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Job Title: Sex Addiction Therapist
Reports to: Director of Clinical Services
Status: Full Time
Location: Nashville, TN
Start Date: Immediately

Integrative Life Center is seeking an experienced certified sex addiction therapist (CSAT) who is mature minded, flexible, and brings a loving, positive attitude to our expert Clinical Team. We are a privately-owned facility located in the heart of Nashville, Tennessee surrounded by rich culture and artistic heritage. Treatment at ILC is about transformation – transforming your life by engaging in a recovery program that focuses on healing mind, body, and spirit. We believe that treating the whole self is the key to sustaining a healthy and productive life. The path to recovery is not easy, which is why we offer personalized, trauma-informed care that addresses specific needs. We provide a full continuum of care which includes Residential, Partial Hospitalization (PHP), Intensive Outpatient (IOP), and commuter programming. We use evidence-based practices such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Motivational Interviewing along with experiential therapies such as adventure-based ropes course work, sweat lodges, breathwork and psychodrama.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Master’s degree in counseling, psychology, social work or related field
  • Licensed (or license eligible and actively pursuing licensure) in Tennessee as a Psychologist, Professional Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist or Clinical Social Worker
  • Certification as a Sex Addiction Counselor (CSAT)
  • Minimum of 5 years experience treating sex addiction
  • Prefer experience working in a treatment center setting
  • Strong communicator, both verbally and in writing
  • Ability to demonstrate understanding of a variety of models and theories of addiction, eating disorders, trauma, mental illness, and related issues
  • Knowledge of philosophies, practices, policies and outcomes of models of treatment, recovery, relapse prevention, and continuing care for co-occurring  populations
  • Understanding of diagnostic criteria for co-occurring conditions and ability to conceptualize modalities and placement criteria within the continuum of care
  • Understanding of diverse cultures and gender specific  interventions, and ability to incorporate needs of gender and culturally diverse groups into practice setting
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills
  • Ability to work with technology systems including EHR’s, video conferencing software and various communications platforms
  • Ability to prioritize workload and work independently
  • Must comply with drug-free workplace guidelines

BENEFITS
As a small, rapidly growing team, here’s what you can expect when working for ILC:

  • Competitive Salary: Based on experience
  • Health Insurance: Medical, Dental, Vision, Short Term Disability, Long Term Disability, Life Insurance
  • Paid Time Off: Vacation, Sick Time, Paid Holidays
  • Grow with Us: We’re a small company but mighty in all that we’re setting out to accomplish. Our staff are invited to set goals and grow with us, creating their own way for career growth.
  • Healing Workplace: Our offices are located in the heart of Music City and in the rolling hills of West Nashville. Your workplace will be warm, inviting, and a place that’s good for the soul.
  • Practice What We Preach: We believe in experiencing and understanding the different treatment modalities our clients participate in. All ILC employees are welcome (and encouraged!) to take part in sweat lodges, breath work, low ropes courses and more.
  • Good Vibes: Play your music, light some palo santo, and make your workspace as cozy and functional as you need. ILC is a place where everyone should feel at home, especially our staff.

APPLY
This position is open until filled (no deadline), at which time this listing will be removed. All your information will be kept confidential. Final candidates will need to agree to a background check and drug screening. Integrative Life Center is a drug-free workplace. We will only contact those applicants that are selected for the interview process.

To apply for this role, please send your resume and an email introduction to careers@integrativelifecenter.com with CSAT Therapist – Your Name in the subject field.

Job Title: Clinical Outreach Representative
Reports to: Director of Outreach and Admissions
Status: Full Time
Location: Texas and Florida territories
Start Date: Immediately

Integrative Life Center is seeking experienced Clinical Resource Advisors who are mature-minded, team-oriented, self-starters and carry a positive attitude to join our growing Outreach team.

The role of our Clinical Resource Advisors requires a driven, self-sufficient and competent person who is highly communicative, a team player, and has the ability to bridge communication gaps interdepartmentally with clarity and ease. This person is an educator and advisor who’s primary goal is to help referents and their clients find the best treatment options for them.

