Community Outreach Manager JobHarrisonburg, VA

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Community Outreach Manager/Outside Sales

Do you have experience in business development and enjoy building long-term client relationships? Are you looking for a rewarding career move that allows you opportunity for professional growth and fulfillment?

Bring your passion and skills to work each day and build a career you’ll love at BrightView! We are looking for a Community Outreach Manager to join our rapidly growing organization where you will work with compassionate team members to build a brighter tomorrow for our communities and patients we serve.

The Community Outreach Manager is a critical member of the development team that acts as the external facing representative of BrightView across all organizational levels.

The Community Outreach Manager’s primary role is to achieve target census and admission objectives through focused referral generation and strategic brand-building initiatives.

This individual will act as the community liaison/outside sales representative for
BrightView’s Woodbridge VA location to identify, establish, and maintain relationships with potential referring partners in the respective communities in which BrightView serves.

When you join the BrightView Health team, the work you are doing is helping individuals and families who need it most. You will experience the rewarding nature of this work along with competitive compensation, benefits, and opportunities for growth both personally and professionally. Apply for our Community Outreach Manager position today!

Community Outreach Manager Job Responsibilities
• Understand the mission of BrightView and plan outreach efforts to promote it.
• Develop in-depth knowledge of BrightView service offerings.
• Identify, establish and maintain relationships with key potential referral partners.
• Develop and implement outreach activities, campaigns, and strategies to increase community awareness and engagement with BrightView.
• Act as a liaison for external marketing campaigns and advertisements.
• Organize, attend, and participate in special events and promotions advocating for
BrightView and our patients.
• Actively engage/educate community stakeholder relationships increasing brand awareness.
• Serve as representative/spokesperson for BrightView at meetings, special events, and with all communications.
• Establish and maintain relationships with local, state and federal agencies and employers to develop clear pathways for patient access to treatment.
• Identify relevant trends and market opportunities to create marketing materials to support outreach efforts.
• Meet with care providers across all BrightView locations to collect ideas and resources.
• Assist Clinical and Medical teams in addressing market specific initiatives and coordination of liaison activities.

Skills & Qualifications

Community Outreach Manager Job Qualifications
• Associates Degree required
• Bachelor’s Degree in marketing or business preferred
• 2+ years preferred in related experience

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Job Number: 4366

Clinical Director JobHarrisonburg, VA

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Position Summary:

The Clinical Director is a driven, visible senior clinician who provides developmental and training direction and support to Clinical Supervisors and staff. This engaged clinician is charged with ensuring the provision of quality clinical care to patients by engaging staff in professional development, teaching best practices, and ensuring the delivery of high-quality clinical supervision and training. The Clinical Director works collaboratively with the Regional Director of Operations, Clinical Supervisors, and clinical staff as a subject-matter expert and consultant on clinical service delivery in line with BrightView’s clinical model and expected operating cadence.

Essential Job Duties:

· Ensures high-quality delivery of BrightView’s expected clinical programming, including the achievement of Clinical quality KPIs, in the assigned region;

· Provides supervision and quality assurance for all substance use disorder and mental health clinical services;

· Ensures and audits use of evidence-based treatment approaches;

· Implements a comprehensive clinical staff competency program so that all clinicians are developing towards and functioning at top-of-scope and appropriately given their respective license;

· Trains and audits clinical supervisors on best-practices in clinical supervision;

· Ensures center-level engagement in high-fidelity staff development and clinical supervision of clinical staff through regular observation of and participation in individual supervision, group supervision, treatment teams, etc.

· Ensures Clinical Supervisors are providing adequate new-hire orientation and training;

· Models and delivers clinical supervision and clinical training, as needed;

· Verifies the completion of clinical documentation to meet county, state, federal, and internal agency standards, including thoroughness and timeliness standards;

· Collaborates with center leadership to ensure adequate supervision and development of clinical staff is provided;

· Serves as a clinical supervisor, covering all requisite duties, as needed;

· Partners with Talent Acquisition team and utilize talent acquisition software to participate in sourcing, recruitment, and interviews, for all Clinical positions in the assigned region;

· Provide regular education and training about substance use disorder, comprehensive treatment, and the value of clinical services to clinical and non-clinical team members;

· Requires regular travel to BrightView centers to provide in-person training and audit functions;

· Other duties as assigned.

