Monarch Shores Careers and Employment
A leader in providing women’s and men’s substance abuse treatement, we’re committed to the highest standards of care. This prestigious organization gives special consideration to applicants with previous experience in residential treatment.
We’re Always Looking to Add to Our Team
If you believe that you have the experience and drive to assist people on their journey to sobriety then Monarch Shores may be the perfect place for you. We pride ourselves on having a complete and diverse staff that utilizes their skills to help provide a high quality treatment experience. Our team can always use more qualified people on staff, so why not apply today?
Listed below are various job positions that include counselors, chefs, to caregivers, and so many more. It’s important to us that we offer each of our clients sophisticated medical and therapeutic services to aid in their physical, mental and emotional recovery. We are seeking qualified applicants who would like an opportunity to be a part of someone’s new beginning to a better life. We appreciate our employees and provide competitive compensation and benefits.
27123 Calle Arroyo
#2121, San Juan Capistrano
- Clinical Director
- Behavioral Health Technician
- Certified Medical Assistant
- Licensed Vocational Nurse
- Group Facilitator
The Clinical Director is responsible for providing the clinical oversight of Monarch Shores’ Detoxification, Residential, and Therapeutic Programs providing oversight for overall operations under the direction of the Chief Executive Officer. The Clinical Director shall continually strengthen the organization’s infrastructure, supervise personal, and enforce State, CARF and JCAHO policies and procedures.
Behavioral Health Technician
The Behavioral Health Technician is responsible for assessing client needs and monitoring behavior while at the program. Under the supervision of the Operations Manager, the Behavioral Health Technician is responsible for documenting activities of daily living, caring for clients, helping to coordinate treatment and executing daily programming. Behavioral Health Technicians also may assist counselors with crisis management, groups and education, as needed.
Certified Medical Assistant (CMA)
The Certified Medical Assistant is responsible for providing the quality care within Monarch Shores Recovery’ Detoxification and Residential Programs. Ensuring timely implementation of orders given, reporting of client needs, and updating client notes. The Certified Medical Assistant
will exhibit a variety of functions including safety, quality improvement needs, and compliance standards of daily client care. The Certified Medical Assistant also performs direct client services to clients including medication administration. Clinical responsibilities include taking medical histories, recording vital signs, and explaining treatment to clients.
The Driver is responsible for assessing client needs and monitoring behavior while at the program. The Driver’s primary duty is to transport the client to and from destinations in a comfortable, safe and efficient manner. Meeting those goals entails additional responsibilities, tasks, knowledge and attention to detail.
The Therapist is responsible for assessing and monitoring client behavior while in treatment for chemical and alcohol abuse and dependency. In collaboration with the Clinical Director, the Therapist is responsible for documenting client behavior, group participation and counseling; caring for clients, and coordinating treatment and discharge planning. Therapists will also be providing crisis management, counseling, group therapies and education for the clients and family/significant others in therapeutic milieu setting.
Licensed Vocational Nurse
The Licensed Vocational Nurse is responsible to maintain the daily medical needs and medication needs of all clients in Monarch Shores. The Licensed Vocational Nurse will maintain logs, counts, and client compliance of medications and monitoring for med adjustments. Communicate with staff all aspects of client health and medications. Communicate with families and pharmacy daily as needed. Provide staff education/training on medication and logging meds.
The Group Facilitator is responsible for assessing and monitoring client behavior within Monarch Shores’ Detoxification, Residential, and Therapeutic Programs. The Group Facilitator works in collaboration with the clinical team to ensure all services are being delivered to Monarch Shores’ standards, the Group Facilitator is responsible for documenting client behavior, group participation and BPS’s. The Group Facilitator will also be providing crisis management and education for the clients and family/significant others in a therapeutic milieu setting.