Case Management SpecialistCincinnati, OH

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Why You’ll Love This Job

Serving People, Saving Lives! 

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.

Position Summary: *Remote Position*

The Case Management Specialist will be responsible for managing and coordinating the reporting, accountability, process improvement, and serve as an internal cross-functional liaison for specialized customer markets such as criminal justice and healthcare partners. The Case Management Specialist will support clinical teams at all BrightView sites by ensuring all external reports are completed and distributed on-time for patients from specialized customer markets; communicate with all functional teams such as outreach, operations, and clinical teams regarding the status of patients from specialized customer markets; prepare internal reports for BrightView that communicate overall status of patients by site, and metrics that track accountability for patients; work with external customer markets to better understand their needs, improve processes, customer service levels, and referral volume.

Essential Job Duties:

  • Represent “The BrightView Way” via our Core Values of Respect, Inspiration, Service, and Excellence or “RISE”
  • Interpret clinical notes and prepare accountability reports for criminal justice-involved patients
  • Prepare internal reports using CareLogic and excel to track specific metrics for criminal justice and other market
  • Ensure that all documents submitted on behalf of a patient are valid and authentic
  • Assure that documentation is completed in compliance with regulatory agency requirements and best clinical practices
  • Complete documentation utilizing the agency’s designated Electronic Medical Record, within a specified timeframe
  • Serve as a subject matter expert on criminal justice and other markets for the purpose of business development
  • Develop and maintain a site by site reporting schedule to ensure reports are distributed to customers at the appropriate time
  • Collaborate with BrightView functional teams to ensure criminal justice and other specialized patients are properly accounted for
  • Survey customers and key BrightView staff to ensure we maintain service levels and continuously improve our processes
  • Maintain and continuously update a matrix of specific needs for each customer segment and subsegment (i.e., Segment- Criminal Justices, Subsegment- probation, parole, various courts and jail program types)
  • Attend required meetings including but not limited to, individual and group supervision
  • Complete required trainings including but not limited to, in-services, Relias trainings
  • Attend and plan meetings with partners to ensure proper engagement in the communities we serve and to build sustainable relationships with our partners
  • Attend and plan meetings with outreach, operations, and clinical teams regarding the status of our patients and our partners
  • Adhere to BrightView policies and procedures, and professional code of ethics
  • May provide various other services as needed

Skills & Qualifications

Required Education/Degree:

Bachelor’s Degree preferred; Associate Degree may be considered                                                                                                                                                                            

Required Certification/License:

LCDC II or higher preferred; CDCA with the ability to advance to LCDC II may be considered

Other Requirements:

Must be highly self-motivated and able to work independently and as a part of a team.

Must have access to a phone and reliable high-speed internet in a location free from distraction to allow for adequate workflow and protection of PHI.

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Job Number: 9987

Laboratory Scientist ICincinnati, OH

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Laboratory Scientist I

Overview
This role is for a Laboratory Scientist. In addition to preparing and analyzing toxicology samples, the Laboratory Scientist I is responsible for preparing and running samples on Immunoassay Units, troubleshooting methods and equipment and preparing data for review.

Responsibilities

  • Prepare samples for analysis
  • Set up and run analytical instruments including system suitability, calibration, and QC.
  • Monitor performance of analytical instruments
  • Process data, accept and certify results
  • Train and supervise new staff
  • Organize work and equipment across team for best efficiency
  • Perform advanced instrument troubleshooting and repairs
  • Participate in the implementation of new equipment & methods including installation and validation
  • Make calibration, QC and other solutions
  • Maintain compliance documentation
  • Participate in housekeeping and other general tasks
  • Demonstrate and promote Brightview values
  • Observe and promote safety practices
  • Be a team player and maintain a positive attitude towards work

Skills & Qualifications

College degree in chemistry or related science: BS/BA

  • Working knowledge of instrument and LIS software platforms (LabSolutions, SLS, etc.)
  • Working knowledge of analytical instruments (Shimadzu 8040 LCMS, Synermed IR1200, etc)
  • Proven experience in one or more of the following areas:
  • Troubleshooting and repair/maintenance of LCMS equipment.
  • Operation, troubleshooting, and maintenance of robotic sample preparation equipment
  • Staff supervision and management
  • Clear communication
  • Strong work ethic and attention to detail
  • Ability to work independently and in a team setting
  • Flexibility to adjust to changing schedules and tasks
  • Ability to use micropipetors and other laboratory equipment
  • Comfort with working with human urine and other biological matrices

