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JOB BOARD POSTINGS


November 18, 2016

Employer Information
Company Name:: ABC Traffic Programs
Company Address:: 1501 Raymond Ave Suite C
City:: Anaheim
State:: California
ZIP Code:: 92801
Company Website::
Contact Person:: Cristal Pizano
Contact Person Title::
E-mail:: jobs@abctraffic.com
Telephone::

Job Information

Position Title:: Certified Drug & Alcohol Counselor – Full Time

Position Description:: Position Includes: Case Managing, Group Leading and Educational Session Instructors

Opportunities in Anaheim & Santa Ana

Qualifications:: Current Registration and/or Certified

Must have 2 years experience and Verification of Hours

Bilingual is a Must!! (English / Spanish)

Salary / Compensation:: DOE / full Time

Application Due Date::


November 16, 2016

Employer Information
Company Name:: Southern Solano Alcohol Council / Bi-Bett Corp
Company Address:: 419 Pennsylvania St
City:: Vallejo
State:: California
ZIP Code:: 94590
Company Website::
Contact Person:: Carol Roberts
Contact Person Title:: Program Director
E-mail:: ssacbb@att.net
Telephone:: (707) 643-2715

Job Information

Position Title:: Program Counselor – Full Time / Benefitted

Position Description:: Supervise a 9 bed non- medical social model detoxification facility, Relate on a peer level with residents in a supportive non-judgmental manner. Follow program procedures and
assist residents in a comfortable admission process. Keep accurate records and individual files. Perform specified operational tasks. Make decisions and assist clients in crisis and stressful situations. Knowledgeable of acute withdrawal from alcohol and other drugs. Supervise Men’s Sober Living on call if needed. Follow and implement Federal, State, County and Local regulations.

Qualifications::
Ability to pass CPR and First Aid.
Medical Clearance is required.
Ability to work in Crisis situations.
Ability to be a positive role model.
Ability to work with all cultures.
Must Acquire and maintain Intern Registration/Certification Requirements with an approved California Certifying Entity.
Minimum 2 years sobriety.
Minimum 1 year work experience in the Alcohol and or Drug Field.
Must adhere to Bi-Bett Code of Ethics.

Salary / Compensation:: Based on Experience and AOD Certification

Application Due Date:: December 15, 2016


November 14, 2016

Employer Information
Company Name:: California Association for Alcohol / Drug Educators (CAADE)
Company Address:: 5230 Clark Avenue, Suite 1
City:: Lakewood
State:: California
ZIP Code:: 90712
Company Website::
Contact Person:: Michelle Ulrich
Contact Person Title::
E-mail:: mulrich@caade.org
Telephone:: 707-722-2331

Job Information

Position Title:: Administrative Assistant I

Position Description:: California Association for Alcohol / Drug Educators (CAADE) is looking for motivated, dependable individuals who can offer the highest quality customer service and efficiency while promoting the CAADE Mission. CAADE, a 501(c)3 not-for-profit California corporation, seeks entry level Administrative Assistants for one (1) full-time position and (1) part-time position (25-30 hrs/wk) at the CAADE Office located in Lakewood, CA. Reports to the Operations Manager.

Job Duties:

* Manage and ensure the reception and front office area(s) are kept operational and neat

* Meet, greet, and assist visitors, vendors, and clients

* Answer and direct all incoming calls and emails efficiently.

Qualifications:: Job Requirements:

* AA/AS degree from a regionally accredited college preferred. Combined experience/education may substitute for minimum education

* Strong phone skills; experience with heavy phone, e-fax and email volume.

* Knowledge of addiction counselor certification in California (CATC certified or in process preferred)

* Strong knowledge of Office 365, Sharepoint, MS Office (including Word, Excel, Publisher and Outlook).

* 1-2 years experience as a receptionist, filing, general office preferred.

* Excellent grammar and writing skills essential.

* Must be self-motivated, be able to work independently in a fast-paced environment and have excellent skills in deduction.

* Bilingual (English/Spanish) a plus.

