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Employment Opportunity: Licensed Chemical Dependency Professionals - VJC International (Rhode Island)

VJC International is a premier staffing firm with a client in RI looking to fill several LCDP positions, Levels I, II & III. Please see the following general job description. Responsibilities may vary according to Level. Please see specific qualifying details for each Level as well as available hours, wages & benefits. Please contact our talent specialist listed above. We look forward to hearing from qualified candidates. Thank you!

Our client is a growing company in the process of a large transition. A leader in providing nonprofit treatment; passionate about healing individuals, families, and communities challenged by substance use disorders and related mental health conditions. Caring for over 10,000 people each year and reaching communities totaling 50 million people. Offering a comprehensive compensation package, including competitive wages, health and dental coverage, life insurance, and much more. Benefits Brochure is available upon request.

Job Type: Full-time (Part-time may be discussed)

Required License:
● Chemical Dependency Professional

Required work authorization:
● United States

EOE Minorities / Females / Protected Veterans / Disabled

Post date: 6/11/18
Deadline: 9/11/18
Qualifications:

Qualifications Level I:
Associate’s/Bachelor's degree in Social/Behavioral Sciences preferred
1-3 years of prior Substance Abuse Counseling experience preferred
LCDP required
Excellent verbal, non-verbal and written communication skills
Time management & organizational skills
Bilingual a plus

Qualifications Level II:
Master’s degree in Social/Behavioral Sciences preferred
6 years of prior Substance Abuse Counseling experience preferred
LCDP required
Excellent verbal, non-verbal and written communication skills
Time management & organizational skills
Bilingual a plus

Qualifications Level III:
Master’s degree in Social/Behavioral Sciences preferred
7 years of prior Substance Abuse Counseling experience preferred
LCDP required
Excellent verbal, non-verbal and written communication skills
Time management & organizational skills
Bilingual a plus

Hours:
● Full Time: Tues-Sat / Sun- Thurs
● 1st shift 7am-3pm
● 2nd shift 3pm-11pm
● Flex shift (some am / some pm)
● Part Time may be discussed

Compensation:
● LCDP Level I $42.3-47.67k
● LCDP Level II $47.6-52.9k
● LCDP Level III $52.9-58.2k

Excellent benefit package

Responsibilities:

Under the supervision of the Clinical Supervisor, counselors provide individual and group therapy, coordination of care, and case management to patients who are in recovery from substance abuse.

Position Duties & Responsibilities:
● Utilize knowledge of a variety of evidence based therapeutic models, best practice, and theories to understand, plan, and reassess interventions.

● Understand and implement case management activities and engage in coordinating care with internal and external providers.

● Work to develop a comprehensive treatment plan and care plan that addresses needs, desired treatment outcomes, and an agreed upon plan of action with regular reassessment of progress.

● Maintain patient records related to screening, intake, treatment, continuing care, progress toward goals and objectives, discharge summary, and treatment outcomes that are accurate, concise, timely, and useful for coordinating treatment team planning, monitoring health and behavioral outcomes, and review.

● Coordinating and cooperating with local agencies and organizations when necessary to expedite treatment for each patient.

To Apply

To apply, contact: Tammy Ras
tras@vjcinternational.com
774-300-1299