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JOB BOARD POSTINGS


July 17, 2019

Employer Information
Company Name: East Los Angeles Alcoholism Council
Company Address: 916 S Atlantic Blvd
City: East Los Angeles
State: CA
ZIP Code: 90022
Company Website: East Los Angeles Alcoholism Council
Contact Person: Xiomara Lopez
Contact Person Title: Program Administrator
E-mail: elacouncil@yahoo.com
Telephone: 323-268-9344

Job Information

Position Title: AOD Counselor / Facilitator

Position Description:
Conduct group sessions/ Case management

Qualifications:
Registered/ Certified will be a plus
Bilingual English/ Spanish will be a plus

Salary / Compensation: 18-22

Application Due Date: As Soon as Possible


July 15, 2019

Employer Information
Company Name: NAADAC – Association for Addiction Professionals
Company Address: 44 Canal Center Plaza, Suite 301
City: Alexandria
State: Virginia
ZIP Code: 22314
Company Website: www.naadac.org
Contact Person: Cynthia Moreno-Tuohy
Contact Person Title: Executive Director
E-mail: jobs@naadac.org
Telephone: 703-741-7686

Job Information

Position Title: Director of Membership & Affiliates

Position Description:
The Director of Membership & Affiliates provides primary leadership and management for all aspects of membership and affiliate growth and engagement. Success relies on the ability to view members and potential members from different perspectives, identify and anticipate member needs and how this drive perceived value of membership, and determine the most effective ways to involve members in way that respects their personal and professional commitment. In addition, this role will be the liaison between NAADAC and its state and international affiliates, coordinate regional and state calls and events, and collaborate with other departments to promote and grow NAADAC events, programs, and services.

For more information:
https://www.naadac.org/jobs-naadac


July 15, 2019

Employer Information
Company Name: NAADAC – Association for Addiction Professionals
Company Address: 44 Canal Center Plaza, Suite 301
City: Alexandria
State: Virginia
ZIP Code: 22314
Company Website: www.naadac.org
Contact Person: Cynthia Moreno-Tuohy
Contact Person Title: Executive Director
E-mail: jobs@naadac.org
Telephone: 703-741-7686

Job Information

Position Title: Senior Operations Manager

Position Description:
The Senior Operations Manager assists the Director of Membership & Affiliates in managing the membership and affiliates department and manages the main office operations and association-wide information technology. In addition, the Senior Operations Manager will assist leadership with event and vendor coordination for NAADAC national, regional, and state events and trainings and exhibiting opportunities, and higher-level administrative tasks as needed. Finally, the Senior Operations Manager will assist in managing the Membership Services Coordinators team. Because of his/her involvement in matters related to his/her responsibilities, the Senior Operations Manager will be required to communicate frequently with other agency directors, as well as the NAADAC Board of Directors.

For more information:
https://www.naadac.org/jobs-naadac


July 15, 2019

Employer Information
Company Name: NAADAC – Association for Addiction Professionals
Company Address: 44 Canal Center Plaza, Suite 301
City: Alexandria
State: Virginia
ZIP Code: 22314
Company Website: www.naadac.org
Contact Person: Cynthia Moreno-Tuohy
Contact Person Title: Executive Director
E-mail: jobs@naadac.org
Telephone: 703-741-7686

Job Information

Position Title: NCC AP Testing/Certification Coordinator

Position Description:
The NCC AP Testing/Certification Coordinator will provide day-to-day support to NCC AP’s Testing Program Manager and Certification Senior Manager. This includes answering phone calls and emails about NCC AP testing and Credentialing processes and NAADAC programs/services; coordinating the scheduling and rescheduling for NCC AP Testing; reviewing and processing applications for the NCTTP; scanning and filing all NCTTP applications and paperwork; and providing support for the NCC AP Commission. He/She will also be expected to gain basic knowledge on the various programs and services NAADAC provides.

For more information:
https://www.naadac.org/jobs-naadac


July 11, 2019

Employer Information
Company Name: WestCare California
Company Address: 5905 Lake Earl Dr, Crescent City, CA 95532
City: Fresno
State: CA
ZIP Code: 93727
Company Website: www.westcare.com
Contact Person: Cassie Alvarez
Contact Person Title: Recruiter
E-mail: cassandra.alvarez@westcare.com
Telephone: 559-251-4800 ext 20919

Job Information

Position Title: Journey Counselor – Pelican Bay State Prison

Position Description:
Pelican Bay State Prison is located in Northern California’s Del Norte County where unspoiled nature and abundant wildlife offer residents a great place to work, live and play. Pursue a gratifying career in the field of rehabilitative treatment services while enjoying outdoor activities.

Position Summary: Person in this position will be responsible for the delivery of face-to-face program activities and services to inmates participating in the program.

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;
• Work with the participant to create a support network for the participant’s pending return to the community; and
• Shall work collaboratively with the CDCR and institutional staff.
• Complete assessment of each inmate;
• Initiate and sustain each individual’s motivation to participate in treatment, using techniques of engagement including therapeutic relationships, individual counseling, and brief interventions based on the stages of change;
• 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 and ensure files are securely stored;
• General inmate supervision including planning and scheduling therapeutic activities;
• Provide mentoring to Facilitators;
• Maintain all information according to the laws of confidentiality as required by the Federal Register, General Provisions, Title 42, Chapter 1, Part 2, which prohibits making disclosures without the specific written consent of the client, or as otherwise permitted by such regulations;
• Maintain thorough records of each inmate’s participation, including Participant CDC Number, unique identifier for the WestCare Long Term Offender Pilot Program, beginning and ending dates of service; number of hours of participation, and number of days of participation;
• Submit all individual client data on a weekly basis for entry into the WestCare database;
• Attend a CDC 40 hour orientation training that is required of new CDC employees, pursuant to CCR Title 15 Section 3435;
• Attend all required staff development training, including CDC’s Cross-Training, and WestCare in-service training such as conducting assessments, clinical skills, developing service plans, basic TC concepts, emotional incarceration, relapse prevention, motivation for treatment and stages of change, cognitive skills, conflict resolution, social skills, moral development, communicable diseases, and self-help groups;
• Embrace and embody the mission, vision, guiding principles, clinical vision and goals of WestCare Foundation; and
• Perform any other duties as assigned.

