Acetone Recovery Worker Job Description Sample
Social Worker - Center For Recovery (Adventure Based)
Up to a $5,000 Sign-On Bonus Available! The Social Worker is a Master’s Degree level professional who serves as a member of an interdisciplinary team at the assigned site. Provides direct clinical services including, individual therapy, family therapy, group therapy, and counseling as appropriate to the assigned Program.
Provides case coordination and therapeutic education services. At the discretion of the Program Director, may be assigned to train and supervise other staff as deemed appropriate. Expected to provide excellent patient care and compassion in every encounter, aligned with the Hospital’s core values.
Assigned clinical program refers to Center for Recovery, an outpatient clinic which serves patients with Substance Use Disorders. The Challenge program is and adventure based program which serves patients ages 13 to 18 and their caregivers. In addition to the above listed duties the Social Worker for Challenge will be responsible for arranging and facilitating outdoor activities to include but not limited to – kayaking, overnight camping, rock climbing, hiking and snow activities, for patients and their identified caregiver.
A portion of the time for this position is spent in the community on activities, collateral meetings and home visits. Education and License:
Mas ter’s degree in Social Work or Mental Healthrequired. * NYS LMSW, LCSW or LMHC required.
Experience providing direct clinical service to the population served by the assigned clinical program is strongly preferred.
Job: Allied Health
- Social Work*
Title: *Social Worker
- Center for Recovery (Adventure Based)*
Psychiatric Social Worker Lcsw Chemical Dependency Recovery Program
Provides assessment, diagnosis, treatment and crisis intervention as needed to members who present themselves for psychiatric evaluation. Collaborates with treating physician, psychiatric and allied health professional team to plan and direct each individual member's treatment program. Essential Functions:
Assesses, develops and coordinates a clinical treatment program for Health Plan members with acute or chronic psychiatric disorders.Consults with staff regarding diagnosis, strengths and deficits of member, as needed or appropriate.
Provides outpatient psychotherapy to individuals and groups.Charts member's treatments and progress in accordance with state regulations and department procedures.Instructs and counsels members regarding compliance with prescribed therapeutic regimens.Interprets psychiatric treatment to member's family and helps to reduce fear and other attitudes obstructing acceptance of psychiatric care and continuation of treatment if asked to do so by member.
Makes referrals to case manager, as appropriate, and/or refers member's family to community support services and resources.Utilizes resources of public and private agencies and community organizations to meet the needs of members.
Collaborates with physicians in screening and evaluating members for psychotropic medications.May supervise PSW Assistants and PSW Interns, if supervision course has been completed.
Works on-call evenings, weekends & holidays, assuming primary responsibility for emergency psychiatric care and acting as consultant to emergency department physicians and staff.Reports safety concerns to mandated reporting agencies.
- Supervisory Responsibilities:
May supervise PSW Assistants and PSW Interns if supervision course completed.
Outpatient Psychiatric Social Worker- Has experience in assessing, diagnosing and treating a broad range of psychiatric conditions. Education
Master's degree in Social Work required from an accredited college or university. License, Certification, Registration
- Valid Licensed Clinical Social Worker license in the State of California. Additional
Must be familiar with DMS-IV-R as a means of diagnosis.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
Knowledge of social service agencies, state regulations, and professional board standards as is related to member treatment, patient rights, and member/patient confidentiality.
Must have a National Provider Identifier (NPI) or obtain NPI, prior to employment start date.
- Must be able to work in a Labor/Management Partnership environment.
Inpatient Psychiatric Social Worker - Working in an inpatient setting, a minimum of three (3) years post licensure experience in acute inpatient psychiatric settings and with the use of psychosocial assessment and psychotherapeutic methods and measures in a hospital, clinic or agency preferred.
Previous clinical responsibility to include crisis intervention, individual and group psychotherapy preferred. COMPANY: KAISER TITLE: Psychiatric Social Worker LCSW Chemical Dependency Recovery Program LOCATION: Union City, California REQNUMBER: 650433 External hires must pass a background check/drug screen. Qualified applicants with arrest and/or conviction records will be considered for employment in a manner consistent with Federal, state and local laws, including but not limited to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran, or disability status.