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Job Number: 9901

Addiction Nurse – LPNCincinnati, OH

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Why You’ll Love This Job

Licensed Practical Nurse

Are you a dedicated and experienced Licensed Practical Nurse with a passion for assisting individuals on their journey towards mental health and recovery? We’re seeking a proactive and compassionate LPN to join our Behavioral Health team. If you excel in a dynamic healthcare environment, possess a profound understanding of behavioral health disorders, and are committed to delivering quality care, your role will be pivotal in shaping the future of our treatment programs. Join us in making a meaningful impact on the lives of those seeking support and recovery. Apply now and become a key contributor to our mission of empowering individuals on their path to mental well-being!

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • NURSING CARE/ MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION:
    • Administers/dispenses medication and injections according to accepted nursing practice guidance.
    • Manages patient medication preselection and drug administration.
    • Performs initial inductions and provide medical services as needed.
  • TREATMENT PLANNING AND PROGRESS MONITORING:
    • Conducts assessments and monitors vital signs for dose changes.
    • Educate patients related to treatment, health, and safety policies.
  • COORDINATION AND COMMUNICATION:
    • Schedules appointments and document no-shows in system.
    • Attend required meetings, including on-site staff meetings and multidisciplinary team meetings.
    • Signs and processes physician orders and enter notes in the Electronic Medical Record (EMR) and input flags.
  • DOCUMENTATION AND COMPLIANCE:
    • Accurately maintains, monitors, and reconciles medication inventory.
    • Follow adherence to all necessary regulatory and company compliance requirements (HIPAA).
    • Completes documentation using the designated EMR. 

KNOWLEDGE SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

  • Highly empathetic and compassionate to effectively support the recovery journey of BrightView’s patients
  • Competent at working with a diverse population of colleagues and patients
  • Team-player, able to work collaboratively in a multidisciplinary healthcare environment
  • Strong attention to detail and sense of urgency
  • Adaptable and agile within a dynamic work environment
  • Technologically capable, comfortable operating in multiple systems for communication and documentation purposes including EMR and MS Office Suite
  • Embraces BrightView’s culture of compliance – operates with a high degree of integrity and compliance to work standards and regulatory requirements
  • Familiarity with HIPAA 42-CFR Part 2 desired
  • Prior experience with harm reduction a plus

Skills & Qualifications

QUALIFICATIONS

  • EXPERIENCE:
    • Required: minimum of 1 year of nursing experience, preferably in drug/alcohol or psychiatric setting.
    • Preferred: 2+ years of nursing experience, preferably in drug/alcohol or psychiatric setting.
  • EDUCATION:
    • Required: Associates Degree in Nursing, (NDA), Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), or Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) with State Medication Administration Certification

LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS

  • REQUIRED: State Licensed Practical Nursing License.

BENEFITS AND PERKS

  • PTO (Paid Time Off)
  • Immediately vested and eligible in 401k program with employer match. 
  • 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 

We offer competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits, and a supportive work environment dedicated to your professional growth and development.

Ready to shape our future by bringing in top talent? Apply now and be a key player in our success!

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Job Number: 9583

Laboratory Sample Processor ICincinnati, OH

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Why You’ll Love This Job

Position Summary:

Do you have experience in Data Entry? Laboratory Accessioning? Or the Medical field? Or warehouse? Are you reliable and enjoy coming to work? Are you experienced with Microsoft Excel? Do you want to work on a team that values communication and likes to have fun? If so, we would enjoy meeting you! Here at BrightView we are looking for experienced Laboratory Data Processors and Accessioner’s to help support our growing Laboratory. We are currently processing approximately 20,000 urine samples per month and counting.

The primary responsibility of the Laboratory Accessioner and Data Processor is the checking in and accessioning of patient specimens and entering data into our computer systems. This position also requires a significant amount of attention to detail to maintain accuracy and processing efficiency. The Laboratory Processor I work directly with Laboratory Specimen Processor II and Team lead to ensure that all pertinent patient information is acquired prior to specimen analysis and ensures that there is a seamless communication process within the laboratory.

Essential Job Duties:

  • 0-2 years of sample processing and/or sample accessioning experience

  • Flexible availability is a must for this position. Rotating Saturday shift required. No late nights required!