Salary / Compensation:: Starting pay: $10-$12/hour commensurate with experience

Application Due Date:: Please email your resume and contact information to: mulrich@caade.org


November 7, 2016

Employer Information
Company Name:: Native Directions Inc./Three Rivers Indian Lodge
Company Address:: 13505 Union Rd.
City:: Manteca
State:: California
ZIP Code:: 95336
Company Website::
Contact Person:: Ramona Valadez
Contact Person Title::
E-mail:: rvaladez@nativedirections.org
Telephone:: 209)858-2421

Job Information

Position Title:: Counselor I / Associate Counselor

Position Description:: Responsible for providing quality counseling services for Substance Abuse clients, complete assessments, provide progress, and discharge summaries, work with referring agencies, courts, and probation. weekly individual counseling sessions, documentation in client files of planning, and participation, Communicate any special needs of clients. Assist staff and head counselor with other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:: Certification , as a Substance Abuse Counselor I, or the ability to obtain certification within one year of hire. Three (3) or more years of sobriety. Applicant may be asked to submit to drug testing as a condition of employment. Employment could be denied on the basis of a positive drug/alcohol test result. Refusal to test could result in denial of employment. Applicant must have adequate organizational, written, listening and verbal communication skills. Must be familiar with Native American culture and demonstrate an understanding of client issues,

Have knowledge of different treatment theories, lead educational meetings, 12 steps, and motivational meetings. Must be flexible, have basis math and computer skills. work independently as an effective team member, and meet project deadlines, willing and available to attend and participate in training, seminars, workshops to improve skills. Must have a valid California Drivers License, proof of adequate insurance, and provide a DMV printout. Must have the ability, and willingness to cross train.

Salary / Compensation:: Part Time./ Salary: depending on experience

Application Due Date:: now, until filled.


November 5, 2016

Employer Information
Company Name:: Amity Foundation
Company Address:: 23370 Road 22,
City:: Chowchilla
State:: CA
ZIP Code:: 93610
Company Website::
Contact Person:: Daniel Tirado
Contact Person Title::
E-mail:: dtirado@amityfdn.org
Telephone::

Job Information

Position Title:: Journey Level Counselor

Position Description:: Amity Foundation, an internationally acclaimed Teaching and Therapeutic Community in California is seeking compassionate and enthusiastic individuals with a desire to teach and learn at our in-prison community located at Central California Women’s Facility (CCWF) near Fresno, California. This opportunity will not only serve to help our community but will also enhance your training and experience in the field. Amity is a safe place where people can change in an environment that fosters trust; where new values can be formed; responsibility developed and lasting relationships built..Amity is a safe place where people can change in an environment that fosters trust; where new values can be formed; responsibility developed and lasting relationships built.

Lead and participate in group and individual meetings, motivational interviewing, cognitive behavior therapy and other therapeutic processes; determines type, purpose, and focus of sessions; establish goals, and clarify participation rules; identify outcomes and determine criteria and methods for termination or graduation from groups. Work directly with the participants to develop and implement treatment service plan and create a support network for the participants pending return to the community.
•Review treatment plans, records and evaluates treatment, progress and changes in appearance, behavior and demeanor of the program participants. Maintain accurate and timely, confidential participant records.
•Compile and evaluate assessments, comprehensive social, legal and personal histories of program participants.
•Summarize participants’ background, treatment plan, and recovery process. Prepare reports as assigned.
•Prepare accurate, concise, informative records, reports, and plans that are consistent with Amity standards and comply with applicable clinical and administrative rules.
•Document treatment outcome using acceptable methods and tools.
•Coordinate with the Transition/Continuing Care Counselor to develop a Community Services Plan and transitional documents, as directed by CDCR, for continued community program activities;
•Evaluate the progress of individual participants assigned to the Substance Abuse Services Groups.
•Shall work collaboratively with the CDCR and institutional staff.
•Participate in community building activities as appropriate to position. Teach good work habits.

