This position reports to the Program Director and is responsible for the assessment and treatment of CCC participants in accordance with accepted practices and policies. The Substance Abuse Clinician identifies and facilitates group involvement by providing individual case management for clients in the program. The Substance Abuse Clinician is responsible for ongoing care with an emphasis on strict follow-up supervision in accordance with approved plans and procedures.
The candidate for this position shall possess a Bachelor’s Degree in education, rehabilitation counseling or human services from an accredited college or university. The incumbent shall have a minimum of two years of supervised counseling experience or equivalent combination of education and experience along with holding a LADC.
The successful candidate will have a thorough knowledge of the principles of correctional institution operations, criminal codes, facility policies and procedures, skills training and instruction, have the ability to use computers, manage difficult people under stress and be able to communicate effectively. The candidate must possess a valid driver’s license and pass a physical examination and drug screening. The candidate must be capable of social and professional interaction on varying levels, cognitive behaviors to include educational, literacy, cultural, developmental disabilities, health and biomedical, as well as community needs such as housing and dependent family situations.
Salary range listed is for licensed and experienced Clinicians.