Wellness Health Careers
CADC I & II’s needed!
To provide effective and appropriate Residential Treatment services, alcohol and drug education and process groups.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Provide intake assessments, ongoing evaluations, treatment planning, aftercare referral information and coordination.
Provide ongoing documentation of residential progress/regression according to requirements.
Facilitate and co-facilitate therapy groups.
Provide individual counseling using various treatment modalities.
Assist in development and presentation of education modules.
Transport and monitor activities inside the facility such as recreation, resident meetings, chores, meals, and food pull each evening.
Perform security duties for building including counseling office building, in the evening and on weekends.
Report and document resident behaviors. Complete and submit incident reports on unusual events or situations that occur during your shift.
Report and document resident behaviors, as witnessed, to primary counselors.
Provide specialized services as needed; assist in providing training to new employees.
Maintain ethical professional behavior.
Maintain records and reports according to standards and requirements of the agency, Oregon Administrative Rules and contracting agencies.
Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Supervise and record medications taken by resident(s). Perform and follow urinalysis procedures.
May be required to transport and monitor residents on activities outside the facility. Answer telephones, take messages and communicate to appropriate people. Perform other duties as assigned by Supervisor. Maintain clean and sanitary work area and facility. Possess a non-judgmental attitude towards clients and staff. Establish and maintain a courteous and respectful relationship with the public, community agencies, staff and clients of the program.
At least two (2) years in the alcohol and drug counseling field at the CADC I or II level. OR must be able to become certified according to the State Administrative Rule within specified time frame and one (1) year related alcohol and drug experience. Current CPR and/or First Aid Certification. Valid Oregon driver’s license. The ability to interact amiably with clients, co-workers and members of the public. Be deemed a QMHA by local CMHO.
For immediate consideration, please send your cover letter and resume to Tonya Christensen, Director, via email [email protected] EOE