Qualifications:: High School diploma or equivalent (GED); AND one (1) year of experience providing cognitive behavioral treatment services to an offender population.AND Be certified as an AOD counselor by a certifying organization approved by DHCS DESIRABLE SKILLS, ABILITIES, CHARACTERISTICS; AND EXPECTATIONS
•Ability to prepare accurate, concise, informative records, reports, and plans that are consistent with Amity standards and comply with applicable clinical and administrative rules. Document treatment outcomes using acceptable methods and tools.
•Ability to maintain sensitivity and objectivity under pressures generated by association with substance abuse treatment participants.
•Ability to demonstrate proper attitudes and techniques towards program participants; ability to work well with multi-disciplinary treatment team.
•Ability to provide genuine warmth, empathy and honest sensitivity to program participants to facilitate positive change.
•Ability to provide program participants with frequent acknowledgement and reinforcement for positive behaviors, as well as consistent and predictable feedback for negative behaviors, which may include reporting violations to CDCR staff.
•Perform all other duties as assigned.
•Bilingual, fluent Spanish/English oral and written skills highly desirable.

Salary / Compensation:: DOE

Application Due Date:: ASAP


October 28, 2016

Employer Information
Company Name:: WestCare California, Inc.
Company Address:: Sierra Conservation Center
City:: Jamestown
State:: California
ZIP Code:: 95327
Company Website:: www.westcare.com
Contact Person:: Tara Estrada
Contact Person Title:: Human Resource Manager
E-mail:: tara.estrda@westcare.com
Telephone:: 559-251-4800

Job Information

Position Title:: Group Facilitator

Position Description:: Position Summary: Person in this position will be responsible for the delivery of pre-treatment groups.

Essential Job Functions:
• Deliver pre-treatment education and services to the participants;
• Conduct group and individual sessions;
• Evaluate the progress of the participants assigned to their groups;
• Work directly with the participants to develop and implement a treatment plan;
• Embrace and embody the mission, vision, guiding principles, clinical vision and goals of WestCare Foundation; and
• Perform all other duties as assigned.

Application Submission: Apply online at http://careers.westcare.com/ Requisition number #2325

Qualifications:: Essential Qualifications:
• A minimum of one (1) year experience providing CBT services to an inmate population;
• Excellent communication skills;
• Certification in drug and alcohol counseling is preferred or moving toward certification within one year is required, Preference will be given to candidates that are currently certified;
• Must be culturally/linguistically sensitive to populations served:
• Ability to exercise good judgment and discretion;
• Ability to work well in a team environment;
• Adherence to the highest standard of ethical conduct, especially to standards governing confidentiality;
• Professional appearance and demeanor;
• Must have the ability to pass a criminal background investigation;
• Must have the ability to obtain and maintain CDCR clearance;
• Must have valid driver’s license and ability to obtain and maintain WestCare’s vehicle insurance; and
• CPR Certification, First Aid Certification and an Annual Tuberculosis test.

Education:
• High School Diploma or equivalent.

Working Conditions:
• Work is primarily performed in an office located in an in-prison treatment setting.

Application Submission: Apply online at http://careers.westcare.com/ Requisition number #2325

Salary / Compensation:: $17.00 per hour

Application Due Date:: Until Filled


October 28, 2016

Employer Information
Company Name:: WestCare California
Company Address:: Pelican Bay
City:: Crescent City
State:: California
ZIP Code:: 95532
Company Website:: www.westcare.com
Contact Person:: Tara Estrada
Contact Person Title:: Human Resource Manager
E-mail:: tara.estrada@westcare.com
Telephone:: 559-251-4800

Job Information

Position Title:: Entry Level Counselor

Position Description:: Position Summary: Person in this position will be responsible for the delivery of face-to-face program activities and services to inmate’s participating in the program. Essential Job Functions include those listed below.

