Mental Health Clinical Supervisor – Burlington Full Time Position – UP TO a $3,000 sign on bonus!!

Description:

ADDS is committed to provide high quality treatment, rehabilitation, and educational services for persons involved in and/or concerned with substance abuse problems, problem gambling and other behavioral disorders using Recovery Oriented System of Care. We are currently seeking one Full Time Mental Health Clinical Supervisor for our Burlington Office.

Qualifications:

  1. Master’s Degree in a relevant field.  Licensed mental health professional in the state of Iowa (temporary licensure acceptable).
  2. A valid Iowa License for LMSW, LMFT, LMHC, LISW or a temporary license and under Board approved supervision for LMFT-T or LMHC-T.
  3. Must complete Continuing Education Requirements dictated by IAC including 3 hours of CEUs in Ethics every two years.
  4. Five years supervisory experience in mental health programming preferred.
  5. Valid driver’s license with good driving record required.
  6. Completion of Urine Specimen Collection certification, Breath Alcohol Technician certification, Mandatory Child and Dependent Adult Abuse Reporting certification, Non-Violent Crisis Intervention (NCIT), First Aid/CPR required within 6 months of hire.

Duties:

  1. Provide high quality leadership to all clinical staff.
  2. Acts in a trainer capacity when needed to support departmental education and growth.
  3. Maintain an active caseload.
  4. Review varied departmental performances, effect changes as needed to improve services, simplify workflow and assure compliance with IDPH, CARF, DHS, and other applicable regulatory requirements.
  5. Interpret organizational and department policies and procedures to department staff, client, public and other departments as is appropriate.
  6. Provides clinical insight to key administration and leadership to direct company processes within and outside the company.
  7. Maintain knowledge of current legislative and/or other governmental regulations in order to provide key strategic positioning of the company’s clinical structure to promote and maintain growth areas.
  8. Interprets and maintains compliance with the behavioral health standards. 
  9. Investigate irregularities and policy violations and notify appropriate leadership.
  10. Responsible for the supervision of clinical and other staff on team(s) and team leads providing services.
  11. Implements and manages new programmatic issues as appropriate and as assigned.
  12. Collaborate with outside agencies to ensure maximum efficiency with federal, state, and local regulatory bodies as well as clinical processes.
  13. Assists in coordinating in-service trainings in conjunction with leadership.
  14. Cover emergency services, if work and scope of practice allow.
  15. Other duties as assigned.

Mental Health Therapist – Burlington Full Time Position – UP TO a $2,000 sign on bonus!!

Description:

ADDS is committed to provide high quality treatment, rehabilitation, and educational services for persons involved in and/or concerned with substance abuse problems, problem gambling and other behavioral disorders using Recovery Oriented System of Care. We are currently seeking one Full Time Mental Health Therapist for our Burlington Office.

Qualifications:

  1. Master’s Degree in Social Work, Marriage & Family Therapy or Mental Health Counseling from an accredited college/university. 1+ years of mental health care experience preferred.
  2. A valid Iowa License for LMSW, LMFT, LMHC, LISW or a temporary license and under Board approved supervision for LMFT-T or LMHC-T.
  3. Must complete Continuing Education Requirements dictated by IAC including 3 hours of CEUs in Ethics every two years.
  4. Valid driver’s license with good driving record required.
  5. Completion of Urine Specimen Collection certification, Breath Alcohol Technician certification, Mandatory Child and Dependent Adult Abuse Reporting certification, Non-Violent Crisis Intervention (NCIT), First Aid/CPR required within 6 months of hire.

Duties:

  1. Provides direct service through comprehensive evaluation, diagnosis, treatment planning and treatment of clients assigned.
  2. Takes referral or recommendations for appropriate ancillary services.
  3. Takes responsibility for emergency phone calls/walk-ins as assigned.
  4. Performs after hour, on-call duties as assigned.
  5. Complies with required documentation and record keeping in a timely manner.
  6. Identify those needs of the client which are incapable of being satisfactorily met by this organization and make an appropriate referral to an outside organization which can meet those needs if such an organization exists.
  7. Develops appropriate skills and accepts new responsibilities as program and community needs evolve.
  8. Responsible for maintaining confidentiality of all client treatment in accordance with applicable state and federal laws and rules (e.g. 42-CFR-2 for substance abuse clients).  
  9. Provide for individual therapy, group therapy, crisis intervention, and family therapy according to the needs of cases and as requested by the supervisor.
  10. Ensure verification and accuracy of third party payer information such as Medicaid, Blue Cross Blue Shield, and other payers throughout the client’s care.
  11. Unlicensed clinical staff will participate in individual supervision with a licensed staff member for one hour weekly; group supervision with the clinical staff for one hour weekly.
  12. Other duties as assigned by the Executive Director. 

