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Mental Health Therapist/Case Manager

January 2022
Position Title: Clinical Coordinator

Job Summary: The Clinical Coordinator is a full-time, salaried position. Clinical Coordinators use their clinical experience and expertise to inform evaluation, case management, coaching, and advocacy decisions for program participants. Our modest size affords opportunities to be involved in special projects, organizational improvement, and educational activities. The ideal candidate is licensed at the masters level in a relevant mental health field and has experience with co-occurring and substance use disorders.


  1. Referral and Intake: Gathers necessary collateral material and conducts biopsychosocial assessments with brief cognitive screen. Provides communication to key stakeholders in a timely manner. Provides recommendations indicated including need for cease practice, additional evaluation or resolution and clearance back to work.
  2. Healthcare Monitoring: Meets with participants to ensure their health is in good status. Collaborates and works closely with providers as needed. Provide coaching and support to facilitate ongoing recovery and successful completion of their monitoring agreement.
  3. General Organizational Duties: Participates in organizational efforts for enhancing diversity, equity, and inclusion. Attends and participants in Annual Reunion with staff, alumni, and current participants.


  • Associate or Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker, or Clinical Psychologist (will to pursue licensure in Washington)
  • Substance Use Disorder Professional Certification (preferred)
  • Minimum of three years of clinical experience
  • Expertise with co-occurring disorders
  • Knowledgeable in Quality Assurance Procedures
  • Thorough knowledge of Federal and State statutes regarding confidentiality
  • Knowledge about family systems and impact on recovery
  • Demonstrated effective interpersonal skills and ability to work as part of a clinical team

For more information and to apply, please click here.


Executive Director, Physician Health Services, Inc. (PHS)

PHS is a fully owned subsidiary of the Massachusetts Medical Society (MMS)

January 2022
Position Title: Executive Director
Contact: Bara Litman-Pike, [email protected], 781-434-7347

Job Summary:
Under the direction of the Physician Health Services (PHS) Board, the Executive Director provides strategic leadership, oversees PHS operations, development and fund-raising activities. The Executive Director works collaboratively with the Medical Director on planning, policies, implementation, and outreach, to ensure optimal effectiveness of the program.


  1. Ensures mission-focused, cost -effective operations through staff supervision, fiscal and personnel management, continuous improvement and oversight for all program services. 
  2. Establish and manage operating and program budgets and reserve funds, ensuring long-term financial stability and sound fiscal management.
  3. Responsible for program fundraising and development, collaborating with PHS Board, Medical Director, and staff to optimize a funding and development plan. Identify new sources of revenue.
  4. In collaboration with the Medical Director, develop and implement policies and procedures that reflect current knowledge and accepted standards for physician health programs.
  5. Collaborate with the Medical Director and PHS Board on strategic planning and translate strategic vision to operational implementation.
  6. Develop and execute a strategy to increase PHS’s visibility related to our mission, including education, production of the PHS annual report, and outreach to key contacts and audiences in the broader health care community.

Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of five years of management experience with budgetary responsibility and fundraising responsibilities is required. Master’s degree in a healthcare management or related field preferred. Non-profit development and fund-raising experience important. Experience with clinical management in mental health and substance abuse treatment services is desirable. Experience collaborating with medical professional associations, government agencies, businesses and private individuals are preferred. Excellent management, interpersonal, written, organization and collaboration skills are required. 

To apply, please visit: PHS Executive Director


Case Manager - Tennessee Medical Foundation

November 2022
Position Title: Case Manager
Contact: [email protected]

Job Summary:

The Tennessee Medical Foundation is seeking a Case Manager for an immediate opening. The role of Case Manager is to provide monitoring for Tennessee Medical Foundation Physician's Health Program contract participants. Responsibilities will include utilization of the Affinity eHealth electronic records system including the set-up and monitoring of toxicology screening. The Case Manager will be responsible for all aspects of the monitoring process including contract preparation, orientation of new participants, documentation, quarterly visits with participants, preparation of case summaries, etc. Qualified applicants should have a minimum of 5 years' experience as a social worker, case manager, nurse, or therapist working with professionals. A masters in social work or similar field is preferred. Should also have experience working with clients that have substance use disorders and/or primary mental health disorders. A working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications and Zoom videoconferencing platforms is essential.

