Current Open Positions

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Care Navigator-Women’s Specialty Program

This position is located in Ann Arbor, Michigan: Home of New Vision is seeking a Care Navigator to work with pregnant and parenting women who are seeking recovery from a substance use disorder. The primary role is to serve as an advocate for the participants as they interact with other services and referral agencies (OB, hospital, NICU staff, medicated assisted treatment providers, DHHS) and providing support and guidance during pregnancy and postnatal parenting. The ideal candidate will have the ability and willingness to meet clients at whatever stage they are in, while assisting them in their recovery journey. Knowledge about medication assisted treatment for addiction (especially in pregnant women), familiarity with opiate/opioid addiction (as well as other addictive disorders) and experience working with medical health care providers, in hospital settings, and with pregnant women, as well as having a high level of confidence and professionalism when interacting with healthcare providers, is greatly desired. Specific duties include (but are not limited to):

  • Communication on client’s history to hospital labor and delivery, OB/GYN and primary care
  • Attendance at OB appointments
  • Communication with all of the participants providers and all essential social staff
  • Act as the participants advocate
  • Coordinate (or provide) educational sessions
  • Assistance with reducing barriers
  • Serve as a coach and role model for positive communication, conflict resolution and help participant build skill to better advocate for themselves and their children in the future
  • Outreach to agencies and places where pregnant and parenting women in need of services might be found

The candidate must be open to a “multiple pathways” philosophy of recovery. The nature of this position requires that the care navigator have a driver license and willingness to transport clients. At times, duties will be performed outside of normal 

business hours (which may entail going to local emergency rooms to meet clients, attendance at delivery in special circumstances, meeting with clients who are in crisis or taking phone calls for people in need of support). The candidate must also be comfortable with documentation and have excellent computer skills in order to perform the duties of the position. Please respond with a cover letter and resume. Please explain previous experience and why you think that you would be a good fit for this position.

LMSW or LLMSW preferred. Other counseling degrees considered, RN’s and BSW’s w/ experience considered.

This position offers a full benefit package at no cost to the employee for themselves and their children, including: health, dental, vision, life insurance, vacation and holiday pay.

Job Type: Full-time


Peer Recovery Coach-Women’s Specialty Program

This position is located in Ann Arbor, Michigan: Home of New Vision is seeking a Peer Recovery Coach to work with people in or who are seeking, recovery from a substance use disorder. The ideal candidate will be CCAR trained or have other applicable training in peer recovery coaching; preference given to people 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. This position works specifically with parenting women and preference will be given to people with parenting experience. 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. At times, duties will be performed outside of normal business hours (which may entail going to local emergency rooms to meet with people in crisis or taking phone calls for people in need of support). The candidate must also be comfortable with documentation and have average computer skills in order to perform the duties of the position. Please respond with a cover letter and resume. Please explain previous experience and why you think that you would be a good fit for this position.

Job Type: Part-time


Peer Recovery Coach

This position is located in Ann Arbor, Michigan: Home of New Vision is seeking a Peer Recovery Coach to work with people in or who are seeking, recovery from a substance use disorder. 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. At times, duties will be performed outside of normal business hours (which may entail going to local emergency rooms to meet with people in crisis or taking phone calls for people in need of support). The candidate must also be comfortable with documentation and have average computer skills in order to perform the duties of the position. Please respond with a cover letter and resume. Please explain previous experience and why you think that you would be a good fit for this position.

Job Type: Part-time


Peer Recovery Coach-Women’s Specialty Program

This position is located in Ann Arbor, Michigan: Home of New Vision is seeking a Peer Recovery Coach to work with people in or who are seeking, recovery from a substance use disorder. The ideal candidate will be CCAR trained or have other applicable training in peer recovery coaching; preference given to people 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. This position works specifically with parenting women and the program requires that the chosen candidate be a parent. 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. At times, duties will be performed outside of normal business hours (which may entail going to local emergency rooms to meet with people in crisis or taking phone calls for people in need of support). The candidate must also be comfortable with documentation and have average computer skills in order to perform the duties of the position. Please respond with a cover letter and resume. Please explain previous experience and why you think that you would be a good fit for this position.

This position offers a full benefit package at no cost to the employee for themselves and their children, including: health, dental, vision, life insurance, vacation and holiday pay.

Job Type: Full-time


Program Assistance-Residential/Detox

This position is located in Ann Arbor, Michigan: The program assistant is responsible for performing a range of direct services to clients at the Residential/Detox Program in Ann Arbor. Two positions are available. Holiday hours will be required on a rotating basis. Key duties include: client supervision, vital signs, meal preparation, charting, non-therapeutic group meetings, driving clients to community support group meetings, answering telephones, assisting with laundry, cleaning, and other duties as assigned. Experience working in a recovery setting or similar facility preferred. A willingness to assist clients in early recovery is required. Must be willing to obtain CPR/First Aid certification 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. Work is performed in a typical 2-story home, so the ability to climb stairs and carry on the physical requirements of assisting and lifting individuals on occasion or emergency situation is required. This position is part-time, 20 to 24 per week with some weekend and holiday (holiday shifts are paid at time and a half) shifts included. THIS IS A MIDNIGHT POSITION. No guarantee is made that transfer to another shift will become available. 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.

Job Type: Part-time