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We are accepting new admissions but have implemented additional pre-screening procedures to ensure the health and safety of everyone at English Mountain Recovery. **At this time, all family visitation has been suspended until further notice.**

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Employment Opportunities

Employment Opportunities Available at EMR

We are now accepting job applications for several positions at English Mountain Recovery. We are delighted you are interested in joining our dedicated and enthusiastic staff. If we find you meet our minimum qualifications, you should be hearing from us to continue the candidate process of employment.

Thank you for your interest in English Mountain Recovery!

Current Open Positions as of May 2020 include:  

Program Counselor(s)

Program Counselors are responsible for case management services for clients at the facility, and have regular contact with referral sources and families. Helps the clients identify issues for treatment and after care plans and oversees the implementation and completion of treatment plans prior to discharge. Facilitates education and process group counseling sessions and performs individual group counseling sessions per program requirements. Makes referrals and follow up appointments with clients for after care. Other duties as assigned by the clinical director.

Administrative Assistant

Recovery Support Staff

Part Time Housekeeping

PRN Nurse Days

Part-time | Knoxville, TN

POSITION SUMMARY
Under the guidance and supervision of the Director of Nursing, or designee, the Nurse is responsible for providing care to the clients and providing direction and supervision to non- professional personnel in the provision of direct client care.

QUALIFICATIONS
An experienced RN/LPN who also has two (2) years of Chemical Dependency experience preferred but will also consider basic nursing experience; a current LPN or RN license. Must meet and maintain facility and unit educational requirements and annual competencies. Must have current CPR/First Aid Certification.

PERFORMANCE EXPECTATIONS
Duties are determined by the facility’s needs and may include, but are not limited to, the following:

CLINICAL

  1. Complete nursing assessments in a timely manner and indicate potential problems.
  2. Ability to act independently.
  3. Open interdisciplinary treatment plan and appropriately develop treatment plan for all conditions.
  4. Communicate with client/family regarding care plan and outcome goals; involve client/family in developing plan of care and accomplishing outcome goals and/or consistently attend and actively participate in interdisciplinary team conferences.
  5. Facilitate client support/educational groups.
  6. Provide client care with minimal supervision. Adapt to assignments based on unit need. Independently recognize and assume additional responsibility.
  7. Supervise self-administration of medications using safety initiative of using two means of client identification; document and report effects of scheduled and PRN medications; observe and report effects of medications in a safe and accurate manner; facility narcotics and client narcotics are handled appropriately.
  8. Demonstrate knowledge of specialty practice through clinical performance.
  9. Communicate pertinent information to peers and physicians and act as a client advocate; anticipate client needs and make appropriate suggestions regarding treatment.
  10. Perform in a competent, calm and professional manner during crises or emergency situations; perform proficiently and expertly; aware of emergency medications, equipment and their location and is proficient in knowledge and use.
  11. Demonstrate ability to perform procedures and skills in a safe and accurate manner; able to perform complex procedures and skills independently or with minimal supervision.
  12. Communicate and document teaching and discharge planning.
  13. Accurately take physician’s orders (verbal or via telephone) and document appropriately; transcribe and review physician’s orders.
  14. Accurately and legibly document intervention and expected outcomes, noting client response, effectiveness of intervention and complications.
  15. Demonstrate the ability to provide safe care to adults.
  16. Thorough knowledge of pharmacy systems (e.g., ordering, obtaining, and verification).
  17. Define and classify common chemicals of dependency and demonstrate knowledge of different medications and protocols for detoxification.
  18. Recognize potential dual-diagnosis clients.
  19. Recognize signs and symptoms of intoxication from different substances.
  20. Adhere to HIPAA and other confidentiality guidelines.
  21. Utilize standard precautions and follow infection control procedures.
  22. Adhere to CARF Standards.
  23. Aware of client handbook/contents; adhere to program rules.
  24. Able to give thorough report to oncoming staff, supervisors, and physician.
  25. Able to answer inquiries regarding admission and facilitate process.
  26. Maintain unit safety in regard to contraband.
  27. Aware of specific shift duties and those of the SAT.
  28. Perform additional tasks as assigned.

