Job Name : Sponsors, Inc. is currently seeking a part-time male Peer Recovery Mentor. May 24 2017 14:48 PM
Location of Job : Eugene
Contact Information:
Jen Jackson

jenjackson@sponsorsinc.org
Job Description:
Sponsors, Inc. is currently seeking a part-time male Peer Recovery Mentor.

About the Organization:

Sponsors, Inc. is a Eugene-based nonprofit organization that provides transitional housing and wraparound supports for men and women returning to Lane County from prison and jail. Established in 1973, Sponsors has a proven track record in its work to assist individuals in moving forward with their lives as productive and contributing members of our community. Sponsors provides mentoring, educational programs, employment assistance through our Reentry Resource Center, Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT), parenting classes, and on-site drug treatment groups. Individualized program referrals are determined following intake assessments conducted upon each participant's arrival. While Sponsors is a private nonprofit organization, our work is community-based and is coordinated in partnership with Lane County Parole & Probation and a variety of other local agencies.

About the Position:

This position would be responsible for facilitating engagement in the recovery community, tracking progress, and providing a positive support for Sponsors' male program participants. Must have exceptional boundaries, experience working with people in all stages of recovery, and be able to work independently. Must have flexible schedule as the hours vary; normally twenty hours per week. Formerly incarcerated individuals and those in recovery encouraged to apply. Pay is $12-$14 per hour depending on experience (DOE). This position does not include health insurance benefits.

To Apply:

Please visit Craigslist and "reply" to the ad with a letter of interest/cover letter, resume, and three references. Applications will be taken until Sunday, June 11, 2017, with an intended start date on or around July 10, 2017. Please, no phone calls. For more information and a detailed job description, please visit our website.
Job Name : Intensive Alcohol and Drug Specialist May 24 2017 13:47 PM
Location of Job : Portland, Oregon
Contact Information:
Rose Fuller

service@nwfs.org
Job Description:
Reports To: Counseling Department Clinical Supervisor
Classification: Exempt, Program

Position Time: 1.0 FTE

Position Summary
The Intensive Alcohol and Drug Specialist, CADCII or III, (A&DS) works as a member of a DHS treatment team providing evidence-based substance abuse treatment, case management and recovery support services. The Intensive Alcohol and Drug Specialist will work collaboratively with DHS caseworkers and staff to ensure that families maintain linkages with all the community support services needed by and available to the family. Additionally, upon referral by Department of Human Services (DHS), the Intensive Alcohol and Drug Specialist may be asked to accompany the Child Welfare caseworker in making the home assessment and/or provide screening and assessment services to the parent and family simultaneously with DHS as it conducts child and family risk assessments and evaluates other related safety and risk factors. The A&DS may be asked to screen and assess the parent and family to determine any impact that substance abuse issues may have had relative to the Child Protective Services (CPS) referral and on the family dynamic in general.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

* Participate in direct treatment of clients as program policies protocols dictate.
* Conduct interviews to evaluate the client’s eligibility to A&D program; develop treatment plan with client as appropriate.
* Will provide crisis stabilization services to help address substance abuse issues within the family, working in conjunction with the DHS team to secure alcohol and drug assessments and link clients to ongoing alcohol and drug treatment service providers.
* Will be embedded at a DHS office, but be willing to meet individuals and families in their homes, community setting, emergency departments, or treatment facilities.
* Upon referral by DHS, the Intensive Alcohol and Drug Specialist may be asked to accompany the Child Welfare caseworker in making the home assessment and/or provide screening and assessment services to the parent and family simultaneously with DHS as it conducts child and family risk assessments and evaluates other related safety and risk factors.
* The A&DS may be asked to screen and assess the parent and family to determine any impact that substance abuse may have had relative to the Child Protection Services (CPS) referral and on the family dynamic in general. In these cases, written and detailed reports will be provided to DHS within three calendar days of conducting the screening and assessment, and shall include, among other relevant items, recommendations for treatment and any other recommendations for service.
* In certain situations and upon assignment by DHS, the A&DS may screen and assess the parent and family in the home separate from the DHS response to determine the impact that substance abuse has had on the family dynamic – the report of which may be included by DHS as part of the CPS assessment process. These screening and assessments will be conducted and completed within three calendar days of receiving the referral from DHS and the written reports including recommendations for treatment and other services will be submitted to DHS within three calendar days of completing the screening and assessments.
* Screening, assessment and recommendation for treatment and other services will be based upon the level of care criteria as defined by the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM), and any applicable rule promulgated by the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) or other state, local or federal agencies with such rule authority.
* Work collaboratively with the NWFS Health Navigation staff on the overall project deliverables.
* When necessary, be willing to respond to subpoenas.
* Develop strong connections with referral sources for community social services, mental health, healthcare, and provide referrals as needed.
* May provide education to groups of clients, including recovery, and prevention services.
* Prepare individuals for a seamless transition into residential and recovery A & D services.
* Attend clinical staff meetings, case conferences, and DHS meetings in order to facilitate individual treatment plans for clients.
* Maintain client records following HIPAA for the purpose of evaluation and program planning.
* Maintains accurate, complete, and concise client files, including assessment forms, clinical notes, payment records, insurance records, and other related paperwork according to department protocols.
* Participates in clinical and program supervision as required including working with the Medical Director.
* Effectively communicate about NWFS, its mission, and programs to community partners and participants. Utilize NWFS communication plan. Document programs and activities for representation on behalf of Northwest Family Services to the broader community, including, but not limited, to the news media and social media.
* Provide all monthly reports in a timely manner as prescribed in the work plan.
* Additional duties as assigned
* Must be committed to organizational mission and fiscal responsibility.
* Comply with all NWFS policies and procedures.
* Receives Clinical Supervision as defined by the Department of Human Services Addictions and Mental Health Division Integrated Services and Supports rules; (309-019-0125)Specific Staff Qualifications and CompetenciesClinical Supervisors in all programs must demonstrate competence in leadership, wellness, oversight and evaluation of services, staff development, service planning, case management and coordination, utilization of community resources, group, family and individual therapy or counseling, documentation and rationale for services to promote intended outcomes and implementation of all provider policies.
* Accept the guidance and supervision of the Health Department Supervisor, the A&D Clinical Director, DHS Supervisor, and the Executive Director in the spirit of establishing and maintaining an honest and professional working relationship.

Skills and Abilities:

* Training and experience related to counseling/treatment principles for individual, family and group counseling; adolescent development; family systems theory, and treatment/intervention.
* Incorporate a trauma-informed approach whenever working with families.
* Knowledge of current best practice treatment for members and their family members needing addiction intervention and/or treatment services.
* Knowledge of legal requirements for reporting abuse and maintaining confidentiality.
* Working knowledge of accepted best practice protocols and ethical guidelines and behaviors for counselors, as identified by licensing and /or Certifying Boards
* Ability to assess, diagnoses, and treat youth and families
* Able to discern appropriate expressions of feelings in group and 1:1 situations
* Understand difficulties and barriers individuals need to overcome for behavioral change
* Familiar with DSM-V diagnoses and implications for treatment
* Understand pharmacological effects on brain chemistry and development
* Apply ASAM/HIPAA & 42CFR policies to case management and charting

Qualifications

* Certified Alcohol Drug Counselor III (CADC III) as certified by the Addiction Counselor Certification Board of Oregon (ACCBO).
* Ability to identify dual diagnosis.
* Must have experience in chemical dependency treatment and demonstrate a working knowledge of evidence-based treatment.
* Able to work a flexible, non-traditional work schedule that will include evening and weekend work periods and willing to conduct home visits.
* Demonstrated knowledge of community and social service agencies.
* Knowledge and skills in chemical dependency treatment methods and crisis intervention.
* Demonstrate basic knowledge and skills in counseling and case management techniques with individuals and groups.
* Must pass a pre-employment background check and drug test.
* Must adhere to agency’s policies.
* Ability to effectively interact with co-workers and clients with diverse ethnic backgrounds, religious views, cultural backgrounds, life-styles, and sexual orientations and treat each individual with respect and dignity.
* Bilingual, bi-cultural English and Spanish preferred, but not required
* Must be able to lift up to 30 lbs.
* Ability to multi-task
* Proven ability to follow through
* Works well with others
* Excellent written and oral communication skills
* Experience with Microsoft Office
* Valid driver’s license, reliable car, and automobile insurance
* High energy, self-directed, organized

Working Conditions

Able to work a flexible, non-traditional work schedule that will include evening and weekend work periods and will to conduct home visits. Work is performed typically in an office environment and involves periodic use of a computer and phones.

Salary: $21.65 to $23.55 per hour depending on experience

Benefits: Major health and dental insurance, matching 401k, vacation/personal leave.

Please print out and mail or email Employment Application (http://www.nwfs.org/images/stories/Employment_Application.pdf) along with cover letter and resume to:

Northwest Family Services
6200 SE King Rd
Portland, OR 97222
service@nwfs.org
Job Name : Youth & Family Therapist May 24 2017 12:09 PM
Location of Job : NE Portland
Contact Information:
Human Resources

jobs@depaultc.org
Job Description:
De Paul Treatment Centers serves the greater Portland community by providing drug and alcohol addiction treatment services. We currently have a full-time opening for a Family Therapist at our Youth and Family Center working with adolescents, 13 to 18 years of age, and their families. This position provides education, treatment and support to residential youth and their families/significant others who are addressing challenges related to substance use.

Duties include assessment of family history/functioning, family therapy with individuals, parents, families and multi-family group, treatment planning, documentation, collaboration with a multidisciplinary team, and some program coordination responsibilities. Duties may include dual diagnosis assessment of youth using ASAM and DSM-V Criteria. Collaboration with our multidisciplinary team as well as supports and organizations involved in each youth’s treatment is an integral part of this position.

Requirements for the position include a Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy or relevant degree with at least one year of paid and supervised experience providing strength-based family and group counseling with MI and Addiction/Recovery focus. Candidates must qualify for a CADC I within 6 months of hire. Must be available a minimum of three evenings per week, Saturdays, and be willing to facilitate a minimum of 4 groups per week. Knowledge of systems and experience working with families is required. A candidate that is fluent in Spanish/English and/or bicultural is strongly preferred. Experience with DBT, Motivational Interviewing, and positive youth development is valued. We encourage applications from those in recovery with 2+ years of continuous sobriety.

Required criteria for applicant:
• Master’s degree in Marriage, Couples and Family counseling, Social Work, or equivalent behavior health field
• Experience with family centered counseling, group counseling, providing mental health assessments, treatment planning and documentation
• Ability to work a 40 hour work including some evenings and weekends
• Ability to register as CADC I Candidate upon hire
• If you identify with being in recovery, documented 2 + years of continuous sobriety


Preferred criteria for applicant:
• CADC I, II or III
• One year or more providing Mental Health or SUD services to youth
• Experience running groups with Youth in DBT or Seeking Safety
• Bi-lingual competence (additional compensation)
• Experience in a residential treatment facility

Please submit your cover letter and resume to:
De Paul Treatment Centers, Inc.
Attn: Human Resources
PO Box 3007
Portland, OR 97208-3007
jobs@depaultc.org

De Paul is an equal opportunity employer
Job Name : Mental Health Counselor May 24 2017 11:48 AM
Location of Job : SW Portland
Contact Information:
Amy Salo

amy.salo@depaultc.org
Job Description:
Join the team at De Paul Treatment Centers in exciting Downtown Portland, with easy access to the Max. Work close to the Pearl district and delicious food cart blocks. Be a valued member of our interdisciplinary team that includes trained and competent nurse practitioners, nurses and addiction counselors. We serve the greater Portland community by providing evidence based dual diagnosis drug and alcohol treatment services. We offer in-house supervision towards licensure, generous benefits, and room for professional growth.

We currently have a full-time opening for an adult Mental Health Counselor. The MH Counselor position provides professional, compassionate treatment for mental health and co-occurring substance use disorders. Duties and responsibilities include: providing mental health assessments and collaboratively creating mental health treatment plans, as well as providing both individual and group counseling. Additionally, candidates must be proficient and timely with required clinical documentation standards. Candidates must have knowledge of Trauma Specific Services, Trauma Informed Care, Motivational Interviewing, DBT, and strong interdisciplinary team skills. Master's degree, ability to qualify for QMHP status, and ability to become licensed as an LPC, MFT, or LCSW required. In addition, candidates must have current CADC certification or the ability to become certified within 6 months.

We encourage applications from those in recovery, but require 2+ years of continuous sobriety.

Please submit your cover letter and resume to:

De Paul Treatment Centers, Inc.
Attn: Amy Salo
PO Box 3007
Portland, OR 97208-3007
Email: amy.salo@depaultc.org

De Paul is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Job Name : Detox Technician May 24 2017 11:47 AM
Location of Job : SW Portland
Contact Information:
Human Resources

jobs@depaultc.org
Job Description:
De Paul serves the greater Portland community by providing drug and alcohol addiction treatment services. We are currently seeking a full-time and on-call Detoxification Technicians to join our team.

The Detox Technician (DT) performs all duties relevant to providing direct care for individuals receiving detoxification and treatment services within the guidelines of De Paul Treatment Center's mission and policies & procedures.

These duties include, but are not limited to: Multi-disciplinary collaboration regarding patient care, track potential detoxification clients and ensures consistent, quick screening and documentation; perform thorough searches of clients' rooms and belongings and inventories belongings accurately, provide direct care for all clients to include monitoring for behavioral needs/changes, medical symptoms and/or compliance with the treatment plan, assist RN with medication and the medical needs of clients, monitoring UAs and breathalyzer testing, keep client rooms and the work environment sanitized and free of garbage, used food and potentially hazardous waste, ensure clients have clean clothing and bedding, provide clients with access to fluids, snacks and meals, assist with inventory, routine maintenance and storage of medical supplies and equipment.

The DT works under the direct supervision of the Charge Nurse of Medical services and as a direct support to the nursing team. The work environment is fast-paced and high volume. The detoxification program is operated 24/7, therefore, shift assignments may include days, evening, nights, weekends and holidays. Our current full-time opening is for the following shift: Friday, Saturday, Sunday from 7 PM to 7:30 AM.

Pay rates:
$13 / hour + shift differential for swing and graveyard shifts
$14.50 / hour with CNA or CMA certification + shift differential for swing and graveyard shifts

Position requires 2+ years' of continuous sobriety, if recovering.

To apply, please send cover letter and resume to:
De Paul Treatment Centers, Inc.
ATTN: Human Resources
P.O. Box 3007
Portland, OR 97208-3007
Email: jobs@depaultc.org

De Paul is an Equal Opportunity Employer

De Paul offers a comprehensive benefits package which includes Medical, Dental, Flexible Spending (FSA), Long and Short Term Disability Insurance, and Life and AD&D Insurance for full-time staff. It also includes 10 paid holidays per year, 20 days PTO per year, Extended Illness Benefit, Employee Assistance Program, 401(k) plan with company match, discounted meals on site, and discounted fitness membership.
Job Name : Detox Nurse May 24 2017 11:46 AM
Location of Job : SW Portland
Contact Information:
Human Resources

jobs@depaultc.org
Job Description:
De Paul Treatment Centers 12 bed detox facility is conveniently located in Downtown Portland. We offer individualized drug and alcohol detox programs with Recovery Programs created by our nurse practitioners, registered nurses, and addiction counselors, specific to each individual's needs.

De Paul Treatment Centers has an immediate need for compassionate RNs with a passion for addictions and detox. Hiring full-time and PRN, all shifts.

Detox Nurses help to provide, excellent patient care and treatment of services for patients during their detox in a safe and calm environment. The Substance Abuse and Detox Nurse focuses on providing the most supportive and comforting environment possible. Detox nurses are instrumental in guiding the patient through their detox per the provider's orders. As well, the Substance Abuse and Detox Nurses work to educate the patient about his/her condition and to assist the provider through the accurate clinical reporting of patient condition and status and taking proper clinical actions.

Required Basic Skills and Competencies

- Must be team-oriented and have strong nursing as well as administrative skills.
- Ability to work on several assignments at once
- Strong communication skills and strong medical background to support the clinical needs of our organization.
- Position requires current RN licensure in the state of Oregon
- Experience with alcohol/drug abuse and detox/withdrawal preferred.

Position requires 2+ years' continuous sobriety, if recovering.

Please submit your cover letter and resume to:

De Paul Treatment Centers, Inc.
Attn: Human Resources
PO Box 3007
Portland, OR 97208
Email: jobs@depaultc.org

De Paul is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Job Name : Youth Residential Counselor May 24 2017 11:45 AM
Location of Job : NE Potland
Contact Information:
Human Resources

jobs@depaultc.org
Job Description:
De Paul works with individuals, families and communities to create freedom from addiction.

De Paul Treatment Centers provides chemical dependency treatment services to men, women, youth and families. We believe that all individuals have within them innate health and the capacity to recover. De Paul uses comprehensive, multi-disciplinary, culturally appropriate and evidence-based practices that address the needs of the whole person, family and community.

Join our growing, fast paced team of committed and caring staff. Become a leader in addiction and behavioral health in our community.

We are currently seeking On-Call Residential Counselors to work at our youth treatment facility for day, and swing and graveyard shifts.

Residential Counselors (RCs) play an integral role in De Paul's residential program by providing oversight and support to clients. The RC is responsible for maintaining a safe and therapeutic treatment environment for our clients, demonstrating healthy models of communication, ethics, and professional boundaries. Responsibilities include administering medication, assisting with day-to-day activities, and facilitating classes. Duties also include monitoring the behavior of our clients and intervening when necessary.

Candidates must demonstrate strong initiative and problem solving skills, be organized, show attention to detail, and communicate effectively both verbally and in writing. Knowledge of substance-use & mental health disorders, intervention strategies and trauma-informed care preferred. Previous experience working in a residential setting preferred.

**Bachelor's degree or 2 years of experience working with addictions, and/or mental health required**

Bicultural and bilingual candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. We encourage applications from those in recovery, but we require 2+ years of continuous sobriety. A DHS criminal background investigation is conducted on all new employees. Convictions are evaluated for each position and are not necessarily disqualifying.

Starting rate of pay: $13.50 - $14.50 (plus shift differential for swing/graveyard shifts).

If you are seeking an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of people struggling with addiction, we invite you to apply!

To apply, please send cover letter and resume to:

De Paul Treatment Centers, Inc.
Attn: Human Resources
P.O. Box 3007
Portland, OR 97208-3007
Email: jobs@depaultc.org

De Paul is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Job Name : Activities Director May 24 2017 11:18 AM
Location of Job : Salem, OR
Contact Information:
Chris Simpson

chris@roccsalem.org
Job Description:
Go to www.roccsalem.org/careers/ and download the advertisement for Activities Director
Job Name : CADC or CRM Counselors!! May 24 2017 10:00 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Ken Dugan

Ken.Dugan@Acadiahealthcare.com
Job Description:
We are currently seeking a full-time Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor CADC for our Belmont Treatment facility. Hours are Tuesday-Friday, 6:00 am to 2:00 pm and Saturday 6:00 am to 1:00 pm.

Allied Health Services Belmont is a comprehensive outpatient substance abuse treatment facility serving patients diagnosed with the disease of addiction. The qualified candidate will work closely in a team environment with a team of clinicians, medical personnel, and office personnel in accordance with State and Federal Regulations to provide care for our patients. We offer our patients an out-patient environment conducive to recovery from the disease of addiction, specifically to the opioid class of drugs. We offer our staff an educational environment where patient care is our top priority.

We offer a competitive benefits package to all full-time employees including Medical, Dental, Vision, 401k, Company paid group term life insurance.

Position Summary:

Under the supervision of the Clinical Supervisor, our counselors are ultimately responsible for providing individual and group therapy to patients with a primary diagnosis of chemical dependency. Additional responsibilities include:

Position Duties and Responsibilities

• Utilizing knowledge of a variety of therapeutic models and theories to understand and plan intervention strategies for a variety of patients
• Monitoring patient progress and making changes to the therapeutic approach and best practice, evidenced based interventions based on patient response to treatment
• Working collaboratively with the patient and appropriate others to develop a comprehensive treatment plan that addresses priority needs of the patient, desired treatment outcomes, an agreed upon plan of action, and reassessment;
• Maintaining 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, and review.
• Coordinating and cooperating with local agencies and organizations necessary to expedite treatment for each patient.

Amazing Hours!
Our hours are earlier than many places, typically 6:00 AM to 2:30 PM, this gives our counselors more time to pursue part-time schooling and hobbies in the evenings and weekends. Hours may vary by location.

Job Requirements:

• CADC or CRM
• Excellent Verbal, non-verbal and written communication skills
• Time management & organizational skill
• Love to smile! Want to make a difference!
• Great organizational skills.

Hours:

Tuesday-Friday, 6:00 am to 2:00 pm and Saturday 6:00 am to 1:00 pm.

Please email me your resume at Ken.Dugan@acadiahealthcare.com

Best!
Job Name : CRM Peer Counselors Wanted! May 24 2017 9:58 AM
Location of Job : Medford, OR
Contact Information:
Ken Dugan

Ken.Dugan@Acadiahealthcare.com
Job Description:
cadia Healthcare Medford Comprehensive Treatment Center NEW CRM Program

This new program offers CRM Peer Mentors the opportunity to work as a paid counselor for all our Oregon facilities. We offer competitive hourly wages and full benefits for our full-time employees. In addition, we also are offering the below to all CRM employees,

Tuition reimbursement toward your CADC!
Competitive pay for all CADC Counselors!
Transferable on the job hours toward your CADC
Ability to transfer to any of our clinics within the state of Oregon including Medford and Salem (Relocation Assistance Available).

Please send me your resume or email me at Ken.Dugan@acadiahealthcare.com for more information.

Qualifications

Must be a Certified Recovery Mentor CRM
Must be willing to register with ACCBO as CADC Eligible
Job Name : CADC or CRM Counselors!! May 24 2017 9:58 AM
Location of Job : Salem, OR
Contact Information:
Ken Dugan

Ken.Dugan@Acadiahealthcare.com
Job Description:
We are currently seeking a full-time Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor CADC for our Salem Treatment facility. Hours are Tuesday-Friday, 6:00 am to 2:00 pm and Saturday 6:00 am to 1:00 pm.

Willamette Valley Treatment is a comprehensive outpatient substance abuse treatment facility serving patients diagnosed with the disease of addiction. The qualified candidate will work closely in a team environment with a team of clinicians, medical personnel, and office personnel in accordance with State and Federal Regulations to provide care for our patients. We offer our patients an out-patient environment conducive to recovery from the disease of addiction, specifically to the opioid class of drugs. We offer our staff an educational environment where patient care is our top priority.

We offer a competitive benefits package to all full-time employees including Medical, Dental, Vision, 401k, Company paid group term life insurance.

Position Summary:

Under the supervision of the Clinical Supervisor, our counselors are ultimately responsible for providing individual and group therapy to patients with a primary diagnosis of chemical dependency. Additional responsibilities include:

Position Duties and Responsibilities

• Utilizing knowledge of a variety of therapeutic models and theories to understand and plan intervention strategies for a variety of patients
• Monitoring patient progress and making changes to the therapeutic approach and best practice, evidenced based interventions based on patient response to treatment
• Working collaboratively with the patient and appropriate others to develop a comprehensive treatment plan that addresses priority needs of the patient, desired treatment outcomes, an agreed upon plan of action, and reassessment;
• Maintaining 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, and review.
• Coordinating and cooperating with local agencies and organizations necessary to expedite treatment for each patient.

Amazing Hours!
Our hours are earlier than many places, typically 6:00 AM to 2:30 PM, this gives our counselors more time to pursue part-time schooling and hobbies in the evenings and weekends. Hours may vary by location.

Job Requirements:

• CADC or CRM
• Excellent Verbal, non-verbal and written communication skills
• Time management & organizational skill
• Love to smile! Want to make a difference!
• Great organizational skills.

Hours:

Tuesday-Friday, 6:00 am to 1:45 pm and Saturday 6:00 am to 1:00 pm.

Please email me your resume at Ken.Dugan@acadiahealthcare.com

Best!
Job Name : CADC or CRM Counselors!! May 24 2017 9:57 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Ken Dugan

Ken.Dugan@Acadiahealthcare.com
Job Description:
We are currently seeking a full-time Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor CADC for our Alder Treatment facility. Hours are Tuesday-Friday, 6:00 am to 2:00 pm and Saturday 6:00 am to 1:00 pm.

Allied Health Services Alder is a comprehensive outpatient substance abuse treatment facility serving patients diagnosed with the disease of addiction. The qualified candidate will work closely in a team environment with a team of clinicians, medical personnel, and office personnel in accordance with State and Federal Regulations to provide care for our patients. We offer our patients an out-patient environment conducive to recovery from the disease of addiction, specifically to the opioid class of drugs. We offer our staff an educational environment where patient care is our top priority.

We offer a competitive benefits package to all full-time employees including Medical, Dental, Vision, 401k, Company paid group term life insurance.

Position Summary:

Under the supervision of the Clinical Supervisor, our counselors are ultimately responsible for providing individual and group therapy to patients with a primary diagnosis of chemical dependency. Additional responsibilities include:

Position Duties and Responsibilities

• Utilizing knowledge of a variety of therapeutic models and theories to understand and plan intervention strategies for a variety of patients
• Monitoring patient progress and making changes to the therapeutic approach and best practice, evidenced based interventions based on patient response to treatment
• Working collaboratively with the patient and appropriate others to develop a comprehensive treatment plan that addresses priority needs of the patient, desired treatment outcomes, an agreed upon plan of action, and reassessment;
• Maintaining 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, and review.
• Coordinating and cooperating with local agencies and organizations necessary to expedite treatment for each patient.

Amazing Hours!
Our hours are earlier than many places, typically 6:00 AM to 2:30 PM, this gives our counselors more time to pursue part-time schooling and hobbies in the evenings and weekends. Hours may vary by location.

Job Requirements:

• CADC or CRM
• Excellent Verbal, non-verbal and written communication skills
• Time management & organizational skill
• Love to smile! Want to make a difference!
• Great organizational skills.

Hours:

Tuesday-Friday, 6:00 am to 2:00 pm and Saturday 6:00 am to 1:00 pm.

Please email me your resume at Ken.Dugan@acadiahealthcare.com

Best!
Job Name : CADC Counselor Medford, OR $1000 Sign-On Bonus May 24 2017 9:56 AM
Location of Job : Medford, OR
Contact Information:
Ken Dugan

Ken.Dugan@Acadiahealthcare.com
Job Description:
We are currently seeking a full-time Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor CADC for our Allied Health Services, Medford facility. Hours are Monday- Friday 5:00am - 1:30pm.


Allied Health Services, Medford Treatment Center is a comprehensive outpatient substance abuse treatment facility serving patients diagnosed with the disease of addiction. The qualified candidate will work closely in a team environment with a team of clinicians, medical personnel, and office personnel in accordance with State and Federal Regulations to provide care for our patients. We offer our patients an out-patient environment conducive to recovery from the disease of addiction, specifically to the opioid class of drugs. We offer our staff an educational environment where patient care is our top priority.

We offer a competitive benefits package to all full-time employees including Medical, Dental, Vision, 401k, Company paid group term life insurance.
Responsibilities:

Position Summary:
Under the supervision of the Clinical Supervisor, our Therapists are ultimately responsible for providing individual and group therapy to patients with a primary diagnosis of chemical dependency. Additional responsibilities include:


Position Duties and Responsibilities

•Utilizing knowledge of a variety of therapeutic models and theories to understand and plan intervention strategies for a variety of patients
•Monitoring patient progress and making changes to the therapeutic approach and best practice, evidenced based interventions based on patient response to treatment
•Working collaboratively with the patient and appropriate others to develop a comprehensive treatment plan that addresses priority needs of the patient, desired treatment outcomes, an agreed upon plan of action, and reassessment;
•Maintaining 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, and review.
•Coordinating and cooperating with local agencies and organizations necessary to expedite treatment for each patient.


Amazing Hours!

Our hours are earlier than many places, typically 6:00AM to 2:30PM, this gives our counselors more time to pursue part-time schooling and hobbies in the evenings and weekends. Hours my vary by location.


Qualifications:

• Love to smile! Want to make a difference!
• Great organizational skills.
• Must hold a CADC credential in good standing.

Job Requirements:
• 1-3 years of prior Substance Abuse Counseling experience
• Excellent Verbal, non-verbal and written communication skills
• Time management & organizational skill

Hours: Monday – Friday 5:00am to 1:30pm
Job Name : Habilitative Serivces Tech. May 24 2017 9:32 AM
Location of Job : McMinnville
Contact Information:
Amy

thorkildsona@co.yamhill.or.us
Job Description:
Habilitative Services Technician
Community Support Services
Recruitment closes May 17, 2017 at 3:00 p.m.
Postmarks are not accepted.

This is a regular part-time (19 hours/week) position to perform a variety of tasks consistent with the experience and capabilities of the individual client. As part of a multidisciplinary team, the ideal candidate will provide personal care assistance, habilitative services and support to individuals with mental health challenges living in a community setting. Duties will include assisting individuals in accessing needed resources, addressing barriers related to their mental health condition, and developing skills that promote recovery. Will maintain client records and perform other administrative tasks as required by the position and assigned by the Community Support Services supervisor.

The successful candidate will have excellent skills in organization, paperwork management, and communication – both verbally and in writing, in addition to typing and computer proficiency. The successful candidate will be dependable, organized, self-directed, detail-oriented, and possess the ability to interact with co-workers, clients, and the public in a courteous, professional manner. Must have an NPI number or be able to obtain one upon employment.

The position requires a high school diploma and one year of related work experience in providing human services. An AA degree may substitute for experience. Additionally, the successful candidate must be able to secure and maintain a driver’s license valid in the state of Oregon as driving may be required. Employees authorized to operate a private vehicle on County business are required to carry a valid driver’s license and liability insurance minimums as outlined in ORS 806.070. Must successfully complete a background check.

Salary: $14.81 – 17.22/hour. This is a non-benefitted, non-bargaining position. For more information, including how to apply, visit http://www.co.yamhill.or.us/hr
Job Name : Community Support Services Supervisor May 24 2017 9:30 AM
Location of Job : McMinnville
Contact Information:
Amy

thorkildsona@co.yamhill.or.us
Job Description:
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
Job #CS17-030
Community Support Services Supervisor
(HS Specialist III)
Community Support Services
Recruitment closes June 5th, 2017 at 3:00 p.m.
Postmarks not accepted.

This is a regular full-time position in Community Support Services to provide professional leadership as a supervisor for programs providing services for adults with severe mental health needs and co-occurring mental health and substance/alcohol use disorder challenges. The person in this position will oversee housing programs including crisis, respite, supportive, and supported housing services and supports. Duties will include providing primary clinical and administrative supervision to the Human Services staff including case load assignments, providing leadership assistance to the program manager which will involve confidential contact with staff supervised, and developing and navigating relationships with local and state partners around housing supports and services.

The successful candidate will have excellent communication skills - both verbally and in writing, typing and computer proficiency, and will be dependable, organized, self-directed, detail-oriented, and possess the ability to work in a team environment and to interact with co-workers, clients, and the public in a courteous, professional manner.

The position requires a Master’s degree or Ph.D. from an accredited school and five years’ post-graduate experience in the specialty area or ten years’ experience as a Human Services Specialist or its equivalent. In addition to experience and leadership and/or supervisory roles, a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC) credential is preferred. Any satisfactory equivalent combination of experience and training which ensures the ability to perform the work may substitute for the above. Additionally must have or be able to obtain credentials as a Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP). Must pass a criminal background check.

Salary: $4332 - $4915/month anticipated at hire, DOE. Benefits include medical, dental, vision, life insurance, health savings, paid leaves, paid holidays, PERS and deferred compensation options. For more information, including how to apply, visit http://www.co.yamhill.or.us/hr.
Job Name : Mental Health Therapist, Intensive Transition Team (Hawthorn Walk-In Center) - 579729 May 24 2017 9:17 AM
Location of Job : Hillsboro, OR, USA, 97123
Contact Information:
Human Resources

jobpost@applicantpro.com
Job Description:
LifeWorks NW's Washington County Crisis Services are expanding to include a new Mental Health Urgent Care Center. We are recruiting additional crisis response therapists for this expansion. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of this new, much needed service.

Purpose: Provide Intensive Transitional Case Management for individuals who are high risk and not currently connected to a mental health provider. Clinician works with adults, children and families experiencing a mental health crisis, recent hospitalization or having difficulty engaging in services. Services are provided primarily in the community. Conducts mental health risk assessments and triage, coordinates crisis intervention, develops short-term client centered stabilization plans, and assists with resource linkage for individuals who may need mental health services.

DAYS/HOURS: Wednesday through Saturday, 8:30 am to 7:00 pm.

Qualifications:

Master's degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or a Mental Health related field.
Bilingual (English/Spanish) fluency skills preferred
Demonstrated ability to conduct an mental health crisis assessment, including identifying precipitating events, gathering histories of mental and physical health, alcohol and other drug use, past mental health services and criminal justice contacts, assessing family, social and working relationships and conducting a mental status examination; complete a five-axis DSM diagnosis; write and supervise the implementation of an Individual Service and Support Plan; and provide individual, family and/or group therapy to address chemical dependency and/or mental health problems.
More than 1 year of experience preferred in a broad range of clinical interventions and mental health assessments with children and families or individual with severe and persistent mental illness.
Demonstrated ability to work effectively on a highly interdependent team, necessary skill sets include: initiative, dependability, flexibility and strong organizational skills.
Demonstrated ability to maintain case management in accordance with federal, state and/or funding source requirements as well as LifeWorks' policies and procedures.
Knowledge of community resources and treatment agencies enabling appropriate referrals for specific client needs.
Knowledge of medications commonly used by client population.
Good computer skills including a functional knowledge of Microsoft Outlook and Word. Ability to master proprietary software including electronic health record system. This includes the ability to enter data and retrieve data and to prepare simple reports.
Demonstrates effective communication skills and maintains a cooperative working relationship with others in a culturally diverse environment.
Requires valid driver's license and verification of safe driving record from DMV.
Ability to perform essential functions of job without creating a direct threat to the safety of self or others.

LifeWorks NW believes that diversity strengthens our workforce and empowers our community.
LifeWorks NW is an EEO/AA employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other status in accordance with law.
www.lifeworksnw.org

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For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website.

https://www.applicantpro.com/j/579729-80054
Job Name : Bilingual Early Childhood Education Specialist, Children's Relief Nursery - 579719 May 24 2017 9:15 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR, USA 97203
Contact Information:
Human Resources

jobpost@applicantpro.com
Job Description:
This is an exciting opportunity to help develop and begin a new satellite site of LifeWorks NW's Children's Relief Nursery.

PURPOSE: Responsible for developing and implementing the curriculum and related program components including; classroom and home visit planning, prevention and intervention programs for at risk children 0 - 5 and their families and ongoing assessment and case coordination. Knowledge of child development and ability to work effectively with teams including disciplines in mental health and early intervention and connecting with diverse families is required.

This position will work with English and Spanish speaking children and families.

DAYS/HOURS: Monday through Friday, 7:30 am to 4:00 pm


QUALIFICATIONS:

Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university in Early Childhood Education, Education, Health, Social Services or related field OR three years of experience in early childhood education, health social services or related field.
Bilingual fluency (English and Spanish) required. Must have cultural knowledge/experience working with the Latino community.
The ideal candidate will have experience with children and families 0-5 years old; case management and home visiting experience; classroom management experience; and knowledge of how trauma affects children and families.
Requires access to a car, a valid driver's license, proof of current automobile insurance coverage and ability to meet LifeWorks NW driving requirements.
Good computer skills including a functional knowledge of Outlook and Word. Ability to master proprietary software including electronic health record system.
Demonstrates effective communication skills and maintains a cooperative working relationship with others in a culturally diverse environment.


LifeWorks NW believes that diversity strengthens our workforce and empowers our community.
LifeWorks NW is an EEO/AA employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other status in accordance with law.
www.lifeworksnw.org


For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website.

https://www.applicantpro.com/j/579719-80054
Job Name : Staff Nurse ($1,000 Retention Bonus!) - CODA, Inc. May 24 2017 8:51 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Staff Nurses make a difference by:
•Contacting licensed medical professional (LMP) for newly admitted patients, reporting medical status and requesting individual medication orders as appropriate for program.
•Monitoring patient medical status, measuring patient vital signs and performing other routine medical procedures; maintaining up to date documentation of observations and evaluations in patient electronic medical record.
•Following protocols as established by LMP.
•Administering and reviewing PPD (Tuberculosis testing for purified protein derivative).
•Performing patient care activities within scope, according to licensed medical professional's patient care instructions, medication orders, and other established patient care orders.
•Collecting urinalysis sample, performing rapid toxicology screening, and collecting blood samples according to established policies.
•Safely dispensing medication as prescribed and continue to monitor patient for potential side effects.
•Evaluating and assessing medical stability of established patients within program expectations and professional scope, identifying any special needs or circumstances that require licensed medical professional notification.
•Recognizing and initiating appropriate response to crisis or emergency situations. Lifting patient if necessary for safety

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•Current, unencumbered Oregon Registered Nurse (RN) or Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) licensure. Completion of an accredited nursing education program that includes at least 500 hours of direct patient contact.
•Practical training in phlebotomy.
•Current Oregon or Washington driver's license.
•Crisis prevention certification (such as CPI) within six months of hire.
•Basic Life Support (BLS) certification or ability to acquire within one month of hire

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1334

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Certified Medical Assistant - CODA, Inc. May 24 2017 8:18 AM
Location of Job : Portland Metro Area
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Certified Medical Assistants make a difference by:
•Preparing patients for examination by Licensed Medical Professional by performing vital signs, medication reconciliation, EKGs, phlebotomy as indicated, and giving patients medical history forms. Assist patients filling out medical history forms if they are unable to complete by themselves.
•Scheduling appointments by making arrangements with the program facility, verifying times with patients, preparing charts, pre-admission and consent forms.
•Coordinating care in the form of requesting of records, communicating progress, acting as liaison between internal and external influences, gathering of information, and preparing reports.
•Assisting medical staff in monitoring patient medical status, measuring patient vital signs, and performing other routine medical procedures as direct by LMP; maintain up to date documentation of observations and evaluations in patient electronic medical record.
•Administering injectable medication as delegated by LMP, monitor progress and side effects.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•High school diploma or GED certificate.
•Minimum two years of experience in an ambulatory care outpatient, primary care, or urgent care environment and with an ongoing patient panel.
•CMA Certification and/or completion of coursework needed to attain the required licensure for this position.
•Ability to perform blood draws.
•Ability to travel to various sites as needed.

Apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1291

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Counselor May 24 2017 8:13 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Nicole Triplett

Nicole.R.Triplett@doc.state.or.us
Job Description:
JOB POSTING ANNOUNCEMENT
Position Title: Counselor
Department: Columbia River Correctional Institution
Location: Portland, OR
Salary: $20-$21/hr DOE

Person in this position will be responsible for day-to-day assessment and treatment program functions, and flow of program activities. Essential job functions include those listed below. Other duties may be assigned as needed.
Essential Job Functions:
• Responsible for managing a caseload of clients; providing individual counseling, assessment, treatment planning, release/transition planning, coordinate with ODOC staff, attend weekly staff meetings, document all client progress.
• Facilitate multiple treatment groups weekly;
• Participate in monthly quality assurance file reviews as assigned by Program Director;
• Complete all all intakes, clinical documentation, discharge summaries, Community Re-entry Checklist, continued care plans, and all other required documentation in a timely manner;
• Comply with 42 CFR part 2, and 45 CFR (HIPAA) regulations and other Federal, State and local policies, rules, and standards regarding the protection of paper and computer-based information and its transfer WestCare and any other program;
• Fill in for other counselors during times they may be unavailable due to illness, training etc.;
• Provide daily, weekly and monthly client reports as requested;
• Role model ethical and professional behaviors and standards;
• Attend all staff and joint WestCare/ODOC meetings ass assigned;
• Engage in on-going professional development;
• Embrace and embody the mission, vision, guiding principles, clinical vision and goals of WestCare Foundation, and
• Perform other duties as assigned.

Essential Qualifications:
• One (1) year TC experience (preferred);
• Three (3) years counseling experience (preferred);
• Knowledge of Evidence-Based curriculums used within a corrections setting;
• Knowledge of community based housing and resources for corrections clients;
• Must be capable of obtaining and interpreting information regarding the inmate’s bio-psychosocial spiritual needs, and is knowledgeable about the bio-psychosocial spiritual dimensions of alcohol and other drug disorders, including assessment of the inmate’s stage of change;
• Must possess knowledge of chemical dependency, substance abuse and personality dynamics of the substance abuser including knowledge of cultural and criminal sub-cultures;
• Must possess strong boundaries;
• Must possess knowledge of cognitive behavioral approach to treatment/care/services
• Must possess excellent documentation and communication skills;
• Must have ability to obtain prison clearance;
• CPR certification, First Aid Certification and an annual tuberculosis test.

Education/Certification:
• Current CADC II certification.
• Bachelor’s Degree in social science related field preferred.
• Moral Reconation Therapy group facilitator certification strongly requested.

Working Conditions:
• Work is primarily performed in an in-prison treatment setting.
Job Name : Counselor A&D ($1,000 Retention Bonus) - CODA, Inc. May 24 2017 7:28 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Counselor A&D make a difference by:
•Carrying a caseload of clients and engage in treatment planning using a strength-based and motivational approach.
•Planning and implement client interventions.
•Providing individual and group counseling per productivity standards.
•Monitoring and track client progress; implement outreach efforts to maintain client's engagement in the treatment process.
•Providing resource information and referral to clients.
•Providing coordination of care with community partners and adjunct service providers.
•May coordinate services such as insurance re-authorization or attend community meetings as directed.
•Providing timely and accurate clinical documentation including progress summaries and session notes in compliance with agency and regulatory standards.
•Adhering to regulatory requirements and maintain professional, ethical, and behavioral standards of conduct, especially during critical periods

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
• Education and/or training in drug and alcohol addictions programs
• Relevant experience with addictions and/or mental health responsibilities
• CADC-1 certification or the ability to become certified within 6 months of hire.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills with the ability to articulate clinical concepts and program outcomes

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1272

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Certified A&D Counselor ($1,000 Retention Bonus!) - CODA, Inc. May 24 2017 6:57 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselors make a difference by:
• Providing clinical services to individuals diagnosed with substance use disorders or co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders as indicated in the individual's treatment plan.
• Conducting substance use treatment intakes and assessments, and determine medical necessity for substance use treatment including screening for detoxification needs, providing diagnostic evaluation of substance use disorders, and evaluating placement within ASAM criteria.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•At least 2 years of experience in a similar or closely related role.
•Bachelor's Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Criminal Justice, or closely related area of study and an additional 3 years of experience in a related role (5 years total).
• CADC I, II, & III certifications accepted.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1265

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Substance Use Dependency Professional - Outpatient - Posting #17-016 May 24 2017 6:14 AM
Location of Job : Vancouver, WA
Contact Information:
Jessica Hall

employment@lifelineconnections.org
Job Description:
Agency Background:

Lifeline Connections is recognized as a leading behavioral health treatment provider in Southwest Washington, offering multiple mental health services. Lifeline clients receive an unprecedented level of care by highly skilled professionals who know how to help people find long-term recovery. Lifeline's goal is to meet a chronic and desperate need for mental health and addiction treatment services. Lifeline has a vision of creating the best addiction treatment and rehabilitation possible in a way that is affordable to the greatest number of people. Over the past fifty years the executive management team and board of directors of Lifeline have remained committed to our passion and vision.

Substance Use Dependency Professional - Outpatient - Posting #17-016

The SUDP(T) provides counseling and case management services for outpatient clients. The SUDP(T) supports daily management of treatment activities, in providing these services; the incumbent performs the following duties independently:
• Collaborates with the supervisory staff and Program Director, other senior staff members, and other counselors in building and maintaining an engaging treatment environment that motivates clients to focus on problematic behaviors, and teaches clients more productive coping strategies;
• Assesses the psychosocial functioning of assigned clients and develops individualized treatment plans;
• Apprises team members of specific treatment plans and intervention strategies so that therapeutic consistency can be maintained;
• Leads treatment groups according to agency treatment guidelines;
• Develops discharge/aftercare plans and makes appropriate referrals for follow-up care;
• Documents relevant clinical information including treatment plans, treatment reviews, progress notes, and discharge summaries;
• Provides crisis intervention services, information, and referrals to clients and their family;
• Provides motivational counseling to collaterals to encourage participation in family support programs;
• Teaches specialized treatment concepts to client groups according to agency treatment schedule;
• Trains junior staff, trainees, and students in didactic presentations;
• Provides complete and accurate written and oral formats regarding the course of treatment to families, referral sources, and legal representatives;
• Recommends and participates in the development, design and documentation of policies, procedures, and activities for the agency;
• Conducts alcohol/drug assessments pursuant to WAC 388-877, or its successor;
• Assumes responsibility for unit management in the absence of supervisory staff;
• Other duties as assigned.

Position Requirements:

• Must possess a valid Washington State Department of Health CDP credential (CDP preferred, minimum of CDPT required) at time of hire;
• Knowledgeable in a wide variety of therapeutic approaches and ability to set and maintain therapeutic limits;
• Capable of functioning autonomously while maintaining continuous communication with other staff members;
• Knowledge of the stages of human personality development including cultural, social, and psychological factors affecting individuals and families involved with chemical use;
• Knowledge of the various theories, forms, stages, and manifestations of addictive behavior, awareness of socio-cultural barriers to change, and an in-depth knowledge of alternative coping mechanisms to replace the use of chemicals;
• An in-depth understanding of the theory and practice of individual and group treatment to facilitate client self examination, expression of feelings, insight development, problem solving, and motivation to develop a chemically free lifestyle;
• Ability to instruct other Chemical Dependency Professional trainees in treatment planning, clinical teamwork, clinical record keeping, and counseling skills, in accordance with agency and DBHR established procedures;
• Must be able to effectively use Microsoft Office Suite;
• Excellent attendance and a self-starter;
• Ability to communicate clearly verbally and written;
• Works well with others.

Salary: DOE

* A sign-On Bonus is offered for this position!

Application Process:
Submit a cover letter and resume to Human Resources. We will only accept resumes with a cover letter specifying the position title and posting number of the position you are applying for. For more information on this and other positions, please visit our website at www.lifelineconnections.org

The Benefits:

Lifeline Connections is striving to be your employer of choice by offering our regular/full time employees a generous benefits package. The plan covers over 75% of medical, dental, and vision costs for the employee and all dependents. We also have employer paid Short Term Disability, Long Term Disability, Life Insurance and a 401(K) plan that matches dollar for dollar up to 3%. On top of all that, our employees receive 4 weeks paid time off during their first year of employment (accrual rates increase with years of service) and 11 paid holidays per year!

Send us your resume and let's talk about you joining our team!
Job Name : Mental Health/Addictions Counselor, QMHP/CADC May 23 2017 14:00 PM
Location of Job : Portland
Contact Information:
Ryan Bennett

ryan.bennett@ccconcern.org
Job Description:
Central City Concern is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide comprehensive solutions to ending homelessness and achieving self-sufficiency. CCC provides many services, such as addiction treatment, employment, housing, mental health, primary care, and other related culturally specific services, to a diverse population. As an agency deeply rooted in recovery we have a keen interest in promoting and maintaining a Drug & Alcohol-Free Workplace. As part of our policy and commitment to a drug and alcohol-free workplace we conduct post-offer, pre-employment drug screens.

