Employment at MARR


Residential Assistant – Women’s Recovery Center

RESPONSIBILITIES: Resident assistants monitor client safety and whereabouts at the women’s residences  in our intensive residential treatment program.  Responsible for maintaining logs of daily activities; providing transportation and communicating with on-call clinical staff.

Currently seeking a PRN Residential Assistant for Saturday and Sunday overnight shifts needed 9p – 5am.

QUALIFICATIONS: High School diploma with bachelor’s degree preferred, as well as certification or interest in being a counselor in the State of Georgia, such as those with a Certified Addiction Counselor (CAC) or Addiction Counselor in Training (CIT) actively pursuing certification as a CAC. Must be at least 21 years of age, have a valid driver’s license and good driving record, strong organizational skills, good communication skills, and the ability to work as a member of a team. This position also requires a minimum of 18 months of abstinence from alcohol and drugs. Thorough understanding of 12 step recovery process, preferred.

Please submit resume to [email protected].

Part-Time Admissions Coordinator

QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum Education is a Master’s Degree in counseling, psychology, or social work, and/or a certification in addiction counseling. A person who is currently working on certification for addiction counseling may have additional experience that qualifies them for the position. At least one years’ experience in counseling or related treatment field is required.

WORK SCHEDULE: 2-3 shifts per week from 3 PM – 9 PM, and 1 shift per weekend for 6 hours on either Saturday or Sunday.


  • Provide information to any person requesting information about MARR and the programs it provides.
  • Perform assessments to determine potential patients’ appropriateness for MARR’s services. Assessments can be done in person or over the phone. In some circumstances, individuals may be assessed at hospitals, detox facilities, and jails.
  • Create evaluation files for all assessments conducted in the MARR information system (TIER).
  • Enter evaluation information and/or contact information into MARR information system (TIER).
  • Coordinate with MARR staff to facilitate appropriate patient admission scheduling and processing.
  • Help coordinate admission of patients from first call to admission date by providing smooth handoff to full-time admissions coordinators.
  • Complete clinical data gathering from referents and family as part of the admission process.
  • Provide referrals for individuals who are not appropriate for admission to one of the MARR’s programs, and document in patient file in MARR database (TIER).
  • Notify Outreach Team within 24 hours of any professional or contract referrals.
  • Any other job related duties assigned.

JOB SPECIFIC COMPETENCIES: High level of professionalism; counseling and communication (written and verbal) skills are required. Experience and competency in Microsoft Windows based products including Word, Excel and Outlook. Have prior experience in assessing for clinical needs according to DSM-V or ASAM criteria. Be able to handle face-to-face and telephone calls of persons in crisis situations.

Please submit resume to [email protected].

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