Recovery Treatment Worker I - Temporary Position
Days Off: Tuesday/Wednesday Incumbents are considered competent paraprofessionals, who perform work under guidance within a framework of defined procedures, policies and standards. Provides direct care services to clients; teach and assist clients in performing daily living functions; implement and execute behavioral programs; attend treatment meeting; accompany clients to appointments; provide medication support and assist in medication administration as required by the program; documentation as required; assist clients in developing in dividual therapeutic goals and objectives; assist in planning and organizing recreational, social, instructional or special activities; uses motivational skills to encourage participation in activities; requisition supplies and equipment; enforces rules and regulations.
Required to participate in restraint and seclusion as directed by nursing/psychiatry staff and per DMH regulations and works as part of a team providing support to the program to ensure environment is secure by monitoring clients and assigned areas as well as ensuring the safety of clients and staff. Ensure compliance with Federal Regulations, 42 CFR Part 2, Confidentiality of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Clients and HIPAA Regulations Detailed Statement of Duties and
1. Treats all clients with dignity and respect through interactions which affirm the individual’s needs and preferences by optimally integrating the client’s perspective into all facets of care; will advocate for clients, 2.
Facilitates timely resolution of client concerns and assist clients in the exercise of their rights. 3. Works with clients on an individual or small group basis through therapeutic interventions; 4. Provides a safe milieu for all clients by monitoring client activity to promote optimal stabilization and rehabilitation. 5.
Works with clients to develop individual therapeutic goals and objectives, through consultation, evaluation, review of client history or observation. 6. Plans and organizes recreational, social, instructional or special activities, in consultation with other administrative or clinical staff. 7. Evaluates recreation area/space to determine appropriateness of activities. 8.
Ensure compliance with Federal Regulations, 42 CFR Part 2, Confidentiality of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Clients and HIPAA Regulations 9. Uses motivational skills to encourage client participation in activities. 10. Conducts training with staff and or clients addressing services available and providing instructions on participation in sporting events, crafts, arts, or other activities. 11.
Requisitions supplies and equipment as needed. 12. Maintains attendance records. 13. Documents progress and incident data in the client’s medical record. 14.
Prepares logs or reports as requested to document reported incidents 15. Participates in treatment planning meetings as requested. 16. Assists clients to develop individual relaxation, body awareness, or exercise/activity plans. 17.
Provides/assists clients as needed with activities of daily living (ADL) and rehabilitates aspects of care to help ensure the health, comfort and safety needs of clients are being met. 18.
Establishes rapport with clients and with other staff by developing a good, cooperative working relationship to aid in improved client care. 19. Communicates clients’ progress or regress by verbally reporting to the supervisor or designee, participating in client’s treatment plan and nursing care plan meetings to ensure continuance of client care. 20.
Documents observations of client care. Documents observations in clients’ records as directed to provide written follow-through of verbal reports. 21. Supervises and/or assists clients in their performance of general housekeeping duties in assigned area to ensure a clean, safe, therapeutic environment. 22.
Performs clerical duties, such as filing, making out requisitions and collecting data in order to maintain complete accurate records to help expedite services. 23. Participates in continuing education/in-service programs to upgrade skills and knowledge, and competency. 24. Participates in admission, transfer and discharge process by collecting and recording appropriate information and providing physical and emotional support to the client. 25.
Orients new clients to the unit and provides the client with a review of available resources and their ability to access these resources. 26. Organize, plan, direct and implement daily unit routine as directed. 27. Takes an active role managing daily problems and interventions.
Mediates issues among clients and attend meetings to report unit and client activity and/or issues, to assist in decision making. 28. Conducts group meetings with clients to discuss activities and or concerns. 29. Communicates and implements policies and changes as directed. 30.
Communicates maintenance and/or living environment issue to appropriate departments or persons. 31. Coordinates and oversees the activities and programs of an assigned program, service or division to ensure effective operations, proper care and treatment of clients and to ensure compliance with governing laws, rules, regulations and established standards. 32. Confers with agency staff to exchange information and resolve problems and/or issues. 33.
