and records client self-administration. Administers CPR, and/or applies first aid when necessary. 14. Provides services to assigned clients and families that may include a wide range of care, i.e. prevention, intervention and outpatient, Day Treatment, intensive In-Home/On Site and residential treatment. Provides crisis intervention, under supervision, for clients as needed and other services in schools, client homes and in the clinic. 15. Maintains familiarity and compliance with Meridian program policies and procedures. 16. Maintains current First Aid, CPR and other professional training as required by contract with the State and other accrediting bodies. Pursues additional training in Addictions, counseling and childcare to ensure continued professional growth while maintaining knowledge of current trends in addictions and mental health. 17. Assists in the Centers CQI efforts. 18. Facilitates continuity of care within the agency and community for assigned clients. 19. Provides sufficient services to generate projected revenue (prorated for portion of year during which employee was with Meridian). 20. Complies with needed administrative documentation for payroll, travel reimbursement, etc. 21. Aligns individual goals, objectives and daily activities with program, departmental, organizational and ADM performance goals and objectives. 22. Assists in the supervision or orientation of students and interns. 23. Performs other duties as required to meet program and departmental goals and objectives. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to stand, walk, sit, and reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and taste or smell. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, and peripheral vision. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Two years of college with one year of related addictions experience, or a high school diploma or GED and two years of related addictions experience.

New Posting LPN | GV CSU | PT 7p-7a | #31633 | 10/17
Gainesville, FL32614
1 Month Ago
Schedule: Every Fri 7p-7a CSU: $19.00-$21.00/hour DOE (plus shift differential) Position Summary: This position is responsible for the provision of direct client care and interaction under the supervision of a Registered Nurse (RN), Nurse Manager or physician. The LPN provides medication administration, wound care, patient and family education and historical data collection. Documents care provided in the clinical record. The population served includes children and adults. OSHA Statement: This position has potential for exposure to blood and body fluids. Medications prn’s and scheduled, orders, therapeutic activities – ensures completion, shift note, medication inventory and ordering (night shift), provide input to physician, obtain patients for MD, peer evaluations to assist Nurse Manager/Charge RN. Willing to be an active participant in client restraints, as needed. Essential Duties/Responsibilities: Clinical Responsibilities • Assists the RN/Physician in the admission process by gathering baseline data of client's current health status. • Transcribes verbal or telephone orders received from the physician and verifies such by "read-back". • Transcribes physician orders to the medication administration record (MAR). • Performs fingerstick for glucose evaluation. • Evaluates point-of-care urine drug screens. • Administers medications as ordered by a physician. • Provides wound care as ordered by a physician. • Educates and orients client and family to the unit milieu and structure. • Provides confidentiality in all interactions with clients, to the extent possible, in the clinical setting. • Provides for interactions with family, to the extent possible, under HIPAA regulations. • Ensures that necessary safety precautions are taken based on the client's condition and facility policy. • Intervenes as necessary to prevent injury to staff or other clients. • Provides accurate documentation of client interactions and interventions. • Assists the RN/Physician in the use of seclusion and restraint. • Provides courteous, respectful interactions with clients, their family members, and other staff. • Provides reports to the RN Shift Manager, ADON, DON, QI staff as indicated. • Performs other necessary tasks as assigned by the RN, physician, or RN Shift Supervisor. • Keeps current with continuing education as required by license or as required by the position. • Staff is required to stay over shift until appropriate and sufficient staff has arrived. At times, in circumstances of staff call-outs, increased client acuity or supervisor requests, staff is required to stay until dismissed by RN Shift Manager, Staffing Department or Administrator on-call. Violation of this may result in disciplinary action, up to and including termination. General Responsibilities: Customer Service: • Greets clients as soon as possible after screening and provides welcoming atmosphere. • Provides confidentiality by during assessment/injection. • When not engaged in work-related tasks or activities, keeps personal conversation quiet to avoid being misinterpreted by clients. • Treats all customers clients, staff, other departments with courtesy. Communication: • Documents clearly and effectively utilizing appropriate forms. • Seeks information as needed. • Attends all mandatory staff meetings. • Coordinates breaks with other staff members as appropriate. • Requests time off with required notice and notifies the Staffing Department as soon as possible if calling off for illness or emergency and adheres to the Absenteeism/Tardy Policy. Team Work: • Orients and mentors new staff members as needed and as appropriate. • Considerate of other team members. • Channels questions, suggestions, and constructive criticism appropriately. • Works with the team to identify opportunities for improvement. • Flexible. Adapts well to change. Infection Control and Employee Health • Reports communicable illnesses in clients to the RN Shift Manager or Administrator On-Call. • Practices effective hand hygiene, hand washing, and cough etiquette. • Reports to Employee Health for pre-employment tuberculin skin test and annual skin testing. Enforces Standard Precautions and Transmission-based Precautions in all aspects of client care. Position Requirements: • Clear/Active license to practice as an LPN in the State of Florida. • Experience in an inpatient psychiatric unit preferred. Qualifications to determine pay: • 3+ years of experience with Mental Health population, Crisis Units, Corrections or psych settings will be eligible for higher end of pay scale. Substance abuse experience will count for Residential/OTP/Detox only. Experience must be met while utilizing respective license, this must be verified. • Employment of Agency work or PRN elsewhere will not count toward total length of service experience. PRN at Meridian DOES count towards experience if working as LPN. • Note: Our PRN’s who work both CSU/Detox will receive higher rate. Those who only work PRN in Detox will receive lower rate. Language Skills: Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of the organization. Mathematical Skills: Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs. Reasoning Ability: Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form. Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

