Current Open Positions

Home of New Vision is a non-profit substance use and mental health services treatment provider, with locations in Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti and Jackson, Michigan. Home of New Vision has job opportunities available as described below:

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Full-time Case manager for our Jackson location

EXPECTATIONS: The employee will be available to clients/staff in arranging therapy and other services for clients. Must possess good time management skills, good judgment in evaluating of clients, ability to present in a professional manner at meetings and provide professional and appropriate feedback on client progress. Excellent written and verbal communication skills and have the ability to work independently and collaboratively. Have current working knowledge of laws pertaining to the field. Have strong organizational and documentation skills.

Responsibilities include:

  • Documentation in medical records, according to the policies and procedures of HNV.
  • Tracking services for reports
  • Coordination with places and programs providing client services
  • Maintains necessary licensing and certification requirements for credentialing.
  • Providing aftercare planning and follow-up services.
  • Prepares written reports.
  • Providing community case management
  • Coordinating client appointments and transportation as needed.
  • Participates in general staff activities (i.e. staff meetings and clinical case consultation).
  • Participates in performance reviews as appropriate.
  • Other duties as assigned by Clinical and/or Associate Clinical Director (s) or Program Manager.

 

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS: BSW or other human services related bachelor’s level degree is required. No exceptions can be made.

Home of New Vision is seeking a part-time (26 to 28 hours per week) Program Assistant in our Women’s and Family Program.

Job responsibilities are:

  • Transporting, in a company van, female clients and their children from their homes, to our main office and home again.
  • Providing babysitting for client’s children while their mothers are in therapy.
  • Assisting the lead therapist and team with administrative duties as assigned.
  • Paperwork is required including accurately filling out travel logs and writing brief reports about the children’s activities while the mother is in therapy.

 

The successful candidate must be able to pass a background check and have an acceptable driving record, and they must provide a copy of their driving record before beginning work. The preferred candidate will have child care experience or be in training to become a childcare provider. Previous experience transporting or driving commercially is also strongly preferred. People considering applying for this position should be aware that there is a high degree of confidentiality involved and that a high degree of personal judgment must be exercised while performing their duties. This is not a therapeutic position and emphasis is placed on the safety and well-being of the clients during transportation and child care. Candidates must be willing to have activities monitored by “nanny cam”.

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Full-time Clinical Therapist

This position functions as a clinician in the substance use disorder treatment program (s).

EXPECTATIONS: The employee will provide therapy, be available to clients/staff in arranging therapy and other services for clients. Must possess good time management and documentation skills, good judgment in evaluating of clients, ability to present in a professional manner at meetings and provide professional and appropriate feedback on client progress. Excellent written and verbal communication skills and have the ability to work independently and collaboratively. Have current working knowledge of laws pertaining to the field. Experience providing assessment and individual sessions strongly preferred.

Responsibilities include:

  • Documentation in medical records, according to the policies and procedures of HNV.
  • Tracking services for billing reports.
  • Maintains necessary licensing and certification requirements for credentialing.
  • Provides 1:1 therapeutic services for SUD and co-occurring clients in either the outpatient or Residential setting.
  • Individual therapy.
  • Group therapy.
  • Aftercare planning and follow-up services.
  • Prepares written reports.
  • Coordinating transportation as needed.
  • Provide intake and assessment for new clients.
  • Participates in general staff activities (i.e. staff meetings and clinical case consultation).
  • Other duties as assigned by Clinical and/or Associate Clinical Director (s)

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS: LLMSW or LMSW (other counseling credentials may be considered on a case by case basis) with a CAADC or willingness to file a plan.  A Master’s level degree is required.

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Part-time Program Assistants in our Engagement Center program

Duties include:

  • Client Supervision
  • Vital signs
  • Meal Preparation
  • Charting
  • Driving or picking up clients in limited circumstances
  • Answering telephones
  • Assisting with laundry
  • Cleaning
  • Other duties as assigned

 

People in recovery must have 2 years of recovery and are encouraged to apply.

Experience working in a recovery setting or similar facility preferred. A willingness to assist clients

In early recovery or who may be intoxicated at the time of admission, is required. Must be willing to obtain CPR certification (at companies’ expense) within 30 days of hire.

Must be sensitive to client needs, willingness to abide by agency guidelines, have the ability to learn and

use electronic health records. A valid Driver License with an acceptable driving record as well as the

ability to pass a background check, are also requirements of the position.  The ability to climb stairs and

carry on the physical requirements of assisting and lifting individuals on occasion or emergency situation is required. This is an excellent opportunity for both undergrad and graduate social work students. People with 2 years of recovery who are working an active recovery program are encouraged to apply. This position is part-time, 24 to 28 hours per week with occasional weekend and holidays (holiday shifts are paid at time and a half).

 

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One full-time and one part-time Peer Recovery Coach

The Peer Recovery Coach will work with people as part of the Rapid Opiate Outreach Team. This position requires work both inside and outside of normal business hours and the willingness to be on call to go to the emergency room, often during nighttime and overnight hours. The successful candidate must be willing to go to meet with clients in emergency rooms who have been brought there for treatment after an opiate overdose. The ideal candidate will be CCAR trained or have other applicable training in peer recovery coaching; be in long-term (at least 2 years) recovery from a substance use disorder and have the ability and willingness to meet clients at whatever stage they are in while assisting them in their recovery journey. The candidate must be open to a “multiple pathways” philosophy of recovery. The nature of this position requires that the Peer Recovery Coach have a driver license and willingness to transport clients.  Because of the collaborative nature of this position, successful candidates must possess good judgment, poise under stressful conditions, and the ability to form a quick connection with clients while maintaining a professional relationship with collaborators, emergency room personnel and co-workers.  The successful candidate (s) will have:

  • Willingness to go to emergency rooms to provide peer support to people who are there due to an opiate overdose during the day, at night and overnight as needed.
  • Taking/placing phone calls from/to people in need of support
  • Follow up with clients
  • Ability to perform their work independently
  • Have good judgment in regard to seeking direction
  • Be able to present professionally to the staff at local emergency rooms and community resources, while still advocating for their clients
  • Have skill in making immediate connections with clients
  • Excellent advocacy skills
  • A knowledge of local resources
  • Be flexible and committed
  • The candidate must also be comfortable with documentation and have average computer skills in order to perform the duties of the position.

 

Home of New Vision provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, or veteran status. In addition to federal law requirements, Home of New Vision complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall and transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training. Employment is contingent on an acceptable background check and employment references. Confirmation of credentials applicable to the position is also a condition of employment.  People with at least 2-years of consecutive recovery, are encouraged to apply.

Full-time employees receive an excellent benefits package that includes no cost to the employee: health, dental, vision, long-term disability, and life insurance for themselves and their children. Other benefits include paid holidays and paid vacation.