Medicating Nurse (RN and LPN) – Nursing Department
Will be responsible for setting up the nursing station and medicating clients.  Ensure that clients understand the policy and procedures for administering take-home medication.  Responsible for the renewal of patients assigned medication orders by the doctor.

Qualifications: Requires a valid State of New Jersey RN or LPN license.  Current CPR certification preferred.  Some nursing experience in hospital or clinic preferred.


Phlebotomist – Nursing Department
Will be responsible for collecting blood and urine specimens from TLC clients, employees and perspective employees.  Perform analytical procedures on urine for drug screens.  Obtain specialized specimens as specified by Doctors (example: Hepatitis, HIV, T4, T8 cells, STD’s).  Document and record all blood work in record keeping logbooks.  Keep an inventory of supplies and order new supplies when needed.  Attend monthly departmental meetings.  Perform additional duties as assigned.

Qualifications: Requires a High School Diploma or GED.  Certification in Phlebotomy and some work experience in a clinic environment.  Must take continued educational training as required by TLC.


Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselor (CADC) – Clinical Services Department
A leading nonprofit opioid outpatient treatment provider located in Newark and Elizabeth, New Jersey are seeking highly qualified, and dedicated candidates who can provide direct services to Clients.

The Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselor candidate will maintain a caseload of 50 clients.  Ensure completion of ASI/ASI-Lite, Treatment Plans, Progress Notes, Discharge Summaries and other essential documentation in accordance with applicable federal, state, and agency policies and procedures.   

Qualifications: BA/BS in a related field (Social Work, Psychology, Counseling, Sociology and Mental Health).  CADC is required.  Two (2) years of work experience.  High School Diploma or GED.


Licensed Clincial Alcohol & Drug Counselor (LCADC) – Clinical Services Department
Candidate will have a written plan with supervisees, which outlines planned hours of practice, clinical supervision, types of clinical supervision, nature of work assignments that the supervisor deems appropriate to the Outpatient Counselor/Counselor Intern’s level of training.  Clinical Supervisor will obtain a written disclosure that the Client has been informed that the services are provided by a Supervisee under the Clinical Supervision of a Licensed Professional prior to the Outpatient Counselor/ Counselor Intern’s provision of treatment services.  Clinical Supervisor will jointly develop an Individual Development Plan indicating Core Functions, Developmental Activities, Target Dates, and Dates completed.  Outpatient Counselor/ Counselor Intern and Clinical Supervisor will sign off on all paper work.  Clinical Supervision of Outpatient Counselor / Counselor Intern shall include 50 hours of face-to-face supervision per year, averaging one hour per week.  Clinical Supervisor writes policy, procedures and protocols.  Oversee the Counselor’s CADC process.  Also, participate in Multidisciplinary meetings.

Qualifications: Masters Degree in (Social Work, Psychology, Counseling, Sociology, and Mental Health).  Require Five (5) years of experience in substance abuse treatment and a minimum of one (1) year of supervisory experience.  Must have an active New Jersey Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LCADC) Certification.



Please submit your Resume/Cover Letter of Interest to:

The Lennard Clinic, Inc.
Human Resources Department
461 Frelinghuysen Avenue

Newark, New Jersey 07114

973-596-2850 x237
 Fax 973-596-1565

The Lennard Clinic is an Equal Opportunity Employer