This is a very important position, in that a Peer Specialist has a perspective of individuals coming to receive treatment services that few professionals have, experiencing and receiving treatment services in treatment settings. It is not uncommon for people with similar lived experiences to offer each other practical advice and suggestions for strategies that professionals may not offer, or even know about. Those personal experiences is what makes the Peer Specialist and empowering helper, through the sharing of their stories of recovery and their willingness to share tools they have used to succeed. Peer Specialists provide hope, support, education, and assist persons served in seeing that they are more than their disorder. This position requires the ability to work independently and as part of a team under the supervision of the program manager.

1 Month Ago
Rate of Pay: $13.00/hr Schedule: Every Weekend. Pick phone up Fridays 4:30p Return phone Mon 8a Moderately responsible position to perform scheduling and staffing of Meridians 24/7 nursing & residential programs on weekends. Must be available to take call every weekend. Must have flexible schedule. Recent nurse staffing/scheduling experience required. This is an ON-CALL position. Schedule: Covers Friday 5pm-Monday 8a every weekend. Weekend Coverage is 10 hours paid time worked. Required to pick up cell phone and schedules from main office Friday afternoon and return Monday 8am. Must be available AT ALL TIMES during the weekend to respond to phone calls and text messages. Maintains a positive, proactive customer service approach through cooperation and communication within the HR department and other Meridian employees and Program Managers. Secures coverage when call-outs and emergencies arise for RN’s, LPN’s, CNA’s, Recovery Specialists, Counselors, etc. for Meridian’s 24/7 programs. Responsible for scheduling and workforce coordination of 24/7 staff including call-offs and requests. Performs other duties as required to meet program and departmental goals and objectives or as assigned by the Vice President of Staffing and Recruitment. Other work may be assigned during weekend, as well. Reports to the Vice President of Staffing and Recruitment. Requirements: Minimum of 1 year of recent nurse scheduling/staffing experience. Excellent communication skills, multi-tasking ability and a strong positive 'customer service' attitude with stable work history is critical.

