Full-Time Residential Treatment Manager (Women’s Facilities)
The Residential Treatment Manager is responsible for the residential treatment programs and recovery houses, including the coordination and delivery of residential services, assuring that the program schedule is adhered to at all times. Maintains adequate staffing of residential treatment and recovery house facilities at all times and identifies and reports health and safety, grounds and facility, and maintenance and janitorial issues to the Director of Residential Services. Assures policies and procedures of residential treatment and recovery house programs are adhered to by all staff and clients. Assures that qualified counseling staff work consistently with each resident to develop recovery through assessment of individual problem areas, treatment planning, case management and individual counseling. Provides direct service coverage in the absence of assigned counselor as needed. Provides effective, consistent supervision of residential, completing documentation of same. Develops and maintains strong relationships with all agency stakeholders, and 12-steps community. Ensures maintenance of clinical records, including timely, consistent and accurate clinical documentation. Participates in peer review, and in-service trainings as scheduled. Conducts utilization review meetings and residential staff meetings. Relates and works well with staff in professional, team approach to treatment services. Interviews potential job candidates, trains, supervises, evaluates, and disciplines subordinate staff (with approval of President & CEO). Has knowledge of standards set forth by OMHAS and CARF, assuring that residential services and counseling staff are in compliance with standards. Maintains professional standards of ethics, thorough knowledge and implementation of client confidentiality, client rights and grievance policies and procedures. Models appropriate and professional behaviors for clients and staff. Maintains certification status. Ensures safety inspections are performed monthly and room inspections are performed daily. Is knowledgeable about the disease of substance use disorder, family illness model and treatment modalities; differential diagnosis. Possesses experience in assessment, individual, family, marital and group counseling modalities. Has strong interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate effectively to public, as well as three years of supervisory experience.
Minimum Bachelor Degree in a human services field required. Masters in counseling or social work preferred. Appropriate licensure including but not limited to LPC, LPCC, LPCC, LSW, LISW or LICDC. Minimum 2 years’ experience in AOD counseling including assessment, individual, family, and group counseling.
Background Check and Alcohol and Drug Screen required.
Pay: $31,000.00 – $57,000.00 per year depending on licensure
Benefits: Dental insurance, Disability insurance, Flexible schedule, Health insurance, Life insurance, Paid Time Off, Professional development assistance, Referral program, Retirement plan, Tuition Reimbursement, Vision insurance
To apply, forward resume with cover letter to Wendy Dixon, Executive Assistant, Lake-Geauga Recovery Centers, 9083 Mentor Avenue, Mentor, Ohio 44060, FAX 440 205-2685. firstname.lastname@example.org EOE