  • Use urine screening logs to check in and record all laboratory samples from several busy centers -– including requisition printing and specimen labeling.

  • Utilize an Excel spreadsheet to assign tests to samples and manage the samples without toxicology orders.

  • Prep and label glass vials, centrifuge tubes, and IR tubes for Laboratory scientist.

  • Obtain new Toxicology orders from medical providers.

  • Utilize two different computer systems to perform accurate data entry in a fast-paced processing environment.

  • The ability to meet deadlines while maintaining accuracy.

  • Update and maintain patient records with appropriate laboratory results and medication lists as is needed.

  • Ability to accurately enter data from one system into another using multiple computer systems and monitors.

  • Ensure that specimen containers are disposed of properly and in compliance with laboratory regulations and restrictions.

  • Provides customer service and support to clinical centers – answering questions and coordinating report updates as needed.

  • Keeps processes operating by following instructions; troubleshooting computer and printer breakdowns; maintaining supplies; performing preventive maintenance; calling for repairs.

  • Documents information by maintaining daily logs and record books as required.

  • Attends and participates in group and project meetings as needed.

  • Completes ongoing computer learning as assigned.

  • Other duties as assigned by management.

Skills & Qualifications

Required Education/Degree:

High School Degree or equivalent

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Job Number: 9698

Facilities Information Systems DirectorCincinnati, OH

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Why You’ll Love This Job

Facilities Information Systems Director 
 

Position Summary:

 Facilities Information Systems Director works to manage software applications as well as software and systems upgrades associated with Facilities Management. Plan and execute software applications needed for smooth facilities operations and supervise the installation and daily maintenance of those applications, these include CMMS, CMS and other maintenance and security related software. The Facilities Information Systems Director will also work with security contractors to manage the installation and maintenance of security systems software and hardware across BrightView locations. This position will oversee the Facilities Management Administrator, Facilities Project Manager as well as Shipping and Receiving Coordinator.  

Job Duties:

  • Researching and procuring software applications that will contribute to the success of the department.
  • Installing, configuring, monitoring and maintaining those applications as and where necessary
  • Establishing protocols for software applications and ensuring their ease of use for others
  • Overseeing upgrades for hardware and software related to FM
  • Reporting on progress of operational issues to management, end users and department.
  • Collaborate with BrightView IT department to manage hardware needs for FM.
  • Creating, executing, and maintaining company databases.
  • Manage and train a team of individuals focused on facilities administration and projects.
  • Ensure that the Mission, Vision, and Values are upheld throughout the region.
  • Other duties, as assigned.

Skills & Qualifications

Required Education/Degree:

High school diploma or equivalent experience.

Required Certification/License:

Not applicable or required

 

Required Work Experience:

2+ years of relevant experience

 

Other Requirements:

  • Ability to read and interpret financial data and work order proposals.
  • Knowledge & skills with Microsoft products & general computer literacy.
  • Strong organizational skills.
  • Ability to function with a collaborative spirit.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.

Exhibits good time management skills.

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Job Number: 9439

Behavioral Health TherapistCincinnati, OH

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Why You’ll Love This Job

BEHAVIORAL HEALTH THERAPIST

 
Join our dynamic team as a Therapist where your passion for helping individuals on their journey to recovery will find purpose. As a Therapist, you will play a pivotal role in providing compassionate and evidence-based therapy to those seeking support for substance abuse. If you are dedicated to making a meaningful impact, thrive in a collaborative and supportive environment, and are committed to the highest standards of care, we invite you to contribute to our mission of fostering positive change in the lives of those affected by addiction. Take the next step in your career and be part of a team that is dedicated to transforming lives and creating a path to lasting recovery. 

 

RESPONSIBILITIES: 

  • CLINICAL CARE: 
    • Plan and conduct group therapy sessions and patient intake assessments. 
    • Assist with treatment planning and review progress towards treatment plan goals. 
    • Provide crisis and de-escalation techniques. 
    • Establish treatment plans at the individual patient level. 
    • Consistently provide primarily independent therapy sessions for patients with  Substance Use Disorder. 
    • Demonstrate competency for individual counseling. 
    • Conduct occasional individual counselor sessions as appropriate to competency level. 
       