TITLE: Mental Health/Addictions Counselor, QMHP/CADC
DEPARTMENT: Old Town Recovery Center-Bud Clark Commons Case Management
SCHEDULE: Monday-Friday 8:30am-5pm
SALARY: $47,500-$54,625 DOE

SUMMARY: The Mental Health & Addictions Counselor provides clinical and support to the residents of the Bud Clark Commons (BCC). The BCC Case Management Team provides and coordinates a wide range of supportive and therapeutic mental health and addictions services for adults with physical illness, severe mental illnesses and substance use issues who are living in the BCC. The team works to address all treatment needs, including crisis management, substance use disorder services, medication management, physical health treatment, mental health treatment, accessing benefits and entitlements as well as supporting both long term and short term housing goals. A significant part of the services provided will be in strengthening current supports or making connections to longer-term supports including primary care, mental health and SUD treatment.
Client assessment for residence in this facility is completed by partner health clinics who complete vulnerability assessments of candidates who are selected on a most in need/vulnerable basis. Most of the clients are impacted by tri-morbidity, (mental illness, additions, and chronic physical health conditions) and their conditions may have gone untreated for many years. They are often pre-contemplative about caring for their personal and health needs. The Mental Health & Addictions Counselor is responsible for the case management of these individuals needs in all three areas. The contract with Home Forward requires services be provided to all 130 residents of the Bud Clark Commons. The Lead Mental Health & Addictions Counselor must attempt to engage reluctant clients, whose conditions have not been assessed, have no treatment plan, do not want assistance, and decline to enroll in mental health services.
The team works in close collaboration with BCC staff and receives direct supervision from the Lead Mental Health & Addictions Counselor with additional support from the Program Manager of Acute Services at the Old Town Recovery Center. This position involves participation and implementation of program goals and objectives to promote a strengths-based, client centered approach to assisting residents in achieving individual goals and ultimately increasing resident's self-sufficiency in a variety of life domains.

MINIMIUM QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Master's degree in a human services field and one year experience in mental health. Experience with severe and persistent mental illness (SPMI) preferred. Must meet State guidelines for QMHP.
2. Must be credentialed as a CADC or able to meet credentialing requirements within 6 months of hire.
3. Must become a certified Director's Custody designee in Multnomah County within the first 6 months of hire.
4. Has the competencies necessary to:
a. Identify precipitating events;
b. Gather histories of mental, emotional and physical disabilities, alcohol and drug use, past mental health services and criminal justice contacts;
c. Assess family, social and work relationships
d. Conduct a mental status assessment
e. Document a DSM diagnosis
f. Write and implement or supervise implementation of a treatment plan
g. Conduct and document a mental health assessment
h. Provide mental health treatment and rehabilitative services within ones scope of practice
5. Minimum certification of CADC I required or the ability to obtain within 6 months of hire. Mental Health Counselors supervising students must be CADC II.
6. Must meet CCC privileging requirements as required by FTCA.
7. Must become a certified Director's Custody designee in Multnomah County within the first 6 months of hire.
8. If in recovery, must be able to document continuous abstinence under independent living conditions or recovery housing for the immediate past two years.
9. Will be required to carry an agency cell phone for work use. Cell phone will be provided by Central City Concern.
10. If using a vehicle for agency use: Must possess a current driver's license, access to a vehicle, qualify as an Acceptable Driver as designated in Central City Concern's Fleet Safety policy; pass an initial drivers training within 60 days of being an approved driver and continued recertification training; and maintain vehicle insurance coverage of a minimum of $100,000/$300,000 personal auto liability coverage.
11. Must pass a pre-employment drug screen, TB Test, and background check. This includes clearance by the DHS Background Check Unit.
12. Physical ability to bend, stoop, kneel, squat, twist, reach, pull and lift heavy objects.
13. Must be able to climb stairs several times a day.
14. Must adhere to agency's non-discrimination policies.
15. Ability to effectively interact with co-workers and clients with diverse ethnic backgrounds, religious views, political affiliation, cultural backgrounds, life-styles and sexual orientations, and treat individuals with respect and dignity.

HOW TO APPLY:
To view the full job description and apply visit:
www.centralcityconcern.org/jobs

***Applicants must upload a cover letter and resume to their application in order to be considered for this opportunity.***

CCC is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER and does not discriminate against applicants on the basis of race, gender, protected veteran's status, disability, or any other protected class. Applicants seeking reasonable accommodation can contact the Human Resources department at 503-294-1681.
Job Name : Intake Specialist ($1,000 Retention Bonus) - CODA, Inc. May 23 2017 13:51 PM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Intake Specialist make a difference by:
• Conducting intakes, this includes gathering substance use history and evaluating whether all admission criteria have been met.
• Establishing rapport with prospective patients.
• Assessing the patient's mental and emotional state of mind and determine readiness for treatment and change.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•A minimum of 2 years' experience in a similar or closely related role.
•Master's Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Criminal Justice, or closely related area of study OR Bachelor's Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Criminal Justice or closely related area of study and an additional 1 years' experience in a related role.
•CADC I Certification

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1348

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Residential Counselor Mental Health ($1,000 Rentention Bonus!) May 23 2017 13:02 PM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Residential Counselors make a difference by:
• Providing counseling and behavior management in our residential treatment program using a positive and proactive approach,
• Monitoring and tracking patient progress.
• Implementing outreach efforts to maintain patient's engagement in treatment process.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•Bachelor's Degree in a related human services field OR a combination of 3 years related work, education, and training.
•Ability to work independently and have strong oral communications skills.
•Meet the requirements of a QMHA.
•Oregon or Washington Driver's License.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1351

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Urinalysis Technician ($1,000 Retention Bonus) - CODA, INC. May 23 2017 12:38 PM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Urinalysis Technicians makes a difference by:
•Providing a high level of professional service by demonstrating respect for patients' privacy and safety, creating an atmosphere of dignity.
• Performing urine toxicology specimen retrieval, following protocols for testing same or different genders, organizing workflow to ensure efficient and accurate testing, and assuring chain of custody compliance prior to submission for testing.
• Organize workflow to ensure efficient and accurate testing. Assure chain of custody compliance prior to submission for testing.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
• High school diploma or GED.
• Medical technology education or experience as medical or lab technician.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1350

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Program Supervisor May 23 2017 11:30 AM
Location of Job : Portland
Contact Information:
Priscilla Arnett

priscilla.arnett@ccconcern.org
Job Description:
Central City Concern is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide comprehensive solutions to ending homelessness and achieving self-sufficiency. CCC provides many services, such as addiction treatment, employment, housing, mental health, primary care, and other related culturally specific services, to a diverse population. As an agency deeply rooted in recovery we have a keen interest in promoting and maintaining a Drug & Alcohol-Free Workplace. As part of our policy and commitment to a drug and alcohol-free workplace, we conduct post-offer, pre-employment drug screens.

***Applicants must upload a cover letter and resume to their application in order to be considered for this opportunity.***


TITLE: Program Supervisor
DEPARTMENT: LEAD ®
REPORTS TO: Director of Intensive Substance Use Disorder Services
HOURS: Tuesday-Friday, 10:00am-8:00pm
SALARY: $22.09-$25.41/Per hour


SUMMARY: The LEAD (Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion) Program Supervisor is responsible for the day to day supervision and coordination of the LEAD team. The LEAD Program Supervisor oversees a multi-disciplinary team that provides comprehensive assessments, individual goal planning, street outreach, intensive case management, peer services, and service brokerage. The LEAD team coordinates with community resources to provide access to address varying client needs, including crisis management, substance abuse treatment, medication management, physical health treatment, mental health treatment, accessing benefits and entitlements, accessing affordable housing, accessing employment and educational opportunities, and accessing supports for basic needs.
The LEAD Program Supervisor is responsible for ensuring the LEAD team remains an active collaborative member of bimonthly Operational Team meetings with partner agencies. As such, this position must ensure effective and efficient communication and collaboration between all the partners involved in referring and receiving referrals for LEAD.
This position requires a flexibility of hours, independent decision-making, program planning, budgetary compliance, staff supervision, quality management, and being a liaison with numerous outside agencies. The Program Supervisor is directly responsible for the supervision of the Screening and Outreach Coordinator and Case Managers.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
1. CADC II or above required.
2. Master's degree in a human services field and two years experience in behavioral health and meet State ISSR guidelines for QMHP preferred.
3. Have the competencies necessary to:
a. Identify precipitating events;
b. Gather histories of mental, emotional and physical disabilities, alcohol and drug use, past mental health services and criminal justice contacts;
c. Assess family, social and work relationships
d. Conduct a risk assessment.
e. Understand treatment and service terminology and able to apply these concepts.
f. Conduct assessments and develop service plans.
g. Provide psychosocial skills development; and
h. Implement interventions and brokerage services prescribed on a service plan.
4. Minimum two years supervisory experience.
5. Must meet CCC privileging requirements as required by FTCA.
6. Must embrace the mission and philosophy of harm reduction and client-centered treatment.
7. Must pass a pre-employment drug screen, TB test, and background check. 8. The OAR prohibits A&D program staff from having within the previous 3 years a DUI conviction or diversion, a felony conviction, or a conviction under the Uniform Controlled Substances Act.
9. If in recovery, must be able to document continuous abstinence under independent living conditions or recovery housing for the immediate past two years.
10. Must possess a current driver's license, access to a vehicle, qualify as an Acceptable Driver as designated in Central City Concern's Fleet Safety policy. Must pass an initial drivers training within 60 days of being an approved driver and continued recertification training
11. Required to be available for after-hours pager and holiday coverage rotation.
12. Must adhere to agency nondiscrimination policies.
13. Ability to effectively interact with co-workers and clients with diverse ethnic backgrounds, religious views, political affiliations, cultural backgrounds, lifestyles, and sexual orientations and treat each individual with respect and dignity.

HOW TO APPLY:
To view the full job description and apply visit:
www.centralcityconcern.org/jobs

***Applicants must upload a cover letter and resume to their application in order to be considered for this opportunity.***

CCC is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER and does not discriminate against applicants on the basis of race, gender, protected veteran's status, disability, or any other protected class. Applicants seeking reasonable accommodation can contact the Human Resources department at 503-294-1681.
Job Name : Counselor May 23 2017 9:53 AM
Location of Job : Portland-Oregon
Contact Information:
Nicole Triplett

Nicole.R.Triplett@doc.state.or.us
Job Description:
JOB POSTING ANNOUNCEMENT
Position Title: Counselor
Department: Columbia River Correctional Institution- WestCare
Location: Portland, OR

Person in this position will be responsible for day-to-day assessment and treatment program functions, and flow of program activities. Essential job functions include those listed below. Other duties may be assigned as needed.
Essential Job Functions:
• Responsible for managing a caseload of clients; providing individual counseling, assessment, treatment planning, release/transition planning, coordinate with ODOC staff, attend weekly staff meetings, document all client progress.
• Facilitate multiple treatment groups weekly;
• Participate in monthly quality assurance file reviews as assigned by Program Director;
• Complete all all intakes, clinical documentation, discharge summaries, Community Re-entry Checklist, continued care plans, and all other required documentation in a timely manner;
• Comply with 42 CFR part 2, and 45 CFR (HIPAA) regulations and other Federal, State and local policies, rules, and standards regarding the protection of paper and computer-based information and its transfer WestCare and any other program;
• Fill in for other counselors during times they may be unavailable due to illness, training etc.;
• Provide daily, weekly and monthly client reports as requested;
• Role model ethical and professional behaviors and standards;
• Attend all staff and joint WestCare/ODOC meetings ass assigned;
• Engage in on-going professional development;
• Embrace and embody the mission, vision, guiding principles, clinical vision and goals of WestCare Foundation, and
• Perform other duties as assigned.

Essential Qualifications:
• One (1) year TC experience (preferred);
• Three (3) years counseling experience (preferred);
• Knowledge of Evidence-Based curriculums used within a corrections setting;
• Knowledge of community based housing and resources for corrections clients;
• Must be capable of obtaining and interpreting information regarding the inmate’s bio-psychosocial spiritual needs, and is knowledgeable about the bio-psychosocial spiritual dimensions of alcohol and other drug disorders, including assessment of the inmate’s stage of change;
• Must possess knowledge of chemical dependency, substance abuse and personality dynamics of the substance abuser including knowledge of cultural and criminal sub-cultures;
• Must possess strong boundaries;
• Must possess knowledge of cognitive behavioral approach to treatment/care/services
• Must possess excellent documentation and communication skills;
• Must have ability to obtain prison clearance;
• CPR certification, First Aid Certification and an annual tuberculosis test.

Education/Certification:
• Current CADC II certification.
• Bachelor’s Degree in social science related field preferred.
• Moral Reconation Therapy group facilitator certification strongly requested.

Working Conditions:
• Work is primarily performed in an in-prison treatment setting.
Job Name : CLINCIAL SUPERVISOR May 23 2017 9:45 AM
Location of Job : THE DALLES
Contact Information:
HUMAN RESOURCE OFFICE

hr@mccfl.org
Job Description:
THE POSITION: The Clinical Supervisor is responsible for managing individual program segments within a larger program, and for providing supervisory leadership to staff in the delivery of program services. This position assures that staff meet all requirements for clinical and program standards as prescribed by the agency, state or other governing body; it evaluates staff competence and training needs while providing professional instruction and guidance, and it conducts annual performance evaluations, resolves conflict as appropriate and provides positive leadership. The Clinical Supervisor works as part of a team and approaches work with clients and staff from a trauma-informed, strength-based perspective, and it works collaboratively with a variety of community and internal stakeholders to ensure the best possible treatment for clients. With the high prevalence of trauma among individuals receiving mental health services, the Clinical Supervisor is required to understand the effects of trauma on health, relationships, coping and other aspects of the lives of those we serve.

THE OPPORTUNITY: The Clinical Supervisor will ensure that service delivery and team functions are being carried out in an effective, professional and trauma-informed manner that are in keeping with the mission and vision of MCCFL. Manage staff schedule to ensure adequate coverage, effective and efficient utilization of resources and ease of access to services. Consult with manager to develop systemic plans for optimal coverage. Provide direct supervision to assigned staff. Train and coach staff; provide professional consultation; monitor caseloads. Collaborate with manager in the development of job descriptions. Interview and recommend applicants for hire. Manage staff performance including performance evaluation, skill development, and corrective action. Provide individual supervision to each staff member in assigned program. Facilitate team meetings; provide in-service training; encourage ongoing training of staff. Collaborate with other MCCFL programs to incorporate relevant intra-agency information into supervision. Review and evaluate assessments, treatment plans, diagnosis reviews and progress notes in accordance with State standards; recommend resource allocation to ensure delivery of quality treatment services; provide guidance and support in the use electronic medical records systems; assist in quality assurance/improvement functions within the team. May administer intelligence, psychological and other behavioral tests within scope of professional qualifications, as assigned. May interpret results of clinical evaluations for community agencies and/or apply results to individual guidance. Provide feedback on general program operations in order for Clinical Manager to work on program, policy and procedure development to satisfy needs of clients and community partners. Provide behavioral health consultation services to other community agencies and professionals, such as schools, State, County or local health organizations, Courts, law enforcement agencies, attorneys, medical professionals and clergy. Participate in required, clinically relevant, meetings and committees that may include Systems Integration, All-Staff Meetings, Clinical Planning and Supervisory Team; may participate in other committees as it relates to program services. Participate in rotating, on-call crisis services supervisory role for up to one-week periods, including telephone consultation, crisis intervention, community collaboration and screening. Adhere to mandatory abuse reporting laws and HIPAA requirements; understand and abide by federal regulation of Alcohol and Drug information, 42CFR Part 2 and HIPAA regulations for client confidentiality.

Hiring Bonus may apply.

BASIC JOB SPECIFICATIONS: This position requires incumbents to be certified as a Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP) under Oregon Administrative Rules. Any combination of education and experience that demonstrates the ability to meet that requirement and perform the position’s essential responsibilities is qualifying. This might typically include: Master’s degree in psychology, social work, counseling, or related field and appropriate state license or certification (if required) AND three (3) years’ professional experience in behavioral health counseling AND One (1) year of experience providing supervision to other clinical professionals. Professional licensure in the State of Oregon as an LCSW or LPC, or ability to obtain licensure within two (2) years of hire. Incumbent must obtain certification from the Department of Human Services as a Mental Health Investigator and Mental Health Examiner. Incumbent must keep certification current and in good standing. Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor 1 is strongly preferred. Bilingual fluency Spanish/English is preferred. Must possess a valid Oregon or Washington Driver's License, maintain an acceptable driving record and be insurable for client service purposes and for travel between business office for meetings and/or trainings. (An alternate source of reliable transportation may suffice.) Must pass all criminal history check requirements as required by ORS 181.536-181.537 and in accordance with OAR 407-007-0200 to 407-007-0370. Ability to respond outside of regular office hours as assigned; ability to carry after-hours telephone.

MCCFL is an EEO/ADA employer. For a complete list of specifications, job duties and other pertinent information, please select the link to the fill job description at right.
Job Name : Male Recovery Mentor May 23 2017 9:44 AM
Location of Job : Multnomah County
Contact Information:
Multnomah County Program Manager

bridgesmentorjobs@bridgestochange.com
Job Description:
To apply, email your resume and cover letter to bridgesmentorjobs@bridgestochange.com and reference the job title in the subject line.

JOB TITLE: Male Recovery Mentor

REPORTS TO: County Program Manager

Founded in 2004, Bridges to Change is a Mission driven agency with a focus on addictions recovery both in the clients we serve and in providing meaningful employment for individuals in recovery. Bridges to Change partners with four counties and community organizations to serve people in need of housing, mentors, and treatment.

JOB SUMMARY:
This full-time Recovery Mentor position is gender-specific. The mentor will be part of the Bridges to Change Multnomah County Team. The mentor will be providing peer recovery support to men who have substance abuse disorders and/or have been recently released from custody. Working in close partnership with Probation and Parole Officers, community partners and onsite recovery home case managers, the Recovery Mentor acts as a peer role model and documents the progress for each client. The Recovery Mentor assists men in engaging in addiction recovery activities and developing recovery support in various communities.

SUMMARY DUTIES & EXPECTATIONS
Act as a role model for mentees.
Participate in weekly supervisions and meetings as assigned.
Maintain accurate and timely reports.
Facilitate classes and skills groups as assigned.
Perform random and as-needed urine drug screenings.
Keep administrative staff informed of any task you are performing outside the scope of your job description.
Abides by policies and procedures, confidentiality laws, professional boundaries, and peer support principles.
Attend various models of community support activities with mentees.
Connect mentees to various models of recovery support, community resources and help them to develop a support network.
Assess for needs and develop transition plans.
Transport mentees as needed and help them develop self-sufficiency.
Help mentees develop full time employment and housing as needed.
Work forty hours weekly.
Interact well with staff and clients.

REQUIREMENTS:
A passion for the mission of Bridges to Change.
A working knowledge of the professional role of recovery mentor.
Familiarity with Oregon corrections and probation and parole systems.
Past experience being on probation or parole.
GED/ High School Diploma required. Associates degree or equivalent job experience preferred.
Certified in a Oregon State Mental Health and Addictions approved training as a Certified Recovery Mentor within 90 days of hire.
Openly identifies as one in recovery who is willing to be a role model with personal experience of using addiction recovery support and mental health services.
Free of any type of supervision for criminal activity of any kind, in any state for 1 year minimum.
Excellent communication and conflict resolution skills.
Ability to work and thrive in dynamic environments and under pressure.
Ability to maintain high professional standards at all times with client, staff, and community partners.
Ability to hold others accountable with compassion.
Ability to adapt in order to offer trauma-informed care to mentees.
Experience setting and maintaining clear boundaries.
Familiarity with various resources.
Able to introduce mentees to various models of recovery.
Maintain some form of a personal recovery support program in order to be able to articulate and role model for mentees.
As a peer in recovery, mentor must be able to document more than two years continuous clean and sober time with a verifiable program of recovery.
Basic computer skills including Word, Excel, Outlook.

WORKING CONDITIONS
Evenings, weekends, and travel may be required for this position.
The ability to lift, carry or otherwise move objects of up to 25 pounds on a regular basis.
The ability to occasionally lift, carry or otherwise move objects of up to up to 50 pounds.
Must have a current and valid driver’s license.
Requires the use of a personal vehicle to provide transportation for mentees.

DISCLAIMER
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.
Job Name : Male Recovery Mentor May 23 2017 9:44 AM
Location of Job : Multnomah County
Contact Information:
Multnomah County Program Manager

bridgesmentorjobs@bridgestochange.com
Job Description:
To apply, email your resume and cover letter to bridgesmentorjobs@bridgestochange.com and reference the job title in the subject line.

JOB TITLE: Male Recovery Mentor

REPORTS TO: County Program Manager

Founded in 2004, Bridges to Change is a Mission driven agency with a focus on addictions recovery both in the clients we serve and in providing meaningful employment for individuals in recovery. Bridges to Change partners with four counties and community organizations to serve people in need of housing, mentors, and treatment.

JOB SUMMARY:
This full-time Recovery Mentor position is gender-specific. The mentor will be part of the Bridges to Change Multnomah County Team. The mentor will be providing peer recovery support to men who have substance abuse disorders and/or have been recently released from custody. Working in close partnership with Probation and Parole Officers, community partners and onsite recovery home case managers, the Recovery Mentor acts as a peer role model and documents the progress for each client. The Recovery Mentor assists men in engaging in addiction recovery activities and developing recovery support in various communities.

SUMMARY DUTIES & EXPECTATIONS
Act as a role model for mentees.
Participate in weekly supervisions and meetings as assigned.
Maintain accurate and timely reports.
Facilitate classes and skills groups as assigned.
Perform random and as-needed urine drug screenings.
Keep administrative staff informed of any task you are performing outside the scope of your job description.
Abides by policies and procedures, confidentiality laws, professional boundaries, and peer support principles.
Attend various models of community support activities with mentees.
Connect mentees to various models of recovery support, community resources and help them to develop a support network.
Assess for needs and develop transition plans.
Transport mentees as needed and help them develop self-sufficiency.
Help mentees develop full time employment and housing as needed.
Work forty hours weekly.
Interact well with staff and clients.

REQUIREMENTS:
A passion for the mission of Bridges to Change.
A working knowledge of the professional role of recovery mentor.
Familiarity with Oregon corrections and probation and parole systems.
Past experience being on probation or parole.
GED/ High School Diploma required. Associates degree or equivalent job experience preferred.
Certified in a Oregon State Mental Health and Addictions approved training as a Certified Recovery Mentor within 90 days of hire.
Openly identifies as one in recovery who is willing to be a role model with personal experience of using addiction recovery support and mental health services.
Free of any type of supervision for criminal activity of any kind, in any state for 1 year minimum.
Excellent communication and conflict resolution skills.
Ability to work and thrive in dynamic environments and under pressure.
Ability to maintain high professional standards at all times with client, staff, and community partners.
Ability to hold others accountable with compassion.
Ability to adapt in order to offer trauma-informed care to mentees.
Experience setting and maintaining clear boundaries.
Familiarity with various resources.
Able to introduce mentees to various models of recovery.
Maintain some form of a personal recovery support program in order to be able to articulate and role model for mentees.
As a peer in recovery, mentor must be able to document more than two years continuous clean and sober time with a verifiable program of recovery.
Basic computer skills including Word, Excel, Outlook.

WORKING CONDITIONS
Evenings, weekends, and travel may be required for this position.
The ability to lift, carry or otherwise move objects of up to 25 pounds on a regular basis.
The ability to occasionally lift, carry or otherwise move objects of up to up to 50 pounds.
Must have a current and valid driver’s license.
Requires the use of a personal vehicle to provide transportation for mentees.

DISCLAIMER
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.
Job Name : Female Recovery Mentor May 23 2017 9:43 AM
Location of Job : Multnomah County
Contact Information:
Clinical Supervisor

bridgesmentorjobs@bridgestochange.com
Job Description:
Please send resume and cover letter to fpena@bridgestochange.com and reference the job title in the subject line.

JOB TITLE: Female IOP Recovery Mentor- Temporary Full-time

REPORTS TO: Clinical Supervisor

LOCATION: Multnomah County

Hourly, Non-Exempt

JOB SUMMARY:
This Recovery Mentor position is temporary and gender-specific. The recovery mentor will support women who have substance abuse and mental health disorders and are enrolled in intensive outpatient treatment services. Working closely with community partners and onsite case managers, the Recovery Mentor acts as a role model and documents the progress for each client. The Recovery Mentor assists women in engaging in addiction recovery activities and developing mental health recovery support in various communities. This temporary assignment is expected to last 2-3 months.

SUMMARY DUTIES & EXPECTATIONS:
Ability to maintain high professional standards at all times with client, staff, and community partners.
Act as a role model for mentees.
Participate in weekly staff meetings.
Maintain accurate and timely reports.
Facilitate classes and groups as assigned.
Keep administrative staff informed of any task you are performing outside the scope of your job description.
Attend recovery related meetings with mentees as assigned during business hours.
Connect mentees to other community resources.
Transport clients to recovery meetings and help them to develop a support network.
Help clients build a recovery program.
Help clients develop full time employment, and housing if needed.
Work forty hours weekly.
Interact well with staff and clients.
Complete daily progress notes in electronic medical records system.
Work in a friendly, collaborative manner with BTC program partners.
Serve as a contact person in the community for the BTC Program.
Abide by agency policies and procedures and all relevant state and federal treatment regulations and standards.
Attend and actively participate in individual and group supervision, daily contact meetings with the treatment team, weekly BTC staffing’s and other meetings as assigned by the Director of Treatment services.
Maintain current certifications; participate in required training as needed.
Participate with team members (clinical, administrative and BTC) in a manner that contributes to healthy team functioning.
Other duties as assigned by the Clinical Supervisor.

REQUIREMENTS:
GED/High School Diploma; Associates Degree or equivalent experience preferred
CRM Certification
Past experience being in treatment and familiarity with substance use disorder treatment
Free of any type of supervision, in any state.
Excellent communication and conflict resolution skills
Computer literate: functional ability with Microsoft office; experience with electronic medical records system preferred

WORKING CONDITIONS:
Evenings, weekends, and travel are required for this position.
The ability to lift, carry or otherwise move objects of up to 25 pounds on a regular basis, and occasionally up to 50 pounds is also necessary.
Must have a current and valid driver’s license.
Requires the use of a personal vehicle to provide transportation for clients

DISCLAIMER
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.
Job Name : Female Onsite House Manager/Case Manager II May 23 2017 9:34 AM
Location of Job : SE Portland
Contact Information:
Special Programs Manager

shannon@bridgestochange.com
Job Description:
Send resume and cover letter to shannon@bridgestochange.com.

JOB TITLE: On-Site Case Manager/House Manager II

REPORTS TO: Special Programs Manager

LOCATION: SE Portland

Founded in 2004, Bridges to Change is a Mission driven agency with a focus on addictions recovery both in the clients we serve and in providing meaningful employment for individuals in recovery. In partnership with county and other community organizations, Bridges to Change serves individuals and families experiencing homelessness, addictions, mental health and poverty in the Portland Tri-County region.

JOB SUMMARY
This recruitment is for a gender specific position working with women. In collaboration with BTC staff and other community partners, this position will work directly with women in mental health and addiction stabilization housing program. This position requires the ability to live on site and have flexible work hours.

SUMMARY DUTIES & EXPECTATIONS
Maintain a healthy, alcohol/drug free environment
Establish a positive relationship withresidents, with mutual trust and respect
Have the ability to interact with people from diverse backgrounds
Maintain regular interaction, offer Act as a guide, advocate and role model for residents
Have the ability to identify and solve problems, to formulate ideas and come up with creative solutionsboth independently and
Work as a household to maintain property and grounds
Give random, observedgender specific UA’s as needed or necessary
Post and rotate chores for household
Conduct weekly house meetings to build community and as a method of problem solving
Attend monthly house manager meeting and order appropriate household supplies
Resource and referral coordination both in addiction and mental healthservices
Monitor access to medications
Provide life-skills training to residents, including but not limited to, cooking, cleaningand pro-social behavior
Introduce residents to and engage them in recovery & pro-social activities

REQUIREMENTS: 
A passion for the mission of Bridges to Change
GED/ High School Diploma required
Crisis intervention experience
If in recovery, 2year clean/sober with a verifiable program of recovery
Excellentcommunication and conflict resolution skills
Ability to work and thrive in dynamicenvironments and under pressure
Ability to maintain high professional standards at all times with client, staff, and community partners
Ability to hold others accountable with compassion
Experience setting and maintaining clear boundaries
The ability to keep accurate records
Exceptional interpersonal skills

WORKING CONDITIONS
Live-in position requiring overnight, some evening & weekendhours
The ability to lift, carry or otherwise move objects of up to25 pounds on a regular basis, and occasionally up to 50 pounds is also necessary
Must have a current and valid driver’slicense
Pass background and driving history checks
Requires the use of a personal vehicle to provide transportation for clients

DISCLAIMER
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.
Job Name : Male Recovery Mentor May 23 2017 9:31 AM
Location of Job : Washington County
Contact Information:
Washington County Program Manager

bridgesmentorjobs@bridgestochange.com
Job Description:
Please send cover letter with resume to bridgesmentorjobs@bridgestochange.com and reference the job title in the subject line.

JOB TITLE: Washington County Male Recovery Mentor – Full Time

REPORTS TO: Bridges to Change Washington County Program Manager

Founded in 2004, Bridges to Change is a Mission driven agency with a focus on addictions recovery both in the clients we serve and in providing meaningful employment for individuals in recovery. Bridges to Change partners with four counties and community organizations to serve people in need of housing, mentors, and treatment.

JOB SUMMARY:
The Recovery Mentor is responsible for providing mentoring support to men who are in custody, or have been recently released from custody, and assigned to Washington County Community Corrections. Working in close partnership with other BTC staff, Probation and Parole Officers, and community partners, the Recovery Mentor acts as a role model and documents the progress for each of their clients.

SUMMARY DUTIES & EXPECTATIONS:
Ability to maintain high professional standards at all times with client, staff, and community partners.
• Act as a role model for mentees.
• Participate in weekly staff meetings.
• Maintain accurate and timely reports.
• Facilitate classes and groups as assigned.
• Keep administrative staff informed of any task you are performing outside the scope of your job description.
• Attend recovery related meetings with mentees as assigned during business hours.
• Connect mentees to other community resources.
• Transport clients to recovery meetings and help them to develop a support network.
• Help clients build a recovery program.
• Help clients develop full time employment, and housing if needed.
• Work forty hours weekly.
• Interact well with staff and clients.

REQUIREMENTS:
A passion for the mission of Bridges to Change.
GED/ High School Diploma required. Associates or Bachelor’s degree or comparable work experience preferred.
CRM certification or obtain within 90 days of hire.
Familiarity with Oregon corrections and probation and parole systems.
Past experience being on probation or parole.
Excellent communication and conflict resolution skills.
Ability to work and thrive in dynamic environments and under pressure.
Ability to hold others accountable with compassion.
Ability to adapt in order to offer trauma-informed care to mentees.
Experience setting and maintaining clear boundaries.
Familiarity with various resources.
Able to introduce mentees to various models of recovery.
Maintain some form of a personal recovery support program in order to be able to articulate and role model for mentees.
As a peer in recovery, mentor must be able to document more than two years continuous clean and sober time with a verifiable program of recovery.
Basic computer skills including Word, Excel, Outlook.

WORKING CONDITIONS:
• Evenings, weekends, and travel may be required for this position.
• The ability to lift, carry or otherwise move objects of up to 25 pounds on a regular basis, and occasionally up to 50 pounds is also necessary.
• Must have a current and valid driver’s license.
• Requires the use of a personal vehicle to provide transportation for clients.

DISCLAIMER:
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.
Job Name : Washington County Male Recovery Mentor (sex offense clients) – Full Time May 23 2017 9:28 AM
Location of Job : Washington County
Contact Information:
Washington County Program Manager

bridgesmentorjobs@bridgestochange.com
Job Description:
Please send cover letter with resume to bridgesmentorjobs@bridgestochange.com and reference the job title in the subject line.

Founded in 2004, Bridges to Change is a Mission driven agency with a focus on addictions recovery both in the clients we serve and in providing meaningful employment for individuals in recovery. Bridges to Change partners with four counties and community organizations to serve people in need of housing, mentors, and treatment.

JOB SUMMARY:
This full-time Recovery Mentor position is gender-specific and crime history specific. The mentor will be a male who has experience working with male clients who have been convicted of a sex crime. He will be part of the Bridges to Change Washington County Team. The mentor will be providing peer recovery support to men who have been convicted of sex crimes and who may have substance abuse disorders who have been recently released from custody. Working in close partnership with Probation and Parole Officers on the Sex Crimes Team, community partners and onsite recovery home case managers, the Recovery Mentor acts as a peer role model and documents the progress for each client. The Recovery Mentor assists men in engaging in Sex Offender Treatment, Mental Health, addiction recovery activities and developing recovery support in appropriate various communities.

SUMMARY DUTIES & EXPECTATIONS:
* Act as a role model for mentees.
* Participate in weekly supervisions and meetings as assigned.
* Maintain accurate and timely reports.
* Facilitate classes and skills groups as assigned.
* Perform random and as-needed urine drug screenings.
* Keep administrative staff informed of any task you are performing outside the scope of your job description.
* Abides by policies and procedures, confidentiality laws, professional boundaries, and peer support principles.
* Attend various models of community support activities with mentees.
* Connect mentees to various models of recovery support, community resources and help them to develop a support network.
* Assess for needs and develop transition plans.
* Transport mentees as needed and help them develop self-sufficiency.
* Help mentees develop full time employment and housing as needed.
* Work forty hours weekly.
* Interact well with staff and clients.
* Work closely with Sex Crimes Team P.O.’s and Supervisor.
* Be assigned to a work station located within the Sex Crimes Team’s office.

REQUIREMENTS:
* A passion for the mission of Bridges to Change.
* A working knowledge of the professional role of recovery mentor.
* Experience working in the capacity of a mentor with males who have been convicted of a sex crime.
* GED/ High School Diploma required. Associates or Bachelors degree or equivelant job experience preferred.
* Certified in a Oregon State Mental Health and Addictions approved training as a Certified Recovery Mentor within 90 days of hire.
* Openly identifies as one in recovery with a history of sex addiction/crime who is willing to be a role model with personal experience with sex addiction recovery support, addictions and mental health services.
* Familiarity with Oregon corrections and probation and parole systems.
* Past experience being on probation or parole.
* Free of any type of supervision for criminal activity of any kind, in any state for 1 year minimum.
* Excellent communication and conflict resolution skills.
* Ability to work and thrive in dynamic environments and under pressure.
* Ability to maintain high professional standards at all times with client, staff, and community partners.
* Ability to hold others accountable with compassion.
* Ability to adapt in order to offer trauma-informed care to mentees.
* Experience setting and maintaining clear boundaries.
* Familiarity with various resources.
* Able to introduce mentees to various models of recovery.
* Maintain some form of a personal recovery support program in order to be able to articulate and role model for mentees.
* As a peer in recovery, mentor must be able to document more than two years continuous clean and sober time with a verifiable program of recovery.
* Basic computer skills including Word, Excel, Outlook.
* Must have an understanding and be able to identify with the challenges and restrictions of males convicted a sex crime.

WORKING CONDITIONS:
* Evenings, weekends, and travel may be required for this position.
* The ability to lift, carry or otherwise move objects of up to 25 pounds on a regular basis.
* The ability to occasionally lift, carry or otherwise move objects of up to up to 50 pounds.
* Must have a current and valid driver’s license.
* Requires the use of a personal vehicle to provide transportation for mentees.
* Willingness, high desire, and ability to work closely with males convicted of sex crimes.

DISCLAIMER:
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.
Job Name : Physician Assistant - CODA, Inc May 23 2017 8:43 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Physician Assistant make a difference by:
•Administering screening, weekly, and follow-up medical procedures and assessments, including weekly motivational medical management sessions.
•Ordering, dispensing, and administering study medications.
•Prescribing ancillary medications as appropriate to manage side effects during study.
•Participating in the informed consent process to answer questions specific to medical study components.
•Evaluating participants for suicidal or homicidal risk and document clinical findings.
•Having strong independent decision making capabilities.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•Experience providing primary care to high risk, high needs patients.
•National Committee on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA) certified.
•Licensed in Oregon.
•Strong interpersonal and communication skills that result in effective information exchange with study participants and research team members.
•Ability to follow and comply with a detailed research protocol.
•Ability to work well with multidisciplinary treatment team

Apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1275

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Chemical Dependency Counselor I - 578755 May 23 2017 8:32 AM
Location of Job : Portland (Southwest), OR, USA 97204
Contact Information:
Chris Goforth

chris.goforth@lifeworksnw.org
Job Description:
LifeWorks NW provides outpatient and intensive outpatient services for adults dealing with alcohol and drug problems. This particular position works with adults that are federally mandated to seek alcohol and drug treatment service.

PURPOSE: Provide substance abuse treatment services. Responsible for assessment, treatment planning, provision of counseling (individual, family, and group) services, urinalysis, consultation with care providers and coordination of multiple service providers for his/her assigned client caseload; and for keeping accurate, timely records.

DAYS/HOURS: 8 am - 8 pm, hours vary



REQUIREMENTS:

If recovering from a substance abuse related disorder, must be able to demonstrate continuous sobriety under nonresidential, independent living conditions for the immediate past two years.
Requires a current CADC 1 or equivalent national certification; or a submitted application for CADC 1 with a formal plan to obtain certification within two years of hire.
Have knowledge, skills, and abilities demonstrating competence in: treatment of substance-related disorders including client evaluation and individual, group, family, and other counseling techniques; program policies and procedures for client case management and record keeping; and accountability for recording information in the client files assigned to them consistent with those policies and procedures. Should be familiar with theory or concepts of prevention.
If working in a culturally focused program must have: demonstrated understanding of cultural values and norms, acculturation and generational issues within a culture; extensive knowledge and understanding of resources and appropriate support linkage available within the community; effective inner-cultural communication skills in order to advocate for culturally diverse clients.
If working with youth, courses in child development and experience working with youth strongly preferred.
Sensitivity and understanding of specific barriers which may lead to lack of access and engagement.
Good computer skills including a functional knowledge of Microsoft Outlook and Word. Ability to master proprietary software including electronic health record system.
Requires ability to work evenings and/or weekends, depending on the particular work assignment
Requires access to a car and valid driver's license.
Ability to perform essential functions of job without creating a direct threat to the safety of self or others.



LifeWorks NW believes that diversity strengthens our workforce and empowers our community. LifeWorks NW is an EEO/AA employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other status in accordance with law. www.lifeworksnw.org
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Job Name : Bilingual Chemical Dependency Counselor 1, CCBHC - 579116 May 23 2017 8:31 AM
Location of Job : Hillsboro, OR, USA 97123
Contact Information:
Chris Goforth

chris.goforth@lifeworksnw.org
Job Description:
The Chemical Dependency Counselor I position will work at LifeWorks NW's Certified Community Behavioral Healthcare Clinics (CCBHC). In 2017, LifeWorks NW was selected to represent Oregon in the federal demonstration project to implement CCBHCs to advance delivery of behavioral health care. LifeWorks NW's CCBHC sites will provide comprehensive client care through a team-based approach with services that include mental health and substance use counseling, peer-delivered health and wellness services, primary care services and psychiatric rehabilitation. Staff that work at our CCBHC sites will collaborate with others to care for individuals through daily interactions and support, counseling, skills training, care coordination, health promotion and education, medication management services and supportive services with preventive approach



PURPOSE: Provide substance abuse treatment services in outpatient or residential settings. Responsible for assessment, treatment planning, provision of counseling (individual, family, and group) services, urinalysis, consultation with care providers and coordination of multiple service providers for his/her assigned client caseload; and for keeping accurate, timely records.



REQUIREMENTS:

If recovering from a substance abuse related disorder, must be able to demonstrate continuous sobriety under nonresidential, independent living conditions for the immediate past two years.
Bilingual (English/Spanish) fluency skills required.
Requires a current CADC 1 or equivalent national certification; or a submitted application for CADC 1 with a formal plan to obtain certification within two years of hire.
Have knowledge, skills, and abilities demonstrating competence in: treatment of substance-related disorders including client evaluation and individual, group, family, and other counseling techniques; program policies and procedures for client case management and record keeping; and accountability for recording information in the client files assigned to them consistent with those policies and procedures. Should be familiar with theory or concepts of prevention.
If working in a culturally focused program must have: demonstrated understanding of cultural values and norms, acculturation and generational issues within a culture; extensive knowledge and understanding of resources and appropriate support linkage available within the community; effective inner-cultural communication skills in order to advocate for culturally diverse clients.
If working with youth, courses in child development and experience working with youth strongly preferred.
Sensitivity and understanding of specific barriers which may lead to lack of access and engagement.
Good computer skills including a functional knowledge of Microsoft Outlook and Word. Ability to master proprietary software including electronic health record system.
Requires ability to work evenings and/or weekends, depending on the particular work assignment
Requires access to a car and valid driver's license.
Ability to perform essential functions of job without creating a direct threat to the safety of self or others.



LifeWorks NW believes that diversity strengthens our workforce and empowers our community. LifeWorks NW is an EEO/AA employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other status in accordance with law.

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Job Name : Addictions Counselor (corrections) **NEW WAGES** May 23 2017 8:03 AM
Location of Job : Wilsonville, OR
Contact Information:
John Renner

john.renner@cascadiabhc.org
Job Description:
THE ORGANIZATION
Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare (www.cascadiabhc.org) is a major nonprofit provider of behavioral health services in the state of Oregon. Cascadia is a Recovery-oriented, trauma-informed service provider for persons with mental health and addiction challenges. Cascadia seeks to become consumer-involved, consumer-engaged, and consumer-driven. Cascadia furthermore seeks to increase its trauma-sensitive services. The heart of Cascadia is her people - the people we serve, our coworkers, and our community partners.

PROGRAM
Turning Point (TP) is a program serving inmates during their final six months of incarceration with the Oregon Department of Corrections (ODOC): The Turning Point program uses evidence-based interventions to address negative activity and substance dependence. We offer inmates:
-intensive group and individual counseling to help clients recover from their addictions and related issues.
-a strong emphasis on community reintegration, with focus on referral for housing, employment services and continuing care upon release.

REQUIREMENTS
Education: An Associate's degree or certificate in Addictions programming or related field. Must be at least a CADC applicant and eligible for a CADC I and obtain CADC within two years of applicant status. It is preferred that the clinician have a CADCI or CADCII. Experience: Knowledge and experience in working with clients involved with gender specific populations, and clients coming from the criminal justice system preferred.

Equivalent combination of education/experience, preferably in a non-profit organization.

Operate computer hardware and software (including Electronic Health Record software) at a level needed to effectively perform job functions Enter and retrieve data Prepare reports

Possess a valid driver's license, three year driving history; clean driving record, ability to pass Driver Motor Vehicle (DMV) check and complete the Cascadia online Defensive Driving course.


THE POSITION
One full time positions available, located in Wilsonville. The schedule is Tuesday through Friday 7:30am-6pm. Compensation: Minimum $16.35/hr. + DOE.

The Counselor II provides addiction services to assigned clients, including assessment, development of treatment plans tailored to each client's needs, and individual and group therapy while supporting a Trauma Informed Care environment. With the high prevalence of trauma among individuals receiving addiction services, it is required the Counselor II understand the effects of trauma on health, coping, and other aspects of the lives of those we serve.

BENEFITS
Cascadia provides medical and dental insurance, an ample package of Paid Time Off (PTO), short and long term disability insurance, life Insurance, and a Vision Service Plan (VSP). Most Benefits are available to all Regular, Full time employees. Benefits are pro-rated for employees working over 20 hours and up to 40 hours per week. Some benefits are available to all employees regardless of hours worked: 403 (b) Retirement Plan, Employee Assistance Program, 24 hour Fitness and supplemental options.

Cascadia welcomes candidates whose experience and knowledge has equipped them to contribute to our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to any protected status. Cascadia is proud to be an equal opportunity employer

In order to be considered for our positions, you must apply online. We do not accept an emailed resume as an application. To learn more about our employment opportunities and to apply please visit our careers page (www.cascadiabhc.org/careers).

To review these position and/or to apply go to our careers site at www.cascadiabhc.org/careers and start your search with the following job number : 4564.

Inquiries can be directed to John Renner at john.renner@cascadiabhc.org or 503.552.6270
Job Name : Service Coordinator 2, Transitional Age Youth - 578898 May 23 2017 3:42 AM
Location of Job : Milwaukie, OR, USA 97222
Contact Information:
Chris Goforth

chris.goforth@lifeworksnw.org
Job Description:
LifeWorks NW provides services for transitional age youth (between the ages of 16 and 24).

PURPOSE: Provide outreach, engagement, and mental health treatment. Services will be offered in the community throughout Clackamas County. Duties will include assessment, treatment planning, and clinical case management as well as coordination/collaboration with partner agencies in the community.

DAYS/HOURS: Monday through Friday 8 am - 5 pm with some evenings. The job will require facilitating 2 evening groups a month, 4 evenings a year for educational workshops, and infrequent evenings for client needs.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Master's degree in psychology, counseling, social work, or related mental health field (QMHP status) required.
Demonstrated ability to conduct an assessment, including identifying precipitating events, gathering histories of mental and physical health, alcohol and other drug use, past mental health services and criminal justice contacts, assessing family, social and working relationships and conducting a mental status examination; complete a five-axis DSM diagnosis; write and supervise the implementation of an Individual Service and Support Plan; and provide individual, family and/or group therapy within the scope of their training.
More than 1 year experience in broad range of clinical interventions and mental health assessment specific to children, adolescents and families.
Demonstrated knowledge of treatment methods for individual, family and group therapy to address mental health needs.
Demonstrated ability to provide case management services in accordance with federal, state and/or funding source requirements as well as LifeWorks' NW policies and procedures.
Knowledge of community resources and treatment agencies enabling appropriate referrals for specific client needs.
Knowledge of medications commonly used by client population.
Proficient in Microsoft Outlook and Word. Ability to master proprietary software including electronic health record system required.
Requires access to a car, a valid driver's license, proof of current automobile insurance coverage, and ability to meet LifeWorks NW driving requirements.



LifeWorks NW believes that diversity strengthens our workforce and empowers our community.
LifeWorks NW is an EEO/AA employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other status in accordance with law.
www.lifeworksnw.org

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Job Name : Residential Care Facilitator, Evenings and Weekends - 578847 May 23 2017 3:41 AM
Location of Job : Portland (NE), OR, USA 97212
Contact Information:
Chris Goforth

chris.goforth@lifeworksnw.org
Job Description:
LifeWorks NW's Project Network program is a residential program with a focus on the African American community for women in recovery dealing with alcohol/drug issues who are with their small children.

PURPOSE: Provides monitoring, structure, and support in a residential setting with women in recovery and their children. Position supervises residents and chores, provides staffing and oversight, and reports any problems that occur to clinical staff.

DAYS/HOURS: 16 hours per week, working evenings and weekend hours.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

Provide a safe and secure environment for clients and their children.
Provide skills training in activities of daily living, including meal preparation, housekeeping chores, interpersonal relationships, effective communication, etc.
Establishes and informs rules for behavior and procedures for maintaining order among clients, employing techniques such as education, behavior modification and positive reinforcement. Monitors clients in order to detect unusual behavior and reports observations to the clinical team.
Respond to medical issues and concerns promptly.
Complete required documentation accurately, including daily logs.
Provide basic crisis response to clients experiencing physical or emotional crises, including consulting with clinical staff, notifying emergency responders when needed, etc.
Document and maintain client records to ensure compliance with LifeWorks NW and contractual guidelines. Maintain confidentiality of records relating to clients' treatment.
Transport clients in LifeWorks NW vehicle.
Continually increase level of cultural sensitivity, awareness and competency.
Meets standards for documentation and accuracy of work.
Meets standards for client care, quality/customer service, attendance/punctuality and teamwork.
Maintains a consistent, therapeutic milieu for clients.
Organize, supervise and encourage client participation in recovery-oriented social, educational and recreational activities.