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

Physical Demands:
• The normal work routine involves no exposure to blood, body fluids, or tissues, BUT exposure or potential exposure may be required as a condition of employment. Appropriate personal protective equipment will be readily available to every employee engaged in Category II tasks;
• Occasional lifting of more than 10 pounds; and
• Sitting, standing, walking, reaching are performed in the normal course of the position.

Qualifications:
Essential Qualifications:
• Experience consisting of one (1) year of providing direct substance abuse counseling services to the offender population is required;
• Must be certified as an AOD Counselor with a certifying body 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:
• 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;

Salary / Compensation: 21.50/hour

Application Due Date:


July 10, 2019

Employer Information
Company Name: County of Santa Cruz
Company Address: 701 Ocean Street, Room 510
City: Santa Cruz
State: CA
ZIP Code: 95060
Company Website: www.santacruzcountyjobs.com
Contact Person: Cecilia Gonzalez
Contact Person Title: Personnel Clerk
E-mail: per702@co.santa-cruz.ca.us
Telephone: 8314542600

Job Information

Position Title: Behavioral Health Supervising Client Specialist

Position Description:
THE JOB:
• Supervise, coordinate, and participate in the work of mental health and substance use disorder programs for children/youth or adults and assist in the development, implementation and administration of assigned programs/projects.
This is the supervisory level in the professional Mental Health Client Specialist series.
• Incumbents supervise and evaluate the work of professional employees and assist in managing and directing a program area, while also providing advanced journey level professional services to clients.
• A candidate with experience in an integrated behavioral health setting preferred.
The current vacancies are within the Public Guardian and Children’s Behavioral Health teams. *Note: The official job title for the position is Mental Health Supervising Client Specialist.

Paid holidays, excellent benefits and CalPERS retirement!
The County of Santa Cruz offers a generous benefits package which includes annual leave, paid holidays, medical, dental, vision and retirement benefits!

APPLY ONLINE : www.santacruzcountyjobs.com

Qualifications:
THE REQUIREMENTS: Any combination of education and experience, which would provide the required knowledge and abilities, is qualifying, unless otherwise specified. A typical way to obtain these would be:
Possession of a Master’s Degree with a major in Social Work, Psychology, Psychiatric Nursing, Marriage, Family and Child Counseling, Registered Nursing, Certificate of Occupational Therapy, or closely related behavioral science field which has included completion of a university approved internship, preferably a clinical internship, in a mental health agency;
AND
The equivalent to one year of experience at the level of Senior Mental Health Client Specialist providing treatment, counseling, or case management services to clients in a mental health setting, including some supervisory or lead experience;
OR
Qualification as a Certified Occupational Therapist or a Licensed Registered Nurse and five years of experience in mental health service delivery including some supervisory or lead experience.
Special Requirements: License Requirements: Possession of a valid California Class C Driver License or the ability to obtain suitable transportation, which is approved by the appointing authority. Possession of one of the following licenses issued by the State of California: Clinical Social Worker; Marriage, Family and Child Counselor; Registered Nurse; Clinical Psychologist; or Occupational Therapist. If licensed in another state, incumbent must obtain the appropriate license issued by the State of California within twenty-four months from the date of employment.

Salary / Compensation: $7,200 – 9,105 / Month

Application Due Date: 07/26/2019


June 25, 2019

Employer Information
Company Name: WestCare California
Company Address: 701 Scofield Ave
City: Wasco
State: CA
ZIP Code: 93280
Company Website: www.westcare.com
Contact Person: Holly Bishop
Contact Person Title: Program Director
E-mail: holly.bishop@westcare.com
Telephone: 661-758-8400 x 6181

Job Information

Position Title: Journey 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 inmates participating in the program.

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;
◾Work with the participant to create a support network for the participant’s pending return to the community; and
◾Shall work collaboratively with the CDCR and institutional staff.
◾Complete assessment of each inmate;
◾Initiate and sustain each individual’s motivation to participate in treatment, using techniques of engagement including therapeutic relationships, individual counseling, and brief interventions based on the stages of change;
◾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 and ensure files are securely stored;
◾General inmate supervision including planning and scheduling therapeutic activities;
◾Provide mentoring to Facilitators;
◾Maintain all information according to the laws of confidentiality as required by the Federal Register, General Provisions, Title 42, Chapter 1, Part 2, which prohibits making disclosures without the specific written consent of the client, or as otherwise permitted by such regulations;
◾Maintain thorough records of each inmate’s participation, including Participant CDC Number, unique identifier for the WestCare Long Term Offender Pilot Program, beginning and ending dates of service; number of hours of participation, and number of days of participation;
◾Submit all individual client data on a weekly basis for entry into the WestCare database;
◾Attend a CDC 40 hour orientation training that is required of new CDC employees, pursuant to CCR Title 15 Section 3435;
◾Attend all required staff development training, including CDC’s Cross-Training, and WestCare in-service training such as conducting assessments, clinical skills, developing service plans, basic TC concepts, emotional incarceration, relapse prevention, motivation for treatment and stages of change, cognitive skills, conflict resolution, social skills, moral development, communicable diseases, and self-help groups;
◾Embrace and embody the mission, vision, guiding principles, clinical vision and goals of WestCare Foundation; and
◾Perform any other duties as assigned.

Apply at www.westcare.com – Career Opportunities – search for “Wasco” (Req 7347)

Qualifications:
◾Experience consisting of one (1) year of providing direct substance abuse counseling services to the offender population is required;
◾Must be certified as an AOD Counselor with a certifying body 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:
◾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 office located in an in-prison treatment setting.

