Employment Ads

Employment Ads


Meeting and Events Planner


The New Jersey Association of Mental Health and Addiction Agencies, a non-profit trade association near Trenton, NJ, has a unique opportunity for employment of a multi-faceted, dynamic, technical self-starter to enhance our organizational goals to provide a greater level of service to our customers and stakeholders. This candidate should be enthusiastic, flexible, customer service oriented, able to take initiative, detailed oriented, very organized and able to work under tight time constraints.

Must be comfortable call calling for sponsorship opportunities and selling exhibit space.


Responsible for planning, coordinating, and marketing all activities and managing logistics for conferences, workshops, trainings and other events of the IT Project and Association, including sales and marketing for both virtual and in-person events (post-pandemic).


Core duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

SITE: Duties consist of site research and inspection; price negotiations; develops break even report; menu selection and count; room set-up, including all audio visual needs; submit sleeping room blocks; handle all special events and billing arrangements once pandemic restrictions are lifted.

SPEAKERS/TRAINERS: Confirms speakers/trainers; obtains speaker/trainer information sheets; generates program and bios; sends invitation, confirmation and thank you letters; obtains handout materials for copying; makes all necessary signs and name tents; provides evaluations of workshops from the evaluation forms for all Association events. Arranges for copies of presentations to be copied to flash drives if received prior to event, and if flash drives are sponsored by an external vendor.

BROCHURES: Provides administrative support with developing the initial program; works with other staff to format the design and layout of the brochure, and other marketing materials; Saves all created brochures on network, and sends out emails and postal mailings.

VENDORS: Sends out vendor invitation and registration; cold calls for sales of sponsorships; sends out confirmation letters; obtains door prizes; develops exhibition guide; and sends out thank you letters with the participation listing.

DATABASE: Establishes each function in CVent Meetings as well as Eventbrite; inputs registrations daily; generates reports; matched with accounting and registration log; and issues CEU’s (Social Work and Certified Counselors). Utilizes Membership Directory and assists with updates and changes as assigned.

ATTENDEES: Copies hand-out materials; tracks invoices that are unpaid; sends out confirmation letters with directions; orders all necessary items; makes telephone calls and sends emails to generate interest; develops registration packets and badges; answers all questions pertaining to the conference; fills all requests and sends out attendance letters when needed; develops and mails CEU certificates.

EVENT: Provides detailed budget of projected expenses and revenue for each event and presents to the President and Chief Executive Officer, Vice President of Information Technology, Human Resources and Administrative Services and the Chief Financial Officer. Makes certain the event runs smoothly by setting-up and overseeing the registration, process, directs all the vendors, meets with hotel personnel; checks room set-ups; inspects AV equipment; coordinates special events; answers questions and handles any problem that may arise.

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS: A very complicated process, this position is responsible for submitting application packets to other entities such as the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) or the Association of Social Worker Board (ASWB) to obtain approval for offering CEU’s to attendees at events.

Works with Vice President of Information Technology, Human Resources and Administrative Services to develop more membership and council revenue and to do extensive outreach for sponsors, vendors, and advertisers for program books and other publications.

Masters various software applications, such as Cvent – Event Registration Software, GoMembers and GoMembers Connect, Survey Monkey, EventBrite Event platform, MS Word, Excel and Outlook, and participates in meetings as assigned.

Cross trains other staff members and assists co-workers when needed.

Assists the President and Chief Executive Officer and Vice President of Information Technology, Human Resources and Administrative Services with administrative duties such as typing, filing, and copying.

Acts as backup to the Administrative Assistant as needed.

Creates project schedules and acts as the liaison to keep them on track.

Submits weekly activity reports to the President and Chief Executive Officer.


  • A Bachelor’s degree desired; experience may be considered equivalent.
  • Two to five years’ experience in meeting planning for an organization.
  • Excellent written and verbal skills. Proven ability to communicate well in person and in writing.
  • Strong interpersonal skills. Must have ability to work as a team member and independently.
  • Record of reliability and attendance.
  • Should be enthusiastic, flexible, customer service oriented, able to take initiative, detailed oriented, very organized and able to work under tight time constraints.
  • Must have a valid NJ Driver’s license and your own transportation *Post COVID pandemic requirement.