For a detailed Job Description and to submit a resume, please contact Jennifer Rainwater at [email protected]

Medical Director - Professionals Resource Network, Inc., Florida

November 2022
Position Title: Medical Director
Contact: [email protected]

Job Summary:

Professionals Resource Network, Inc. (“PRN”) is an operator of the State of Florida’s impaired practitioner program. Through the program, PRN coordinates and manages the evaluation and referral of licensees and licensure applicants to approved treatment programs and treatment providers and then monitors the progress of program participants. The purpose of the program is to serve impaired and potentially impaired practitioners for the protection of the health, safety, and welfare of the public while also supporting the health and integrity of Florida's healthcare professionals and harbor pilots. PRN does not provide direct patient care. There is no night or weekend call.

Working at PRN offers great opportunities. It includes a blend of superior administrative and supervisory work. PRN is located on Amelia Island at the northeastern most corner of Florida. Amelia Island is better known for its rich history, 13 miles of beautiful beaches, great weather, fresh seafood, and five golf courses. Whether you prefer swimming, fishing, sailing, kayaking, or paddle boarding, Amelia Island has something for everyone.

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Case Manager, Florida

May 2022 (still open as of 8/10/22)
Position Title: Case Manager
Contact: [email protected]

Job Summary:

Professionals Resource Network, Inc. (“PRN”) is an operator of the State of Florida’s impaired practitioner program. Through the program, PRN coordinates and manages the evaluation and referral of licensees and licensure applicants to approved treatment programs and treatment providers and then monitors the progress of program participants. The purpose of the program is to serve impaired and potentially impaired practitioners for the protection of the health, safety, and welfare of the public. PRN does not provide direct patient care.

The Case Manager provides case management to PRN participants, including arranging evaluations, treatment admissions, and developing contracts. The Case Manager consults and coordinates with healthcare professionals, Florida Department of Health (DOH), Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR), evaluators, treatment providers, hospitals, employers, and facilitators.

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Ensure participant compliance with all aspects of their contract, including toxicology testing, timely receipt of reports from providers, facilitators, employers, etc.
  • Review and staff case concerns with the Clinical Team
  • Prepare correspondence on behalf of the participant to be sent to DOH, DBPR, their respective boards, employers, other state programs, and others as requested by the participant
  • Routinely review case progress
  • Review and coordinate case exit or referral when necessary
  • Keep all information confidential
  • Support PRN leadership in maintaining and following program policies and procedures
  • Interact with Affinity (Electronic Medical Records System)

Requirements and Skills:

  • Proven case management experience with knowledge and experience with substance use disorders and mental health
  • Excellent written and communication skills
  • Excellent time management and organizational skills
  • Experience with Microsoft Office

Education, Experience:

  • Minimum of 2 years case management experience
  • Minimum BS degree in related field
  • Current Certification or Licensure

Please submit resume to [email protected]

Clinical Care Advocate Illinois Professionals Health Program, LLC

8/2/21 (position still open as of 8/10/22)
Position Title: Clinical Care Advocate
Contact: [email protected]
Job Description:

The Illinois Professionals Health Program, LLC is dedicated to promoting and improving the health and wellbeing of medical professionals and other high accountability persons in safety sensitive positions with the goals of maintaining patient/public safety and quality care and providing the best possible opportunity for the recovery of the professional. Recovery refers primarily to behavioral health and disruptive behavior issues that adversely affect the workplace.

The Clinical Care Advocate is a direct clinical behavioral health service position responsible for providing consultation, information and referral, Screening Evaluations, long-term case management, and educational presentations for healthcare professionals, other high accountability persons in safety sensitive positions, and other designated groups. Service provision also includes identification, management and co-ordination of services. This includes all types of behavioral health concerns with a particular focus on substance use disorders.

Clinical Care Advocates have the opportunity to be involved in education, health promotion and prevention activities through public speaking to physicians, nurses, pharmacists, other healthcare and high accountability professionals around issues related to risk recognition, and management for personal health.

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