REQUIREMENTS:

Good communication and listening skills.
The ability to make decisions quickly and remain calm and be flexible.
If recovering from a substance abuse related disorder, must be able to demonstrate continuous sobriety under nonresidential, independent living conditions for the immediate past two years.
Ability to establish and maintain confidentiality and professional boundaries with the clients and their children.
Basic computer skills including keyboarding, use of mouse, ability to navigate website and use common web browser.
Demonstrates effective communication skills and maintains a cooperative working relationship with others in a culturally diverse environment.
Requires a valid driver's license and ability to meet LifeWorks NW driving requirements. Must be 21 or over to drive a LifeWorks NW vehicle.



LifeWorks NW believes that diversity strengthens our workforce and empowers our community.
LifeWorks NW is an EEO/AA employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other status in accordance with law.
www.lifeworksnw.org

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Job Name : Chemical Dependency Counselor I (On-Call) - 578804 May 23 2017 3:40 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR, USA 97204
Contact Information:
Chris Goforth

chris.goforth@lifeworksnw.org
Job Description:
LifeWorks NW provides outpatient and intensive outpatient services for adults dealing with alcohol and drug problems.

PURPOSE: Positions is responsible for assessment, treatment planning, provision of counseling (individual, family, and group) services, urinalysis, consultation with care providers and coordination of multiple service providers for his/her assigned client caseload; and for keeping accurate, timely records.

HOURS: On-Call, hours/times vary as needed

REQUIREMENTS:

If recovering from a substance abuse related disorder, must be able to demonstrate continuous sobriety under nonresidential, independent living conditions for the immediate past two years.
Requires a current CADC 1 or equivalent national certification; or a submitted application for CADC 1 with a formal plan to obtain certification within two years of hire.
Have knowledge, skills, and abilities demonstrating competence in: treatment of substance-related disorders including client evaluation and individual, group, family, and other counseling techniques; program policies and procedures for client case management and record keeping; and accountability for recording information in the client files assigned to them consistent with those policies and procedures. Should be familiar with theory or concepts of prevention.
If working in a culturally focused program must have: demonstrated understanding of cultural values and norms, acculturation and generational issues within a culture; extensive knowledge and understanding of resources and appropriate support linkage available within the community; effective inner-cultural communication skills in order to advocate for culturally diverse clients.
If working with youth, courses in child development and experience working with youth strongly preferred.
Sensitivity and understanding of specific barriers which may lead to lack of access and engagement.
Good computer skills including a functional knowledge of Microsoft Outlook and Word. Ability to master proprietary software including electronic health record system.
Ability to perform essential functions of job without creating a direct threat to the safety of self or others.



LifeWorks NW believes that diversity strengthens our workforce and empowers our community. LifeWorks NW is an EEO/AA employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other status in accordance with law. www.lifeworksnw.org
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Job Name : CADC May 22 2017 15:24 PM
Location of Job : SE Portland, Oregon
Contact Information:
Robbie

bahlmd@gmail.com
Job Description:
Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor CADC
Portland, Oregon
Full-time, Part-time

We are currently seeking a part-time/full-time Substance Abuse Counselor for our outpatient office in SE Portland, Oregon. Our office is conveniently located in the SE Brooklyn neighborhood close to Max/Bus stops, and very close to download Portland.
Shanti Wellness & Recovery offers a comprehensive outpatient substance abuse treatment serving patients diagnosed with the disease of addiction. We treat without stigma and with empathy. The qualified candidate will work closely in a team environment with a small team of clinicians, medical personnel, and office personnel in accordance with State and Federal Regulations to provide care for our patients. We offer our patients an out-patient environment conducive to recovery from multiple substance abuse disorders. We are a small, productive practice and we are seeking a dedicated hard working CADC to work with us.

Position Summary:
Under the supervision of the Medical Director, our counselors are ultimately responsible for providing individual and group therapy to patients with a primary diagnosis of chemical dependency. Additional responsibilities include:

Position Duties and Responsibilities
• Utilizing knowledge of a variety of therapeutic models and theories to understand and plan intervention strategies for a variety of patients
• Monitoring patient progress and making changes to the therapeutic approach and best practice, evidenced based interventions based on patient response to treatment
• Working collaboratively with the patient and appropriate others to develop a comprehensive treatment plan that addresses priority needs of the patient, desired treatment outcomes, an agreed upon plan of action, and reassessment;
• Maintaining electronic 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, and review.
• Coordinating and cooperating with local agencies and organizations necessary to expedite treatment for each patient.
 
Job Requirements:
• 1-3 years of prior Substance Abuse Counseling experience is preferred
• Must hold a CADC Licensure credential in good standing.
• Excellent Verbal, non-verbal and written communication skills * Time management & organizational skill
• Love to smile! Want to make a difference! * Great organizational skills.
 
Required experience:
• Alcohol and Drug Counseling: 1 year
Required license or certification:
• CADC and LPC or LCSW
Job Name : Kitchen Coordinator ($1,000 Retention Bonus) - CODA, Inc. May 22 2017 12:31 PM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Kitchen Manager make a difference by:
•Planning nutritionally-sound menus for three meals a day, seven days a week. Menus must accommodate any residents who have special dietary needs.
•Developing and manage the food service budget. Identify, prioritize, and arrange purchase of all food and kitchen supplies needed to prepare daily meals. Develop food vendor relationships and purchase food for multiple sites. As requested, research and select food product vendors.
• Overseeing day-to-day operations of kitchens at residential sites, including the training of residents to prepare and cook meals, assisting as needed and assist with donation pick-up.
•In coordination with the Nurse Practitioner and consulting nutritionist/dietician, identifying and attending staff and patient nutrition-education needs specific to a chemically-dependent population.
•Assuring compliance with Oregon Health Department institutional food-service regulations

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•At least two years' culinary-school training or equivalent is required. Bachelor's degree in food and nutrition or equivalent desired. Applicant must possess an Oregon Food Handler's card.
•At least two year's experience in menu planning and food preparation for large groups of people in a health-care environment is required.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1298

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : TLC Therapist May 22 2017 12:24 PM
Location of Job : Roseburg
Contact Information:
Amy Harris

amyha@adaptoregon.org
Job Description:
*SIGNING BONUS & MOVING EXPENSES!!!*

Adapt is currently recruiting a full time Therapeutic Learning Classroom Therapist.

The Therapeutic Learning Classroom (TLC) Therapist, a QMHP position, provides integrated outpatient mental health treatment services in a Child Day Treatment setting that are based on medical necessity and that support and promote mental health recovery and reintegration into regular educational settings. The TLC Therapist provides individual, family, and group therapy for youth who have been referred by a Douglas County school district and who meet the qualifications for psychiatric day treatment. This therapist also provides case management and consultation to Douglas County school staff for referral in and reintegration back into regular educational settings. He/she will manage the therapeutic milieu by directing/teaching therapeutic and behavioral interventions to the mental health staff in the TLC. He/she will manage the State documentation and review requirements for each youth in the TLC.

The qualified applicant must have a Master's Degree in a Social Services field, plus experience in a mental health supported educational setting is preferred. At time of appointment, must possess valid Oregon driver's license.

**The successful applicant will receive a generous signing bonus and also be eligible for help with moving expenses. Excellent salary and great benefits. Adapt offers three insurance plans to all eligible Full-Time employees and their families, in which Adapt currently pays 100% of the premiums for 2 of those plans. In addition, a 401K plan is available to all employees and contributed to by Adapt after a specified time of employment.**

Job Type: Full-time

Required education:
Master's

Required experience:
Mental Health: 2 years
Job Name : Women's Outpatient Counselor May 22 2017 12:23 PM
Location of Job : Roseburg
Contact Information:
Amy Harris

amyha@adaptoregon.org
Job Description:
SIGNING BONUS!!!!!

Adapt in beautiful Southern Oregon is recruiting for a full time Women's Outpatient Counselor to join their Adapt Corrections Treatment Services (ACTS) team .

At minimum, the qualified individual will be a CADC II and have a Bachelors Degree in a Behavior Sciences field. Preference will be given to applicants with 3+ years working in the addictions treatment field. Mental Health experience is a plus. Advanced certifications & licenses will reflect in starting salary.

The successful applicant will receive a generous signing bonus and also be eligible for help with moving expenses. Competitive salary and great benefits . Adapt offers two insurance plans to all eligible Full-Time employees and their families, in which Adapt currently pays 100% of the premiums. In addition, a 401K plan is available to all employees and contributed to by Adapt after a specified time of employment.

Come join our progressive, growing, positive work environment!

Job Type: Full-time

Required education:
Bachelor's

Required experience:
Counseling: 1 year

Required license or certification:
CADC II
Job Name : Addiction Technician May 22 2017 12:05 PM
Location of Job : Newberg, Oregon, USA 97132
Contact Information:
Human Resource

lcaramella@hazeldenbettyford.org
Job Description:
The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation is the world's leading organization singularly dedicated to combating addiction to alcohol and drugs with a full continuum of services.
Over the course of a year, we:
• Serve over 15,000 patients annually through treatment centers in Minnesota, California, Illinois, Oregon, New York, and Florida
• Educate over 600 professionals through our accredited Hazelden Graduate School of Addiction Studies, Professionals in Residence program and Summer Institute for Medical Students.
• Provide publishing books and materials for over 32,000 publishing customers
• Provide prevention services to over 50,000 students across the United States and the world
One of our key strategic objectives is people - our employees are essential in the process of propelling our organization forward to meet the challenges and opportunities ahead. Are you ready to excel in these challenges and opportunities? Do you possess the qualities below? Join Our Team!
What are we looking for?
• Individuals with a Client, Customer, and/or Stakeholder Focus
• Results-oriented attitude
• Interpersonal Skills and Teamwork
• Courage and Commitment
• Adaptability and Learning Agility
What do we offer?
• Competitive Benefits (health, dental, vision, etc)
• Paid Time-Off
• Training Opportunities
• Retirement Savings Plan with Employer Match
• Tuition Reimbursement
Diverse individuals encouraged to apply.
Equal Opportunity Employer: Minorities, Women, Veterans, Disabilities



As an Addiction Technician, you will:
• Facilitate and support the recovery activities of patients.
• Coordinate the necessary administrative tasks related to patient care.
• Act as a representative of treatment staff and observe patient activity and unit functions.
• Maintain a visible presence on the unit.
• Circulate throughout building, and alert to fire and safety hazards.



Required
• High school or equivalent plus directly related experience
• Computer skills
• Minimum two years freedom from chemical use problems
• Current CPR certification or obtain within 60 days of hire
Preferred
• Knowledge of Twelve Steps with training in chemical dependency/mental health


Apply Here: http://www.Click2apply.net/xyn5655w3gx6sst3


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Job Name : Recovery Mentor ($1,000 Retention Bonus!) - CODA, Inc. May 22 2017 11:22 AM
Location of Job : Hillsboro, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Recovery Mentor make a difference by:
•Assisting patients in accessing alcohol and drug free housing, medical and emergency services and other community resources.
•Facilitating connection to the recovery community and other supports that may reinforce the patient's recovery plan.
•Teaching and modeling positive recovery skills. In Residential settings, monitor the recovery environment, and reporting and/or documenting concerns. Respond to emergencies and acting as a mandatory reporter following agency procedures.
•Coordinate therapeutic interventions and report on patient progress to treatment team and invested community partners with proper release.
•Escort and/or drive residents to community related activities or appointments in support of recovery efforts.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•High school diploma or GED.
•Experience with individuals and/or families with addiction and the recovery community.
•Ability to utilize both oral and written communications skills to effectively communicate with clients, co-workers, community resources, supervisors, and various other individuals encountered in the course of performing work while maintaining client confidentiality and establishing professional rapport.
•Valid Oregon or Washington Driver's License.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1354

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Male Recovery Mentor May 22 2017 10:52 AM
Location of Job : Multnomah County
Contact Information:
Multnomah County Program Manager

bridgesmentorjobs@bridgestochange.com
Job Description:
To apply, email your resume and cover letter to bridgesmentorjobs@bridgestochange.com and reference the job title in the subject line.

JOB TITLE: Male Recovery Mentor

REPORTS TO: County Program Manager

Founded in 2004, Bridges to Change is a Mission driven agency with a focus on addictions recovery both in the clients we serve and in providing meaningful employment for individuals in recovery. Bridges to Change partners with four counties and community organizations to serve people in need of housing, mentors, and treatment.

JOB SUMMARY:
This full-time Recovery Mentor position is gender-specific. The mentor will be part of the Bridges to Change Multnomah County Team. The mentor will be providing peer recovery support to men who have substance abuse disorders and/or have been recently released from custody. Working in close partnership with Probation and Parole Officers, community partners and onsite recovery home case managers, the Recovery Mentor acts as a peer role model and documents the progress for each client. The Recovery Mentor assists men in engaging in addiction recovery activities and developing recovery support in various communities.

SUMMARY DUTIES & EXPECTATIONS
Act as a role model for mentees.
Participate in weekly supervisions and meetings as assigned.
Maintain accurate and timely reports.
Facilitate classes and skills groups as assigned.
Perform random and as-needed urine drug screenings.
Keep administrative staff informed of any task you are performing outside the scope of your job description.
Abides by policies and procedures, confidentiality laws, professional boundaries, and peer support principles.
Attend various models of community support activities with mentees.
Connect mentees to various models of recovery support, community resources and help them to develop a support network.
Assess for needs and develop transition plans.
Transport mentees as needed and help them develop self-sufficiency.
Help mentees develop full time employment and housing as needed.
Work forty hours weekly.
Interact well with staff and clients.

REQUIREMENTS:
A passion for the mission of Bridges to Change.
A working knowledge of the professional role of recovery mentor.
Familiarity with Oregon corrections and probation and parole systems.
Past experience being on probation or parole.
GED/ High School Diploma required. Associates degree or equivalent job experience preferred.
Certified in a Oregon State Mental Health and Addictions approved training as a Certified Recovery Mentor within 90 days of hire.
Openly identifies as one in recovery who is willing to be a role model with personal experience of using addiction recovery support and mental health services.
Free of any type of supervision for criminal activity of any kind, in any state for 1 year minimum.
Excellent communication and conflict resolution skills.
Ability to work and thrive in dynamic environments and under pressure.
Ability to maintain high professional standards at all times with client, staff, and community partners.
Ability to hold others accountable with compassion.
Ability to adapt in order to offer trauma-informed care to mentees.
Experience setting and maintaining clear boundaries.
Familiarity with various resources.
Able to introduce mentees to various models of recovery.
Maintain some form of a personal recovery support program in order to be able to articulate and role model for mentees.
As a peer in recovery, mentor must be able to document more than two years continuous clean and sober time with a verifiable program of recovery.
Basic computer skills including Word, Excel, Outlook.

WORKING CONDITIONS
Evenings, weekends, and travel may be required for this position.
The ability to lift, carry or otherwise move objects of up to 25 pounds on a regular basis.
The ability to occasionally lift, carry or otherwise move objects of up to up to 50 pounds.
Must have a current and valid driver’s license.
Requires the use of a personal vehicle to provide transportation for mentees.

DISCLAIMER
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.
Job Name : Female Recovery Mentor May 22 2017 10:50 AM
Location of Job : Multnomah County
Contact Information:
Clinical Supervisor

fpena@bridgestochange.com
Job Description:
Please send resume and cover letter to fpena@bridgestochange.com and reference the job title in the subject line.

JOB TITLE: Female IOP Recovery Mentor- Temporary Full-time with potential to develop into a permanent position

REPORTS TO: Clinical Supervisor

LOCATION: Multnomah County

Hourly, Non-Exempt

JOB SUMMARY:
This Recovery Mentor position is temporary and gender-specific. The recovery mentor will support women who have substance abuse and mental health disorders and are enrolled in intensive outpatient treatment services. Working closely with community partners and onsite case managers, the Recovery Mentor acts as a role model and documents the progress for each client. The Recovery Mentor assists women in engaging in addiction recovery activities and developing mental health recovery support in various communities. This temporary assignment is expected to last 2-3 months, with the possibility to develop into a long-term position.

SUMMARY DUTIES & EXPECTATIONS:
Ability to maintain high professional standards at all times with client, staff, and community partners.
Act as a role model for mentees.
Participate in weekly staff meetings.
Maintain accurate and timely reports.
Facilitate classes and groups as assigned.
Keep administrative staff informed of any task you are performing outside the scope of your job description.
Attend recovery related meetings with mentees as assigned during business hours.
Connect mentees to other community resources.
Transport clients to recovery meetings and help them to develop a support network.
Help clients build a recovery program.
Help clients develop full time employment, and housing if needed.
Work forty hours weekly.
Interact well with staff and clients.
Complete daily progress notes in electronic medical records system.
Work in a friendly, collaborative manner with BTC program partners.
Serve as a contact person in the community for the BTC Program.
Abide by agency policies and procedures and all relevant state and federal treatment regulations and standards.
Attend and actively participate in individual and group supervision, daily contact meetings with the treatment team, weekly BTC staffing’s and other meetings as assigned by the Director of Treatment services.
Maintain current certifications; participate in required training as needed.
Participate with team members (clinical, administrative and BTC) in a manner that contributes to healthy team functioning.
Other duties as assigned by the Clinical Supervisor.

REQUIREMENTS:
GED/High School Diploma; Associates Degree or equivalent experience preferred
CRM Certification
Past experience being in treatment and familiarity with substance use disorder treatment
Free of any type of supervision, in any state.
Excellent communication and conflict resolution skills
Computer literate: functional ability with Microsoft office; experience with electronic medical records system preferred

WORKING CONDITIONS:
Evenings, weekends, and travel are required for this position.
The ability to lift, carry or otherwise move objects of up to 25 pounds on a regular basis, and occasionally up to 50 pounds is also necessary.
Must have a current and valid driver’s license.
Requires the use of a personal vehicle to provide transportation for clients

DISCLAIMER
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.
Job Name : Onsite Case Manager/House Manager II May 22 2017 10:49 AM
Location of Job : SE Portland
Contact Information:
Special Programs Manager

shannon@bridgestochange.com
Job Description:
Send resume and cover letter to shannon@bridgestochange.com.

JOB TITLE: On-Site Case Manager/House Manager II

REPORTS TO: Special Programs Manager

LOCATION: SE Portland

Founded in 2004, Bridges to Change is a Mission driven agency with a focus on addictions recovery both in the clients we serve and in providing meaningful employment for individuals in recovery. In partnership with county and other community organizations, Bridges to Change serves individuals and families experiencing homelessness, addictions, mental health and poverty in the Portland Tri-County region.

JOB SUMMARY
This recruitment is for a gender specific position working with women. In collaboration with BTC staff and other community partners, this position will work directly with women in mental health and addiction stabilization housing program. This position requires the ability to live on site and have flexible work hours.

SUMMARY DUTIES & EXPECTATIONS
Maintain a healthy, alcohol/drug free environment
Establish a positive relationship withresidents, with mutual trust and respect
Have the ability to interact with people from diverse backgrounds
Maintain regular interaction, offer Act as a guide, advocate and role model for residents
Have the ability to identify and solve problems, to formulate ideas and come up with creative solutionsboth independently and
Work as a household to maintain property and grounds
Give random, observedgender specific UA’s as needed or necessary
Post and rotate chores for household
Conduct weekly house meetings to build community and as a method of problem solving
Attend monthly house manager meeting and order appropriate household supplies
Resource and referral coordination both in addiction and mental healthservices
Monitor access to medications
Provide life-skills training to residents, including but not limited to, cooking, cleaningand pro-social behavior
Introduce residents to and engage them in recovery & pro-social activities

REQUIREMENTS: 
A passion for the mission of Bridges to Change
GED/ High School Diploma required
Crisis intervention experience
If in recovery, 2year clean/sober with a verifiable program of recovery
Excellentcommunication and conflict resolution skills
Ability to work and thrive in dynamicenvironments and under pressure
Ability to maintain high professional standards at all times with client, staff, and community partners
Ability to hold others accountable with compassion
Experience setting and maintaining clear boundaries
The ability to keep accurate records
Exceptional interpersonal skills

WORKING CONDITIONS
Live-in position requiring overnight, some evening & weekendhours
The ability to lift, carry or otherwise move objects of up to25 pounds on a regular basis, and occasionally up to 50 pounds is also necessary
Must have a current and valid driver’slicense
Pass background and driving history checks
Requires the use of a personal vehicle to provide transportation for clients

DISCLAIMER
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.
Job Name : Male Recovery Mentor May 22 2017 10:49 AM
Location of Job : Washington County
Contact Information:
Washington County Program Manager

bridgesmentorjobs@bridgestochange.com
Job Description:
Please send cover letter with resume to bridgesmentorjobs@bridgestochange.com and reference the job title in the subject line.

JOB TITLE: Washington County Male Recovery Mentor – Full Time

REPORTS TO: Bridges to Change Washington County Program Manager

Founded in 2004, Bridges to Change is a Mission driven agency with a focus on addictions recovery both in the clients we serve and in providing meaningful employment for individuals in recovery. Bridges to Change partners with four counties and community organizations to serve people in need of housing, mentors, and treatment.

JOB SUMMARY:
The Recovery Mentor is responsible for providing mentoring support to men who are in custody, or have been recently released from custody, and assigned to Washington County Community Corrections. Working in close partnership with other BTC staff, Probation and Parole Officers, and community partners, the Recovery Mentor acts as a role model and documents the progress for each of their clients.

SUMMARY DUTIES & EXPECTATIONS:
Ability to maintain high professional standards at all times with client, staff, and community partners.
• Act as a role model for mentees.
• Participate in weekly staff meetings.
• Maintain accurate and timely reports.
• Facilitate classes and groups as assigned.
• Keep administrative staff informed of any task you are performing outside the scope of your job description.
• Attend recovery related meetings with mentees as assigned during business hours.
• Connect mentees to other community resources.
• Transport clients to recovery meetings and help them to develop a support network.
• Help clients build a recovery program.
• Help clients develop full time employment, and housing if needed.
• Work forty hours weekly.
• Interact well with staff and clients.

REQUIREMENTS:
A passion for the mission of Bridges to Change.
GED/ High School Diploma required. Associates or Bachelor’s degree or comparable work experience preferred.
CRM certification or obtain within 90 days of hire.
Familiarity with Oregon corrections and probation and parole systems.
Past experience being on probation or parole.
Excellent communication and conflict resolution skills.
Ability to work and thrive in dynamic environments and under pressure.
Ability to hold others accountable with compassion.
Ability to adapt in order to offer trauma-informed care to mentees.
Experience setting and maintaining clear boundaries.
Familiarity with various resources.
Able to introduce mentees to various models of recovery.
Maintain some form of a personal recovery support program in order to be able to articulate and role model for mentees.
As a peer in recovery, mentor must be able to document more than two years continuous clean and sober time with a verifiable program of recovery.
Basic computer skills including Word, Excel, Outlook.

WORKING CONDITIONS:
• Evenings, weekends, and travel may be required for this position.
• The ability to lift, carry or otherwise move objects of up to 25 pounds on a regular basis, and occasionally up to 50 pounds is also necessary.
• Must have a current and valid driver’s license.
• Requires the use of a personal vehicle to provide transportation for clients.

DISCLAIMER:
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.
Job Name : Integrated Clinical Specialist ($1,000 Retention Bonus) - CODA, Inc. May 22 2017 9:57 AM
Location of Job : Tigard, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Integrated Clinical Specialist make a difference by:
• Conducting screening and assessment activities to determine detoxification, substance use and mental health diagnosis, level of care and functioning, and recommending a clinical course of treatment.
• Applying motivational techniques and case management to promote engagement in treatment.
• Providing engaging patient education, cognitive behavioral, psycho-education, process, and relapse prevention group therapies.
• Providing case management, resource information and referral services.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•Master's degree in Social Work, Counseling, or Psychology.
•3-5 years of experience working in community or behavioral health system.
•Licensed Clinical Social Worker or Professional Counselor in State of Oregon or capacity to secure within 24 months of employment.
•Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor II (CADC II) or capacity to secure within 24 months of employment.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1357

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Intake coordinator and Admission May 22 2017 8:52 AM
Location of Job : Milwaukie
Contact Information:
Michael Banis

mike@oregontrailrecovery.com
Job Description:
We are seeking a customer-oriented individual to complete client intake, admissions and registrations for Oregon Trail Recovery and Pacific Crest Trail Detox.
In this position, you will:
• Interview clients to accurately obtain all preliminary information required for admission, such as the client’s name, address, age, medical history, present medications, previous hospitalizations, mental health history and diagnosis, attending physician, and verify insurance benefits and/or other financial resources.
• Prepare admitting and discharge records and route them to appropriate level of care.
• Explain various admission forms and policies, obtain signatures, hold discussions on financial responsibility, receive payments. and the party responsible for payment.
• Perform insurance verification, authorization and notification.
• Utilize HIPPA compliant electronic medical record system.
The activities will include telephonic initial admission and introduction of the programs for potential inquiring client admissions, discharge planning, identification of clients for sober living within Oregon Trail Recovery (OTR), communication with counselors, providers, and members as indicated, quality improvement reviews, and education of the member/family, provider and organizational staff. Directs need for required utilization and quality outcomes and promotes high customer satisfaction to the population served.
QUALIFICATIONS:
Required qualifications for this position include:
• High School diploma or equivalent
• Minimum two (2) years of experience in utilization or case management, discharge planning and quality improvement in a health care setting.
• Three years’ customer service experience
• Ability to read, write and verbally communicate in English
• Previous admissions experience
• Knowledge of insurance billing, collections and plan types
• Knowledge of medical terminology
• Proficiency with business software such as Microsoft Office
Preferred qualifications for this position include:
• Bachelor’s Degree
• Two-year clerical experience
• Kipu EMR experience preferred
• Prior experience in health care, human development, counseling, public health, or social work

Essential Responsibilities:


• Coordinates with referring agencies and OTR’s Clinical Director to obtain medical records to assure appropriate level of care of clients; e.g., including, but not limited to, previous biopsychosocial assessments, mental health assessments, psychiatrics assessments, previous hospitalization records, etc.

• Reviews intake paperwork with client within 24 hours of admission and begins the discharge planning process immediately.

• During the business hours intake ensures ROIs are in place and coordinator contacts referral to update them on clients progress in the programs

• Remains knowledgeable of contract benefits and current, relevant state and Federal regulations, criteria, documentation requirements and laws that affect managed care and case/utilization management.

• Maintains effective interaction/communication with members of the medical staff, nursing staff, complex case managers, home care review team, social workers, general reviewers, referral coordinators, and Kaiser Permanente medical offices to facilitate the in client utilization management process and to provide continuity of care.

• Builds effective working relationships with physicians, OTR staff, and clients.

• Works with billing company to attain longer authorizations for treatment and clinical team to establish discharge dates for clients based off progress and medical necessity

• Under the guidance of the Supervisor of Telephonic In client Care Coordination and in consultation with other QRM staff, participates in the coordination, planning, development, implementation, and maintenance of all OTR policies and procedure.

• Works cross-functionally with other departments in striving to meet organizational goals and objectives.

• Achieves and maintains an understanding of relevant state and federal regulations, criteria, and documentation requirements and laws that affect managed care, home health and case/utilization management.

• Knowledgeable and compliant with OTR policies and procedures.

• Knowledgeable and compliant with OTR departmental and unit specific staff.

• Participates in annual regional and departmental compliance training.

• Consistently supports compliance and the Principles of Responsibility (OTR) by maintaining the privacy and confidentiality of information, protecting the assets of the organization, acting with ethics and integrity, reporting non-compliance, and adhering to applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations, accreditation and licenser requirements (if applicable), and OTR policies and procedures.

• Responsible for assisting the CEO, COO and CFO in investigating concerns and issues.

• Access to protected health information (PHI) will be limited to the minimum necessary required to effectively perform the job.

• Demonstrates understanding of HIPAA privacy regulations by maintaining confidentiality of Protected Health Information (PHI).

• Demonstrates doing the right thing and doing things the right way is an underlying premise in all work-related activities and can identify location of the OTR code of ethics.

• Develops and maintains an awareness of how to report compliance issues and concerns. Identifies issues of wrong doing and promptly investigates and reports to immediate supervisor or Director of Regional Compliance. Assures an atmosphere and culture for staff to report issues wrong doing.

Professional Requirements:
• Adheres to dress code; appearance is neat and clean.
• Completes annual educational requirements.
• Maintains regulatory requirements.
• Reports to work on time and as scheduled; completes work within designated time frame.
• Participates in continuous quality improvement activities.
• Demonstrates a good working relationship with various departments of the programs.
• Interacts professionally with clients/families; answers billing and payment questions.
• Demonstrates the ability to be flexible, organized and function well in stressful situations.
• Accepts other assigned duties as needed.
• Receives Business Office mail and distributes it to the appropriate personnel.
• Answers the telephone in a courteous and professional manner. Directs calls appropriately.
Job Name : Counselor May 22 2017 8:34 AM
Location of Job : NW Portland
Contact Information:
Mike

mtierney@crchealth.com
Job Description:
Acadia Healthcare; the nation's largest premiere substance abuse treatment provider has a great opportunity for an individual desiring employment with a supportive, professional organization. We are currently seeking a full-time Substance Abuse Counselor CADC for our Portland facility. Hours are Monday-Friday 6:00am to 2:30pm. Consideration will also be taken for qualified CRM’s and counseling interns as well.

The Portland Treatment Center is a comprehensive outpatient substance abuse treatment facility serving patients diagnosed with the disease of addiction. The qualified candidate will work closely in a team environment with clinicians and medical personnel in accordance with State and Federal Regulations to provide high quality care for our patients.

We offer a competitive benefits package to all full-time employees including Paid Time Off, Medical, Dental, Vision, 401k, Company paid group term life insurance, and tuition/certification reimbursement. We are located in Downtown Portland off the Max line.


Position Summary:

Under the supervision of the Clinical Supervisor, our counselors are ultimately responsible for providing individual and group therapy to patients with a primary diagnosis of chemical dependency. Additional responsibilities include:

Position Duties and Responsibilities

•Utilizing knowledge of a variety of therapeutic models and theories to understand and plan intervention strategies for a variety of patients
•Monitoring patient progress and making changes to the therapeutic approach and best practice, evidenced based interventions based on patient response to treatment
•Working collaboratively with the patient and appropriate others to develop a comprehensive treatment plan that addresses priority needs of the patient, desired treatment outcomes, an agreed upon plan of action, and reassessment;
•Maintaining 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, and review.
•Coordinating and cooperating with local agencies and organizations necessary to expedite treatment for each patient.

Qualifications:

Job Requirements:

• If CADC held, certification must be in good standing
• If non certified, must apply for CADC within 6 months of hire and complete certification process within 2 years of hire
• Excellent verbal, non-verbal and written communication skills
• Basic understanding of the behaviors and interventions associated with those struggling with addiction
• Ability to connect therapeutically and professionally with clients and treatment team
Job Name : Peer Counselor May 22 2017 8:15 AM
Location of Job : Portland
Contact Information:
Priscilla Arnett

priscilla.arnett@ccconcern.org
Job Description:
Central City Concern is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide comprehensive solutions to ending homelessness and achieving self-sufficiency. CCC provides many services, such as addiction treatment, employment, housing, mental health, primary care, and other related culturally specific services, to a diverse population. As an agency deeply rooted in recovery we have a keen interest in promoting and maintaining a Drug & Alcohol-Free Workplace. As part of our policy and commitment to a drug and alcohol-free workplace we conduct post-offer, pre-employment drug screens.

***Applicants must upload a cover letter and resume to their application in order to be considered for this opportunity.***


TITLE: Peer Counselor
DEPARTMENT: Community Engagement Program
REPORTS TO: Clinical Supervisor
HOURS: Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5:00pm
SALARY: $18.10-$19.91/Per hour

SUMMARY: The Peer Counselor provides a variety of recovery-oriented services to individuals who have self-identified as desiring peer supports, in order to promote greater independence, community integration and recovery from mental illness and/or addiction. Services provided by peers (people in addiction recovery or with co-occurring mental health disorders) include a wide range of supports, services, and advocacy that contribute to a client's ability to engage in ongoing treatment.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Completion of High School or GED required.
2. Must be a self-identified person in recovery from a substance use or co-occurring mental health disorder, who meets the abstinence requirements for recovery staff in alcohol and other drug treatment programs. The person must identify on the application or cover letter how they have "lived" personal experience leading to an understanding of the needs of persons with substance abuse and mental health issues.
3. Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor I required. QMHA (Bachelor's degree in Behavioral Sciences field or a combination of at least three year's work, education, training or experience in chemical dependency or mental health treatment) preferred.
4. Must meet CCC privileging requirements as required by FTCA.
5. Must be able to provide peer delivered services as described in Medicaid guidelines.
6. Must pass a pre-employment drug screen, TB test, and background check. This includes clearance from the DHS Background Check Unit. 7. The OAR prohibits A&D program staff from having within the previous 3 years a DUI conviction or diversion, a felony conviction, or a conviction under the Uniform Controlled Substances Act.
8. If using a vehicle for agency use, must possess a current driver's license, access to a vehicle, qualify as an Acceptable Driver as designated in Central City Concern's Fleet Safety policy. Must pass an initial drivers training within 60 days of being an approved driver and continued recertification training. Must maintain vehicle insurance coverage of a minimum of $100,000/$300,000 personal auto liability coverage.
9. If in recovery, must be able to document continuous abstinence under independent living conditions or recovery housing for the immediate past two years.
10. Will be required to carry a cell phone for work use. Cell phone to be provided by Central City Concern.
11. Must generally have the ability to bend, stoop, kneel, squat, twist, reach, pull and lift heavy objects and climb stairs, with reasonable or no accommodation.
12. Must adhere to agency's non-discrimination policies
13. Ability to effectively interact with co-workers and clients with diverse ethnic backgrounds, religious views, cultural backgrounds, lifestyles, and sexual orientations and treat each individual with respect and dignity.

HOW TO APPLY:
To view the full job description and apply visit:
www.centralcityconcern.org/jobs

***Applicants must upload a cover letter and resume to their application in order to be considered for this opportunity.***

CCC is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER and does not discriminate against applicants on the basis of race, gender, protected veteran's status, disability, or any other protected class. Applicants seeking reasonable accommodation can contact the Human Resources department at 503-294-1681.
Job Name : Counselor May 22 2017 7:57 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Nicole Triplett

Nicole.R.Triplett@doc.state.or.us
Job Description:
JOB POSTING ANNOUNCEMENT
Position Title: Counselor
Department: Columbia River Correctional Institution- WestCare
Location: Portland, OR

Person in this position will be responsible for day-to-day assessment and treatment program functions, and flow of program activities. Essential job functions include those listed below. Other duties may be assigned as needed.
Essential Job Functions:
• Responsible for managing a caseload of clients; providing individual counseling, assessment, treatment planning, release/transition planning, coordinate with ODOC staff, attend weekly staff meetings, document all client progress.
• Facilitate multiple treatment groups weekly;
• Participate in monthly quality assurance file reviews as assigned by Program Director;
• Complete all all intakes, clinical documentation, discharge summaries, Community Re-entry Checklist, continued care plans, and all other required documentation in a timely manner;
• Comply with 42 CFR part 2, and 45 CFR (HIPAA) regulations and other Federal, State and local policies, rules, and standards regarding the protection of paper and computer-based information and its transfer WestCare and any other program;
• Fill in for other counselors during times they may be unavailable due to illness, training etc.;
• Provide daily, weekly and monthly client reports as requested;
• Role model ethical and professional behaviors and standards;
• Attend all staff and joint WestCare/ODOC meetings ass assigned;
• Engage in on-going professional development;
• Embrace and embody the mission, vision, guiding principles, clinical vision and goals of WestCare Foundation, and
• Perform other duties as assigned.

Essential Qualifications:
• One (1) year TC experience (preferred);
• Three (3) years counseling experience (preferred);
• Knowledge of Evidence-Based curriculums used within a corrections setting;
• Knowledge of community based housing and resources for corrections clients;
• Must be capable of obtaining and interpreting information regarding the inmate’s bio-psychosocial spiritual needs, and is knowledgeable about the bio-psychosocial spiritual dimensions of alcohol and other drug disorders, including assessment of the inmate’s stage of change;
• Must possess knowledge of chemical dependency, substance abuse and personality dynamics of the substance abuser including knowledge of cultural and criminal sub-cultures;
• Must possess strong boundaries;
• Must possess knowledge of cognitive behavioral approach to treatment/care/services
• Must possess excellent documentation and communication skills;
• Must have ability to obtain prison clearance;
• CPR certification, First Aid Certification and an annual tuberculosis test.

Education/Certification:
• Current CADC II certification.
• Bachelor’s Degree in social science related field preferred.
• Moral Reconation Therapy group facilitator certification strongly requested.

Working Conditions:
• Work is primarily performed in an in-prison treatment setting.
Job Name : Accounting Manager ($1,000 Retention Bonus) - CODA, Inc. May 22 2017 7:32 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Accounting Manager make a difference by:
•Managing daily operations of the Accounting Department.
•Working directly with Payroll Manager to ensure timely payroll functionality.
•Ensuring an accurate and timely monthly, quarterly and year end close.
•Working with the Finance Director to ensure a clean and timely year-end audit.
•Assisting in development and implementation of new procedures and features to enhance the workflow of the accounting department.
•Monitoring general ledger, payroll, accounts payable, and purchasing activities for compliance.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•Must have Bachelor's Degree in Accounting or business with three (3) years of recent experience in accounting and payroll OR BS Degree in Accounting/Finance with three (3) years' experience.
•Three (3) years of prior direct supervision experience is required.
•Must have knowledge of the following: payroll and payroll taxes, month end close, audit preparation, accounts payable, purchasing, fixed assets...
•General understanding of accounting principles and practices is required.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1250

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Clinical Supervisor May 22 2017 4:08 AM
Location of Job : Milwaukie, Oregon
Contact Information:
Patricia Ewing

intehlth@aol.com
Job Description:
Location of Job : Milwaukie, OR
Contact Information:
Patricia Ewing

intehlth@aol.com
Job Description:
Integrated Health Clinics, an Outpatient Substance Abuse facility that specializes in innovative treatment, is recruiting for a Clinical Supervisor who is ready to contribute new leadership to well established facility.

The qualified candidate must have a CADCll or CADClll, two years experience in Substance Abuse counseling including Medication Assisted Treatment, Alcohol and Drug Services including DUII and supervisory experience.

We are seeking a Clinical Supervisor who can build rapport, facilitate change, and provide an experience of recovery that motivates individuals; who can coach a clinical staff with strength, updates on current research in treatment modalities and resiliency to manage a fast paced and ever evolving clinical setting. IHC needs a candidate who is detail oriented with strong organizational skills, problem solving and decision making skills as well as strong analytical skills.

In addition, the Clinical Supervisor has a small caseload and is able to maintain accountability with administrative responsibilities. IHC needs a person who has experience in Quality Assurance, developing strategies to facilitate growth, efficiency, effectiveness and customer satisfaction.,

The Clinical Supervisor must be familiar with and willing to abide by the OAR's, Federal Guidelines and Accreditation (CARF) to assure compliance with the regulatory agencies. A person familiar with ASPIRE performance improvement plans would enhance your opportunity to be selected for this exciting position. The clinical team is ready for your leadership and this may be the opportunity that changes your life

Position is full time Monday thru Friday 6am-2:30pm. Highly Competitive hourly wage. Benefit package available after completion of 90 day probation period.

To apply send cover letter, resume and 3 professional references to:
Attention Pat Ewing, Executive Director at intehlth@aol.com
Job Name : Counselor May 22 2017 4:06 AM
Location of Job : Eugene, Oregon
Contact Information:
Patricia Ewing

ihceugene@aol.com
Job Description:
Location of Job : Eugene, Oregon
Contact Information:
Patricia Ewing Executive Director

Job Description:

Integrated Health Clinics of Eugene has an immediate opening for a counselor in a fast-paced out patient treatment program. Monday through Friday 6 am to 2:30 pm

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

Counselor will be required to provide group and individual counseling using evidenced based treatment, conduct intake assessments, develop treatment plans, provide coordination of care and make referrals to ancillary services.

QUALIFICATIONS:

CADC I or higher, must pass drug screen
Full time, Highly Competitive hourly wage, Benefit package available after completion of 90 day probation period
Email resume to ihc97401@aol.com
Job Name : Bilingual Case Manager II May 19 2017 11:22 AM
Location of Job : Portland
Contact Information:
Priscilla Arnett

priscilla.arnett@ccconcern.org
Job Description:
Central City Concern is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide comprehensive solutions to ending homelessness and achieving self-sufficiency. CCC provides many services, such as addiction treatment, employment, housing, mental health, primary care, and other related culturally specific services, to a diverse population. As an agency deeply rooted in recovery we have a keen interest in promoting and maintaining a Drug & Alcohol-Free Workplace. As part of our policy and commitment to a drug and alcohol-free workplace, we conduct post-offer, pre-employment drug screens.

***Applicants must upload a cover letter and resume to their application in order to be considered for this opportunity.***


TITLE: LEAD Bilingual Case Manager II
DEPARTMENT: LEAD
REPORTS TO: Clinical Supervisor
HOURS: Tuesday-Friday, 10:00am-8:00pm (Schedule may change based on team need)
SALARY: $18.10-$19.19/Per hour


SUMMARY:
The LEAD Case Manager provides culturally and linguistically appropriate services to Latino adults as a member of a multi-disciplinary team. The LEAD® team provides comprehensive assessment, individual planning, street outreach, intensive case management, peer services, and service brokerage. The team coordinates with community resources to provide access to address all needs, including crisis management, substance abuse treatment, medication management, physical health treatment, mental health treatment, accessing benefits and entitlements, accessing appropriate and affordable housing, accessing employment and educational opportunities, and accessing supports for basic needs. The LEAD® Team employs Case Managers with varying levels of experience, training, and education in order to assemble a diverse and competent team.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Bachelor's Degree, able to meet the credentialing requirements for QMHA within 6
months of hire, and/or CADC I, and a combination of at least three year's relevant work,
education, training or experience.
2. Must have experience working with the Latino culture. Bilingual in English and Spanish
required.
3. Must meet CCC privileging requirements as required by FTCA.
4. Have the competencies necessary to:
a. Communicate effectively
b. Perform drug and alcohol assessments and develop service plans based on
ASAM criteria, understand treatment and service terminology and able to apply the
concepts
c. Provide psychosocial skills development; and
d. Implement interventions prescribed on a service plan.
5. If in recovery, must be able to document continuous abstinence under independent
living conditions or recovery housing for the immediate past two years.
6. Must pass a pre-employment drug screen, TB test, and background check.
7. The OAR prohibits A&D program staff from having within the previous 3 years a DUI
conviction or diversion, a felony conviction, or a conviction under the Uniform
Controlled Substances Act.
8. Will be required to carry an agency cell phone for work use. The cell phone will be provided
by Central City Concern.
9. Must possess a current driver's license, pass a DMV background check and be
designated an "acceptable" driver as outlined in Central City Concern's Fleet Safety
Policy. Must pass an initial drivers training within 60 days of being an approved driver
and continued recertification training.
10. Must adhere to agency's non-discrimination policies.
11. Ability to effectively interact with co-workers and clients with diverse ethnic backgrounds,
religious views, cultural backgrounds, lifestyles, and sexual orientations and treat each
individual with respect and dignity.

HOW TO APPLY:
To view the full job description and apply visit:
www.centralcityconcern.org/jobs

***Applicants must upload a cover letter and resume to their application in order to be considered for this opportunity.***

CCC is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER and does not discriminate against applicants on the basis of race, gender, protected veteran's status, disability, or any other protected class. Applicants seeking reasonable accommodation can contact the Human Resources department at 503-294-1681.
Job Name : Accounting Specialist ($1,000 Retention Bonus!)- CODA, Inc. May 19 2017 11:20 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Accounting / Billing Specialist make a difference by:
•Verifying patient financial and insurance eligibility; initiate financial and payment agreements, Release of Information.
•Submitting patient financial setup, scheduling transactions, charging entries in electronic medical record software.
•Assisting patient with self-administration of medications per established procedures, including accurately recording all medication activities in the medication record.
•Auditing patient accounts.
• Monitoring partial funded patients: handling income verifications and authorizations; processing patient level of care stage forms.
• Overseeing accurate and timely collection of active patient Private-Pay revenue.
• Maintaining professional and ethical behavioral standards of conduct when meeting with patients; working cooperatively and jointly to provide quality seamless customer service; assisting with patient conflict resolution as needed; directing patient questions involving coordination between medical, clinical, and medical records staff.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
• Associate's Degree OR equivalent of five years of experience in customer service.
• Have knowledge of the following: cash handling processes, collections, HIPAA guidelines.
• Have advanced customer service skills including clear and professional verbal and written communication skills and strong problem solving abilities; able to maintain confidentiality.
• Be able to operate a computer keyboard by touch and have computer skills that include the use of an electronic billing system. Must have working knowledge of Microsoft Office products and proficiency in Excel.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1343

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Associate Counselor ($1,000 Retention Bonus) - CODA, Inc. May 19 2017 10:21 AM
Location of Job : Tigard, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Associate Counselors make a difference by:
• Providing standardized client in-take and admissions orientation.
• Monitoring and tracking client progress.
• Establishing and maintaining professional relationships with patients; implementing outreach efforts to maintain client's engagement in treatment process.
• Administering medications per physician's orders.
• Providing resource information and referral to clients.
• Observing and administering urinalysis tests.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
• 1 year of college or 4 months related work experience and/or training in drug and alcohol addictions programs.
• Relevant experience with addictions and/or mental health responsibilities.
• Basic knowledge of chemical dependency issues.
• Basic oral and written communication skills with the ability to positively inform others and listen attentively.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1344

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Nurse Practitioner - CODA, Inc. May 19 2017 9:46 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Staff Nurses make a difference by:
•Administering weekly screening and follow-up medical procedures and assessments including required weekly Medical Management sessions during the active medication phase of the study.
•Ordering, dispensing, and administering (or oversee dispensation and administration of) study medications as per study protocol, as well as the naloxone challenge.
•Prescribing ancillary medications as appropriate to manage side effects during study.
•Being available during participants' scheduled visits to respond to any clinical questions/issues that might arise.
•Being available during informed consent process to answer questions specific to medical study components.
•Complying with any other additional local institutional requirements for medical staff responsibilities such as signing and dating consent forms, if needed.
•If in accordance with training, may evaluate participants' mental health and document clinical findings and decision in a progress note each time participant is evaluated.
•Attending and participating in study conference calls, as required.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•Active, unencumbered licensure as a Nurse Practitioner with active certification and prescriptive authority through the Oregon State Board of Nursing is required, including registration with DEA to prescribe Schedule II-V substances
•OR- Active, unencumbered licensure as a Physician Assistant with licensure through the Oregon Medical Board, including registration with DEA to prescribe Schedule II-V substances
•Oregon or Washington Driver's License

Apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1223

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.


