Under general supervision of the Medical Director, the Nurse Practitioner (NP) works collaboratively within a multidisciplinary team to assist in providing comprehensive, continuous, and personalized care to individuals in residential and detoxification substance use treatment programs. The NP may establish medical necessity for treatment services and assess, plan, implement, coordinate, and evaluate care for each client, which includes but is not limited to: treatment intervention, evaluation of outcomes, medical case consultations, client education, and medication management to ensure that client care needs are met. Must have valid NP license, active DEA license with ability to obtain Buprenorphine prescribing certification within six months of hire. This is a full-time benefits eligible job and will work in two San Jose treatment center locations. Learn more and apply
Responding to a Crisis
While we're all hustling to direct critical resources, volunteers, and services to where they can be most effective in responding to the COVID-19 crisis, we know that many nonprofits need to staff up quickly to adequately serve their communities.
That's why we're leveraging our job board to help nonprofits providing essential services connect with talented and passionate nonprofit staff who suddenly find themselves out of work or underemployed.
Do you have openings you need to fill right away? Submit them today. We'll post the positions on our website and share them with our nonprofit email list and on our social media feeds including LinkedIn.
Not a member? No problem. We're waiving the fees for jobs that qualify as essential services under the current shelter-in-place order. Please choose the Member rate on the submission form.
And if you hear of any critical job needs that you think we should share, let us know that, too!