 

ROLE HIGHLIGHTS

  • Nurture relationships with network of referents
  • Strategically and respectfully build out network of new referral relationships
  • Have a deep and vast understanding of the behavioral health industry
  • Act as a company ambassador for multiple organizations
  • Be an expert and strategic clinical liaison across multiple programs

 

EXPECTATIONS:

  • Work in partnership with the admissions and clinical departments to assist in facilitating admissions and providing appropriate referrals.
  • Provide referrals for continuing care.
  • Lead business development activities in select geographic markets, including cultivating new and maintaining current referral relationships, hosting special events, and representing at industry events.
  • Create and execute against strategic business development plans that meet quarterly goals, serve clients’ needs, increase awareness of services across territory and support the overall growth of the business.
  • Manage conference marketing in designated region(s).
  • Provide industry insights to company about market perceptions of the organizations.
  • Be willing to travel as needed throughout year to promote the organizations.
  • Coordinate and host referral source visits to all facilities across the organization.
  • Develop a thorough understanding of program offerings and competent understanding of mental health and substance use disorders, including trends in treatment locally and nationally.
  • Promote multiple programs to referral sources through face-to-face contacts within the defined geographic target areas.
  • Educate referral community on when it is appropriate to refer to the organization.
  • Work collaboratively with clinical staff to ensure consistent delivery of service.
  • Monitor, evaluate, and report referral trends, utilization and referral source/customer satisfaction.
  • Maintain exceptional level of customer service; address and resolve complaints; serve as an example by providing excellent service to employees and clients.

 

ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Maintain customer relationship database utilizing salesforce.com. This includes ensuring that contact information is current, all professionals are properly linked to potential and actual clients, and that relevant notes are entered. It is expected that salesforce.com be utilized on a daily basis.
  • Proficient in communications systems including but not limited to Microsoft Office Outlook and Teams, EHR systems, Eventbrite, MailChimp and social platforms such as LinkedIn.
  • Attendance and participation in weekly structured staff meetings.
  • Provide weekly updates on activities and completes other projects as requested.

 

QUALIFICATIONS   

  • Competent person aged eighteen (18) or older.
  • 3-to-5 years of business development experience
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Driven, self-starter
  • Ability to prioritize workload and work independently, including managing your own administrative duties
  • Overall performance and competence in terms of consistency with education, training, and experience are reflective of current standards of practice/care.
  • Must comply with drug-free workplace guidelines.

 

BENEFITS

  • Competitive Salary: Based on experience
  • Health Insurance: Medical, Dental, Vision, Short Term Disability, Long Term Disability, Life Insurance
  • Paid Time Off: Vacation, Sick Time, Paid Holidays

 

APPLY
This position is open until filled (no deadline), at which time this listing will be removed. All your information will be kept confidential. Final candidates will need to agree to a background check and drug screening. Integrative Life Center is a drug-free workplace. We will only contact those applicants that are selected for the interview process.

To apply for this role, please send your resume and cover letter to careers@integrativelifecenter.com with Clinical Resource Advisor – Your Name in the subject field.

Job Title: Masters Level Therapist Specializing in Eating Disorders (minimum 5 years masters level clinical experience required)
Reports to: Director of Clinical Services
Status: Full Time
Location: Nashville, TN
Start Date: Immediately

Integrative Life Center is seeking an experienced Masters Level Therapist who specializes in working with clients with eating disorders, is mature minded, flexible, and brings a loving, positive attitude to our expert Clinical Team. We are a privately-owned facility located in the heart of Nashville, Tennessee surrounded by rich culture and artistic heritage. Treatment at ILC is about transformation – transforming your life by engaging in a recovery program that focuses on healing mind, body, and spirit. We believe that treating the whole self is the key to sustaining a healthy and productive life. The path to recovery is not easy, which is why we offer personalized, trauma-informed care that addresses specific needs. We provide a full continuum of care which includes Residential, Partial Hospitalization (PHP), Intensive Outpatient (IOP), and commuter programming. We use evidence-based practices such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Motivational Interviewing along with experiential therapies such as adventure-based ropes course work, sweat lodges, breathwork and psychodrama.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Master’s degree in psychology, social work or related field
  • Licensed (or license eligible and actively pursuing licensure) as a professional counselor, marriage and family therapist or clinical social worker
  • Minimum of 5-8 years’ masters level clinical experience in private practice or treatment center setting (no exceptions)
  • Strong communicator, both verbally and in writing
  • Experience treating clients with Eating Disorders and Disordered Eating
  • Ability to demonstrate understanding of a variety of models and theories of addiction, eating disorders, trauma, mental illness, and related issues
  • Knowledge of philosophies, practices, policies and outcomes of models of treatment, recovery, relapse prevention, and continuing care for dually diagnosed populations
  • Understanding of diagnostic criteria for co-occurring conditions and ability to conceptualize modalities and placement criteria within the continuum of care
  • Understanding of diverse cultures and gender specific issues and ability to incorporate needs of gender and culturally diverse groups into practice setting
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills
  • Ability to prioritize workload and work independently
  • Must comply with drug-free workplace guidelines