  • COORDINATION AND COLLABORATION
    • Coordinate patient care with the onsite multidisciplinary team. 
    • Attend required meetings, including on-site staff meetings, supervision, multidisciplinary team meetings, individual and group supervision, and quarterly in-service. 
    • Carry and effectively manage a caseload of patients. 
       
  • DOCUMENTATION AND COMPLIANCE
    • Timely and comprehensively document all necessary treatment data into the electronic patient health record. 
    • Ensure adherence to all necessary regulatory and company compliance requirements. 
       
  • TRAINING AND MENTORSHIP 
  • Provide occasional training/onboarding support for new hire Counselor I. 
  • Offer training, onboarding, and mentorship support for new hire counselors within the site or adjacent clinics. 

 

KNOWLEDGE SKILLS, AND ABILITIES 

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills 
  • Highly empathetic and compassionate to effectively support the recovery journey of BrightView’s patients. 
  • Competent at working with a diverse population of colleagues and patients.
  • Natural problem solver, looks for solutions to best meet patient needs with a sense of urgency. 
  • Team-player, able to work collaboratively in a multidisciplinary healthcare environment. 
  • Adaptable and agile within a dynamic work environment 
  • Technologically capable, comfortable operating in multiple systems for communication and documentation purposes. Familiarity with MS Office software (Outlook, Teams, Word, etc.) preferred. 
  • Embraces BrightView’s culture of compliance – operates with a high degree of integrity and compliance to work standards and regulatory requirements. 
  • Familiarity with HIPAA and 42-CFR Part 2 desired 
  • Prior experience with harm reduction a plus 

Skills & Qualifications

QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • EXPERIENCE 
  • Required: 1+ year experience as Counselor I or other relevant experience 
  • Preferred: 2+ years’ experience in relevant field 
     
  • EDUCATION: 
  • Required: Consistent with state-level regulation and requirements, at minimum a Masters Degree
  • Preferred: Masters Degree
     

LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS 

  • REQUIRED:  
  • Active clinical licensure consistent with state-level regulatory requirements
  • Licensure preferred: LSW, LPC, MFT, LPCC, LICDC, LISW, LMFT
     

BENEFITS AND PERKS 

  • PTO (Paid Time Off) 
  • Immediately vested and eligible in 401k program with employer match. 
  • 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 a related field 

 

We offer competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits, and a supportive work environment dedicated to your professional growth and development. 

 

Compensation Range Based on Skills & Experience: $55,000 – $60,000.00 annually.

Ready to shape our future by bringing in top talent? Apply now and be a key player in our success! 

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Job Number: 9403

Quality Assurance SpecialistCincinnati, OH

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Position Summary: 

The Quality Assurance Specialist aids the Quality Assurance Manager in areas to include regulatory and compliance related tasks. The Quality Assurance Specialist is responsible for the coordination and implementation of the Laboratory’s quality programs. This position is also responsible for assessing patient test management, Pre-analytical, Analytic and Post Analytic processes; review and compilation of incident reports; and implementing corrective regulatory requirements. This position designs and standardizes procedures for documentation, review of test results, performance and monitoring of quality control, corrective action, proficiency testing, and equipment management as well as develops and monitors competency assessment, training, and corrective actions. 

Essential Job Duties: 

Major Responsibilities 

  • Implementation and maintenance of patient test quality management, Pre-analytical, Analytic and Post analytic processes. 

  • Conducts periodic audits of the laboratory to ensure compliance of all areas with the policies of the laboratory and reports non-compliance. 

  • Coordinates inspections by regulatory agencies, such as CLIA. 

  • Responsible for maintaining licenses and registrations; facilitating applications and renewals or any other inspection-related activities. 

  • Coordinates the proficiency testing activities by facilitating the subscription of required proficiency testing materials, ensuring the testing are performed and results are submitted in a timely manner. Ensures that appropriate follow up on corrective action is implemented when test result/s is found unsatisfactory. 

  • Drafts policies, procedures and forms for laboratory Quality Management System. 

  • Recommend, create, implement, and update SOPs, as necessary, to improve processes, and support compliance. 

  • Develops and maintains document workflows for editing, review and approval. 

  • Conducts training on policies and procedures. 

  • Monitors QA indicators and establishes criteria for monitoring service. Generates reports to track performance and quality improvement. Assists in developing QA plans. Collects and collates data and implements changes to resolve problems. Provides support for the creation of QA reports for regulatory agencies. Prepares annual quality assurance report and submits for review. 