Job Name : Residential Care Facilitator, Evening Shift - 577382 May 19 2017 9:32 AM
Location of Job : Portland (NE), OR, USA 97212
Contact Information:
Chris Goforth

chris.goforth@lifeworksnw.org
Job Description:
LifeWorks NW's Project Network program is a residential program with a focus on the African American community for women in recovery dealing with alcohol/drug issues who are with their small children.

PURPOSE: Provides monitoring, structure, and support in a residential setting with women in recovery and their children. Position supervises residents and chores, provides staffing and oversight, and reports any problems that occur to clinical staff.

DAYS/HOURS: Full-time position working 6:00 pm to 2:30 am Monday through Friday.


REQUIREMENTS:

Good communication and listening skills.
The ability to make decisions quickly and remain calm and be flexible.
If recovering from a substance abuse related disorder, must be able to demonstrate continuous sobriety under nonresidential, independent living conditions for the immediate past two years.
Ability to establish and maintain confidentiality and professional boundaries with the clients and their children.
Basic computer skills including keyboarding, use of mouse, ability to navigate website and use common web browser.
Demonstrates effective communication skills and maintains a cooperative working relationship with others in a culturally diverse environment.
Requires a valid driver's license and ability to meet LifeWorks NW driving requirements. Must be 21 or over to drive a LifeWorks NW vehicle.



LifeWorks NW believes that diversity strengthens our workforce and empowers our community.
LifeWorks NW is an EEO/AA employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other status in accordance with law.
www.lifeworksnw.org

Drug Free/Tobacco Free Site 01/09


For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website.

https://www.applicantpro.com/j/577382-80054
Job Name : Facilities Maintenance Technician ($1,000 Retention Bonus!) May 19 2017 9:13 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Facilities Maintenance Technician make a difference by:
•Performing routine maintenance at all agency sites including patching, painting, maintaining light fixtures, fixing locks, and key replacement.
•Performing scheduled emergency maintenance on all building heating and cooling systems.
•Assessing and perform minor plumbing repair including drain clearance, seal repair, toilet flow adjustments, and minor leaks.
•Assessing and perform minor electrical work including ballast and fixture installations and outlet and bulb replacement.
•Assessing and perform minor carpentry work including cabinet repair, internal and external door replacement; sheetrock and drywall repair, countertop installations and tile replacement.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•High school diploma or GED.
•Minimum of 2 years relevant work experience in the maintenance field.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1352

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Bilingual Case Manager I May 19 2017 8:37 AM
Location of Job : Portland
Contact Information:
Priscilla Arnett

priscilla.arnett@ccconcern.org
Job Description:
Central City Concern is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide comprehensive solutions to ending homelessness and achieving self-sufficiency. CCC provides many services, such as addiction treatment, employment, housing, mental health, primary care, and other related culturally specific services, to a diverse population. As an agency deeply rooted in recovery we have a keen interest in promoting and maintaining a Drug & Alcohol-Free Workplace. As part of our policy and commitment to a drug and alcohol-free workplace, we conduct post-offer, pre-employment drug screens.

***Applicants must upload a cover letter and resume to their application in order to be considered for this opportunity.***


TITLE: LEAD® Bilingual Case Manager I
DEPARTMENT: LEAD®
REPORTS TO: Program Supervisor
HOURS: Tuesday-Friday, 10:00am-8:00pm (Schedule may change based on team need)
SALARY: $16.15-$17.66/Per hour

SUMMARY:
The LEAD Case Manager provides culturally and linguistically appropriate services to Latino adults as a member of a multi-disciplinary team. The LEAD® team provides comprehensive assessment, individual planning, street outreach, intensive case management, peer services, and service brokerage. The team coordinates with community resources to provide access to address all needs, including crisis management, substance abuse treatment, medication management, physical health treatment, mental health treatment, accessing benefits and entitlements, accessing appropriate and affordable housing, accessing employment and educational opportunities, and accessing supports for basic needs. The LEAD® Team employs Case Managers with varying levels of experience, training, and education in order to assemble a diverse and competent team.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Completion of High School or GED.
2. Must have experience working with the Latino culture. Bilingual in English and Spanish required.
3. CADC I, CRM, PSS or registered preferred. Ability to obtain CADC I, PSS, or CRM within six months of hire and a combination of at least two year's work, education, training or experience specializing in substance use or mental health treatment, outreach, or case management.
4. Must meet CCC privileging requirements as required by FTCA.
5. Have the competencies necessary to:
a. Communicate effectively
b. Perform assessments and develop service plans,
c. Understand treatment and service terminology and able to apply the concepts
d. Provide psychosocial skills development, and
e. Implement interventions and broker services prescribed on a service plan.
6. If in recovery, must be able to document continuous abstinence under independent living conditions or recovery housing for the immediate past two years.
7. Must pass a pre-employment drug screen, TB test, and background check. 8. The OAR prohibits program staff from having within the previous 3 years a DUI conviction or diversion, a felony conviction, or a conviction under the Uniform Controlled Substances Act.
9. Will be required to carry an agency cell phone for work use. The cell phone will be provided by Central City Concern.
10. Must possess a current drivers license, pass a DMV background check and be designated an "acceptable" driver as outlined in Central City Concern's Fleet Safety Policy. Must pass an initial drivers training within 60 days of being an approved driver and continued recertification training.
11. Required to be available for after-hours pager and holiday coverage rotation.
12. Must adhere to agency's non-discrimination policies.
13. Ability to effectively interact with co-workers and individuals with diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds, religious views, lifestyles, and sexual orientations and treat each individual with respect and dignity.

HOW TO APPLY:
To view the full job description and apply visit:
www.centralcityconcern.org/jobs

***Applicants must upload a cover letter and resume to their application in order to be considered for this opportunity.***

CCC is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER and does not discriminate against applicants on the basis of race, gender, protected veteran's status, disability, or any other protected class. Applicants seeking reasonable accommodation can contact the Human Resources department at 503-294-1681.
Job Name : Facilities Maintenance Technician ($1,000 Retention Bonus!) - CODA, Inc. May 19 2017 8:01 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Facilities Maintenance Technician make a difference by:
•Performing routine maintenance at all agency sites including patching, painting, maintaining light fixtures, fixing locks, and key replacement.
•Performing scheduled emergency maintenance on all building heating and cooling systems.
•Assessing and perform minor plumbing repair including drain clearance, seal repair, toilet flow adjustments, and minor leaks.
•Assessing and perform minor electrical work including ballast and fixture installations and outlet and bulb replacement.
•Assessing and perform minor carpentry work including cabinet repair, internal and external door replacement; sheetrock and drywall repair, countertop installations and tile replacement.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•High school diploma or GED.
•Minimum of 2 years relevant work experience in the maintenance field.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1352

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Clinical Supervisor May 19 2017 5:51 AM
Location of Job : Milwaukie, Oregon
Contact Information:
Patricia Ewing

intehlth@aol.com
Job Description:
Location of Job : Milwaukie, OR
Contact Information:
Patricia Ewing

intehlth@aol.com
Job Description:
Integrated Health Clinics, an Outpatient Substance Abuse facility that specializes in innovative treatment, is recruiting for a Clinical Supervisor who is ready to contribute new leadership to well established facility.

The qualified candidate must have a CADCll or CADClll, two years experience in Substance Abuse counseling including Medication Assisted Treatment, Alcohol and Drug Services including DUII and supervisory experience.

We are seeking a Clinical Supervisor who can build rapport, facilitate change, and provide an experience of recovery that motivates individuals; who can coach a clinical staff with strength, updates on current research in treatment modalities and resiliency to manage a fast paced and ever evolving clinical setting. IHC needs a candidate who is detail oriented with strong organizational skills, problem solving and decision making skills as well as strong analytical skills.

In addition, the Clinical Supervisor has a small caseload and is able to maintain accountability with administrative responsibilities. IHC needs a person who has experience in Quality Assurance, developing strategies to facilitate growth, efficiency, effectiveness and customer satisfaction.,

The Clinical Supervisor must be familiar with and willing to abide by the OAR's, Federal Guidelines and Accreditation (CARF) to assure compliance with the regulatory agencies. A person familiar with ASPIRE performance improvement plans would enhance your opportunity to be selected for this exciting position. The clinical team is ready for your leadership and this may be the opportunity that changes your life

Position is full time Monday thru Friday 6am-2:30pm. Highly Competitive hourly wage. Benefit package available after completion of 90 day probation period.

To apply send cover letter, resume and 3 professional references to:
Attention Pat Ewing, Executive Director at intehlth@aol.com
Job Name : Counselor May 19 2017 5:49 AM
Location of Job : Eugene, Or
Contact Information:
Patricia Ewing

ihceugene@aol.com
Job Description:
Location of Job : Eugene, Oregon
Contact Information:
Patricia Ewing Executive Director

Job Description:

Integrated Health Clinics of Eugene has an immediate opening for a counselor in a fast-paced out patient treatment program. Monday through Friday 6 am to 2:30 pm

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

Counselor will be required to provide group and individual counseling using evidenced based treatment, conduct intake assessments, develop treatment plans, provide coordination of care and make referrals to ancillary services.

QUALIFICATIONS:

CADC I or higher, must pass drug screen
Full time, Highly Competitive hourly wage, Benefit package available after completion of 90 day probation period
Email resume to ihc97401@aol.com
Job Name : In-Reach Admissions and Treatment Coordinator - CODA, INC. May 18 2017 14:46 PM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our In-Reach Admissions and Treatment Coordinator make a difference by:
• Conducting screening and assessment (in-person or via telehealth - telephone or video conference) to recommend a clinical course of treatment within CODA array of services.
• Conducting CODA admission, collecting substance use history and other information required for eligibility screening; evaluating if all admission criteria have been met.
• Including evaluation of medication-assisted treatment options for all applicable patients.
• Applying motivational techniques and case management to promote engagement in treatment.
• Scheduling timely admission and/or follow up with CODA programs.
• Providing case management, resource information and referral services.
• Responding promptly to changes in projected discharge dates or patient ongoing care needs.
• Communicating with partner staff to coordinate timely post-discharge follow up care.
• Providing services that are family and community oriented, person centered, culturally competent, and trauma-informed.
• Providing assertive coordination of care with adjunct service providers.
• As required by partnership or contract, providing data to team(s) in real time, and at scheduled follow up intervals, to determine whether patient successfully engaged in treatment and sustained engagement.
• Actively supporting the treatment team approach to patient care, participating in quality improvement meetings with external partners, staff meetings, case presentations, clinical consultations, and operational process review.
• Utilizing time efficiently to maximize patient contact hours and ensure assigned patients receive the services prescribed by their treatment plan and are appropriate for their diagnosis and level of care.
• Demonstrating effective clinical judgment to support safe and quality treatment.
• Maintaining credentialing and adherence to ethical guidelines.
• Traveling to inpatient, residential, outpatient settings or other community sites for patient support and program development.
• Ensuring patient electronic medical records are accurate and complete and that all services are recorded according to assigned procedures. Partnering with administrative and financial teams to resolve patient record issues in a timely manner.
• Participating in staff meetings, including case presentations, clinical consultation, and operational process review.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
• CADC I (Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor) certification or higher, or ability to obtain within 6 months of hire.
• Master's degree in Social Work, Counseling, or Psychology
• Must have three or more years of recent and related addictions work experience. Knowledge, skills, and abilities demonstrating competence in addictions treatment required
• Basic First Aid/CPR certification or ability to acquire within 90 days of hire.
• Crisis prevention certification (such as CPI) within 90 days of hire.
• A valid Oregon or Washington driver's license

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1356

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Dual Diagnosis Service Coordinator May 18 2017 14:00 PM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Michele Vowell

mvowell@luke-dorf.org
Job Description:
Purpose: (General description and summary)
The Service Coordinator coordinates, oversees and provides services to individuals enrolled in the Bridgecity Recovery Program. The position has the responsibility of developing, implementing and monitoring services to individuals. There are significant administrative responsibilities in terms of documentation, reauthorization, and other regularly occurring events. The Service Coordinator will be a dually credentialed QMHP or licensed mental health clinician and hold a minimum of a CADC I.

Accountabilities: (Responsibilities of the job)
Case Management
• Assess the functional level and program needs of each resident.
• Develop service and support in partnership with each resident.
• Assist residents in connecting to resources needed to achieve goals set in their integrated treatment plan.
• Monitor and provide service delivery.
• Develop relationships with providers and stakeholders to facilitate service provision
• Have regular, frequent contact with residents.
• Assist with prescriber visits as needed.
• Provide a minimum of two therapy groups a week
.

Crisis Intervention
• Take reasonable action to avoid use of crisis services
• Coordinate entry of residents into respite if clinically appropriate.
• Complete all required assessment, reimbursement paperwork.
• Observe hospital contact and discharge planning policy
• Minimize time in crisis services through intensive involvement with resident/ discharge planning.

Administration:
• Document all resident contact.
• Complete monthly ASAM updates and update the integrated master treatment plan as needed
• Submit reauthorization paperwork in a timely manner.


Other General Expectations:
• Attend and positively participate in required meetings.
• Pursue ongoing development of skills and competencies. A minimum of 16 hours on-going education, of which 12 hours must be in area of mental health/dual recovery and four hours in cultural competency.
• Follow all corporate polices, procedures, and protocols.
• Maintain current Oregon Drivers License.
• Follow through on all directives and instructions.
• Maintain CPR and First Aid Certificate.

Positions Reporting: (Listing of job incumbents reporting into this position)
None

Education/Certificates/Licenses/Registration:
Qualified Mental Health Professional with a Masters Degree in social work or related field is required. A minimum of two years post-graduate experience is preferred. A CADC I is required however CADC II or III is preferred. Familiarity with the criminal justice system is preferred.

Experience/Qualifications:
Applicant must possess the skills necessary to work independently. Must have a firm understanding of medications and their use, administrative rules and other applicable laws and regulations, as well as a firm understanding of acceptable program practices and guidelines. Complete understanding of the DSM and the ability to compose comprehensive mental health assessments and master treatment plans..
Mental Requirements:
Extensive mental activities required. Examples to include but not limited to the use of educated judgment, communicate thought clearly, maintain calm demeanor in crisis situations, be an empathetic and effective listener, flexible and analytical. Ability to motivate others and remain consistently enthusiastic.
Job Name : Alcohol and Drug Clinician May 18 2017 12:55 PM
Location of Job : Madras
Contact Information:
Erin Cahill

erinc@bestcaretreatment.org
Job Description:
BestCare Treatment Services in Madras, Oregon is recruiting for an A/D Counselor in our Alcohol Drug Outpatient Treatment Program!

Primary duties include working closely with clients to complete intakes, assessments, and to provide guidance for appropriate treatment plans. Must advocate for excellent client care.Qualified candidates must possess a CADC I (Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor), or above. Candidates must have strong client engagement skills, be highly collaborative with the treatment team, and compassionate towards individuals with mental illness and substance abuse disorders.

This is a full time regular position that includes employer-paid health benefits, four weeks of paid time off, nine recognized holidays, and a retirement plan option. Wage DOQ $16.00 - $22.00

Position DescriptionTitle: Alcohol & Drug Treatment Counselor

Program: Outpatient Treatment Program

Program Location: Madras, OR

Employment Status: Full Time Regular

Reports to: Program Manager

Duties:

Work closely with other staff as a member of a treatment team.
Complete intakes, assessments, and treatment plans as appropriate.
Provide one-on-one, group, and family counseling, and case management services, working collaboratively with treatment team members and other agencies, and document those services in the client file.
Lead psycho-educational, skill development, relapse prevention, process, gender-specific, and family groups as assigned.
Work closely with referral sources, keeping them informed on the progress of the client, as needed and as compatible to client confidentiality.
Maintain documentation in a timely manner in client files.
Model appropriate counselor behavior and help train and orient new staff to the program.
Collect client fees as necessary.
Other duties as assigned by the program manager

Minimum Requirements:

Have knowledge, skills, and abilities demonstrating competence in the following essential job functions: treatment of substance-related disorders including client evaluation and individual, group, family, and other counseling techniques; program policies and procedures for client case management and record keeping; and accountability for recording information in the client files assigned to them consistent with those policies and procedures and applicable OAR's.BestCare Treatment Services uses a "Stages of Change/Motivational Interviewing" model of treatment. Counselors are expected to have a strong understanding of these treatment models. Counselors are expected to be proficient with the use of ASAM criteria in determining length of stay for clients.

Have a current certification or license in addiction counseling or hold a current license as a health or allied providers issued by a state licensing body. New hires that do not hold a current certification must make an application within the first six months of employment and receive the credential/license within 36 months of the application.

Have the ability to work independently and also have the skills to be a team player. Must have the ability to get along with co-workers. Must possess the ability to network will all resources in order to provide the best customer service.

For individuals recovering from the disease of alcoholism and/or from other drug addiction, have maintained continuous sobriety for the immediate past two years at the time of hire.

For a full job description and/or to apply, please visit our website at bestcaretreatment.org
Job Name : Assessment Counselor (Part-time) May 18 2017 11:49 AM
Location of Job : Salem/Keizer
Contact Information:
JUSTIN NIELSEN

justin@renaissancerecoveryresources.com
Job Description:
Renaissance Recovery Resources, Inc. is one of the leading outpatient substance-abuse providers in the Salem/Keizer are. Our agency is seeking a part-time ASAM Assessment counselor. We are seeking an individual who is available to conduct assessments on Saturdays. We provide outpatient services to diverse populations, including DUII, self-help, youth, and Suboxone patients. The ideal candidate would be licensed as a CADC, in good standing with ACCBO, reliable, familiar with Electronic Medical Record (EMR) software, able to work independently and have experience in conducting ASAM assessments. Some benefits are available. Compensation: DOE. Please email resume to: justin@renaissancerecoveryresources.com Please visit our website for a more detailed description of the services we provide.
Job Name : Behavioral Health Specialist ($1,000 Retention Bonus) - CODA, Inc. May 18 2017 11:35 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Behavioral Health Specialists make a difference by:
• Conducting substance use treatment intakes and assessments. Determining medical necessity for substance use treatment including screening for detoxification needs, providing diagnostic evaluation of substance use disorders, and evaluating placement within ASAM criteria.
• Developing collaborative strength based treatment plans incorporating relevant treatment interventions indicated by substance use assessment.
• Assisting in the gathering and compiling of information for integrated assessments under direction of a QMHP
• Producing accurate strength-based documentation demonstrating clinical knowledge that is in alignment with agency protocols and payor regulations. Utilizing collaborative documentation to elicit patient engagement and recovery based language
•Applying evidence based group practices in educational, skills, and relapse prevention groups using agency approved curriculum
•Providing trauma-informed culturally responsive individual clinical services including case management. Acting assertively to include and engage family members as partners in treatment.
•Providing mental health individual and group clinical services including case management, skills training, coordination of care, and medication training as directed by individual treatment plan

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
• A minimum of 2 years experience in a similar or closely related role.
• Master's Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Criminal Justice, or closely related area of study - OR - Bachelor's Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Criminal Justice or closely related area of study and an additional 3 years of experience in a related role (5 years total).
• Meet requirements for application of CADC II certification within 24 months of employment.
•Valid Oregon or Washington Driver's License.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1323

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Senior Counselor ($1,000 Retention Bonus!) - CODA, Inc. May 18 2017 10:35 AM
Location of Job : Hillsboro, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Senior Counselors make a difference by:
• Carrying a caseload of clients and engaging in treatment planning using a strength-based and motivational approach; planning and implementing client interventions; providing individual and group counseling per productivity standards; monitoring and tracking client progress; implementing outreach efforts to maintain client's engagement in the treatment process.
• Providing resource information and referral to clients; providing coordination of care with community partners and adjunct service providers; coordinating services such as insurance re-authorization or attend community meetings as directed.
• Providing timely and accurate clinical documentation including progress summaries and session notes in compliance with agency and regulatory standards; maintaining the integrity of the electronic medical records system within individual scope of practice.
• Adhering to regulatory requirements and maintaining professional, ethical, and behavioral standards of conduct, especially during critical periods.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
• Education and/or training in drug and alcohol addictions programs.
• Relevant experience with addictions and/or mental health responsibilities.
• CADC-1 certification or the ability to become certified within 6 months of hire.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills with the ability to articulate clinical concepts and program outcomes.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1318

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Intake coordinator and Admission May 18 2017 9:55 AM
Location of Job : Milwaukie
Contact Information:
Michael J Banis

mike@oregontrailrecovery.com
Job Description:

We are seeking a customer-oriented individual to complete client intake, admissions and registrations for Oregon Trail Recovery and Pacific Crest Trail Detox.
In this position, you will:
• Interview clients to accurately obtain all preliminary information required for admission, such as the client’s name, address, age, medical history, present medications, previous hospitalizations, mental health history and diagnosis, attending physician, and verify insurance benefits and/or other financial resources.
• Prepare admitting and discharge records and route them to appropriate level of care.
• Explain various admission forms and policies, obtain signatures, hold discussions on financial responsibility, receive payments. and the party responsible for payment.
• Perform insurance verification, authorization and notification.
• Utilize HIPPA compliant electronic medical record system.
The activities will include telephonic initial admission and introduction of the programs for potential inquiring client admissions, discharge planning, identification of clients for sober living within Oregon Trail Recovery (OTR), communication with counselors, providers, and members as indicated, quality improvement reviews, and education of the member/family, provider and organizational staff. Directs need for required utilization and quality outcomes and promotes high customer satisfaction to the population served.
QUALIFICATIONS:
Required qualifications for this position include:
• High School diploma or equivalent
• Minimum two (2) years of experience in utilization or case management, discharge planning and quality improvement in a health care setting.
• Three years’ customer service experience
• Ability to read, write and verbally communicate in English
• Previous admissions experience
• Knowledge of insurance billing, collections and plan types
• Knowledge of medical terminology
• Proficiency with business software such as Microsoft Office
Preferred qualifications for this position include:
• Bachelor’s Degree
• Two-year clerical experience
• Kipu EMR experience preferred
• Prior experience in health care, human development, counseling, public health, or social work

Essential Responsibilities:


• Coordinates with referring agencies and OTR’s Clinical Director to obtain medical records to assure appropriate level of care of clients; e.g., including, but not limited to, previous biopsychosocial assessments, mental health assessments, psychiatrics assessments, previous hospitalization records, etc.

• Reviews intake paperwork with client within 24 hours of admission and begins the discharge planning process immediately.

• During the business hours intake ensures ROIs are in place and coordinator contacts referral to update them on clients progress in the programs

• Remains knowledgeable of contract benefits and current, relevant state and Federal regulations, criteria, documentation requirements and laws that affect managed care and case/utilization management.

• Maintains effective interaction/communication with members of the medical staff, nursing staff, complex case managers, home care review team, social workers, general reviewers, referral coordinators, and Kaiser Permanente medical offices to facilitate the in client utilization management process and to provide continuity of care.

• Builds effective working relationships with physicians, OTR staff, and clients.

• Works with billing company to attain longer authorizations for treatment and clinical team to establish discharge dates for clients based off progress and medical necessity

• Under the guidance of the Supervisor of Telephonic In client Care Coordination and in consultation with other QRM staff, participates in the coordination, planning, development, implementation, and maintenance of all OTR policies and procedure.

• Works cross-functionally with other departments in striving to meet organizational goals and objectives.

• Achieves and maintains an understanding of relevant state and federal regulations, criteria, and documentation requirements and laws that affect managed care, home health and case/utilization management.

• Knowledgeable and compliant with OTR policies and procedures.

• Knowledgeable and compliant with OTR departmental and unit specific staff.

• Participates in annual regional and departmental compliance training.

• Consistently supports compliance and the Principles of Responsibility (OTR) by maintaining the privacy and confidentiality of information, protecting the assets of the organization, acting with ethics and integrity, reporting non-compliance, and adhering to applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations, accreditation and licenser requirements (if applicable), and OTR policies and procedures.

• Responsible for assisting the CEO, COO and CFO in investigating concerns and issues.

• Access to protected health information (PHI) will be limited to the minimum necessary required to effectively perform the job.

• Demonstrates understanding of HIPAA privacy regulations by maintaining confidentiality of Protected Health Information (PHI).

• Demonstrates doing the right thing and doing things the right way is an underlying premise in all work-related activities and can identify location of the OTR code of ethics.

• Develops and maintains an awareness of how to report compliance issues and concerns. Identifies issues of wrong doing and promptly investigates and reports to immediate supervisor or Director of Regional Compliance. Assures an atmosphere and culture for staff to report issues wrong doing.

Professional Requirements:
• Adheres to dress code; appearance is neat and clean.
• Completes annual educational requirements.
• Maintains regulatory requirements.
• Reports to work on time and as scheduled; completes work within designated time frame.
• Participates in continuous quality improvement activities.
• Demonstrates a good working relationship with various departments of the programs.
• Interacts professionally with clients/families; answers billing and payment questions.
• Demonstrates the ability to be flexible, organized and function well in stressful situations.
• Accepts other assigned duties as needed.
• Receives Business Office mail and distributes it to the appropriate personnel.
• Answers the telephone in a courteous and professional manner. Directs calls appropriately.
Job Name : Alcohol & Drug Service Technician ($1,000 Retention Bonus) - CODA, Inc May 18 2017 9:50 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Alcohol & Drug Service Technicians make a difference by:
• Monitoring the behavior and location of patients, completing routine documentation and recording unusual or concerning behaviors that should be addressed by the clinical team.
• Assisting with planned and approved patient outings, providing transportation and ensuring program rules are followed during outings while serving as a positive role model for community-oriented behavior.
• Assisting patient with self-administration of medications per established procedures, including accurately recording all medication activities in the medication record.
• Performing and observing urine toxicology specimen collection following program procedures including strict adherence to protocols for testing same or differing genders.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
• Must have high school diploma or GED.
• 6 months of education, training, or experience in addictions treatment.
• A minimum of one year work experience in a clinical, medical, residential, office, or similar work environment as a member of a work team.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1340

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Clinical Supervisor May 18 2017 9:01 AM
Location of Job : Milwaukie, OR
Contact Information:
Patricia Ewing

intehlth@aol.com
Job Description:
Contact Information:
Patricia Ewing

intehlth@aol.com
Job Description:
Integrated Health Clinics, an Outpatient Substance Abuse facility that specializes in innovative treatment, is recruiting for a Clinical Supervisor who is ready to contribute new leadership to well established facility.

The qualified candidate must have a CADCll or CADClll, two years experience in Substance Abuse counseling including Medication Assisted Treatment, Alcohol and Drug Services including DUII and supervisory experience.

We are seeking a Clinical Supervisor who can build rapport, facilitate change, and provide an experience of recovery that motivates individuals; who can coach a clinical staff with strength, updates on current research in treatment modalities and resiliency to manage a fast paced and ever evolving clinical setting. IHC needs a candidate who is detail oriented with strong organizational skills, problem solving and decision making skills as well as strong analytical skills.

In addition, the Clinical Supervisor has a small caseload and is able to maintain accountability with administrative responsibilities. IHC needs a person who has experience in Quality Assurance, developing strategies to facilitate growth, efficiency, effectiveness and customer satisfaction.,

The Clinical Supervisor must be familiar with and willing to abide by the OAR's, Federal Guidelines and Accreditation (CARF) to assure compliance with the regulatory agencies. A person familiar with ASPIRE performance improvement plans would enhance your opportunity to be selected for this exciting position. The clinical team is ready for your leadership and this may be the opportunity that changes your life

Position is full time Monday thru Friday 6am-2:30pm. Highly Competitive hourly wage. Benefit package available after completion of 90 day probation period.

To apply send cover letter, resume and 3 professional references to:
Attention Pat Ewing, Executive Director at intehlth@aol.com
Job Name : Counselor May 18 2017 9:00 AM
Location of Job : Eugene, Oregon
Contact Information:
Patricia Ewing

ihceugene@aol.com
Job Description:
Location of Job : Eugene, Oregon
Contact Information:
Patricia Ewing Executive Director

Job Description:

Integrated Health Clinics of Eugene has an immediate opening for a counselor in a fast-paced out patient treatment program. Monday through Friday 6 am to 2:30 pm

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

Counselor will be required to provide group and individual counseling using evidenced based treatment, conduct intake assessments, develop treatment plans, provide coordination of care and make referrals to ancillary services.

QUALIFICATIONS:

CADC I or higher, must pass drug screen
Full time, Highly Competitive hourly wage, Benefit package available after completion of 90 day probation period
Email resume to ihc97401@aol.com
Job Name : Peer Support Specialist May 18 2017 7:59 AM
Location of Job : Portland
Contact Information:
Priscilla Arnett

priscilla.arnett@ccconcern.org
Job Description:
Central City Concern is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide comprehensive solutions to ending homelessness and achieving self-sufficiency. CCC provides many services, such as addiction treatment, employment, housing, mental health, primary care, and other related culturally specific services, to a diverse population. As an agency deeply rooted in recovery we have a keen interest in promoting and maintaining a Drug & Alcohol-Free Workplace. As part of our policy and commitment to a drug and alcohol-free workplace we conduct post-offer, pre-employment drug screens.

***Applicants must upload a cover letter and resume to their application in order to be considered for this opportunity**

TITLE: Peer Support Specialist/HOPE
DEPARTMENT: Supportive Housing
REPORTS TO: HOPE Program Supervisor
HOURS: Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm
SALARY: $17.00/per hour
SUMMARY: The HOPE program is a permanent housing project that places highly vulnerable and chronically homeless individuals and families into scattered-site apartments around the Portland Metro area. It is a housing first model and does not require clients to meet sobriety or income requirements before obtaining housing. It is a collaborative project with community partners NARA, TPI, JOIN, and Cascadia. The Peer Support Specialist works independently and as a member of a team to provide community and home/facility based health, recovery, and housing support services to individuals who are chronically homeless and whose health mental health, and socioeconomic issues prevent them from accessing housing on their own. The Peer Support Specialist works in collaboration with Native American Rehabilitation Association (NARA) HOPE staff to connect participants to social services, primary care, housing placement, and connections in the community that support housing and wellness retention. The Peer Support Specialist is a HOPE participant’s support person in navigating their path out of homelessness.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
1. High School or GED required.
2. Must be a certified recovery mentor or peer support specialist or be able to complete within one year.
3. Must have experience with issues involving homelessness, health, mental health, and addictions issues.
4. Experience working with Native American/Alaska Native population desired.
5. If a recovering chemically dependent person must be in a program of recovery and able to provide documentation of sobriety a minimum of two years.
6. Flexible work schedule required, including some evening and weekend work.
7. Will be required to carry an agency cell phone for work use. The cell phone will be provided by Central City Concern.
8. Must pass a pre-employment drug screen, TB test, and background check.
9. Physical ability to bend, stoop, kneel, squat, twist, reach, pull and lift heavy objects.
10. Must be able to climb stairs several times a day.
11. Sufficient manual dexterity and physical ability to perform assigned tasks.
12. Must possess a current drivers license, pass a DMV background check and be designated an “acceptable” driver as outlined in Central City Concern’s Fleet Safety Policy. Must pass an initial drivers training within 60 days of being an approved driver and continued recertification training.
13. Must adhere to agency’s non-discrimination policies.
14. Ability to effectively interact with co-workers and clients who have diverse ethnic or cultural backgrounds, religious views, political affiliations, lifestyles and sexual orientation and treat each person with respect and dignity.

HOW TO APPLY:
To view the full job description and apply visit:
www.centralcityconcern.org/jobs

***Applicants must upload a cover letter and resume to their application in order to be considered for this opportunity.***

CCC is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER and does not discriminate against applicants on the basis of race, gender, protected veteran’s status, disability, or any other protected class. Applicants seeking reasonable accommodation can contact the Human Resources department at 503-294-1681.

Job Name : Women's Outpatient Corrections Counselor May 18 2017 6:33 AM
Location of Job : Roseburg
Contact Information:
Amy Harris

amyha@adaptoregon.org
Job Description:
SIGNING BONUS!!!!!

Adapt in beautiful Southern Oregon is recruiting for a full time Substance Abuse Corrections Counselor for the Women's Outpatient program. The successful applicant will receive a generous signing bonus and also be eligible for help with moving expenses.

At minimum, the qualified individual will be a CADC II and have a Bachelors Degree in a Behavior Sciences field. Preference will be given to applicants with 3+ years working in the addictions treatment field. Mental Health experience is a plus. Advanced certifications & licenses will reflect in starting salary.

The successful applicant will receive a generous signing bonus and also be eligible for help with moving expenses. Competitive salary and great benefits . Adapt offers two insurance plans to all eligible Full-Time employees and their families, in which Adapt currently pays 100% of the premiums. In addition, a 401K plan is available to all employees and contributed to by Adapt after a specified time of employment.

Come join our progressive, growing, positive work environment!

To be considered, please send resume and cover letter to the e-mail listed.

Job Type: Full-time

Required education:
Bachelor's

Required experience:
Counseling: 1 year

Required license or certification:
CADC II
Job Name : Certified A&D Counselor ($1,000 Retention Bonus!) - CODA, Inc. May 17 2017 13:05 PM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselors make a difference by:
• Providing clinical services to individuals diagnosed with substance use disorders or co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders as indicated in the individual's treatment plan.
• Conducting substance use treatment intakes and assessments, and determine medical necessity for substance use treatment including screening for detoxification needs, providing diagnostic evaluation of substance use disorders, and evaluating placement within ASAM criteria.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•At least 2 years of experience in a similar or closely related role.
•Bachelor's Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Criminal Justice, or closely related area of study and an additional 3 years of experience in a related role (5 years total).
• CADC I, II, & III certifications accepted.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1265

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Male Recovery Mentor May 17 2017 12:36 PM
Location of Job : Washington County
Contact Information:
Washington County Program Manager

bridgesmentorjobs@bridgestochange.com
Job Description:
Please send cover letter with resume to bridgesmentorjobs@bridgestochange.com and reference the job title in the subject line.

JOB TITLE: Washington County Male Recovery Mentor – Full Time

REPORTS TO: Bridges to Change Washington County Program Manager

Founded in 2004, Bridges to Change is a Mission driven agency with a focus on addictions recovery both in the clients we serve and in providing meaningful employment for individuals in recovery. Bridges to Change partners with four counties and community organizations to serve people in need of housing, mentors, and treatment.

JOB SUMMARY:
The Recovery Mentor is responsible for providing mentoring support to men who are in custody, or have been recently released from custody, and assigned to Washington County Community Corrections. Working in close partnership with other BTC staff, Probation and Parole Officers, and community partners, the Recovery Mentor acts as a role model and documents the progress for each of their clients.

SUMMARY DUTIES & EXPECTATIONS:
Ability to maintain high professional standards at all times with client, staff, and community partners.
• Act as a role model for mentees.
• Participate in weekly staff meetings.
• Maintain accurate and timely reports.
• Facilitate classes and groups as assigned.
• Keep administrative staff informed of any task you are performing outside the scope of your job description.
• Attend recovery related meetings with mentees as assigned during business hours.
• Connect mentees to other community resources.
• Transport clients to recovery meetings and help them to develop a support network.
• Help clients build a recovery program.
• Help clients develop full time employment, and housing if needed.
• Work forty hours weekly.
• Interact well with staff and clients.

REQUIREMENTS:
A passion for the mission of Bridges to Change.
GED/ High School Diploma required. Associates or Bachelor’s degree or comparable work experience preferred.
CRM certification or obtain within 90 days of hire.
Familiarity with Oregon corrections and probation and parole systems.
Past experience being on probation or parole.
Excellent communication and conflict resolution skills.
Ability to work and thrive in dynamic environments and under pressure.
Ability to hold others accountable with compassion.
Ability to adapt in order to offer trauma-informed care to mentees.
Experience setting and maintaining clear boundaries.
Familiarity with various resources.
Able to introduce mentees to various models of recovery.
Maintain some form of a personal recovery support program in order to be able to articulate and role model for mentees.
As a peer in recovery, mentor must be able to document more than two years continuous clean and sober time with a verifiable program of recovery.
Basic computer skills including Word, Excel, Outlook.

WORKING CONDITIONS:
• Evenings, weekends, and travel may be required for this position.
• The ability to lift, carry or otherwise move objects of up to 25 pounds on a regular basis, and occasionally up to 50 pounds is also necessary.
• Must have a current and valid driver’s license.
• Requires the use of a personal vehicle to provide transportation for clients.

DISCLAIMER:
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.
Job Name : Onsite Case Manager/House Manager II May 17 2017 12:34 PM
Location of Job : SE Portland
Contact Information:
Special Programs Manager

shannon@bridgestochange.com
Job Description:
Send resume and cover letter to shannon@bridgestochange.com.

JOB TITLE: On-Site Case Manager/House Manager II

REPORTS TO: Special Programs Manager

LOCATION: SE Portland

Founded in 2004, Bridges to Change is a Mission driven agency with a focus on addictions recovery both in the clients we serve and in providing meaningful employment for individuals in recovery. In partnership with county and other community organizations, Bridges to Change serves individuals and families experiencing homelessness, addictions, mental health and poverty in the Portland Tri-County region.

JOB SUMMARY
This recruitment is for a gender specific position working with women. In collaboration with BTC staff and other community partners, this position will work directly with women in mental health and addiction stabilization housing program. This position requires the ability to live on site and have flexible work hours.

SUMMARY DUTIES & EXPECTATIONS
Maintain a healthy, alcohol/drug free environment
Establish a positive relationship withresidents, with mutual trust and respect
Have the ability to interact with people from diverse backgrounds
Maintain regular interaction, offer Act as a guide, advocate and role model for residents
Have the ability to identify and solve problems, to formulate ideas and come up with creative solutionsboth independently and
Work as a household to maintain property and grounds
Give random, observedgender specific UA’s as needed or necessary
Post and rotate chores for household
Conduct weekly house meetings to build community and as a method of problem solving
Attend monthly house manager meeting and order appropriate household supplies
Resource and referral coordination both in addiction and mental healthservices
Monitor access to medications
Provide life-skills training to residents, including but not limited to, cooking, cleaningand pro-social behavior
Introduce residents to and engage them in recovery & pro-social activities

REQUIREMENTS: 
A passion for the mission of Bridges to Change
GED/ High School Diploma required
Crisis intervention experience
If in recovery, 2year clean/sober with a verifiable program of recovery
Excellentcommunication and conflict resolution skills
Ability to work and thrive in dynamicenvironments and under pressure
Ability to maintain high professional standards at all times with client, staff, and community partners
Ability to hold others accountable with compassion
Experience setting and maintaining clear boundaries
The ability to keep accurate records
Exceptional interpersonal skills

WORKING CONDITIONS
Live-in position requiring overnight, some evening & weekendhours
The ability to lift, carry or otherwise move objects of up to25 pounds on a regular basis, and occasionally up to 50 pounds is also necessary
Must have a current and valid driver’slicense
Pass background and driving history checks
Requires the use of a personal vehicle to provide transportation for clients

DISCLAIMER
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.
Job Name : Female Recovery Mentor May 17 2017 12:32 PM
Location of Job : Multnomah County
Contact Information:
Clinical Supervisor

fpena@bridgestochange.com
Job Description:
Please send resume and cover letter to fpena@bridgestochange.com and reference the job title in the subject line.

JOB TITLE: Female IOP Recovery Mentor- Temporary Full-time with potential to develop into a permanent position

REPORTS TO: Clinical Supervisor

LOCATION: Multnomah County

Hourly, Non-Exempt

JOB SUMMARY:
This Recovery Mentor position is temporary and gender-specific. The recovery mentor will support women who have substance abuse and mental health disorders and are enrolled in intensive outpatient treatment services. Working closely with community partners and onsite case managers, the Recovery Mentor acts as a role model and documents the progress for each client. The Recovery Mentor assists women in engaging in addiction recovery activities and developing mental health recovery support in various communities. This temporary assignment is expected to last 2-3 months, with the possibility to develop into a long-term position.

SUMMARY DUTIES & EXPECTATIONS:
Ability to maintain high professional standards at all times with client, staff, and community partners.
Act as a role model for mentees.
Participate in weekly staff meetings.
Maintain accurate and timely reports.
Facilitate classes and groups as assigned.
Keep administrative staff informed of any task you are performing outside the scope of your job description.
Attend recovery related meetings with mentees as assigned during business hours.
Connect mentees to other community resources.
Transport clients to recovery meetings and help them to develop a support network.
Help clients build a recovery program.
Help clients develop full time employment, and housing if needed.
Work forty hours weekly.
Interact well with staff and clients.
Complete daily progress notes in electronic medical records system.
Work in a friendly, collaborative manner with BTC program partners.
Serve as a contact person in the community for the BTC Program.
Abide by agency policies and procedures and all relevant state and federal treatment regulations and standards.
Attend and actively participate in individual and group supervision, daily contact meetings with the treatment team, weekly BTC staffing’s and other meetings as assigned by the Director of Treatment services.
Maintain current certifications; participate in required training as needed.
Participate with team members (clinical, administrative and BTC) in a manner that contributes to healthy team functioning.
Other duties as assigned by the Clinical Supervisor.

REQUIREMENTS:
GED/High School Diploma; Associates Degree or equivalent experience preferred
CRM Certification
Past experience being in treatment and familiarity with substance use disorder treatment
Free of any type of supervision, in any state.
Excellent communication and conflict resolution skills
Computer literate: functional ability with Microsoft office; experience with electronic medical records system preferred

WORKING CONDITIONS:
Evenings, weekends, and travel are required for this position.
The ability to lift, carry or otherwise move objects of up to 25 pounds on a regular basis, and occasionally up to 50 pounds is also necessary.
Must have a current and valid driver’s license.
Requires the use of a personal vehicle to provide transportation for clients

DISCLAIMER
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.
Job Name : Male Recovery Mentor May 17 2017 12:30 PM
Location of Job : Multnomah County
Contact Information:
Multnomah County Program Manager

bridgesmentorjobs@bridgestochange.com
Job Description:
To apply, email your resume and cover letter to bridgesmentorjobs@bridgestochange.com and reference the job title in the subject line.

JOB TITLE: Male Recovery Mentor

REPORTS TO: County Program Manager

Founded in 2004, Bridges to Change is a Mission driven agency with a focus on addictions recovery both in the clients we serve and in providing meaningful employment for individuals in recovery. Bridges to Change partners with four counties and community organizations to serve people in need of housing, mentors, and treatment.

JOB SUMMARY:
This full-time Recovery Mentor position is gender-specific. The mentor will be part of the Bridges to Change Multnomah County Team. The mentor will be providing peer recovery support to men who have substance abuse disorders and/or have been recently released from custody. Working in close partnership with Probation and Parole Officers, community partners and onsite recovery home case managers, the Recovery Mentor acts as a peer role model and documents the progress for each client. The Recovery Mentor assists men in engaging in addiction recovery activities and developing recovery support in various communities.

SUMMARY DUTIES & EXPECTATIONS
Act as a role model for mentees.
Participate in weekly supervisions and meetings as assigned.
Maintain accurate and timely reports.
Facilitate classes and skills groups as assigned.
Perform random and as-needed urine drug screenings.
Keep administrative staff informed of any task you are performing outside the scope of your job description.
Abides by policies and procedures, confidentiality laws, professional boundaries, and peer support principles.
Attend various models of community support activities with mentees.
Connect mentees to various models of recovery support, community resources and help them to develop a support network.
Assess for needs and develop transition plans.
Transport mentees as needed and help them develop self-sufficiency.
Help mentees develop full time employment and housing as needed.
Work forty hours weekly.
Interact well with staff and clients.

REQUIREMENTS:
A passion for the mission of Bridges to Change.
A working knowledge of the professional role of recovery mentor.
Familiarity with Oregon corrections and probation and parole systems.
Past experience being on probation or parole.
GED/ High School Diploma required. Associates degree or equivalent job experience preferred.
Certified in a Oregon State Mental Health and Addictions approved training as a Certified Recovery Mentor within 90 days of hire.
Openly identifies as one in recovery who is willing to be a role model with personal experience of using addiction recovery support and mental health services.
Free of any type of supervision for criminal activity of any kind, in any state for 1 year minimum.
Excellent communication and conflict resolution skills.
Ability to work and thrive in dynamic environments and under pressure.
Ability to maintain high professional standards at all times with client, staff, and community partners.
Ability to hold others accountable with compassion.
Ability to adapt in order to offer trauma-informed care to mentees.
Experience setting and maintaining clear boundaries.
Familiarity with various resources.
Able to introduce mentees to various models of recovery.
Maintain some form of a personal recovery support program in order to be able to articulate and role model for mentees.
As a peer in recovery, mentor must be able to document more than two years continuous clean and sober time with a verifiable program of recovery.
Basic computer skills including Word, Excel, Outlook.

WORKING CONDITIONS
Evenings, weekends, and travel may be required for this position.
The ability to lift, carry or otherwise move objects of up to 25 pounds on a regular basis.
The ability to occasionally lift, carry or otherwise move objects of up to up to 50 pounds.
Must have a current and valid driver’s license.
Requires the use of a personal vehicle to provide transportation for mentees.

DISCLAIMER
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.
Job Name : Counselor May 17 2017 12:03 PM
Location of Job : Portland, OR- Columbia River Correctional Institute
Contact Information:
Nicole Triplett

Nicole.R.Triplett@doc.state.or.us
Job Description:
JOB POSTING ANNOUNCEMENT
Position Title: Counselor
Department: Columbia River Correctional Institution- WestCare
Location: Portland, OR

Person in this position will be responsible for day-to-day assessment and treatment program functions, and flow of program activities. Essential job functions include those listed below. Other duties may be assigned as needed.
Essential Job Functions:
• Responsible for managing a caseload of clients; providing individual counseling, assessment, treatment planning, release/transition planning, coordinate with ODOC staff, attend weekly staff meetings, document all client progress.
• Facilitate multiple treatment groups weekly;
• Participate in monthly quality assurance file reviews as assigned by Program Director;
• Complete all all intakes, clinical documentation, discharge summaries, Community Re-entry Checklist, continued care plans, and all other required documentation in a timely manner;
• Comply with 42 CFR part 2, and 45 CFR (HIPAA) regulations and other Federal, State and local policies, rules, and standards regarding the protection of paper and computer-based information and its transfer WestCare and any other program;
• Fill in for other counselors during times they may be unavailable due to illness, training etc.;
• Provide daily, weekly and monthly client reports as requested;
• Role model ethical and professional behaviors and standards;
• Attend all staff and joint WestCare/ODOC meetings ass assigned;
• Engage in on-going professional development;
• Embrace and embody the mission, vision, guiding principles, clinical vision and goals of WestCare Foundation, and
• Perform other duties as assigned.

Essential Qualifications:
• One (1) year TC experience (preferred);
• Three (3) years counseling experience (preferred);
• Knowledge of Evidence-Based curriculums used within a corrections setting;
• Knowledge of community based housing and resources for corrections clients;
• Must be capable of obtaining and interpreting information regarding the inmate’s bio-psychosocial spiritual needs, and is knowledgeable about the bio-psychosocial spiritual dimensions of alcohol and other drug disorders, including assessment of the inmate’s stage of change;
• Must possess knowledge of chemical dependency, substance abuse and personality dynamics of the substance abuser including knowledge of cultural and criminal sub-cultures;
• Must possess strong boundaries;
• Must possess knowledge of cognitive behavioral approach to treatment/care/services
• Must possess excellent documentation and communication skills;
• Must have ability to obtain prison clearance;
• CPR certification, First Aid Certification and an annual tuberculosis test.

Education/Certification:
• Current CADC II certification.
• Bachelor’s Degree in social science related field preferred.
• Moral Reconation Therapy group facilitator certification strongly requested.