License: Registered Nurse (RN) (Required)

PRN Nurse Days

Part-time | Sevierville, TN 37876

POSITION SUMMARY
Under the guidance and supervision of the Director of Nursing, or designee, the Nurse is responsible for providing care to the clients and providing direction and supervision to non- professional personnel in the provision of direct client care.

QUALIFICATIONS
An experienced RN/LPN who also has two (2) years of Chemical Dependency experience preferred but will also consider basic nursing experience; a current LPN or RN license. Must meet and maintain facility and unit educational requirements and annual competencies. Must have current CPR/First Aid Certification.

PERFORMANCE EXPECTATIONS
Duties are determined by the facility’s needs and may include, but are not limited to, the following:

CLINICAL

  1. Complete nursing assessments in a timely manner and indicate potential problems.
  2. Ability to act independently.
  3. Open interdisciplinary treatment plan and appropriately develop treatment plan for all conditions.
  4. Communicate with client/family regarding care plan and outcome goals; involve client/family in developing plan of care and accomplishing outcome goals and/or consistently attend and actively participate in interdisciplinary team conferences.
  5. Facilitate client support/educational groups.
  6. Provide client care with minimal supervision. Adapt to assignments based on unit need. Independently recognize and assume additional responsibility.
  7. Supervise self-administration of medications using safety initiative of using two means of client identification; document and report effects of scheduled and PRN medications; observe and report effects of medications in a safe and accurate manner; facility narcotics and client narcotics are handled appropriately.
  8. Demonstrate knowledge of specialty practice through clinical performance.
  9. Communicate pertinent information to peers and physicians and act as a client advocate; anticipate client needs and make appropriate suggestions regarding treatment.
  10. Perform in a competent, calm and professional manner during crises or emergency situations; perform proficiently and expertly; aware of emergency medications, equipment and their location and is proficient in knowledge and use.
  11. Demonstrate ability to perform procedures and skills in a safe and accurate manner; able to perform complex procedures and skills independently or with minimal supervision.
  12. Communicate and document teaching and discharge planning.
  13. Accurately take physician’s orders (verbal or via telephone) and document appropriately; transcribe and review physician’s orders.
  14. Accurately and legibly document intervention and expected outcomes, noting client response, effectiveness of intervention and complications.
  15. Demonstrate the ability to provide safe care to adults.
  16. Thorough knowledge of pharmacy systems (e.g., ordering, obtaining, and verification).
  17. Define and classify common chemicals of dependency and demonstrate knowledge of different medications and protocols for detoxification.
  18. Recognize potential dual-diagnosis clients.
  19. Recognize signs and symptoms of intoxication from different substances.
  20. Adhere to HIPAA and other confidentiality guidelines.
  21. Utilize standard precautions and follow infection control procedures.
  22. Adhere to CARF Standards.
  23. Aware of client handbook/contents; adhere to program rules.
  24. Able to give thorough report to oncoming staff, supervisors, and physician.
  25. Able to answer inquiries regarding admission and facilitate process.
  26. Maintain unit safety in regard to contraband.
  27. Aware of specific shift duties and those of the SAT.
  28. Perform additional tasks as assigned.

License: Registered Nurse (RN) (Required)

Fulltime and PRN Nurse Days/Overnight

Sevierville, TN 37876

POSITION SUMMARY
Under the guidance and supervision of the Director of Nursing, or designee, the Nurse is responsible for providing care to the clients and providing direction and supervision to non- professional personnel in the provision of direct client care.

QUALIFICATIONS
An experienced RN/LPN who also has two (2) years of Chemical Dependency experience preferred but will also consider basic nursing experience; a current LPN or RN license Must meet and maintain facility and unit educational requirements and annual competencies. Must have current CPR/First Aid Certification.

