Professional Opportunities at Livengrin

Our nonprofit promotes personal and professional satisfaction for its staff with opportunities for advancement, competitive benefits and rewarding relationships with co-workers and patients.

We welcome inquiries regarding internships from higher education and other institutions.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Current Opportunities


Registered Nurse

Bensalem, Part-time position. 1st & 2nd shift.

Bensalem, Pool position. 3rd shift.


Administrative Assistant

Lower Bucks, Part-time position. Evening shift.

Must have excellent computer, telephone and organizational skills.

Communications & Development Associate/Grant Writer

Bensalem, Full-time position.

Candidate will be responsible for coordinating and writing grant applications. Works to implement overall development goals and fundraising plans related to annual giving, major giving and special events. Enters and processes gifts received, assists with gift acknowledgements, and manages the access database. Assists with the planning and implementation of special events for donor recognition, prospect cultivation, and board relations. Provides assistance with the preparation of gift reports, annual reports, routine correspondence, and mail appeals. Manages special projects and assignments, as well as provides administrative support to Vice President of Development as needed.  Must have a Bachelor’s Degree with a minimum of three years relevant experience in non-profit fundraising/grant writing

Director of Admissions

Bensalem, Full-time position.

The Director of Admissions will be responsible for coordinating and managing the Assessment staff and providing consultations and assessments to recommend effective treatment options. Determines and implements an effective staffing plan which will accomplish department objectives and standards of care, and promotes the maximum utilization of staff. Implements standards for the measurement of the quality and quantity of care provided. Completes pre-certification, when necessary with Managed Care Organizations or insurance providers. Provides orientation to new employees and interns in regard to the assessment process. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent from a related field, Master’s degree preferred with experience in a human service agency, preferably in a drug and alcohol setting, which includes supervision of others and direct service and program planning. Experience with motivational interviewing engagement techniques and project management and outcome measurement skills strongly preferred.

Program Manager

Northeast, Full-time position.

Implements the objectives, policies, and standards for care of patients which reflect the mission of the Foundation.  Determines and implements an effective staffing plan which will accomplish site objectives and standards of care and promotes the maximum utilization of staff.

Minimum Requirements: Master’s Degree in medicine, chemical dependency, psychology, social work, counseling, nursing (with a specialty in nursing/health administration, nursing/counseling education or a clinical specialty in a human services), public administration, business management or related field.   Must have two or more years of experience in a human service agency; strong background in drug and alcohol setting required; experience in supervising employees and program planning; previous experience in financial planning and marketing/business development highly preferred.

Quality Improvement (QI) Manager

Bensalem, Full-time position.

The Quality Improvement Department team is seeking a high energy, detail-oriented candidate with an interest in identifying improvement opportunities. The QA Manager will report to the Director of Quality Improvement & Planning. In this role, the candidate will be providing oversight for the medical records department in support of chart monitoring including closing clean charts, policy compliance and monitoring chart and letter requests. You will have an opportunity to play a key role in the expansion of the Quality Improvement department as we work to connect compliance and quality in a meaningful way. Core objectives of this position include creating a system for Foundation-wide gap analysis between performance and internal and external standards. Candidate will have administrative responsibilities for licensing assessments and will also provide project-based support for addressing any identified gaps through training, coaching and system changes.

Must have an analytical and organizational skill base background; strong experience in Human Service field; Bachelor’s degree or equivalent (Master’s preferred) from a related field; working knowledge and interest in clinical quality. Experience with excel, electronic health records system (Sigmund) and ability to comfortably contribute to data collection efforts preferred.


Assessment Counselor

Bensalem, Temporary Full-time position.

Bachelor’s degree or equivalent from a related field. Knowledge of PCPC and DSM5 is preferred.


Lower Bucks, Full-time position.

Master’s degree required.


Quality Improvement Associate

Oxford Valley, Full-time position.

This candidate will be responsible for supporting the Quality department in objective observation and reporting of organization adherence to state and JCAHO requirements as well as Livengrin policies and procedures. The QI Associate will also be responsible for the security, quality and maintenance of patient charts, including overseeing proper handling of information release and letters regarding chart information to patients and other requesting organizations.

Staff Technician

Bensalem, Full-time position.

Utilization Review Specialist

Bensalem, Full-time position.

  Candidate will be responsible for obtaining authorizations for patients with commercial and public insurances. Completes peer to peer reviews and maintains clinical reviews on patient records in compliance with all licensing, regulatory and accrediting agency requirements. Candidate must at minimum have an LPN license or a CAC certification. Knowledge of chemical dependency is required.