Physical Demands:
◾The normal work routine involves no exposure to blood, body fluids, or tissues, BUT exposure or potential exposure may be required as a condition of employment. Appropriate personal protective equipment will be readily available to every employee engaged in Category II tasks;
◾Occasional lifting of more than 10 pounds; and Sitting, standing, walking, reaching are performed in the normal course of the position.

Salary / Compensation: $21/hour

Application Due Date: ASAP


June 21, 2019

Employer Information
Company Name: Mountain Vista Farm
Company Address: 3020 Warm Springs Road
City: Glen Ellen
State: CA
ZIP Code: 95442
Company Website: www.mountainvistafarm.com
Contact Person: Edie MacAlistaire
Contact Person Title: Clinical Supervisor
E-mail: emacalistaire@mountainvistafarm.com
Telephone: 707-996-6716

Job Information

Position Title: AOD Counselor – Full-time

Position Description:
Certified or Registered AOD counselor needed in residential program in Glen Ellen. Full-time position, includes shift work and some weekend days. Full medical and dental benefits plus 401K plan. EOE.

Qualifications:
AOD Certified or Registered

Salary / Compensation: TBD

Application Due Date:


June 21, 2019

Employer Information
Company Name: MAAC
Company Address: 1355 Third Ave
City: Chula Vista
State: California
ZIP Code: 91911
Company Website: www.maacproject.org/careers/
Contact Person: MAAC Recruiter
Contact Person Title: Human Resources Assistant
E-mail: maachrrecruiter@maacproject.org
Telephone: 6194263595

Job Information

Position Title: Program Manager

Position Description:
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
The duties listed below are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to this class.

Manages, supervises, oversees and evaluates daily operations for assigned areas; evaluates and administers daily programs prepared by staff; develops and plans a variety of special events for staff and program participants, including fundraisers, field trips, community involvement activities and other special events; evaluates and determines program options for applicants with staff.

Plans, organizes, supervises and evaluates the work of assigned staff; develops, implements and monitors work plans to achieve assigned goals and objectives; develops, implements and evaluates work plans, processes, systems and procedures to achieve MAAC and program goals, objectives and performance measures consistent with MAAC’s quality and service expectations; participates in the development and implementation of the department strategic plan.

Assesses service needs; works with potential participants, current participants and past. participants to encourage and promote involvement in program planning and implementation activities

Ensures all program goals and funding source requirements are met; evaluates the effectiveness of program activities and recommends modifications to processes and procedures; prepares narrative and statistical program performance reports and recommendations; prepares reports on program activities and results.

Coordinates new and existing services with community agencies to supply resources for program participants; refers participants to internal and community resources based on need.

Conducts community outreach to build awareness, promote partnerships, advocate for program/community interests and a variety of other purposes; builds strong relationships with community leaders; may participate in or sit on community boards and committees; responds to requests for information on agency programs and activities, may make oral presentations before committees, boards, commissions, advisory groups, or community groups as requested.

Provides day-to-day leadership and works with staff to ensure a high performance, customer service-oriented work environment which supports achieving MAAC objectives and service expectations; provides leadership and participates in programs and activities that promote a positive employee relations environment.

Plans and evaluates the performance of assigned staff; establishes performance requirements and personal development targets; regularly monitors performance and provides coaching for performance improvement and development; makes recommendations on compensation and other rewards to recognize performance, makes recommendations on disciplinary actions, up to and including termination, to address performance deficiencies, in accordance with MAAC’s human resources policies and labor contract provisions.

Ensures compliance with all applicable Federal, State, and local laws, codes, grant/funder requirements and MAAC policies and procedures; ensures and verifies agreements with partners, private lenders and investors are fulfilled; analyzes laws, regulations, and guidelines and makes corrective action recommendations; conducts on-going program evaluation and identifies compliance issues/problems making recommendations for suitable solutions and program enhancements; audits program files to ensure maintenance of required documentation; coordinates and facilitates compliance reviews and audits ensuring all necessary documentation is up to date, in order and readily available.

Takes all feasible actions to ensure a healthy, safe, secure, pleasant environment for al program participants.

Prepares funding proposals, applications, and request for proposals (RFP’s); may seek out funding sources.

Works with the Department Director and fiscal staff to develop and monitor budgets and allocations, prepare for annual audits, and prepare submission of local, federal, state and funding sources reports; maintains the master reporting calendar.

Oversees and maintains all program files, records, reports, and program related information; performs regular quality control checks of participant files and the data management system(s) to ensure compliance with MAAC policies and procedures and funding agency requirements; maintains office supplies and other various resources, as required by the program; ensures proper maintenance of the facility is performed.

Attends meetings required by the funding agencies and the MAAC Administration; makes presentations and represents the agency with program participants, program partners, and community groups to provide information.

Performs other related duties as assigned.

OTHER PROGRAM DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Develops specific recovery components including, but not limited to, weekly group sessions, educational sessions, work readiness and career pathways trainings and other mutual support activities; conducts individual sessions on an informal and as needed basis.

Oversees and supervises the maintenance of facility waiting lists; oversees the residents’ intake process, develops partnerships and outreach programs to ensures the maximum bed occupancy is maintained at all times; collects client fees; ensures the safety and welfare of staff and residents in the home; terminates residents from program as necessary.

Develop fundraising activities that maximize participation, contributions and minimize program costs.

Conducts weekly staff meetings to review resident progress, plan appropriate responses to address problems/issues within the residence; provides in-service training to staff.

Collaborates with all MAAC programs and actively supports departmental and organizational strategic goals.

Qualifications/Skills/Education/Experience:
Knowledge of:

Comprehensive understanding of alcoholism and a general understanding of the Twelve Step programs including Al-anon, N.A. and A.A.A.

