Job Opportunities & Training Programs

Licensed Vocational Nurse

Marin Treatment Center (MTC) is seeking two qualified applicants for a Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) to work on a new grant through the DHCS called the Hub & Spoke System (H&SS). This grant is focused on combating the opioid crisis in Marin County and California. This is a time-limited position based on the state grant funding over two years (possibly three years) with the expectation that the position will develop into a permanent position.

Marin Treatment Center (MTC) is a San Rafael based Medication Assisted Treatment program. We are a community based non-profit agency that primarily serves Marin County residents. Experience working in Medication Assisted Programs, (Buprenorphine, Methadone, Naltrexone, and Naloxone) and using Electronic Medical Records (Tower System) are highly desirable. Bilingual (Spanish/English) applicants are encouraged to apply.

Responsibilities include: 1. Dispensing medications 2.Maintaining medical clinic documentation 3. Record keeping 4. Performing needs assessments 5. Case Management 6. ASAM Assessments

Marin Treatment Center is and equal opportunity employer. Bilingual and Veterans are encouraged to apply. This position will remain open until the position is filled.

Job Type: Full-time

Full Benefits with and excellent vacation and health benefits package.

Salary: $60,000-$70,000 per year

Qualified applicants must email resumes with cover letter to office@mtcinc.org

Please do not contact MTC by telephone.

Masters Level Clinician

Marin Treatment Center (MTC), an outpatient behavioral health clinic, is currently hiring one full-time Masters level therapist or Social Worker to join our substance abuse treatment team to work on a new grant through the DHCS called the Hub & Spoke System (H&SS). This grant is focused on combating the opioid crisis in Marin County and California. This is a time limited position based on the state grant funding over two years (possibly three years) with the expectation that the position will develop into a permanent position. We are located in San Rafael and will be working with clinical agencies county wide. This position will work hand in hand with Spoke clinics offering medication assisted treatment for opioid dependency. We are seeking an MFT or MSW and provide clinical support and therapy for opioid dependent clients

The ideal candidate will have experience in providing substance abuse services in the harm reduction modality, though we are willing to train the right candidate. A dedication to working with underserved populations, dual-diagnosis experience and experience with electronic health records are highly desirable. English/Spanish bilingual candidates are encouraged to apply.

Responsibilities include providing individual therapy, caseload management, working collaboratively as part of a multidisciplinary team, and maintaining knowledge of local community resources. Full-time positions include health and dental benefits, exceptional paid leave and being part of a stellar, hardworking and professional team of healthcare providers are all benefits of coming to work at Marin Treatment Center.

Qualified applicants must email resumes with cover letter to office@mtcinc.org

Please do not contact MTC by telephone.

MTC is an equal opportunity employer: Bilingual speaking and Veterans are encouraged to apply

POSITION OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: 65,000 – 70,000 annually

 

 Internship and Post Doctorate Training Programs

Marin Treatment Center accepts post graduates (MSW, PhD, PsyD, MFTI’s gaining hours toward licensure) who are interested or experienced in the areas of chemical dependency assessment, drug addiction treatment and mental health treatment.  Applicants should be reasonably mature in the integration of compassion and assertion, personal and professional growth and clinical and administrative skills.  Marin Treatment Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation or preference, physical handicap, medical status (including, but not limited to, HIV status) or marital status for any applicant.

We approach treatment from a multi-disciplinary perspective, including medical, psychotherapeutic, family systems, social, behavioral and 12-Step intervention models.  The clinical orientation is a pragmatic integration of psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, systemic and existential-humanistic and transpersonal treatment philosophies.  Our intervention methods are individualized depending upon where a client is along the continuum of addiction and recovery.  Trainees have the varied opportunity to work with clients in the modalities of case management, crisis intervention, substance abuse education and prevention, addiction counseling, risk reduction and relapse prevention, psychotherapeutic treatment and women’s services.

If interested please feel free to contact our Clinical Director, Michelle Funez, LCSW at michelle@mtcinc.org or call (415) 526-8019 for more information.