Careers with Cornerstone
Begin your career with Cornerstone
Taking a step forward with Cornerstone is taking a step forward in your career.
Cornerstone of Recovery is built around dependable employees dedicated to our goal of creating effective and affordable drug and alcohol rehab programs.
As a member of the Cornerstone team, you’ll have the opportunity to work alongside experienced professionals in a variety of roles, including clinical therapy, nursing, and administrative support. You’ll play a critical role in helping clients on their journey to recovery, using evidence-based treatment methods and personalized care plans.
But working at Cornerstone isn’t just about the work – it’s about the people and culture. Our team is made up of passionate individuals who are committed to supporting each other, fostering growth and development, and creating a welcoming and inclusive environment for all. We offer competitive salary and benefits packages, opportunities for professional development, and a supportive work-life balance.
Cornerstone has forged a strong foundation that comes from three simple principles. Advocacy, Consistency, and Transparency are the basis on which we have built our continued success.
We advocate for our patients every day, working to get them the help they need by motivating the patient and family to act. We advocate for our employees, our peers, and our company. We advocate with our third-party payors to approve the level of service that we know will promote successful addiction recovery. Our advocacy is crucial to the success of our outcomes.
Being consistent in all we do ensures our continued, predictable results and success. We have been effectively consistent with our outcomes, programming, and care. Also, we value consistency with how we treat, communicate, and motivate one another.
Being transparent with one another allows us to maximize our collaboration. At Cornerstone of Recovery, we know if we share our desired outcome for a project and all the parts involved, our team can solve anything. If we want to have sustainable success, we must be transparent with everything we do.
CAREERS IN ADDICTION TREATMENT
Clinical professionals are the heart and foundation of Cornerstone of Recovery’s programs. Our licensed counselors and therapists lay the path to sobriety for our patients throughout their recovery. We strive to set our clinical staff up for success by providing continuing education and supervision hours, allowing them to provide the best guidance and care for patients in our residential and outpatient facilities.
Our medical team plays a pivotal role in transforming lives and offering hope to individuals struggling with addiction. Our licensed professionals , including nurses, physicians, and medical assistants provide evidence-based medical care, personalized treatment plans, and holistic support.
From compassionate Admissions Counselors who help begin the journey, to the talented kitchen staff making delicious meals, enviromental services and security staff keeping our campus safe and comfortable, and our Peer Support Specialitsts, Assistant Counselors, and Program Service Aides, our various support teams make sure every patient receive the best care possible.
Administrative and Corporate Opportunities
We’re always hiring innovative and creative professionals who want to grow with Cornerstone and our parent company, Bradford Health Services. Our administrative and corporate teams include Management, Finance, Human Resources, Compliance, Marketing, Business Development, and Information Technologies (IT) roles.
Featured Job Opportunities at Cornerstone of Recovery
Therapists & Counselors
Counselors and therapists assess physical, emotional, and psychological health, helping patients understand the disease of addiction, learn healthy coping skills, and develop a recovery plan to prevent relapse.
Nurses – NPs, RNs, & LPNs
Nurses at Cornerstone’s residential and outpatient addiction treatment facilities play an important role in a patient’s treatment, coordinating and delivering quality medical care alongside therapists and other medical providers.
Our Admissions Counselors are often the first voice a person hears when they seek addiction treatment. This on-site team answers crisis calls, completes consultations, and facilitates the admissions process with our campus.