Principles, practices, tools and techniques of program planning and management, including program budgeting and reporting.

Project management theories, procedures, and methods.

Principles and practices applicable to the development and implementation of community service/development programs.

Modern management principles, techniques, and tools for planning, administering, designing, developing, and delivering a major program, service, or project.

Federal, state, and local regulatory codes related to program or project activities and operations.

Community and social service needs of low-income people and relevant community resources.

Principles and tools for implementing performance measurement, process improvement, quality improvement.

Effective non-profit, human resources, and fiscal management tools and administration.

Principles and practices of effective management and supervision.

Research, evaluation, analysis, and interpretation methods techniques.

General office administration practices and procedures.

Principles and practices of sound business communication.

Standard business software, including Word, Outlook, Access, Excel, databases, and use of the internet.

Recordkeeping and filing practices and procedures.

Program marketing and fund development.

Ability to:

Maintain professional behavior and act as a role model at the work site and in the community.

Develop and implement a comprehensive social model recovery service program.

Respond to crisis and emergencies which may be alcohol or drug related.

Plan, organize, manage and evaluate a variety of program functions and activities to achieve program goals and objectives.

Analyze difficult program, administrative and operational objectives and issues, evaluate alternatives and reach sound conclusions and recommendations.

Collect, evaluate and interpret appropriate and applicable data, either in statistical or narrative form.

Understand, interpret and respond to client needs and expectations.

Define issues, analyze problems, evaluate alternatives and develop sound, independent conclusions and recommendations in accordance with laws, regulations, rules and policies.

Understand, interpret, apply, explain and enforce applicable laws, codes, policies and procedures.

Present proposals and recommendations clearly and logically.

Develop and implement appropriate procedures and controls.

Assess the participants’ immediate needs and ensure participants’ receipt of needed services through personal service or making appropriate referrals.

Develop and implement departmental policy and procedures.

Assist with the preparation of budgets, monitor revenues and expenditures, identify risks and mitigating actions, and implement corrective actions.

Establish appropriate performance indicators to track the programs work products in terms of both output and outcome (cost effectiveness, schedule adherence, and quality).

Coordinate activities with outside jurisdictions and community agencies.

Prepare and give presentations on the programs or projects functions, activities, and issues.

Supervise, train, and evaluate the work of subordinate staff.

Demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills in the areas of creative problem-solving, conflict resolution, group planning, and decision-making processes.

Prepare clear, concise and accurate management level correspondence and reports.

Interpret, apply and reach sound decisions in accordance with rules, regulations and MAAC policies and procedures.

Communicate effectively orally and in writing with a variety of individuals representing diverse cultures and backgrounds.

Understand and follow written and oral instructions.

Maintain confidentiality of agency documents and records.

Work effectively independently without close supervision.

Organize, set priorities, take initiative and exercise sound independent judgment within areas of responsibility.

Perform duties that require high attention to detail and application of rules and specific procedural requirements.

Demonstrate patience, flexibility, dependability, and creative problem-solving.

Operate modern office equipment including photocopier, calculator, computer and payroll administration and processing related software.

Exercise appropriate judgment in answering questions and releasing information; analyze and project consequences of decisions and/or recommendations.

Use tact, discretion, courtesy and patience in dealing with sensitive and difficult individuals and situations.

Establish and maintain effective working relationships with agency staff and others encountered in the course of work.

Qualifications:
Education/Experience/Certification:

A typical way of demonstrating the knowledge, skills and abilities outlined above is graduation from a four-year college or university with a BA/BS with a major in business administration, social science, sociology, cultural studies, or related field; Four(4) years of experience in program development and administration of a recovery program in a social service setting, including one (1) year of supervisory experience; and a valid CAARR or Breining Institute Alcohol and Drug Programs Certification.

Salary / Compensation: 60,000-63,000

Application Due Date:


June 15, 2019

Employer Information
Company Name: San Joaquin County
Company Address: 44 N. San Joaquin St, Ste 330
City: Stockton
State: CA
ZIP Code: 95202
Company Website: www.sjgov.org/department/hr
Contact Person: Lee Her
Contact Person Title: Personnel Analyst
E-mail: leeher@sjgov.org
Telephone: (209) 468-1994

Job Information

Position Title: Substance Abuse Program Manager

Position Description:
TYPICAL DUTIES

1. Directs the activities of a large drug or alcohol program, including case management activities; selects, assigns, trains and evaluates staff; designs and implements orientation, training and staff development programs.

2. Prepares budget requests and monitors the program budget; determines staffing and program needs; prepares justifications; reviews and authorizes expenditures.

3. Plans, develops and implements alcohol and other drug programs including annual program plans; monitors programs for compliance with state and federal laws; assists state and federal officials with program audits; may respond to audits and recommend program changes.

4. Develops program goals and objectives; develops and implements program policies and procedures in compliance with state and federal regulations; assists in developing department policies, procedures, goals and objectives.

5. Plans and conducts individual and group counseling sessions; discusses and evaluates individual and family behavioral, social and psychological issues which affect treatment and progress; determines most effective treatment plans, implements plans and evaluates progress.

6. Leads group discussions and education classes; works with groups to provide a supportive environment to encourage clients to remain substance free; participates in training programs to maintain group facilitator skills.

7. Performs special project assignments such as assisting in developing, implementing and modifying curricula; performs special assignments related to new programs or changes in existing programs; develops and implements new procedures; participates on committees and task forces; resolves issues in delivery of services and operations.

8. Gathers and analyzes data and maintains records; prepares a variety of reports, correspondence and informational literature; designs reports and forms.

9. Serves as liaison between Health Care Services and community agencies and groups; speaks before public groups. Maintains records; gathers and analyzes data; prepares reports and correspondence.