BENEFITS
As a small, rapidly growing team, here’s what you can expect when working for ILC:

  • Competitive Salary: Based on experience
  • Health Insurance: Medical, Dental, Vision, Short Term Disability, Long Term Disability, Life Insurance
  • Paid Time Off: Vacation, Sick Time, Paid Holidays
  • Grow with Us: We’re a small company but mighty in all that we’re setting out to accomplish. Our staff are invited to set goals and grow with us, creating their own way for career growth.
  • Healing Workplace: Our offices are located in the heart of Music City and in the rolling hills of West Nashville. Your workplace will be warm, inviting, and a place that’s good for the soul.
  • Practice What We Preach: We believe in experiencing and understanding the different treatment modalities our clients participate in. All ILC employees are welcome (and encouraged!) to take part in sweat lodges, breath work, low ropes courses and more.
  • Good Vibes: Play your music, light some palo santo, and make your workspace as cozy and functional as you need. ILC is a place where everyone should feel at home, especially our staff.

APPLY
This position is open until filled (no deadline), at which time this listing will be removed. All your information will be kept confidential. Final candidates will need to agree to a background check and drug screening. Integrative Life Center is a drug-free workplace. We will only contact those applicants that are selected for the interview process and are not considering any candidates with less than the minimum required experience at this time.

To apply for this role, please send your resume and an email introduction to careers@integrativelifecenter.com with ED Masters Level Therapist – Your Name in the subject field.

Job Title: Resident Assistant
Reports to: Residential Director
Status: Part Time / Overnight Shift
Location: Nashville, TN
Start Date: Immediately

Integrative Life Center is growing! If you have a heart for helping people find healing from addiction, eating disorders and co-occurring disorders, and seeing them transform their lives from the inside out, then this role is for you.

You will play a pivotal role in the nightly responsibilities, tasks and interaction with our valued clients. You will be responsible for a variety of support tasks that are essential to the healing and therapeutic environment of ILC by monitoring and overseeing patient compliance with our program.

The RA assists in client orientation to the ILC facility and program, often being the primary point of contact during residency and providing emotional support and assistance to clients in crisis (under the direction of our highly capable and experienced clinical team). You will participate in transporting and supervising clients to and from their activities, monitor their attendance and participation in those activities, and assist with any self-administration of their medications. You will also participate in any activities or therapies as needed (and is appropriate) and contribute to any performance improvement processes as directed.

This is an opportunity for you to make a tangible impact and meaningful contribution to the clients of ILC who are seeking connection and healing from trauma and the subsequent conditions that resulted from it. Our staff are committed to showing up fully for each other and our clients to ensure that everyone who encounters ILC leaves changed for the better!

Who You Are

You’re a dependable, compassionate, motivated team player and proactive problem solver. Though you’ll be provided with direct supervision and observation (staff meetings, management meetings, in-service activities and annual performance reviews), you are self-motivated to get the job done and work autonomously for the betterment of the program and overall experience of our clients.

Basically, you’ll do amazing at ILC because you…

  • You have the resiliency it takes to work in a place where it’s “not about you.” We’re here to serve.
  • You love being organized and managing your own workload effectively.
  • You are dependable, hard-working, humble, compassionate and a team player.
  • You are flexible and go-with-the-flow. You understand that in a growing company where we are working with people and their livelihoods, things can change last minute.
  • You roll up your sleeves and dig in. Nothing is too big or daunting for you to figure out or ask a fellow staff member how to solve.
  • You desire to make an impact.
  • You constantly think about how to communicate better.
  • You want an opportunity to be a part of the most significant season in someone’s life and join a mission-driven company.
  • You have a basic understanding of stress response and methods to ensure personal well-being.

What this looks like IRL

  • Daily written and verbal communication with medical, clinical and administrative staff members
  • Taking on the daily tasks and duties of running a household according to ILC’s program guidelines
  • Provide administrative support to the Residential Director
  • Daily interaction with clients who often exude behaviors of anxiety, illness, emotional upset, hostility, or are disabled or elderly
  • Every day is different; some days are unpredictable and your work is subject to overriding work schedules, shift changes and the needs that arise from client care
  • Responding to emergency situations to provide efficient and immediate care to the ill and injured resident.
  • Managing general medical complaints of altered mental status, respiratory, cardiac, diabetic, allergic reaction, seizures, environmental emergencies, and psychological crisis.

