DRUG COURT CLINICIAN II
CHESAPEAKE, VA | Temporary
#1 To provide ongoing SA case management and substance abuse services to adult consumers and their families. (30 %)
Equip. Used: writing materials, personal computer/word processor, copier, tape recorder (audio and video), DVD, telephone, motor vehicle.
Ability or Skill Required: Ability to communicate and engage with a challenging, clinical population. Ability to assess, schedule and monitor opiate replacement, inpatient treatment and provide linkage to other appropriate interventions tailored to the needs of individual consumers and their families.
#2 Provide operational support to the Drug Court Steering Committee and Treatment Team. (30%)
Equip. Used: Motor vehicle, telephone, electronic medical records, computer, fax machine, copier and other office equipment as appropriate.
Ability or Skill Required: Assist in the planning of monthly steering committee and weekly treatment team meeting, including but not limited to the gathering of data and reports, agenda preparation (cases to be presented, new and ongoing), notification to members of who is needed to attend. Input participant data to the Drug Court state IT system. Assure that data on the system is accurate and current. Act as contact, along with the administrator and unit supervisor, with the Supreme Court and the Virginia Drug Court Association. Assist administrator in the preparation of quarterly reports to the Supreme Court and such other reports as requested by the Supreme Court or steering committee. Respond to requests from steering committee or treatment team with respect to supportive resources, e.G. Development of community service, housing resources.
#3. To maintain client records in accordance with quality assurance standards established by the agency, the CSB and the state department (20%)
Equip. Used: Writing materials, personal computer/word processor, copier, telephone, motor vehicle
Ability or Skill Required: Ability to write clearly, accurately and concisely in order to document client contacts; ability to maintain client records in a timely and up-to-date manner (e.G. Intake, treatment plan, progress notes, treatment plan review).
#4. To complete routine indirect service activities such as daily time entries/appointment scheduler, monthly reporting (10%)
Equip. Used: Writing material, personal computer, copier, telephone
Ability or Skill Required: Ability to speak and write in a clear manner, ability to follow written and oral directions (e.G. City policies, agency procedures).
#5 To participate actively and constructively in program and professional development (10%)
Equip Used: Writing materials, personal computer/word processor, copier, VCR, telephone, motor vehicle
Ability or Skill Req d: Ability to speak and write in a clear and concise manner; ability to identify personal training needs and resources for professional self-development.
An MH/SA Program Supervisor will supervise the person on a day-to-day basis and provide weekly or bi-weekly individual/administrative supervision. Also provided will be a weekly staff meeting and case staffing. Program Supervisor will provide overall supervision and will perform the annual performance evaluation.
A bachelor s degree in a human service or criminal justice field (e.G. Social work, counseling) is required. The degree must be from an accredited college or university. Also required is two (2) years of successful experience in the human service field. This position also requires a valid Virginia driver s license, and a satisfactory driving record check, as well as satisfactory criminal background and child protective services checks.
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2121 Old Greenbrier Rd Suite B Chesapeake Virginia 23320