Skills & Qualifications

Qualifications:

· Experience providing clinical supervision and ability to supervise clinical counselors;

· Knowledge of recovery, mental health, and other co-occurring disorders;

· Experience in working with addiction in an outpatient and/or intensive outpatient milieu;

· Experience in crisis intervention and conflict resolution skills;

· Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to maintain a positive collaborative relationship among staff;

· Management and leadership experience.

· Excellence in working in a fast-paced, dynamic environment.

Required Education/Degree:

Master’s Degree required.

Required Certification/License:

Independent licensure with supervision experience

Required Work Experience:

Three years relevant work experience

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Job Number: 4595

Addiction Nurse – LPN JobHarrisonburg, VA

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Position Summary

The Addiction Nurse is responsible for working with patients in need of services around their recovery.   The Nurse will work directly with all disciplines in managing and monitoring patients through ambulatory detoxification, stability and maintenance in medically assisted treatment (MAT), provider professionally tapering from MAT, dispensing services, medication reviews, mental status screens, drawing/organizing/resulting laboratory testing, conducting health histories, medication education, in facility nurse visits, infectious education and referral, medical case management, and crisis intervention. Multitasking is a must.  Travel to multiple locations as needed.  A good blend of medical, psychosocial, and addictions is preferred.  Monday to Saturday hours and all six major holidays off. 

Essential Job Duties:

  • Patient engagement in ambulatory detoxification from initial inductions to office visits conducting medical/psychosocial/addiction/laboratory/drug screens/medication services for patient recovery.  
  • Maintain Infection Control and provide training to both staff and patients on the health & safety policies
  • Comply with the BrightView Infection Control plan which includes personally utilizing universal precautions
  • Maintains medication inventories.
  • Manages patient medication prescriptions and drug administration
  • Obtaining Prior Authorizations for Medications when needed
  • Enters dosing orders into Dispensing software and statewide database. 
  • Case management and referrals to other levels of care, ie; medical/dental/infectious disease/discharge planning. 
  • Completes COWS/CIWAS/Monitor vitals while keeping the team informed. 
  • An active member of the treatment team by contributing to treatment plans and nursing notes.
  • Engaged with the team by providing efficient patient flow and actively educating other team members on medical knowledge.   
  • Obtain health histories. 
  • Administration of injections. 
  • Participate in staff outreach and off-site health care programs as is necessary
  • Participate in peer review, quality assurance, provider meetings, and other clinical meetings
  • Comply with confidentiality policies and procedures including but not limited to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
  • Complete documentation utilizing the agency’s designated Electronic Medical Record
  • Flexibility in traveling between different locations as needed.
  • A productivity rate of 56% is required. 
  • Reports to Providers/Director of Nursing/Charge Nurse. 
  • Monday to Saturday scheduling. 

Skills & Qualifications

Required Education/Degree: Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN), Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), or Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) with Ohio Medication Administration certificate. Other Equivalent degrees     

       

Required Certification/License: State Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) or Registered Nurse (RN)

Required Work Experience: A minimum of two years of nursing experience is preferred, ideally in a drug and alcohol or psychiatric setting.

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Job Number: 3291

Clinical Supervision Specialist JobHarrisonburg, VA

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About BrightView Health 

BrightView was founded to give the people in our communities two things: help and hope. We’re changing addiction treatment by combating the disease of addiction with a comprehensive treatment approach. 

We are committed to personalizing our addiction treatment programs to each individual patient. We believe anyone can achieve the goal of life-long recovery with the help of our outpatient services which includes Medically Assisted Treatment and Clinical Services.  

 We continue to grow our presence nationwide as we stay committed to serving patients and saving lives! 

Position Summary: 

The Clinical Supervision Specialist provides clinical supervision, documentation review, training, and subject-matter support to assigned clinical staff. This senior clinician ensures the provision of high-quality clinical care to patients by engaging staff in routine clinical supervision, by teaching best practices via co-therapy and clinical observation, and by delivering regular professional development and training. The Clinical Supervision Specialist works collaboratively with the Regional Clinical Training Director and Regional Director of Operations to identify and deliver on the educational and developmental needs of clinical staff at the assigned BrightView centers.  

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Engages in routine patient care. 