REQUIREMENTS

  • High school graduate (AA or BA/BS preferred)
  • 1-3 years experience in the behavioral health/substance abuse field preferred
  • Current, valid Tennessee Driver’s License
  • Specialized training or knowledge in behavioral health and/or chemical dependency preferred
  • Ability to work with adult (18+) substance abuse/dual diagnosed population

BENEFITS
As a small, rapidly-growing team, here’s what you can expect when working for ILC:

  • Grow With Us: We’re a small company but mighty in all that we’re setting out to accomplish. Our staff are invited to set goals and grow with us, creating their own way for career growth.
  • Healing Workplace: Our residential homes and offices are located in the heart of Music City and on the beautiful outskirts of Nashville. Your workplace will be a home, not an office, that’s warm, inviting, and a place that’s good for the soul.
  • Practice What We Preach: We believe in experiencing and understanding the different treatment modalities our clients participate in. All ILC employees are welcome (and encouraged!) to take part in sweat lodges, breathwork, low ropes courses and more.
  • Good Vibes: Play your music, light some palo santo, and make your workspace as cozy and functional as you need. ILC is a place where everyone should feel at home, especially our staff.

APPLY

This position is open until filled (no deadline), at which time this listing will be removed. All your information will be kept confidential. Final candidates will need to agree to a background check and drug screening. Integrative Life Center is a drug-free workplace. We will only contact those applicants that are selected for the interview process. All RA hires are eligible for a $250 sign on bonus.

To apply for this role, please send an email introduction and resume to RAjobs@integrativelifecenter.com with RA – Your Name in the subject field.

Job Title: Resident Assistant
Reports to: Assistant Residential Manager
Status: Part Time / Daytime Shift
Location: Nashville, TN
Start Date: Immediately

Integrative Life Center is growing! If you have a heart for helping people find healing from addiction, eating disorders and co-occurring disorders, and seeing them transform their lives from the inside out, then this role is for you.

You will play a pivotal role in the everyday responsibilities, tasks and interaction with our valued clients. You will be responsible for a variety of support tasks that are essential to the healing and therapeutic environment of ILC by monitoring and overseeing patient compliance with our program.

The RA assists in client orientation to the ILC facility and program, often being the primary point of contact during residency and providing emotional support and assistance to clients in crisis (under the direction of our highly capable and experienced clinical team). You will participate in transporting and supervising clients to and from their activities, monitor their attendance and participation in those activities, and assist with any self-administration of their medications. You will also participate in any activities or therapies as needed (and is appropriate) and contribute to any performance improvement processes as directed.

This is an opportunity for you to make a tangible impact and meaningful contribution to the clients of ILC who are seeking connection and healing from trauma and the subsequent conditions that resulted from it. Our staff are committed to showing up fully for each other and our clients to ensure that everyone who encounters ILC leaves changed for the better!

Who You Are

You’re a dependable, compassionate, motivated team player and proactive problem solver. Though you’ll be provided with direct supervision and observation (staff meetings, management meetings, in-service activities and annual performance reviews), you are self-motivated to get the job done and work autonomously for the betterment of the program and overall experience of our clients.

Basically, you’ll do amazing at ILC because you…

  • You have the resiliency it takes to work in a place where it’s “not about you.” We’re here to serve.
  • You love being organized and managing your own workload effectively.
  • You are dependable, hard-working, humble, compassionate and a team player.
  • You are flexible and go-with-the-flow. You understand that in a growing company where we are working with people and their livelihoods, things can change last minute.
  • You roll up your sleeves and dig in. Nothing is too big or daunting for you to figure out or ask a fellow staff member how to solve.
  • You desire to make an impact.
  • You constantly think about how to communicate better.
  • You want an opportunity to be a part of the most significant season in someone’s life and join a mission-driven company.
  • You have a basic understanding of stress response and methods to ensure personal well-being.

