As an Substance Abuse Specialist, you’ll lead the team in working with persons served to understand how substance use and potentially addictive behavior impacts the person’s health. Your goal will be to help the team develop a plan to address the level of use and the impact of substance use and addictive behavior and the persons’ readiness for change.
The Adult Community Clinical Services Program (ACCS) assists more than 450 adults diagnosed with serious and persistent mental illness who have been referred by the Department of Mental Health. This is a clinical program based on the principles of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, person-centered planning, and the belief that recovery is possible. Persons served may live on their own, in group homes or in North Suffolk owned properties. Each person served works with an Integrated Team that includes licensed clinicians, psychiatrists, nurses, addiction specialists, peer specialists and community support specialists.

Expectations of the Role:
• Works collaboratively with Recovery Coaches to provide teaching and modeling to the teams on addressing substance use concerns.
• Provides direct interventions and supports to persons.
• Refers persons to community treatment and support programs.
• Provides, as needed, individual, group, and family counseling and psychoeducational services regarding addictions.
• Is trained in evidence based practices including SBIRT, Motivational Interviewing, Stages of Change model and Harm Reduction.
• May provide functions of LPHA in the Integrated Team if person possesses LADC-1 licensure level.
• Document each person’s progress in the confidential record according to established methods and procedures.
• Carries out the assigned interventions and action steps of the treatment plan, to people on an individual, group, and family basis in the office and in community settings.
• Teach behavioral symptom-management techniques to alleviate and manage symptoms not reduced by medication and to promote personal growth and development by assisting people to adapt to and cope with internal and external stresses.
• Provide interventions to assigned persons in GLE settings

What You’ll Need:
 Education: Licensed Substance Abuse Counselor (LADC1)required. LACC-II, CADC and CADC-II may suffice depending on overall experience.
 Experience: Previous experience in the provision of clinical or rehabilitative services to adults with substance use disorders and other addictive behaviors required.
 Skills: A valid Driver’s license. Must be MAP certified and CPR/1st aide certified within the first five months of hire (training provided).

How You’ll Stand Out:
Previous experience in the provision of clinical or rehabilitative services to adults with psychiatric disorders preferred.
Previous supervisory experience preferred, but not required.

Employee Benefits:
• Two Weeks’ Vacation per year (Three Weeks after 2 years of service), 12 Sick Days per year, and 10 Paid Holidays per year
• Health & Dental Insurance, with generous employer contribution
• Employer Paid Life Insurance
• 403 (b) Retirement Plan with employer matching
• Voluntary Short and Long Term Disability Insurance
• Medical & Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts
• Access to Credit Union Banking
• Access to State Tuition Remission Program (Worksite Specific)
• All Team Members have access to the following benefits:
• Employee Referral Bonus Program
• Discounted Movie Tickets
• Comprehensive Training Program
• Internal Advancement Opportunities

As a Peer Coordinator for NSMHA you will work with the ACCS program, providing support and guidance to ACCS teams in order to ensure that the role of Peer Support Specialist is defined and integrated into services.  The Peer Coordinator provides Peer supervision and mentorship to Peer Support Specialists in ACCS. This position reports to the ACCS Director and “ACCS Peer Leadership” and is designated for a person who is or has been a recipient of services for a mental health and/or substance use disorder and identifies as a person in Recovery. Because of his/her life experience with mental illness and mental health services, the Peer Coordinator provides expertise that professional training cannot replicate. The Peer Coordinator may also be a resource to other Departments of the Agency with the goal of helping the entire Agency become more Recovery focused.

Expectation of the Role:

  • Provides Peer supervision and mentorship to Peer Support Specialists in ACCS and represent the agency in various committees, events and recovery focused trainings.
  • Delivers guidance and supervision to Peer Support Specialists within the ACCS program with regard to their role as peer support specialists as directed.
  • Acts as a mentor to other Peer Support Specialists in ACCS and as an educator to other integrated team members who seek to learn the role of a peer support specialist.
  • Participates and makes recommendations in the recruitment, hiring, and evaluation of Peer Support Specialists in ACCS.
  • Meets regularly with ACCS Program Directors and Assistant Program Managers to develop schedules, provide guidance, and assist in the assignments of Peer Support Specialists within designated teams to assure peer support services that uphold the values and ethics of each discipline.
  • Effectively advocates for people with mental health and/or substance use disorders and plays a leadership role in helping others understand the need for people to independently make informed choices regarding their own recovery.
  • Provides leadership in the implementation and use of WRAP or similar recovery oriented self-management plans as well as other Evidenced Based Practices including Stages of Change and Motivational Interviewing.
  • All other duties as assigned by Peer Leadership and the ACCS Director.