Provides a safe unit environment by accurately performing client safety checks; accurately signing patients on and off the unit; and observing and monitoring assigned areas 34. Will escort visitors to and from Unit areas. 35.
Will be required to conduct searches in accordance to Program and DMH Policy. 36.
Will be required to assist in the evacuation of clients in emergency situation. 37. Accompanies patients to various appointments, programs, and treatment areas and assists professional or medical staff as needed. Will transport clients, as needed, to appointments, programs and treatment areas. 38.
Responds to WRAP clients off unit behavioral emergencies as assigned. 39. Demonstrates knowledge of techniques related to the use of restraint and seclusion; including restraint and seclusion reduction principles comprising skills related to prevention, de-escalation, and debriefing. 40. Demonstrates responsibility regarding punctuality and attendance to assure staff is available to provide patient care. 41.
Carries out other related duties as assigned. The Department of Mental Health (DMH) in collaboration with the Department of Public Health (DPH) Bureau of Substance Abuse Services operates a statewide Women’s Recovery from Addiction Program in Taunton for individuals civilly committed by the courts for substance use treatment for up to 90 days (“Section 35 commitment”). The program model will provide acute detoxification and early clinical stabilization services as we help clients develop community-based linkages to outpatient supports and substance use disorder treatment providers. The individuals treated within this program will be linked upon discharge to a range of services within the DPH continuum of care for substance use conditions.
The Department of Mental Health is seeking qualified candidates for the newly created Women’s Recovery from Addiction Program for women admitted under MGL Chapter 123, Section 35. This program provides administrative, medical, clinical and non-clinical services. This program will provide quality client-centered care and recovery oriented treatment.
Pre-Offer Process: · A criminal background check will be completed on the recommended candidate as required by the regulations set forth by the Executive Office of Health and Human Services prior to the candidate being hired. For more information, please visit http://www.mass.gov/hhs/cori · Education, licensure and certifications will be verified in accordance with the Human Resources Division’s Hiring Guidelines Education and license/certification information provided by the selected candidate(s) is subject to the Massachusetts Public Records Law and may be published on the Commonwealth’s website. For questions, please contact Cathy Nolette at (508) 977-3120.
First consideration will be given to those applicants that apply within the first 14 days. MINIMUM ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS: Applicants must have (A) at least two (2) years of full-time or equivalent part-time experience providing direct care services in a human service related field (e.g. substance use disorders, mental health, or developmental or physical disability), of which (B) at least one (1) year must be specifically working with a substance use disorder population; or (C) any equivalent combination of the required experience and the substitution below.
Substitutions: I. An Associate's degree or higher with a major in substance use disorder, psychology, human services, or mental health may be substituted for one year of the required (A) experience. An Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Females, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply
Organization:Department of Mental Health
Title:Recovery Treatment Worker I - Temporary Position
Location:Massachusetts-Taunton-60 Hodges Avenue
Peer Gambling Recovery Specialist (Community Outreach Worker II)
Individuals will be assigned to specific Local Health Departments (LHDs) in one of the six (6) casino jurisdictions. Responsibilities will include providing peer support for persons applying for the Maryland Lottery Voluntary Exclusion Program to educate them about treatment services; providing support for the states dedicated problem gambling helpline; and providing community outreach to educate and raise awareness about problem gambling and resources available through the Maryland Center of Excellence on Problem Gambling.
The University of Maryland, Baltimore offers a generous benefits package that includes 10 vacation days, 11 personal and holidays, 5 sick days; comprehensive health insurance and supplemental retirement options; and limited tuition remission for employees enrolled at UMB.
This is a Contractual Position.
- Provides crisis intervention through individual counseling, providing basic health education, assisting clients access to various social services, and referring clients to alternate care facilities.
- Conducts initial assessment in order to determine individual client needs.
- Speaks before neighborhood groups and attends community meetings to establish communication and rapport; to promote services; and assist in resolving problems facing the community. Prepares and distributes informational literature.
- Participates in the evaluation of materials and methods designed to meet the educational needs of the client community.
- May provide guidance and training over other outreach workers.