  • Provides weekly individual- and group- clinical supervision to assigned clinical staff; 

  • Ensures and audits the use of evidence-based treatment approaches via live, technology-assisted clinical observation of services. 

  • Implements a comprehensive clinical staff competency program using Supervision Agreements, Supervision Plans, competency reviews, and Supervision Logs so that all clinicians are developing towards and functioning at top-of-scope and appropriately given their respective experience and license. 

  • Provides new-hire orientation and training as needed. 

  • Verifies the completion of clinical documentation to meet county, state, federal, and internal agency standards, including thoroughness and timeliness standards. 

  • Reviews and co-signs documentation for assigned staff. 

  • Collaborates with center leadership to ensure adequate supervision and development of clinical staff is provided. 

  • Routine delivery of various patient care services. 

  • Periodically visits assigned BrightView centers to provide in-person supervision, training, and clinical observation functions. 

  • Other duties as assigned. 

Skills & Qualifications

Job Qualifications: 

  • Master’s Degree required.  

  • Independent licensure with supervision designation (LPC, LCSW, LMFT, LSATP)

What BrightView Has to offer 

  • PTO (Paid Time Off) 

  • Immediately vested and eligible in 401k – BrightView will match 100% of the first 3% of Employee contributions and 50% of the next 2% of contributions.  

  • Company sponsored ongoing training and certification opportunities. 

  • Full comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, short term disability, long term disability and accident insurance. 

  • Substance Use Disorder Treatment and Recovery Loan Repayment Program (STAR LRP) 

  • Tuition Reimbursement after 1 year in related field 

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Job Number: 3380

Counselor JobHarrisonburg, VA

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Why You’ll Love This Job

BrightView was founded to give the people in our communities two things: help and hope. If you want to do the same, we would love for you to join our dynamic, rapidly growing organization and help us make a difference in hundreds of lives every single day.

Addiction Counselor
We’re changing addiction treatment by combating the disease of addiction with a comprehensive treatment approach and we are looking for Counselors that are passionate about working with individuals and families to support their journey to recovery from chemical dependency.

A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A BRIGHTVIEW COUNSELOR

Daily Patient Counseling
Our patients need your guidance! You will conduct individual, group, family or couples counseling using appropriate counseling methods to maximize treatment process and outcomes while utilizing evidence-based therapy based on ASAM criteria

Conducting Evaluations, Assessments, and Recommendations
Your expert knowledge is critical! You will be using your mastery when meeting with our patients to perform initial screenings, provide an in-depth evaluation/assessment and use appropriate interviewing techniques and/or instruments to develop an accurate diagnostic summary/service plan. Make medical referrals when needed.

Creating Treatment Plans
Your treatment plan is a starting point to support our patient’s road to recovery! You will select counseling/treatment methods to maximize treatment process and outcomes for groups, individuals and family counseling. Update treatment plans and quality of service rendered by others. Coordinate patient care with the on-site medical team, including the physician, nurse practitioner, and/or psychiatrist.

Daily Documentation
It’s all in the details! You will write compliance regulatory clinical reports, adult diagnostic assessments, progress notes, diagnostic and transfer/discharge summaries and treatment plans utilizing the agency’s designated Electronic Medical Record, within a specified timeframe.

Being a Collaborative Team Player
“Teamwork makes the dream work!” By providing in-service training to other treatment team members in addition to attending required meetings for individual and group supervision, treatment team meetings, along with quarterly in-service you are letting your peers and co-workers know you are all in! Also, from time to time you may be asked to provide various other services as needed including but not limited to case management.

Staying in the Know – (Best Practices)
We love for our Clinical professional to remain current with industry changes, trends and general knowledge of psychotropic medications and side effects

OUR COUNSELORS ARE MOST SUCCESSFUL WHEN THEY

• Have patience and compassion
• Are realistic about the process of recovery
• Are proactive in finding new approaches
• Are flexible and adaptable
• Can be decisive, a quick thinker and decision-maker
• Create timely and detailed documentation
• Have effective written and verbal communication skills

Skills & Qualifications

Substance Use Counselor Job Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • Dependent licensure (CSAC-S, CSAC, Resident in Counseling or LBSW) required
  • Master’s Degree in Counseling, Social Work, or Marriage and Family Therapy preferred
  • Independent licensure (LPC, LCSW) preferred

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Job Number: 3307