10. Participates in staff meetings; coordinates programs with other directors and outside service groups.

Qualifications:
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

EITHER PATTERN I

Experience: Two years of work experience as a Substance Abuse Program Supervisor in San Joaquin County service.

OR PATTERN II

Education: Graduation from an accredited four year college or university with a major in psychology, social work, business or public administration, or a closely related field.

Experience: Three years of counseling or case management experience in a substance abuse or social crisis program, two years of which must have been in a supervisory capacity.

Substitution: Additional qualifying experience may be substituted for the required education up to two years.

AND FOR BOTH PATTERNS

Certification: Possession of a current certificate as an Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Counselor issued by a certifying agency approved by the State of California. Certification must be maintained, as defined by the Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs, California Code of Regulations, Chapter 9. Failure to maintain certification may result in release from employment.

Substitution for Alcohol and Other Drug Certification: Possession of a license to practice medicine issued by the Medical Board of California; or Psychologist licensed by the Board of Psychology; or Clinical Social Worker or Marriage and Family Therapist licensed by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences; or an Intern registered with the California Board of Psychology or the California Board of Behavioral Sciences, can substitute for the above-required certification.

License: Possession of a valid California driver’s license.

Salary / Compensation: $5,239.87 – $6,370.00/month

Application Due Date: 6/28/19


June 15, 2019

Employer Information
Company Name: San Joaquin County
Company Address: 44 N. San Joaquin St, Ste 330
City: Stockton
State: CA
ZIP Code: 95202
Company Website: www.sjgov.org/department/hr
Contact Person: Lee Her
Contact Person Title: Personnel Analyst
E-mail: leeher@sjgov.or
Telephone: (209) 468-1994

Job Information

Position Title: Substance Abuse Counselor II

Position Description:
TYPICAL DUTIES

•Conducts intake interviews; administers various tests such as addiction severity index; obtains background and financial information; collects fees; assigns clients to specific programs or counselors; observes client progress.
•Plans and conducts individual and group counseling sessions; discusses and evaluates individual and family behavioral, social and psychological issues which affect treatment and progress; determines most effective treatment plans, implements plans and evaluates progress.
•Selects and monitors volunteer staff; develops and implements comprehensive training and orientation programs; maintains records of work performed; provides evaluations and references for volunteer staff.
•Maintains client records; documents progress notes, doctor’s appointments, court appearances and other pertinent information; prepares reports and correspondence.
•Assesses and evaluates clients referred by law enforcement, probation and other agencies and develops plans for treatment; interviews clients, family and others to compile pre-assessment reports; monitors clients participation in individual and group counseling; reports progress to courts, law enforcement agencies, or other jurisdictions; coordinates treatment and supervision of clients with various correctional agencies, medical staff, court officials and others.
•Assists clients to establish plans to address social, cultural, familial and personal factors contributing to substance abuse.
•Identifies community resources to refer clients to appropriate resources.
•May transport clients to various community resources.
•Leads group discussions and education classes; works with groups to provide a supportive environment to encourage clients to remain substance free; participates in training programs to maintain group facilitator skills.
•May conduct field work to identify clients and high-risk individuals; provides information about available community resources and treatment programs; provides follow-up counseling regarding risks associated with substance abuse; may develop programs for high-risk clients including prevention and educational activities with youth in community settings.
•May verbally explain various written material and instructions for non-English speaking clients and families; assists staff in working with clients of other cultures.
•May provide financial and money management counseling and assistance to clients; reviews client financial resources; may assist clients in filing for benefits and State Disability; may assist clients with budgeting and managing income; coordinates efforts with various social service agencies to ensure proper receipt and accounting of income and expenses; participates in utilization review functions to ensure proper management of clients progress and use of resources.
•Develops curriculum and resources for specialized training for group educational sessions; obtains specialized training and may develop resources to train other staff; implements and modifies specialized training programs; presents special group training throughout the agency.
•May perform special project assignments such as assisting in developing, implementing and modifying curricula; performing special assignments related to new programs or changes in existing programs; developing and implementing new procedures; participating on committees and task forces; resolving issues in delivery of services and operations.
•May provide leadership and training to staff; may provide work guidance to other staff; may coordinate small ad-hoc committees and groups; may review work of other lower-level counselors; may schedule special activities for specific program components; may assume responsibilities of other counselors/ workers in their absence; may direct resident and volunteer workers to include training and evaluation.
•May be assigned to rotating shifts.

Qualifications:
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Education: Successful completion of 30 semester or 45 quarter units from an accredited college or university which included 12 semester or 15 quarter units in psychology, sociology, counseling, chemical dependency or a closely related field.

Certification: Possession of a current certificate as an Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Counselor issued by a certifying agency approved by the State of California. Certification must be maintained, as defined by the Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs, California Code of Regulations, Chapter 8. Failure to maintain certification may result in release from employment.

Note: 1) At the time of the adoption of classification study #05-028, incumbents in the class of Substance Abuse Counselor I who completed one full year in the class of Substance Abuse Counselor I and are registered by a Certifying agency approved by the State of California will have met the minimum qualifications required for Substance Abuse Counselor II; 2) At the time of the adoption of classification study #05-028, incumbents in the class of Substance Abuse Counselor II who are currently not certified by an approved State of California Certifying agency must obtain certification in accordance with Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs, California Code of Regulations (CCR), Title 9, Chapter 8, Commencing with Section 13000.

AND

License: Possession of a valid California driver’s license.

Salary / Compensation: $3,797.73 – $4,615.87/month

Application Due Date: 6/28/19


June 1, 2019

Employer Information
Company Name: ABC Traffic Programs
Company Address: 1501 N Raymond Ave Ste D
City: Anaheim
State: CA
ZIP Code: 92801
Company Website: www.abctraffic.com
Contact Person: Cristal Pizano
Contact Person Title: Administrative Director
E-mail: jobs@abctraffic.com
Telephone: 7144299900

Job Information

Position Title: Bi-Lingual PT SUD COUNSELOR (Anaheim/Santa Ana)

Position Description:
Part Time AOD Counselor Position

Position Includes: Group classes and Case Managing!