Full Time 11p-7a in Lake City Full Time 3p-11p in Lake City JOB SUMMARY: This is an entry-level position providing supportive counseling, psycho-educational lectures and ancillary services within the Addictions Program. The position requires the ability to model behaviors and work as a member of the treatment team in reaching the goals of the individualized treatment plan, as well as the goals of the program. GENERAL DUTIES: 1. Assists the treatment team in providing direct client care. Aids in ensuring an orderly, safe and therapeutic milieu by maintaining a therapeutic relationship with persons served and treats them with dignity and respect at all times. 2. Supervises clients to help maintain a safe and clean environment and sets standards for milieu monitoring through the performance of these tasks. 3. Observes, reports and documents client interaction among peers, staff and the community as it relates to clients’ individual treatment goals. 4. Models appropriate behavior for the clients in and out of the Center. 5. Assists the client with the implementation and completion of treatment work and assists with therapeutic interventions when appropriate to provide positive and negative consequences. 6. Assists in the facilitation of substance abuse education and other psycho-educational groups. 7. Assists clients in daily living, social skills and recreational activities. 8. Interacts with clients and when necessary intervenes between clients and staff to maintain milieu homogeneity. 9. Provides transportation and supervision during doctor appointments, emergencies or recreational activities as needed. 10. Maintains the confidentiality of program clients at all times. 11. Identifies potential maintenance-related problems on the unit, in the facility, or campus and corrects them or reports them by completing and submitting the appropriate maintenance work order forms. 12. Administers random and scheduled Breathalyzer and urinalysis tests, completes and submits appropriate forms. Monitors and records client self-administration. Administers CPR, and/or applies first aid when necessary. 13. Provides services to assigned clients and families that may include a wide range of care, i.e. prevention, intervention and outpatient, Day Treatment, intensive In-Home/On Site and residential treatment. Provides crisis intervention, under supervision, for clients as needed and other services in schools, client homes and in the clinic. 14. Maintains familiarity and compliance with Meridian program policies and procedures. 15. Maintains current First Aid, CPR and other professional training as required by contract with the State and other accrediting bodies. Pursues additional training in Addictions, counseling and childcare to ensure continued professional growth while maintaining knowledge of current trends in addictions and mental health. 16. Assists in the Center’s CQI efforts. 17. Facilitates continuity of care within the agency and community for assigned clients. 18. Provides sufficient services to generate projected revenue (prorated for portion of year during which employee was with Meridian). 19. Complies with needed administrative documentation for payroll, travel reimbursement, etc. 20. Aligns individual goals, objectives and daily activities with program, departmental, organizational and ADM performance goals and objectives. 21. Assists in the supervision or orientation of students and interns. 22. Performs other duties as required to meet program and departmental goals and objectives. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Two years of college with one year of related addictions experience, or a high school diploma or GED and two years of experience in working with youth. Must be currently working in, or experienced in counseling/mental health/addictions field. Must have clean Driving Record for past 3 years. Will be required to obtain Class ‘D’ License for transportation of persons served. REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: Specific competencies required are identified on a department/program specific basis and identified in each employee’s Competency Checklist. The following are general and apply to all positions with this title. LANGUAGE SKILLS: Has oral and written skills sufficient to fulfill the duties for this job. Has adequate assessment intervention skills. Appropriately implements behavioral, cognitive and family interventions under the direction of other staff. Can identify signs and indicates of abuse. Can determine the need for Detox/Crisis Stabilization. Has knowledge of addictions and the treatment process. Has adequate consultation skills. Understands the need to integrate family/caregiver/significant others in treatment. Understands the nature of and maintains appropriate professional boundaries (e.g., can examine the use of self in disclosures, transference/counter-transference issues). Provides culturally competent care. Apples appropriate therapeutic interventions. Has adequate documentation skills. Is proficient in completion of key clinical records forms. MATHEMATICAL SKILLS: Ability to add and subtract two digit numbers and to multiply and divide with 10’s and 100’s. Ability to perform these operations using units of American money and weight measurement, volume, and distance. REASONING ABILITY: Has the ability to deal with complex situations to determine a course of action that solves the problem and applies Center policy and procedure. Has the ability to analyze processes and ask questions that lead to improvement in the process under review or the outcome created by that process. Can define problems, define information or resources needed, collect data, draw conclusions and outline solutions. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to stand, walk, sit, and reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and taste or smell. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, and peripheral vision. WORK ENVIRONMENT: The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

1 Month Ago
This is a senior, advanced professional counseling position providing clinical evaluation, treatment, and consultation services. Services are provided in a variety of settings to clients ranging from mild to severe disability. This position requires the ability to build professional empathetic relationships with clients, while providing efficient and appropriate direct clinical services. Senior clinical staff provides supervision to non-licensed clinical staff, students, and interns.

