MCCA is a growing organization and is consistently ranked as one of the top-rated large substance abuse organizations in the State of Connecticut. We welcome diversity and encourage bilingual/bicultural individuals to apply. The following positions are open.
FT Medical Director - Psychiatrist
MCCA is seeking a Medical Director, a Physician licensed in Connecticut who is eligible to be certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, ideally certified in addiction medicine. The Medical Director will provide leadership of the MCCA treatment teams in evaluating, planning and delivering a comprehensive recovery program for Outpatient and Residential Programs. Provide psychiatric evaluations, consultation, interdisciplinary team clinical leadership and medication management as needed. Review and analyze treatment planning of clinical staff.
Provide multidisciplinary treatment team clinical leadership. Supervision of MCCA Nurse Practitioners who provide psychiatric evaluations, medication management and treatment planning.
Ensuring compliance by treatment team of adherence to best practices as well as State and Federal Regulations.
Work in conjunction with the MCCA Senior Management Team, as well as the Residential and Outpatient Program Directors.
All other duties as assigned by President.
Education, Training & Credentials
- MD or DO Degree
- Licensed to practice in the State of CT
- Board Certified in Psychiatry
- Board Certification in Addiction preferred
- Must be familiar with the medication complications in treating substance abuse, co-occurring disordered and mentally ill clients.
Qualified candidates should submit letter of intent and resume to Human Resources. In your subject line, please reference Medical Director Click here to Email your resume.
Per Diem APRN Detox: Danbury
The APRN (Advanced Practice Nurse) will perform comprehensive problem-focused history and physical exams, interpret and correlate laboratory and diagnostic procedures. Synthesize data from multiple sources to assists in making a diagnosis. Interpret and correlate subjective and objective data when formulating a working diagnosis. Formulate a treatment plan. Implement therapeutic intervention for clients admitted to the program. Exercise judgment on problems requiring consultation, referral and/or further evaluation and work in close collaboration with the Medical Director and attending Physician, as well as provide guidance and direction to RNs. Major Responsibilities
- Performing comprehensive history and physical examinations.
- Initial MSE.
- Order appropriate laboratory or diagnostic procedures.
- Order, receive and review laboratory reports and relevant lab tests/procedures in order to diagnose or manage patient condition.
- The APRN practices as a member of the multi-disciplinary team and consults with members of other health professions as appropriate in order to ensure client health care needs are met.
- Implement strategies to promote health with clients.
- Initiate and manage client care within his/her scope of practice.
- Comply with all federal, state and funding regulatory requirements.
- Maintain client confidentiality pursuant to Federal, State and HIPAA regulations.
- Accurate and timely coordination/completion of assignments as directed by the Medical Director and/or VP of Behavioral Health.
Minimum Qualifications: Education, Training & Credentials
- MSN degree from an accredited college
- Current State of Connecticut RN and APRN license or PA license
- Familiarity with the medical complications in treating substance abuse, co-occurring and mentally ill clients.
*New APRN and PA Graduates are welcomed to apply. Interested qualified candidates should submit letter of intent and resume to Human Resources at 203-748-2604. In your subject line, please reference Job #Per-Diem-APRN Click here to Email your resume. Please do not telephone or contact directly, only resumes submitted by fax or email will be considered.
FT Substance Use Disorder Technicians: Sharon, Kent, and Danbury
MCCA, Inc. a premium Behavioral Health Services Organization seeks Full-time Substance Use Disorder Technicians for 2nd, 3rd, and/or weekend shifts.
General Statement of Duties:
The Substance Use Disorder Technician is accountable for the monitoring and well-being of all admitted clients as well as handles administrative functions and maintains the security of the facility.
Responsible for security and safety of all clients, building(s) and grounds.
In some programs it may be required to facilitate initial procedures for admission, including completion of required intake forms, releases, collection of initial assessment and recommendations for treatment planning. Input and check data entry. Handle administrative and clerical duties as assigned by management.
Monitor all client activity and behavior and report all abnormalities to supervisor.
Conduct hourly checks of building(s) and grounds during the shift to assure safety rules and regulations are being adhered to and all facility systems are running and properly documented; i.e., refrigeration and heating. Document pertinent information related to the facility operations.
Responsible for monitoring the self-administration of client medication, documentation, medication count and the prescribing physician’s orders – date, dosage; monitor any changes thereof.
Provide excellent client services and respect clients’ rights; adhering to confidentiality according to state and federal guidelines/regulations, as well as remain familiar with MCCA’s policies and procedures.
Document all pertinent information related to clients’ assessment, evaluation, admission and discharge. Observe and monitor clients on an on-going basis.
Ensure shift coverage that may require occasional mandatory overtime.
All other duties as assigned by management.
Minimum Qualifications: Education, Training and Credentials:
Must possess a minimum of a High School Diploma and/or GED with two years of experience working with substance disorder field, behavioral health, or healthcare field.
Prefer two years college with DARC, Sociology, Psychology, Criminal Justice or Human Services background and/or Medical Assistance/CNA Certification Program and one year of experience working with substance disorder field, behavioral health, or healthcare field.
Computer proficiency in Microsoft office preferred.
Electronic medical records systems experience a plus.
Position requires working 2nd 3rd, and/or weekend shifts.
Bilingual (Spanish) abilities a plus.
Recent Medical Assistants, CNAs, and Associates Degree graduates in Psychology, Sociology, Biology, Criminal Justice, human services or healthcare administration are welcomed to apply.
*Competitive Benefits and Compensation Package
Interested qualified candidates should submit letter of intent and resume to Human Resource:
Please email your resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
At MCCA our mission is to provide HELP and instill HOPE for individuals and families working to overcome addiction. If you share this belief and would like the chance to help foster our mission, we invite you to learn more about becoming a part of our caring team.
MCCA is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c) 3 non-profit community-based organization.
38 Old Ridgebury Rd, Danbury, CT 06810