The Salvation Army Coordinator in Anchorage, Alaska

Requisition Number

05095 DOC Coord IOP 04.15.18

Post Date

4/16/2018

Title

Coordinator

City

Anchorage

State

AK

Description

Full-Time DOC COMMUNITY INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT PROGRAM (IOP) COORDINATOR

Clitheroe Center / ADOC SATS Program

Position located at: Clitheroe Outpatient Facility

The Salvation Army is recruiting for a full-time Coordinator for the Community Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) of the Alaska Department of Corrections (ADOC) Substance Abuse and Treatment Services (SATS) Program. This position provides substance abuse treatment

services in a community setting for the ADOC. This is a supervisory position and may supervise from 2 to 9 staff. Under the direction of the SATS Clinical Manager, the DOC Community IOP Coordinator will conduct staff meetings, and serve as the supervisor for

all on-site counselors; may maintain a caseload and facilitate groups depending on the position. The Community IOP Coordinator will conduct training as well as ensuring all counselors are compliant with ADOC SATS contract obligations. This position is responsible

for managing all on-site counselors, submitting reports, and serving as the primary liaison with ADOC Probation Officers and other ADOC staff.

This is a full-time (40 hours per week), exempt position with benefits. Starting pay: $DOE

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS INCLUDE but are not limited to:

• Supervise and implement approved curriculums and treatment programs

• Maintain caseload and facilitate groups as per program, and conduct staff meetings

• Conduct orientation with new employees; supervise performance of SATS Counselors by consistently providing positive feedback to staff when deserved to encourage competence; and provide coaching, counseling, and initiating progressive disciplinary actions

as needed

• Develop and conduct training sessions dealing with chemical dependency, substance abuse issues, co-occurring disorders, criminal personalities, and criminal thinking errors

• Monitor delivery of services and coordinate treatment activities, ensuring Counselors are following approved curriculum

• Prepare statistical and other required reports; timely complete all quality improvement, critical incident, and other reports

• Maintain a caseload of clients, develop treatment plans, conduct groups, and ensure client compliance with assigned curriculum

• Perform other reasonably related duties as assigned by immediate supervisor or other management as required

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

• Experience consistent with the requirements for Alaska State Chemical Dependency Counselor II (CDCII) certification

• Able to obtain Alaska State CDCII Certification within one (1) year from date of hire, if not currently certified

• Alaska State Chemical Dependency Clinical Supervisor (CDCS) certificate is preferred

• Expert knowledge of Substance Related and Addictive Disorders (SRAAD) and its treatment

• Recovery Oriented Care – education and experience in the SAMSHA Working Definition of Recovery and ten (10) Guiding Principles of Recovery, as well as Recovery-Oriented Systems of Care including evidence-based clinical treatment and recovery support services

is preferred

• Prior administrative and supervisory experience, skills and abilities is preferred

• Bachelor Degree in the Behavioral Health Sciences or equivalent is preferred; Master’s Degree is preferred.

• Three (3) years of direct clinical experience in the treatment of chemical dependency, substance use disorders, and dual diagnosis/co-occurring disorders is preferred

• Must at minimum have an Alaska State Counselor Technician certificate or its equivalent

• Knowledge, skills, and abilities in Recovery Oriented Care and Recovery Support Systems – knowledge and belief that anyone can recover and/or manage their conditions successfully; focus is the SAMSHA Working Definition of Recovery and ten (10) Guiding Principles

of Recovery: a process of change through which individuals improve their health and wellness, live a self-directed life, and strive to reach their full potential. A person’s recovery is built on his/her strengths, talents, coping abilities, resources, and

inherent values. Recovery is holistic, addresses the whole person and their community, and is supported by peers, friends, and family members. Recovery is built on access to evidence-based clinical treatment and recovery support services for all populations

• Skilled in the areas of group, individual and family counseling, didactic presentations, case management, treatment planning, discharge planning, crisis prevention/intervention, clinical evaluation, and documentation requirements

• Ability to conduct training for clinical staff

• Knowledge of cross-cultural issues and skill in working with diverse populations

• Ability to work with minimal supervision; strong organizational, verbal, and written skills

• Detail oriented with a high level of accuracy required

• Ability to work in a fast-paced environment, maintain poise under pressure, and successfully communicate with a wide range of personalities

• Current Alaska driver license with acceptable driving and criminal history backgrounds

• Must be able to pass ADOC background check and PREA screening

This posting should not be interpreted as all inclusive. It is intended to identify the major responsibilities and requirements of this position. The incumbent may be requested to perform job-related responsibilities and tasks other than those stated in this

posting.

SPECIAL PERSONNEL CONDITIONS FOR THIS POSITION:

• Position and Salary contingent on ADOC approval:

--This is a contract-funded employee position to provide substance abuse treatment services under a 4-year contract for the Alaska Department of Corrections (ADOC)

--This position with salary is contingent on final ADOC approval of the contract

• Hiring and Termination procedures:

--In addition to The Salvation Army Human Resource procedures for personnel, all staff working under the ADOC contract must also be approved by the ADOC project manager and will be required to pass an ADOC background check and PREA screening prior to hire.

--After hire, the ADOC reserves the right to disqualify, prevent, rescind approval, or remove any staff performing work under the contract, and is under no obligation under the contract to inform The Salvation Army of the criteria for disqualification or removal.

Therefore, per the requirements of the ADOC contract, the Salvation Army reserves the right to terminate any employee deemed unsatisfactory to the ADOC.

GENERAL STATEMENT:

The Salvation Army is a branch part of the Christian Church and the ultimate goal of all programs is spiritual regeneration of all people.

QUESTIONS: Contact Kristine Hanna, 907-770-8812, kristine.hanna@usw.salvationarmy.org

Requirements

HOW TO APPLY:


Please complete job applications entirely. Incomplete job applications cannot be accepted.

To apply on-line . . . click on the “Apply On-line” blue text in lower right corner of this page.

To apply in person . . . go to The Salvation Army, 143 E. 9th Avenue, Anchorage AK 99501. Please bring resume, cover letter, and complete the application provided to you.

To request hard-copy application . . . send email to: AK.HR@usw.salvationarmy.org

If you would like to request a reasonable accommodation such as the modification or adjustment of the job application process or interviewing process due to a disability, please contact Human Resources at 907-339-3436.

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