Essential Job Functions:
• Deliver treatment services to the participants;
• Conduct group and individual meetings;
• Evaluate the progress of the participants assigned to their groups;
• Work directly with the participants to develop and implement a treatment service plan;
• Coordinate with the Transition/Continuing Care Counselor to develop a Community Services Plan and transitional documents, as directed by CDCR, for continued community program activities;
• Work with the participant to create a support network for the participants’ s pending return to the community;
• Shall work collaboratively with the CDCR and institutional staff;
• Coordinate with and support CCIII to address safety, security, and if necessary removal of Mentor Candidates from the program, and
• Work collaboratively with all Offender Mentor Certification Program participants, including Program staff, OMCP contract and sub-contract staff, institution, CDCR and other CDCR Staff.
• Embrace and embody the mission, vision, guiding principles , clinical vision and goals of WestCare Foundation; and
• Perform other duties as assigned.

Application Submission: Apply online at http://careers.westcare.com/ Requisition number #2190

Qualifications:: Essential Qualifications:
• Experience consisting of one (1) year of providing direct substance abuse counseling services to the offender population is preferred
• At the time of hire, must be certified as an AOD Counselor with a certification recognized by DHCS;
• Must be culturally/linguistically sensitive to populations served;
• Knowledge of offender populations , criminal subcultures, and cultural differences, substance abuse assessment tools, therapeutic community concepts;
• Must have the ability to obtain and maintain CDCR clearance;
• Must have valid driver’s license and ability to obtain and maintain WestCare’s vehicle insurance; and
• CPR Certification, First Aid Certification and an Annual Tuberculosis test.

Education and Experience:
• Graduation from an accredited four-year college with a degree in Addiction Counseling, Criminal Justice, Social Work, Psychology or a related field is preferred;
• A High School diploma or its equivalent is required;

Working Conditions:
• Work is primarily performed in an in-prison treatment setting.

Application Submission: Apply online at http://careers.westcare.com/ Requisition number #2190

Salary / Compensation:: $17.00 per hour

Application Due Date:: Until Filled


October 28, 2016

Employer Information
Company Name:: Dedicato Treatment Center
Company Address:: 22 W. Carter Ave
City:: Sierra Madre
State:: California
ZIP Code:: 91024
Company Website:: dedicatotreatmentcenter.org
Contact Person:: M. Mckeever
Contact Person Title:: Program Manager
E-mail:: mm@dedicatotreatmentcenter.org
Telephone:: 626-921-0113

Job Information

Position Title:: Part Time Counselor

Position Description:: Deliver individual and group counseling services, case management services, education and community outreach services, and referrals to appropriate services and community resources;
• Oversee and provide intake and program orientation for the client and family members including, but not limited to, assessment of psychological and social functioning and the development, implementation and ongoing review of the clients’ Individual Treatment Plans.
• Participation in facilitating family support groups, family education groups, continuing care, networking with community agencies, developing and updating referral and resource information, etc.
• Maintenance of individual client treatment files in accordance with agency policies and procedures, including documentation of vocational/educational activities as well as all other pertinent documentation.
• General client supervision including planning and scheduling therapeutic activities;
• Preparation of client progress reports, when necessary;
• Facilitating group and individual case management sessions.

Qualifications:: • Experience consisting of two (2) years of providing direct substance abuse counseling services in an residential or outpatient setting;
• Alcohol and Drug Certification in good standing by an agency approved and recognized by the Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) is required at time of hire.
• CPR Certification, First Aid Certification and an Annual Tuberculosis test

Salary / Compensation:: Based upon level of experience

Application Due Date:: Immediate opening


October 24, 2016

Employer Information
Company Name:: Western Pacific Med Corp
Company Address:: 218 E Commonwealth Ave
City:: Fullerton
State:: CA
ZIP Code:: 92632
Company Website:: westpacmed.com
Contact Person:: Christopher O’toole
Contact Person Title:: Program Manager
E-mail:: erink@westpacmed.com
Telephone:: 818-956-3737

Job Information

Position Title:: Certified Counselor

Position Description::
The counselor will facilitate treatment between the patient and the program. He/she shall assist the patient to discover his/her ability to make, and live with productive choice decisions which will affect his/her lifestyle; to cultivate referral agency attachments for development of patient choices of those productive alternatives which will allow, and add growth to the ultimate goal of the patient/counselor relationship objectives – that of being drug free. Because this is a treatment facility “CLIENT CONFIDENTIALITY GUIDELINES” must always be followed when dealing with the clients and the public.