Prevention Specialist – Keokuk Full Time Position

Description:

ADDS is committed to provide high quality treatment, rehabilitation, and educational services for persons involved in and/or concerned with substance abuse problems, problem gambling and other behavioral disorders using Recovery Oriented System of Care. We are currently seeking a Full Time Prevention Specialist in our Keokuk office.

Qualifications:

  1. B.A. in health sciences field or education preferred; minimum one year of experience in the substance use disorder field or teaching preferred. 
  2. Valid driver’s license with good driving record required. 
  3. Current certification in the field of Prevention or obtain Certified Prevention Specialist (CPS) certification within 18 months of employment. 
  4. Completion of Urine Specimen Collection Certification, Breath Alcohol Technician Certification, Mandatory Child and Dependent Adult Abuse Reporting Certification, Certification in Evidence Based Curricula, and Prime for Life Certification training within six months of hire. 

Duties:

  1.  Apply the steps of the Strategic Prevention Framework to deliver Prevention Intervention Strategies and activities across the lifespan. .
  2. Provide Technical Assistance and Evidence Base Programming to the Area School Systems and Education Agencies, Institutions of Higher Education, and Community Partners and Coalitions in Service Area.  
  3. Develop and conduct programs as outlined by the specific grants assigned.  
  4. Teach Driving Unimpaired classes within assigned service county.
  5. Keep accurate records of the work done and submit to the Prevention Supervisor for reporting to the State and Board of Directors.
  6. Provide urinalysis testing, breath alcohol testing, and office coverage as needed.
  7. Provide necessary services as outlined in the specific grants assigned.
  8. Other duties as assigned.

Counselor Aide – Part Time Position

Description:

ADDS is committed to provide high quality treatment, rehabilitation, and educational services for persons involved in and/or concerned with substance abuse problems, problem gambling and other behavioral disorders using Recovery Oriented System of Care. We are currently seeking a Part Time Counselor Aide in our Residential Program located in Burlington.

Qualifications:

  1. GED or High School Diploma.
  2. Valid driver’s license with good driving record.
  3. Mandatory Child Abuse and Dependent Adult Abuse Certification within 6 months of hire
  4. Non-Violent Crisis Intervention (CPI)
  5. Urine Specimen Collection Certification
  6. First Aide/CPR

Duties:

  1. Provide client supervision and input to clinical staff as appropriate
  2. Assist residential program staff in carrying out duties
  3. Participate in supervised individual, group, and other program interventions
  4. Perform other aspects of program services including case file management, urinalysis collection, client supervision, transportation, completing room searches, mediate interactions of clients, provide detailed documentation of client activity
  5. Supervise and document the client’s self-administration of authorized medications.
  6. Work Holidays and fill in for full time staff while they are on vacation or sick.

Support Staff – Burlington Full Time Position

Description:

ADDS is committed to provide high quality treatment, rehabilitation, and educational services for persons involved in and/or concerned with substance abuse problems, problem gambling and other behavioral disorders using Recovery Oriented System of Care. We are currently seeking two Full Time Support Staff for our Burlington office.

Qualifications:

  1. One year of office training beyond high school or three years of secretarial or receptionist experience; proficient in computer software applications; typing, telephone, office management skills, and verbal and written communication skills. 2.
  2. Urine Specimen Collection certification, eScreen certification, Breath Alcohol Technician certification, and Notary Public within 6 months of hire.

Duties:

  1. Serve as program secretary by maintaining filing systems as necessary and producing required reports, records and correspondence, including insurance eligibility and verification, appointment scheduling through the electronic health record system or referral calls, appointment reminder calls, schedules, packets, and client lists.
  2. Serve as receptionist for the agency and act as goodwill representative of the organization with a focus on customer service to visitors, clients, guests, referral sources and co-workers.
  3. Primary responsibility for telephone communications within the organization, including system orientation, training and maintenance.
  4. Manage inventory of office supplies and materials and submit an order to replenish items needed.
  5. Make copies of frequently used forms on the Risograph.
  6. Provide typing services for assigned staff.
  7. Provide telephone coverage for the office.
  8. Maintain program library of literary and audiovisual materials
  9. Maintain accounts receivable for the office through the use of  Electronic Health Record system.
  10. Assist in Drug Free Workplace Program and Federal Probation urinalysis collection as needed.
  11. Enroll clients in DUI Class, Juvenile Diversion Class, .05 Educations class, collect necessary fees and issue a receipt.
  12. Responsible for maintaining confidentiality of all client treatment in accordance with applicable state and federal laws and rules (e.g. 42-CFR-2 for substance abuse clients).
  13. Other duties as assigned.

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