- Recruits a client base within the community by identifying, locating, interviewing, and screening individuals who may be appropriate for the program.
- Provides general information to individuals and families on program objectives and services; eligibility requirements and benefits; confidentiality of information etc. Distributes informational materials and literature.
- Conducts visual inspection of the physical condition of the client's house to identify factors that may be detrimental to maintaining a safe, healthy, and comfortable living environment.
- Serves as a liaison between the client and community resources including department staff, City, State, and Federal social services agencies.
- Schedules clients for appointments with health care providers, reminds them of pending appointments, and contacts them to inquire into reasons for missed appointments. Escorts clients to various appointments to ensure compliance and provide support.
- Assists with client retention by following up on all contacts for continued progress assessment and locating those clients who have moved or lost contact with the program.
- Assists with the facilitation of the clinic process by greeting clients and making sure that they are registered to be seen.
- Assists with planning, organizing, and implementing community special events such as health fairs, workshops etc.
- Participates in staff meeting and conferences. Reports on community outreach activities including problems and concerns.
- Prepares written reports and maintains records of outreach contacts and activities.
- Updates information in database from various data forms collected.
- Maintains a good working relationship with all members of the community.
Education\: High-school diploma or GED.
Experience\: Two (2) years in community outreach, health care, research, and/or social services. Prior experience as a Peer Counselor is preferred.
Other\: Except for qualifications established by law, additional related experience and formal education in which one has gained the knowledge, skills, and abilities required for full performance of the work of the job class may be substituted for the education or experience requirement on a year-for-year basis with 30 college credits being equivalent to one year of experience.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities\:
General knowledge of community and/or social service resources and programs. Skill in conducting interviews and assessing client needs. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships. Ability to operate computers and other office equipment. Ability to write reports and maintain records. Ability to work in extreme weather conditions. Ability to perform extensive standing and walking. Ability to handle sensitive and confidential matters with discretion and tact. Ability to interact with the public, health care providers, community organizations, and social service agencies. Ability to maintain poise and courtesy under pressure.
Conditions of Employment\:
Employees in this job class may be required to use their personal automobile while conducting official business and possess a valid Maryland Non-commercial Class C or Commercial Class B Driver's License (CDL). Candidates selected for employment may be subjected to medical inquiries and/or medical examination to determine ability to perform the job. Employees in this job class may be required to successfully pass a police background check.
Based on the duties of this position, selected candidates are not eligible to participate in the Bargaining Unit (Union).
Salary Range\: $30,962 - $41,000
If accommodations are needed for a disability, please contact Human Resource Services at 410-706-2606, Monday Friday, 8\:30am 4\:30pm EST. Maryland Relay can be accessed by dialing 711 (in-state) or 1-800-735-2258.
Peer Gambling Recovery Specialist (Community Outreach Worker II)
*The University of Maryland School of Medicine has six (6) openings for Peer Gambling Recover Specialists to work in the Department of Psychiatry.
The main purpose of this position is to provide recovery support for problem gambling services. The position is a non-clinical peer-based position working with persons who are at risk or receiving treatment for problem gambling disorders and their families. Peer Recovery Specialists will assist with outreach efforts to the community to engage, educate and support individuals through the process of making life changes related to recovery from problem gambling-related issues and possibly other co-occurring disorders including substance use and mental health. Peers serve as coaches to model the process of recovery through their personal experience, while serving as advocates for multiple pathways to recovery/wellness. Individuals will be assigned to specific Local Health Departments (LHDs) in one of the six (6) casino jurisdictions. Responsibilities will include providing peer support for persons applying for the Maryland Lottery Voluntary Exclusion Program to educate them about treatment services; providing support for the state’s dedicated problem gambling helpline; and providing community outreach to educate and raise awareness about problem gambling and resources available through the Maryland Center of Excellence on Problem Gambling. The University of Maryland, Baltimore offers a generous benefits package that includes 10 vacation days, 11 personal and holidays, 5 sick days; comprehensive health insurance and supplemental retirement options; and limited tuition remission for employees enrolled at UMB. /Candidates chosen for this position should be able to work flexible hours and work in various community settings. A valid Maryland driver’s license is required. This position may require the employee to visit various community programs within the state. This is a Contractual Position./ Essential Functions: * Provides crisis intervention through individual counseling, providing basic health education, assisting clients’ access to various social services, and referring clients to alternate care facilities.
