Join the team of professionals at a nationally recognized substance use disorder treatment facility. Tully Hill Treatment and Recovery is dedicated to the belief that substance use disorder is a disease – chronic, progressive and above all, treatable. Established in 1990 Tully Hill is a 50-bed Inpatient detox, rehabilitation and Outpatient facility dedicated to providing treatment for substance use disorders.
LPN – Responsible for coordination and administration of patient care in accordance with CARF standards, NYS OASAS regulations and other State and Federal regulations. Job duties include medication administration and documentation, performing skilled nursing functions within scope of practice, providing patient education in individual and group settings, conducting patient and luggage searches, and other assigned duties. Part time or per diem. Day or evening shifts. Some weekend availability required.
Team-oriented individuals with the ability to work in a fast-paced environment, strong written and verbal communication skills and computer skills required. Valid NYS LPN license and CPR certification required upon hire. Demonstrable knowledge of substance use disorders and 12-step philosophy preferred but not required. Previous work experience in an electronic medical record environment preferred.
Tully Hill Treatment and Recovery, a 501c3 not-for profit corporation, is mission driven and follows a business model. Tully Hill offers a high energy, compassionate, professional environment in a beautiful well maintained property. Salary is commensurate with experience and education/credentials. Comprehensive benefits include health insurance, 401(k) plan, vacation, sick and personal time, voluntary dental insurance, voluntary disability insurance and voluntary life insurance.
It is the policy of Tully Hill Corporation to provide equal employment opportunities to all applicants and employees without regard to race, color, citizenship status, religion, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, age, national origin, status as an individual with a disability or as a disabled and/or Vietnam Era veteran or any other legally protected status and to affirmatively seek to advance the principles of equal employment opportunity.