• To document chronologically and in sequence at a minimum of twice monthly, program patient activities, the solidification of the patient’s program address and in detail, to describe as closely as possible, pseudo and interpersonal related feelings for a more productive patient, realization of the program objectives and in keeping with the traditional program philosophy of quality patient care.
• Follow Western Pacific personnel policies as stated in “Employee Handbook”.
• Follow Western Pacific administrative and program policies.
• Become proficient with Western Pacific’s automated systems (Tower Business Systems-TBS).
• Maintain a caseload of patients and carry out all assignments at the direction of the Clinic Manager.
• Stress to patients the availability of rehabilitation options available to them on the Methadone program, including but not limited to residential care, outpatient drug free counseling and/or job development/placement services. The focus should be continuity of care for all patients.
• Assist in the collection and tabulation of all patient data relevant to evaluating the effectiveness of the program.
• Anticipate patient crisis situations and develop ways to prevent their occurrence.
• Assist the physician in the medical treatment process on each patient and physical complications, including the back-up/relief in the dispensing unit. (If applicable).
• To attend and participate in the in-service training on a monthly basis and supported by the program.
• To work on a rotating basis the weekend and holiday hours at the front desk.
• After training and orientation to complete intakes on new patients and assist as directed by the Clinic Manager in areas of need in the daily operations of the clinic.
• The goal is to have the counselor complete and submit to the Clinic Manager for review three to four charts per day.
• Timely recording of all required information (i.e., UA results, filing of medication sheets, etc.). Completion of monthly progress notes by the end of the current month.
• Timely completion of required treatment plans for the current month.

Qualifications::
• Counselor certification
• Preferred experience and/or background in the field of substance abuse treatment.
• Computer experience and good verbal and writing skills.
• Reliable transportation arrangements.
• Detail oriented, organized, with social skills.
• Professional appearance.
• Valid identification.

Salary / Compensation:: 15.00

Application Due Date::


October 24, 2016

Company Name:: Western Pacific Med Corp
Company Address:: 45335 Sierra Hwy
City:: Lancaster
State:: CA
ZIP Code:: 93534
Company Website:: westpacmed.com
Contact Person:: Shonda Celestine
Contact Person Title:: Shonda Celestine
E-mail:: erink@westpacmed.com
Telephone:: (661)949-8599

Job Information

Position Title:: Certified Counselor

Position Description::
The counselor will facilitate treatment between the patient and the program. He/she shall assist the patient to discover his/her ability to make, and live with productive choice decisions which will affect his/her lifestyle; to cultivate referral agency attachments for development of patient choices of those productive alternatives which will allow, and add growth to the ultimate goal of the patient/counselor relationship objectives – that of being drug free. Because this is a treatment facility “CLIENT CONFIDENTIALITY GUIDELINES” must always be followed when dealing with the clients and the public.

• To document chronologically and in sequence at a minimum of twice monthly, program patient activities, the solidification of the patient’s program address and in detail, to describe as closely as possible, pseudo and interpersonal related feelings for a more productive patient, realization of the program objectives and in keeping with the traditional program philosophy of quality patient care.
• Follow Western Pacific personnel policies as stated in “Employee Handbook”.
• Follow Western Pacific administrative and program policies.
• Become proficient with Western Pacific’s automated systems (Tower Business Systems-TBS).
• Maintain a caseload of patients and carry out all assignments at the direction of the Clinic Manager.
• Stress to patients the availability of rehabilitation options available to them on the Methadone program, including but not limited to residential care, outpatient drug free counseling and/or job development/placement services. The focus should be continuity of care for all patients.
• Assist in the collection and tabulation of all patient data relevant to evaluating the effectiveness of the program.
• Anticipate patient crisis situations and develop ways to prevent their occurrence.
• Assist the physician in the medical treatment process on each patient and physical complications, including the back-up/relief in the dispensing unit. (If applicable).
• To attend and participate in the in-service training on a monthly basis and supported by the program.
• To work on a rotating basis the weekend and holiday hours at the front desk.
• After training and orientation to complete intakes on new patients and assist as directed by the Clinic Manager in areas of need in the daily operations of the clinic.
• The goal is to have the counselor complete and submit to the Clinic Manager for review three to four charts per day.
• Timely recording of all required information (i.e., UA results, filing of medication sheets, etc.). Completion of monthly progress notes by the end of the current month.
• Timely completion of required treatment plans for the current month.