Working Conditions:
• Work is primarily performed in an in-prison treatment setting.
Job Name : Certified Medical Assistant - CODA, Inc. May 17 2017 11:10 AM
Location of Job : Portland Metro Area
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Certified Medical Assistants make a difference by:
•Preparing patients for examination by Licensed Medical Professional by performing vital signs, medication reconciliation, EKGs, phlebotomy as indicated, and giving patients medical history forms. Assist patients filling out medical history forms if they are unable to complete by themselves.
•Scheduling appointments by making arrangements with the program facility, verifying times with patients, preparing charts, pre-admission and consent forms.
•Coordinating care in the form of requesting of records, communicating progress, acting as liaison between internal and external influences, gathering of information, and preparing reports.
•Assisting medical staff in monitoring patient medical status, measuring patient vital signs, and performing other routine medical procedures as direct by LMP; maintain up to date documentation of observations and evaluations in patient electronic medical record.
•Administering injectable medication as delegated by LMP, monitor progress and side effects.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•High school diploma or GED certificate.
•Minimum two years of experience in an ambulatory care outpatient, primary care, or urgent care environment and with an ongoing patient panel.
•CMA Certification and/or completion of coursework needed to attain the required licensure for this position.
•Ability to perform blood draws.
•Ability to travel to various sites as needed.

Apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1291

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Staff Nurse ($1,000 Retention Bonus!) - CODA, Inc. May 17 2017 9:11 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Staff Nurses make a difference by:
•Contacting licensed medical professional (LMP) for newly admitted patients, reporting medical status and requesting individual medication orders as appropriate for program.
•Monitoring patient medical status, measuring patient vital signs and performing other routine medical procedures; maintaining up to date documentation of observations and evaluations in patient electronic medical record.
•Following protocols as established by LMP.
•Administering and reviewing PPD (Tuberculosis testing for purified protein derivative).
•Performing patient care activities within scope, according to licensed medical professional's patient care instructions, medication orders, and other established patient care orders.
•Collecting urinalysis sample, performing rapid toxicology screening, and collecting blood samples according to established policies.
•Safely dispensing medication as prescribed and continue to monitor patient for potential side effects.
•Evaluating and assessing medical stability of established patients within program expectations and professional scope, identifying any special needs or circumstances that require licensed medical professional notification.
•Recognizing and initiating appropriate response to crisis or emergency situations. Lifting patient if necessary for safety

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•Current, unencumbered Oregon Registered Nurse (RN) or Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) licensure. Completion of an accredited nursing education program that includes at least 500 hours of direct patient contact.
•Practical training in phlebotomy.
•Current Oregon or Washington driver's license.
•Crisis prevention certification (such as CPI) within six months of hire.
•Basic Life Support (BLS) certification or ability to acquire within one month of hire

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1334

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Addictions Counselor May 17 2017 9:08 AM
Location of Job : Gladstone OR
Contact Information:
Mike Gedicke

mgedicke@northwestbhs.com
Job Description:
Job Type: Full-Time
Location: Gladstone, Oregon
Salary Type: $14 Hourly (with your CADC): Depending on experience and accreditation

Northwest Behavioral Healthcare Services is recruiting for qualified candidates to fill full-time positions as an Addictions Counselor.

Overview:
We are a secure, inpatient, dual diagnosis facility that serves the Northwest and beyond, providing solution focused therapy as our primary treatment philosophy for teenagers in crisis. Addictions Counselors play a direct therapeutic role in our clients’ treatment, offering and implementing positive reinforcement, motivational interviewing, and ASM assessment criterion, offering the highest standard of residential treatment for clients in recovery. Applicants can expect to implement dual diagnosis treatment, participate as a member of a multi-disciplinary treatment team to assess clients’ needs and treatment planning. Addiction Counselors must be able to implement crisis prevention interventions, collaborate with treatment team and clients to accomplish a therapeutic relapse prevention plan, prior to discharge. Applicants must also demonstrate age-specific, diagnostic-specific, and cultural-specific needs of the population served.

Responsibilities:
• Provide individual client care, case-specific interventions rooted in solution focused and motivational interviewing modalities
• Implement program services, rules, and protocols
• Interview and complete ASM specific assessment criterion, determining level of care necessitated by client’s bio, psycho, and social context
• Conduct Chemical Dependency group therapy; educational, relapse prevention, and experiential based therapy is preferred
• Participate as a member of the multi-disciplinary treatment team to assess clients’ needs and treatment planning

Qualifications:
If you are interested in being a part of an energetic, positive, and passionate team of counselors, therapists, and medical staff, we are accepting applicants that are like minded. Potential Addiction Counselors must also be able to work professionally and positively with others, while promoting team building within the client and staff community. Two years mental health and chemical dependency experience with adolescents in a residential or other treatment setting is preferred. CADC I certificate is required for this position, however CADC II is preferred.

Employment Contingencies:
• Must be able to clear a criminal back ground check
• Must be able to pass a full drug screen.
• If in recovery, must be able to provide documentation or references showing 2 years of consecutive and current sobriety.
• Documentation of credentialing must be submitted prior to orientation
Job Name : Child Care Provider May 17 2017 8:51 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR, USA 97030
Contact Information:
Jocelyn Lovenburg

jocelynl@lifeworksnw.org
Job Description:
The Child Care Provider position will work at LifeWorks NW's Certified Community Behavioral Healthcare Clinics (CCBHC).

PURPOSE: Assist clinical staff with social skill building and activities for small children's development. Work with ages from birth to 6 years old. Work with children that may have emotional and behavioral problems due to prenatal exposure to drugs/alcohol. Some of the children have experienced domestic violence, family chemical dependency, and previously in foster homes.

DAYS/HOURS: This is a part-time position working 20 hours per week. The hours/days are currently Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 1: 00 pm. The hours may be changing in the coming months

QUALIFICATIONS:

Two years previous experience working in a childcare setting preferred.
Must have good verbal and written communication skills.
Must have basic computer skills.


LifeWorks NW believes that diversity strengthens our workforce and empowers our community. LifeWorks NW is an EEO/AA employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other status in accordance with law.

www.lifeworksnw.org
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For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website.

https://www.applicantpro.com/j/576350-80054
Job Name : Child and Family Therapist - 575878 May 17 2017 8:51 AM
Location of Job : Portland (Rockwood and St. Johns area), OR, USA 97236
Contact Information:
Chris Goforth

chris.goforth@lifeworksnw.org
Job Description:
LifeWorks NW's Child and Family Outpatient Services provide therapy, mental health assessments and treatment planning, medication management, skills training and consultation.

PURPOSE: Assesses and diagnoses children and adolescents ages 3 to 18. Provides appropriate treatment and/or consultation with families, care providers, and community partners about treatment options.

Days/Hours - This position is split between Rockwood and St. John's.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Master's degree in Psychology, Counseling, Social Work, or a mental health related field (QMHP) required.
More than 1 year experience in broad range of clinical interventions and mental health assessment specific to children, adolescents and families.
Bilingual (English/Spanish) skills preferred, but not required.
Demonstrated ability to conduct an assessment, including identifying precipitating events, gathering histories of mental and physical health, alcohol and other drug use, past mental health services and criminal justice contacts, assessing family, social and working relationships and conducting a mental status examination; complete a five-axis DSM diagnosis; write and supervise the implementation of an Individual Service and Support Plan; and provide individual, family and/or group therapy within the scope of their training.
Demonstrated effective communication skills and ability to provide culturally-competent treatment services to diverse client populations and maintain a cooperative working relationship with others in a culturally diverse environment.
Demonstrated ability in providing case management services and compliance with confidentially in accordance with federal, state and/or funding source requirements.
Knowledge of community resources and treatment agencies enabling appropriate referrals for specific client needs.
Knowledge of medications commonly used by client population.
Proficient in Microsoft Outlook and Word. Ability to master proprietary software required, including electronic health record system.


LifeWorks NW believes that diversity strengthens our workforce and empowers our community.
LifeWorks NW is an EEO/AA employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other status in accordance with law.
www.lifeworksnw.org

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For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website.

https://www.applicantpro.com/j/575878-80054
Job Name : Counselor A&D ($1,000 Retention Bonus) - CODA, Inc. May 17 2017 8:40 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Counselor A&D make a difference by:
•Carrying a caseload of clients and engage in treatment planning using a strength-based and motivational approach.
•Planning and implement client interventions.
•Providing individual and group counseling per productivity standards.
•Monitoring and track client progress; implement outreach efforts to maintain client's engagement in the treatment process.
•Providing resource information and referral to clients.
•Providing coordination of care with community partners and adjunct service providers.
•May coordinate services such as insurance re-authorization or attend community meetings as directed.
•Providing timely and accurate clinical documentation including progress summaries and session notes in compliance with agency and regulatory standards.
•Adhering to regulatory requirements and maintain professional, ethical, and behavioral standards of conduct, especially during critical periods

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
• Education and/or training in drug and alcohol addictions programs
• Relevant experience with addictions and/or mental health responsibilities
• CADC-1 certification or the ability to become certified within 6 months of hire.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills with the ability to articulate clinical concepts and program outcomes

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1272

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Substance Abuse Intensive Day Treatment Counselor (Co-ed) May 17 2017 7:04 AM
Location of Job : Springfield
Contact Information:
Eva Williams

humanresources@wfts.org
Job Description:
Job Opening

Position: Substance Abuse Intensive Day Treatment Counselor (Co-ed)
Stationed at: Willamette Family outpatient clinic
1651 Centennial, Springfield
Job type: Full time, 8-5pm Monday-Friday
Salary/wage: Consistent with experience and certification level.
Supervisor: Eva Williams
$500.00 signing bonus at 90 days, additional $500.00 upon successful probationary period at 6 months.
PROGRAM SUMMARY:
The Substance Abuse DAY TX Counselor provides addiction treatment counseling to men and women in a highly intensive non-residential environment. Day tx is considered ASAM level II.5 with service delivered 5 days per week, 4-5 hours per day.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Oregon state certification (CADC) is required of all counselors, or demonstration of active progress towards certification within timelines as defined: Oregon Administrative Rules (OAR’s)
2. If recovering from alcohol/drug addiction, must provide documentation of sobriety for a minimum of two years.
3. Must pass a required criminal records background check
4. Must possess a valid Oregon driver’s license and is company insurance eligible.
5. Must adhere to the agency’s non-discrimination policies
6. Ability to effectively interact with co-workers, clients, and others with diverse ethnic backgrounds, religious views, political affiliation, cultural backgrounds, life-styles, and sexual orientations and treat each individual with respect and dignity.
7. Typing 25 words per minute minimum
8. Demonstration of competence in the treatment of SUDS as defined: OAR

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:
1. Interact with the service population providing individual and group therapy
2. Facilitate a number of experiential activities including Equine Therapy and Tai Chi.
3. Provide educational presentations on substance abuse and other related issues.
4. Service planning, file management, and record keeping per OAR’s and program policy.
5. Serve as a liaison between WF and other service agencies.
6. Provide culturally appropriate services, implemented within the context of social, cultural, racial, gender-specific sensitivity and understanding
7. Provide transportation in company vehicles if needed
8. Participate in clinical staff meetings.
9. Assess ongoing needs of individuals and make appropriate referrals.
10. Provide immediate crisis intervention and assistance in developing safety plans.
11. Provide case management services including transitional services
12. Participate in weekly supervision sessions with clinical supervisor.
13. Provide comprehensive authorization reviews for insurance companies
14. Complete necessary requirements in order to maintain certification and competency level.
15. Ad hoc assignments as requested

SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
1. Knowledge and understanding of substance addiction as a progressive disease
2. Knowledge, understanding, and expertise in providing effective, evidence-based substance addiction treatment services
3. Knowledge, skill, and experience in evidence based interventions including Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and other trauma-informed treatment
4. Required knowledge in ASAM-PPC 2R, OAR’s, 42 CFR Part 2/HIPAA.
5. Above average skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office software applications including Outlook, as well as navigating Electronic Medical Records software
6. Professional written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills.
7. Effective problem solving skills.
8. Ability to follow oral and written directions and to apply techniques for special needs
9. Knowledge of de-escalation methods
10. Flexibility in responding to changing needs and requirements
11. Ability to work in an environment where people may be verbally hostile and/or abusive
12. Ability to manage time and meet deadlines
13. Ability to maintain accurate records and necessary paperwork


EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Willamette Family, Inc. prohibits discrimination on the basis of any characteristics protected by applicable local, state or Federal laws and any agency policy including, but not limited to, discrimination based upon race, color, religion, national origin, sex, or sexual orientation.


Job Name : Substance Abuse Outpatient Assessment Counselor May 17 2017 7:02 AM
Location of Job : Eugene
Contact Information:
Brian Nelson

humanresources@wfts.org
Job Description:
Substance Abuse Outpatient Assessment Counselor
Location: 149 W 12th Ave, Eugene, Oregon 97401
Job schedule: Full time, 40 hours per week.
Wage: Counselor 1 $14.00-$16.00 per hr., Counselor 2 $16.00-$18.00 per hr., Counselor 3 (CADC III AND QMHP) $19.00-$21.00 per hr.
Benefits: The SA counselor position is eligible for a generous benefits package commencing at 90 days.
Reports: Manager of Outpatient Treatment, Brian Nelson
$500.00 signing bonus at 90 days, additional $500.00 upon successful probationary period at 6 months.

JOB DESCRIPTION
The Outpatient Counselor is responsible for developing personalized recovery plans that help to establish healthy behaviors and provide coping skills in individuals that suffer from Substance Use Disorders.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Present as the primary addiction counselor for SUDS services.
• Group counseling: Provide individuals with support in a group setting.
• Facilitate educational presentations.
• Individual counseling: Assist in the management, resolution, and reduction of substance use.
• Serve as a liaison between WF and other individual monitoring agencies.
• Provide culturally sensitive and relevant services to individuals and their families.
• Maintain a high level of ongoing knowledge and education regarding SUDS. Complete any necessary requirements to maintain certification.
• Participate in supervision sessions with Clinical Supervisor.
• Insuring that accurate clinical records are kept and completed in timely manners consistent with OAR’s, and Willamette Family Inc. Outpatient policies.
• General office duties: make copies, send faxes, and occasionally assist an individual to complete forms.
• Complete any tasks assigned by the Dept. Supervisor and the Outpatient Director.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
Knowledge, skills and abilities demonstrating competence through experience or education in the following essential job functions:
• Competence in the treatment of SUDS
• Required knowledge in ASAM-PPC 2R, OAR’s, and 42 CFR Part 2/HIPAA.
• Knowledge of Office 2007 software applications including Outlook
• Maintenance of filing systems.
• Ability or able to gain the ability to utilize electronic health record.
• Must have ability to pass criminal background check.
QUALIFICATIONS:
• CADC I or above is required to perform duties associated with this position.
• For an individual recovering from the disease of addiction, continuous abstinence under independent living conditions for the immediate past 2 years.


. Willamette Family Inc. prohibits discrimination on the basis of any characteristics protected by applicable local, state, federal laws and any agency policy including, but not limited to, discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, or sexual orientation.
Job Name : Substance Abuse Outpatient Counselor May 17 2017 7:01 AM
Location of Job : Eugene
Contact Information:
Brian Nelson

humanresources@wfts.org
Job Description:
Position: Substance Abuse Outpatient Counselor
Location: 149 W 12th Ave, Eugene, Oregon 97401
Job schedule: Full time, 40 hours per week.
Wage: Counselor 1 $14.00-$16.00 per hr., Counselor 2 $16.00-$18.00 per hr., Counselor 3 (CADC III AND QMHP) $19.00-$21.00 per hr.
Benefits: The SA counselor position is eligible for a generous benefits package commencing at 90 days.
Reports: Manager of Outpatient Treatment, Brian Nelson
$500.00 signing bonus at 90 days, additional $500.00 upon successful probationary period at 6 months.

JOB DESCRIPTION
The Outpatient Counselor is responsible for developing personalized recovery plans that help to establish healthy behaviors and provide coping skills in individuals that suffer from Substance Use Disorders.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Present as the primary addiction counselor for SUDS services.
• Group counseling: Provide individuals with support in a group setting.
• Facilitate educational presentations.
• Individual counseling: Assist in the management, resolution, and reduction of substance use.
• Serve as a liaison between WF and other individual monitoring agencies.
• Provide culturally sensitive and relevant services to individuals and their families.
• Maintain a high level of ongoing knowledge and education regarding SUDS. Complete any necessary requirements to maintain certification.
• Participate in supervision sessions with Clinical Supervisor.
• Insuring that accurate clinical records are kept and completed in timely manners consistent with OAR’s, and Willamette Family Inc. Outpatient policies.
• General office duties: make copies, send faxes, and occasionally assist an individual to complete forms.
• Complete any tasks assigned by the Dept. Supervisor and the Outpatient Director.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
Knowledge, skills and abilities demonstrating competence through experience or education in the following essential job functions:
• Competence in the treatment of SUDS
• Required knowledge in ASAM-PPC 2R, OAR’s, and 42 CFR Part 2/HIPAA.
• Knowledge of Office 2007 software applications including Outlook
• Maintenance of filing systems.
• Ability or able to gain the ability to utilize electronic health record.
• Must have ability to pass criminal background check.
QUALIFICATIONS:
• CADC I or above is required to perform duties associated with this position.
• For an individual recovering from the disease of addiction, continuous abstinence under independent living conditions for the immediate past 2 years.


. Willamette Family Inc. prohibits discrimination on the basis of any characteristics protected by applicable local, state, federal laws and any agency policy including, but not limited to, discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, or sexual orientation
Job Name : Substance Abuse Clinical Supervisor for Outpatient Treatment May 17 2017 7:00 AM
Location of Job : Eugene
Contact Information:
Brian Nelson

humanresources@wfts.org
Job Description:
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

Position: Substance Abuse Clinical Supervisor for Outpatient Treatment
Stationed at: 149 W. 12th Ave. Eugene, OR 97401
Job type: Full time
Salary: depending on experience
Supervisor: Brian Nelson Manager for Admissions and Outpatient Treatment

Benefits: The Clinical Supervisor is eligible for a generous benefits package commencing at 3-months. Package includes medical, dental, 403(b), sick and vacation paid time off, life, and a minimum of 2 hours of professional development and training available per month.

$500.00 signing bonus at 90 days, additional $500.00 upon successful probationary period at 6 months.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
• Demonstration of competence through experience and education in leadership, wellness, oversight and evaluation of services, staff development, individual service and support planning, case management and coordination, utilization of community resources, group, family and individual therapy or counseling documentation and rationale for services to promote intended outcomes and implementation of all provider policies.
• Oregon state certification, CADC II or above is required as defined in OAR 309-019-0125 (4) (a) (A-C) for “Clinical Supervisor” and Willamette Family policy.
• Minimum competency must be demonstrated as defined in: OAR 309-019-0125 (4) (c) (A-C)with the addition of one of the following qualifications:
(i) Five years of paid full-time experience in the field of alcohol and other drug counseling; or
(ii) A Bachelor's degree and four years of paid full-time experience in the social services field, with a minimum of two years of direct alcohol and other drug counseling experience; or
(iii) A Master's degree and three years of paid full-time experience in the social services field with a minimum of two years of direct alcohol and other drug counseling experience.
• Able to meet qualifications for “Qualified Mental Health Associate” (QMHA)
• For an individual recovering from the disease of addiction, continuous abstinence for at least the past two years and demonstration of as defined: OAR 309-019-0125 (10).

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Provides weekly 1:1 clinical supervision for addiction treatment counselors who possess the required CADC certifications as specified in the OAR’s and agency policy
• Assures that Evidence Based Practices are taught and implemented with fidelity
• Provides 1:1 clinical case supervision to assure that each individual is receiving quality care and treatment that is appropriate to their unique circumstances and needs
• Assures that culturally appropriate services are implemented within the context of social, cultural, racial, gender-specific sensitivity and understanding
• Assures that treatment staff practice and are held to the highest ethical professional standards
• Facilitates weekly group supervision and direction to addiction treatment counselors
• Provides direction, participates in quality assurance reviews to assure program compliance with rules and policies
• Communicates and integrates agency mission, goals, policies and procedures into daily practice
• Teaches, coaches and mentors the professional development of each supervisee
• Initiates individualized developmental plans for each clinician to facilitate mastery of evidence based practices, adherence to fidelity of intervention used, and to continually build clinical skills
• Participates as a member of the Supervisory Team to integrate Residential treatment and services into an effective continuum of care that focuses on health and wellness
• Assures security measures are taken to protect Individual Service Records in accordance with OAR’s, 42 CFR Part 2 and HIPAA.
• Serve as a liaison between WF and other service agencies.
• Maintain a high level of ongoing knowledge and education regarding addiction treatment.
• Complete necessary requirements in order to maintain certification.
• Complete any tasks assigned by the Senior Program Manager, Program Director and Executive Director.


REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
Knowledge, skills and abilities demonstrating competence through experience or education in the following essential job functions:
• Addiction treatment service best practices
• Required knowledge in ASAM-PPC 2R, OAR’s, 42 CFR Part 2/HIPAA.
• Knowledge of Office 2010 software applications including Outlook.
• Has knowledge, skill, and experience in evidence based interventions including Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and other trauma-informed treatment practices
• Has ability to train, coach, mentor, observe, and monitor clinical staff to insure that they are providing quality client services
• Has ability to train, monitor, and take appropriate actions to insure that clinical staff meet the agency policies, procedures and requirements of their position
• Has ability to follow oral and written directions and to apply techniques for special needs
• Has knowledge of de-escalation methods
• Has flexibility in responding to changing needs and requirements
• Has ability to work in an environment where people may be verbally hostile and/or abusive
• Effectively manages time and meets deadlines
• Proficient in clinical documentation
• Professional written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills.

Willamette Family Inc. prohibits discrimination on the basis of any characteristics protected by applicable local, state, federal laws and any agency policy including, but not limited to, discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, or sexual orientation.

* Applicants with questions regarding qualifications, duties, responsibilities, knowledge, skills and abilities should inquire.
Inquiries to: Brian Nelson – BrianN@wfts.org
To apply: Submit resume attention: Brian Nelson,, 149 W. 12th Ave, Eugene OR 97402


Job Name : Office Coordinator ($1,000 Retention Bonus!) - CODA, Inc. May 17 2017 6:58 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Site Support Specialist make a difference by:
• Providing friendly and professional reception support including effective telephone support during administrative office hours by greeting visitors and answering calls.
• Providing hospitality services for meetings and trainings. Utilizing training calendar to organize events. Coordinating with meeting leader to ensure appropriate food and beverage supplies are ordered and on-hand.
• Managing the reception area to ensure professional image.
•Facilitating agency Purchase Ordering process including obtaining signatures, managing approval flow, and ordering as necessary. Ensure Purchase Orders are addressed timely and accurately, and issues are quickly escalated to appropriate parties for resolution.
•Maintaining corporate business files, including all contracts, RFP's, insurances, insurance and tax exempt status of all properties, leases, contracts and any other corporate licenses and registrations necessary. File documents per contract file templates in a timely manner
•Maintaining office supplies for entire agency by checking stock to determine inventory levels; coordinating orders from alternate locations, anticipating requirements; placing and expediting orders in accordance with company purchasing policies and budgetary restrictions; verifying receipt; stocking items and arranging delivery to alternate locations.
•Opening, sorting, and distributing incoming USPS mail, UPS items and interagency mail in a timely manner. Posting mail and packages for delivery.
•Supervising the maintenance of office equipment, including copier, fax machine, etc., minimizing downtime.
•Seeking out opportunities to assist and provide occasional administrative support to Directors and administrative team.
•Providing data entry support to Medical Records, Human Resources and Finance by entering data into multiple on-line systems, including electronic medical records and HRIS.
•Arranging air travel/hotel accommodations for employees and agency guests as requested.
•Supervising the maintenance of office equipment, including copier, fax machine, etc.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•High School Diploma or GED required along with education or training in office business systems.
•Two to three years of administrative experience in an executive setting including managing confidential and critical corporate documents.
•Must be extremely well-organized and resourceful.
•Ability to convey a positive attitude, be supportive, and treat others with respect.
•Ability to expertly utilize both oral and written communications skills to effectively communicate with patients, co-workers, community resources, supervisors, and various other individuals encountered in the course of performing work while maintaining client confidentiality and establishing professional rapport.
•Ability to operate a computer, utilize basic MS Office programs, and effectively navigate and maintain patient records in a variety of databases and we-based software systems.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1353

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Substance Abuse Residential Counselor May 17 2017 6:58 AM
Location of Job : Eugene
Contact Information:
Trina Renfrow

humanresources@wfts.org
Job Description:
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY (Immediate opening)
Position available: Substance Abuse Residential Counselor (Women’s Specific)
Location: 687 Cheshire Ave. Eugene, OR. 97402
Job type: Full time,
Salary: $14-$19 hourly, Consistent with experience and certification level.
Supervisor: Program Manager/Clinical Supervisor
Benefits: The SA counselor position is eligible for a generous benefits package commencing at 3-months. Package includes medical, dental, vision, 403(b), sick and vacation paid time off, life, disability, and a minimum of 2 hours of professional development and training available per month.

$500.00 signing bonus at 90 days, additional $500.00 upon successful probationary period at 6 months.
PROGRAM SUMMARY:
The Substance Abuse Residential Counselor provides addiction treatment counseling to women in residential services at the WF Women’s Center. Evidence-based treatment services are provided within a 24/7 safety milieu with a comprehensive array of mental health, family services and primary health care accessible with integration into each individual’s treatment and wellness plan as indicated.

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:
1. Interact with the service population providing individual and group therapy.
2. Provide educational presentations on substance abuse and other related issues.
3. Service planning, file management and record keeping per ISSR’s and program policy.
4. Serve as a liaison between WF and other service agencies.
5. Provide culturally appropriate services, implemented within the context of social, cultural, racial, gender-specific sensitivity and understanding
6. Participate in clinical staff meetings.
7. Assess ongoing needs of individuals and make appropriate referrals.
8. Provide immediate crisis intervention and assistance in developing safety plans.
9. Participate in weekly supervision sessions with Clinical Supervisor.
10. Provide comprehensive authorization reviews for insurance companies
11. Complete necessary requirements in order to maintain certification.
12. Ad hoc assignments as requested

SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
1. Knowledge and understanding of substance addiction as a progressive disease
2. Knowledge, understanding, and expertise in providing effective, evidence-based substance addiction treatment services
3. Knowledge, skill, and experience in evidence based interventions including Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and other trauma-informed treatment
4. Required knowledge in ASAM-PPC 2R, ISSR/OAR’s, 42 CFR Part 2/HIPAA.
5. Above average skills and Knowledge of Office 2010 software applications including Outlook, as well as navigating Electronic Medical Records software
6. Professional written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills.
7. Effective problem solving skills.
8. Ability to follow oral and written directions and to apply techniques for special needs
9. Knowledge of de-escalation methods
10. Flexibility in responding to changing needs and requirements
11. Ability to work in an environment where people may be verbally hostile and/or abusive
12. Ability to manage time and meet deadlines
13. Ability to maintain accurate records and necessary paperwork

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Oregon state certification (CADC) is required of all counselors, or demonstration of active progress towards certification within timelines as defined: ISSR 309-032-1520 (3) (c) (A)
2. If recovering from alcohol/drug addiction, must provide documentation of sobriety for a minimum of two years and must be in a program of recovery
3. Must pass a required criminal records background check
4. Must adhere to the agency’s non-discrimination policies
5. Ability to effectively interact with co-workers, clients, and others with diverse ethnic backgrounds, religious views, political affiliation, cultural backgrounds, life-styles, and sexual orientations and treat each individual with respect and dignity.
6. Demonstration of competence in the treatment of SUDS as defined: ISSR 309-032-1520 (3) (c)


EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Willamette Family, Inc. prohibits discrimination on the basis of any characteristics protected by applicable local, state or Federal laws and any agency policy including, but not limited to, discrimination based upon race, color, religion, national origin, sex, or sexual orientation.




Job Name : Site Support Specialist ($1,000 Retention Bonus) - CODA, Inc. May 16 2017 13:45 PM
Location of Job : Tigard, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Site Support Specialist make a difference by:
• Providing reception and customer service to patients and visitors.
• Managing a multi-line telephone system, providing basic service information and scheduling appointments
• Conducting routine admissions of screened patients, completing intake paperwork, verifying financial and insurance eligibility and setting-up financial information in electronic medical records
• Process patient admission and discharge documents.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•High school diploma or GED.
•Customer service experience.
•Experience with computers; ability to quickly learn new software.
•Minimum of 2 years healthcare administration or similar experience.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1349

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.

Job Name : Urinalysis Technician ($1,000 Retention Bonus) - CODA, INC. May 16 2017 12:18 PM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Urinalysis Technicians makes a difference by:
•Providing a high level of professional service by demonstrating respect for patients' privacy and safety, creating an atmosphere of dignity.
• Performing urine toxicology specimen retrieval, following protocols for testing same or different genders, organizing workflow to ensure efficient and accurate testing, and assuring chain of custody compliance prior to submission for testing.
• Organize workflow to ensure efficient and accurate testing. Assure chain of custody compliance prior to submission for testing.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
• High school diploma or GED.
• Medical technology education or experience as medical or lab technician.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1350

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : CADC Counselor Medford, OR $1000 Sign-On Bonus May 16 2017 11:49 AM
Location of Job : Medford, OR
Contact Information:
Ken Dugan

Ken.Dugan@Acadiahealthcare.com
Job Description:
We are currently seeking a full-time Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor CADC for our Allied Health Services, Medford facility. Hours are Monday- Friday 5:00am - 1:30pm.


Allied Health Services, Medford Treatment Center is a comprehensive outpatient substance abuse treatment facility serving patients diagnosed with the disease of addiction. The qualified candidate will work closely in a team environment with a team of clinicians, medical personnel, and office personnel in accordance with State and Federal Regulations to provide care for our patients. We offer our patients an out-patient environment conducive to recovery from the disease of addiction, specifically to the opioid class of drugs. We offer our staff an educational environment where patient care is our top priority.

We offer a competitive benefits package to all full-time employees including Medical, Dental, Vision, 401k, Company paid group term life insurance.
Responsibilities:

Position Summary:
Under the supervision of the Clinical Supervisor, our Therapists are ultimately responsible for providing individual and group therapy to patients with a primary diagnosis of chemical dependency. Additional responsibilities include:


Position Duties and Responsibilities

•Utilizing knowledge of a variety of therapeutic models and theories to understand and plan intervention strategies for a variety of patients
•Monitoring patient progress and making changes to the therapeutic approach and best practice, evidenced based interventions based on patient response to treatment
•Working collaboratively with the patient and appropriate others to develop a comprehensive treatment plan that addresses priority needs of the patient, desired treatment outcomes, an agreed upon plan of action, and reassessment;
•Maintaining 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, and review.
•Coordinating and cooperating with local agencies and organizations necessary to expedite treatment for each patient.


Amazing Hours!

Our hours are earlier than many places, typically 6:00AM to 2:30PM, this gives our counselors more time to pursue part-time schooling and hobbies in the evenings and weekends. Hours my vary by location.


Qualifications:

• Love to smile! Want to make a difference!
• Great organizational skills.
• Must hold a CADC credential in good standing.

Job Requirements:
• 1-3 years of prior Substance Abuse Counseling experience
• Excellent Verbal, non-verbal and written communication skills
• Time management & organizational skill

Hours: Monday – Friday 5:00am to 1:30pm
Job Name : CADC or CRM Counselors!! May 16 2017 11:49 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Ken Dugan

Ken.Dugan@Acadiahealthcare.com
Job Description:
We are currently seeking a full-time Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor CADC for our Alder Treatment facility. Hours are Tuesday-Friday, 6:00 am to 2:00 pm and Saturday 6:00 am to 1:00 pm.

Allied Health Services Alder is a comprehensive outpatient substance abuse treatment facility serving patients diagnosed with the disease of addiction. The qualified candidate will work closely in a team environment with a team of clinicians, medical personnel, and office personnel in accordance with State and Federal Regulations to provide care for our patients. We offer our patients an out-patient environment conducive to recovery from the disease of addiction, specifically to the opioid class of drugs. We offer our staff an educational environment where patient care is our top priority.

We offer a competitive benefits package to all full-time employees including Medical, Dental, Vision, 401k, Company paid group term life insurance.

Position Summary:

Under the supervision of the Clinical Supervisor, our counselors are ultimately responsible for providing individual and group therapy to patients with a primary diagnosis of chemical dependency. Additional responsibilities include:

Position Duties and Responsibilities

• Utilizing knowledge of a variety of therapeutic models and theories to understand and plan intervention strategies for a variety of patients
• Monitoring patient progress and making changes to the therapeutic approach and best practice, evidenced based interventions based on patient response to treatment
• Working collaboratively with the patient and appropriate others to develop a comprehensive treatment plan that addresses priority needs of the patient, desired treatment outcomes, an agreed upon plan of action, and reassessment;
• Maintaining 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, and review.
• Coordinating and cooperating with local agencies and organizations necessary to expedite treatment for each patient.

Amazing Hours!
Our hours are earlier than many places, typically 6:00 AM to 2:30 PM, this gives our counselors more time to pursue part-time schooling and hobbies in the evenings and weekends. Hours may vary by location.

Job Requirements:

• CADC or CRM
• Excellent Verbal, non-verbal and written communication skills
• Time management & organizational skill
• Love to smile! Want to make a difference!
• Great organizational skills.

Hours:

Tuesday-Friday, 6:00 am to 2:00 pm and Saturday 6:00 am to 1:00 pm.

Please email me your resume at Ken.Dugan@acadiahealthcare.com

Best!
Job Name : CADC or CRM Counselors!! May 16 2017 11:48 AM
Location of Job : Salem, OR
Contact Information:
Ken Dugan

Ken.Dugan@Acadiahealthcare.com
Job Description:
We are currently seeking a full-time Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor CADC for our Salem Treatment facility. Hours are Tuesday-Friday, 6:00 am to 2:00 pm and Saturday 6:00 am to 1:00 pm.

Willamette Valley Treatment is a comprehensive outpatient substance abuse treatment facility serving patients diagnosed with the disease of addiction. The qualified candidate will work closely in a team environment with a team of clinicians, medical personnel, and office personnel in accordance with State and Federal Regulations to provide care for our patients. We offer our patients an out-patient environment conducive to recovery from the disease of addiction, specifically to the opioid class of drugs. We offer our staff an educational environment where patient care is our top priority.

We offer a competitive benefits package to all full-time employees including Medical, Dental, Vision, 401k, Company paid group term life insurance.

Position Summary:

Under the supervision of the Clinical Supervisor, our counselors are ultimately responsible for providing individual and group therapy to patients with a primary diagnosis of chemical dependency. Additional responsibilities include:

Position Duties and Responsibilities

• Utilizing knowledge of a variety of therapeutic models and theories to understand and plan intervention strategies for a variety of patients
• Monitoring patient progress and making changes to the therapeutic approach and best practice, evidenced based interventions based on patient response to treatment
• Working collaboratively with the patient and appropriate others to develop a comprehensive treatment plan that addresses priority needs of the patient, desired treatment outcomes, an agreed upon plan of action, and reassessment;
• Maintaining 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, and review.
• Coordinating and cooperating with local agencies and organizations necessary to expedite treatment for each patient.

Amazing Hours!
Our hours are earlier than many places, typically 6:00 AM to 2:30 PM, this gives our counselors more time to pursue part-time schooling and hobbies in the evenings and weekends. Hours may vary by location.

Job Requirements:

• CADC or CRM
• Excellent Verbal, non-verbal and written communication skills
• Time management & organizational skill
• Love to smile! Want to make a difference!
• Great organizational skills.

Hours:

Tuesday-Friday, 6:00 am to 1:45 pm and Saturday 6:00 am to 1:00 pm.

Please email me your resume at Ken.Dugan@acadiahealthcare.com

Best!
Job Name : CRM Peer Counselors Wanted! May 16 2017 11:48 AM
Location of Job : Medford, OR
Contact Information:
Ken Dugan

Ken.Dugan@Acadiahealthcare.com
Job Description:
Acadia Healthcare Medford Comprehensive Treatment Center NEW CRM Program

This new program offers CRM Peer Mentors the opportunity to work as a paid counselor for all our Oregon facilities. We offer competitive hourly wages and full benefits for our full-time employees. In addition, we also are offering the below to all CRM employees,

Tuition reimbursement toward your CADC!
Competitive pay for all CADC Counselors!
Transferable on the job hours toward your CADC
Ability to transfer to any of our clinics within the state of Oregon including Medford and Salem (Relocation Assistance Available).

Please send me your resume or email me at Ken.Dugan@acadiahealthcare.com for more information.

Qualifications

Must be a Certified Recovery Mentor CRM
Must be willing to register with ACCBO as CADC Eligible
Job Name : Intake Specialist ($1,000 Retention Bonus) - CODA, Inc. May 16 2017 11:42 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Intake Specialist make a difference by:
• Conducting intakes, this includes gathering substance use history and evaluating whether all admission criteria have been met.
• Establishing rapport with prospective patients.
• Assessing the patient's mental and emotional state of mind and determine readiness for treatment and change.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•A minimum of 2 years' experience in a similar or closely related role.
•Master's Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Criminal Justice, or closely related area of study OR Bachelor's Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Criminal Justice or closely related area of study and an additional 1 years' experience in a related role.
•CADC I Certification

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1348

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Washington County Male Recovery Mentor #0001 – Full Time May 16 2017 11:28 AM
Location of Job : Washington County
Contact Information:
Washington County Program Manager

bridgesmentorjobs@bridgestochange.com
Job Description:
Please send cover letter with resume to bridgesmentorjobs@bridgestochange.com and reference the job title in the subject line.

JOB TITLE: Washington County Male
Recovery Mentor #0001 – Full Time

REPORTS TO: Bridges to Change Washington County Program Manager

Founded in 2004, Bridges to Change is a Mission driven agency with a focus on addictions recovery both in the clients we serve and in providing meaningful employment for individuals in recovery. Bridges to Change partners with four counties and community organizations to serve people in need of housing, mentors, and treatment.

JOB SUMMARY:
The Recovery Mentor is responsible for providing mentoring support to men who are in custody, or have been recently released from custody, and assigned to Washington County Community Corrections. Working in close partnership with other BTC staff, Probation and Parole Officers, and community partners, the Recovery Mentor acts as a role model and documents the progress for each of their clients.

SUMMARY DUTIES & EXPECTATIONS:
Ability to maintain high professional standards at all times with client, staff, and community partners.
• Act as a role model for mentees.
• Participate in weekly staff meetings.
• Maintain accurate and timely reports.
• Facilitate classes and groups as assigned.
• Keep administrative staff informed of any task you are performing outside the scope of your job description.
• Attend recovery related meetings with mentees as assigned during business hours.
• Connect mentees to other community resources.
• Transport clients to recovery meetings and help them to develop a support network.
• Help clients build a recovery program.
• Help clients develop full time employment, and housing if needed.
• Work forty hours weekly.
• Interact well with staff and clients.

REQUIREMENTS:
A passion for the mission of Bridges to Change.
GED/ High School Diploma required. Associates or Bachelor’s degree or comparable work experience preferred.
CRM certification or obtain within 90 days of hire.
Familiarity with Oregon corrections and probation and parole systems.
Past experience being on probation or parole.
Excellent communication and conflict resolution skills.
Ability to work and thrive in dynamic environments and under pressure.
Ability to hold others accountable with compassion.
Ability to adapt in order to offer trauma-informed care to mentees.
Experience setting and maintaining clear boundaries.
Familiarity with various resources.
Able to introduce mentees to various models of recovery.
Maintain some form of a personal recovery support program in order to be able to articulate and role model for mentees.
As a peer in recovery, mentor must be able to document more than two years continuous clean and sober time with a verifiable program of recovery.
Basic computer skills including Word, Excel, Outlook.

WORKING CONDITIONS:
• Evenings, weekends, and travel may be required for this position.
• The ability to lift, carry or otherwise move objects of up to 25 pounds on a regular basis, and occasionally up to 50 pounds is also necessary.
• Must have a current and valid driver’s license.
• Requires the use of a personal vehicle to provide transportation for clients.

DISCLAIMER:
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.
Job Name : Male Recovery Mentor May 16 2017 11:21 AM
Location of Job : Multnomah County
Contact Information:
Multnomah County Program Manager

bridgesmentorjobs@bridgestochange.com
Job Description:
To apply, email your resume and cover letter to bridgesmentorjobs@bridgestochange.com and reference the job title in the subject line.

JOB TITLE: Male Recovery Mentor

REPORTS TO: County Program Manager

Founded in 2004, Bridges to Change is a Mission driven agency with a focus on addictions recovery both in the clients we serve and in providing meaningful employment for individuals in recovery. Bridges to Change partners with four counties and community organizations to serve people in need of housing, mentors, and treatment.

JOB SUMMARY:
This full-time Recovery Mentor position is gender-specific. The mentor will be part of the Bridges to Change Multnomah County Team. The mentor will be providing peer recovery support to men who have substance abuse disorders and/or have been recently released from custody. Working in close partnership with Probation and Parole Officers, community partners and onsite recovery home case managers, the Recovery Mentor acts as a peer role model and documents the progress for each client. The Recovery Mentor assists men in engaging in addiction recovery activities and developing recovery support in various communities.

SUMMARY DUTIES & EXPECTATIONS
Act as a role model for mentees.
Participate in weekly supervisions and meetings as assigned.
Maintain accurate and timely reports.
Facilitate classes and skills groups as assigned.
Perform random and as-needed urine drug screenings.
Keep administrative staff informed of any task you are performing outside the scope of your job description.
Abides by policies and procedures, confidentiality laws, professional boundaries, and peer support principles.
Attend various models of community support activities with mentees.
Connect mentees to various models of recovery support, community resources and help them to develop a support network.
Assess for needs and develop transition plans.
Transport mentees as needed and help them develop self-sufficiency.
Help mentees develop full time employment and housing as needed.
Work forty hours weekly.
Interact well with staff and clients.

REQUIREMENTS:
A passion for the mission of Bridges to Change.
A working knowledge of the professional role of recovery mentor.
Familiarity with Oregon corrections and probation and parole systems.
Past experience being on probation or parole.
GED/ High School Diploma required. Associates degree or equivalent job experience preferred.
Certified in a Oregon State Mental Health and Addictions approved training as a Certified Recovery Mentor within 90 days of hire.
Openly identifies as one in recovery who is willing to be a role model with personal experience of using addiction recovery support and mental health services.
Free of any type of supervision for criminal activity of any kind, in any state for 1 year minimum.
Excellent communication and conflict resolution skills.
Ability to work and thrive in dynamic environments and under pressure.
Ability to maintain high professional standards at all times with client, staff, and community partners.
Ability to hold others accountable with compassion.
Ability to adapt in order to offer trauma-informed care to mentees.
Experience setting and maintaining clear boundaries.
Familiarity with various resources.
Able to introduce mentees to various models of recovery.
Maintain some form of a personal recovery support program in order to be able to articulate and role model for mentees.
As a peer in recovery, mentor must be able to document more than two years continuous clean and sober time with a verifiable program of recovery.
Basic computer skills including Word, Excel, Outlook.

WORKING CONDITIONS
Evenings, weekends, and travel may be required for this position.
The ability to lift, carry or otherwise move objects of up to 25 pounds on a regular basis.
The ability to occasionally lift, carry or otherwise move objects of up to up to 50 pounds.
Must have a current and valid driver’s license.
Requires the use of a personal vehicle to provide transportation for mentees.

DISCLAIMER
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.
Job Name : Female Recovery Mentor May 16 2017 11:17 AM
Location of Job : Multnomah County
Contact Information:
Clinical Supervisor

fpena@bridgestochange.com
Job Description:
Please send resume and cover letter to fpena@bridgestochange.com and reference the job title in the subject line.

JOB TITLE: Female IOP Recovery Mentor- Temporary Full-time; potential to develop into permanent position

REPORTS TO: Clinical Supervisor

LOCATION: Multnomah County

Hourly, Non-Exempt

JOB SUMMARY:
This Recovery Mentor position is temporary and gender-specific. The recovery mentor will support women who have substance abuse and mental health disorders and are enrolled in intensive outpatient treatment services. Working closely with community partners and onsite case managers, the Recovery Mentor acts as a role model and documents the progress for each client. The Recovery Mentor assists women in engaging in addiction recovery activities and developing mental health recovery support in various communities. This temporary assignment is expected to last 2-3 months. There is a possibility that this will develop into a permanent position.

SUMMARY DUTIES & EXPECTATIONS:
Ability to maintain high professional standards at all times with client, staff, and community partners.
Act as a role model for mentees.
Participate in weekly staff meetings.
Maintain accurate and timely reports.
Facilitate classes and groups as assigned.
Keep administrative staff informed of any task you are performing outside the scope of your job description.
Attend recovery related meetings with mentees as assigned during business hours.
Connect mentees to other community resources.
Transport clients to recovery meetings and help them to develop a support network.
Help clients build a recovery program.
Help clients develop full time employment, and housing if needed.
Work forty hours weekly.
Interact well with staff and clients.
Complete daily progress notes in electronic medical records system.
Work in a friendly, collaborative manner with BTC program partners.
Serve as a contact person in the community for the BTC Program.
Abide by agency policies and procedures and all relevant state and federal treatment regulations and standards.
Attend and actively participate in individual and group supervision, daily contact meetings with the treatment team, weekly BTC staffing’s and other meetings as assigned by the Director of Treatment services.
Maintain current certifications; participate in required training as needed.
Participate with team members (clinical, administrative and BTC) in a manner that contributes to healthy team functioning.
Other duties as assigned by the Clinical Supervisor.