Conducts initial assessment in order to determine individual client needs.
Speaks before neighborhood groups and attends community meetings to establish communication and rapport; to promote services; and assist in resolving problems facing the community. Prepares and distributes informational literature.
Participates in the evaluation of materials and methods designed to meet the educational needs of the client community.
May provide guidance and training over other outreach workers.
Recruits a client base within the community by identifying, locating, interviewing, and screening individuals who may be appropriate for the program.
Provides general information to individuals and families on program objectives and services; eligibility requirements and benefits; confidentiality of information etc. Distributes informational materials and literature.
Conducts visual inspection of the physical condition of the client's house to identify factors that may be detrimental to maintaining a safe, healthy, and comfortable living environment.
Serves as a liaison between the client and community resources including department staff, City, State, and Federal social services agencies.
Schedules clients for appointments with health care providers, reminds them of pending appointments, and contacts them to inquire into reasons for missed appointments. Escorts clients to various appointments to ensure compliance and provide support.
Assists with client retention by following up on all contacts for continued progress assessment and locating those clients who have moved or lost contact with the program.
Assists with the facilitation of the clinic process by greeting clients and making sure that they are registered to be seen.
Assists with planning, organizing, and implementing community special events such as health fairs, workshops etc.
Participates in staff meeting and conferences. Reports on community outreach activities including problems and concerns.
Prepares written reports and maintains records of outreach contacts and activities.
Updates information in database from various data forms collected.
Maintains a good working relationship with all members of the community.
The intent of this list of primary duties is to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities of this job. Incumbents perform other related duties assigned. Specific duties and responsibilities may vary based upon departmental needs. *Education:
High-school diploma or GED. *Experience:
Two (2) years in community outreach, health care, research, and/or social services. Prior experience as a Peer Counselor is preferred.
- Except for qualifications established by law, additional related experience and formal education in which one has gained the knowledge, skills, and abilities required for full performance of the work of the job class may be substituted for the education or experience requirement on a year-for-year basis with 30 college credits being equivalent to one year of experience. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: General knowledge of community and/or social service resources and programs. Skill in conducting interviews and assessing client needs. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships. Ability to operate computers and other office equipment. Ability to write reports and maintain records. Ability to work in extreme weather conditions. Ability to perform extensive standing and walking. Ability to handle sensitive and confidential matters with discretion and tact. Ability to interact with the public, health care providers, community organizations, and social service agencies. Ability to maintain poise and courtesy under pressure. Conditions of Employment: Employees in this job class may be required to use their personal automobile while conducting official business and possess a valid Maryland Non-commercial Class C or Commercial Class B Driver's License (CDL). Candidates selected for employment may be subjected to medical inquiries and/or medical examination to determine ability to perform the job. Employees in this job class may be required to successfully pass a police background check. Based on the duties of this position, selected candidates/are not/eligible to participate in the Bargaining Unit (Union). Salary Range:$30,962 - $41,000 If accommodations are needed for a disability, please contact Human Resource Services at 410-706-2606, Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 4:30pm EST. Maryland Relay can be accessed by dialing 711 (in-state) or 1-800-735-2258. Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Minorities, women, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Job:Reg or CII Non-Exempt Staff
Title:Peer Gambling Recovery Specialist (Community Outreach Worker II)
Recovery Guide Worker
NHS is currently seeking Recovery Guide Worker to join our NHS Adult Behavioral Health Division in our Philadelphia, PA location. ABOUT NHS With a rich tradition spanning almost 50 years, NHS is at the forefront of providing care and services to people with special needs. Today NHS, through its subsidiaries, is a leading provider of community-based, non-profit education and human services. More than 10,000 employees provide care to almost 40,000 adults and children throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Virginia, New York, Maryland, Delaware, Louisiana, and Michigan. NHS has developed a unique continuum of care providing services in the areas of mental health, addictive diseases, education, foster care and permanency, autism, intellectual and developmental disabilities, and many more specialized programs. WHAT NHS HAS TO OFFER
The stability that comes with working for a national leader providing education and human services to individuals with special needs
Highly competitive compensation plans
Career advancement opportunities in a rapidly growing company
Benefits for all employees including marketplace savings program (discounts on cell phone plans, shopping, travel and more); Wellness programs (including discounted gym memberships, mail order prescription plans); legal and financial services; 24-hour nurse hotline; life/disability coverage; and Employee Assistance Program
Benefits for qualifying employees including medical, dental & vision coverage; flexible spending account; 403B retirement plan with company contribution
Generous PTO plans including vacation, sick, and holiday pay for qualifying employees POSITION DETAILS Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following.