Qualifications::
• Counselor certification
• Preferred experience and/or background in the field of substance abuse treatment.
• Computer experience and good verbal and writing skills.
• Reliable transportation arrangements.
• Detail oriented, organized, with social skills.
• Professional appearance.
• Valid identification.

Salary / Compensation:: $15.00

Application Due Date::


October 14, 2016

Employer Information
Company Name:: D & A Men’s Treatment
Company Address:: 2801 Aramon Drive
City:: Rancho Cordova
State:: Californina
ZIP Code:: 95670
Company Website:: dandadetox.net
Contact Person:: Maxine England
Contact Person Title:: CFO
E-mail:: max@dandadetox.net
Telephone:: (916) 364-3540

Job Information

Position Title:: Program Director

Position Description:: Are you someone with hands-on work experience and a passion for serving previously homeless veterans with chronic mental health and chronic substance abuse co-occurring disorders?
Are you a client advocate with adept clinical assessment and strong case management experience?
Do you have the ability to make long lasting and solid connections with people?
Are you seeking to grow your counseling skills in a well-respected, residential treatment program?

Qualifications:: Must be a Certified AOD Counselor Social Model. Primary responsibility of the program director is the well being of all participants and staff.
Shall have a working knowledge and experience with provision of state licensed and or certified residential non-medical alcohol and or drug abuse in house recovery treatment services, including; maintaining an alcohol and or drug abuse in house recovery treatment services, including; maintaining an alcohol and drug free environment, admission criteria, screening, intake process, individual and group sessions, referral procedures, participant file documentation procedures, Title 42 code of federal regulations, part 2 regarding client confidentiality, non-discrimination of delivery services, participant discharge and follow-up procedures, CPR/First Aid certified.

Salary / Compensation:: DOE

Application Due Date:: Open


October 11, 2016

Employer Information
Company Name:: Healthy Partnerships
Company Address:: 1735 Enterprise Drive Suite 105A
City:: Fairfield
State:: CA
ZIP Code:: 94533
Company Website:: www.healthypartnerships.com
Contact Person:: Charles Anderson
Contact Person Title:: Executive Director
E-mail:: info@healthypartnerships.com
Telephone::

Job Information

Position Title:: Certified DUI Counselor

Position Description:: Healthy Partnerships is looking for an experienced/certified DUI counselor to assist in working with clients and ensuring they are complying with program rules and standards. Individual must meet minimum Title 9 (DUI) standards. Counselor will be responsible for:

• conducting one-on-one counseling sessions
• conducting education and process groups
• complete initial client screenings and intakes
• communicating with supervisor regarding client’s concerns and needs

Qualifications::
EDUCATION/SKILLS:
• Must be certified
• Must have experience working with substance abuse clients or education in substance abuse
KNOWLEDGE OF:
• Procedures and techniques of substance abuse education and treatment.
• Principals, methods and techniques of individual and group counseling
• Current treatment approaches
• Title 9 Standards
ABILITY TO:
• Set appropriate professional boundaries
• Work as a team member
• Establish and maintain cooperative workplace relationships
• Interact courteously and tactfully with clients and the public
• Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing
• Maintain client and staff confidentiality.

