Working for Keystone Substance Abuse Services is a rewarding and fulfilling opportunity. Thank you for your interest in Keystone’s employment opportunities. Please review our open jobs below. If you see something that is of interest, click for more details. You will have an option to submit your resume and an application on the detail page. Please note that this section is updated regularly, so re-visit the site to view changes. Keystone is an equal opportunity employer.

Administrative Specialist – Part Time

Part Time: Mon thru Thurs 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM and some weekends.

1. Works closely with Facilities Manager and Operations Manager in providing Patient Access service at front desk to persons seeking and currently in services at Keystone.
2. Maintains professionalism; provides courtesy to patients by telephone and walk-ins; maintains and monitors lobby traffic control area.
3. Upholds financial policies of agency and contributes to meeting budgetary goals in self pay collections:
a. prepares and explains Fee Agreements with patients and explains policies to patients using approved scripts
b. as assigned, conducts Financial Assistance Applications
c. assertively seeks to collect self-pay payments from patients during check-in
4. Conducts Point of Entry procedures using approved documents, procedures and scripts.
5. Performs drug testing as needed for male patients
6 receiving an annual TB skin test.
7. Require regular and reliable attendance.
8. Proficiency with MS office computer software applications and/or Medical Records
software applications, emails, etc. Seeks and participates in development of
proficiency with available online and in-house trainings.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The qualifications listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to remain seated for extended periods of time, to use hands/fingers to use various writing or computer systems, to answer telephones periodically, to file documents, and for employees of the medical withdrawal management unit, to assist patients in ambulatory motion. The normal course of business may include dealing with volatile consumers and/or stakeholders.

Bloodborne pathogen exposure classification: II

QUALIFICATIONS: I: High school diploma and two (2) years customer service experience II: Assoc. or Bachelor’s Degree and two (2) years’ experience or high school diploma and four (4) years’ customer service experience. Working knowledge of computers, Microsoft Office applications, good communication skills (written and verbal).

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LPN Nursing Position


Inpatient Detox (14 beds) facility-Full-Time 3rd shift (10 hours), Part-Time and PRN all shifts
o Performs all appropriate nursing services, including admission (Inpatient or Outpatient) nursing assessment, accurate and professional charting, (to include proficiency with MS Office computer software applications and/or medical records software/applications, emails, etc.), knowledge of and strict adherence to Inpatient Medication Program for clients, on-going assessment of client throughout stay and through completion of client discharges.
o Provide education to and consultation with clients about health and wellness related issues, and information about their medications and make appropriate referrals as needed.
o Bi-Lingual a plus!

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York County All On Board – Project Director – Full Time

JOB SUMMARY: The Director will facilitate and convene a county-wide community coalition that will development a strategic action plan to decrease alcohol, tobacco, marijuana, and prescription drug use by youth and other community members. The Coordinator will ensure that the coalition includes members from 12 key community sectors and follows the five phases of the CADCA strategic prevention framework to implement key environmental strategies identified by fund source. Knowledge of media literacy and youth leadership skill development plus experience with county-wide schools and systems is necessary to be effective.

• Convene and facilitate monthly meetings.
• Recruit and maintain appropriate coalition members from the community, schools, and other sectors identified in the Drug Free Communities Support Program.
• Coordinate an active youth group that will participate in the coalition initiatives in as many York County middle and high schools as possible.
• Guide the coalition through the Strategic Planning Framework by making them aware of the need for the process.
• Coordinate coalition training when necessary.
• Record, maintain, and distribute coalition agendas, minutes, and subcommittee materials.
• Oversee implementation of appropriate environmental strategies as needed or indicated by available data collected from biannual surveys of students or other means.
• Develop and implement a marketing strategy (flyers, brochures, power point presentations) for the dissemination of the Coalition’s work. Assist with the collection of evaluation data in collaboration with the four York County School Districts and other key stakeholders.
• Collaborate and attend trainings with other agencies as needed or directed.
• Maintain a board of directors as directed by the By Laws and conduct a monthly or bi monthly board meeting as needed.
• Participate in community-wide prevention events.
• Prepare an annual report to keep the coalition and community informed about coalition progress.
• Direct acquisition of funds adequate to carry out the mission of YCAOB.
• Develop and maintain YCAOB website.
• Develop a fund raising plan to help sustain the coalition staff and activities from year to year.
• Advocate for York County All On Board by being involved and visible in the community.

• Awareness of environmental and prevention strategies necessary to help prevent teen substance abuse.
• Ability to work and communicate with diverse groups in York County.
• Ability to demonstrate enthusiasm, generate participation and provide team leadership.
• Ability to work independently with limited supervision.

• Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Social Science, Health Education and experience with youth and adults in schools and community settings. Or, minimum of 3 years experience with youth and adults in group settings in the community or schools. Substance abuse prevention knowledge is needed to be effective.
• Computer competency required (word processing, database management, and Internet familiarity).

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Outpatient Clinical Counselor

This position is Full Time (40 hours, Monday-Thursday TBD and Friday 8:00 AM-4:00 PM). Responsibilities include conducting assessments, treatment planning, case management and individual, family and group counseling. Requirements: Master’s degree in Human Services, either current for Certification as an Addiction Counselor in South Carolina (CACI or CACII) or the ability to be in process. LMSW or LPC /LPC-I Licensure preferred. Clinical experience with conducting groups preferred. Bi-Lingual a plus!

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