What you’’ll need:

Education: High School Diploma/GED required. Bachelor’s Degree preferred (which may be in a field other than behavioral sciences).

Experience: Has work experience with adults who identify as having a mental health and/or substance use disorder or with individuals with similar human-services needs. Has three years of supervisory experience, preferably in the human services field. Must be a current or former recipient of mental health services who is in recovery. Peer or recovery coach certification required. May have related training (e.g., cer­tified occupational therapy assistant, home health care aide) or work experience (e.g., teaching) and life experience.

Skills: CPR/First Aid certified within three months of hire (training provided)

Employee Benefits:

  • Paid Time Off Two weeks’ Vacation per year (three weeks after 2 years of service), 12 Sick Days per year, and 10 Paid Holidays per year
  • Health & Dental Insurance, with generous employer contribution
  • Employer Paid Life Insurance
  • 403 (b) Retirement Plan with employer matching
  • Voluntary Short and Long Term Disability Insurance
  • Medical & Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Access to Credit Union Banking
  • Access to State Tuition Remission Program (Worksite Specific)
  • Employee Referral Bonus Program
  • Discounted Movie Tickets
  • Comprehensive Training Program
  • Internal Advancement Opportunities

The Peer Facilitator is a member of the Recovery Learning Center (RLC) community at the Hope Center for North Suffolk and the wider Metro Boston Recovery Learning Community (MBRLC). This position is designated for a person who is or has been a recipient of services for mental health and/or substance abuse disorders. The Peer Facilitator at the Hope Center reports to the Hope Center Director and is a contributing team member of the larger peer support specialist network at North Suffolk.

This position is a part-time, per diem position of approximately 10 hours per week.

Expectations of the role:

  • Collaborate and participate in schedule development and on-going revision of activities and schedules.
  • Organize, lead, and co-facilitate groups to engage community members, as well as individual and group activities that promote social experiences, increase community connection, and provide opportunities to practice skills and receive feedback and support from a peer-inclusive environment.
  • Promote one’s own knowledge and the education of the Hope Center community about the emerging recovery movement
  • Emphasize and support self-determination for all community members
  • Facilitate and maintain data collection as defined by North Suffolk and Boston Medical Center, in order to insure accurate information about the community and to support any Department of Mental Health reporting guidelines.
  • Participate in and promote the organization, cleanliness, and overall welcoming environment of the Hope Center.

What you’ll need:
Education: High school diploma or GED required; Bachelor’s degree in a field other than behavioral sciences preferred
Experience: Work experience with adults with serious and persistent mental illnesses or with individuals with similar human-services needs. This individual should be a current or former recipient of mental health services who is in recovery.
Skills: Must have a strong commitment to the right and ability of each person visits the Hope Center and who identifies as having a mental health and/or substance use disorder. CPR/1st Aid Certification within three months of hire (training provided).

North Suffolk is looking for an Outreach Coordinator to join our team!  The Outreach Coordinator will work at our new Recovery on the Harbor program located in East Boston.  The Outreach Coordinator works with the Volunteer Coordinator on trainings of volunteers and new members in community initiatives and outreach activities to ensure effective program implementation.

What you’ll do:

  • Engage in the peer to peer participatory process and support Center’s staff in implementation of this process
  • Coordinate peer involvement in community events.
  • Assist with data collection and support evaluation process.
  • Assist in the review of outreach program effectiveness
  • Assist in the development of educational materials and marketing of events.
  • Participate in the gathering and distribution of information i.e. brochures, event announcements etc…..
  • Assist with cataloging, tracking and linking members to resources in and around the community
  • Coordinate the ordering of materials and supplies
  • Attend and participate in applicable external meetings and trainings.

What you’ll need:

  • Education:High school diploma or GED
  • Experience:  one year of supervised experience in substance abuse, a related human services field, or equivalent.
  • Skills:  Knowledge and understanding of addiction as a disease and recovery is highly preferred. Recovery Coach Academy preferred.  Knowledge of substance use disorders and recovery especially in outreach, engagement and community building. Familiarity with local recovery community and local business.  Valid Massachusetts drivers license.