Required:
-Registered
Certified is a plus!
Must be Bilingual in Spanish/ English

Qualifications:
For more information or if interested please email your resume to jobs@abctraffic.com or fax to 714-429-9910

Opportunities may also be available in Los Angeles County and Orange County Locations.

ABC Programs is a California State Licensed Drinking Driver Treatment Provider. We are committed to providing the highest quality education and counseling services to those convicted of a DUI.

We offer First, Second, and Multiple offender programs in Los Angeles County and First offender programs in Orange County. Services are provided in most cases to individuals ordered by the Court, County Probation or State Parole Agency or can be done on a volunteer basis. Clients are required to complete programs specified by State Law, where State Law and/or County regulations mandate both the content and length of program.

Programs offered in both English and Spanish.

Visit our webpage for more information about our company: www.abctraffic.com
AOD Counselor
Drug and Alcohol Counselor
MFT
CADTP, CAADE, CCAPP
RADT

Salary / Compensation: DOE

Application Due Date:


June 1, 2019

Employer Information
Company Name: ABC Traffic Programs
Company Address: 1501 N Raymond Ave Ste D
City: Anaheim
State: CA
ZIP Code: 92801
Company Website: www.abctraffic.com
Contact Person: Cristal Pizano
Contact Person Title: Administrative Director
E-mail: jobs@abctraffic.com
Telephone: 7144299900

Job Information

Position Title: Entry Level Office Manager (Azusa)

Position Description:
Entry-Level DUI Program Office Manager
Required:Must be bilingual in Spanish &English

Hours:
Monday Tuesday Thursday 11:00-7:00 Wednesday 9:00-6:00pm Friday 9:00-5:00pm
* One Saturday per month

Qualifications:
Serious applicants looking for a long term job. Duties include but are not limited overseeing clerical and assisting to answer phones, data entry, filing, customer service, taking payments, must be willing to work and able to multitask. Ability to oversee, delegate, and manage day to day office operations and both clerical and counseling staff. Training will be provided to conduct client one on one interviews and responsible to cover groups/education as needed.

Requirement- Must be actively registered as a Substance Abuse Counselor and/or register upon hire as a condition of employment
Bilingual in Spanish/English

If interested please respond to Ad via email with resume and/or any questions addressed to Cristal

Salary / Compensation: 13

Application Due Date:


June 1, 2019

Employer Information
Company Name: ABC Traffic Programs
Company Address: 1501 N Raymond Ave Ste D
City: Anaheim
State: CA
ZIP Code: 92801
Company Website: www.abctraffic.com
Contact Person: Cristal Pizano
Contact Person Title: Administrative Director
E-mail: jobs@abctraffic.com
Telephone: 7144299900

Job Information

Position Title: Office Clerk

Position Description:
We are looking to hire two part time clerks to join our team!
Will be required to register upon hire!

Responsibilities:
Data entry
Answering phones
Manage client records and information
Customer service
Perform office tasks as needed

Qualifications:
Ability to prioritize and multi-task
Bilingual Spanish/English
Strong organizational skills
Deadline and detail-oriented
40+ WPM

Part Time clerks will assist office manager and Corporate staff as needed within the ABC Traffic Programs Corporation. They will report directly to and work closely with the office manager and corporate staff.

Clerical staff will be bi-lingual in Spanish and will be called upon to assist Spanish speaking clients when the need arises.

Anaheim After-noon Shift
Monday-Thursday 2:00 pm-7:30 pm Friday 12:00 pm- 5:00 pm
Saturday 8:00 am-1:00 pm

Santa Ana After-noon Shift
Monday-1:00pm-6:30pm
Tuesday-Thursday- 2:00pm-7:30pm
Alternating Friday and Saturday. Friday 9:00am-2:00pm & Saturday 8:00am-12:00pm

If interested, please e-mail your resume to the e-mail address indicated above. Also, feel free to submit any questions via e-mail.

Salary / Compensation: 12

Application Due Date:


May 31, 2019

Employer Information
Company Name: ABC Traffic Programs
Company Address: 1501 N Raymond Ave Ste D
City: Anaheim
State: CA
ZIP Code: 92801
Company Website: www.abctraffic.com
Contact Person: Cristal Pizano
Contact Person Title: program Director
E-mail: jobs@abctraffic.com
Telephone: 7144299900

Job Information

Position Title: Part Time AOD Counselor

Position Description:
Position may Include- Case Managing hours as needed
Hours:

El Monte:
Thursdays 5:00pm-9:00pm

possible Group coverage as needed!

For more information or if interested please email your resume to jobs@abctraffic.com or fax to 714-429-9910

Opportunities may also be available in Los Angeles County and Orange County Locations.

ABC Programs is a California State Licensed Drinking Driver Treatment Provider. We are committed to providing the highest quality education and counseling services to those convicted of a DUI.

We offer First, Second, and Multiple offender programs in Los Angeles County and First offender programs in Orange County. Services are provided in most cases to individuals ordered by the Court, County Probation or State Parole Agency or can be done on a volunteer basis. Clients are required to complete programs specified by State Law, where State Law and/or County regulations mandate both the content and length of program.

Programs offered in both English and Spanish.

Visit our webpage for more information about our company: www.abctraffic.com
AOD Counselor
Drug and Alcohol Counselor
MFT
CADTP, CAADE, CCAPP
RADT

Qualifications:
Required:
-Registered
Certified is a plus!
Bilingual in Spanish/ English is preferred, but not required.