The Recovery Guide I is a direct care psychiatric rehabilitation worker, under the direction of a team coordinator and recovery team supervisor, whose primary focus is the delivery of services to individuals with mental health and co-occurring challenges who are members of the Recovery Communities of NHS Human services. POSITION REQUIREMENTS
A minimum of a bachelor's degree in a human service field OR a high school diploma and 2 years of human services work experience that includes one year of mental health direct care experience. APPLY TODAY In addition to completing your application, please feel free to email your resume directly to our recruiter at firstname.lastname@example.org at mailto:email@example.com . Requisition Number: 27715 NHS is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer!
A minimum of a bachelor's degree in a human service field OR a high school diploma and 2 years of human services work experience that includes one year of mental health direct care experience. Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO)
Warehouse Worker - 3M HQ Resource Recovery
About Aramark Aramark (NYSE: ARMK) is in the customer service business across food, facilities and uniforms, wherever people work, learn, recover, and play. United by a passion to serve, our more than 270,000 employees deliver experiences that enrich and nourish the lives of millions of people in 22 countries around the world every day. Aramark is recognized among the Most Admired Companies by FORTUNE and the World’s Most Ethical Companies by the Ethisphere Institute. Learn more at www.aramark.com or connect with us on Facebook and Twitter.
Ensures tables are cleared, clean and ready for the next party
Closely monitor each table within the assigned section and during the entire shift to ensure all guests needs are being met
Ensures front of the house sanitation standards and board of health regulations are being met
Inventory items for internal redeployment
Update inventory on a daily basis in Excel
Enter orders into computer using Excel
Enter Bill of Ladings using ‘USS Ship’
Process desktop shipping labels for outbound shipments Cutting, sorting and opening of returned 3M products
Other jobs as assigned
Must show enthusiasm and a willingness to work as a team, in a fast paced environment
Must be able to lift, push and pull 50lbs
Prior food and beverage service experience preferred
Must be TEAM certified or obtain TEAM certification during probationary period
Being able to lift 50 lbs
Lifting, bending, twisting and operating of a manual pallet jack
Microsoft Office Aramark is an EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION employer – Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran
Recovery Support Worker
Hire In Incentive Offered!
Will be responsible for general daily care of Program individuals. Assists young adult through geriatric individuals with chronic mental illness in learning the necessary daily living skills to achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: High School Diploma. One year full-time experience in providing direct care service to mentally ill consumers preferred. Satisfactory driver's license is required, MAP certification, CPR & First Aid is preferred. Company Description
FHR has developed, trains and utilizes the PRISMMODEL approach which is: Person-centered, Respectful, Individualized, Strength-based and Mission-driven.
FHR and its staff believe that all persons living with mental illness can and do recover, and with access to supports and resources can and do leads self-determined, independent, and fulfilling lives as contributing members of the community.
If you would like to work for an organization that seeks to make a difference each day, we encourage you to apply to join our team. FHR is an equal opportunity employer valuing diversity in the workplace.
Visit our website at to learn more.