Competitive & Comprehensive Benefits:

  • Paid Time Off Two weeks’ Vacation per year (three weeks after 2 years of service), 12 Sick Days per year, and 11 Paid Holidays per year
  • Health & Dental Insurance, with generous employer contribution
  • Employer Paid Life Insurance
  • 403 (b) Retirement Plan with employer matching
  • Voluntary Short and Long Term Disability Insurance
  • Medical & Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Access to Credit Union Banking
  • Access to State Tuition Remission Program (Worksite Specific)
  • Eligibility for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program
  • Employee Referral Bonus Program
  • Discounted Movie Tickets
  • Comprehensive Training Program
  • Internal Advancement Opportunities

North Suffolk is seeking Overnight Counselors for our two Substance Abuse/Addictions Residential Programs – Meridian House, located in East Boston, and our new program River House located in Chelsea.  These programs provide behavior modification treatment for individuals diagnosed with substance use disorder and co-occurring disorders. We provide medication assisted treatment for those individuals who meet the criteria and residents are treated for mental health disorders. This is a 24 hour a day program with 24 hour per day staffing.

What you’ll do:

  • Be awake and available to consumers during overnight shift.
  • Perform household maintenance and upkeep activities.
  • Perform hourly security checks.
  • Write log notes at end of shift, noting any incidents, and maintain regular communication with other team members.
  • Perform weekly medication counts, medication audits and communicate with day staff the need to order refills.
  • Complete basic administrative tasks such as answering phone for program, filing, data entry, and word processing.
  • Monitor residents urine screening and supervise donations.
  • Perform all duties based on resident’s needs and schedule.
  • Monitor and ensure health and safety of residents.
  • Respond appropriately to residents and act as a role model.
  • Contribute to the efforts of the program in maintaining a high quality living environment, and to the overall quality of life for consumers.
  • Conduct and document routine fire drills and other fire prevention activities.

What you’ll need:

  • Education:  High school degree or GED required; Bachelor’s in related field preferred.
  • Experience:  One (1) year human services experience with similar population required.
  • Skills:  Mass Driver’s license required.  MAP, First Aid and CPR certification, or ability to become certified within 5 months of hire required (training provided)

Competitive & Comprehensive Benefits:

  • Paid Time Off Two weeks’ Vacation per year (three weeks after 2 years of service), 12 Sick Days per year, and 11 Paid Holidays per year
  • Health & Dental Insurance, with generous employer contribution
  • Employer Paid Life Insurance
  • 403 (b) Retirement Plan with employer matching
  • Voluntary Short and Long Term Disability Insurance
  • Medical & Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Access to Credit Union Banking
  • Access to State Tuition Remission Program (Worksite Specific)
  • Eligibility for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program
  • Employee Referral Bonus Program
  • Discounted Movie Tickets
  • Comprehensive Training Program
  • Internal Advancement Opportunities

North Suffolk is looking for a Nurse Care Manager to join our new MAT-PDOA program!  The Nurse Care Manager will be the initial contact for patients seeking MAT-PDOA treatment and act as the primary liaison between the patient and the MAT-PDOA medical provider (psychiatrist, psychiatric nurse practitioner) throughout the treatment process. The NCM supervises the initial screening, after which a waivered medical provider sees the patient to confirm the patient’s opioid use disorder diagnosis and appropriateness for MAT. The NCM supports the patient through the induction process under the orders of the waivered medical provider. The patient and the NCM remain in contact during the first day of induction for support, education, and titration under the direction of the waivered physician. Initially, the NCM sees patients weekly for required follow-up visits with drug screening and verification of behavioral health counseling. The amount of required follow-up and oversight with the NCM will be dictated by patient need.  The NCM is supervised by the MAT-PDOA psychiatrist or psychiatric nurse practitioner as well as the NSMHA Medical Director.

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Oversight of buprenorphine/naloxone and naltrexone intake assessment, induction, stabilization, maintenance and relapse management.
  • Ensuring that state and federal guidelines are followed, and collaborate as needed with MAT provider, social worker/counselors, psychiatrists, pharmacy, primary care provider, and specialty care providers to whom the patient has been referred.
  • Coordinating between MAT provider and pharmacy: obtain medication history, assist with prescription processing and refills, prior authorizations, insurance issues, concerns of diversion, misuse, safety, storage, and behavioral health referrals.

