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Champions is looking for talented and compassionate individuals who are dedicated to improving the lives of children, youth, families, and adults in a variety of opportunities. Applicants who receive a job offer from Champions are required to pass a background check, drug screen and health screen as a condition of employment. Champions is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Counselor II
Under the supervision and direction of Director of Clinical Services, the Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Counselor II will provide a variety of alcohol and drug treatment services. The SUD Counselor II will ensure proper and ethical documentation for the alcohol and drug treatment program. Facilitate client's treatment issues and progress while guiding them through each phase of treatment which includes conducting process groups, education, behavioral interventions, work in coordination with shared agencies, i.e. medical, mental health, Kings County probation and parole, etc.
Under the direct supervision of the Clinical Supervisor, the Clinician I will provide a variety of substance abuse and co-occurring disorder treatment services. Ensure compliance with state and federal laws and regulations, in addition to the Policies and Procedures set-forth by Champions. Ensure appropriate documentation within the electronic client records is maintained; which includes the use of a billing system and EHR. Furthermore, work collaboratively with all divisions within Champions’ in order to provide integrated services and treatment for clientele. Experience working with co-occurring clientele is preferred. Perform client assessments, provide group and individual treatment services and develop individualized treatment plans.
Under the direct supervision of the Program Manager, the Case Manager will provide case management services for all clientele in a comprehensive manner. Ensure compliance with state and federal laws and regulations, in addition to the Policies & Procedures set-forth by Champions and maintain appropriate documentation within the electronic client records; which includes the use of an EHR system. Furthermore, work collaboratively with all divisions and provide integrative treatment services, as well as individual and Psychoeducational groups and classes as deemed appropriate.
Under the direct supervision of the Program Manager, the Office Assistant will be responsible for providing support to staff in the performance of their duties. The Office Assistant will often be the initial point of contact for clients referred to the program and, as such, needs to be comfortable representing the program and agency in a public capacity. The Office Assistant will assist in maintaining accurate and updated schedules of services, and assist clients in proper check-in procedures. Responsible to manage general office flow, filing, customer service, and other administrative duties. Experience with general office work and basic computer operation is required. Willingness to assist staff and clients alike to ensure the effectiveness of the program.
Under the direct supervision of the Program Manager, the Facility Monitor will supervise residents by monitoring and providing the enforcement of rules and maintaining security. Supervise daily living functions, ensures facility maintenance, cooking and cleaning; assist in providing program activities; monitors residents and visitors in program participation and compliance. Maintain the daily functions and security of a transitional living facility for homeless men and/or men who struggle with life-controlling issues. Applicant must have verbal and written communication skills to complete required reports and written documentation. Telephone and computer skills; cooking, cleaning, transporting, and some physical labor will be required. This position may include working non-traditional business hours, swing or graveyard shifts and/or weekends, all varying shifts.