JOB FAIR Wednesday, December 19, 2017, 10am-2pm
700 S. Clinton Street
Summary This position is responsible for the management, clinical supervision and day-to-day operations of the assigned programs and services of the agency. This position also provides addiction intervention, AODA counseling and recovery support services to clients and their families, as needed.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- Supervise the day-to day activities of the vase management and office staff assigned to the designated program(s).
- Serve as direct liaison to Administrator for program related needs and operational issues
- Participate in work groups as assigned
- Establish work schedules for assigned staff and provide direct coverage when necessary
- Prepare, interpret and present reports regarding program operations and assist the Administrator in the evaluation of service and utilization of resources
- Adhere to service hour protocol established by the agency
- Participate in the review of staff performance and the completion of annual performance appraisals.
- Perform routine quality improvement activities
- Assist in assurance that staff training needs are met through development and implementation of programs needed
- Provide guidance and support in resolving crisis situations with clients
- Assure compliance with agency policies and procedures
- Provide direct services to alcohol and drug dependent clients as necessary
- Provide representation and consultation with other outside professionals to facilitate coordination, collaboration and cooperation between the agency and the community
- Master’s degree preferred; bachelor’s degree in human services from an accredited college or university or a related field; Five or more years experience related field; or any equivalent combination of training and experience
- Three or more years of management experience
- Possess a CADC certification through the State Certification Board (IAODAPCA)
- Knowledge of human behavior and performance for the assessment and treatment of substance abuse disorders. Specific knowledge necessary for working with special populations
- Knowledge of the signs and symptoms of substance abuse
- Knowledge of the ASAM placement criteria and the DSM-IV as it relates to substance-related disorders or able to acquire the knowledge
- Knowledge of the Code of Ethics for substance abuse professionals
- Knowledge of the federal drug and alcohol confidentiality law (42 C.F.R. Part 2) and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
- Good communication and organizational skills
- Knowledge of the criminal justice system
- Ability to work with a diverse population
- Ability to work flexible hours and travel as needed (evening/weekend hours)
- Good computers skills which include proficiency in Microsoft Office applications and the Internet
- Must be available to attend meetings and meet the needs of the clients throughout the city, counties or wherever needed (a valid driver’s license, current
auto insurance and reliable automotive transportation may be required)
Physical Demands The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to perform the functions of this job.
The employee is regularly required to use hands and fingers to handle, feel or operate objects or controls and to reach with hands and arms. The employee is frequently required to stand, sit, and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to walk and smell. The employee may occasionally lift and/or move up to 20 pounds. The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.