Social Worker Program Manager-Addiction Recovery Services
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OUR MISSION:To fulfill President Lincoln's promise - "To care for him who shall have borne the battle and for his widow, and his orphan" - by serving and honoring the men and women who are America's Veterans. How would you like to become a part of a team providing compassionate care to Veterans? The Mental & Behavioral Health Service Line at the Minneapolis VA Medical Center is looking for a GS-12 Social Worker Program Coordinator for the Addiction Recovery Services- Opiate Treatment Program. (OTP) PLEASE NOTE: If you are a current permanent employee of the Department of VA, you should apply to announcement CBDO-10114239-18-AHU Learn more about this agency
Social Worker Program Coordinator Addiction Recovery Services- Opiate Treatment Programserves in the Mental Health Service Line at the Minneapolis VA. The Social Worker Program Coordinator administers information and analytical systems to evaluate and enhance the quality of service provided to patients.
The incumbent develops and implements information systems to track service activities including visits, referrals, inpatient days, patient demographics, equipment utilization and patient satisfaction. The Program Coordinator maintains the primary responsibility for overall clinical and administrative operations within the Opiate Treatment Program along with a caseload of patients.
The Social Worker Program Coordinator oversees and directs the daily activities of a multidisciplinary team of other employees performing work at various GS levels up to their own grade and provides administrative, technical and clinical supervision necessary for accomplishing the work of the unit.
The Social Worker Program Coordinator maintains primary responsibility for oversight of focused Joint Commission surveys, including maintaining all policies and procedures. They are also responsible for reporting to the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) and Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Association (SAMHSA) for ongoing certification and administrative registration.
Work Schedule: 6:30 AM - 3 PM
Please Note:This is a supervisory non-bargaining unit position.
Travel Required Not required
Supervisory status Yes
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… OPEN TO U.S. CITIZENS AND CURRENT FEDERAL EMPLOYEES OF OTHER AGENCIES Questions? This job is open to 2 groups. * #### Job family (Series) 0185 Social Work
Drug Abuse Social Workers
Mental Health And Substance Abuse Social Workers
Mental Health Social Workers
School Social Workers
Social Workers, All Other
Conditions of Employment
You must be a U.S. Citizen to apply for this job
Selective Service Registration is required for males born after 12/31/1959 * You may be required to serve a probationary period
Subject to a background/security investigation
Must be proficient in written and spoken English
Must be able to do light lifting/carrying, up to 15 pounds, bending and stooping, standing/sitting/walking for prolonged periods. Selected applicants may be required to complete an online onboarding process.
Basic Requirements: *
United States Citizenship: Non-citizens may only be appointed when it is not possible to recruit qualified citizens in accordance with VA Policy.United States Citizenship: Non-citizens may only be appointed when it is not possible to recruit qualified citizens in accordance with VA Policy. *
Education:Master's degree in social work from a school of social work fully accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CWSE). Graduates of schools of social work that are in candidacy status do not meet this requirement until the school of social work is fully accredited. A doctoral degree in social work may not be substituted for the master's degree in social work. Verification of the degree can be made by going to the CSWE website. *
Licensure: Must be licensed or certified by a state to independently practice social work at the advanced practice level. *
English Language Proficiency: Must be proficient in spoken and written English.
Grade Determinations: Experience, Education and Licensure: Individuals assigned as social worker program coordinator or manager must be licensed or certified at the advanced practice level.
Their experience must demonstrate possession of advanced practice skills and judgment, demonstrating progressively more professional competency. They may have certification or other post-master's degree training from a nationally recognized professional organization or university that includes a defined curriculum/course of study and internship, or equivalent supervised professional experience. In addition, the candidate must demonstrate the professional KSAs in subparagraph (b) below.
Demonstrated Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities 1. In-depth knowledge of the program coordinated, and demonstrated knowledge and ability to write policies, procedures, and/or practice guidelines for the program. 2. Knowledge and skill in management/administration, which includes supervision, consultation, negotiation, and monitoring. 3.
Ability to supervise multidisciplinary staff assigned to the program. 4. Ability to organize work, set priorities, meet multiple deadlines, and evaluate assigned program area(s). 5. Ability to provide training, orientation, consultation and guidance within clinical specialization of practice.
VA Handbook 5005 Part II, Appendix G39 Quality of Experience. Experience is only creditable if it is obtained following graduation with a master's degree in social work and if it includes work as a professional social worker directly related to the position to be filled. Qualifying experience must also be at a level comparable to social work experience at the next lower level.