Salary / Compensation::

Application Due Date::


October 11, 2016

Employer Information
Company Name:: Baker Places, Inc.
Company Address:: 1001 Brannan Street, Suite 401
City:: San Francisco
State:: CA
ZIP Code:: 94103
Company Website:: www.bakerplaces.org
Contact Person:: Khris Scripps
Contact Person Title:: Human Resources Generalist
E-mail:: management@bakerplaces.org
Telephone::

Job Information

Position Title:: Van Driver – Joe Healy Detox Project

Position Description:: AGENCY OVERVIEW:
Baker Places, Inc. is a non-profit residential treatment agency, providing the San Francisco community with alternatives to institutional care since 1964. Our dedicated professionals are committed to assisting homeless adults with mental health, substance abuse, and HIV/AIDS related issues. All agency services are provided from the philosophy of social rehabilitation, which integrates teaching daily living skills in a safe and healthy environment.

JOB TITLE:
Van Driver (Union Position)

EXCELLENT BENEFITS INCLUDE:
Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Long and Short term disability, Flexible Spending Account, Employee Assistance Program, Employer Sponsored Retirement Plan, & Generous Paid Time Off!

POSITION OVERVIEW:
Provide timely, friendly, and safe transportation services to clients and staff. Ensure cleanliness of vehicle and report maintenance problems to management. Able to work with a diverse population and be sensitive to the needs of homeless adults with mental health, substance abuse, and HIV-AIDS related issues.

HOURS:
8AM to 4PM Monday through Friday

PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Operate and maintain assigned vehicle; ensuring periodic scheduled maintenance.
2. Monitor vehicle conditions and report/record malfunctioning items or damage.
3. Provide exceptional customer service to clients, staff and providers.
4. Assist clients and staff in and out of passenger van.
5. Monitor client behavior and report concerns, crisis situations and changes in client behavior to staff.
6. As requested, participate in staff and shift change meetings.
7. Maintain professional boundaries with clients and staff.
8. Respond immediately to accidents or medical emergencies by notifying emergency response providers, and rendering First Aid until emergency personnel arrive.
9. Must be able to pick-up and transport bulk products weighing up to 50 pounds multiple times throughout shift.
10. Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:: MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Must have clean DMV printout with no DUI (Driving Under Influence) charges for the past four years.
2. Must maintain clean DMV record throughout employment.
3. Must have exceptional customer service skills.
4. Must observe safe, legal and defensive driving practices.
5. Must be able to read and write in English.
6. Must be able to pick-up and transport bulk products weighing up to 50 pounds, multiple times throughout the shift.
7. Responsible to physically respond to client needs in the event of a crisis situation.
8. Previous work-experience as a driver a plus.
9. Prefer previous work experience interfacing with clients with mental health/substance abuse/ HIV-AIDS related issues.

Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.

If interested please forward your resume and cover letter to management@bakerplaces.org or fax to 415-581-0797.

No phone calls or drop-ins please. Bi-lingual (Spanish) speaking candidates are encouraged to apply.

Salary / Compensation:: $13.33 per hour, plus excellent health and welfare benefits

Application Due Date::


October 11, 2016

Employer Information
Company Name:: Baker Places, Inc.
Company Address:: 1001 Brannan Street, Suite 401
City:: San Francisco
State:: CA
ZIP Code:: 94103
Company Website:: www.bakerplaces.org
Contact Person:: Khris Scripps
Contact Person Title:: Human Resources Generalist
E-mail:: management@bakerplaces.org
Telephone::

Job Information

Position Title:: Certified Substance Abuse Counselor

Position Description:: Are you someone with hands-on work experience and a passion for serving previously homeless adults with chronic mental health and chronic substance abuse co-occurring disorders?
Are you a client advocate with adept clinical assessment and strong case management experience?
Do you have the ability to make long lasting and solid connections with people?
Are you seeking to grow your counseling skills in a well-respected, residential treatment program?
Great!
Baker Places, Inc. is currently seeking qualified candidates for the following dynamic position:
Residential Counselor

UNION POSITION:
Compensation is $18.44 per hour
Classification: Regular, full-time, non-exempt

EXCELLENT BENEFITS INCLUDE:
Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Long term and Short Term disability, Flexible Spending, Employee Assistance Program, Employer Sponsored Retirement Plan, Generous Paid Time Off.

