POSITION SUMMARY

Conducts assessments, individual counseling and recovery education groups for suboxone clinic.  Performs administrative functions applicable to the position, works under the supervision of the Program Director.

DUTIES

• Conducts Chemical Dependency assessments.

• Conducts recovery education groups.

• Conducts individual therapy sessions.

• Assumes responsibilities associated with case management of clients on his/her case load.

• Documents all interactions with clients in the client’s individual file.

• Collects urine sample from same sex clients as required.

• Provides Administrative Secretary with copies of all continuing education certificates to facilitate compliance with state and/or federal regulatory boards.

• Performs other duties as required.

 

REQUIREMENTS

• Bachelor’s degree preferred or equivalent in experience in social work, counseling, psychology or other relevant field.  

• Two years of experience working with adults or any combination of education and experience.  

• Possession of Ohio licensure or equivalent certification in counseling, social work or chemical dependency counselor.

• Knowledge of clinical theory, programs and specific techniques of intervention. 

• Ability to demonstrate empathy and professionalism when interacting with clients.    

• Knowledge of professional counseling ethics, applicable laws and governmental regulations relating to client rights

• Establish good rapport and demonstrate a positive public relations image in working with the public, clients, families, and staff.

• Communicate in a clear and concise manner both verbally and in writing.

• Ability to respond to a variety of demands requiring prompt action, flexibility, mature judgment, and sound decision-making skills.

• Plan and implement group therapy for different client populations.

• Use of community resources in clinically sound discharge plans for all client groups.

• Organize a complex workload, addressing and documenting pertinent issues in a timely manner.

• Use clinical supervision constructively and non-defensively and to be willing to regularly self-explore.