Counselor: Full Time, 37.5 hours per week + benefits. Schedule determined by the needs of the clinic. Provide group counseling to patients receiving Medication for Opioid Use Disorder (MOUD) through comprehensive, recovery-oriented and trauma-informed treatment planning and implementation. Meet weekly with Clinical Supervisor and/or Program Director to review caseloads, for clinical supervision and professional development. Participate in weekly treatment team and staff meetings to review patient treatment plans. Facilitate patient interventions and agency initiatives. Attendance is punctual and reliable, and necessary absences are planned in advance. Professional Requirements: Minimum requirements for Counselor I: BA or BS in Human Services + active pursuit of CAC/CADC certification, or Associates Degree + CAC/CADC certification. Minimum requirements for Counselor II: BA or BS + CAC/CADC certification + experience.
Research Assistant for Yale School of Medicine Clinical Research Program Conducted at APT Foundation, New Haven CT: Full Time, 37.5 hours per week, benefit eligible. Hours determined by the needs of the project. Anticipated end date of July 2021. This position may be ideal for a recent graduate who wishes to build up relevant work experience prior to applying for medical or graduate school. Under the direct supervision of the Project Director, the RA will act as the subject recruiter and interviewer for studies examining sleep among patients with opioid use disorder. The RA prepares data from these interviews for statistical analyses and project reports. The RA coordinates implementation and tracking of research study procedures. Professional Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in psychology, science, or related field; excellent verbal and written skills; ability to communicate clearly; extensive computer skills, including all basic skills (email, internet browser, word processing and spreadsheets), database and statistical skills; excellent organizational skills; commitment to human services research and client population; punctuality and positive work ethic; excellent interpersonal skills and an ability to multitask. Willingness and ability to travel to participants’ homes or medical settings to conduct research-related tasks. Flexibility with work schedule to meet study
Staff Nurse (LPN) Position – Central Medical Unit: Full Time, 37.5 hours per week + benefits. Schedule determined by clinic needs. Under the direct supervision of the Nurse Supervisor, the Staff Nurse serves as a member of a multidisciplinary team, providing services to patients in the Central Medical Unit. Must have blood draw experience and be Phlebotomy certified. Professional Requirements: The ideal candidate must possess current and valid licensure as an LPN and Phlebotomy certification. Prior experience in the mental health and/or substance abuse field preferred.
Staff Nurse Position – Outpatient Setting / Outpatient and Department of Corrections (DOC): Full Time, 37.5 hours per week + benefits. Schedule determined by clinic needs. Will include some weekends. Under the direct supervision of the Nurse Supervisor, the Staff Nurse serves as a member of a multidisciplinary team, providing services to DOC patients receiving Medication for Opioid Use Disorder (MOUD). Attendance is punctual and reliable, and necessary absences must be planned in advance. In addition, the ideal candidate must be willing to work in a high stress environment, must be able to manage multiple competing tasks, and demonstrate competency as a collaborative team member. Professional Requirements: The ideal candidate must possess current and valid licensure as an RN. Experienced LPN will be considered with a minimum of 3 years in mental health and/or substance misuse necessary. Must have a valid CT Driver’s License. Must be ready to work as part of our DOC team, including eligibility for all DOC requirements including passing their background check.
Patient Care Associate (PCA) Positions – Residential Setting: Full time 37.5 hours per week + benefits. 2nd shift schedule, 3-11 including weekends. Under the general supervision of the Program Director and Residential Coordinator, this is a front line position maintaining appropriate patient traffic flow within the residential setting, including but not limited to: greeting and checking in all patients, providing appropriate diagnostic tests as required by staff, and entering data into APT’s patient clinical management system. Must be comfortable administering urinalysis tests. Professional Requirements: Associates Degree or 2 years post-secondary education, or equivalent combination of training and education.
The APT Foundation maintains an active pool of candidates by accepting resumes for all positions on an ongoing basis.
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Dr. Tetrault receives Macy Foundation Award
Jeanette Tetrault, MD, staff physician at CMU and Associate Professor of Medicine At Yale University School of Medicine has been received the Macy Foundation Faculty Scholars Award. The award recognizes the work of innovative educators in medicine and nursing. Macy Faculty Scholars are selected for having demonstrated innovation in health professions education and because they…
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APT held Dancing Mindfulness training for staff the week of September 18, 2017. Staff and patients involved with the training all reported a very positive experience. Dancing Mindfulness groups will be added to all clinic group schedules soon!
APT’s 6th Annual Fundraiser Gala
APT hosted its annual Fundraiser Gala at the picturesque Owenego Inn in Branford on Thursday evening, September 14, 2017. Entertainment was provided by Joni Madden and Andy Cutic and the evening featured live and silent auctions.
APT HOSTS ITS ANNUAL CLIENT SCHOLARSHIP AWARD CEREMONY
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