  • Maintains up-to-date knowledge and understanding of local, state and federal requirements and regulations set forth by CLIA and such agencies. 

  • Enforces the laboratory safety program through training, monitoring and remediation. 

  • Provides key regulatory expertise to leadership and all cross-functional project teams with regard to regulations pertaining to development of the company’s products and services. 

  • Leads quality audits of laboratory operations, documents audit findings, and reports results to senior leadership. 

Skills & Qualifications

Required Education/Degree: Bachelor’s degree in a work-related discipline/field from an accredited college or university. Master’s degree in a work-related discipline/field preferred. 

Required Certification/License: 

None 

Required Work Experience: 

Five (5) years of progressively responsible and directly related clinical laboratory work experience.  

Training in Excel, Word, Access and other computer programming is preferred.  

Training in SelectIS Laboratory Information System and CareLogic Medical Information System will be provided.  

Other Duties: 

Knowledge of and understanding of the processes, methods, and operations in functional area(s) of responsibility. Knowledge of local, state, and federal regulatory requirements related to areas of functional responsibility. Ability to analyze data, draw conclusions and interpret results. Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. Ability to plan, organize, develop tactical plans, and set priorities. Ability to solve problems and identify solutions. Ability to work effectively with individuals at all levels of the organization.  Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice. 

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Job Number: 9243

Addiction Nurse – LPN – FloatCincinnati, OH

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Licensed Practical Nurse – Float

Are you a dedicated and experienced Licensed Practical Nurse with a passion for assisting individuals on their journey towards mental health and recovery? We’re seeking a proactive and compassionate LPN to join our Behavioral Health team. If you excel in a dynamic healthcare environment, possess a profound understanding of behavioral health disorders, and are committed to delivering quality care, your role will be pivotal in shaping the future of our treatment programs. Join us in making a meaningful impact on the lives of those seeking support and recovery. Apply now and become a key contributor to our mission of empowering individuals on their path to mental well-being!

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • NURSING CARE/ MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION:
    • Administers/dispenses medication and injections according to accepted nursing practice guidance.
    • Manages patient medication preselection and drug administration.
    • Performs initial inductions and provide medical services as needed.
  • TREATMENT PLANNING AND PROGRESS MONITORING:
    • Conducts assessments and monitors vital signs for dose changes.
    • Educate patients related to treatment, health, and safety policies.
  • COORDINATION AND COMMUNICATION:
    • Schedules appointments and document no-shows in system.
    • Attend required meetings, including on-site staff meetings and multidisciplinary team meetings.
    • Signs and processes physician orders and enter notes in the Electronic Medical Record (EMR) and input flags.
  • DOCUMENTATION AND COMPLIANCE:
    • Accurately maintains, monitors, and reconciles medication inventory.
    • Follow adherence to all necessary regulatory and company compliance requirements (HIPAA).
    • Completes documentation using the designated EMR. 

KNOWLEDGE SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

  • Highly empathetic and compassionate to effectively support the recovery journey of BrightView’s patients
  • Competent at working with a diverse population of colleagues and patients
  • Team-player, able to work collaboratively in a multidisciplinary healthcare environment
  • Strong attention to detail and sense of urgency
  • Adaptable and agile within a dynamic work environment
  • Technologically capable, comfortable operating in multiple systems for communication and documentation purposes including EMR and MS Office Suite
  • Embraces BrightView’s culture of compliance – operates with a high degree of integrity and compliance to work standards and regulatory requirements
  • Familiarity with HIPAA 42-CFR Part 2 desired
  • Prior experience with harm reduction a plus

Skills & Qualifications

QUALIFICATIONS

  • EXPERIENCE:
    • Required: minimum of 1 year of nursing experience, preferably in drug/alcohol or psychiatric setting.
    • Preferred: 2+ years of nursing experience, preferably in drug/alcohol or psychiatric setting.
  • EDUCATION:
    • Required: Associates Degree in Nursing, (NDA), Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), or Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) with State Medication Administration Certification

LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS

  • REQUIRED: State Licensed Practical Nursing License.

BENEFITS AND PERKS

  • PTO (Paid Time Off)
  • Immediately vested and eligible in 401k program with employer match. 
  • 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 

We offer competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits, and a supportive work environment dedicated to your professional growth and development.

Ready to shape our future by bringing in top talent? Apply now and be a key player in our success!

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Job Number: 9042