Peer Specialist Certificiation Preferred.The Peer Specialist is an individual that has received services for a diagnosed mental illness or substance abuse condition and who has successfully completed or currently participating in recovery activities for a minimum of two years. This is a very important position, in that a Peer Specialist has a perspective of individuals coming to receive treatment services that few professionals have, experiencing and receiving treatment services in treatment settings. It is not uncommon for people with similar lived experiences to offer each other practical advice and suggestions for strategies that professionals may not offer, or even know about. Those personal experiences are what makes the Peer Specialist and empowering helper, through the sharing of their stories of recovery and their willingness to share tools they have used to succeed. Peer Specialists provide hope, support, education, and assist persons served in seeing that they are more than their disorder.

The bachelors level internship focuses on developing professional relationships with clients, providing support and feedback to clients, interacting with clients in milieu, and learning about substance abuse treatment modalities. This is accomplished through shadowing clinical and paraprofessional staff during the placement. Supervision is provided on site weekly.

This masters level internship focuses on developing professional relationships with clients, providing support and feedback to clients, interacting with clients in milieu, and learning about substance abuse treatment modalities. This is accomplished through shadowing clinical and paraprofessional staff during the placement. Supervision is provided on site weekly.

This is a PRN - As Needed Position. The position is the first contact for persons seeking services or needing information about available mental health or addictions treatment. Counselor IIIs provide immediate crisis intervention and mental health first aid to callers. This position requires the ability to conduct telephonic initial assessments and make appointments for appropriate services or provide information and/or a referral to assure consumers are satisfied with the outcome of this initial contact. Customer service, computer, and crisis intervention skills are essential requirements of this position.

1 Month Ago
Schedule: Every Fri 7a Rate of Pay: $19.00 - $21.00 Position Summary: This position is responsible for the provision of direct client care and interaction under the supervision of a Registered Nurse (RN), Nurse Manager or physician. The LPN provides medication administration, wound care, patient and family education and historical data collection. Documents care provided in the clinical record. The population served includes children and adults. OSHA Statement: This position has potential for exposure to blood and body fluids. Medications prn’s and scheduled, orders, therapeutic activities – ensures completion, shift note, medication inventory and ordering (night shift), provide input to physician, obtain patients for MD, peer evaluations to assist Nurse Manager/Charge RN. Willing to be an active participant in client restraints, as needed. Essential Duties/Responsibilities: Clinical Responsibilities • Assists the RN/Physician in the admission process by gathering baseline data of client's current health status. • Transcribes verbal or telephone orders received from the physician and verifies such by "read-back". • Transcribes physician orders to the medication administration record (MAR). • Performs fingerstick for glucose evaluation. • Evaluates point-of-care urine drug screens. • Administers medications as ordered by a physician. • Provides wound care as ordered by a physician. • Educates and orients client and family to the unit milieu and structure. • Provides confidentiality in all interactions with clients, to the extent possible, in the clinical setting. • Provides for interactions with family, to the extent possible, under HIPAA regulations. • Ensures that necessary safety precautions are taken based on the client's condition and facility policy. • Intervenes as necessary to prevent injury to staff or other clients. • Provides accurate documentation of client interactions and interventions. • Assists the RN/Physician in the use of seclusion and restraint. • Provides courteous, respectful interactions with clients, their family members, and other staff. • Provides reports to the RN Shift Manager, ADON, DON, QI staff as indicated. • Performs other necessary tasks as assigned by the RN, physician, or RN Shift Supervisor. • Keeps current with continuing education as required by license or as required by the position. • Staff is required to stay over shift until appropriate and sufficient staff has arrived. At times, in circumstances of staff call-outs, increased client acuity or supervisor requests, staff is required to stay until dismissed by RN Shift Manager, Staffing Department or Administrator on-call. Violation of this may result in disciplinary action, up to and including termination. General Responsibilities: Customer Service: • Greets clients as soon as possible after screening and provides welcoming atmosphere. • Provides confidentiality by during assessment/injection. • When not engaged in work-related tasks or activities, keeps personal conversation quiet to avoid being misinterpreted by clients. • Treats all customers clients, staff, other departments with courtesy. Communication: • Documents clearly and effectively utilizing appropriate forms. • Seeks information as needed. • Attends all mandatory staff meetings. • Coordinates breaks with other staff members as appropriate. • Requests time off with required notice and notifies the Staffing Department as soon as possible if calling off for illness or emergency and adheres to the Absenteeism/Tardy Policy. Team Work: • Orients and mentors new staff members as needed and as appropriate. • Considerate of other team members. • Channels questions, suggestions, and constructive criticism appropriately. • Works with the team to identify opportunities for improvement. • Flexible. Adapts well to change. Infection Control and Employee Health • Reports communicable illnesses in clients to the RN Shift Manager or Administrator On-Call. • Practices effective hand hygiene, hand washing, and cough etiquette. • Reports to Employee Health for pre-employment tuberculin skin test and annual skin testing. Enforces Standard Precautions and Transmission-based Precautions in all aspects of client care. Position Requirements: • Clear/Active license to practice as an LPN in the State of Florida. • Experience in an inpatient psychiatric unit preferred. Qualifications to determine pay: • 3+ years of experience with Mental Health population, Crisis Units, Corrections or psych settings will be eligible for higher end of pay scale. Substance abuse experience will count for Residential/OTP/Detox only. Experience must be met while utilizing respective license, this must be verified. • Employment of Agency work or PRN elsewhere will not count toward total length of service experience. PRN at Meridian DOES count towards experience if working as LPN. • Note: Our PRN’s who work both CSU/Detox will receive higher rate. Those who only work PRN in Detox will receive lower rate. Language Skills: Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of the organization. Mathematical Skills: Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs. Reasoning Ability: Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form. Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

