Saving Lives by Changing Lives
The ASAP mission is Saving Lives by Changing Lives. ASAP employees enjoy meaningful work, helping protect Public Safety by helping ensure that employers and their safety-sensitive employees work in drug-free environments. The mission-critical work is as demanding as it is satisfying: 85% of individuals who participate in ASAP services complete the program drug-free! We help substance using individuals reclaim their jobs, their health, their families and their lives.
The successful ASAP employee is professional, mature, thrives on teamwork, is dedicated to excellence and actively participates in company-wide campaigns to cultivate a vibrant culture. The new ASAP employee enters a workplace where hard work is expected, contributions are valued and opportunities for growth and promotion are within reach.
Location: The ASAP corporate office is located in suburban Baltimore in the Falls Road business corridor. Our office is convenient to the Jones Falls Expressway (I-83), the Baltimore Beltway (I-695) and public transportation. Parking is free and restaurants are in walking distance.
Benefits: ASAP offers comprehensive training, employer-supplemented health insurance plans, paid time off, professional development, EAP sessions, and eligibility to participate in both disability insurance and a 401-K employer-matching profit-sharing program.
The Clinical Manager role oversees one of our Substance Abuse Professionals (SAP) Program Management Service Delivery teams, a team of approximately 6-7 Case Managers. The role is responsible for continuously improving quality in customer service and clinical integrity of our programs. Responsibility also includes evaluating operational protocols, procedures and standards for service delivery. The Clinical Manager develops future ASAP leaders through training, coaching and inspiring growth and development.
The Case Manager role provides case management support for individuals in the return-to-duty process, interfaces with employer human resources and/or their designated employer representative and the substance abuse evaluator. The position requires abilities for comprehensive case documentation, superior problem solving skills, and strong customer service competencies.
The Aftercare & Testing Coordinator role supports the participating individual in a follow-up testing program in addition to monitoring continuing care. The position is best suited to the person who is detail oriented, technology savvy and who thrives in a fast-paced team-driven environment. Job tasks include testing notification, test tracking and comprehensive case documentation of follow-up appointments and continuing care.
The Provider Relations Specialist plays a key role in maintaining and growing the ASAP Provider Network of DOT Substance Abuse Professionals (SAP) and NRC Substance Abuse Experts (SAE). Duties include recruiting, re-credentialing, and negotiating contract terms with Providers. This individual will provide customer support to Providers regarding compliance to federal regulations and employer policies, continuing education trainings and related administrative functions.
The Business Support Specialist is responsible for supporting both the Business to Customer (B2C) and the Business to Business (B2B) sales sector at ASAP. This individual will enroll participants in ASAP return-to-duty programs and help them embark upon and navigate the process. The customer base includes employees of DOT mandated employers, second chance/union employers, drug and alcohol testing companies, and nuclear facilities.
Apply Today: ASAPJobs@go2asap.com