Note:Only education or degrees recognized by the U.S. Department of Education from accredited colleges, universities, schools, or institutions may be used to qualify for Federal employment.
You can verify your education here: http://ope.ed.gov/accreditation/. If you are using foreign education to meet qualification requirements, you must send a Certificate of Foreign Equivalency with your transcript in order to receive credit for that education. For further information, visit: http://www.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ous/international/usnei/us/edlite-visitus-forrecog.html.
Additional information This job opportunity announcement may be used to fill additional vacancies
. It is the policy of the VA to not deny employment to those that have faced financial hardships or periods of unemployment. This position is in the Excepted Service and does not confer competitive status.
United States Citizenship Required; non-citizens may only be appointed when it is not possible to recruit qualified citizens in accordance with VA Policy. VA encourages persons with disabilities to apply. The health related positions in VA are covered by Title 38, and are not covered by the Schedule A excepted appointment authority.
Veterans and Transitioning Service Members: Please visit the VA for Vets site for career-search tools for Veterans seeking employment at VA, career development services for our existing Veterans, and coaching and reintegration support for military service members. If you are unable to apply online or need to fax a document you do not have in electronic form, view the following link for information regarding an Alternate Application. Read more
How You Will Be Evaluated You will be evaluated for this job based on how well you meet the qualifications above
. IN DESCRIBING YOUR EXPERIENCE, PLEASE BE CLEAR AND SPECIFIC. WE MAY NOT MAKE ASSUMPTIONS REGARDING YOUR EXPERIENCE.Your application, résumé, C.V., and/or supporting documentation will be verified.
Please follow all instructions carefully. Errors or omissions may affect consideration for employment.
NOTE: The Professional Standards Board (a peer-review group) will review the selected candidate's education and experience and recommend the grade and salary at which the candidate will be placed. For internal selectees eligible for promotion, the board will determine grade and HR will determine step in accordance with policy.
Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional; philanthropic; religions; spiritual; community; student; social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment.
You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience. Read more
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New employee probationary period This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/488595600. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered. Open & closing dates: 01/12/2018 to 01/23/2018 Salary: $78,463 to $102,002 per year
Pay scale & grade:* GS 12 Work schedule: Full-Time
Appointment type:* Permanent
Lead Recovery Support Worker Full-Time 2Nd Shift Keystone Hall
Lead Recovery Support Worker Full-Time 2nd Shift Keystone Hall
As the Lead Recovery Support Worker you will provide oversight of the daily responsibilities of Support staff and residential services as well as guidance, assistance and supportive services to individuals and families experiencing co-occurring (mental health and substance abuse) issues. You must be familiar with recovery oriented systems of care.
Responsibilities to include working in collaboration with the Director of Residential Services to assure Health and Safety policies are followed in accordance with Licensing requirements, assuring the safety and adherence of residential rules for all residents, assisting with support staff scheduling, providing direct service to include social and emotional support, assisting each client receiving drug and alcohol treatment in becoming involved with self-help support groups and developing and maintaining social support networks, supervising the taking of medications by clients as needed. Facilitating and or co facilitating recovery Support groups weekly.
Must possess a High School Diploma and/or GED and current New Hampshire driver’s license. Recovery Support Worker Certification required (or ability to obtain within 6 months).
Other requirements include 2 years of substance abuse/detox experience (Residential preferred), strong written and verbal communication skills, strong organizational and time management skills, demonstrated decision making and crisis management skills, knowledge of 12-core functions, and 4 domains of the Recovery Support Worker certification, experience with Microsoft office and computers, and ability to maintain client confidentiality and adherence to HIPAA and 42CFR. Experience with culturally and clinically diverse populations, Recovery Oriented Systems of Care, Medication Assisted treatment, and community recovery support programs.
If in recovery, must possess two years of continuous sobriety and significant evidence of personal stability.
Qualified interested candidates please send resume and salary requirements to: Human Resources, 77 Northeastern Blvd, Nashua, NH 03062 or email to
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