SOUTHERN UTE COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAMS, INC.
Intensive Residential Treatment/ Transitional Living Component Counselor (IRT/TLC)
Generally not a supervisory position, but may provide clinical supervision to Counselor Trainees as directed by ADAD regulations when assigned by Supervisor.
RESPOSIBILITY: This is a professional level counseling position of Tribal and non-tribal substance abusers in a residential treatment setting. SUMMARY OF POSITION: Counselor will be responsible for individual and group client management from intake to follow-up and aftercare. As knowledge and proficiency increases, the counselor assumes increasing independence and responsibility for complex work assignments. Work is reviewed by a supervisor through observation, conferences, and an evaluation of records and reports. Employees in this classification will hold either a CAC II or III certificate. PERFORMANCE CRITERIA: These are the most significant performance factors involved with this position and they will be the principal factors on which the employee will be evaluated: 1.
Provide case management for IRT and TLC clients: a)
Maintain a caseload as assigned by Supervisor, completing required reports, data forms as well as an accurate and up-to-date file on each client.
Assist client in initial orientation upon admission.
Review, complete or obtain the documentation necessary for initial determination of treatment plan: Agency Referral Summary, Court Order, Drug Screen, Mental Health Screening, Physical Examination, Psychosocial Evaluation, SASSI, and Initial CDMIS.
Attend staffings and participate with the treatment team in the development of all IRT/ TLC
multidimensional (medical, social, functional and environmental) treatment plans. Implement
comprehensive master treatment plan which helps the client retain or achieve the
maximum degree of independence in daily living while assuring health, safety, welfare and
emotional well being.
Execute the treatment plan of assigned clients, according to treatment team recommendations. Update plan as needed, assuring the continuation of existing community and/or family services whenever possible.
Execute the treatment plan of assigned clients, according to treatment team recommendations.
Develop individualized continuing care and relapse plans with client's input.
Provide education classes for IRT/ TLC clients: a)
Assume primary responsibility for education modules and classes as agreed upon with the IRT Supervisor and Clinical Supervisor.
Assume back-up responsibility for modules and classes as agreed upon with Supervisor.
Provide occasional fill-in classes in the event of extenuating circumstances.
Provide both individual and group therapy to IRT/ TLC clients in accordance with program schedule, treatment team recommendations, and the staff member’s own clinical judgement: a)
Provide group therapy in accordance with the IRT/ TLC schedule. Coordinate and monitor delivery of program modules. Provide required documentation for accountability of assigned classes/therapy groups.
Provide individual counseling as needed, at a minimum once a week (based on clinical judgement and the treatment team recommendations), but as a regular matter of course.
Other reporting and/or record keeping responsibilities: a) Ensure that all required paperwork required for the Quality Assurance Checklist is completed in a
timely manner. Provide information for statistical reports as required.
b) Prepare discharge summaries and mail discharge letter to referring agencies. Complete DACODS
c) Assist in collecting/completing required paper work for UA with IRT and outpatients as needed. d) Maintain an accurate daily log.
Additional responsibilities: a) Interact with other agencies providing services to clients. Reduce fragmentation of services by:
making appropriate referrals to other community-based resources when indicated, utilizing the local health clinic,
mental health clinic, "natural helping" networks such as family members, church members, AA, NA.
b) Transport clients for recreational activities and other functions (e.g. exercise classes). Act as
liaison and resource person for clients.
c) Attend and participate in workshops and other educational programs necessary to continually
upgrade and maintain State Certification.
d) Perform on call duties as assigned by Program Director. Make possibly work evening or night
e) Work shift schedules as assigned by Supervisor. Assist with BAC at front desk as needed.
Monitor inpatient/outpatient medication/Antabuse as needed.
f) Perform other duties as assigned by Supervisor or Program Director.
Must have High School Diploma or GED. BA in Behavioral Health or related field preferred. Minimum one year’s experience working in Substance Abuse, or related, field.
Must have or, within period designated by Department of Behavioral Health, be able to obtain Colorado Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor II Certification, or Colorado ADAD waiver.
Recovering substance abusers must have a minimum of one year of continuous sobriety. Must abide by Peaceful Spirit Alcohol Drug Free policy.
Must have demonstrated ability to handle confidential information in an appropriate manner.
Must have current CPR and First Aid card.
Basic knowledge of office equipment, computers/printers, copy machines, etc.
Preference will be given to qualified applicants familiar with the Southern Ute Indian Reservation.
Ability to work well with associates and the public; work references will be required.
Must have reliable transportation, valid Colorado driver’s license, proof of insurance and insurable under SUCAP insurance.
Must pass extensive criminal history background check and Central Registry check.
LANGUAGE AND DOCUMENTATION SKILLS Ability to complete Admission/Discharge Summaries. Ability to document group and individual session notes. Ability to communicate clearly and accurately, orally and in written form. MATHEMATICAL SKILLS Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide. REASONING ABILITY Ability to maintain confidentiality at all times as required by the Program. Ability to handle stressful situations and seek peer assistance when needed. Ability to deal with resistive e clients. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Lifting a minimum of 20 pounds may be required. Position involves standing and sitting for long periods. WORK ENVIRONMENT Work is performed in a treatment center, with some exposure to stress, and frequent interruptions. Frequent communication with employees, clients and others on a daily basis, including telephone as well as face-to-face interactions. ATTENDANCE: Normal work schedule at facility is Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm. Schedule change may be made by supervisor to handle client needs.
I have read and understand the above position description. I assert I am able to perform the essential job functions; meet the physical requirements of this position and satisfy the expectation for regular attendance. I understand this job description does not constitute a contract of employment. _________________________________________ _________________ Applicant signature Date Revised 2/8/07 Supersedes all others
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