Salary / Compensation: DOE

Application Due Date:


May 21, 2019

Employer Information
Company Name: BAART Programs
Company Address: 4920 Avalon Blvd.
City: Los Angeles
State: CA
ZIP Code: 90011
Company Website: BAARTprograms.com
Contact Person: Mahshid Reaves
Contact Person Title: Treatment Center Director
E-mail: mreaves@baartprograms.com
Telephone: 3232355035

Job Information

Position Title: Substance Use Disorder Counselor

Position Description:
We are seeking Full-Time AOD Counselors for our Southeast Clinic in Los Angeles.
Position Responsibilities:
-Provide counseling and case management services
-Keep accurate records to insure compliance with local, state, and federal regulations, as well as accreditation standards
-Act as our patients’ liaison with entire program
-Computer skills

Qualifications:
Position Requirements:
– A current Certificate in Drug and Alcohol Studies from an approved counselor certifying organization, or AMFT/MFT. Certification must be completed in no more than five years from date of hire to maintain employment.
– An AA or BA degree in Behavioral Sciences, Counseling, Clinical Psychology or related is required
– Some counseling experience in a related setting
– The ability to develop comprehensive treatment plans and chart accurately
– Excellent oral and written communication skills and computer literacy
– Substance abuse counseling experience and an advanced degree are preferred

What We Offer:
– Health insurance, which includes medical, dental, and life insurance
– Paid time off, which includes major holidays, birthday holiday, vacation and sick time
– Paid lunch hour (full hour)
– 401(k) plan
– Early work hours (6AM-2PM), no evenings
– A business casual work environment

Salary / Compensation: DOE

Application Due Date: 8-2019


May 15, 2019

Employer Information
Company Name: ABC Traffic Programs
Company Address: 1501 N Raymond Ave Ste D
City: Anaheim
State: CA
ZIP Code: 92801
Company Website: www.abctraffic.com
Contact Person: Cristal Pizano
Contact Person Title: Administrative Director
E-mail: jobs@abctraffic.com
Telephone: 7144299900

Job Information

Position Title: Office Manager

Position Description:
Entry-Level DUI Program Office Manager
Required:Bilingual in Spanish &English

Hours:
Monday Tuesday Thursday 11:00-7:00 Wednesday 9:00-6:00pm Friday 9:00-5:00pm
* One Saturday per month

Serious applicants looking for a long term job. Duties include but are not limited overseeing clerical and assisting to answer phones, data entry, filing, customer service, taking payments, must be willing to work and able to multitask. Ability to oversee, delegate, and manage day to day office operations and both clerical and counseling staff. Training will be provided to conduct client one on one interviews and responsible to cover groups/education as needed.

Qualifications:
Requirement- Must be actively registered as a Substance Abuse Counselor and/or register upon hire as a condition of employment
Bilingual in Spanish/English

If interested please respond via email with resume and/or any questions addressed to Cristal

Salary / Compensation: $13

Application Due Date:


May 9, 2019

Employer Information
Company Name: THE RANCH RECOVERY CENTERS, INC.
Company Address: 7885 ANNANDALE AVENUE
City: DESERT HOT SPRINGS
State: CA
ZIP Code: 92240
Company Website: WWW.RANCHRECOVERY.ORG
Contact Person: CINDY SIMPSON, PH.D, MSW
Contact Person Title: CLINCIAL DIRECTOR/COO
E-mail: CSIMPSON@RANCHRECOVERY.ORG
Telephone: (760) 329-2959

Job Information

Position Title: CLINICIAN

Position Description:
We are looking for two (2) licensed health professionals (LMFT, LCSW OR LPC) to work in our residential SUD programs. Must have some experience working with addictions as well as co-occurring mental health issues. Full time, 40 hour week. Please send resume to above email address.

Qualifications:
Must have valid California license as a LMFT, LCSW or LPT and be registered or certified as a Substance Use Disorder Counselor.

Salary / Compensation: Salary commensurate with experience.

Application Due Date: May 25, 2019


May 3, 2019

Employer Information
Company Name: Azure Acres IOP
Company Address: 2641 Cottage Way #8
City: Sacramento
State: CA
ZIP Code: 95825
Company Website: azureacres.com
Contact Person: Kathleen Marco
Contact Title: Program Director
E-mail: kathleen.marco@azureacres.com
Telephone: 916 4888123

Position Title: AOD Counselor

Position Description: Azure Acres IOP is seeking an AOD counselor requesting with years of experience to conduct education, process and family groups. Must be able to work evenings part time, 24 hours per week. Plus documentation to meet a high standard. We are looking for a team player with years of experience to provide quality care.

Qualifications: Must be Certified CADC I or II.

please send cover letter and resume to kathleen.marco@azureacres.com

Salary / Compensation: TBD

Application Due Date: June 30, 2019


April 29, 2019

Employer Information
Company Name: County of Santa Cruz
Company Address: 701 Ocean Street, Room 510
City: Santa Cruz
State: CA
ZIP Code: 95060
Company Website: www.santacruzcountyjobs.com
Contact Person: Araceli Gonzalez
Contact Person Title: Personnel Tech
E-mail: personnel@santacruzcounty.us
Telephone: 831-454-2600

Job Information

Position Title: Mental Health Client Specialist

Position Description:
THE JOB: Under general supervision, to provide a variety of professional mental health and/or substance abuse services and related administrative functions in support of clients and their families, including case management, short term crisis intervention, evaluation, counseling, and/or assisting in the implementation of appropriate treatment or service plans and to do other work as required. MUST BE BILINGUAL TO APPLY. Bilingual Mental Health Client Specialist positions require that the mental health and/or substance abuse clinician be fully fluent in Spanish and English in order to provide the full range of professional level mental health and/or substance abuse services in Spanish, including the facilitation of individual, group, family, and crisis counseling. Bilingual clinicians may be asked to translate written clinical materials and interpret for Spanish speaking clients that need to communicate with monolingual English-speaking mental health and/or substance abuse professionals. The Current vacancy is in the Medication Assisted Treatment Program and requires an Alcohol and Drug Certification. Position is located with the Primary Care Clinic in the Integrated Behavioral Health unit.