What you’ll need:

  • Education/Qualifications: Registered Nurse with current Massachusetts license to practice required.  Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing preferred.·
  • Skills/Certifications: Initial eight-hour Nurse Care Management training curriculum required (may be completed upon hire).  Experience in office-based treatment with buprenorphine/naloxone, including the use of buprenorphine/naloxone for the treatment of opioid use disorder in the office setting.  Training regarding the use of naltrexone for the treatment of alcohol use disorder and prevention of relapse to opioid dependence.
  • Experience/Knowledge: Knowledge of rehabilitative approaches to the treatment of individuals with severe and persistent mental illness. Knowledge of substance use disorders and treatment approaches.  Knowledge of evidence-based practices. Strong communication and liaison skills. Crisis prevention/intervention skills. Ability to work as part of a multi-disciplinary team in providing field based services.  Understanding of person-centered, recovery-oriented, trauma-informed approach to treatment.

Competitive & Comprehensive Benefits:

  • Paid Time Off Two weeks’ Vacation per year (three weeks after 2 years of service), 12 Sick Days per year, and 11 Paid Holidays per year
  • Health & Dental Insurance, with generous employer contribution
  • Employer Paid Life Insurance
  • 403 (b) Retirement Plan with employer matching
  • Voluntary Short and Long Term Disability Insurance
  • Medical & Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Access to Credit Union Banking
  • Access to State Tuition Remission Program (Worksite Specific)
  • Eligibility for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program
  • Employee Referral Bonus Program
  • Discounted Movie Tickets
  • Comprehensive Training Program
  • Internal Advancement Opportunities

North Suffolk is looking for a Medical Assistant to join our new MAT-PDOA program!  The Medical Assistant supports the Nurse Care Manager and plays a key role as patient liaison and is instrumental in helping patients feel at ease in the medical provider’s office as well as explaining the medical provider’s instructions. This person also performs clinic support in both the clinical and administrative areas.

What you’ll do:

  • In the clinical area, the medical assistant participates in the delivery of patient care.
  • In the administrative area, the medical assistant gathers patient information for registration, schedules appointments, verifies demographic and financial information, and assists in the facilitation of patient flow throughout the ambulatory setting.
  • Take medical histories.
  • Explain treatment procedures to patients, obtaining informed consent.
  • Prepare patients for examinations and assist the physician or nurse during examinations.
  • Collect and prepare laboratory specimens (urine or saliva drug screening) and perform basic laboratory tests.
  • Instruct patients about medication and special guidelines.
  • Prepare medications for administration by a licensed medical provider as directed by a physician.
  • Transmit prescription refills as directed.
  • Perform and obtain GPRA, COWS, or using other clinical instruments such as MATOARS
  • Administrative Duties (may include, but not limited to):
    • Using computer applications
    • Answering telephones
    • Welcoming patients
    • Updating and filing patient medical records
    • Coding and filling out insurance forms
    • Scheduling appointments
    • Arranging for laboratory services
    • Handling correspondence, billing, and bookkeeping

What you’ll need:

  • Education/Qualifications:  Holds a valid degree from an accredited medical assisting program (Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs or Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools). Not required, but strongly preferred for MAT-PDOA: Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) certificate through the Certifying Board of the American Association of Medical Assistants. In addition, the MA will attend MAT-PDOA-specific training curriculum for all program team members.

Competitive & Comprehensive Benefits:

  • Paid Time Off Two weeks’ Vacation per year (three weeks after 2 years of service), 12 Sick Days per year, and 11 Paid Holidays per year
  • Health & Dental Insurance, with generous employer contribution
  • Employer Paid Life Insurance
  • 403 (b) Retirement Plan with employer matching
  • Voluntary Short and Long Term Disability Insurance
  • Medical & Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Access to Credit Union Banking
  • Access to State Tuition Remission Program (Worksite Specific)
  • Eligibility for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program
  • Employee Referral Bonus Program
  • Discounted Movie Tickets
  • Comprehensive Training Program
  • Internal Advancement Opportunities

North Suffolk is looking for a Case Manager for our residential recovery program!  The Case Manager provides case management services in a structured residential Substance Use Disorder setting, through education and life skills to help people transition in to sustainable recovery.

