Answer is yes.
ATC Section 6. Vectoring:
When vectoring or approving an aircraft to deviate off of a procedure that includes published altitude restrictions, advise the pilot if you intend on clearing the aircraft to resume the procedure.
FLY HEADING (degrees), MAINTAIN (altitude), EXPECT TO RESUME (SID, STAR, etc.).
DEVIATION (restrictions if necessary) APPROVED, MAINTAIN (altitude) EXPECT TO RESUME (SID, STAR, etc.) AT (NAVAID, fix, waypoint).
NOTE− After a Climb Via or Descend Via clearance has been issued, a vector/deviation off of a SID/STAR cancels the altitude restrictions on the procedure. The aircraft’s Flight Management System (FMS) may be unable to process crossing altitude restrictions once the aircraft leaves the SID/STAR lateral path. Without an assigned altitude, the aircraft’s FMS may revert to leveling off at the altitude set by the pilot, which may be the SID/STAR’s published top or bottom altitude.
(Position with respect to course/fix along route), RESUME OWN NAVIGATION, FLY HEADING (degrees).
WHEN ABLE, PROCEED DIRECT (name of fix), RESUME (SID/STAR/transition/procedure).
eurocontrol.int quotes ICAO Doc4444, 15th edition 2007:
RESUME OWN NAVIGATION [DIRECT] (significant point) [MAGNETIC TRACK (three digits) DISTANCE (number) KILOMETRES (or MILES)].
JOIN (specify) AT (significant point) AT (level) [AT (time)].
Example: LGL123 join upper golf 1 at GORLU at FL330 at time three two.