What this looks like IRL

  • Daily written and verbal communication with medical, clinical and administrative staff members
  • Taking on the daily tasks and duties of running a household according to ILC’s program guidelines
  • Provide administrative support to the Residential Manager
  • Daily interaction with clients who often exude behaviors of anxiety, illness, emotional upset, hostility, or are disabled or elderly
  • Every day is different; some days are unpredictable and your work is subject to overriding work schedules, shift changes and the needs that arise from client care
  • Responding to emergency situations to provide efficient and immediate care to the ill and injured resident.
  • Managing general medical complaints of altered mental status, respiratory, cardiac, diabetic, allergic reaction, seizures, environmental emergencies, and psychological crisis.

REQUIREMENTS

  • High school graduate (AA or BA/BS preferred)
  • 1-3 years experience in the behavioral health/substance abuse field preferred
  • Current, valid Tennessee Driver’s License
  • Specialized training or knowledge in behavioral health and/or chemical dependency preferred
  • Ability to work with adult (18+) substance abuse/dual diagnosed population

BENEFITS
As a small, rapidly-growing team, here’s what you can expect when working for ILC:

  • Grow With Us: We’re a small company but mighty in all that we’re setting out to accomplish. Our staff are invited to set goals and grow with us, creating their own way for career growth.
  • Healing Workplace: Our residential homes and offices are located in the heart of Music City and on the beautiful outskirts of Nashville. Your workplace will be a home, not an office, that’s warm, inviting, and a place that’s good for the soul.
  • Practice What We Preach: We believe in experiencing and understanding the different treatment modalities our clients participate in. All ILC employees are welcome (and encouraged!) to take part in sweat lodges, breathwork, low ropes courses and more.
  • Good Vibes: Play your music, light some palo santo, and make your workspace as cozy and functional as you need. ILC is a place where everyone should feel at home, especially our staff.

APPLY

This position is open until filled (no deadline), at which time this listing will be removed. All your information will be kept confidential. Final candidates will need to agree to a background check and drug screening. Integrative Life Center is a drug-free workplace. We will only contact those applicants that are selected for the interview process. All RA hires are eligible for a $250 sign on bonus.

To apply for this role, please send an email introduction and your resume RAjobs@integrativelifecenter.com with RA – Your Name in the subject field.

Job Title: Masters Level Therapist (minimum 5 years masters level clinical experience required)
Reports to: Director of Clinical Services
Status: Full Time
Location: Nashville, TN
Start Date: Immediately

Integrative Life Center is seeking an experienced Masters Level Therapist who is mature minded, flexible, and brings a loving, positive attitude to our expert Clinical Team. We are a privately-owned facility located in the heart of Nashville, Tennessee surrounded by rich culture and artistic heritage. Treatment at ILC is about transformation – transforming your life by engaging in a recovery program that focuses on healing mind, body, and spirit. We believe that treating the whole self is the key to sustaining a healthy and productive life. The path to recovery is not easy, which is why we offer personalized, trauma-informed care that addresses specific needs. We provide a full continuum of care which includes Residential, Partial Hospitalization (PHP), Intensive Outpatient (IOP), and commuter programming. We use evidence-based practices such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Motivational Interviewing along with experiential therapies such as adventure-based ropes course work, sweat lodges, breathwork and psychodrama.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Master’s degree in psychology, social work or related field
  • Licensed (or license eligible and actively pursuing licensure) as a professional counselor, marriage and family therapist or clinical social worker
  • Minimum of 5-8 years’ masters level clinical experience in private practice or treatment center setting (no exceptions)
  • Strong communicator, both verbally and in writing
  • Experience treating clients with Eating Disorders and Disordered Eating
  • Ability to demonstrate understanding of a variety of models and theories of addiction, eating disorders, trauma, mental illness, and related issues
  • Knowledge of philosophies, practices, policies and outcomes of models of treatment, recovery, relapse prevention, and continuing care for dually diagnosed populations
  • Understanding of diagnostic criteria for co-occurring conditions and ability to conceptualize modalities and placement criteria within the continuum of care
  • Understanding of diverse cultures and gender specific issues and ability to incorporate needs of gender and culturally diverse groups into practice setting
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills
  • Ability to prioritize workload and work independently
  • Must comply with drug-free workplace guidelines

BENEFITS
As a small, rapidly growing team, here’s what you can expect when working for ILC:

  • Competitive Salary: Based on experience
  • Health Insurance: Medical, Dental, Vision, Short Term Disability, Long Term Disability, Life Insurance
  • Paid Time Off: Vacation, Sick Time, Paid Holidays
  • Grow with Us: We’re a small company but mighty in all that we’re setting out to accomplish. Our staff are invited to set goals and grow with us, creating their own way for career growth.
  • Healing Workplace: Our offices are located in the heart of Music City and in the rolling hills of West Nashville. Your workplace will be warm, inviting, and a place that’s good for the soul.
  • Practice What We Preach: We believe in experiencing and understanding the different treatment modalities our clients participate in. All ILC employees are welcome (and encouraged!) to take part in sweat lodges, breath work, low ropes courses and more.
  • Good Vibes: Play your music, light some palo santo, and make your workspace as cozy and functional as you need. ILC is a place where everyone should feel at home, especially our staff.

