PUBLIC HEALTH REGISTERED NURSE
LMAS District Health Department has an opening for a full-time Registered Nurse based in our Newberry office, providing services within the LMAS’ four-county district. The RN will provide community-based services focusing on harm reduction programing for those with Substance Use Disorders and will include immunizations, STD and communicable disease testing and treatment, disease surveillance and prevention, counseling, and public education. Knowledge of Substance Use Disorders a plus. Seeking an RN with a current Michigan license, BSN preferred. Electronic health record experience desirable; computer literacy required.
Make a difference in the health of your community
Work with and advocate for families
Competitive wages, exciting work environment
Major holidays and weekends off
PEER RECOVERY COACH
LMAS District Health Department is accepting applications for a Peer Recovery Coach. This position is full-time with benefits. A Peer Recovery Coach is someone who has lived with Substance Use Disorder and is committed to recovery. The main job duties are to offer support, guidance, and share personal experience with individuals in the early recovery process. The successful candidate will provide services within the LMAS’ four-county district, in collaboration with a registered nurse.
A high school diploma and minimum of two years of sobriety while working a recovery program preferred. Good verbal and written communication skills a must. Willingness to share personal substance use recovery experiences with clients, as appropriate.