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Who We Are

We are a team that is focused on patient care and quality. Behavioral Health Group (BHG), is a leading provider of opioid addiction treatment services. BHG provides medication assisted treatment and counseling services in a conventional outpatient setting. At BHG, we are committed to the belief that addiction is a brain disease, not a moral failing. We believe that with hope, respect... and caring, real recovery is possible.

Why work at BHG?

We grow better together! At BHG we believe in investing in our team members and growing careers through role-based training and promotional opportunities. Join our team members and thrive in our people first culture that is rooted in diversity and inclusion and offers many other tangible opportunities such as:
• Benefits: Your choice of three different benefits programs including health, life, vision, and dental insurance, a tuition reimbursement program, and 401K discretionary match
• Bonuses: We offer competitive pay, annual increases, bonuses, certification/license completion
• Paid Time Off: In addition to paid vacation and company holidays, BHG also provides paid time for training, voting, sick or personal time off
• Work/life Balance: Many of our locations offer flexible work schedules
• Additional Benefits: Employee Discount Programs to applicable cell phone services, restaurants, amusement parks, movie theaters and more
• Career Pathing: We are growing and promote from within
• Self-Care: We offer a self-care series as well as an Employee Assistance Program

BHG is the largest network of Joint Commission accredited outpatient opioid treatment and recovery centers operating almost 120 locations in 24 states, and counting. Please ensure you check out our open opportunities in other locations/states as we offer relocation assistance to help support your career.

• Responsible for ensuring efficient operations of the nursing department and laboratory including, but not limited to the following:
• Assess patients’ appropriateness for dosing
• Ensure the maintenance of quality patient care
• Administering of methadone as prescribed by the Medical Director
• Confirm and sign any medical orders
• Assist the Medical Director or Program Physician with physical examinations and other procedures as required
• Responsible for maintaining accurate patient dosing records, as well as, daily reconciliation and accountability of medication inventory per state, federal, accreditation and DEA standards
• Ensure that monthly medication inventories and reconciliations are being completed including the DEA bi-annual inventory
• Collect urine specimens following chain of custody protocol
• Responsible for maintenance of all medical supplies as needed
• Responsible for the health and safety training of all nursing and laboratory team members
• Work with the nurses to coordinate the nursing departments, at multiple locations, if applicable
• Coordinate care with physicians, hospitals and other community healthcare providers
• Report any work-related injury or illness, or workplace hazards or security issues immediately to Chief Operating Officer, Regional Manager, or Human Resources Department as applicable and ensure documentation is completed in a timely manner.
• Develop work schedule for the Medical Department to ensure adequate coverage
• Responsible for managing time off requests, schedule adherence, timekeeping, and timecard approval for their department
• Responsible for conducting internal treatment program review including, but not limited to the following:
• Official DEA records (e.g., order forms, licenses, manifests, & powers of attorney)
• Dispensing logs & Medication Administration Records
• Nursing and medical assistant team
• Audit patient records for compliance, labs, physical, PPD tests, medical orders, +UDS follow-up consult documentation, etc.
• Responsible for maintaining and helping with a chart monitoring system to track physicals and lab work
• Participate in interviewing prospective nurses and medical assistants
• Supervise the orientation and training of new nurses and medical assistants
• Provide written input into the performance evaluations of all nurses and medical assistants
• Responsible for providing recommendations regarding hiring, transferring, promoting, demoting and terminating team members directly under his/her supervision
• Facilitate training for the nursing and laboratory team members
• Attend conferences, community meetings and training programs as needed/directed
• Participate in staff meetings, clinical supervision, treatment team meetings and in-service trainings as required – with emphasis on taking an active leadership role in treatment team discussions
• Establish and maintain positive relationships within and outside of the treatment program

Minimum Requirements
• Advanced knowledge of medication assisted treatment
• Maturity, leadership, supervisory and teaching skills
• Flexibility and the ability to work under pressure
• Hold a basic understanding of alcohol/drug abuse and addiction. Additionally, keep updated on current drug abuse and treatment information, as well as, the current trends in Opioid Maintenance Treatment
• Excellent math and reading skills
• Knowledge of current health issues - specifically those to opioid dependent patients
• Knowledge of current nursing best practices and procedures
• High integrity
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Communicate effectively both verbally and written; organize, express, and transmit ideas with clarity.
• Sound judgment
• Effective and timely decision-maker
• Efficient
• Self-starter
• Good at identifying issues, formulating long-term solutions, and solving problems
• Capable of effectively delivering positive and negative feedback to subordinates
• Demonstrated knowledge of ethical standards
• Working knowledge of dosing equipment, centrifuge, monitoring equipment for physical assessment, test strips, breathalyzers and other medical equipment as needed.
• Strong computer/word processing skills
• Demonstrate basic knowledge and skill in the use of standard office equipment
• Organize time and responsibilities to meet requirements of workload
• Understand and utilize community resources for the benefit of persons served

GREAT Opportunities -- Our Team Members are motivated self-starter’s who excel in a fast-paced environment and become a valued member of our team.

GREAT People -- Our staff has a passion to be the best, sharing a strong work ethic and dedication to providing the gold standard of patient care.

GREAT Support -- We are committed to providing the training, information, and corporate support necessary to facilitate your success.

BHG is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer providing equal employment opportunities to applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, national origin, protected veteran status, disability status, or any other legally protected basis, in accordance with applicable law
Huntsville AL United States


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