What you’ll do:

  • Supervise and/or participate with residents, based on their needs in self-help skills, activities of daily living, socialization, leisure time and community integration.
  • Assist the individual’s team to develop an IAP (Individualized Action Plan).
  • Implement, teach, and assist individuals with IAP goals and objectives on a consistent basis.
  • Document and maintain all individual residents’ records.
  • Ensure proper administration and documentation of all medication.
  • Interface and liaison with external providers and resources, i.e. Courts, DCF, Recovery Coaches, outpatient therapist and prescribers etc.
  • Assist and approve weekly activity logs for each resident assigned.
  • Work with treatment team to ensure cohesive daily communication.
  • Assist residents with benefits.
  • Assist and Support assigned residents on budgeting
  • Support residents with compliance of the medication procedure policy.
  • Participate in upkeep and maintenance of program.

What you’ll need:

  • Education:  High school degree or GED required; Bachelor’s degree in a related field preferred.
  • Experience:  One to two years experience providing direct care to individuals with substance use and/or co-occurring mental health disorders
  • Life Experience:  NSMHA values lived experience from individuals who are in recovery. Minimum two years of continuous recovery is required.
  • Skills and Abilities: Valid Massachusetts Driver’s License required.

Competitive & Comprehensive Benefits:

  • Paid Time Off Two weeks’ Vacation per year (three weeks after 2 years of service), 12 Sick Days per year, and 11 Paid Holidays per year
  • Health & Dental Insurance, with generous employer contribution
  • Employer Paid Life Insurance
  • 403 (b) Retirement Plan with employer matching
  • Voluntary Short and Long Term Disability Insurance
  • Medical & Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Access to Credit Union Banking
  • Access to State Tuition Remission Program (Worksite Specific)
  • Eligibility for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program
  • Employee Referral Bonus Program
  • Discounted Movie Tickets
  • Comprehensive Training Program
  • Internal Advancement Opportunities

North Suffolk is looking for a Recovery Coach to join our new MAT-PDOA program!   The Recovery Coach is a fully integrated team member who provides expertise and consultation to promote a culture where recoverees’ points of view and preferences are recognized, understood, respected and integrated into support, treatment, rehabilitation, and community-based recovery-oriented systems of care. Because of their life experience with substance use and/or other addictions, the Recovery Coach provides expertise that clinical training cannot replicate.

What you’ll do: 

  • Supervise and/or coach recoverees based on their needs in recovery-oriented skills, activities of daily living, socialization, and community integration.
  • Implement, teach, assist and/or coach individuals with their IAP or recoverees who have developed their own wellness plan to review goals and objectives on a consistent basis.
  • Interface with all collateral contacts working with the persons served or recoverees coached (i.e. Probation Officers, therapists, self-help sponsors); assist individuals with identifying and accessing sponsorship when appropriate.
  • Develop, enhance and lead peer-driven educational services.
  • Attend all required trainings within prescribed timelines; participate in daily staff organizational and/or treatment planning meetings.
  • Work a flexible schedule to meet the needs of persons served and program, and be on-call to staff the Recovery Support Hotline as assigned.
  • When appropriate, document client progress to maintain a permanent record of client activity according to established methods and procedures.
  • Co-facilitate groups (in conjunction with professional staff) to provide support for increased stability in individuals’ lives through recovery through a better understanding of their symptoms of relapse as well as symptoms of mental illness.
  • Provide ongoing assessment, problem solving, side-by-side services, skill training, supervision and environmental adaptations to assist individuals with activities of daily living (i.e. identifying and attending self-help meetings, support with sponsorship).

What you’ll need:

  • Education:  High School Diploma/GED with prior work experience with adults diagnosed with SUD and/or dependency OR a degree in a related field (human services, psychology, etc).
  • Experience:   Personal life experience with substance use and/or other addictions.  Knowledge of mental health and SUD; principles and techniques of recovery coaching; process of recovery; health and social service systems, resources; person-centered & wellness planning.
  • Skills/Certifications:  Recovery Coach Academy certificate preferred. Able to establish supportive trusting relationships with persons with addictions and respect for client rights. Understanding of personal preferences in treatment and peer-assisted recovery methods is essential.

