Employment Ads

Employment Ads

With the many changes taking place in the behavioral healthcare environment and the reconfiguration of agencies, many staff openings are becoming available, and many individuals are seeking positions. As a result, NJAMHAA has been offering this classified-ad service to both members and nonmembers: A fee for placing the posting and the cost of the communication has been paid for by the individual advertising the position.


Preferred Behavioral Health Group: Chief Financial Officer

Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Chief Financial Officer position is accountable for the financial operations of a not for profit behavioral health organization with an annual operating budget of $25 million and 400 employees celebrating 40 years of service in 2018. Responsibilities include the development of a financial and operational strategy, metrics tied to that strategy, and the ongoing development and monitoring of control systems designed to preserve Preferred Behavioral Health Group’s assets and report accurate financial results.

Send cover letter and CV to Dottie Kocak, Human Resources Director at Dkocak@PreferredBehavioral.org for further information.

Specific duties include the following:

• Oversee all accounting, billing and payroll operations along with its information management operations;
• Provide leadership to and accountability in ensuring that finance operations support the mission of the agency while also maintaining the financial welfare of the organization;
• Participate with the CEO and administrative team in preparing an annual plan and budget for the organization;
• Direct the development of operating, capital, government contracts and other grant proposal budgets with all the heads of all service divisions and program directors;
• Ensure compliance with all local, state and federal regulatory and funding requirements;
• Develop and maintain policies relating to finance and information management activities of the organization;
• Ensure that accounting, payroll and purchasing systems comply with local, state and federal requirements, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), Internal Controls and the reporting requirements of the agency;
• Oversee preparation and filing of the annual financials of the organization with regulatory agencies in a timely manner;
• Prepare and analyze monthly financial statements and provide briefings to the agency’s CEO, Finance Committee, Board of Directors and other key stakeholders;
• Work closely with the Chief Development Officer on all philanthropic activities;
• Serve as the agency’s primary representative on all financial matters with government and other funders, investors and the banking community;
• Represent the agency at public events and meetings at the request of the CEO;
• Utilize metrics and data driven approaches to identify opportunities for continuous performance improvement;

Desired Qualifications: The candidate Chief Financial Officer should have a master's degree in accounting, business administration, or equivalent business experience and at least 8 years of progressively responsible experience for a large nonprofit organization. Experience working with government grantors as well as working in a fee for service environment is essential.

Should have experience in partnering with an executive team and have a high level of written and oral communication skills. Strong supervisory skills necessary. Preference will be given to candidates with a master’s degree in finance or a related field. Knowledge of Traverse software and experience with an electronic health record is preferable. Salary commensurate with relevant experience. Send cover letter and CV to Dottie Kocak, Human Resources Director at Dkocak@PreferredBehavioral.org for further information.

Posted January 4, 2019


Multiple Opportunities at Legacy Treatment Services

Legacy Treatment Services offers a full continuum of services that aim to change the behavioral health and social service outcomes for people of all ages from surviving to thriving. With locations in 14 New Jersey Counties, Legacy is looking for qualified individuals in all aspects of service delivery and administration.

Positions eligible for benefits include medical/prescription, dental, vision, life insurance; medical & dependent care flexible spending accounts, paid time off, 403(b) participation and tuition reimbursement.

Below is a sample of some of the positions we are currently seeking qualified applicants for; click on the link for each position of interest.

Therapist (Mount Holly, NJ)
Part Time Youth Development Specialist (Pemberton, NJ)
Utility Worker (Mount Holly, NJ)
Food Service Worker (Mount Holly, NJ)
Residential Counselor (Various locations)|
Nurse Coordinator (Various locations)
Teacher of the Handicapped (Mount Holly, NJ)
Crisis Therapist (Berlin, NJ)
Community Support Specialist (Various locations)

Legacy Treatment Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer. To learn more about the agency and apply to available job opportunities, please visit our website at: www.legacytreatment.org

Posted December 17, 2018



JOB TITLE: Accounting Manager
STATUS: Full time Exempt

Nature of Work
Excellent opportunity (with a great deal of schedule flexibility) for a highly skilled professional to operate as a mentor/teacher to staff as well as a leader in our non-profit organization, which is well-known for having a caring culture with low turnover. The agency employs over 100 FTE staff, operates eighteen programs at eight locations with an AOB of $7.6m; and is funded through a number of Federal, State and County funding contracts and fee for service, third party payer revenue.

Reporting directly to the Executive Director, the Accounting Manager is responsible for running the daily operations of the agency’s accounting department and providing fiscal reports to internal/external stakeholders. This position will involve supervision of staff/students as well as active management of the multitude of programs/grants managed by the accounting department. The ideal individual will have a Bachelor’s degree in accounting as well as 5-10 years of non-profit accounting experience. The candidate must have strong communication and interpersonal skills, management experience and, of critical importance, is the ability to explain complex accounting topics to non-accountants.

• Bachelor’s degree in accounting required—no exceptions!
• Minimum of 5, but preferably 10 years of non-profit accounting experience required.
• Friendly personality with strong interpersonal skills.
• Ability/desire to explain technical accounting information to non-accountants.
• Presentation skills to present financial reports/data to clinical staff and answer questions.
• Capability to present reports to Board of Trustees during monthly evening meeting.
• Strong comfort with various types of technology (excel, outlook & database analysis).
• Knowledge of and high comfort level with accounting software—knowledge of Traverse by Applied Business Services is a plus.
• Previous management experience.

The Family Guidance Center of Warren County is a private not for profit agency dedicated to improving the quality of life of children and adults affected by problems related to mental illness, substance abuse, family conflict or emotional adjustment. More information about FGCWC can be found at our website: www.fgcwc.org.

Full benefits including paid time off, medical and dental insurance and retirement savings plan with match.


Interested applicants should send cover letter and resume to Michele Eichorn, Executive Director at meichorn@fgcwc.org

Posted December 12, 2018



Powered by EggZack.com