This is an advanced professional counseling position providing clinical evaluation, treatment, and consultation services. Services are provided for clients with mild to severe disability. This position requires the ability to build professional empathetic relationships with clients, while providing efficient and appropriate direct clinical services. Senior clinical staff may provide supervision to non-licensed clinical staff, students, and interns.

LCSW Preferred - This is an advanced professional counseling position providing clinical evaluation, treatment, and consultation services. Services are provided for clients with mild to severe disability. This position requires the ability to build professional empathetic relationships with clients, while providing efficient and appropriate direct clinical services. Senior clinical staff may provide supervision to non-licensed clinical staff, students, and interns.

This is advanced professional clinical work conducting emergency assessments for clients who present at Crisis Stabilization in crisis seeking mental health stabilization. Emergency Screeners provide 24/7 Emergency Intake and Evaluation services for both voluntary and Baker Act adults and children

3 Months Ago
JOB SUMMARY: This position is responsible for the provision of direct client care in a residential substance abuse treatment program. The LPN provides medication administration, wound care, patient and family education and historical data collection. The population served includes adults residing in the Bridge House (Vets, SAPP, BH consumers), PHP and MIST programs and infants and toddlers residing with their mothers in the MIST program. The LPN reports to the Director of Residential Services but duties are performed largely independently. Medical duties are performed under the supervision of a physician.

3 Months Ago
Summary: This is routine manual work consisting of extensive preventative maintenance and repair procedures on all Meridian facilities, grounds, mechanical equipment, and utility systems. Under general supervision, this position will perform a wide variety of maintenance duties in order to provide a clean, orderly, and safe environment; and perform related work as required. This position is reviewed through reports and observations and has potential exposure to blood and body fluids. Personal protective equipment may be needed while performing some maintenance duties. Qualifications: Successful applicant must be a licensed driver able to be covered by Meridian insurance in order to operate facility vehicles as a primary part of required duties. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily and must be able to work independently with little or no supervision and have good time management skills. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Education and Experience: High School diploma, general education degree or two years related maintenance experience. Plumbing, HVAC, or electrical certification preferred.

