Job Summary: Responsible for oversight and management of IOP services and provision of SUD clinical services with groups and individuals.

Duties and Responsibilities:

· Conduct SUD assessments

· Work with insurance companies to obtain authorization for services

· Facilitate SUD groups in IOP

· Provide individual recovery planning and counseling

· Coordinate closely with other members of the clinical team

· Provide discharge planning and referral services when appropriate

· Maintain and update IOP curriculum

· Maintain continuing education regarding current trends in drug and alcohol treatment

· Participate in program meetings and activities

· Maintain complete, accurate, timely and legible client records

· Manage and document resident compliance with 12 step meetings

· Manage toxicology orders and schedule and document results

· Provide consultation and training to staff around SUD treatment and issues

· Serve as a resource to residents in developing 12 step and other self-help programming

· Attend clinical reviews for assigned clients

· Manage relationship with laboratory

· Manage IOP schedule and coverage for absences

· Produce weekly IOP report for team of current census

Minimum Qualifications:

· Bachelor’s level degree, in social work or substance abuse preferred

· Master’s degree in social work, counseling, or substance abuse preferred

· Current appropriate licensure, such as LCSW-C, CSC-AD, or LCACD

· A minimum of 2 years of experience in the provision of substance use counseling and substance abuse groups

· Experience in IOP setting with Medicaid population preferred

· Ability to effectively manage administrative and clinical tasks independently

· Ability to work both independently and with the team

· Strong clinical knowledge of trauma, homelessness, and chronic mental illness

· Strong verbal, written, and computer skills

· For candidates in recovery, a minimum of 2 years of sobriety

Equipment Used

Personal Computers, Laser Printers, copier, scanner, fax machine, intra-office telephone system.

Special Requirements:

· Ability to organize, to keep records and manage a workload efficiently

· Ability to respect the diversity of population served and embraces those of different race, culture, social class, ethnicity, or sexual preference

· Ability to operate a motor vehicle; reliable transportation for work; Maryland driver’s license preferred

· Ability to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing; ability to receive communication clearly

· Ability to work independently as the job requires

· Ability to maintain safety for self and others in an emergency

· Ability to absorb new information and skills

· Must be able to work a flexible schedule and adapt to changes in accordance with clients and the agency’s needs

· Commitment to the mission of Marian House