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CAREERS

New Progressions, provides support to the people with disabilities empowering them to make informed choices in the management of their lives.

 

The foundation of our focus will be on the quality of services provided rather than the quantity of individuals served. We will strive to help individuals become self-sufficient through independent living skills. We will do so by planning, coordinating and operating the highest quality services to consumers, families, decision makers and the public at large.it is our mission to provide person-centered and strength-based services in order to help children and adults unlock their potential.

 

For our doctors, researchers, therapists, and educators, this is more than a job: we devote ourselves to working toward the day when our clients are able to participate as successfully as possible in family, school, and community life. When you become part of our diverse interdisciplinary team, the doors of possibility are wide open.

JOIN THE TEAM THAT IS MAKING A DIFFERENCE

Open Positions

Personal Care

The Personal Care Assistant is responsible for reporting any incidents of serious behaviors or crisis situations to their supervisor. The PCA must provide this service on one (1) staff to one (1) individual ratio. The PCA positions require ability to read, write, and follow instructions and completion of training or pass competency assessment, as appropriate, for understanding needs of populations served, basic meal preparation, provision of transportation services, housekeeping, home safety, handling emergencies in the home, and infection control.

Companion Sitter

The Companion Sitter is responsible for reporting any incidents of serious behaviors or crisis situations to their supervisor. The Companion Sitter must provide this service on one (1) staff to one (1) individual ratio. Companion or sitter positions require ability to read, write, and follow instructions and completion of training or pass competency assessment, as appropriate, for understanding needs of populations served, basic meal preparation, provision of transportation services, housekeeping, home safety, handling emergencies in the home, and infection control.

Certified Nursing Assistant

The Nursing Aid/ Assistant is responsible for reporting any incidents of serious behaviors or crisis situations to their supervisor. The Nursing Aid/Assistant must provide this service on one (1) staff to one (1) individual ratio.

Paraprofessionals

Clinicians who work on enforcing coping skills.  Prepares and strategizes with both adults and children who suffer with mental health disorders.  Often paraprofessionals reinforce with  instructional materials and role plays. Assist guidance, patients services staff or building coping skills based on individualized treatment plans.

Addiction Counselors

CACII, CADCII, ICADC, ACT, CADCI - addiction counselors create a support system for people with drug and alcohol problems, eating disorders and other behavioral issues.  Meet with clients to evaluate their health and substance problem. Identifying issues and create goals and treatment plans specific to area of concern. Teaching clients coping mechanisms.

Certified Peer Specialist

CPS assists and guides clients toward the identification and achievement of specific goals defined by the client and specified in the Individual Treatment Plan. The work involves a variety of routine, standardized tasks that facilitate work performed by higher level providers.

​Licensed Therapist - LCSW, LPC, LMFT

We are looking for licensed therapist who are capable of diagnosing and treating mental health disorders. Therapist update individualized treatment plans according to patient needs and circumstances. Meets with patients regularly to provide counseling, treatment and adjust treatment plans as necessary. Licensed therapist may conducts ongoing assessments and facilitate group for patient progress.

Nurses

Mental health nurses are responsible for planning and providing support and medical and nursing care to people who have a range of mental health issues. Mental health nurses support people with issues ranging from anxiety and depression to personality and eating disorders.

Psychiatrists 

Our physicians who diagnose and treat people for mental illnesses. They use a variety of modalities to provide treatment including psychotherapy, psychoanalysis, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), and medication. NP doctors see patients who come to NP offices for enrollment or are discharged after hospitalization.

Psychologist

Our PsyD staff study cognitive, emotional, and social processes and behavior by observing, interpreting, and recording how people relate to one another and to their environments. They use their findings to help improve processes and behaviors.

Medical Assistants

They are responsible for administrative as well as clinical tasks, such as maintaining patient records, preparing patients and rooms for examination, assisting program managers with front office and back office, and performing front-desk tasks.

Interns

Performs supervised individual and group counseling, supervision, crisis intervention, and consultation/outreach. Provides psychological assessments, intakes and appropriate referrals. May perform other related tasks that are a part of the agency's operation.

Certified Psychiatric Rehabilitation Professionals

CPRPServe as Lead CPS/CPRP for Peer Support Programs. CPRP or activity working toward CPRP credential. Completes all necessary program reports as assigned. Ensure all documentation is complete per  policy work with Peer Support Day Program.

Master Level Therapist/Graduate Level Therapist (Interns)

Therapist seeking licensure or graduate level interns who enjoy working with mental health disorders.

Creates individualized treatment plans according to patient needs and circumstances. Meets with patients regularly to provide counseling, treatment and adjust treatment plans as necessary.

Registered Nurse

The RN functions as a leader and or Supervisor in teaching technical staff program development, guiding group decision making, implementing plans, and improving quality of care. Provides competent, compassionate patient- and family-centered nursing care based on scientific principles and the use of the nursing process and interdisciplinary teamwork. Demonstrates the Caring Theory principles and provides and maintains a therapeutic environment for patients and families. Articulates the professional nursing role to the patient, family and health team members. Identifies, facilitates, and evaluates outcomes of nursing care for an individual patient or group of patients. Demonstrates critical thinking in the provision and coordination of patient care. Directs the coordination of care across settings and among caregivers, including oversight of licensed and unlicensed personnel in any assigned or delegated tasks. Coordinates involvement of the patient, family and health team members in patient care, including patient/family teaching and discharge planning. Communicates and coordinates the plan of care and other pertinent information to/from other health care team members. Promotes continuity of care through effective hand-offs. Helps define standards of excellence for patient care; participates in improvement of patient care services in a cost-effective way. Participates in, contributes and integrates the performance improvement into care delivery and participates in quality improvement activities. Such activities may include: exhibits compliance with regulatory and quality and safety requirements. Collaborates with other professionals and directs nonprofessional nursing personnel in maintaining recognized standards. Participates in orientation of new permanent and temporary staff members. Appropriately utilizes nursing resources. Conduct evaluations and patient assessments Other duties as assigned by the Executive Director/Administrator. Must be fully licensed in the state of Georgia.