Related keywords: events, conference planner

Job Type: Full-time

Starts at $47,000 for someone with at least 2 years experience in a corporate meeting environment...not coming from the hotel or venue side of the business.


  • 401(k) matching
  • Dental insurance
  • Employee assistance program
  • Health insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Paid time off



  • 8 hour shift
    Hybrid working environment - work from home or at the office.


COVID-19 considerations:
NJAMHAA Currently has 99% of staff working remotely from their homes. All CDC Guidelines are followed; COVID screenings are in place for those who need to report to the office. Temperature devices are installed and strict sanitizing procedures in place.


  • CVENT SOFTWARE: 1 year (Required)


Work Location:

  • One location
  • Venue when we return to live events. All in New Jersey. No out of state travel.


This Job Is:

  • A job for which military experienced candidates are encouraged to apply
  • Open to applicants who do not have a college diploma
  • Company's website: www.njamhaa.org


Benefit Conditions:

  • Waiting period may apply


Work Remotely:

  • Temporarily due to COVID-19


COVID-19 Precaution(s):

  • Remote interview process
  • Personal protective equipment provided or required
  • Temperature screenings
  • Social distancing guidelines in place
  • Virtual meetings
  • Sanitizing, disinfecting, or cleaning procedures in place


Click the link below to apply:



Associate Program Director - LCSW - Family and Children's Services, Inc.

The Associate Program Director provides effective clinical and administrative supervision to program staff, including case managers, coordinators, and licensed clinicians working in contracted programs funded through New Jersey’s Division of Child Protection and Permanency (DCPP), and Union County Youth Services Commission. Programs include in-home Family Stabilization, Parent/Child Visitation, therapeutic services for juvenile justice system-involved youth, and other family strengthening initiatives. The person in this position works collaboratively with agency staff and external stakeholders, including State and County personnel, to ensure the agency meets contractual obligations while maintaining the highest quality of clinical services. Additionally, with the support of agency leadership, this position will provide an individual with an opportunity to use and strengthen clinical supervisory skills, while gaining non-profit program management experience and training.



  • Supervise direct service staff to grow their clinical knowledge base
  • Supervise program coordinators (i.e. supervisors in training) as they increase their administrative and program coordination skills
  • Monitor staff caseloads, staffing needs, and challenging cases, and with Director of Clinical Operations’ support, effectively address issues
  • Conduct case reviews with staff during weekly supervision or more frequently if clinically indicated
  • Review, analyze, and approve treatment summaries, court reports and all chart materials
  • Complete an annual written job performance assessment for all assigned direct care staff
  • Ensure that assigned direct care staff are kept abreast of all Agency Performance Improvement initiatives
  • Provide direct service to clients on an occasional, ad-hoc basis
  • Participate in case conferences as clinically indicated or as indicated in program contracts
  • Work collaboratively with the agency Quality Assurance Coordinator during regular chart reviews, Quality Assurance, and Utilization Review activities
  • Participate in weekly Clinical Supervisory team QA meetings
  • Provide emergency on-call coverage to manage case crises and assist staff in responding to clinical crises
  • Work closely with referral sources, including personnel from DCPP and Youth Services
  • Assure compliance with all agency policies and procedures and all applicable licensing standards



  • Master’s degree in Social Work or counseling and LCSW certification
  • Licensed Clinical Supervisor Certification
  • Minimum of two (2) years direct service supervisory experience in related agency or service areas
  • Familiarity Experience with New Jersey’s child welfare system preferred
  • Ability to manage multiple programs simultaneously
  • Experience using Electronic Health Records, government web-based tools (e.g. NJ Spirit), and other related technologies
  • Minimum of two (2) years’ experience implementing quality assurance processes, including assessments, chart reviews, and adherence to federal, state and local regulations
  • Demonstrated ability to build and maintain strong relationships with key stakeholders
  • High-attention to detail is required
  • All candidates will be required to show valid proof of full vaccination for COVID-19 before commencing work, unless they receive an approved reasonable accommodation from Family and Children’s Services.


Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $70,000.00 - $80,000.00 per year

Application: https://fac00-jobs.ehcm.io/position/2

Contact: hr@facsnj.org

Posted March 11, 2022



Rutgers University Integrated Substance Use Disorder Training Program (RUISTP) Announces One-Year Fellowship Opportunities 

Posting Summary

This a unique opportunity to be a Fellow in the newly formed Rutgers University Integrated Substance Use Disorder Training Program (RUISTP). The RUISTP is a federally funded, one-year, full-time, interprofessional fellowship program for licensed psychologists, social workers, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners. Selected Fellows will have the opportunity to gain distinctive expertise in team-based integrated healthcare and substance use disorder (SUD) service delivery in primary care medical settings. As part of the largest academic medical center in New Jersey, Rutgers University Behavioral Health Care offers an ideal environment to receive exclusive and specialized training in diverse treatment settings in underserved areas of the state. Fellows will have access to a large network of national and university-affiliated experts in health sciences and healthcare delivery, as well as access to university-wide educational and professional development resources. As an added bonus, we are centrally located in close proximity to both the New York and Philadelphia metropolitan areas.

Clinical Training

Fellows will be matched to a participating clinical training site based on tailored assessments of Fellows’ training needs and interests. Fellows will receive intensive clinical training and robust didactics in integrated behavioral healthcare and SUD treatment. The RUISTP will prepare Fellows to deliver evidence-based opioid use disorder (OUD) treatment; nurse practitioners and physician assistants will specifically obtain DATA-2000 waivers for the medication treatment of OUD. All clinical sites are in high-need, medically underserved communities of New Jersey.

Research Opportunities

In addition to clinical training, Fellows will have the opportunity to engage in research as desired and in accordance with professional development goals. As one of the nation’s leading public academic research centers, Rutgers University offers Fellows the chance to learn more about and engage in meaningful clinical and health sciences research.

Qualifications Based on Profession

Psychologist: PhD or Psy.D. in clinical psychology. Experience or interest in health psychology preferred but not required. Candidate must be licensed in the State of New Jersey as a Clinical

Psychologist. If licensed in another state, candidate must present a one-year unsupervised temporary permit in order to work in New Jersey.

Social Worker: MA in social work with LCSW licensure in the state of New Jersey. Experience or training in medical environments preferred but not required.

Physician Assistant: Graduation from a PA Program approved by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP). Certification from the National Commission for Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA). New Jersey License from the State Board of Medical Examiners-Physician Advisory Committee. BLS required. 

Advanced Practice Nurse: Minimum of MS degree in Nursing with prescriptive ability in NJ. Current NJ Board of Nursing Certification as an Advanced Practice Nurse. Certification or experience in psychiatric mental health nursing preferred but not required. CDS and DEA Registration numbers required. 

The successful candidates will:

  • Have interest and/or experience in team-based care with members of an interprofessional care team
  • Have interest and/or experience with integrated care, behavioral medicine, and substance use disorder treatment
  • Have comfort working in behavioral health and primary care medical settings
  • Be enthusiastic, innovative, and self-motivated
  • Have excellent communication, collaboration, and problem-solving skills
  • Have the ability to interact effectively and sustain relationships with program administrators, colleagues, and peer Fellows


Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience. Fellows will be provided with standard benefits including health insurance and paid time off. Funding is available for materials and professional development related to program goals.

Due Date and Timeline

Applications will be received on a rolling basis until positions are filled. This is a one-year appointment. The intended start date is as early as January 2022.

How to apply

Interested applicants should submit:

  • Personal statement outlining clinical interests, other academic interests, qualifications, and professional goals
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Two letters of recommendation

 To apply and submit materials, go to:

Physician Assistants: https://jobs.rutgers.edu/postings/146900

Advance Practice Nurses: https://jobs.rutgers.edu/postings/146919


For additional information, contact the Program Director, Holly Lister, PhD at holly.lister@rutgers.edu

Posted Feb. 18, 2022




Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Youtube
© NJAMHAA 2022 - powered by EggZack