Substance Abuse Counselor

Company Name:
ATTIC Correctional Services, Inc.
Wage: $22.00 - $24.00 per hour
Hours per week: Part-time: 24 hours per week
Shift/Work days: M-F: hoursTBD
Minimum Qualifications:
1. High school diploma or equivalent.
2. Substance Abuse Counselor (SAC) certification required.
3. Two (2) years experience relating to substance abuse and/or criminal justice.
4. Two (2) years experience serving correctional/AODAclients.
5. Ability to relate to a diverse population and to be ethnically and culturally sensitive.
6. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
7. Good organization skills and detail orientated.
8. Ability to enforce rules and set discipline in a non-punitive fashion.
The person in this position is responsible for substance abuse counseling and treatment concerning alcohol and drug issues. They will provide day treatment and intensive outpatient groups for 10 -15 individuals.AODAprogramming must be delivered in a secular manner, free of religious components and must follow the agency prescribed curriculum. Duties will include: receiving referrals for group participation, completing necessary paperwork and reports, preparing and maintaining client files according toACS, state, and federal confidentiality regulations, ensuring maximum group participant numbers, completing attendance sheets promptly after each group, discharge summaries, monthly billings, and others as specified; maintaining required communication with supervisor and agents, participating in training in the supervision of offenders, appearing at revocation and court hearings if required, developing and maintaining a training plan in accordance withDRLregulation appropriate to the level of staff licensure.
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