Qualifications:
THE REQUIREMENTS: Any combination of training and experience which would provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain these would be:

Four years full-time experience in a recognized public or private agency providing mental health counseling*, substance abuse counseling, psychosocial rehabilitation, or case management services to individuals with mental illness, substance use disorders, or emotional disturbance.
OR
BA Degree from a college or university in counseling, psychology, other mental health related field AND three years full-time experience in a recognized public or private agency providing mental health counseling*, substance abuse counseling, psycho-social assessment, or case management services to individuals with mental illness, substance use disorders, or emotional disturbance.
OR
A one-year Master’s Degree from an accredited college or university in Marriage, Family and Child Counseling, Social Work, Clinical Psychology, Counseling, Psychiatric Nursing, Psychology, or closely related behavioral science field AND two years full-time experience in a recognized public or private agency providing mental health counseling*, substance abuse counseling, psycho-social assessment, or case management services to mentally ill, substance abusing, or emotionally disturbed individuals.
OR
A two-year Master’s Degree from an accredited college or university in Marriage, Family and Child Counseling, Social Work, Clinical Psychology, Counseling, Psychiatric Nursing, Psychology, or closely related behavioral science field (with a focus in counseling methods or techniques).

*Educational counseling may be considered for up to 50 percent of qualifying experience for assignments in Children’s Mental Health.

License Requirement: Possession of a valid California Class C Driver License, or the ability to provide suitable transportation which is approved by the appointing authority. Alcohol and Drug Assignment: All persons providing alcohol and drug counseling services within the Alcohol and Drug Program must be certified as an Alcohol and Drug Counselor OR be licensed as a mental health professional, OR within six (6) months of the date of hire, all non-licensed individuals, pursuant to California Code of Regulations, Title 9, Division 4, Chapter 8, Subchapter 2, or non-certified individuals providing counseling services in an AOD program, must be registered to obtain certification as an AOD counselor by one of the approved certifying organization (CCR, Section 13035(f)).

Other Special Requirements/Conditions: All assignments: Exposure to offensive odors such as unwashed people and clothes, human and animal feces; the possibility of infections which may cause chronic disease or death; hostile or violent individuals and may be exposed to cigarette smoke. Juvenile Hall and Acute/Emergency Services assignments: Exposure to noise, such as people yelling. Children’s Service assignment: Exposure to disturbing material, such as photos of abused children; allergens such as poison oak, insect stings or bites, and pollens. Some positions may require lifting objects such as boxes of belongings weighing up to fifty pounds. Note: Persons in this classification may be assigned to positions with any of the above working conditions on an emergency, as needed basis.

Background Investigation: Fingerprinting is required.

Salary / Compensation: $5,604 – 7,086 / Month

Application Due Date: May 17, 2019


April 9, 2019

Employer Information
Company Name: ABC Traffic Programs
Company Address: 1501 N Raymond Ave Ste D
City: Anaheim
State: CA
ZIP Code: 92801
Company Website: abctraffic.com
Contact Person: Cristal Pizano
Contact Person Title: Administrative Director
E-mail: jobs@abctraffic.com
Telephone: 7144299900

Job Information

Position Title: Part Time AOD Counselor Position

Position Description:
Position may Include – Case Managing hours as needed
Hours:
Azusa:
Mondays 6:30-8:30 pm

El Monte:
Thursdays 5:00pm-9:00pm

possible Group coverage as needed!

Qualifications:
Required:
-Registered
Certified is a plus!
Bilingual in Spanish / English is preferred, but not required.

For more information or if interested please email your resume to jobs@abctraffic.com or fax to 714-429-9910

Opportunities may also be available in Los Angeles County and Orange County Locations.

ABC Programs is a California State Licensed Drinking Driver Treatment Provider. We are committed to providing the highest quality education and counseling services to those convicted of a DUI.

We offer First, Second, and Multiple offender programs in Los Angeles County and First offender programs in Orange County. Services are provided in most cases to individuals ordered by the Court, County Probation or State Parole Agency or can be done on a volunteer basis. Clients are required to complete programs specified by State Law, where State Law and/or County regulations mandate both the content and length of program.

Programs offered in both English and Spanish.

Visit our webpage for more information about our company: www.abctraffic.com
AOD Counselor
Drug and Alcohol Counselor
MFT
CADTP, CAADE, CCAPP
RADT

Salary / Compensation: DOE

Application Due Date:


April 9, 2019

Employer Information
Company Name: ABC Traffic Programs
Company Address: 1501 N Raymond Ave Ste D
City: Anaheim
State: CA
ZIP Code: 92801
Company Website: abctraffic.com
Contact Person: Cristal Pizano
Contact Person Title: Administrative Director
E-mail: jobs@abctraffic.com
Telephone: 714-429-9900

Job Information

Position Title: Bilingual Case Manager (Azusa/Anaheim/Hawaiian Gardens)

Position Description:
Position Includes- Case Managing
Position Hours:
Hawaiian Gardens:
CM: Monday 2:00 pm-7:00 pm, Wednesday 10:30am- 3:30 pm, Friday 10:00am-4:30pm and every other Saturday 8:00am-12:00pm

Anaheim
CM: Tuesday 1:00pm-6:00pm

Azusa
CM: Thursday 1:00pm-6:00pm

and additional hours may be discussed.

Qualifications:
f you are registered/certified looking please contact us with your resume to email above.

Required:
-Bilingual English & Spanish
-Must be Registered and/or Certified is a plus!

For more information or if interested please email your resume to jobs@abctraffic.com or fax to 714-429-9910.

Opportunities may also be available in Los Angeles County and Orange County Locations.

AOD Counselor
Drug and Alcohol Counselor
MFT
CADTP, CAADE, CCAPP
RADT

Salary / Compensation: DOE

Application Due Date: