CODA Inc. is currently hiring for management positions to spearhead the new Seaside outpatient clinic. These positions work closely with the Senior Director ensuring program outcomes are achieved in a manner consistent with CODA’s mission, standards and treatment philosophy.
The CODA Seaside Clinic has a legacy built on a half-century of hope and health.
CODA has served Greater Portland for 50 years, providing compassionate, evidence-based care for people whose life and health are challenged by alcohol, drugs and mental health conditions.
The Seaside community is welcoming this new location with enthusiasm and has collaborated with CODA to bring about this important and needed addition to their vibrant home city.
The Seaside clinic is a state-of-the-art outpatient location designed to provide medication-assisted treatment (methadone, buprenorphine, long-acting naltrexone) for adults with opiate use disorders. CODA is building a high-energy team of professionals dedicated to treating the individual, wiping out stigma, and helping to rebuild the health and lives of the people they serve.
- The Senior Program Manager provides leadership to program team, ensuring staff work productively together, have high morale, and realize connectivity to the agency and the agency mission. The Senior Manager works to ensure program outcomes and operational targets are achieved, service utilization is optimized, regulatory and agency standards are met, budgets are maintained and program maintains financial viability.
- The Operations Manager will be an experienced registered nurse providing medication-assisted treatment for individuals with opiate use disorder under the supervision of a licensed medical professional. The Operations Manager provides assertive clinical and administrative supervision for all nursing and medical support staff.
- The Site Medical Director will responsible for approving admissions for medication-assisted treatment (e.g., methadone, suboxone, vivitrol or alcohol treatment services) and collaborating with medical and management team to improve program procedures and outcomes. This position provides direct patient care, approves all admissions, and manages ongoing treatment for opioid-dependent or alcohol-dependent patients.
- The Nurse Practitioner performs admission and annual medical evaluations for patients enrolled in the Opioid Treatment Program (OTP), provides ongoing assessment of patient response to medications, works closely with nursing staff and medical director to address patient medical needs, collaborates with interdisciplinary treatment team to support patient progress in treatment. This position will be responsible for assisting in development medical procedures and for providing training to other staff.
We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package for regular employees working at least 20 hours per week including very generous PTO, paid holidays, affordable medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month, comprehensive dental and vision plans, HSA, FSA, 401(k) with employer matching, tuition reimbursement and more.