Career Opportunities

Do you have the energy, talent, ambition and passion for working with others to ensure a legacy of health - one family at a time? If your answer is yes, then you should think about career opportunities with the Consortium. As a leader in our field, our goal is to hire well-qualified, highly skilled employees, and to provide them with a supportive work environment. We believe that each employee has a critical role to play not only in the lives of the families we serve, but in the successful outcomes they achieve.

If you have the potential and desire to meet these high standards and to help the Consortium meets its objectives, please review our career opportunities for one that best fits you.

We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class.

Current Employment Opportunities:

Data Analyst   

 

We are seeking a full time Data Analyst to work under the supervision of the Director of Data and Evaluation. The Data Analyst provides support with project coordination, data management, and data analysis for all assigned evaluation and quality improvement activities. They are responsible for general project coordination, including managing data collection, data entry, coding, and basic analyses. Additionally, the assistant will provide technical evaluation support to project stakeholders and adhere to IRB protocols and HIPAA compliance when required. They will work independently in processing data requests and annual reports and will assist with the preparation of grant applications, stakeholder meetings, and program evaluation. They will also be responsible for basic administrative tasks and other duties as assigned.

qualified applicant should have a Master’s degree in public health, education, or other social science field; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. The applicant should also have intermediate knowledge of SPSS or SAS, intermediate skills with MS Access, MS Excel, MS Word, and MS PowerPoint; knowledge of statistical analysis techniques, research methods, and basic research/technical writing skills. Experience evaluating social programs, excellent communication skills and the ability to travel throughout the state. Knowledge of maternal and child health issues are a plus. If you are interested in this position please email your cover letter with salary requirements and resume.

 

Health Consultant 

 

We are seeking Health Consultants to provide information, guidance and technical assistance to child care providers regarding health and safety of children in the child care setting.  Health Consultants activities range from answering specific questions and providing telephone support, to scheduling regular on-site consultation visits and staff training.  The goal of a health consultant is to promote optimal health and safety in child care settings based on the National Health and Safety Standards in the Child Care and Development Block Grant (CCDBG) Reauthorization.

A qualified applicant will have a Bachelor of Science in Nursing or related field i.e. Psychology, Social Work, or any other field related to child growth and development.  The applicant will have knowledge of pediatric health care and child development, public health principles, local community resources, and state child care licensing regulations.  The consultant should also have experience working with individuals at various educational levels, strong skills in cultural awareness, communication, and problem solving. The consultants will provide technical assistance to child care centers regionally throughout all 21 counties which will require the ability to travel throughout designated regions (North, North Central, Central or Southern). If you are interested in this position please email your cover letter and resume.

Perinatal Opioid Addictions Specialist

 

We are seeking a full time (Monday- Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm) Perinatal Opioid Addiction Specialists to develop and provide opioid education programming focused on Obstetric Care for Women with Opioid Use Disorder. Education will address maternal Prevention, Recognition, Response and Reporting and provide education so that patients and families, as well as clinicians and non-clinicians in health systems, clinical settings, and provider settings are educated and prepared to respond to the opioid public health crisis.  The Specialist will work in collaboration with statewide Risk Reductions Specialist to establish prenatal, intrapartum and postpartum clinical pathways for women with opioid use disorder that incorporates care coordination among multiple providers. This grant position is scheduled to end June 30, 2018.

Candidates should one of the following qualifications:

Master’s Degree prepared registered nurse (RN) with a current license issued by the New Jersey Board of Nursing or Social Worker (SW) with a New Jersey social work license/certification and A license as a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LCADC) issued by the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs. Certification as a Perinatal Addiction Specialist (CPAS) preferred or;

Registered Nurse with a current license issued by the New Jersey Board of Nursing and Certification in Addiction (CARN) by the Addiction Nursing Certification; or a Bachelor’s Degree prepared individual with a license as a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor and at least 2 years of experience in addiction servicesor or;  

Registered Nurse with current license issued by the New Jersey Board of Nursing with Certification Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC) issued by the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs; or a Bachelor’s Degree prepared individual with Certification Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC); with at least 2 year of experience in addiction services.

Candidates will have a minimum of three (3) years’ experience in community-based substance abuse prevention work and education.  Mastery of public speaking, experience with organizing and conducting trainings for professionals and consumers preferred.  Interested candidates should send cover letter and resume

 

Perinatal Opioid Addictions- Project Director


The Perinatal Opioid Addictions Project Director supervises the implementation and evaluation of the statewide initiative to address the need for healthcare provider education related to perinatal opioid addiction. The Project director will lead a team of Perinatal Opioid Addictions Specialists in developing programming focused on Obstetric Care for Women with Opioid Use Disorder.  Education will address maternal Prevention, Recognition, Response and Reporting and provide education so that patients and families, as well as clinicians and non-clinicians in health systems, clinical settings, and provider settings are educated and prepared to respond to the opioid public health crisis. This grant position is scheduled to end June 30, 2018

Candidates should have one of the following qualifications:

Master’s Degree prepared registered nurse (RN) with a current license issued by the New Jersey Board of Nursing or Social Worker (SW) with a New Jersey social work license/certification and A license as a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LCADC) issued by the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs. Certification as a Perinatal Addiction Specialist (CPAS) preferred or; 

Registered Nurse with a current license issued by the New Jersey Board of Nursing and Certification in Addiction (CARN) by the Addiction Nursing Certification or Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC) issued by the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs; or a Bachelor’s Degree prepared individual with a license as a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor and at least 2 years of experience in addiction services. 

Minimum of two (3) years of experience in the field of maternal and child health and/or substance abuse prevention, intervention or treatment is required. At least one (1) year of supervisory experience, specialized training and experience in Perinatal addiction required. Experience in planning, policy development and interpretation, and evaluation of programs preferred. Experience organizing and conducting training and education programs. Interested candidates should send cover letter and resume.


 

 If you are interested in one of the listed positions, please click here to email your cover letter and resume to Jocelyn Claudio, Director of Human Resources.