3 Months Ago
This licensed mid-level management position that oversee the Adult Outpatient Substance Abuse and Mental Health programs (SAMH). The Program Manager is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operation of specific program or function in a manner consistent with Meridian's Strategic Plan. The role of the manager is to ensure that the program s/he oversees is adequately and consistently staffed, is managed in accordance with professional and/or contractual, regulatory or legal standards and center policy/procedure, and performs to the level specified for that unit in the annual plan and/or budget. Typically, a manager oversees a limited number of staff or a highly specific function, with a budget of less than $500K, and a staff of 15 or less; or, s/he may oversee a very specific function across the entire agency (e.g. payroll, recruitment, etc). The work requires specialized management, professional, technical, and/or business expertise, including evidence-based or best practices relevant to the area supervised. The work requires the use of independent judgment and initiative in carrying out day-to-day duties and responsibilities and is performed under the direct supervision of a Director or Vice-President position.

Detox: $18.00-$20.00/hour DOE (plus shift differential) CSU: $19.00-$21.00/hour DOE (plus shift differential) 7/12/2016________________________________________Position Summary: This position is responsible for the provision of direct client care and interaction under the supervision of a Registered Nurse (RN), RN Shift Manager or physician. The LPN provides medication administration, wound care, patient and family education and historical data collection. Documents care provided in the clinical record. The population served includes children and adults. OSHA Statement: This position has potential for exposure to blood and body fluids. Medications prn’s and scheduled, orders, therapeutic activities – ensures completion, shift note, medication inventory and ordering (night shift), provide input to physician, obtain patients for MD, peer evaluations to assist RN Shift Manager/Charge RN.

Salary Range: $12.50/hour (non-CNA) <3 years’ experience $13.50/hour (non-CNA) 3+ years’ experience $13.74/hour (CNA) <3 years’ experience $15.26/hour (CNA) 3+ years’ experience Position Summary: This position is responsible for the provision of direct client care and interaction under the supervision of an RN, RN Shift Manager, physician or designated delegate. In addition, documents or assists with completion of documentation. This position has potential for exposure to blood and body fluids. May require being a Center Driver, if eligible. 15 minute client checks, therapeutic activities, vital signs, 1:1’s if required, care and custody, snacks and food ordering, hygiene supplies, other assignments as directed by RN; Detox Unit – calls for appointments, maintains wait list.

Salary Range: $28.00-$31.00+Shift Differential DOE Position Summary: Shift assessment, intake RN assessment/admission full and screening, and d/c assessment, obtain, assess and disseminate necessary information, incident reports based upon interviews as needed, nursing assignments, peer evaluations to assist RN Shift Supervisor. The Registered Nurse is responsible for identifying client alterations in health, assessing the client's responses to actual and potential health problems and prescribed treatments, and providing appropriate nursing interventions to return the client to baseline health with appropriate physician orders. Whenever possible, the client, family/significant others is integrated in the care provided. The RN functions within the interdisciplinary team model to provide a safe, therapeutic environment and support the client in reintegration to the community. The RN performs assessments and other activities as recognized by the Board of Nursing and supervises and directs the care provided by CNA’s, LPN’s and unit clerks in activities appropriate to their licensure and experience. The RN coordinates the care provided by the interdisciplinary team. OSHA Statement: This position has potential for exposure to blood and body fluids. *Must attend CSU Staff meetings once a month*

Residential Aide | GV | PRN | 8-17
Gainesville, FL32614
3 Months Ago
Rate of Pay: $12.00/hr Position Summary: This is an entry-level position providing supportive services to clients in a various 24/7 treatment programs. The position requires the ability to model behaviors and work as a member of the treatment team in reaching the goals of the individualized treatment plan, as well as the goals of the program. Minimum Qualifications: High School Diploma or GED with 2 years’ experience in a human service field. College education in a human service field may be substituted for experience. Personal recovery of at least 2 years may be substituted for work experience. Preference is given to candidates with work experience in substance abuse and/or a college degree in a human service field. Driving: In order to qualify as a Center Driver, the candidate must have a clean driving record for the last 3 years. While driving is not required for PRN preference is given to candidates that qualify as center drivers. (Please note, Center Driver is required most part time and full time positions.