Competitive & Comprehensive Benefits:

  • Paid Time Off Two weeks’ Vacation per year (three weeks after 2 years of service), 12 Sick Days per year, and 11 Paid Holidays per year
  • Health & Dental Insurance, with generous employer contribution
  • Employer Paid Life Insurance
  • 403 (b) Retirement Plan with employer matching
  • Voluntary Short and Long Term Disability Insurance
  • Medical & Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Access to Credit Union Banking
  • Access to State Tuition Remission Program (Worksite Specific)
  • Eligibility for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program
  • Employee Referral Bonus Program
  • Discounted Movie Tickets
  • Comprehensive Training Program
  • Internal Advancement Opportunities

NSMHA is looking for a Program Manager to join our Meridian House team!  The Program Manager is responsible for supervision of clinical intern(s), program coordinator and case managers as well as clinical oversight and decision making within the house, with support from Clinical Manager of Addiction Services and Director of Addictions Services.

What you’ll do:

  • Engage people and partner with them to improve their health and wellness, achieve symptom stabilization and self-management, develop and/or restore skills impacted by mental illness/substance use and live a self-directed life.
  • Assist people with psychiatric and substance use disorders to identify personal priorities, preferences, strengths, and interests in order to help them establish goals that support a life in recovery.
  • Instill hope by engaging in positive interactions that promote recovery and empowerment.
  • Collaborate with persons/staff to help them to write goals with specific action steps in order to develop effective treatment/rehabilitation recovery plans.
  • Participate in the development and implementation of Safety Plans and Crisis Prevention and Response Plans in order to help prevent and mitigate risk factors.
  • Use evidence based practices including motivational interviewing as directed by clinical supervisors and leads the hiring process for staff.
  • Assist in provision of skill building interventions that help move a person on to the most independent setting or level of care.
  • Lead in the development of program policies and procedures and assures quality of clinical services of the team/program by establishing performance standards and quality of care standards, providing direction to staff, and developing new and innovative programming based on needs assessments, outcome data, research and industry standards.
  • Assures compliance with documentation and quality assurance requirements in NSMHA Electronic Health Record and is responsible for the approval and submission of all forms and training of internal agency procedures for all supervisees.
  • Advances professional practice by formulating staff development plans, ensuring that staff are adequately trained to deliver evidenced based practices and actively engages in collaboration, teamwork and relationship building to optimize the quality of services, program and agency effectiveness, and employee job satisfaction.
  • Communicates and shares information with Care Coordination Entities to coordinate care of common clients that are on the team and with North Suffolk Clinic staff to coordinate care efforts.
  • Provide consultation to state and community agencies.
  • Actively participates in the agency Quality Enhancement Processes, ensures use of QE information in the identification of issues, and development of solutions and plans in response to those issues and actively participate in risk management and quality enhancement review processes.
  • Participate in regularly scheduled, ongoing utilization management review processes to insure that all people are receiving individualized, flexible services that meet their immediate rehabilitation and recovery needs.
  • Insure that all people are treated with dignity and respect and that all services provided are recovery oriented and person centered and provide community leadership that is focused on the elimination of the stigma attached to people living with chronic and persistent mental illness and help the staff strategize how to engage people who have traditionally been difficult to engage in services including outreach to shelters and transitional residential programs.
  • Participate in all required clinical and skill trainings to enhance skills and knowledge base.

What you’ll need:

  • Education: LPHA licensure strongly preferred: LICSW, LCSW, LMHC, LRC, LADC1, M.D., R.N., Registered Occupational Therapist or licensed Psychologist.
  • Experience: At least 5 years experience in the provision of clinical or rehabilitative services to adults with chronic and persistent mental health issues and substance use disorders preferred. At least 2 years of supervisory experience.
  • Skills: Must have a valid MA driver’s license.
  • Full COVID Vaccination required within 2 months of employment (on-site vaccination currently available by appointment).

Competitive & Comprehensive Benefits:

  • Paid Time Off Two weeks’ Vacation per year (three weeks after 2 years of service), 12 Sick Days per year, and 11 Paid Holidays per year
  • Health & Dental Insurance, with generous employer contribution
  • Employer Paid Life Insurance
  • 403 (b) Retirement Plan with employer matching
  • Voluntary Short and Long Term Disability Insurance
  • Medical & Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Access to Credit Union Banking
  • Access to State Tuition Remission Program (Worksite Specific)
  • Eligibility for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program
  • Employee Referral Bonus Program
  • Discounted Movie Tickets
  • Comprehensive Training Program
  • Internal Advancement Opportunities