REQUIREMENTS:
GED/High School Diploma; Associates Degree or equivalent experience preferred
CRM Certification
Past experience being in treatment and familiarity with substance use disorder treatment
Free of any type of supervision, in any state.
Excellent communication and conflict resolution skills
Computer literate: functional ability with Microsoft office; experience with electronic medical records system preferred

WORKING CONDITIONS:
Evenings, weekends, and travel are required for this position.
The ability to lift, carry or otherwise move objects of up to 25 pounds on a regular basis, and occasionally up to 50 pounds is also necessary.
Must have a current and valid driver’s license.
Requires the use of a personal vehicle to provide transportation for clients

DISCLAIMER
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.
Job Name : Residential Counselor Mental Health ($1,000 Rentention Bonus!) May 16 2017 10:58 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Residential Counselors make a difference by:
• Providing counseling and behavior management in our residential treatment program using a positive and proactive approach,
• Monitoring and tracking patient progress.
• Implementing outreach efforts to maintain patient's engagement in treatment process.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•Bachelor's Degree in a related human services field OR a combination of 3 years related work, education, and training.
•Ability to work independently and have strong oral communications skills.
•Meet the requirements of a QMHA.
•Oregon or Washington Driver's License.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1297

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : counselor or counselor in training May 16 2017 10:54 AM
Location of Job : corvallis
Contact Information:
margarita solis

margaritasolis@milestonesrecovery.com
Job Description:
Youth residential program needs a Spanish (first language) speaking counselor or counselor in training immediately. Drug free workplace. Don't hesitate to inquire. If you have the energy, like young people and want to advance your career...we may be the place! Full-time employment. Spanish speaking caseload.
Job Name : Physician Assistant - CODA, Inc May 16 2017 8:57 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Physician Assistant make a difference by:
•Administering screening, weekly, and follow-up medical procedures and assessments, including weekly motivational medical management sessions.
•Ordering, dispensing, and administering study medications.
•Prescribing ancillary medications as appropriate to manage side effects during study.
•Participating in the informed consent process to answer questions specific to medical study components.
•Evaluating participants for suicidal or homicidal risk and document clinical findings.
•Having strong independent decision making capabilities.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•Experience providing primary care to high risk, high needs patients.
•National Committee on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA) certified.
•Licensed in Oregon.
•Strong interpersonal and communication skills that result in effective information exchange with study participants and research team members.
•Ability to follow and comply with a detailed research protocol.
•Ability to work well with multidisciplinary treatment team

Apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1275

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Family Navigator May 16 2017 6:52 AM
Location of Job : Eugene-Springfield
Contact Information:
Julie Tjaden

julietj@reliefnursery.org
Job Description:
Title: Family Navigator “Bi-Lingual preferred”
Reports to: Navigator Supervisor
Hours: 40/week
Overview : Family Navigators work with families/individuals referred through DHS Child Welfare as part of the Differential Response Initiative, to Strengthen, Preserve and when necessary Re-unify families. The Navigator will assist families to complete items of their case plan as per strengths/needs assessment and/or other services that are supportive to the client’s success. The Navigator will respond to referrals and begin support within 24 hours, consistent with the contract requirements, complete all documentation/reports as required, and participate in any relevant case staffing and/or family meetings.
Requirements& competencies: A bachelor’s degree in social services or related field; or a combination of two year’s work and two years education, accommodations may also be made contingent upon an individual’s level of training or three years of work experience in a social service field working with families from multi-stressed environments. Cultural/linguistic competency as per relevant to assigned families. Ability to work with families utilizing a strength-based approach, knowledge of community resources is paramount, ability to communicate professionally, and to comply with all reporting, legal, and meeting requirements as per contract. Appropriate training and understanding of all mandated reporting requirements and issues related to supporting families with multiple risk factors and stressors.
Collaborate, facilitate and coordinate services for families with a multitude of service providers. Conduct respectful, culturally appropriate services in the client’s home in Lane County.
Relief Nursery offers medical and dental after 60 days, generous vacation, sick, personal leave and 403b benefit package for all full time employees. See Relief Nursery website for full benefit package.
Pre-employment drug screen and criminal background check required. Closing date: will remain open until filled. Send resume and cover letter to: Relief Nursery, Attn: Julie Tjaden, 1720 W.25th Ave. Eugene, Oregon. 97405.


Job Name : Skills Trainer, Child and Family Outpatient (On-Call) - 574984 May 16 2017 5:17 AM
Location of Job : Portland (SE Portland/Rockwood area), OR, USA 97236
Contact Information:
Chris Goforth

chris.goforth@lifeworksnw.org
Job Description:
LifeWorks NW's Child and Family Outpatient Services program provides therapy, mental health assessments and treatment planning, medication management, skills training and consultation.

PURPOSE: Provides skills training to children and adolescents ages 3 to 18 experiencing mental health issues and behavioral problems in an outpatient, community based, or home visit settings. Provides appropriate case management with families, care providers, and community partners relating to treatment options.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Bachelor's degree in areas of Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or a mental health related field OR a minimum of 3 years of prior experience working with the related population in the counseling field (QMHA) required.
Bilingual fluency (English/Spanish) preferred, but not required.
Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively; understand mental health assessments, treatment and service terminology, case management, confidentiality, and individual, group, family and other counseling techniques; program policies and procedures for services and supports identified in an Individual Services and Supports Plan.
Demonstrated ability to provide culturally-competent treatment services to diverse client populations and maintain a cooperative working relationship with others in a culturally diverse environment.
Previous experience in broad range of interventions and mental health skills training specific to children, adolescents and families.
Knowledge of community resources and treatment agencies enabling appropriate referrals for specific client needs.
Proficient in Microsoft Outlook and Word. Ability to master proprietary software including electronic health record system required.
Requires access to a car, a valid driver's license, proof of current automobile insurance coverage and ability to meet LifeWorks NW's driving requirements.

LifeWorks NW believes that diversity strengthens our workforce and empowers our community.
LifeWorks NW is an EEO/AA employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other status in accordance with law.
www.lifeworksnw.org
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Job Name : Supported Education Specialist, CCBHC - 574747 May 16 2017 5:07 AM
Location of Job : Beaverton, OR, USA 97005
Contact Information:
Chris Goforth

chris.goforth@lifeworksnw.org
Job Description:
The Supported Education Specialist position will work at LifeWorks NW's Certified Community Behavioral Healthcare Clinics (CCBHC). In 2017, LifeWorks NW was selected to represent Oregon in the federal demonstration project to implement CCBHCs to advance delivery of behavioral health care. LifeWorks NW's CCBHC sites will provide comprehensive client care through a team-based approach with services that include mental health and substance use counseling, peer-delivered health and wellness services, primary care services and psychiatric rehabilitation. Staff that work at our CCBHC sites will collaborate with others to care for individuals through daily interactions and support, counseling, skills training, care coordination, health promotion and education, medication management services and supportive services with preventive approach.

HOURS: Business hours with occasional evenings and weekends, this position is split between Beaverton and Hillsboro.

Purpose: Assesses the severe and persistent mentally ill client case load for educational capabilities, provides training assistance, offers continuing support, and assists clients to explore educational possibilities and make education placements. Encourages schools, administrators, and community providers to recognize clients' abilities to be productive and successful in these settings and assists with creating individualized accommodations in school settings to optimize academic outcomes. Services are offered in a community based or home visit setting.



Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or a behavioral health related field OR three years of comparable experience working with individual who have severe and persistent mental illness.
Must have a minimum of an additional year of experience in the behavioral health field working with people with disabilities.
Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively; understand mental health assessment, treatment and service terminology and individual, group, family and other counseling techniques; program policies and procedures for services and supports identified in an Individual Services and Supports Plan.
Demonstrated ability to provide culturally-competent treatment services to diverse client populations and maintain a cooperative working relationship with others in a culturally diverse environment.
Ability to provide employment services and compliance with confidentially in accordance with federal, state and/or funding source requirements.
Knowledge of community resources enabling appropriate referrals for specific client needs.
Proficient in Microsoft Outlook, Excel, and Word. Ability to master proprietary software including electronic health record system required.
Requires access to a car, a valid driver's license, proof of current automobile insurance coverage and verification of safe driving record from DMV.
Ability to perform essential functions of job without creating a direct threat to the safety of self or others.
Bilingual fluency (English/Spanish) preferred


LifeWorks NW believes that diversity strengthens our workforce and empowers our community. LifeWorks NW is an EEO/AA employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other status in accordance with law.www.lifeworksnw.org

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Job Name : Clinical Supervisor May 16 2017 4:39 AM
Location of Job : Milwaukie, Oregon
Contact Information:
Patricia Ewing

intehlth@aol.com
Job Description:
Contact Information:
Patricia Ewing

intehlth@aol.com
Job Description:
Integrated Health Clinics, an Outpatient Substance Abuse facility that specializes in innovative treatment, is recruiting for a Clinical Supervisor who is ready to contribute new leadership to well established facility.

The qualified candidate must have a CADCll or CADClll, two years experience in Substance Abuse counseling including Medication Assisted Treatment, Alcohol and Drug Services including DUII and supervisory experience.

We are seeking a Clinical Supervisor who can build rapport, facilitate change, and provide an experience of recovery that motivates individuals; who can coach a clinical staff with strength, updates on current research in treatment modalities and resiliency to manage a fast paced and ever evolving clinical setting. IHC needs a candidate who is detail oriented with strong organizational skills, problem solving and decision making skills as well as strong analytical skills.

In addition, the Clinical Supervisor has a small caseload and is able to maintain accountability with administrative responsibilities. IHC needs a person who has experience in Quality Assurance, developing strategies to facilitate growth, efficiency, effectiveness and customer satisfaction.,

The Clinical Supervisor must be familiar with and willing to abide by the OAR's, Federal Guidelines and Accreditation (CARF) to assure compliance with the regulatory agencies. A person familiar with ASPIRE performance improvement plans would enhance your opportunity to be selected for this exciting position. The clinical team is ready for your leadership and this may be the opportunity that changes your life

Position is full time Monday thru Friday 6am-2:30pm. Highly Competitive hourly wage. Benefit package available after completion of 90 day probation period.

To apply send cover letter, resume and 3 professional references to:
Attention Pat Ewing, Executive Director at intehlth@aol.com
Job Name : Counselor May 16 2017 4:37 AM
Location of Job : Eugene, Oregon
Contact Information:
Patricia Ewing

ihceugene@aol.com
Job Description:
Location of Job : Eugene, Oregon
Contact Information:
Patricia Ewing Executive Director

Job Description:

Integrated Health Clinics of Eugene has an immediate opening for a counselor in a fast-paced out patient treatment program. Monday through Friday 6 am to 2:30 pm

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

Counselor will be required to provide group and individual counseling using evidenced based treatment, conduct intake assessments, develop treatment plans, provide coordination of care and make referrals to ancillary services.

QUALIFICATIONS:

CADC I or higher, must pass drug screen
Full time, Highly Competitive hourly wage, Benefit package available after completion of 90 day probation period
Email resume to ihc97401@aol.com
Job Name : CADC May 15 2017 22:13 PM
Location of Job : SE Portland, Oregon
Contact Information:
Robbie

bahlmd@gmail.com
Job Description:
Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor CADC
Portland, Oregon
Full-time, Part-time

We are currently seeking a part-time/full-time Substance Abuse Counselor for our outpatient office in SE Portland, Oregon. Our office is conveniently located in the SE Brooklyn neighborhood close to Max/Bus stops, and very close to download Portland.
Shanti Wellness & Recovery offers a comprehensive outpatient substance abuse treatment serving patients diagnosed with the disease of addiction. We treat without stigma and with empathy. The qualified candidate will work closely in a team environment with a small team of clinicians, medical personnel, and office personnel in accordance with State and Federal Regulations to provide care for our patients. We offer our patients an out-patient environment conducive to recovery from multiple substance abuse disorders. We are a small, productive practice and we are seeking a dedicated hard working CADC to work with us.

Position Summary:
Under the supervision of the Medical Director, our counselors are ultimately responsible for providing individual and group therapy to patients with a primary diagnosis of chemical dependency. Additional responsibilities include:

Position Duties and Responsibilities
• Utilizing knowledge of a variety of therapeutic models and theories to understand and plan intervention strategies for a variety of patients
• Monitoring patient progress and making changes to the therapeutic approach and best practice, evidenced based interventions based on patient response to treatment
• Working collaboratively with the patient and appropriate others to develop a comprehensive treatment plan that addresses priority needs of the patient, desired treatment outcomes, an agreed upon plan of action, and reassessment;
• Maintaining electronic 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, and review.
• Coordinating and cooperating with local agencies and organizations necessary to expedite treatment for each patient.
 
Job Requirements:
• 1-3 years of prior Substance Abuse Counseling experience is preferred
• Must hold a CADC Licensure credential in good standing.
• Excellent Verbal, non-verbal and written communication skills * Time management & organizational skill
• Love to smile! Want to make a difference! * Great organizational skills.
 
Required experience:
• Alcohol and Drug Counseling: 1 year

REQUIRED license or certification:
• CADC and LPC or LCSW
Job Name : Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor May 15 2017 13:18 PM
Location of Job : Bend Oregon
Contact Information:
Allen

alleng@oregontreatment.net
Job Description:
Pfeifer & Associates in Bend Oregon is in search of a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor for a full time position, CADC I or CADCII required. Our ideal candidate would be a self-directed, motivated individual. The counselor will be responsible for providing alcohol and drug assessments, individual counseling, and groups for individuals who are enrolled in treatment, and facilitating our in custody “Restart” program.
POSITION DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Individual and Group Counseling.
• ASAM Assessments and placement.
• Monitoring same-sex urinalysis.
• Documenting and updating client files.
• Facilitating groups in an in custody setting.

REQUIREMENTS:
• Minimum of a CADCI required on date of hire.
• Experience in substance abuse counseling.
• Knowledge of ASAM Placement.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
• Mission-focused and passionate, with an emphasis on serving high-risk populations using evidence-based practices.
• Well-developed clinical documentation skills and a strong commitment to quality management.
• Ability to work independently and as a member of a team.
• Commitment to and actions consistent with the highest level of ethical and professional standards.
• Experience in group setting.
• Passing criminal background check sufficient to enter jail in custody program.

Job Name : Prevention Specialist (Management Analyst) May 15 2017 11:13 AM
Location of Job : McMinnville
Contact Information:
Amy

thorkildsona@co.yamhill.or.us
Job Description:
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
Job #PH17-047
Prevention Specialist
(Management Analyst)
Health & Human Services – Public Health
Recruitment closes June 2, 2017 at 3:00 p.m.
Postmarks not accepted.

This is a regular full-time position for an Alcohol, Tobacco, and other Drug Abuse & Problem Gambling Prevention Specialist to coordinate community-wide activities to reduce risk factors and increase protective factors for substance abuse and problem gambling. Duties will include providing the following: mental health promotion, public information and education, technical assistance for community drug-free events & coalitions, environmental and social policy support, substance abuse identification, and referral services.

The ideal candidate will have two years’ experience in alcohol, tobacco, and other drug abuse prevention work in addition to being self-directed, detail-oriented, and possess the ability to work in a team environment and to interact with co-workers and the public in a courteous, professional manner. The position requires excellent skills in community outreach and engagement, health promotion, and program planning, implementation, and evaluation.

A Bachelors’ degree in health education, social sciences, or related field is required. A Master’s degree is preferred. CPS (Certified Prevention Specialist) is preferred and required within two years of hire. Experience in Problem Gambling prevention is preferred as well.

Salary: $3966 - $4523/month anticipated at hire, DOE. Benefits include medical, dental, vision, life insurance, health savings, paid leaves, paid holidays, PERS and deferred compensation options. For more information, including how to apply, visit http://www.co.yamhill.or.us/hr.
Job Name : Mental Health Clinician (HS Spec II) May 15 2017 11:11 AM
Location of Job : McMinnville
Contact Information:
Amy T.

thorkildsona@co.yamhill.or.us
Job Description:
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
Job #FY17-046
Mental Health Clinician
(HS Specialist II)
Family & Youth Program
Recruitment closes May 31, 2017 at 3:00 p.m.

This is a regular full-time position for a mental health clinician to provide counseling to children and their families in a clinic-based setting. Duties will include engagement, crisis support, direct treatment services with assigned clients, performing integrated behavioral health assessments, service planning and implementation, individual and family therapy, case management, and collaborative service documentation.

In addition to working knowledge of techniques specifically related to community mental health services, the position requires strong communication skills within a team environment and the abilities to develop cooperative relationships with clients, their families, and the community, to interpret community mental health and chemical dependency services, and to prepare concise and complete client treatment and progress records. The successful candidate will have excellent communication skills, computer proficiency, and will be dependable, organized, self-directed, detail-oriented, and possess the ability to work in a team environment and to interact with co-workers, client, and the public in a courteous, professional manner.

A Master’s degree in a social services field from an accredited school and at least one year of experience are required in addition to certification as a Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP). An appropriate combination of education and experience may substitute for the degree. Training and experience in evidence-based practices, experience providing intensive mental health and addictions services in a community-based setting is preferred. Fluency in Spanish with competency to provide bilingual/bicultural clinical services is also preferred. Will be subject to successful completion of a background check.

Salary: $3966 - $4523/month anticipated at hire. Benefits include medical, dental, vision, life insurance, health savings, paid leaves, paid holidays, PERS and deferred compensation options. For more information, including how to apply, visit http://www.co.yamhill.or.us/hr.
Job Name : Accounting Manager ($1,000 Retention Bonus) - CODA, Inc. May 15 2017 10:24 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Accounting Manager make a difference by:
•Managing daily operations of the Accounting Department.
•Working directly with Payroll Manager to ensure timely payroll functionality.
•Ensuring an accurate and timely monthly, quarterly and year end close.
•Working with the Finance Director to ensure a clean and timely year-end audit.
•Assisting in development and implementation of new procedures and features to enhance the workflow of the accounting department.
•Monitoring general ledger, payroll, accounts payable, and purchasing activities for compliance.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•Must have Bachelor's Degree in Accounting or business with three (3) years of recent experience in accounting and payroll OR BS Degree in Accounting/Finance with three (3) years' experience.
•Three (3) years of prior direct supervision experience is required.
•Must have knowledge of the following: payroll and payroll taxes, month end close, audit preparation, accounts payable, purchasing, fixed assets...
•General understanding of accounting principles and practices is required.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1250

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselor May 15 2017 10:07 AM
Location of Job : Bend, Oregon
Contact Information:
Allen

alleng@oregontreatment.net
Job Description:
Pfeifer & Associates in Bend Oregon is in search of a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor for a full time position. Our ideal candidate would be a self-directed, motivated individual. The counselor will be responsible for providing alcohol and drug assessments, individual counseling, and groups for individuals who are enrolled in treatment.

POSITION DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
•Individual and Group Counseling.
•ASAM Assessments and placement.
•Monitoring same-sex urinalysis.
•Documenting and updating client files.
•Covering Counselors in our La Pine & Redmond offices if needed.

REQUIREMENTS:
•Minimum of a CADCI required on date of hire.
•Experience in substance abuse counseling.
•Knowledge of ASAM Placement.
•Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
•Mission-focused and passionate, with an emphasis on serving high-risk populations using evidence-based practices.
•Well-developed clinical documentation skills and a strong commitment to quality management.
•Ability to work independently and as a member of a team.
•Commitment to and actions consistent with the highest level of ethical and professional standards.
•Experience in group setting.
•Must have reliable transportation.
Job Name : Recovery Mentor ($1,000 Retention Bonus!) - CODA, Inc. May 15 2017 7:37 AM
Location of Job : Hillsboro, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Recovery Mentor make a difference by:
•Assisting patients in accessing alcohol and drug free housing, medical and emergency services and other community resources.
•Facilitating connection to the recovery community and other supports that may reinforce the patient's recovery plan.
•Teaching and modeling positive recovery skills. In Residential settings, monitor the recovery environment, and reporting and/or documenting concerns. Respond to emergencies and acting as a mandatory reporter following agency procedures.
•Coordinate therapeutic interventions and report on patient progress to treatment team and invested community partners with proper release.
•Escort and/or drive residents to community related activities or appointments in support of recovery efforts.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•High school diploma or GED.
•Experience with individuals and/or families with addiction and the recovery community.
•Ability to utilize both oral and written communications skills to effectively communicate with clients, co-workers, community resources, supervisors, and various other individuals encountered in the course of performing work while maintaining client confidentiality and establishing professional rapport.
•Valid Oregon or Washington Driver's License.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1354

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Counselor May 15 2017 6:41 AM
Location of Job : Milwaukie
Contact Information:
Michael Banis

mike@oregontrailrecovery.com
Job Description:
Primary Counselor
Title: Primary Counselor
Department: Oregon Trail Recovery
Reports to: Clinical Director
Salary:

Responsibilities
As an Addiction Counselor, you will:
• Provide clinical services in coordination with the multi-disciplinary team consistent with Oregon Trail Recovery Standards of Care including:
o Assessment:
 Conducts and documents introductory and initial counselor interviews and designs initial treatment plan.
 Have knowledge and skills in recognizing symptoms of addictions according to DSM 5 criteria and documenting data to support diagnosis.
 Identifies, prioritizes, and documents clinical issues to be addressed in treatment and continuing care.
 Consistently contacts and involves patient, referent and family as appropriate in assessment and care planning processes.
o Care Planning
 Creates individualized care and continuing care plans that include multidisciplinary input as well as involvement of the patient, referent, family, and other appropriate collateral resources.
o Care
 Utilizes and conducts 1:1 and group counseling consistent with 12-step facilitation principles to facilitate patient awareness, understanding, and motivation to change related to addiction and recovery issues.
 Family Counseling – can facilitate family’s/significant other’s need for Family Program/ Alanon or other appropriate services.
 Facilitates family conferences consistent with Oregon Trail Recovery
 philosophy and requests supervision when required.
o Continuing Care
 Consults with multidisciplinary team, patient, family and referent (consistent with CFR 42 and CFR 45) to address clinical issues both verbally and in writing related to continuing care, including types of care, level of care, and intensity of services across biopsychosocialspiritual issues and the rationale for each.
• Under the supervision of the Clinical Supervisor, provide clinical coaching, as assigned, to students and interns to facilitate development of clinical competency and ethical practice.
o Uses principles of clinical supervision in work with Graduate Program students and interns.
• Represent Oregon Trail Recovery services to various audiences to ensure consistent knowledge about services, processes and participation.
Qualifications
Required
• Bachelor’s degree
• Completed certificate/degree program in addiction counseling or equivalent
• Current, active LAADC or CADC
• Two years freedom from chemical use problems
Preferred
• Master’s Degree
• LMHC, LMFC, LCSW, LPC, LPCC or related field licensure

Job Name : Kitchen Coordinator ($1,000 Retention Bonus) - CODA, Inc. May 15 2017 6:17 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Kitchen Manager make a difference by:
• Planning nutritionally-sound menus for three meals a day, seven days a week. Menus must accommodate any residents who have special dietary needs.
•Developing and manage the food service budget. Identify, prioritize, and arrange purchase of all food and kitchen supplies needed to prepare daily meals. Develop food vendor relationships and purchase food for multiple sites. As requested, research and select food product vendors.
• Overseeing day-to-day operations of kitchens at residential sites, including the training of residents to prepare and cook meals, assisting as needed and assist with donation pick-up.
•In coordination with the Nurse Practitioner and consulting nutritionist/dietician, identifying and attending staff and patient nutrition-education needs specific to a chemically-dependent population.
•Assuring compliance with Oregon Health Department institutional food-service regulations

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•At least two years' culinary-school training or equivalent is required. Bachelor's degree in food and nutrition or equivalent desired. Applicant must possess an Oregon Food Handler's card.
•At least two year's experience in menu planning and food preparation for large groups of people in a health-care environment is required.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1298

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Substance Abuse Counselor May 14 2017 9:54 AM
Location of Job : Newport & Lincoln City
Contact Information:
David Corse

dcorse@co.lincoln.or.us
Job Description:
Lincoln County Behavioral Health CODAA Program (Co-Occurring Disorders And Addictions) is looking for a CADCII Substance Abuse Counselor. Primary tasks of this position include facilitating group treatment including Criminality and Addiction, DUII and Intensive Outpatient Groups. The position will work in both the Lincoln City and Newport clinics. The program uses the collaborative IDDT model of treatment.

Work, Play and Live on the Central Oregon Coast! Generous compensation package. Must have CADCII and Bachelor's degree in behavioral health field.

To apply and for more information: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/lincoln?
Job Name : Associate Counselor ($1,000 Retention Bonus) - CODA, Inc. May 12 2017 13:28 PM
Location of Job : Tigard, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery
WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Associate Counselors make a difference by:
• Providing standardized client in-take and admissions orientation.
• Monitoring and tracking client progress.
• Establishing and maintaining professional relationships with patients; implementing outreach efforts to maintain client's engagement in treatment process.
• Administering medications per physician's orders.
• Providing resource information and referral to clients.
• Observing and administering urinalysis tests.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
• 1 year of college or 4 months related work experience and/or training in drug and alcohol addictions programs.
• Relevant experience with addictions and/or mental health responsibilities.
• Basic knowledge of chemical dependency issues.
• Basic oral and written communication skills with the ability to positively inform others and listen attentively.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1344

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : AOD COUNSELOR May 12 2017 13:26 PM
Location of Job : EUGENE, OR
Contact Information:
HUMAN RESOURCES

hr@4emergence.com
Job Description:
EMERGENCE Endeavor Program is seeking a full-time AOD Counselor in Eugene.


Key responsibilities include:
• Provide group and individual counseling
• Conduct assessments
• Work with clients to create Treatment Plans
• Manage records and other administrative or clinical responsibilities.


EMERGENCE offers a competitive benefits package for employees including:
• Salaried position, commensurate on experience
• Medical and Dental insurance paid by EMERGENCE
• 401k and Employer Match program
• Paid Time Off that includes 3 weeks in the first year in addition to 7 paid holidays
• Other medical benefits (Cafeteria Plan, URM, extended leave, etc.)
• Regular paid trainings and CEUs


Qualifications and Requirements:
• Some weekday evenings required
• Experience working with offender populations preferred
• Computer proficiency is beneficial as records are managed electronically
• Must be a non-smoker and pass urinalysis and criminal background checks


Education:
• Bachelor's Degree and CADC I preferred OR AA with equivalent experience.
• Experience working with women in recovery, the issues that are unique to this population and how it can affect work with clients would be an incredible asset for a candidate but is not required.

To apply, please respond to this ad with a cover letter, resume and 3 references.

To learn more about EMERGENCE, find us at www.4emergence.com.
Job Name : Counselor May 12 2017 12:05 PM
Location of Job : Milwaukie
Contact Information:
Michael Banis

mike@oregontrailrecovery.com
Job Description:

Primary Counselor
Title: Primary Counselor
Department: Oregon Trail Recovery
Reports to: Clinical Director
Salary:

Responsibilities
As an Addiction Counselor, you will:
• Provide clinical services in coordination with the multi-disciplinary team consistent with Oregon Trail Recovery Standards of Care including:
o Assessment:
 Conducts and documents introductory and initial counselor interviews and designs initial treatment plan.
 Have knowledge and skills in recognizing symptoms of addictions according to DSM 5 criteria and documenting data to support diagnosis.
 Identifies, prioritizes, and documents clinical issues to be addressed in treatment and continuing care.
 Consistently contacts and involves patient, referent and family as appropriate in assessment and care planning processes.
o Care Planning
 Creates individualized care and continuing care plans that include multidisciplinary input as well as involvement of the patient, referent, family, and other appropriate collateral resources.
o Care
 Utilizes and conducts 1:1 and group counseling consistent with 12-step facilitation principles to facilitate patient awareness, understanding, and motivation to change related to addiction and recovery issues.
 Family Counseling – can facilitate family’s/significant other’s need for Family Program/ Alanon or other appropriate services.
 Facilitates family conferences consistent with Oregon Trail Recovery
 philosophy and requests supervision when required.
o Continuing Care
 Consults with multidisciplinary team, patient, family and referent (consistent with CFR 42 and CFR 45) to address clinical issues both verbally and in writing related to continuing care, including types of care, level of care, and intensity of services across biopsychosocialspiritual issues and the rationale for each.
• Under the supervision of the Clinical Supervisor, provide clinical coaching, as assigned, to students and interns to facilitate development of clinical competency and ethical practice.
o Uses principles of clinical supervision in work with Graduate Program students and interns.
• Represent Oregon Trail Recovery services to various audiences to ensure consistent knowledge about services, processes and participation.
Qualifications
Required
• Bachelor’s degree
• Completed certificate/degree program in addiction counseling or equivalent
• Current, active LAADC or CADC
• Two years freedom from chemical use problems
Preferred
• Master’s Degree
• LMHC, LMFC, LCSW, LPC, LPCC or related field licensure

Job Name : Nurse Practitioner - CODA, Inc. May 12 2017 11:36 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Staff Nurses make a difference by:
•Administering weekly screening and follow-up medical procedures and assessments including required weekly Medical Management sessions during the active medication phase of the study.
•Ordering, dispensing, and administering (or oversee dispensation and administration of) study medications as per study protocol, as well as the naloxone challenge.
•Prescribing ancillary medications as appropriate to manage side effects during study.
•Being available during participants' scheduled visits to respond to any clinical questions/issues that might arise.
•Being available during informed consent process to answer questions specific to medical study components.
•Complying with any other additional local institutional requirements for medical staff responsibilities such as signing and dating consent forms, if needed.
•If in accordance with training, may evaluate participants' mental health and document clinical findings and decision in a progress note each time participant is evaluated.
•Attending and participating in study conference calls, as required.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•Active, unencumbered licensure as a Nurse Practitioner with active certification and prescriptive authority through the Oregon State Board of Nursing is required, including registration with DEA to prescribe Schedule II-V substances
•OR- Active, unencumbered licensure as a Physician Assistant with licensure through the Oregon Medical Board, including registration with DEA to prescribe Schedule II-V substances
•Oregon or Washington Driver's License

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Behavioral Health Specialist ($1,000 Retention Bonus) - CODA, Inc. May 12 2017 9:47 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Behavioral Health Specialists make a difference by:
• Conducting substance use treatment intakes and assessments. Determining medical necessity for substance use treatment including screening for detoxification needs, providing diagnostic evaluation of substance use disorders, and evaluating placement within ASAM criteria.
• Developing collaborative strength based treatment plans incorporating relevant treatment interventions indicated by substance use assessment.
• Assisting in the gathering and compiling of information for integrated assessments under direction of a QMHP
• Producing accurate strength-based documentation demonstrating clinical knowledge that is in alignment with agency protocols and payor regulations. Utilizing collaborative documentation to elicit patient engagement and recovery based language
•Applying evidence based group practices in educational, skills, and relapse prevention groups using agency approved curriculum
•Providing trauma-informed culturally responsive individual clinical services including case management. Acting assertively to include and engage family members as partners in treatment.
•Providing mental health individual and group clinical services including case management, skills training, coordination of care, and medication training as directed by individual treatment plan

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
• A minimum of 2 years experience in a similar or closely related role.
• Master's Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Criminal Justice, or closely related area of study - OR - Bachelor's Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Criminal Justice or closely related area of study and an additional 3 years of experience in a related role (5 years total).
• Meet requirements for application of CADC II certification within 24 months of employment.
•Valid Oregon or Washington Driver's License.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1323

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Youth and Family Supervisor May 12 2017 9:39 AM
Location of Job : Roseburg
Contact Information:
Amy Harris

amyha@adaptoregon.org
Job Description:
SIGNING BONUS & MOVING EXPENSES!!!

POSITION PURPOSE:

The Supervisor of the Youth and Family Team for Compass Behavioral Health is to ensures that mental health treatment services and programs for Youth and Families meet applicable standards as Compass aspires to increase both the health and safety of our community. The Supervisor endeavors to promote recovery, resiliency, wellness, independence and safety for clientele through supervision of staff and direct services provided in accordance with the agency mission and vision. This position provides on-going oversight and supervision to those providing various services and supports to promote: 1) the welfare of clientele; 2) the professional development of staff; 3) compliance, integration and quality improvement in provision of services and supports; 4) consultation, education, and support to staff, clientele and their supports, in addition to community partners.

ESSENTIAL JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

Participate in hiring, training, supervision, evaluations, resource management and professional development of staff.
Ensure documentation compliance with all applicable state, federal, and agency standards.
Participate in the development, implementation, monitoring and oversight for various Evidence-Based, Best Practice models of service delivery (e.g., Wraparound, CPP, and school-based therapy) to ensure adherence to the OAR’s; to meet requirements for fidelity and/or to satisfy requirements of a specific grant or contract. Participate in audit reviews as required and complete required reports.
Provide support for integrated services; work with community to establish priorities; coordinate activities between clients and community resources; assist in referral of clients from one agency or treatment to another. Provide mental health consultation to community partners.
Direct Services: Provide a variety of services and supports to clientele.
Direct Supervision and Oversight of Staff
Supervision of QMHP’s Seeking Licensure
KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

Master’s degree in psychology, social work or related field and at least 2 years post-experience in a community mental health setting required.
Licensed Master’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or Marriage or Family Counseling preferred. At time of appointment, must possess a valid Oregon driver’s license.
Certifications Required: LCSW, LMFT, or LPC. Must meet Oregon board requirements to provide supervision for licensure within 30 days of hire and maintain board approval.
Thorough knowledge of psychological/psychosocial theory, principles and practices of mental health treatment including assessment diagnosis and treatment of specific client population, crisis prevention and planning, community resource development, and knowledge of behavior intervention, management and support strategies.
**The successful applicant will receive a generous signing bonus and also be eligible for help with moving expenses. Excellent salary and great benefits. Adapt offers three insurance plans to all eligible Full-Time employees and their families, in which Adapt currently pays 100% of the premiums for 2 of those plans. In addition, a 401K plan is available to all employees and contributed to by Adapt after a specified time of employment.**

To learn more about our services and teams, and other great opportunities please visit our Adapt or Compass Behavioral Health website. www.adaptoregon.org or www.compassoregon.org

Job Type: Full-time

Required experience:

behavioral health: 1 year
Required licenses or certifications:

LCSW
LPC
LMFT
Job Name : TLC Therapist May 12 2017 9:38 AM
Location of Job : Roseburg
Contact Information:
Amy Harris

amyha@adaptoregon.org
Job Description:
*SIGNING BONUS & MOVING EXPENSES!!!*

Adapt is currently recruiting a full time Therapeutic Learning Classroom Therapist.

The Therapeutic Learning Classroom (TLC) Therapist, a QMHP position, provides integrated outpatient mental health treatment services in a Child Day Treatment setting that are based on medical necessity and that support and promote mental health recovery and reintegration into regular educational settings. The TLC Therapist provides individual, family, and group therapy for youth who have been referred by a Douglas County school district and who meet the qualifications for psychiatric day treatment. This therapist also provides case management and consultation to Douglas County school staff for referral in and reintegration back into regular educational settings. He/she will manage the therapeutic milieu by directing/teaching therapeutic and behavioral interventions to the mental health staff in the TLC. He/she will manage the State documentation and review requirements for each youth in the TLC.

The qualified applicant must have a Master's Degree in a Social Services field, plus experience in a mental health supported educational setting is preferred. At time of appointment, must possess valid Oregon driver's license.

**The successful applicant will receive a generous signing bonus and also be eligible for help with moving expenses. Excellent salary and great benefits. Adapt offers three insurance plans to all eligible Full-Time employees and their families, in which Adapt currently pays 100% of the premiums for 2 of those plans. In addition, a 401K plan is available to all employees and contributed to by Adapt after a specified time of employment.**

Job Type: Full-time

Required education:

Master's

Required experience:

Mental Health: 2 years
Job Name : Facilities Maintenance Technician ($1,000 Retention Bonus!) May 12 2017 8:57 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Facilities Maintenance Technician make a difference by:
•Performing routine maintenance at all agency sites including patching, painting, maintaining light fixtures, fixing locks, and key replacement.
•Performing scheduled emergency maintenance on all building heating and cooling systems.
•Assessing and perform minor plumbing repair including drain clearance, seal repair, toilet flow adjustments, and minor leaks.
•Assessing and perform minor electrical work including ballast and fixture installations and outlet and bulb replacement.
•Assessing and perform minor carpentry work including cabinet repair, internal and external door replacement; sheetrock and drywall repair, countertop installations and tile replacement.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•High school diploma or GED.
•Minimum of 2 years relevant work experience in the maintenance field.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1352

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Counselor for adolescents May 12 2017 8:01 AM
Location of Job : Corvallis
Contact Information:
margarita solis

margaritasolis@milestonesrecovery.com
Job Description:
Job opening and training available for a Spanish as first language counselor. No issue if not certified but must be able to be certified within 18 months. Drug free workplace, including marijuana. Interested? Send resume to address above and let's talk...in Spanish.
Job Name : Accounting Specialist ($1,000 Retention Bonus!) - CODA, Inc. May 12 2017 6:38 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Accounting Specialist make a difference by:
•Verifying patient financial and insurance eligibility; initiate financial and payment agreements, Release of Information.
•Submitting patient financial setup, scheduling transactions, charging entries in electronic medical record software.
•Assisting patient with self-administration of medications per established procedures, including accurately recording all medication activities in the medication record.
•Auditing patient accounts.
• Monitoring partial funded patients: handling income verifications and authorizations; processing patient level of care stage forms.
• Overseeing accurate and timely collection of active patient Private-Pay revenue.
• Maintaining professional and ethical behavioral standards of conduct when meeting with patients; working cooperatively and jointly to provide quality seamless customer service; assisting with patient conflict resolution as needed; directing patient questions involving coordination between medical, clinical, and medical records staff.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
• Associate's Degree OR equivalent of five years of experience in customer service.
• Have knowledge of the following: cash handling processes, collections, HIPAA guidelines.
• Have advanced customer service skills including clear and professional verbal and written communication skills and strong problem solving abilities; able to maintain confidentiality.
• Be able to operate a computer keyboard by touch and have computer skills that include the use of an electronic billing system. Must have working knowledge of Microsoft Office products and proficiency in Excel.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1343

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Senior Counselor ($1,000 Retention Bonus!) - CODA, Inc. May 11 2017 17:25 PM
Location of Job : Hillsboro, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Senior Counselors make a difference by:
• Carrying a caseload of clients and engaging in treatment planning using a strength-based and motivational approach; planning and implementing client interventions; providing individual and group counseling per productivity standards; monitoring and tracking client progress; implementing outreach efforts to maintain client's engagement in the treatment process.
• Providing resource information and referral to clients; providing coordination of care with community partners and adjunct service providers; coordinating services such as insurance re-authorization or attend community meetings as directed.
• Providing timely and accurate clinical documentation including progress summaries and session notes in compliance with agency and regulatory standards; maintaining the integrity of the electronic medical records system within individual scope of practice.
• Adhering to regulatory requirements and maintaining professional, ethical, and behavioral standards of conduct, especially during critical periods.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
• Education and/or training in drug and alcohol addictions programs.
• Relevant experience with addictions and/or mental health responsibilities.
• CADC-1 certification or the ability to become certified within 6 months of hire.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills with the ability to articulate clinical concepts and program outcomes.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1318

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Alcohol & Drug Service Technician ($1,000 Retention Bonus) - CODA, Inc May 11 2017 16:58 PM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery
WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Alcohol & Drug Service Technicians make a difference by:
• Monitoring the behavior and location of patients, completing routine documentation and recording unusual or concerning behaviors that should be addressed by the clinical team.
• Assisting with planned and approved patient outings, providing transportation and ensuring program rules are followed during outings while serving as a positive role model for community-oriented behavior.
• Assisting patient with self-administration of medications per established procedures, including accurately recording all medication activities in the medication record.
• Performing and observing urine toxicology specimen collection following program procedures including strict adherence to protocols for testing same or differing genders.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
• Must have high school diploma or GED.
• 6 months of education, training, or experience in addictions treatment.
• A minimum of one year work experience in a clinical, medical, residential, office, or similar work environment as a member of a work team.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply now: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1346

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Crisis Line Volunteer May 11 2017 14:30 PM
Location of Job : Portland
Contact Information:
Tracy Reilly

Tracyr@linesforlife.org
Job Description:
VOLUNTEER ON A LOCAL CRISIS LINE!

Lines for Life Crisis line is accepting applications for our 2017 training sessions. Please visit http://www.linesforlife.org/content/volunteer for more info. We have two summer trainings and our next session begins June 12th!

Two hour orientation/interview sessions are coming up. Stop by and find out what it's like to volunteer on our lines, including Lifeline, Veteran's Crisis Line, Military Line, Drug and Alcohol Helpline and Oregon YouthLine!

Application Process
In addition to submitting an application, we require that you attend a 2-hour orientation/interview session at our office on SW Macadam. We hold monthly orientations every third Tuesday at noon and every third Wednesday at 6pm plus a few Saturdays. Volunteer Orientation gives us a chance to get to know you a bit while providing you with some background and information on our organization. We’ll also give you a quick tour of the crisis line room and set up a short interview so please allow about 2 hours.

Our next orientation/interview sessions are: Our next orientations are:

Tuesday, May 16th at Noon
Weds, May 17th at 6pm
Saturday May 20th at Noon

*Note: Please note that our building front door is locked on weekends and after 6pm weekdays. You may need to call our Volunteer Line at 971-244-4630 to have us come down to let you in.


Our online application is here: https://www.linesforlife.org/crisis-lines-volunteer-application/

Please note that we do require a minimum of a one year commitment, or 200 hours on the lines. Volunteers agree to take one 4 hour shift per week.

Lines for Life offers 56 hours of professional training, an Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) Certificate and 225 hours towards ACCBO Certification including monthly clinical supervision. Any person who completes the training and volunteer commitment will walk away as a competitive applicant to graduate programs in psychology, licensing programs for addictions treatment and many other realms of helping professions.

JUNE COMPRESSED TRAINING is offered 830-430pm on June 12, 13,15, 19, 20, 22.

Next training is in August...email for flyers!

Contact Tracy Reilly, Volunteer Coordinator, for more information at TracyR@linesforlife.org with any questions or to sign up for an orientation.


Job Name : Peer Recovery Mentor- Male May 11 2017 11:05 AM
Location of Job : Prineville, OR
Contact Information:
SARAH E LINDSEY

centraloregonjobs@bbsihq.com
Job Description:
Are you active in recovery and interested in a career working with young adults? Recovery Mentors offer life experiences, demonstrate self-sufficiency, and serve as role models to young adults struggling with substance use. The Recovery Mentor role provides an essential, first hand perspective and serves as a consultant to the clinical team. The Recovery Mentor role is one that professional training cannot replicate and is highly valued by Rimrock Trails. Due to the nature of this role working with youth, we are seeking male candidates to work with male clients. This position is full-time and based in Prineville.

Consider becoming a Recovery Mentor for the following reasons:

Using your life experiences as inspiration-promote self-determination, personal responsibility and empowerment.
Work with individual and group settings to provide hope, encouragement and connection.
Gain valuable skills through certification and ongoing training (become a Certified Recovery Mentor).
Work with a team that genuinely cares.
This is a full-time position, providing competitive compensation and benefits.

Ideal candidates Must have at least two (2) years of sobriety. Possess general knowledge of behavioral health, substance abuse, and social services delivery systems.
Other Requirements:
Valid Oregon driver’s license and eligible to drive in accordance with agency driving policy.
Fingerprint/Criminal Records Investigation and motor vehicle record are required upon appointment.
Successfully complete a pre-employment drug test.
• As defined by Oregon Administrative Rule 309-032-1501, a Recovery Mentor or “Peer Support Specialist” provides peer delivered services to an individual or family member with similar life experience, under the supervision of a qualified Clinical Supervisor. A Peer Support Specialist must complete an Addictions and Behavioral Health Division certified peer support specialist training program either at the time of hire or within four months from date of hire, and be a self-identified person currently or formerly receiving mental health services; or a self-identified person in recovery from a substance use disorder, who meets the abstinence requirements for recovering staff in alcohol and other drug treatment programs; or a family member of an individual who is a current or former recipient of addictions or mental health services.
• A high school or GED is required.

About Rimrock Trails:
For over 20 years, Rimrock Trails has helped create lasting change in the lives of teens struggling with addiction. Our Team is passionate about guiding youth through the process of change by helping them acquire essential life skills, personal accountability, and rediscover values necessary for leading a more productive life. Rimrock proudly boasts its beautiful, flagship residential campus in Prineville and three outpatient offices throughout Central Oregon.

Imagine yourself here by going online and touring our web site at http://www.rimrocktrails.org/ Please complete the employment application on Rimrock’s website and send it along with your resume and cover letter to our HR partners at centraloregonjobs@bbsihq.com. In your cover letter, you should include why you are qualified for a recovery mentor role (i.e. you have gone through your own recovery experience, etc.). Please use the subject line “Recovery Mentor- Prineville” in your email.

Rimrock Trails offers a collaborative work environment, training and development opportunities, competitive pay and excellent benefits. We are an equal opportunity employer; applicants are considered for positions and evaluated without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, military or veteran’s status, sex or sexual orientation.

Located in Prineville. Full-time with excellent ben
Job Name : CADC May 10 2017 15:04 PM
Location of Job : SE Portland, Oregon
Contact Information:
Robbie

bahlmd@gmail.com
Job Description:
Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor CADC
Portland, Oregon
Full-time, Part-time

We are currently seeking a part-time/full-time Substance Abuse Counselor for our outpatient office in SE Portland, Oregon. Our office is conveniently located in the SE Brooklyn neighborhood close to Max/Bus stops, and very close to download Portland.
Shanti Wellness & Recovery offers a comprehensive outpatient substance abuse treatment serving patients diagnosed with the disease of addiction. We treat without stigma and with empathy. The qualified candidate will work closely in a team environment with a small team of clinicians, medical personnel, and office personnel in accordance with State and Federal Regulations to provide care for our patients. We offer our patients an out-patient environment conducive to recovery from multiple substance abuse disorders. We are a small, productive practice and we are seeking a dedicated hard working CADC to work with us.

Position Summary:
Under the supervision of the Medical Director, our counselors are ultimately responsible for providing individual and group therapy to patients with a primary diagnosis of chemical dependency. Additional responsibilities include:

Position Duties and Responsibilities
• Utilizing knowledge of a variety of therapeutic models and theories to understand and plan intervention strategies for a variety of patients
• Monitoring patient progress and making changes to the therapeutic approach and best practice, evidenced based interventions based on patient response to treatment
• Working collaboratively with the patient and appropriate others to develop a comprehensive treatment plan that addresses priority needs of the patient, desired treatment outcomes, an agreed upon plan of action, and reassessment;
• Maintaining electronic 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, and review.
• Coordinating and cooperating with local agencies and organizations necessary to expedite treatment for each patient.
 
Job Requirements:
• 1-3 years of prior Substance Abuse Counseling experience is preferred
• Must hold a CADC Licensure credential in good standing.
• Excellent Verbal, non-verbal and written communication skills * Time management & organizational skill
• Love to smile! Want to make a difference! * Great organizational skills.
 
Required experience:
• Alcohol and Drug Counseling: 1 year
Required license or certification:
• CADC and LPC or LCSW
Job Name : LPN Dosing Licensed Practical Nurse Medford May 10 2017 12:34 PM
Location of Job : Medford, OR
Contact Information:
Ken Dugan

Ken.Dugan@Acadiahealthcare.com
Job Description:
We are currently seeking a dynamic full-time LPN Dosing Licensed Practical Nurse. Our full-time schedule includes Monday-Friday 4:45am - 1:15pm.


Our Allied Health Services, Medford provides superior outpatient drug treatment to men and women struggling with opiate addiction and other substance abuse disorders.

The Allied Health Services, Medford Treatment Center, a member of Acadia, provides chemical dependency treatment services in an outpatient setting. Nurses will be required to administer medications as ordered by the Medical Director and to maintain an accurate accounting of all medication received and dispensed. Nurses will be responsible for safekeeping of all medication stock and the records required by the DEA, FDA, and Board of Pharmacy. Nurses will also be responsible for urine collection and processing, reading test results as ordered by the Medical Director and the completion of all forms involved in these procedures. Must maintain professional standards and follow the treatment policies of the organization as well as Federal and State laws and regulations.

We offer a competitive benefits package to all full-time employees including Medical, Dental, Vision, 401k, Company paid group term life insurance.


Responsibilities:

Administer medication as ordered by the Medical Director and to maintain accurate accounting of all medication received (from supplier) and dispensed (to the patient).
Responsible for the safekeeping of all medication stock and the records required by the DEA, FDA, and ADP. The Nurse will dedicate a minimum of 90 percent of regularly scheduled work hours to activities directly related to the administration of Medication.
The remaining 10 percent of regularly scheduled work hours will be dedicated to other activities as assigned by the Medical Director or Nurse Supervisor.
The Nurse may be responsible for urine collection and processing, reading test results as ordered by Program Physicians and the completion of all forms involved in these procedures.
Amazing Hours!
Our hours are earlier than many places, typically 4:45AM to 1:15PM, this gives our staff more time to pursue part-time schooling and hobbies in the evenings and weekends. Hours subject to change by location.

Qualifications:

Love to smile! Want to make a difference!
Must be able to work early morning hours, with regular weekend shifts
Must be a licensed LPN in the state of Oregon, in good standing.
Training or experience in chemical dependency treatment preferred.

LPN Full-Time Hours

Monday-Friday 4:45am - 1:15pm.
Job Name : Chemical Dependency Counselor, Adult Addictions May 10 2017 12:24 PM
Location of Job : Portland, OR, USA 97212
Contact Information:
Jocelyn Lovenburg

jocelynl@lifeworksnw.org
Job Description:
LifeWorks NW's Project Network and Project for Community Recovery (PCR) programs focus on the African American community for adults in recovery dealing with alcohol/drug issues.