APPLY
This position is open until filled (no deadline), at which time this listing will be removed. All your information will be kept confidential. Final candidates will need to agree to a background check and drug screening. Integrative Life Center is a drug-free workplace. We will only contact those applicants that are selected for the interview process and are not considering any candidates with less than the minimum required experience at this time.

To apply for this role, please send your resume and an email introduction to careers@integrativelifecenter.com with Masters Level Therapist – Your Name in the subject field.

Job Title: Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)
Reports to: Nursing Supervisor
Status: Part-Time (two 12-hour shifts per week; must be available on weekends)
Location: Nashville, TN
Start Date: Immediately

Integrative Life Center is growing! We are seeking a highly skilled, experienced Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) to join our growing behavioral health care team. Do you have a passion for supporting others in reaching their optimal physical and mental health goals? Have you developed an approach to nursing care that exudes empathy, flexibility, and true compassion for those who are seeking to heal unseen wounds? If this describes you, we are eager to explore a working relationship with you!

REQUIREMENTS:

  • A valid LPN license for the state of Tennessee (or compact state)
  • A minimum of 5 years nursing experience, with two of those focused on behavioral health clientele (residential setting preferred)
  • Experience with substance use disorder treatment, including identification, monitoring, monitoring of signs/symptoms of detox as well as performing CIWA and COWS assessments
  • Experience with monitoring and documentation specific to clients with eating disorders
  • Experience working with clients with mental health diagnoses such as major depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder
  • Valid BCLS certification
  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft Suite
  • Impeccable observation skills with high attention to detail
    Excellent oral and written communication skills, including ability to verbally empathize and deescalate high stress situations and individuals
  • Ability to adapt quickly to change
  • Willingness to participate as part of an integrative treatment team
  • Experience in various clinical modalities of client care from a behavioral health perspective
  • Flexibility with varying priorities throughout the assigned shift
  • Ability to triage situations for acuity and notify the Director of Nursing when deemed appropriate
  • Willingness to rotate “on call” with other nursing staff on a rotation for after hours and weekend issues
  • Must be available on weekends


Duties and Responsibilities include (but are not limited to):

  • Collection, tracking and maintaining client history, recording new data each shift
  • Collecting and documenting client vital signs (blood pressure, pulse, respirations, temperature) daily and as needed, reporting any abnormalities to the Director of Nursing
  • Maintaining a safe, therapeutic environment
  • Observing clients self-administer their own medication as ordered, monitoring doses and client response
  • Administering client medication as ordered, monitoring doses and client response
  • Collecting urine drug screens and client weights as directed, documenting and reporting results
  • Assist clients with minor physical complaints and/or injuries with OTC medication as well as minor wound care as needed
  • Provide emotional support to clients and clients’ families; listening to and reporting concerns; offering supportive feedback
  • Communicating changes in level of client status to Director of Nursing, overseeing physician, or on call medical staff
  • Other duties as directed

 

BENEFITS
As a small, rapidly growing team, here’s what you can expect when working for ILC:

  • Competitive Compensation: Based on experience
  • Grow With Us: We’re a small company but mighty in all that we’re setting out to accomplish. Our staff are invited to set goals and grow with us, creating their own way for career growth.
  • Healing Workplace: Our offices are located in the heart of Music City. Your workplace will be warm, inviting, and a place that’s good for the soul.
  • Practice What We Preach: We believe in experiencing and understanding the different treatment modalities our clients participate in. All ILC employees are welcome (and encouraged!) to take part in sweat lodges, breath work, low ropes courses and more.

APPLY

This position is open until filled (no deadline), at which time this listing will be removed. All your information will be kept confidential. Final candidates will need to agree to a background check and drug screening. Integrative Life Center is a drug-free workplace. We will only contact those applicants that are selected for the interview process.

To apply for this role, please send your resume and cover letter to careers@integrativelifecenter.com with Licensed Nurse Practitioner – <Insert Your Name> in the subject field.