Job Opportunities

Vinland offers competitive wages and benefits:

  • Health, Vision, and Dental Insurance
  • Simple IRA
  • Generous paid time off (PTO) plus holidays
  • CPR training
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • On-site cafeteria (Residential location only)
  • On-site fitness center (Residential location only)

Current Openings

Outpatient LADC or ADC-T

Vinland National Center’s outpatient services facility, located in NE Minneapolis, MN is an outpatient Substance Use Disorder and Problem Gambling Treatment Center for adults with cognitive and physical disabilities. We are looking for someone for full-time days.

  • Benefits offered: based on FT Hour status: PTO 24 days first year, 27 PTO days at 2 years, 30 PTO days at 4 years, etc. Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Life Insurance, Long Term Disability, Retirement benefits, Education assistance, or tuition reimbursement. Workplace perks such as food/coffee, other types of insurance.

Qualifications:

Licensed LADC or ADC-T, BA/BS degree in a behavioral science discipline and satisfactory completion of at least 30 classroom hours of education in each of the following areas: Chemical Abuse and Dependency, Chemical Use Assessment, and Case Management and State of Minnesota Licensure. Knowledge in family systems counseling. Knowledge of persons with disabilities. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Excellent organizational skills. Ability to work as part of an interdisciplinary team. The case manager has the authority to execute job responsibilities independently as proscribed by Minnesota state statute and rule.

Responsibilities include:

DIRECT SERVICE

  1. Monitor the health and safety of all participants, providing basic health and safety services as needed.
  2. Coordinate the involvement of interdisciplinary services in the formulation of a comprehensive treatment plan.
  3. Provide support to all staff in the management of behavioral crisis, utilizing the least restrictive means possible. In the absence of the Program Director and Counseling Supervisor, offer direction to other staff and coordinate all efforts.
  4. Provide regular group and individual counseling sessions to participants and their families as needed.
  5. Document any significant events contact with outside agencies or people, groups, individual sessions, treatment plans and regular entries for group attendance as required by Vinland standards.
  6. Complete a discharge summary on each participant within the required time frame.
  7. Prepare an individual treatment plan utilizing client-centered approaches within the required time frame.
  8. Conduct, Screenings, Comprehensive assessments and intake process as needed

SUPPORT SERVICES

  1. Participate in weekly staff meetings to review client status and clinical data.
  2. Participate in a regular on-call schedule providing direction to staff in the event of emergencies, shift vacancies and other problem areas.
    C. Assist with intake process and the completion of intake screening for potential admission.
  3. Participate in the development of outside training and workshops.
  4. Assist with the completion of admission process as needed.
  5. Coordinate the involvement of outside agencies in the formulation of treatment plans, discharge plans and regular referral contact updates.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONDUCT

  1. Participate in regular continuing education and professional development seminars.
  2. Participate as a member of Vinland’s interdisciplinary team in a manner which promotes professionalism, client-centered services, and staff cooperation.
  3. Understand and comply with the standard of ethics as established by Minnesota Department of Health/Board of Behavioral Health and therapy.
  4. Understand and comply with all current statutory and regulatory standards as they relate to professional duties and conduct.
  5. Understand and comply with all statutes regarding rules of confidentiality and data privacy.

Understand and support the implementation of all policies and procedures related to safety, infection control, risk management, and illness/injury prevention. Report any observed or suspected violations to supervisor.
Participate in regular job performance supervision based on standards of job performance conducted in one-to-one meeting’s that will meet on a regular and continuing basis, including a written annual review.

Vinland Center is an equal opportunity employer.

APPLY:

Send cover letter and resume to the following:

  •  Don Raasch/ donr@vinlandcenter.org or call him at 763. 479.4560 (A background check is required.)

LOCATION: Minneapolis, Minnesota

HOURS: Full-time, days

POSTED DATE: September, 2021

 

EXPERIENCE:

  • Enrollment in an educational program with a degree in behavioral sciences and/or chemical dependency with the goal of state Licensure as an Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC). Must be willing to work as part of an interdisciplinary team. Willingness to learn about individuals with cognitive disabilities is a must.
  • Practical experience in all 12 core functions. Learning and time within each core function will be determined by the intern and the supervisor of Vinland.
  • Interns learning agreement, provided by their institution, will be followed ongoing. Vinland, the student, and the student’s institution instructor will work collaboratively to determine ongoing learning experiences.
  • Student to meet with the intern’s supervisor for weekly sessions of supervision and support while in Vinland’s internship program. Date and time to be determined by intern and supervisor.
  • Students to work with the assigned case managers to clearly communicate schedules to allow adequate coverage of responsibilities.

LEARNING INTERDISCIPLINARY SKILLS:

  • Participate as a member of Vinland’s interdisciplinary team in a manner that promotes professionalism, client-centered services, communication, and staff cooperation.
  • Understand and comply with the standard of ethics as established by the Minnesota Department of Health.
  • Understand and comply with all current statutory and regulatory standards as they related to professional duties and conduct.
  • Understand and comply with all statutes regarding HIPAA, rules of confidentiality, and data privacy.
  • Understand and support the implementation of all policies and procedures related to vulnerable adults and safety, infection control, risk management, and illness/injury prevention. Report any observed or suspected violations to your supervisor.

APPLY:

Send cover letter and resume to the following locations of interest:

  • For Minneapolis Location: Contact Don Raasch/ donr@vinlandcenter.org
  • For Loretto location: Contact Tom Beckers/ tbeckers@vinlandcenter.org
  • Full-time or part-time

Residential location in Loretto, MN or Outpatient location in NE Minneapolis, MN

 

Hours Monday – Friday 7 am-3 pm

  • Benefits offered: based on FT Hour status: PTO 24 days first year, 27 PTO days at 2 years, 30 PTO days at 4 years, etc. Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Life Insurance, Long Term Disability, Retirement benefits, Education assistance, or tuition reimbursement. Workplace perks such as food/coffee, other types of insurance.
  • Current license as a Licensed Practical Nurse.
  • Knowledge of people with disabilities and chemical dependency.
  • Ability to work as part of an interdisciplinary team.

 

  1. Responsibilities include:
  • Assist with admissions, and assessment of participants’ clinical status.
  • Dispensing of medications.
  • Assist in maintaining high-quality, timely nursing documentation in participants’ charts.
  • Assist in keeping each participant’s medication record-MAR.
  • Assist in keeping medical supplies well-stocked and up to date.

 

Vinland Center is an equal opportunity employer.

APPLY: Contact DebbieL@Vinlandcenter.org or 763. 479.4520 (A background check is required.)

LOCATION: Loretto, Minnesota

HOURS: Full-time, 7am – 3pm

POSTED DATE: July 26, 2021

Vinland National Center’s residential facility, located in Loretto, MN is a 61-bed Substance Use Disorder Treatment Center for adults with cognitive and physical disabilities. We are looking for someone for days, evenings, and overnight shifts.

The position involves working with clients, either one on one or as a group. Supervising recreation and crafts, assisting clients with personal needs, and distributing medication. Maintain the confidentiality of clients and other pertinent information.

APPLY: Contact DebbieL@Vinlandcenter.org or 763. 479.4520

A background check is required.

LOCATION: Loretto, Minnesota

HOURS: Part-time AND Full-time positions available!

SALARY: $16.00-17.00 /Hour for PT; $17.00-$18.00/Hour for FT

POSTED DATE: Spring 2021