AGENCY OVERVIEW:
Baker Places, Inc. is a non-profit residential treatment agency that has provided the San Francisco community with alternatives to institutional care since 1964. All agency services are provided from the philosophy of social rehabilitation which integrates teaching daily living skills in a safe and healthy environment.

POSITION OVERVIEW:
Conduct client intake interviews, facilitate groups, perform clinical assessments, de-escalate clients and manage crisis intervention, assist in creating active client treatment/discharge plans and goals, maintain manual and electronic client records, and coordinate/link clients to resources in the community. Residential Counselors are responsible for supervising and participating in minor household repairs and cleaning tasks.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Provides supportive counseling in a milieu environment assisting clients with their mental health wellness and recovery goals.
2. Engages with clients to create active treatment plans, goals and discharge plans.
3. Provides milieu treatment, crisis intervention, and crisis assessment as necessary.
4. Performs medication management in accordance with regulatory standards.
5. Maintains accurate and up-to-date client files, required charts, progress notes, and records as required.
6. Performs data entry into electronic health record system.
7. Initiates and maintains contact with other treatment providers in the community mental health system to ensure coordination of client care.
8. Fosters a positive working relationship with members of the community.
9. Responsible for the maintenance and protection of a safe and healthy program environment.
10. Assists residents in meal preparation and general housekeeping duties of the facility.
11. Attends and participates in supervision, staff meetings, and training.
12. Other duties as assigned.

CHARACTERISTICS:
Candidates applying for this position will possess:
-Extreme passion for our agency’s mission in maintaining a positive, upbeat attitude
-Exceptional organizational skills with reliability and consistency in work performance
-Flexibility with a team player mentality
-Ability to work with minimal to moderate supervision
-An extreme focus on good judgment with a proactive approach to problem-solving
-Ability to maintain a professional demeanor with great interpersonal and communication skills
-Ability to multi-task with the capability to learn quickly and integrate efficiently

Qualifications:: MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
1. Must be a certified Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) Counselor,
2. Bachelor’s degree in a social services related field is preferred but not required.
3. AT LEAST ONE YEAR experience working with adults who are chronically, severely mentally ill OR who have chronic substance abuse and/or HIV/AIDS related issues.
4. Must have basic knowledge of the DSM-IV.
5. Must have basic computer knowledge/skills. Maintaining AVATAR, our electronic client records system, is required.
6. Must be able to attend the program’s mandatory weekly staff meeting, which takes place every
Thursday morning from 9am-11am. Please do not apply if you cannot attend the staff meeting.
7. Must be able to obtain a Department of Justice (DOJ) clearance. Individuals with serious criminal offenses in their background may not be able to obtain a DOJ clearance as dictated by our State Licensure.

Please e-mail or fax your resume and cover letter via Breining or fax 415-581-0797. If sending via email, please send your resume/cover letter as a Microsoft Word document or in PDF form.

Baker Places, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. Baker Places, Inc. seeks qualified candidates with interest in the non-profit sector. We are committed to embracing diversity and consider all applicants for all positions without regard to color, ethnic background, religion, sex, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, HIV/AIDS status, veteran status, or any other legally protected class. We encourage applicants of diverse backgrounds to apply.

Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records to apply for any open position in which they feel qualified.

NO PHONE CALLS OR WALK-INS ACCEPTED!

Salary / Compensation:: $18.44 per hour, excellent health and welfare benefits

Application Due Date::


October 11, 2016

Employer Information
Company Name:: ABC Traffic Programs
Company Address:: 3380 Flair Dr. #111
City:: El Monte
State:: California
ZIP Code:: 91731
Company Website::
Contact Person:: Cristal Pizano
Contact Person Title::
E-mail:: jobs@abctraffic.com
Telephone::

Job Information

Position Title:: AOD Counselor

Position Description:: Now Hiring Certified / Registered Drug & Alcohol Counselor

Position Includes: Group Leading & Educational Sessions

Qualifications::
Must be currently Registered with a certifying agency
2080 Experience hours
Bilingual (English & Spanish) required
Certified is a Plus!!

Salary / Compensation:: DOE

Application Due Date::