PERFORMANCE EXPECTATIONS
Duties are determined by the facility’s needs and may include, but are not limited to, the following:

CLINICAL

  1. Complete nursing assessments in a timely manner and indicate potential problems.
  2. Ability to act independently.
  3. Open interdisciplinary treatment plan and appropriately develop treatment plan for all conditions.
  4. Communicate with client/family regarding care plan and outcome goals; involve client/family in developing plan of care and accomplishing outcome goals and/or consistently attend and actively participate in interdisciplinary team conferences.
  5. Facilitate client support/educational groups.
  6. Provide client care with minimal supervision. Adapt to assignments based on unit need. Independently recognize and assume additional responsibility.
  7. Supervise self-administration of medications using safety initiative of using two means of client identification; document and report effects of scheduled and PRN medications; observe and report effects of medications in a safe and accurate manner; facility narcotics and client narcotics are handled appropriately.
  8. Demonstrate knowledge of specialty practice through clinical performance.
  9. Communicate pertinent information to peers and physicians and act as a client advocate; anticipate client needs and make appropriate suggestions regarding treatment.
  10. Perform in a competent, calm and professional manner during crises or emergency situations; perform proficiently and expertly; aware of emergency medications, equipment and their location and is proficient in knowledge and use.
  11. Demonstrate ability to perform procedures and skills in a safe and accurate manner; able to perform complex procedures and skills independently or with minimal supervision.
  12. Communicate and document teaching and discharge planning.
  13. Accurately take physician’s orders (verbal or via telephone) and document appropriately; transcribe and review physician’s orders.
  14. Accurately and legibly document intervention and expected outcomes, noting client response, effectiveness of intervention and complications.
  15. Demonstrate the ability to provide safe care to adults.
  16. Thorough knowledge of pharmacy systems (e.g., ordering, obtaining, and verification).
  17. Define and classify common chemicals of dependency and demonstrate knowledge of different medications and protocols for detoxification.
  18. Recognize potential dual-diagnosis clients.
  19. Recognize signs and symptoms of intoxication from different substances.
  20. Adhere to HIPAA and other confidentiality guidelines.
  21. Utilize standard precautions and follow infection control procedures.
  22. Adhere to CARF Standards.
  23. Aware of client handbook/contents; adhere to program rules.
  24. Able to give thorough report to oncoming staff, supervisors, and physician.
  25. Able to answer inquiries regarding admission and facilitate process.
  26. Maintain unit safety in regard to contraband.
  27. Aware of specific shift duties and those of the SAT.
  28. Perform additional tasks as assigned.

License: Registered Nurse (RN) (Required)

Benefits:

  • Health insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Vision insurance
  • Retirement plan
  • Paid time off

PRN Nursing

We are always accepting applications for future vacancies and new positions. If you are interested in exploring this incredible opportunity in the Smoky Mountains, please contact at info@englishmountain.com. English Mountain Recovery offers competitive compensation and a full benefit package.

Equal Opportunity Employer

English Mountain Recovery (EMR) is a 36 bed treatment facility located in the Smoky Mountains of East Tennessee. Set on a serene 27 acre campus, EMR joins hands with nature’s perfect setting to provide an environment where lives can be transformed. We are dedicated to providing the highest quality of recovery services to individuals and their families at the most affordable costs. We are committed to client service, while emphasizing a spiritual foundation, true to the original foundation of the 12 Step Program. Our minimum 90 day program offers a full range of treatment modalities. Located in the beautiful Smoky Mountain region of Tennessee, English Mountain Recovery is a 36 bed residential facility with a with a minimum 90 day treatment program. We are committed to providing exceptional care to our patients in a supportive and nurturing environment.

English Mountain Recovery’s full range of treatment modalities includes 12 Step Philosophy, Equine Interaction Experience, EMDR, acupuncture, tapping, experiential and adventure therapies, expressive arts, spiritual consultations, relapse prevention and a dynamic Family Program. English Mountain Recovery strives to create lifetime relationships for long-term recovery.

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