3 Months Ago
Salary Range: $12.50/hour (non-CNA) <3 years’ experience $13.50/hour (non-CNA) 3+ years’ experience $13.74/hour (CNA) <3 years’ experience $15.26/hour (CNA) 3+ years’ experience Position Summary: This position is responsible for the provision of direct client care and interaction under the supervision of an RN, RN Shift Manager, physician or designated delegate. In addition, documents or assists with completion of documentation. This position has potential for exposure to blood and body fluids. May require being a Center Driver, if eligible. 15 minute client checks, therapeutic activities, vital signs, 1:1’s if required, care and custody, snacks and food ordering, hygiene supplies, other assignments as directed by RN; Detox Unit – calls for appointments, maintains wait list.

Psychiatric ARNP - Inpatient
Gainesville, FL32614
4 Months Ago
This position is highly responsible for ongoing treatment of patients in the Crisis Stabilization Unit. This person will be an advocate for clients and interact with clients in a manner that reflects cultural sensitivity. Assure clients rights are protected and report any abuse and neglect. Work is performed under the protocol of a Center psychiatrist and is directly supervised by same.

4 Months Ago
This is an advanced professional clinical position providing psychiatric services to Meridian’s target populations. This position requires that the psychiatrist work with patients and within a multi-disciplinary staff to provide patient care and oversee services provided by lesser credentialed clinical providers. Work is performed with a high degree of independence and reviewed through observation, peer review, conferences and reports.

This position is highly responsible for following-up on clients who are stable and already on maintenance medications. This person will be an advocate for clients and interact with clients in a manner that reflects cultural sensitivity. Assure clients rights are protected and report any abuse and neglect. Work is performed under the protocol of a Center psychiatrist and is directly supervised by same. Minimum Qualifications: BSN and Florida Licensure as an Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner, with a minimum of 1-year experience as an A.R.N.P. Experience in mental health or community service organizations is preferred. Must be able to function independently and inter-dependently. Strong communication and interpersonal skills. **MUST HOLD PSYCHIATRIC CERTIFICATION** Schedule: Combo of Gainesville, Live Oak, Jasper, Lake City

Rate of Pay: $15.26/ hr This position will be responsible for transporting CSU Gainesville and CSU Lake City clients to and from different location within the state of Florida. POSITION REQUIREMENTS: Must have a valid Florida Drivers license: Class E Must be between the age of 25 and 69 years Must have a clean driving record Must be able to pass the Florida DOT drivers physical Must have home or cell phone

5 Months Ago
Schedule: Every Fri 7p-7a Rate of Pay: $19.00 - $21.00 Position Summary: This position is responsible for the provision of direct client care and interaction under the supervision of a Registered Nurse (RN), RN Shift Manager or physician. The LPN provides medication administration, wound care, patient and family education and historical data collection. Documents care provided in the clinical record. The population served includes children and adults. OSHA Statement: This position has potential for exposure to blood and body fluids. Medications prn’s and scheduled, orders, therapeutic activities – ensures completion, shift note, medication inventory and ordering (night shift), provide input to physician, obtain patients for MD, peer evaluations to assist RN Shift Manager/Charge RN.

5 Months Ago
Location: Gainesville, FL Salary: $13 Hr JOB SUMMARY: This is a highly responsible position in which the candidate will work as part of a team of professionals providing services to clients in a substance abuse treatment in a variety of levels of care including Residential, PHP and IOP. The candidate must be willing to work a flexible schedule sometimes on short notice. Duties include completing admissions, bio-psychosocial assessments, treatment plans, providing counseling in both group and individual format.

5 Months Ago
Location: Gainesville, FL Part Time Position JOB SUMMARY: This position is highly responsible for following-up on clients who are stable and already on maintenance medications. This person will be an advocate for clients and interact with clients in a manner that reflects cultural sensitivity. Assure clients rights are protected and report any abuse and neglect. Work is performed under the protocol of a Center psychiatrist and is directly supervised by same.