PURPOSE: Provide substance abuse treatment services. Responsible for assessment, treatment planning, provision of counseling (individual, family, and group) services, urinalysis, consultation with care providers and coordination of multiple service providers for his/her assigned client caseload; and for keeping accurate, timely records.

POSITION SPECIFIC: This position is On-Call and will work a varied schedule: days/evenings/weekends.

REQUIREMENTS:

Requires a current CADC 1 or equivalent national certification; or a submitted application for CADC 1 with a formal plan to obtain certification within two years of hire.
Experience working in a culturally diverse population, specifically within the African American community required.
Preferred: Master's degree in Psychology, Social Work, Counseling or related field (for mental health groups).
If recovering from a substance abuse related disorder, must be able to demonstrate continuous sobriety under nonresidential, independent living conditions for the immediate past two years.
Have knowledge, skills, and abilities demonstrating competence in: treatment of substance-related disorders including client evaluation and individual, group, family, and other counseling techniques; program policies and procedures for client case management and record keeping; and accountability for recording information in the client files assigned to them consistent with those policies and procedures. Should be familiar with theory or concepts of prevention.
Sensitivity and understanding of specific barriers which may lead to lack of access and engagement.
Good computer skills including a functional knowledge of Microsoft Outlook and Word. Ability to master proprietary software including electronic health record system.
Requires ability to work evenings and/or weekends.


LifeWorks NW believes that diversity strengthens our workforce and empowers our community.

LifeWorks NW is an EEO/AA employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other status in accordance with law.

www.lifeworksnw.org

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For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website.

https://www.applicantpro.com/j/521605-80054
Job Name : CRM Peer Counselors Wanted! May 10 2017 12:11 PM
Location of Job : Medford, OR
Contact Information:
Ken Dugan

Ken.Dugan@Acadiahealthcare.com
Job Description:
Acadia Healthcare Medford Comprehensive Treatment Center NEW CRM Program

This new program offers CRM Peer Mentors the opportunity to work as a paid counselor for all our Oregon facilities. We offer competitive hourly wages and full benefits for our full-time employees. In addition, we also are offering the below to all CRM employees,

Tuition reimbursement toward your CADC!
Competitive pay for all CADC Counselors!
Transferable on the job hours toward your CADC
Ability to transfer to any of our clinics within the state of Oregon including Medford and Salem (Relocation Assistance Available).

Please send me your resume or email me at Ken.Dugan@acadiahealthcare.com for more information.

Qualifications

Must be a Certified Recovery Mentor CRM
Must be willing to register with ACCBO as CADC Eligible
Job Name : CRM Peer Counselors Wanted! May 10 2017 11:37 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Ken Dugan

Ken.Dugan@Acadiahealthcare.com
Job Description:
Acadia Healthcare Medford Comprehensive Treatment Center NEW CRM Program

This new program offers CRM Peer Mentors the opportunity to work as a paid counselor for all our Oregon facilities. We offer competitive hourly wages and full benefits for our full-time employees. In addition, we also are offering the below to all CRM employees,

Tuition reimbursement toward your CADC!
Competitive pay for all CADC Counselors!
Transferable on the job hours toward your CADC
Ability to transfer to any of our clinics within the state of Oregon including Medford and Salem (Relocation Assistance Available).

Please send me your resume or email me at Ken.Dugan@acadiahealthcare.com for more information.

Qualifications

Must be a Certified Recovery Mentor CRM
Must be willing to register with ACCBO as CADC Eligible
Job Name : CADC or CRM Counselors!! May 10 2017 11:36 AM
Location of Job : Salem, OR
Contact Information:
Ken Dugan

Ken.Dugan@Acadiahealthcare.com
Job Description:
We are currently seeking a full-time Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor CADC for our Salem Treatment facility. Hours are Tuesday-Friday, 6:00 am to 2:00 pm and Saturday 6:00 am to 1:00 pm.

Willamette Valley Treatment is a comprehensive outpatient substance abuse treatment facility serving patients diagnosed with the disease of addiction. The qualified candidate will work closely in a team environment with a team of clinicians, medical personnel, and office personnel in accordance with State and Federal Regulations to provide care for our patients. We offer our patients an out-patient environment conducive to recovery from the disease of addiction, specifically to the opioid class of drugs. We offer our staff an educational environment where patient care is our top priority.

We offer a competitive benefits package to all full-time employees including Medical, Dental, Vision, 401k, Company paid group term life insurance.

Position Summary:

Under the supervision of the Clinical Supervisor, our counselors are ultimately responsible for providing individual and group therapy to patients with a primary diagnosis of chemical dependency. Additional responsibilities include:

Position Duties and Responsibilities

• Utilizing knowledge of a variety of therapeutic models and theories to understand and plan intervention strategies for a variety of patients
• Monitoring patient progress and making changes to the therapeutic approach and best practice, evidenced based interventions based on patient response to treatment
• Working collaboratively with the patient and appropriate others to develop a comprehensive treatment plan that addresses priority needs of the patient, desired treatment outcomes, an agreed upon plan of action, and reassessment;
• Maintaining 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, and review.
• Coordinating and cooperating with local agencies and organizations necessary to expedite treatment for each patient.

Amazing Hours!
Our hours are earlier than many places, typically 6:00 AM to 2:30 PM, this gives our counselors more time to pursue part-time schooling and hobbies in the evenings and weekends. Hours may vary by location.

Job Requirements:

• CADC or CRM
• Excellent Verbal, non-verbal and written communication skills
• Time management & organizational skill
• Love to smile! Want to make a difference!
• Great organizational skills.

Hours:

Tuesday-Friday, 6:00 am to 1:45 pm and Saturday 6:00 am to 1:00 pm.

Please email me your resume at Ken.Dugan@acadiahealthcare.com

Best!
Job Name : CADC or CRM Counselors!! May 10 2017 11:36 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Ken Dugan

Ken.Dugan@Acadiahealthcare.com
Job Description:
We are currently seeking a full-time Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor CADC for our Alder Treatment facility. Hours are Tuesday-Friday, 6:00 am to 2:00 pm and Saturday 6:00 am to 1:00 pm.

Allied Health Services Alder is a comprehensive outpatient substance abuse treatment facility serving patients diagnosed with the disease of addiction. The qualified candidate will work closely in a team environment with a team of clinicians, medical personnel, and office personnel in accordance with State and Federal Regulations to provide care for our patients. We offer our patients an out-patient environment conducive to recovery from the disease of addiction, specifically to the opioid class of drugs. We offer our staff an educational environment where patient care is our top priority.

We offer a competitive benefits package to all full-time employees including Medical, Dental, Vision, 401k, Company paid group term life insurance.

Position Summary:

Under the supervision of the Clinical Supervisor, our counselors are ultimately responsible for providing individual and group therapy to patients with a primary diagnosis of chemical dependency. Additional responsibilities include:

Position Duties and Responsibilities

• Utilizing knowledge of a variety of therapeutic models and theories to understand and plan intervention strategies for a variety of patients
• Monitoring patient progress and making changes to the therapeutic approach and best practice, evidenced based interventions based on patient response to treatment
• Working collaboratively with the patient and appropriate others to develop a comprehensive treatment plan that addresses priority needs of the patient, desired treatment outcomes, an agreed upon plan of action, and reassessment;
• Maintaining 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, and review.
• Coordinating and cooperating with local agencies and organizations necessary to expedite treatment for each patient.

Amazing Hours!
Our hours are earlier than many places, typically 6:00 AM to 2:30 PM, this gives our counselors more time to pursue part-time schooling and hobbies in the evenings and weekends. Hours may vary by location.

Job Requirements:

• CADC or CRM
• Excellent Verbal, non-verbal and written communication skills
• Time management & organizational skill
• Love to smile! Want to make a difference!
• Great organizational skills.

Hours:

Tuesday-Friday, 6:00 am to 2:00 pm and Saturday 6:00 am to 1:00 pm.

Please email me your resume at Ken.Dugan@acadiahealthcare.com

Best!
Job Name : CADC Counselor Medford, OR $1000 Sign-On Bonus May 10 2017 11:35 AM
Location of Job : Medford, OR
Contact Information:
Ken Dugan

Ken.Dugan@Acadiahealthcare.com
Job Description:
We are currently seeking a full-time Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor CADC for our Allied Health Services, Medford facility. Hours are Monday- Friday 5:00am - 1:30pm.


Allied Health Services, Medford Treatment Center is a comprehensive outpatient substance abuse treatment facility serving patients diagnosed with the disease of addiction. The qualified candidate will work closely in a team environment with a team of clinicians, medical personnel, and office personnel in accordance with State and Federal Regulations to provide care for our patients. We offer our patients an out-patient environment conducive to recovery from the disease of addiction, specifically to the opioid class of drugs. We offer our staff an educational environment where patient care is our top priority.

We offer a competitive benefits package to all full-time employees including Medical, Dental, Vision, 401k, Company paid group term life insurance.
Responsibilities:

Position Summary:
Under the supervision of the Clinical Supervisor, our Therapists are ultimately responsible for providing individual and group therapy to patients with a primary diagnosis of chemical dependency. Additional responsibilities include:


Position Duties and Responsibilities

•Utilizing knowledge of a variety of therapeutic models and theories to understand and plan intervention strategies for a variety of patients
•Monitoring patient progress and making changes to the therapeutic approach and best practice, evidenced based interventions based on patient response to treatment
•Working collaboratively with the patient and appropriate others to develop a comprehensive treatment plan that addresses priority needs of the patient, desired treatment outcomes, an agreed upon plan of action, and reassessment;
•Maintaining 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, and review.
•Coordinating and cooperating with local agencies and organizations necessary to expedite treatment for each patient.


Amazing Hours!

Our hours are earlier than many places, typically 6:00AM to 2:30PM, this gives our counselors more time to pursue part-time schooling and hobbies in the evenings and weekends. Hours my vary by location.


Qualifications:

• Love to smile! Want to make a difference!
• Great organizational skills.
• Must hold a CADC credential in good standing.

Job Requirements:
• 1-3 years of prior Substance Abuse Counseling experience
• Excellent Verbal, non-verbal and written communication skills
• Time management & organizational skill

Hours: Monday – Friday 5:00am to 1:30pm
Job Name : Outpatient Chemical Dependency Therapist, On Call May 10 2017 8:59 AM
Location of Job : Providence Portland Medical Center
Contact Information:
Sarah Hall

sarah.hall2@providence.org
Job Description:
Providence is calling an on call Outpatient Therapist to our Chemical Dependency Outpatient Program at Providence Portland Medical Center in Portland, OR.

We are looking for an on call Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) to join our treatment team at our Outpatient Chemical Dependency treatment program located at the Providence Portland Medical Center Campus.

Our Chemical Dependency Outpatient Therapists provide both group and individual therapy Monday - Saturday with evening groups that end at 7:30pm. Schedules are typically 8 hours and begin at either 8am or 12pm depending on the need for coverage. Most shifts are scheduled in advance. On Call Therapists may receive short notice requests but are not obligated to provide coverage.

Required qualifications for this position include:
** Master’s degree in Social Work from a School of Social Work that is accredited or in candidacy status by the Council of Social Work Education (CSWE).
** Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) with the State of Oregon
**Licensure as a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) in the State of Washington as needed based on work location(s)
**Certification to assess and implement a Directors Hold as delegate to Mental Health Authority within 6 months of hire
**2 years of post Master’s experience in a behavioral health treatment setting

Preferred qualifications for this position include:
**Experience in substance use treatment setting

To apply, please visit www.providenceiscalling.jobs and search job number 153272
Job Name : Certified Medical Assistant - CODA, Inc. May 10 2017 8:25 AM
Location of Job : Portland Metro Area
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Certified Medical Assistants make a difference by:
•Preparing patients for examination by Licensed Medical Professional by performing vital signs, medication reconciliation, EKGs, phlebotomy as indicated, and giving patients medical history forms. Assist patients filling out medical history forms if they are unable to complete by themselves.
•Scheduling appointments by making arrangements with the program facility, verifying times with patients, preparing charts, pre-admission and consent forms.
•Coordinating care in the form of requesting of records, communicating progress, acting as liaison between internal and external influences, gathering of information, and preparing reports.
•Assisting medical staff in monitoring patient medical status, measuring patient vital signs, and performing other routine medical procedures as direct by LMP; maintain up to date documentation of observations and evaluations in patient electronic medical record.
•Administering injectable medication as delegated by LMP, monitor progress and side effects.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•High school diploma or GED certificate.
•Minimum two years of experience in an ambulatory care outpatient, primary care, or urgent care environment and with an ongoing patient panel.
•CMA Certification and/or completion of coursework needed to attain the required licensure for this position.
•Ability to perform blood draws.
•Ability to travel to various sites as needed.

Apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1291

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Certified A&D Counselor ($1,000 Retention Bonus!) - CODA, Inc. May 10 2017 7:35 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselors make a difference by:
• Providing clinical services to individuals diagnosed with substance use disorders or co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders as indicated in the individual's treatment plan.
• Conducting substance use treatment intakes and assessments, and determine medical necessity for substance use treatment including screening for detoxification needs, providing diagnostic evaluation of substance use disorders, and evaluating placement within ASAM criteria.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•At least 2 years of experience in a similar or closely related role.
•Bachelor's Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Criminal Justice, or closely related area of study and an additional 3 years of experience in a related role (5 years total).
• CADC I, II, & III certifications accepted.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply now: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1265

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Staff Nurse ($1,000 Retention Bonus!) - CODA, Inc. May 10 2017 6:45 AM
Location of Job : Tigard, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Staff Nurses make a difference by:
•Contacting licensed medical professional (LMP) for newly admitted patients, reporting medical status and requesting individual medication orders as appropriate for program.
•Monitoring patient medical status, measuring patient vital signs and performing other routine medical procedures; maintaining up to date documentation of observations and evaluations in patient electronic medical record.
•Following protocols as established by LMP.
•Administering and reviewing PPD (Tuberculosis testing for purified protein derivative).
•Performing patient care activities within scope, according to licensed medical professional's patient care instructions, medication orders, and other established patient care orders.
•Collecting urinalysis sample, performing rapid toxicology screening, and collecting blood samples according to established policies.
•Safely dispensing medication as prescribed and continue to monitor patient for potential side effects.
•Evaluating and assessing medical stability of established patients within program expectations and professional scope, identifying any special needs or circumstances that require licensed medical professional notification.
•Recognizing and initiating appropriate response to crisis or emergency situations. Lifting patient if necessary for safety

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•Current, unencumbered Oregon Registered Nurse (RN) or Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) licensure. Completion of an accredited nursing education program that includes at least 500 hours of direct patient contact.
•Practical training in phlebotomy.
•Current Oregon or Washington driver's license.
•Crisis prevention certification (such as CPI) within six months of hire.
•Basic Life Support (BLS) certification or ability to acquire within one month of hire

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1334

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Addiction Technician May 10 2017 6:43 AM
Location of Job : Newberg, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

none@given.com
Job Description:
The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation is the world's leading organization singularly dedicated to combating addiction to alcohol and drugs with a full continuum of services.
Over the course of a year, we:
• Serve over 15,000 patients annually through treatment centers in Minnesota, California, Illinois, Oregon, New York, and Florida
• Educate over 600 professionals through our accredited Hazelden Graduate School of Addiction Studies, Professionals in Residence program and Summer Institute for Medical Students.
• Provide publishing books and materials for over 32,000 publishing customers
• Provide prevention services to over 50,000 students across the United States and the world
One of our key strategic objectives is people - our employees are essential in the process of propelling our organization forward to meet the challenges and opportunities ahead. Are you ready to excel in these challenges and opportunities? Do you possess the qualities below? Join Our Team!
What are we looking for?
• Individuals with a Client, Customer, and/or Stakeholder Focus
• Results-oriented attitude
• Interpersonal Skills and Teamwork
• Courage and Commitment
• Adaptability and Learning Agility
What do we offer?
• Competitive Benefits (health, dental, vision, etc)
• Paid Time-Off
• Training Opportunities
• Retirement Savings Plan with Employer Match
• Tuition Reimbursement
Diverse individuals encouraged to apply.
Equal Opportunity Employer: Minorities, Women, Veterans, Disabilities


As an Addiction Technician, you will:
• Facilitate and support the recovery activities of patients.
• Coordinate the necessary administrative tasks related to patient care.
• Act as a representative of treatment staff and observe patient activity and unit functions.
• Maintain a visible presence on the unit.
• Circulate throughout building, and alert to fire and safety hazards.

Required
• High school or equivalent plus directly related experience
• Computer skills
• Minimum two years freedom from chemical use problems
• Current CPR certification or obtain within 60 days of hire
Preferred
• Knowledge of Twelve Steps with training in chemical dependency/mental health


Apply Here: http://www.Click2apply.net/nhm89fjygjwv54qx


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Job Name : Physician Assistant - CODA, Inc May 09 2017 14:46 PM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.

Our Physician Assistant make a difference by:
•Administering screening, weekly, and follow-up medical procedures and assessments, including weekly motivational medical management sessions.
•Ordering, dispensing, and administering study medications.
•Prescribing ancillary medications as appropriate to manage side effects during study.
•Participating in the informed consent process to answer questions specific to medical study components.
•Evaluating participants for suicidal or homicidal risk and document clinical findings.
•Having strong independent decision making capabilities.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•Experience providing primary care to high risk, high needs patients.
•National Committee on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA) certified.
•Licensed in Oregon.
•Strong interpersonal and communication skills that result in effective information exchange with study participants and research team members.
•Ability to follow and comply with a detailed research protocol.
•Ability to work well with multidisciplinary treatment team

Apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1275

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Residential Counselor Mental Health ($1,000 Rentention Bonus!) May 09 2017 14:17 PM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Residential Counselors make a difference by:
• Providing counseling and behavior management in our residential treatment program using a positive and proactive approach,
• Monitoring and tracking patient progress.
• Implementing outreach efforts to maintain patient's engagement in treatment process.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•Bachelor's Degree in a related human services field OR a combination of 3 years related work, education, and training.
•Ability to work independently and have strong oral communications skills.
•Meet the requirements of a QMHA.
•Oregon or Washington Driver's License.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1297

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Intake Specialist ($1,000 Retention Bonus) - CODA, Inc. May 09 2017 13:35 PM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Intake Specialist make a difference by:
• Conducting intakes, this includes gathering substance use history and evaluating whether all admission criteria have been met.
• Establishing rapport with prospective patients.
• Assessing the patient's mental and emotional state of mind and determine readiness for treatment and change.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•A minimum of 2 years' experience in a similar or closely related role.
•Master's Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Criminal Justice, or closely related area of study OR Bachelor's Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Criminal Justice or closely related area of study and an additional 1 years' experience in a related role.
•CADC I Certification

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1348

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Urinalysis Technician ($1,000 Retention Bonus) - CODA, INC. May 09 2017 11:52 AM
Location of Job : Tigard, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Urinalysis Technicians makes a difference by:
•Providing a high level of professional service by demonstrating respect for patients' privacy and safety, creating an atmosphere of dignity.
• Performing urine toxicology specimen retrieval, following protocols for testing same or different genders, organizing workflow to ensure efficient and accurate testing, and assuring chain of custody compliance prior to submission for testing.
• Organize workflow to ensure efficient and accurate testing. Assure chain of custody compliance prior to submission for testing.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
• High school diploma or GED.
• Medical technology education or experience as medical or lab technician.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1350

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Site Support Specialist ($1,000 Retention Bonus) - CODA, Inc. May 09 2017 10:23 AM
Location of Job : Tigard, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Site Support Specialist make a difference by:
• Providing reception and customer service to patients and visitors.
• Managing a multi-line telephone system, providing basic service information and scheduling appointments
• Conducting routine admissions of screened patients, completing intake paperwork, verifying financial and insurance eligibility and setting-up financial information in electronic medical records
• Process patient admission and discharge documents.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•High school diploma or GED.
•Customer service experience.
•Experience with computers; ability to quickly learn new software.
•Minimum of 2 years healthcare administration or similar experience.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1349

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Corrections Co-Occurring Therapist (QMHP / CADC) May 09 2017 9:58 AM
Location of Job : Salem
Contact Information:
Sarah Perrotta

sperrotta@bridgewayrecovery.com
Job Description:
We are Bridgeway Recovery Services!

Our mission of helping people in our community who struggle with the symptoms of addiction to drugs, alcohol, problem gambling, and/or psychiatric illness only happens when we create an agency culture of community, mutual respect, encouragement, and desire to see each employee grow and excel. If this sounds like an environment for you, come join our team!

Bridgeway Recovery Services is currently seeking a qualified Co-Occurring Therapist (QHMP/CADC) to join our growing Corrections team!

Provide dual diagnosis enhanced services using stage-of-change specific interventions with individualized outcomes focusing on reduction of symptoms related to both mental health and substance abuse.

Qualifications:
*Requires QMHP with graduate degree in psychology, social work, or a behavioral science field from an accredited college or university

AND

*CADC I certification or higher required
Prior experience providing treatment for individuals in the Criminal Justice System is preferred.


Full Time Benefits:
*Paid Holidays
*Medical and Dental Coverage
*5% employer match 401K Retirement Savings Plan
*Corporate Fitness Membership subsidy
*Employer-Sponsored: Life, Accidental Death, *Short-Term and Long-Term Disability Coverage
*Opportunities for Training/Tuition Reimbursement
*Generous Paid Time Off (PTO) Plan
*Flexible Spending Accounts
*Internal Growth Opportunities

Compensation:
*Will vary, depending on experience and credentials.
*An additional stipend is available for employees who are Spanish/English bi-lingual fluent.
*Differential pay is also available for night shift workers


EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability

For more information and to apply please visit: https://bridgeway.agileats.com/CareerPortal/JobDetail.aspx?RequisitionId=12943&SourceId=2111
Job Name : counselor May 09 2017 9:00 AM
Location of Job : corvallis
Contact Information:
margarita solis

margaritasolis@milestonesrecovery.com
Job Description:
Spanish speaking counseling position open in a residential adolescent setting. Needs to be certified or within 6 months of certification.
Group, family, and individual counseling experience. Understanding of ASAM. Please forward your resume with references to margaritasolis@milestonesrecovery.com. Spanish as first language preferred.
Job Name : Counselor A&D ($1,000 Retention Bonus) - CODA, Inc. May 09 2017 8:52 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery
WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Counselor A&D make a difference by:
•Carrying a caseload of clients and engage in treatment planning using a strength-based and motivational approach.
•Planning and implement client interventions.
•Providing individual and group counseling per productivity standards.
•Monitoring and track client progress; implement outreach efforts to maintain client's engagement in the treatment process.
•Providing resource information and referral to clients.
•Providing coordination of care with community partners and adjunct service providers.
•May coordinate services such as insurance re-authorization or attend community meetings as directed.
•Providing timely and accurate clinical documentation including progress summaries and session notes in compliance with agency and regulatory standards.
•Adhering to regulatory requirements and maintain professional, ethical, and behavioral standards of conduct, especially during critical periods

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
• Education and/or training in drug and alcohol addictions programs
• Relevant experience with addictions and/or mental health responsibilities
• CADC-1 certification or the ability to become certified within 6 months of hire.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills with the ability to articulate clinical concepts and program outcomes

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1272

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Utilization Management Specialist III May 09 2017 7:39 AM
Location of Job : McMinnville, OR
Contact Information:
Amy T

thorkildsona@co.yamhill.or.us
Job Description:
This is a regular full-time position for a Utilization Management Specialist who will be responsible for YCHHS and contract agencies’ quality assurance and utilization management plan. Duties will include monitoring of contracts with agencies to evaluate agency eligibility and monitoring of compliance with contract agreements, clinical documentation, billing and administrative procedures.
QMHP certification is required in addition to a graduate degree in behavioral health and 5 years’ postgraduate human service experience with specialized knowledge in areas of behavioral health diagnosis and treatment and health care quality management and licensure license to practice in the State of Oregon (LCSW, LPC, LMFT, etc.) CADC is preferred. Must pass a criminal background check.
Salary: $4332 - $4915/month anticipated at hire, DOE. Benefits include medical, dental, vision, life insurance, health savings, paid leaves, paid holidays, PERS and deferred compensation options. For more information, including how to apply, visit http://www.co.yamhill.or.us/hr.
Job Name : Substance Abuse Counselor May 09 2017 6:30 AM
Location of Job : Medford, Oregon
Contact Information:
Melissa Shaw

m.shaw@OnTrackrecovery.org
Job Description:
Substance Abuse Counselors (CADC I or Higher).
• Current Credentials and Current CEUs
• A combination of education and experience
• Trauma Informed
• ASAM
• Individual Therapy
• Group Therapy
• Computer skills / Keyboarding
• CPR Certification
• Crisis Intervention
• Education/Degree in Human Services is beneficial
• Family Therapy is beneficial
• Gambling experience is beneficial
• Corrections experience is beneficial
• DHS experience is beneficial
• Driven to help evolve and elevate the level of care provided during treatment
• Bilingual (not required)
Required:
• DHS Background Check
If hired, then:
• Benefits begin after 60 days of full time employment.
• We have a 90 day evaluation period.
Job Type: Full-time
Job Location: Medford, OR
Required experience: Counseling: 1 year
Job Name : Counselor May 08 2017 12:29 PM
Location of Job : Milwaukie, Oregon
Contact Information:
Patricia Ewing

intehlth@aol.com
Job Description:




















Location of Job : Milwaukie, OR
Contact Information:
Patricia Ewing

intehlth@aol.com
Job Description:
Integrated Health Clinics, an Outpatient Substance Abuse facility that specializes in innovative treatment, is recruiting for a Clinical Supervisor who is ready to contribute new leadership to well established facility.

The qualified candidate must have a CADCll or CADClll, two years experience in Substance Abuse counseling including Medication Assisted Treatment, Alcohol and Drug Services including DUII and supervisory experience.

We are seeking a Clinical Supervisor who can build rapport, facilitate change, and provide an experience of recovery that motivates individuals; who can coach a clinical staff with strength, updates on current research in treatment modalities and resiliency to manage a fast paced and ever evolving clinical setting. IHC needs a candidate who is detail oriented with strong organizational skills, problem solving and decision making skills as well as strong analytical skills.

In addition, the Clinical Supervisor has a small caseload and is able to maintain accountability with administrative responsibilities. IHC needs a person who has experience in Quality Assurance, developing strategies to facilitate growth, efficiency, effectiveness and customer satisfaction.,

The Clinical Supervisor must be familiar with and willing to abide by the OAR's, Federal Guidelines and Accreditation (CARF) to assure compliance with the regulatory agencies. A person familiar with ASPIRE performance improvement plans would enhance your opportunity to be selected for this exciting position. The clinical team is ready for your leadership and this may be the opportunity that changes your life

Position is full time Monday thru Friday 6am-2:30pm. Highly Competitive hourly wage. Benefit package available after completion of 90 day probation period.

To apply send cover letter, resume and 3 professional references to:
Attention Pat Ewing, Executive Director at intehlth@aol.com
Job Name : Counselor May 08 2017 12:27 PM
Location of Job : Eugene, Oregon
Contact Information:
Patricia Ewing

ihceugene@aol.com
Job Description:
Location of Job : Eugene, Oregon
Contact Information:
Patricia Ewing Executive Director

Job Description:

Integrated Health Clinics of Eugene has an immediate opening for a counselor in a fast-paced out patient treatment program. Monday through Friday 6 am to 2:30 pm

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

Counselor will be required to provide group and individual counseling using evidenced based treatment, conduct intake assessments, develop treatment plans, provide coordination of care and make referrals to ancillary services.

QUALIFICATIONS:

CADC I or higher, must pass drug screen
Full time, Highly Competitive hourly wage, Benefit package available after completion of 90 day probation period
Email resume to ihc97401@aol.com
Job Name : Chemical Dependency Professional Trainee May 08 2017 9:07 AM
Location of Job : Longview Wa
Contact Information:
Brynne

jobs@cfamhc.org
Job Description:
Family Health Center is an established non-profit Community Health Center in S.W. Washington, seeking Chemical Dependency Professional Trainee. We have clinics in Cowlitz, Wahkiakum, and Pacific counties that include Medical, Dental and Behavioral Health Services, for high-risk, low-income and multi-ethnic population. We pride ourselves in our ability to provide exceptional care for our patients and clients and our sincere connection to the communities we serve.

We are looking for a Chemical Dependency Professional Trainee to work at our Residential and Outpatient facilities. Are you enrolled in a Chemical Dependency program at a higher learning institute? Do you have a passion to help people? Do you have the patience to be a good listener? Can you work in a stress filled environment and still make common sense decisions. Are you self-motivated and great at multi-tasking? Do you have WA certification/registrations, necessary documentation to be compliant with immunizations, HIV/AIDS training, CPR and First Aid? We would be very interested in finding out about you.

Your responsibilities would include but not be limited to: daily communication with other staff members, agencies, and the public regarding agency issues. Following all policies and procedures; prepare clinical paperwork, assist with patient medication calls, use a multi line phone system, and provide transportation for clients/patients.

Minimum qualifications:
Must be enrolled in a Chemical Dependency Program at a higher learning institute
**Must have all registrations and certifications necessary to fulfill the responsibilities of this position including an Active Washington Counselor registration
** Proof of Up to Date training on HIV/AIDS, CPR, & First Aid
**Have a current valid Driver's License
** Have proof of Up to date immunizations or be able to get proof
**Possess strong communication skills -- verbal and Oral
**Computer skills -- Word, Excel, Outlook
**Be well versed in HIPPA confidentiality laws
**Must have working knowledge of ASAM Patient Placement Criteria as well as DSM IV
**Must be knowledgeable of Washington Administration Codes and the Revised Code of Washington, to ensue Unit compliance with all requirements
**Must be at least 2 years with no alcohol or other drug abuse/misuse prior to employment

We drug test and back ground checks

We offer a Generous Benefit Package - Medical, Vision, Dental, 403(b), Life Insurance and PTO
Send resu,e amd Cover letter to jobs@cfamhc.org Indicate CDPT in the Subject line

EOE / Affirmative Action Employer
Job Name : Chemical Dependency Professional May 08 2017 9:04 AM
Location of Job : Longview WA
Contact Information:
Brynne

jobs@cfamhc.org
Job Description:
Family Health Center is an established non-profit Community Health Center in S.W. Washington, seeking an experienced Chemical Dependency Professional. We have clinics in Cowlitz, Wahkiakum, and Pacific counties that include Medical, Dental and Behavioral Health Services, for high-risk, low-income and multi-ethnic population. We pride ourselves in our ability to provide exceptional care for our patients and clients and our sincere connection to the communities we serve.

Come and Join a Great Team! Make a Difference!

We are looking for a Chemical Dependency Professional to work at our residential facilities. Do you have a passion to help people? Do you have the patience to be a good listener? Can you work in a stress filled environment and still make logical decisions. Are you self motivated and great at multi-tasking with a team or independently? Do you have CDP certification in WA and have certification/registrations necessary to be compliant with immunizations, HIV/AIDS training, CPR and First Aid? We would be very interested in finding out about you.

Your responsibilities would include but not be limited to: preparing clinical paperwork regarding patient care, providing care as deemed necessary by regulating authority or by patient necessity, identifying staff training needs and report to the Program Director, Clinical Supervisor, Operations Manager, and / or the Executive Director. You will have daily communication with other staff members, agencies, and the public regarding agency issues. Serve as a liaison for the agency with referring agency (Cowlitz County Court, CPS, DSHS, etc). Supervise Chemical Dependency Trainees as assigned.

Minimum qualifications:
* Be certified in the state of Washington as a CDP without any restrictions or be able to obtain certification / license in WA -- dual certification CDP & Mental Health a plus
* Associate degree, Bachelors or Masters preferred
* 1-2 years prior experience in residential treatment
* Proof of Up to Date training on HIV/AIDS, CPR, & First Aid
* Have a current valid unrestricted Driver's License and provide proof of personal car insurance
* Have proof of Up to date immunizations
* Possess strong communication skills -- verbal and Oral; Computer skills -- Word, Excel, Outlook
* Be well versed in HIPPA confidentiality laws
* Must have working knowledge of ASAM Patient Placement Criteria as well as DSM IV.
* Must be knowledgeable of Washington Administration Codes and the Revised Code of Washington, to ensue Unit compliance with all requirements.
* Must be at least 2 years with no alcohol or other drug abuse/misuse prior to employment
* Must pass drug test and back grounding check


Generous benefit Package - Medical Dental, Vision, 403(b) with a match, and PTO.

Send resume and cover letter to jobs@cfamhc.org indicate CDP in the subject line

EOE / Affirmative Action Employer
Job Name : Chemical Dependency Professional May 08 2017 9:03 AM
Location of Job : Longview WA
Contact Information:
Brynne

jobs@cfamhc.org
Job Description:
Family Health Center is an established non-profit Community Health Center in S.W. Washington, seeking an experienced Chemical Dependency Professional. We have clinics in Cowlitz, Wahkiakum, and Pacific counties that include Medical, Dental and Behavioral Health Services, for high-risk, low-income and multi-ethnic population. We pride ourselves in our ability to provide exceptional care for our patients and clients and our sincere connection to the communities we serve.

Come and Join a Great Team! Make a Difference!

We are looking for a Chemical Dependency Professional to work at our residential facilities. Do you have a passion to help people? Do you have the patience to be a good listener? Can you work in a stress filled environment and still make logical decisions. Are you self motivated and great at multi-tasking with a team or independently? Do you have CDP certification in WA and have certification/registrations necessary to be compliant with immunizations, HIV/AIDS training, CPR and First Aid? We would be very interested in finding out about you.

Your responsibilities would include but not be limited to: preparing clinical paperwork regarding patient care, providing care as deemed necessary by regulating authority or by patient necessity, identifying staff training needs and report to the Program Director, Clinical Supervisor, Operations Manager, and / or the Executive Director. You will have daily communication with other staff members, agencies, and the public regarding agency issues. Serve as a liaison for the agency with referring agency (Cowlitz County Court, CPS, DSHS, etc). Supervise Chemical Dependency Trainees as assigned.

Minimum qualifications:
* Be certified in the state of Washington as a CDP without any restrictions or be able to obtain certification / license in WA -- dual certification CDP & Mental Health a plus
* Associate degree, Bachelors or Masters preferred
* 1-2 years prior experience in residential treatment
* Proof of Up to Date training on HIV/AIDS, CPR, & First Aid
* Have a current valid unrestricted Driver's License and provide proof of personal car insurance
* Have proof of Up to date immunizations
* Possess strong communication skills -- verbal and Oral; Computer skills -- Word, Excel, Outlook
* Be well versed in HIPPA confidentiality laws
* Must have working knowledge of ASAM Patient Placement Criteria as well as DSM IV.
* Must be knowledgeable of Washington Administration Codes and the Revised Code of Washington, to ensue Unit compliance with all requirements.
* Must be at least 2 years with no alcohol or other drug abuse/misuse prior to employment
* Must pass drug test and back grounding check


Generous benefit Package - Medical Dental, Vision, 403(b) with a match, and PTO.

Send resume and cover letter to jobs@cfamhc.org indicate CDP in the subject line

EOE / Affirmative Action Employer
Job Name : Peer Support Specialist May 08 2017 7:17 AM
Location of Job : Portland
Contact Information:
Priscilla Arnett

priscilla.arnett@ccconcern.org
Job Description:
Central City Concern is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide comprehensive solutions to ending homelessness and achieving self-sufficiency. CCC provides many services, such as addiction treatment, employment, housing, mental health, primary care, and other related culturally specific services, to a diverse population. As an agency deeply rooted in recovery we have a keen interest in promoting and maintaining a Drug & Alcohol-Free Workplace. As part of our policy and commitment to a drug and alcohol-free workplace we conduct post-offer, pre-employment drug screens.

***Applicants must upload a cover letter and resume to their application in order to be considered for this opportunity.***


TITLE: Peer Support Specialist
DEPARTMENT: Community Engagement Program
REPORTS TO: CEP Clinical Supervisor
HOURS: Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5:00pm
SALARY: $14.00-15.40/Per hour


SUMMARY: The Peer Support Specialist provides a variety of recovery-oriented services to individuals who have self-identified as desiring peer supports, in order to promote greater independence, community integration and recovery from mental illness and/or addiction as an expanded function of the Community Engagement Program. Services provided by peers (people in addiction recovery or with co-occurring mental health disorders) include a wide range of supports, services, and advocacy that contribute to a client’s ability to engage in ongoing treatment. Assist in the development of peer led drop-in programming to expand activities at the CEP Client Center.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Must be a self-identified person in recovery from a substance use or co-occurring
mental health disorder, who meets the abstinence requirements for recovery staff in
alcohol and other drug treatment programs. A person must identify on the application
or cover letter how they have “lived” personal experience leading to an
understanding of the needs of persons with substance abuse and mental health
issues.
2. Completion of High School or GED. QMHA, CADC, or CIT (Bachelor’s degree in
Behavioral Sciences field or a combination of at least three year’s work, education,
training or experience in chemical dependency or mental health treatment)
preferred
3. Must be certified by an AMH approved training as Peer Specialist at time of hire or
within first 6 months.
4. Must meet CCC privileging requirements as required by FTCA.
5. Must be able to provide peer delivered services as described in Medicaid guidelines.
6. If in recovery, must be able to document continuous abstinence under
independent living conditions or recovery housing for the immediate past two
years.
7. Must possess a current driver’s license, access to a vehicle, qualify as an
Acceptable Driver as designated in Central City Concern’s Fleet Safety policy. Must
pass an initial drivers training within 60 days of being an approved driver and
continued recertification training. Must maintain vehicle insurance coverage of a
minimum of $100,000/$300,000 personal auto liability coverage.
8. Will be required to carry a cell phone for work use. Cell phone to be provided by
Central City Concern.
9. Must pass a pre-employment drug screen, TB test, and background check. This
includes clearance by the DHS Background Check Unit.
10. The OAR prohibits A&D program staff from having within the previous 3 years a
DUI conviction or diversion, a felony conviction, or a conviction under the Uniform
Controlled Substances Act.
11. Physical ability to bend, stoop, kneel, squat, twist, reach, pull and lift heavy
objects.
12. Must be able to climb stairs several times a day.
13. Must adhere to agency’s non-discrimination policies
14. Ability to effectively interact with co-workers and clients with diverse ethnic
backgrounds, religious views, cultural backgrounds, lifestyles, and sexual
orientations and treat each individual with respect and dignity.

HOW TO APPLY:
To view the full job description and apply visit:
www.centralcityconcern.org/jobs

***Applicants must upload a cover letter and resume to their application in order to be considered for this opportunity.***

CCC is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER and does not discriminate against applicants on the basis of race, gender, protected veteran’s status, disability, or any other protected class. Applicants seeking reasonable accommodation can contact the Human Resources department at 503-294-1681.

Job Name : Kitchen Coordinator ($1,000 Retention Bonus) - CODA, Inc. May 08 2017 6:56 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery

WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Kitchen Manager make a difference by:
• Planning nutritionally-sound menus for three meals a day, seven days a week. Menus must accommodate any residents who have special dietary needs.
•Developing and manage the food service budget. Identify, prioritize, and arrange purchase of all food and kitchen supplies needed to prepare daily meals. Develop food vendor relationships and purchase food for multiple sites. As requested, research and select food product vendors.
• Overseeing day-to-day operations of kitchens at residential sites, including the training of residents to prepare and cook meals, assisting as needed and assist with donation pick-up.
•In coordination with the Nurse Practitioner and consulting nutritionist/dietician, identifying and attending staff and patient nutrition-education needs specific to a chemically-dependent population.
•Assuring compliance with Oregon Health Department institutional food-service regulations

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•At least two years' culinary-school training or equivalent is required. Bachelor's degree in food and nutrition or equivalent desired. Applicant must possess an Oregon Food Handler's card.
•At least two year's experience in menu planning and food preparation for large groups of people in a health-care environment is required.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1298

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Case Manager II May 08 2017 6:55 AM
Location of Job : Portland
Contact Information:
Priscilla Arnett

priscilla.arnett@ccconcern.org
Job Description:
Central City Concern is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide comprehensive solutions to ending homelessness and achieving self-sufficiency. CCC provides many services, such as addiction treatment, employment, housing, mental health, primary care, and other related culturally specific services, to a diverse population. As an agency deeply rooted in recovery we have a keen interest in promoting and maintaining a Drug & Alcohol-Free Workplace. As part of our policy and commitment to a drug and alcohol-free workplace, we conduct post-offer, pre-employment drug screens.

***Applicants must upload a cover letter and resume to their application in order to be considered for this opportunity.***


TITLE: Case Manager II
DEPARTMENT: LEAD
REPORTS TO: Clinical Supervisor
HOURS: Tuesday-Friday, 10:00am-8:00pm
SALARY: $18.10-19.19/Per hour


SUMMARY:
The LEAD Case Manager works as a member of a multi-disciplinary team providing comprehensive assessment, individual planning, street outreach, intensive case management, peer services, and service brokerage. The team coordinates with community resources to provide access to address all needs, including crisis management, substance abuse treatment, medication management, physical health treatment, mental health treatment, accessing benefits and entitlements, accessing appropriate and affordable housing, accessing employment and educational opportunities, and accessing supports for basic needs. The LEAD Team employs Case Managers with varying levels of experience, training, and education in order to assemble a diverse and competent team.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Bachelor's Degree, able to meet the credentialing requirements for QMHA within 6
months of hire, and/or CADC I, and a combination of at least three year's relevant work,
education, training or experience.
2. Must meet CCC privileging requirements as required by FTCA.
3. Have the competencies necessary to:
a. Communicate effectively
b. Perform drug and alcohol assessments and develop service plans based on
ASAM criteria, understand treatment and service terminology and able to apply the
concepts
c. Provide psychosocial skills development; and
d. Implement interventions prescribed on a service plan.
4. If in recovery, must be able to document continuous abstinence under independent
living conditions or recovery housing for the immediate past two years.
5. Must pass a pre-employment drug screen, TB test, and background check.
6. The OAR prohibits A&D program staff from having within the previous 3 years a DUI
conviction or diversion, a felony conviction, or a conviction under the Uniform
Controlled Substances Act.
7. Will be required to carry an agency cell phone for work use. The cellphone will be provided
by Central City Concern.
8. Must possess a current driver's license, pass a DMV background check and be
designated an "acceptable" driver as outlined in Central City Concern's Fleet Safety
Policy. Must pass an initial drivers training within 60 days of being an approved driver
and continued recertification training.
9. Must adhere to agency's non-discrimination policies.
10. Ability to effectively interact with co-workers and clients with diverse ethnic backgrounds,
religious views, cultural backgrounds, lifestyles and sexual orientations and treat each
individual with respect and dignity.


HOW TO APPLY:
To view the full job description and apply visit:
www.centralcityconcern.org/jobs

***Applicants must upload a cover letter and resume to their application in order to be considered for this opportunity.***

CCC is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER and does not discriminate against applicants on the basis of race, gender, protected veteran's status, disability, or any other protected class. Applicants seeking reasonable accommodation can contact the Human Resources department at 503-294-1681.
Job Name : Peer Support Specialist, EASA May 08 2017 6:35 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR, USA 97229
Contact Information:
Jocelyn Lovenburg

jocelynl@lifeworksnw.org
Job Description:
LifeWorks NW's Early Assessment Support Alliance (EASA) program provides individual/ family support, education, advocacy, and treatment to persons aged 15 to 25 who are experiencing emerging symptoms of psychosis.

PURPOSE: The Youth/Young Adult Peer Support Specialist provides a variety of recovery-oriented services to individuals enrolled in early intervention and transition age youth programs who have self-identified as desiring peer supports. The Peer Support Specialist works, to promote greater independence, community integration and recovery. Services provided by peers (people who have had the experience of mental health treatment and have certification in Peer Support) include a wide variety of supports, services and advocacy that contribute to a client's ability to engage in ongoing treatment and work towards less dependence on traditional mental health treatment. These activities acknowledge the importance of involving significant others and other natural supports in the persons treatment that could positively impact their recovery.

HOURS: Hours generally fall between Monday through Friday 8 am to 5 pm. Infrequently, evenings will be required.

This is a full-time position working 40 hours a week - 20 hours a week will be with the the Washington County EASA program and 20 hours a week will be with the Clackamas County EASA program.

Qualifications:

Self-identifies as a current or former recipient of mental health services
Holds a Peer Support Specialist certification from a State-approved training program.
Demonstrate effective communication skills and ability to provide culturally-competent treatment services to diverse client populations.
Familiar with developmental needs of adolescents and young adults.
Basic computer skills including keyboarding, use of mouse, ability to navigate website and use common web browser.
Transporting clients in a personal vehicle required. Must have access to car, valid driver's license, proof of current automobile insurance coverage and ability to meet driving requirements are necessary.
Ability to perform essential functions of job without creating a direct threat to the safety of self or others.


LifeWorks NW believes that diversity strengthens our workforce and empowers our community.
LifeWorks NW is an EEO/AA employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other status in accordance with law.
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Job Name : Accounting Manager ($1,000 Retention Bonus) - CODA, Inc. May 08 2017 6:26 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery
WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Accounting Manager make a difference by:
•Managing daily operations of the Accounting Department.
•Working directly with Payroll Manager to ensure timely payroll functionality.
•Ensuring an accurate and timely monthly, quarterly and year end close.
•Working with the Finance Director to ensure a clean and timely year-end audit.
•Assisting in development and implementation of new procedures and features to enhance the workflow of the accounting department.
•Monitoring general ledger, payroll, accounts payable, and purchasing activities for compliance.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•Must have Bachelor's Degree in Accounting or business with three (3) years of recent experience in accounting and payroll OR BS Degree in Accounting/Finance with three (3) years' experience.
•Three (3) years of prior direct supervision experience is required.
•Must have knowledge of the following: payroll and payroll taxes, month end close, audit preparation, accounts payable, purchasing, fixed assets...
•General understanding of accounting principles and practices is required.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1250

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Billing Supervisor - CODA, Inc. May 08 2017 5:32 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery
WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Billing Supervisor make a difference by:
•With the support of the accounting manager, supervising all client service billing and collection activities.
•Auditing client accounts, meeting with clients to resolve account disputes, reviewing status of aging reports, following-up on denials and reimbursements relative to coding and charge entry processes, overseeing accurate and timely collection of revenue, overseeing Avatar service error corrections, overseeing bank deposits.
• Representing agency and attending court hearings for Collection related matters; serving as liaison to Collection agency
• With the support of the accounting manager: developing, documenting and implementing billing and collection policies and procedures. Improving and streamlining work processes including decreased turnaround times. Assisting with the development and monitoring of measurable objectives and goals for all billing staff.
• Supervising billing staff: orientation, training, on-going monitoring of measurable goals, performance appraisals, and staff development.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
• An Associate's Degree in Accounting or Business with 5 years of recent experience in healthcare billing & collections with leadership experience OR Bachelor's Degree in Accounting/Finance or Business with 3 years of recent experience in the development, evaluation and maintenance of a billing system with leadership experience.
• Knowledge of standardized electronic billing formats, including electronic claim submission 837, remittance 835 requirements/procedures, HCFA-1500 and detailed knowledge of CPT and ICD-9.
• Experience working with commercial insurance and general understanding of accounting principles and practices. Maintain knowledge and adherence to medical billing regulations, including Medicare and Medicaid, Commercial insurance and the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.

