Pathways complies with all applicable federal, state, and local laws and provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, age, disability, pregnancy status, victim status, marital status, member of the armed services or covered veteran status, or any other status that is protected by applicable federal, state, and/or local laws.    This policy includes, but is not limited to: recruitment, employment, promotion, demotion, transfer, termination, compensation, benefits, layoffs, training, and social and recreational programs.Educational Requirements: BA Degree and CADC license with approved supervisor status or Master’s Degree and license in Human Service Field. 
 
Duties/Responsibilities:       This provider will lead clinical services delivered to Residential Recovery clientele.  Provider will supervise Peer Support Services and TCADC services delivered on site and off site.  This position provides direct care to consumers in the Crisis Residential Recover Unit (CRRU).  The provider observes the consumer to ensure safe withdrawal, and therapeutic engagement of addiction meeting the client where they are in recovery; handle telephone contacts for CRRU referrals; ensure and check proper admit and discharge of consumers along with necessary paperwork; process chart work; facilitate  groups and individual therapy.  The provider is responsible for the timely production of reports for client charts.  Provider will supervise temporary CADC personnel and ensure appropriate documentation is maintained for supervision and provided to the board in a timely manner.  All other duties as outlined in Job Description.        
 
Skills/Knowledge:                 A working knowledge of the Twelve Step recovery process is necessary.  This position requires organizational skills, as well as knowledge and skills in coordination of client care.  An understanding and application of The Principles of Effective Treatment (NIDA NIH Publication No. 00-4180) are necessary to function in this role.    
 

This is a full time position

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