The Council seeks team members who share our core values of hope, caring & compassion, and excellence. We are committed to supporting staff in the important and challenging work they do each day.
Competitive pay and benefits and a strong professional development program are some of the ways we support and value our employees.
Current positions available (or potentially available) at the Council:
Nurse Practitioner in Psychiatry or Community Health or Related Certification
Alcohol & Drug Council of Tompkins County is seeking a Nurse Practitioner in Psychiatry (NPP) for approximately 14-16 hours per week to provide psychiatric and medical assessments and medication management in our busy out-patient substance use treatment clinic. The NPP will also serve as the agency Health Coordinator. The Health Coordinator ensures the provision of education, risk reduction, and counseling and referral services to clients regarding HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, hepatitis, sexually transmitted diseases, and other communicable diseases.
Successful candidates possesses the knowledge, skill, and experience to assess, diagnose, and treat clients with chemical dependency and mental health problems. This person must also hold a Nurse Practitioner license in good standing.
Are you passionate about helping people? Do you want to be part of the solution to the opioid epidemic? Consider joining our team as we expand treatment options in Tompkins County.
The Council is looking for energetic and organized team-oriented professionals to grow with us. Successful candidates will conduct admission assessments, provide individual and group counseling to a diverse client population, and collaborate with the treatment team to develop individualized treatment plans. Candidates with relevant practical experience and/or experience in substance use disorders/mental health treatment are encouraged to apply.
We are seeking entry-level and/or experienced candidates.
Quality Assurance Specialist
Alcohol & Drug Council of Tompkins County is looking for an energetic and organized team-oriented professional to fill a new role. The QA Specialist will be responsible for monitoring all quality assurance functions while staying abreast of relevant regulations. This key role supports the organization in providing consistent, quality care to our clients.
We are seeking candidates with experience in medical records, compliance, and/or direct service delivery to our client population.
Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in human services, health administration, clinical services, business management or related field.
Qualified Health Care Professional (QHP) as defined by OASAS, e.g., LMSW, LCSW, RN, CASAC, and/or PhD in psychology or social work.
Desired Qualifications: Three years of medical records and compliance experience.
The general duties of the position include all aspects of greeting and processing of clients and visitors, scheduling client visits, handling of telephone calls and messages, typing correspondence and reports, data entry, faxing, readying and posting of mail, collecting payments from clients, filing of clinical group notes, opening and closing of the office, and carrying out other duties as directed and necessary with a regard for confidentiality at all times. In addition, the Receptionist provides support to the Executive Director, Administrative Director and Program Directors.
This is a part-time position, requiring a high school diploma and/or GED with at least two years of experience working in an office setting. Experience working in a medical/therapeutic office setting is preferred. The ability to operate a multi-line telephone, fax, computer, photocopier and other general office equipment is required. Computer skills (PC/Windows a must), word-processing, spreadsheets and database software experience necessary.
The ideal candidate will be energetic, friendly, and welcoming to our clients. That candidate will need excellent communication and time management skills. They must be organized, detail-oriented and have the ability to move between and coordinate among several job functions concurrently.
Alcohol & Drug Council of Tompkins Council is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, political affiliation, marital status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, genetic information, amnesty status, veteran status, or disability.
The Council provides excellent benefits and exciting opportunities for professional development.
Please send resumes and cover letters to email@example.com or mail to:
Alcohol & Drug Council of Tompkins County, Inc.
201 E. Green St., Suite 500
Ithaca, NY 14850
Alcohol & Drug Council of Tompkins County, Inc. is a Certified Living Wage Employer.