Apply now: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1328

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : CADC May 07 2017 21:40 PM
Location of Job : SE Portland
Contact Information:
Robbie

bahlmd@gmail.com
Job Description:
Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor CADC
Portland, Oregon
Full-time, Part-time

We are currently seeking a part-time/full-time Substance Abuse Counselor for our outpatient office in SE Portland, Oregon. Our office is conveniently located in the SE Brooklyn neighborhood close to Max/Bus stops, and very close to download Portland.
Shanti Wellness & Recovery offers a comprehensive outpatient substance abuse treatment serving patients diagnosed with the disease of addiction. We treat without stigma and with empathy. The qualified candidate will work closely in a team environment with a small team of clinicians, medical personnel, and office personnel in accordance with State and Federal Regulations to provide care for our patients. We offer our patients an out-patient environment conducive to recovery from multiple substance abuse disorders. We are a small, productive practice and we are seeking a dedicated hard working CADC to work with us.

Position Summary:
Under the supervision of the Medical Director, our counselors are ultimately responsible for providing individual and group therapy to patients with a primary diagnosis of chemical dependency. Additional responsibilities include:

Position Duties and Responsibilities
• Utilizing knowledge of a variety of therapeutic models and theories to understand and plan intervention strategies for a variety of patients
• Monitoring patient progress and making changes to the therapeutic approach and best practice, evidenced based interventions based on patient response to treatment
• Working collaboratively with the patient and appropriate others to develop a comprehensive treatment plan that addresses priority needs of the patient, desired treatment outcomes, an agreed upon plan of action, and reassessment;
• Maintaining electronic 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, and review.
• Coordinating and cooperating with local agencies and organizations necessary to expedite treatment for each patient.
 
Job Requirements:
• 1-3 years of prior Substance Abuse Counseling experience is preferred
• Must hold a CADC Licensure credential in good standing.
• Excellent Verbal, non-verbal and written communication skills * Time management & organizational skill
• Love to smile! Want to make a difference! * Great organizational skills.
 
Required experience:
• Alcohol and Drug Counseling: 1 year
Required license or certification:
• CADC and LPC or LCSW
Job Name : LEAD Case Manager I May 05 2017 14:10 PM
Location of Job : por
Contact Information:
Priscilla Arnett

priscilla.arnett@ccconcern.org
Job Description:
Central City Concern is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide comprehensive solutions to ending homelessness and achieving self-sufficiency. CCC provides many services, such as addiction treatment, employment, housing, mental health, primary care, and other related culturally specific services, to a diverse population. As an agency deeply rooted in recovery we have a keen interest in promoting and maintaining a Drug & Alcohol-Free Workplace. As part of our policy and commitment to a drug and alcohol-free workplace we conduct post-offer, pre-employment drug screens.

***Applicants must upload a cover letter and resume to their application in order to be considered for this opportunity.***


TITLE: LEAD Case Manager I
DEPARTMENT: Community Engagement Program/LEAD
REPORTS TO: Program Supervisor
HOURS: Tuesday-Friday, 10:00am-8:00pm
SALARY: $16.15-17.76/per hour


SUMMARY:
The LEAD Case Manager works as a member of a multi-disciplinary team providing comprehensive assessment, individual planning, street outreach, intensive case management, peer services, and service brokerage. The team coordinates with community resources to provide access to address all needs, including crisis management, substance abuse treatment, medication management, physical health treatment, mental health treatment, accessing benefits and entitlements, accessing appropriate and affordable housing, accessing employment and educational opportunities, and accessing supports for basic needs. The LEAD Team employs Case Managers with varying levels of experience, training, and education in order to assemble a diverse and competent team.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Completion of High School or GED.
2. CADC I, CRM, PSS or registered preferred. Ability to obtain CADC I, PSS, or CRM within six months of hire and a combination of at least two year's work, education, training or experience specializing in substance use or mental health treatment, outreach, or case management.
3. Must meet CCC privileging requirements as required by FTCA.
4. Have the competencies necessary to:
a. Communicate effectively
b. Perform assessments and develop service plans,
c. Understand treatment and service terminology and able to apply the concepts
d. Provide psychosocial skills development; and
e. Implement interventions and broker services prescribed on a service plan.
5. If in recovery, must be able to document continuous abstinence under independent living conditions or recovery housing for the immediate past two years.
6. Must pass a pre-employment drug screen, TB test, and background check. 7. The OAR prohibits program staff from having within the previous 3 years a DUI conviction or diversion, a felony conviction, or a conviction under the Uniform Controlled Substances Act.
8. Will be required to carry an agency cell phone for work use. Cellphone will be provided by Central City Concern.
9. Must possess a current drivers license, pass a DMV background check and be designated an "acceptable" driver as outlined in Central City Concern's Fleet Safety Policy. Must pass an initial drivers training within 60 days of being an approved driver and continued recertification training.
10. Required to be available for after-hours pager and holiday coverage rotation.
11. Must adhere to agency's non-discrimination policies.
12. Ability to effectively interact with co-workers and individuals with diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds, religious views, llifestyles and sexual orientations and treat each individual with respect and dignity.

HOW TO APPLY:
To view the full job description and apply visit:
www.centralcityconcern.org/jobs

***Applicants must upload a cover letter and resume to their application in order to be considered for this opportunity.***

CCC is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER and does not discriminate against applicants on the basis of race, gender, protected veteran's status, disability, or any other protected class. Applicants seeking reasonable accommodation can contact the Human Resources department at 503-294-1681.
Job Name : Seeking CADC Counselor May 05 2017 12:37 PM
Location of Job : Salem
Contact Information:
Keith Veit

KveitSeasons@outlook.com
Job Description:
Our office is seeking a certified substance abuse counselor. DUII experience preferred, Bilingual a plus. Job duties include, but are not limited to: Conduct ASAM assessments, Individual sessions, and group sessions. Must have a valid ODL and reliable transportation. 30-35 hours weekly. Pay based on experience. Please Email resumes to

KveitSeasons@outlook.com Thank You.
Job Name : Male Recovery Mentor May 05 2017 11:41 AM
Location of Job : Multnomah County
Contact Information:
Multnomah County Program Manager

bridgesmentorjobs@bridgestochange.com
Job Description:
JOB TITLE: Male Recovery Mentor

REPORTS TO: County Program Manager

Founded in 2004, Bridges to Change is a Mission driven agency with a focus on addictions recovery both in the clients we serve and in providing meaningful employment for individuals in recovery. Bridges to Change partners with four counties and community organizations to serve people in need of housing, mentors, and treatment.

JOB SUMMARY:
This full-time Recovery Mentor position is gender-specific. The mentor will be part of the Bridges to Change Multnomah County Team. The mentor will be providing peer recovery support to men who have substance abuse disorders and/or have been recently released from custody. Working in close partnership with Probation and Parole Officers, community partners and onsite recovery home case managers, the Recovery Mentor acts as a peer role model and documents the progress for each client. The Recovery Mentor assists men in engaging in addiction recovery activities and developing recovery support in various communities.

SUMMARY DUTIES & EXPECTATIONS
• Act as a role model for mentees.
• Participate in weekly supervisions and meetings as assigned.
• Maintain accurate and timely reports.
• Facilitate classes and skills groups as assigned.
• Perform random and as-needed urine drug screenings.
• Keep administrative staff informed of any task you are performing outside the scope of your job description.
• Abides by policies and procedures, confidentiality laws, professional boundaries, and peer support principles.
• Attend various models of community support activities with mentees.
• Connect mentees to various models of recovery support, community resources and help them to develop a support network.
• Assess for needs and develop transition plans.
• Transport mentees as needed and help them develop self-sufficiency.
• Help mentees develop full time employment and housing as needed.
• Work forty hours weekly.
• Interact well with staff and clients.

REQUIREMENTS:
• A passion for the mission of Bridges to Change.
• A working knowledge of the professional role of recovery mentor.
• Familiarity with Oregon corrections and probation and parole systems.
• Past experience being on probation or parole.
• GED/ High School Diploma required. Associates degree or equivalent job experience preferred.
• Certified in a Oregon State Mental Health and Addictions approved training as a Certified Recovery Mentor within 90 days of hire.
• Openly identifies as one in recovery who is willing to be a role model with personal experience of using addiction recovery support and mental health services.
• Free of any type of supervision for criminal activity of any kind, in any state for 1 year minimum.
• Excellent communication and conflict resolution skills.
• Ability to work and thrive in dynamic environments and under pressure.
• Ability to maintain high professional standards at all times with client, staff, and community partners.
• Ability to hold others accountable with compassion.
• Ability to adapt in order to offer trauma-informed care to mentees.
• Experience setting and maintaining clear boundaries.
• Familiarity with various resources.
• Able to introduce mentees to various models of recovery.
• Maintain some form of a personal recovery support program in order to be able to articulate and role model for mentees.
• As a peer in recovery, mentor must be able to document more than two years continuous clean and sober time with a verifiable program of recovery.
• Basic computer skills including Word, Excel, Outlook.

WORKING CONDITIONS
• Evenings, weekends, and travel may be required for this position.
• The ability to lift, carry or otherwise move objects of up to 25 pounds on a regular basis.
• The ability to occasionally lift, carry or otherwise move objects of up to up to 50 pounds.
• Must have a current and valid driver’s license.
• Requires the use of a personal vehicle to provide transportation for mentees.

DISCLAIMER
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.

Job Name : Mentor Program Director May 05 2017 11:37 AM
Location of Job : Portland
Contact Information:
Operations Director

careers@bridgestochange.com
Job Description:
Job Title: Mentor Program Director

Location: Portland, OR

Salary Range: $55k-$60k, DOE

Full-time, Salary Exempt

Founded in 2004, Bridges to Change is a mission driven agency with a focus on addictions recovery both in the clients we serve and in providing meaningful employment for individuals in recovery. In partnership with county and other community organizations, Bridges to Change serves individuals and families experiencing homelessness, addictions, mental health and poverty across five counties in Oregon.

Position Summary
The Mentor Program Director is responsible for the oversite of mentor programs with multiple funders and community partners. The Director ensures compliance with Oregon Administrative Rules, contractual standards, performance objectives and best practices. The Program Director works under supervision of the Operations Director to provide leadership and facilitate effective communication and problem solving within the program and with funders and other stakeholders.

Essential Functions
Recruit, train, supervise and develop staff, resolving issues through effective leadership
Initiate and set goals for programs according to the strategic objectives of the organization
Lead organizational change initiatives through the application of change, risk and resource management
Enhance efficiency and productivity of people and procedures
Devise evaluation strategies to monitor performance and determine the need for improvements
Assertively seek and apply for innovative funding and staff development opportunities through private and public funding sources
Represent Bridges to Change in community and public discussions, forums, and in planning and committee settings
Ensure program operations and activities adhere to legal, ethical and organizational guidelines
Manage all aspects of program development including development, implementation, completion and analysis while successfully meeting deadlines and strategic objectives
Collaborate with the Leadership Team to ensure the long-term health, quality, effectiveness and strength of the organization in alignment with the mission of Bridges to Change
Develop and maintain strong external relationships with funders, peers and community partners, as appropriate, to best serve the needs of the organization

Competencies
Project Management
Personal Effectiveness/Credibility
Communication Proficiency
Collaborative Orientation
Problem Solving/Analysis
Business Acumen
Leadership
Performance Management and Analysis
Data Collection and Reporting
Industry Knowledge: Trauma Informed Care

Minimum Requirements
Bachelor’s degree in social sciences, business or related discipline; or equivalent experience.
Two to five years of experience in nonprofit, mental health or addictions field.
At least three years of management experience.
Previous program management experience.
Satisfactory criminal background and driving record check.
Verifiable clean-time requirement of two years minimum, if in recovery.
One or more of the following certifications preferred: CRM, CADCII, MS, MA, QMHP

Eligible Benefits
Generous paid time off
Employer paid medical and life insurance
403b retirement with company match
Access to employee assistance program
Two paid volunteer days per year

To Apply
Please email cover letter and resume to careers@bridgestochange.com and reference the Job Title in the subject line.

Bridges to Change is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to providing a work environment that is free of harassment and discrimination. Bridges to Change provides equal employment opportunity to all qualified employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, physical or mental disability, genetic information, medical condition, veteran status, or any other class protected by local, state, or federal law. Equal employment opportunity will be extended to all persons in all aspects of the employment relationship—including but not limited to recruitment, hiring, compensation, promotion, demotion, transfer, disciplinary action, layoff, and termination of employment.
Job Name : Female Recovery Mentor - Temporary Assignment May 05 2017 11:36 AM
Location of Job : Multnomah County
Contact Information:
Clinical Supervisor

fpena@bridgestochange.com
Job Description:
Please send resume and cover letter to fpena@bridgestochange.com and reference the job title in the subject line.

JOB TITLE: Female IOP Recovery Mentor- Temporary Full-time

REPORTS TO: Clinical Supervisor

LOCATION: Multnomah County

Hourly, Non-Exempt

JOB SUMMARY:
This Recovery Mentor position is temporary and gender-specific. The recovery mentor will support women who have substance abuse and mental health disorders and are enrolled in intensive outpatient treatment services. Working closely with community partners and onsite case managers, the Recovery Mentor acts as a role model and documents the progress for each client. The Recovery Mentor assists women in engaging in addiction recovery activities and developing mental health recovery support in various communities. This temporary assignment is expected to last 2-3 months.

SUMMARY DUTIES & EXPECTATIONS:
Ability to maintain high professional standards at all times with client, staff, and community partners.
Act as a role model for mentees.
Participate in weekly staff meetings.
Maintain accurate and timely reports.
Facilitate classes and groups as assigned.
Keep administrative staff informed of any task you are performing outside the scope of your job description.
Attend recovery related meetings with mentees as assigned during business hours.
Connect mentees to other community resources.
Transport clients to recovery meetings and help them to develop a support network.
Help clients build a recovery program.
Help clients develop full time employment, and housing if needed.
Work forty hours weekly.
Interact well with staff and clients.
Complete daily progress notes in electronic medical records system.
Work in a friendly, collaborative manner with BTC program partners.
Serve as a contact person in the community for the BTC Program.
Abide by agency policies and procedures and all relevant state and federal treatment regulations and standards.
Attend and actively participate in individual and group supervision, daily contact meetings with the treatment team, weekly BTC staffing’s and other meetings as assigned by the Director of Treatment services.
Maintain current certifications; participate in required training as needed.
Participate with team members (clinical, administrative and BTC) in a manner that contributes to healthy team functioning.
Other duties as assigned by the Clinical Supervisor.

REQUIREMENTS:
GED/High School Diploma; Associates Degree or equivalent experience preferred
CRM Certification
Past experience being in treatment and familiarity with substance use disorder treatment
Free of any type of supervision, in any state.
Excellent communication and conflict resolution skills
Computer literate: functional ability with Microsoft office; experience with electronic medical records system preferred

WORKING CONDITIONS:
Evenings, weekends, and travel are required for this position.
The ability to lift, carry or otherwise move objects of up to 25 pounds on a regular basis, and occasionally up to 50 pounds is also necessary.
Must have a current and valid driver’s license.
Requires the use of a personal vehicle to provide transportation for clients

DISCLAIMER
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.
Job Name : Onsite Case Manager/House Manager II May 05 2017 11:34 AM
Location of Job : SE Portland
Contact Information:
Special Programs Manager

shannon@bridgestochange.com
Job Description:
Send resume and cover letter to shannon@bridgestochange.com.

JOB TITLE: On-Site Case Manager/House Manager II

REPORTS TO: Special Programs Manager

LOCATION: SE Portland

Founded in 2004, Bridges to Change is a Mission driven agency with a focus on addictions recovery both in the clients we serve and in providing meaningful employment for individuals in recovery. In partnership with county and other community organizations, Bridges to Change serves individuals and families experiencing homelessness, addictions, mental health and poverty in the Portland Tri-County region.

JOB SUMMARY
This recruitment is for a gender specific position working with women. In collaboration with BTC staff and other community partners, this position will work directly with women in mental health and addiction stabilization housing program. This position requires the ability to live on site and have flexible work hours.

SUMMARY DUTIES & EXPECTATIONS
Maintain a healthy, alcohol/drug free environment
Establish a positive relationship withresidents, with mutual trust and respect
Have the ability to interact with people from diverse backgrounds
Maintain regular interaction, offer Act as a guide, advocate and role model for residents
Have the ability to identify and solve problems, to formulate ideas and come up with creative solutionsboth independently and
Work as a household to maintain property and grounds
Give random, observedgender specific UA’s as needed or necessary
Post and rotate chores for household
Conduct weekly house meetings to build community and as a method of problem solving
Attend monthly house manager meeting and order appropriate household supplies
Resource and referral coordination both in addiction and mental healthservices
Monitor access to medications
Provide life-skills training to residents, including but not limited to, cooking, cleaningand pro-social behavior
Introduce residents to and engage them in recovery & pro-social activities

REQUIREMENTS: 
A passion for the mission of Bridges to Change
GED/ High School Diploma required
Crisis intervention experience
If in recovery, 2year clean/sober with a verifiable program of recovery
Excellentcommunication and conflict resolution skills
Ability to work and thrive in dynamicenvironments and under pressure
Ability to maintain high professional standards at all times with client, staff, and community partners
Ability to hold others accountable with compassion
Experience setting and maintaining clear boundaries
The ability to keep accurate records
Exceptional interpersonal skills

WORKING CONDITIONS
Live-in position requiring overnight, some evening & weekendhours
The ability to lift, carry or otherwise move objects of up to25 pounds on a regular basis, and occasionally up to 50 pounds is also necessary
Must have a current and valid driver’slicense
Pass background and driving history checks
Requires the use of a personal vehicle to provide transportation for clients

DISCLAIMER
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.
Job Name : Accounting Specialist ($1,000 Retention Bonus!)- CODA, Inc. May 05 2017 9:18 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery
WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Accounting Specialist make a difference by:
•Verifying patient financial and insurance eligibility; initiate financial and payment agreements, Release of Information.
•Submitting patient financial setup, scheduling transactions, charging entries in electronic medical record software.
•Assisting patient with self-administration of medications per established procedures, including accurately recording all medication activities in the medication record.
•Auditing patient accounts.
• Monitoring partial funded patients: handling income verifications and authorizations; processing patient level of care stage forms.
• Overseeing accurate and timely collection of active patient Private-Pay revenue.
• Maintaining professional and ethical behavioral standards of conduct when meeting with patients; working cooperatively and jointly to provide quality seamless customer service; assisting with patient conflict resolution as needed; directing patient questions involving coordination between medical, clinical, and medical records staff.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
• Associate's Degree OR equivalent of five years of experience in customer service.
• Have knowledge of the following: cash handling processes, collections, HIPAA guidelines.
• Have advanced customer service skills including clear and professional verbal and written communication skills and strong problem solving abilities; able to maintain confidentiality.
• Be able to operate a computer keyboard by touch and have computer skills that include the use of an electronic billing system. Must have working knowledge of Microsoft Office products and proficiency in Excel.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1343

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Nurse Practitioner - CODA, Inc. May 05 2017 8:50 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery
WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Staff Nurses make a difference by:
•Administering weekly screening and follow-up medical procedures and assessments including required weekly Medical Management sessions during the active medication phase of the study.
•Ordering, dispensing, and administering (or oversee dispensation and administration of) study medications as per study protocol, as well as the naloxone challenge.
•Prescribing ancillary medications as appropriate to manage side effects during study.
•Being available during participants' scheduled visits to respond to any clinical questions/issues that might arise.
•Being available during informed consent process to answer questions specific to medical study components.
•Complying with any other additional local institutional requirements for medical staff responsibilities such as signing and dating consent forms, if needed.
•If in accordance with training, may evaluate participants' mental health and document clinical findings and decision in a progress note each time participant is evaluated.
•Attending and participating in study conference calls, as required.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•Active, unencumbered licensure as a Nurse Practitioner with active certification and prescriptive authority through the Oregon State Board of Nursing is required, including registration with DEA to prescribe Schedule II-V substances
•OR- Active, unencumbered licensure as a Physician Assistant with licensure through the Oregon Medical Board, including registration with DEA to prescribe Schedule II-V substances
•Oregon or Washington Driver's License

Apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1223

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Assistant Program Supervisor ($1,000 Retention Bonus) - CODA, Inc. May 05 2017 7:55 AM
Location of Job : Gresham, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery
WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Assistant Program Supervisors make a difference by:
• Providing education and clinical direction of mental health program needs.
• Conducting integrated screening and assessment with referrals and admissions.
• Initiating and provides family support services.
• Training of new clinical and operational staff.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
• Master's Degree in Counseling, Social Work, or related human services field.
• Minimum of 2 years experience in a similar program.
• Demonstrated knowledge of addictions and mental health practices.
• Demonstrated competency in assessment, motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy, and family support services

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1330

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Associate Counselor ($1,000 Retention Bonus) - CODA, Inc. May 05 2017 7:00 AM
Location of Job : Tigard, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery
WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Associate Counselors make a difference by:
• Providing standardized client in-take and admissions orientation.
• Monitoring and tracking client progress.
• Establishing and maintaining professional relationships with patients; implementing outreach efforts to maintain client's engagement in treatment process.
• Administering medications per physician's orders.
• Providing resource information and referral to clients.
• Observing and administering urinalysis tests.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
• 1 year of college or 4 months related work experience and/or training in drug and alcohol addictions programs.
• Relevant experience with addictions and/or mental health responsibilities.
• Basic knowledge of chemical dependency issues.
• Basic oral and written communication skills with the ability to positively inform others and listen attentively.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1344

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Peer Support Interventionist May 05 2017 6:44 AM
Location of Job : Eugene
Contact Information:
Ray Brown

raybr@relliefnursery.org
Job Description:
RELIEF NURSERY
PEER SUPPORT INTERVENTIONIST
JOB DESCRIPTION


Position: Male Peer Support Interventionist
FTE: Full-time position
Reports to: Program Supervisor
Evaluated by: Program Supervisor
Rate: $11.60 - $13.95

We are currently seeking a full time male Peer Support Specialist who will be working with our Lane County Treatment Court Program and our other Relief Nursery Programs.

Responsibilities: Peer Support Interventionist staff will provide peer support to parents referred from Lane County Treatment Court as well as other Relief Nursery Programs. Peer support will consist of, and not be limited to home visits, court support, telephone contacts, transportation, referrals and advocacy. They will work with the Program Supervisor to design and implement education, referral, and involvement in parent components of the program. Peer Support Interventionist will be responsible for set up and clean up of Relief Nursery classes and support groups along with attending group activities to ensure that they are sufficiently supervised and cohesive. They will maintain a personal recovery program, if appropriate, as well as model recovery-appropriate behavior.

Requirements:

1. Education & Experience: High School diploma or equivalent.
2. Familiarity with substance abusing population and people with disabilities.
3. Must be able to demonstrate continuous sobriety under non-residential, independent living conditions for the immediate past two years.
3. Current Certified Recovery Mentor Certificate or within 6 months
4. Access to car, valid driver's license, proof of current automobile insurance coverage and ability to meet driving requirements are necessary.

Skills & Abilities:

1. Knowledge of substance use and detoxification; community resources and recovery programs.
2. Individuals in recovery are encouraged to apply and affected others who have personal experience in helping a family member with the recovery process.
3. Communicate clearly, concisely and effectively orally and in writing.
4. Work well with parents and children of diverse backgrounds.
5. Work independently and as a team member.
6. Ability to function in crisis situations.
7. Bilingual preferred

● Will be asked to discuss recovering experiences during interview process.

Relief Nursery offers paid medical and dental after 60 days, generous vacation, sick, personal leave and 403b benefit package for all full time employees.

Pre-employment drug screen and criminal background check required. Closing date: will remain open until filled. Send resume and cover letter to: Relief Nursery, Attn: Ray Brown, 1720 W.25th Ave. Eugene, Oregón. 97405. email address raybr@reliefnursery.org

Job Name : Behavioral Health Specialist ($1,000 Retention Bonus) - CODA, Inc. May 05 2017 6:24 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery
WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Behavioral Health Specialists make a difference by:
• Conducting substance use treatment intakes and assessments. Determining medical necessity for substance use treatment including screening for detoxification needs, providing diagnostic evaluation of substance use disorders, and evaluating placement within ASAM criteria.
• Developing collaborative strength based treatment plans incorporating relevant treatment interventions indicated by substance use assessment.
• Assisting in the gathering and compiling of information for integrated assessments under direction of a QMHP
• Producing accurate strength-based documentation demonstrating clinical knowledge that is in alignment with agency protocols and payor regulations. Utilizing collaborative documentation to elicit patient engagement and recovery based language
•Applying evidence based group practices in educational, skills, and relapse prevention groups using agency approved curriculum
•Providing trauma-informed culturally responsive individual clinical services including case management. Acting assertively to include and engage family members as partners in treatment.
•Providing mental health individual and group clinical services including case management, skills training, coordination of care, and medication training as directed by individual treatment plan

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
• A minimum of 2 years experience in a similar or closely related role.
• Master's Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Criminal Justice, or closely related area of study - OR - Bachelor's Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Criminal Justice or closely related area of study and an additional 3 years of experience in a related role (5 years total).
• Meet requirements for application of CADC II certification within 24 months of employment.
•Valid Oregon or Washington Driver's License.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply here: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1323

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Wraparound Care Coordinator May 04 2017 12:35 PM
Location of Job : Roseburg
Contact Information:
Amy Harris

amyha@adaptoregon.org
Job Description:
Adapt's Compass Behavioral Health is currently recruiting for a full-time Wraparound Care Coordinator.

POSITION PURPOSE:

The Wraparound Care Coordinator serves as an advocate/liaison in assisting children/adolescents and their parents/guardians in obtaining services from community resources and other professionals. They are responsible for developing and organizing Child and Family Teams to assess and meet the multiple needs of children who have or at risk of developing behavioral and emotional problems. They're responsible for coordinating and facilitating Child and Family Team meetings at which the team identifies strengths and needs across all relevant life domains and organizes, initiates, reviews, and revises documented planning. The Wraparound Care Coordinator meets with MH children/adolescents clients and/or their parent/guardians in the home, school or designated locations to determine and assess needs, transports clients to appropriate appointments with community-based organizations.

ESSENTIAL JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

Facilitate weekly/ monthly meetings with identified Wraparound team to include law enforcement, school personnel, juvenile, mental health professionals, Community Health Alliance (CHA) personnel, etc.; orient them to Wraparound program and engage their involvement to support client; lead and facilitate ongoing meetings with Wraparound team members.
Research community resources for client support; communicate options to Wraparound team and client; continue ongoing communication, both oral and written, to track and monitor effectiveness of provided support (i.e. residential, peer support program, etc.) Travel to and from client’s homes, other agencies as needed.
Orient new client to Wraparound and gain consent from appropriate authority to proceed with services; assess needs, expectations and strengths of clients for initial Child and Family Team (CFT) meeting.
Facilitate residential determination process, researching placement options, completing referral documentation and communicating process to Wraparound team.
Will be required to achieve productivity standards as set forth and outlined by your manager.
Maintain compliance with regard to state, federal and CHA guidelines including but not limited to accurate and timely documentation.
Adapt offers insurance plans to all eligible full-time employees and their families, in which premiums are 100% employer paid. In addition, a 401k plan is available to all employees and contributed to by Adapt after a specified time of employment.

Come join our growing team!

Job Type: Full-time

Required education:

Bachelor's
Required experience:

Mental Health: 2 years
Job Name : Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor II May 04 2017 12:09 PM
Location of Job : Philomath, Oregon
Contact Information:
Diane Potratz

diane@kolpiacounseling.com
Job Description:
Kolpia Counseling is hiring for a full time Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor II in Philomath, Oregon.

Kolpia Counseling Services is a state licensed, private out-patient counseling center offering a patient-centered approach to helping individuals and families heal from the effects and consequences of substance abuse and addiction.

The CADC II position is responsible for providing services at the satellite office in Philomath Oregon, receiving direction and supervision remotely from Kolpia’s primary site in Ashland. This position will receive referrals from providers in Philomath as well as surrounding areas for substance use assessments, service planning, and provision of outpatient services including individual/group sessions and case management/care coordination services as needed. Population is anticipated to have a large percentage of individuals receiving medication assisted treatment for opiate addiction. All services provided must adhere to ASAM, DSM V standards and criteria, Kolpia policy and state rules. Documentation will be in a web based EHR.

Qualifications Required: CADC II; minimum of two years of experience working with adult population in out-patient addictions treatment setting; experience and knowledge working with individuals receiving medication assisted treatment for opiate addiction; knowledge, skills and abilities demonstrating competence in the following job functions: assessment, treatment planning, individual and group counseling, timely accurate documentation, client case management, referral and care coordination. Must demonstrate positive interpersonal skills, professional manner and be able to work independently with remote supervision. Applicants in recovery must be able to demonstrate continuous sobriety under non-residential, independent living conditions for the immediate past two years. Must pass appropriate criminal background check and employment drug screen.

Preferred Qualifications: CADC II, three or more years of experience, knowledge and experience working within Oregon State regulated programs service, bachelor degree in related field.

Compensation: $42,000 to start, increase to $45,000 after successful completion of 90 day probationary period, $250 monthly insurance stipend, 401k, generous paid time off.

Submit cover letter, resume and three professional references to:
Diane Potratz, LCSW, Director
diane@kolpiacounseling.com

Priority consideration to applications received before 5/15/17
Job Name : Female urinalysis technician/clerical support position May 04 2017 12:01 PM
Location of Job : Gresham and Portland (Gateway area)
Contact Information:
Aaron Osorio

SE@treatmentservicesnw.com
Job Description:
Permanent Part Time Position:

Female urinalysis technician/clerical office position at an outpatient chemical dependency program.

Job Responsibilities:
• Follow legal chain of custody procedures for observing female patients submitting urine samples
• Fill out urinalysis chain of custody forms
• Filing and general office work

Job Requirements:
• Excellent time management and organizational skills
• Ability to organize work flow to insure efficiency and accuracy
• Excellent phone and interpersonal skills
• Be able to understand and maintain strict confidentiality(HIPAA) and personal boundaries
• Be able to provide professional service and respect for patient's privacy
• promptness, dependability and detail oriented
• Ensure effective office workflow operations (answering phones, open and distribute mail, operate office machinery, order supplies, triage matters of top priority and handle accordingly).

Hours: 30 hours per week with some flexibility in scheduling days and hours. These will be three 10-hour days.

Wages: $14 per hour.
Experience in a medical/office setting.

2 Locations: Gresham and N.E. 102nd in the Gateway area (Portland)

*This is a drug, smoke and tobacco free workplace. Employees may not be on any supervised parole or probation. Persons in recovery from substance abuse disorders, must be able to demonstrate continuous abstinence for at least the past 2 years.
Please submit your resume and cover letter to:

SE@treatmentservicesnw.com

Attention Aaron.

Job Name : Mentor Program Director May 04 2017 11:56 AM
Location of Job : Portland
Contact Information:
Operations Director

careers@bridgestochange.com
Job Description:
Job Title: Mentor Program Director

Location: Portland, OR

Salary Range: $55k-$60k, DOE

Full-time, Salary Exempt

Founded in 2004, Bridges to Change is a mission driven agency with a focus on addictions recovery both in the clients we serve and in providing meaningful employment for individuals in recovery. In partnership with county and other community organizations, Bridges to Change serves individuals and families experiencing homelessness, addictions, mental health and poverty across five counties in Oregon.

Position Summary
The Mentor Program Director is responsible for the oversite of mentor programs with multiple funders and community partners. The Director ensures compliance with Oregon Administrative Rules, contractual standards, performance objectives and best practices. The Program Director works under supervision of the Operations Director to provide leadership and facilitate effective communication and problem solving within the program and with funders and other stakeholders.

Essential Functions
Recruit, train, supervise and develop staff, resolving issues through effective leadership
Initiate and set goals for programs according to the strategic objectives of the organization
Lead organizational change initiatives through the application of change, risk and resource management
Enhance efficiency and productivity of people and procedures
Devise evaluation strategies to monitor performance and determine the need for improvements
Assertively seek and apply for innovative funding and staff development opportunities through private and public funding sources
Represent Bridges to Change in community and public discussions, forums, and in planning and committee settings
Ensure program operations and activities adhere to legal, ethical and organizational guidelines
Manage all aspects of program development including development, implementation, completion and analysis while successfully meeting deadlines and strategic objectives
Collaborate with the Leadership Team to ensure the long-term health, quality, effectiveness and strength of the organization in alignment with the mission of Bridges to Change
Develop and maintain strong external relationships with funders, peers and community partners, as appropriate, to best serve the needs of the organization

Competencies
Project Management
Personal Effectiveness/Credibility
Communication Proficiency
Collaborative Orientation
Problem Solving/Analysis
Business Acumen
Leadership
Performance Management and Analysis
Data Collection and Reporting
Industry Knowledge: Trauma Informed Care

Minimum Requirements
Bachelor’s degree in social sciences, business or related discipline; or equivalent experience.
Two to five years of experience in nonprofit, mental health or addictions field.
At least three years of management experience.
Previous program management experience.
Satisfactory criminal background and driving record check.
Verifiable clean-time requirement of two years minimum, if in recovery.
One or more of the following certifications preferred: CRM, CADCII, MS, MA, QMHP

Eligible Benefits
Generous paid time off
Employer paid medical and life insurance
403b retirement with company match
Access to employee assistance program
Two paid volunteer days per year

To Apply
Please email cover letter and resume to careers@bridgestochange.com and reference the Job Title in the subject line.

Bridges to Change is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to providing a work environment that is free of harassment and discrimination. Bridges to Change provides equal employment opportunity to all qualified employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, physical or mental disability, genetic information, medical condition, veteran status, or any other class protected by local, state, or federal law. Equal employment opportunity will be extended to all persons in all aspects of the employment relationship—including but not limited to recruitment, hiring, compensation, promotion, demotion, transfer, disciplinary action, layoff, and termination of employment.
Job Name : Female Cook I May 04 2017 11:55 AM
Location of Job : Portland
Contact Information:
Priscilla Arnett

priscilla.arnett@ccconcern.org
Job Description:
Central City Concern is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide comprehensive solutions to ending homelessness and achieving self-sufficiency. CCC provides many services, such as addiction treatment, employment, housing, mental health, primary care, and other related culturally specific services, to a diverse population. As an agency deeply rooted in recovery we have a keen interest in promoting and maintaining a Drug & Alcohol-Free Workplace. As part of our policy and commitment to a drug and alcohol-free workplace, we conduct post-offer, pre-employment drug screens.

****Applicants must upload a cover letter and resume to their application in order to be considered for this opportunity****


TITLE: Female Cook I
DEPARTMENT: Letty Owings Center
REPORTS TO: Facilities Services Coordinator
REPRESENTED: Yes
HOURS: Sunday & Monday 9:30am-6:00
Thursday, 11:00am-3:00pm
SALARY: $13.12/Per hour

SUMMARY: The Letty Owings Center (LOC) is a Residential Alcohol and Drug Treatment program for pregnant women or parenting women with children from newborn to five years of age. The Cook I position is a key component to the daily functioning of the LOC programs food service system. The position requires a person with a high degree of motivation and organizational skills as well as a sound understanding of adult and child nutritional needs.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Must have high school diploma or GED equivalent.
2. Must have prior institutional cooking experience or training.
3. Possess a current Oregon Food handlers permit or be able to acquire one within two weeks of hire.
4. Must pass pre-employment drug screen, TB Test, and background check.
5. Must be able to bend, stoop, kneel, squat, twist, reach, pull and lift heavy objects and climb stairs.
6. Sufficient manual dexterity and physical ability to perform duties.
7. If in recovery, must be able to document continuous abstinence under independent living conditions or recovery housing for the immediate past two years.
8. Exercise strong organizational and prioritization skills.
9. Must adhere to agency nondiscrimination policies.
10. Ability to effectively interact with co-workers and clients with diverse ethnic backgrounds, religious views, political affiliations, cultural backgrounds, lifestyles, and sexual orientations and treat each individual with respect and dignity.

HOW TO APPLY:
To view the full job description and apply visit:
www.centralcityconcern.org/jobs

***Applicants must upload a cover letter and resume to their application in order to be considered for this opportunity.***

CCC is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER and does not discriminate against applicants on the basis of race, gender, protected veteran's status, disability, or any other protected class. Applicants seeking reasonable accommodation can contact the Human Resources department at 503-294-1681.
Job Name : Female Recovery Mentor - Temporary Assignment May 04 2017 11:54 AM
Location of Job : Multnomah County
Contact Information:
Clinical Supervisor

fpena@bridgestochange.com
Job Description:
Please send resume and cover letter to fpena@bridgestochange.com and reference the job title in the subject line.

JOB TITLE: Female IOP Recovery Mentor- Temporary Full-time

REPORTS TO: Clinical Supervisor

LOCATION: Multnomah County

Hourly, Non-Exempt

JOB SUMMARY:
This Recovery Mentor position is temporary and gender-specific. The recovery mentor will support women who have substance abuse and mental health disorders and are enrolled in intensive outpatient treatment services. Working closely with community partners and onsite case managers, the Recovery Mentor acts as a role model and documents the progress for each client. The Recovery Mentor assists women in engaging in addiction recovery activities and developing mental health recovery support in various communities. This temporary assignment is expected to last 2-3 months.

SUMMARY DUTIES & EXPECTATIONS:
Ability to maintain high professional standards at all times with client, staff, and community partners.
Act as a role model for mentees.
Participate in weekly staff meetings.
Maintain accurate and timely reports.
Facilitate classes and groups as assigned.
Keep administrative staff informed of any task you are performing outside the scope of your job description.
Attend recovery related meetings with mentees as assigned during business hours.
Connect mentees to other community resources.
Transport clients to recovery meetings and help them to develop a support network.
Help clients build a recovery program.
Help clients develop full time employment, and housing if needed.
Work forty hours weekly.
Interact well with staff and clients.
Complete daily progress notes in electronic medical records system.
Work in a friendly, collaborative manner with BTC program partners.
Serve as a contact person in the community for the BTC Program.
Abide by agency policies and procedures and all relevant state and federal treatment regulations and standards.
Attend and actively participate in individual and group supervision, daily contact meetings with the treatment team, weekly BTC staffing’s and other meetings as assigned by the Director of Treatment services.
Maintain current certifications; participate in required training as needed.
Participate with team members (clinical, administrative and BTC) in a manner that contributes to healthy team functioning.
Other duties as assigned by the Clinical Supervisor.

REQUIREMENTS:
GED/High School Diploma; Associates Degree or equivalent experience preferred
CRM Certification
Past experience being in treatment and familiarity with substance use disorder treatment
Free of any type of supervision, in any state.
Excellent communication and conflict resolution skills
Computer literate: functional ability with Microsoft office; experience with electronic medical records system preferred

WORKING CONDITIONS:
Evenings, weekends, and travel are required for this position.
The ability to lift, carry or otherwise move objects of up to 25 pounds on a regular basis, and occasionally up to 50 pounds is also necessary.
Must have a current and valid driver’s license.
Requires the use of a personal vehicle to provide transportation for clients

DISCLAIMER
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.
Job Name : Onsite Case Manager/House Manager II May 04 2017 11:52 AM
Location of Job : SE Portland
Contact Information:
Special Programs Manager

shannon@bridgestochange.com
Job Description:
Send resume and cover letter to shannon@bridgestochange.com.

JOB TITLE: On-Site Case Manager/House Manager II

REPORTS TO: Special Programs Manager

LOCATION: SE Portland

Founded in 2004, Bridges to Change is a Mission driven agency with a focus on addictions recovery both in the clients we serve and in providing meaningful employment for individuals in recovery. In partnership with county and other community organizations, Bridges to Change serves individuals and families experiencing homelessness, addictions, mental health and poverty in the Portland Tri-County region.

JOB SUMMARY
This recruitment is for a gender specific position working with women. In collaboration with BTC staff and other community partners, this position will work directly with women in mental health and addiction stabilization housing program. This position requires the ability to live on site and have flexible work hours.

SUMMARY DUTIES & EXPECTATIONS
Maintain a healthy, alcohol/drug free environment
Establish a positive relationship withresidents, with mutual trust and respect
Have the ability to interact with people from diverse backgrounds
Maintain regular interaction, offer Act as a guide, advocate and role model for residents
Have the ability to identify and solve problems, to formulate ideas and come up with creative solutionsboth independently and
Work as a household to maintain property and grounds
Give random, observedgender specific UA’s as needed or necessary
Post and rotate chores for household
Conduct weekly house meetings to build community and as a method of problem solving
Attend monthly house manager meeting and order appropriate household supplies
Resource and referral coordination both in addiction and mental healthservices
Monitor access to medications
Provide life-skills training to residents, including but not limited to, cooking, cleaningand pro-social behavior
Introduce residents to and engage them in recovery & pro-social activities

REQUIREMENTS: 
A passion for the mission of Bridges to Change
GED/ High School Diploma required
Crisis intervention experience
If in recovery, 2year clean/sober with a verifiable program of recovery
Excellentcommunication and conflict resolution skills
Ability to work and thrive in dynamicenvironments and under pressure
Ability to maintain high professional standards at all times with client, staff, and community partners
Ability to hold others accountable with compassion
Experience setting and maintaining clear boundaries
The ability to keep accurate records
Exceptional interpersonal skills

WORKING CONDITIONS
Live-in position requiring overnight, some evening & weekendhours
The ability to lift, carry or otherwise move objects of up to25 pounds on a regular basis, and occasionally up to 50 pounds is also necessary
Must have a current and valid driver’slicense
Pass background and driving history checks
Requires the use of a personal vehicle to provide transportation for clients

DISCLAIMER
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.
Job Name : Alcohol & Drug Service Technician ($1,000 Retention Bonus) - CODA, Inc May 04 2017 11:50 AM
Location of Job : Portland, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery
WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Alcohol & Drug Service Technicians make a difference by:
• Monitoring the behavior and location of patients, completing routine documentation and recording unusual or concerning behaviors that should be addressed by the clinical team.
• Assisting with planned and approved patient outings, providing transportation and ensuring program rules are followed during outings while serving as a positive role model for community-oriented behavior.
• Assisting patient with self-administration of medications per established procedures, including accurately recording all medication activities in the medication record.
• Performing and observing urine toxicology specimen collection following program procedures including strict adherence to protocols for testing same or differing genders.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
• Must have high school diploma or GED.
• 6 months of education, training, or experience in addictions treatment.
• A minimum of one year work experience in a clinical, medical, residential, office, or similar work environment as a member of a work team.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply now: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1346

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Recovery Mentor ($1,000 Retention Bonus!) - CODA, Inc. May 04 2017 8:49 AM
Location of Job : Tigard, OR
Contact Information:
Human Resources

careers@codainc.org
Job Description:
Building Health & Recovery
WE ARE CODA

We provide medical treatment, teach parenting skills, carry out research and manage health records. We cook, we write, we keep CODA's buildings safe and clean. We run group counseling sessions, manage payroll, hire, train and support our 300 colleagues working in several locations in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. We are counselors, nurses, maintenance workers, accountants, leaders, medical assistants, case managers, administrative staff and doctors.

Our Recovery Mentor make a difference by:
•Assisting patients in accessing alcohol and drug free housing, medical and emergency services and other community resources.
•Facilitating connection to the recovery community and other supports that may reinforce the patient's recovery plan.
•Teaching and modeling positive recovery skills. In Residential settings, monitor the recovery environment, and reporting and/or documenting concerns. Respond to emergencies and acting as a mandatory reporter following agency procedures.
•Coordinate therapeutic interventions and report on patient progress to treatment team and invested community partners with proper release.
•Escort and/or drive residents to community related activities or appointments in support of recovery efforts.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•High school diploma or GED.
•Experience with individuals and/or families with addiction and the recovery community.
•Ability to utilize both oral and written communications skills to effectively communicate with clients, co-workers, community resources, supervisors, and various other individuals encountered in the course of performing work while maintaining client confidentiality and establishing professional rapport.
•Valid Oregon or Washington Driver's License.

The bonus opportunity comprises of a $500 sign-on bonus (appears on first check)
and another $500 after 6 months of employment for a total of $1,000.
It is only available for a limited time, so apply now: https://rew12.ultipro.com/COD1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1347

Why CODA:

We value our employees and show it with competitive wages, an exceptionally strong benefits package that includes medical insurance premiums starting at $20/month for individual-employee plan, dental, vision, 401K with Employer Matching, unlimited Employee Assistance Program (EAP), HRA plan, additional voluntary benefits, and 14 PTO hours a month as soon as you start.

We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.

CODA offers tuition reimbursement, paid training, and internal career-advancement opportunities. Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.

CODA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Name : Family Navigator May 04 2017 7:32 AM
Location of Job : Springfiled
Contact Information:
Julie Tjaden

julietj@reliefnursery.org
Job Description:
Title: Navigator “Bi-lingual preferred”
Reports to: Navigator Supervisor
Hours: up to 40/week

Overview: The Navigator will assist DHS Welfare referrals for parents/families who meet the requirements of the DHS Differential Response System. The Navigator will assist families complete items of their case plan as per strengths/needs assessment and/or other services that are supportive the client’s success. The Navigator will respond to referrals and begin support in a timely manner consistent with the contract requirements, complete all documentation/reported as required and participate in any relevant case staffing and/or family meetings.
Requirements& competencies: A bachelor’s degree in a social service field; or a combination of two year’s work and two years education, training or three years of work experience in a social service field working with families from multi-stressed environments. Cultural/linguistic competency as per relevant to assigned families. Ability to work with families utilizing a strength-based approach, knowledge of community resources, ability to communicate professionally, and to comply with all reporting, legal and meeting requirements as per contract. Appropriate training and understanding of all mandated reporting requirements and issues related to supporting families with multiple risk factors and stresses.
Responsibilities:
Provide all relevant documentation/reports in a timely and professional manner
Participate in supervision and other family meetings, as appropriate
Coordinate with CPS workers to insure required timely contact initiation and face to face meeting with family
Complete relevant family needs/strengths assessments in order to insure appropriate support for family/children
Customize services including, but not limited to assistance removing barriers in the financial, communication & information, child welfare system, fear & emotional, legal, mental health, and alcohol & drug domains.
Conduct respectful, culturally appropriate services in the client’s home when possible
Increase coordination of services and guide the family in navigating the system, including but not limited to connecting families with resources/support systems; occasionally transport clients in our personal vehicles to meetings or appointment; facilitate communications with providers and CPS staff; help streamline tasks, appointments, paper work; help parents/families identify and access financial services to pay for case plan needs; help parents in time management skills in order to meet scheduled appoints in a timely manner; decrease parents/families fear and anxiety through support and appropriate referrals; help parents access relevant social services such as housing, parenting classes, transportation; employment & training
Track all interventions, service hours/frequency, and outcomes as required.

Assist referred families who face many barriers, with services designed to remove
identified barriers including:
• Financial
• Communication and information
• Child Welfare system barriers
• Fear and emotional barriers
• Legal Issues
• Mental Health Issues
• Alcohol & Drug Issues

Specifically:
• Connect parents/families with resources and support systems
• Facilitate interaction and communication with Child Welfare staff and
providers
• Streamline tasks, appointments and paperwork
• Help parents/families identify and access financial services to pay for their
case plan needs
• Help parents/families arrive at scheduled appointments on time and
prepared.
• Help decrease parents/families fear and anxiety
• Help parents/families identify and utilize appropriate social services
• Assist parent/families with accessing housing, parenting classes,
transportation, and employment and training.
• Track interventions and outcomes

Relief Nursery offers paid medical and dental after 60 days, generous vacation, sick, personal leave and 403b benefit package for all full time employees.




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