Overall Purpose: To oversee, supervise and manage the services and operations of the Alcoholism Center For Women’s Residential Program.
Duties and Responsibilities: Ensure safety and California State and Los Angeles County contract compliance with the overall residential operations and services while upholding CARF standards. Ensure that ASAMs, treatment plans, client assignments are being conducted equitably and are client centered. Ensure that all groups and individual sessions are conducted utilizing trauma informed evidenced based approaches. Ensure that group notes are entered utilizing the GIRP format and are entered timely. Ensure that counselors are meeting with their caseload individually once a week and documenting those and other case management interactions. Ensure that the building is safe, clean and sanitary. Ensure that chores are conducted. Back up staff when needed performing individual, group or intake/ASAM functions when needed. Ensure that beds are full and waiting list protocols are followed. Ensure that medication sheets are properly filled out and adhered to state protocols. Ensure that electronic files and paper files are properly maintained. Supervise residential staff, ensuring coverage and providing initial and ongoing training.
Attend SAPC and community collaborative meetings when appropriate. Participate in outreach efforts. Completes monthly reports, progress case notes, maintain patient electronic and paper files and other appropriate documentation. Assist in the coordination, implementation and staffing of community events, health fairs and special projects. Other duties as assigned.
Relationships/Contacts: Reports to Executive Director. Maintains linkages with and makes presentations to other social services, public entitlement community based agencies. Performs patient advocacy and outreach functions.
Additional Dimensions: Working knowledge of substance abuse treatment and recovery, women services, trauma informed services and working with evidence based curriculum. Knowledgeable and sensitive to the needs of diverse women in treatment. Experience working with diverse populations, such as homeless women, women of color, battering and incest survivors. Sensitivity to women of diverse orientation. Ability to work in a community-based setting which utilizes a team approach and ability to work with electronic health records. Three years (3) years’ experience in group facilitation and individual counseling. Five (5) years’ supervisory/management experience. Must be reliable, prompt, and flexible.
Qualification Requirements: Masters’ Degree in Social Work or related field plus five years supervisory/management experience. Experience with similar populations and nonprofits a plus. Computer literate. Strong oral and written communications skills. Must own reliable transportation and process valid California driver’s license, as well as current automobile insurance. If recovering from substance abuse, must have minimum of five (5) years clean and sober. Need not to be recovery to apply. English/Spanish speaking are encouraged to apply.
Physical Demands: Standing, sitting, walking up/down stairs, light lifting.
Work Environment: Moderate noise level.
To perform this job successfully, the individual must be able to perform each essential duty as satisfactorily. The requirements listed above are representative of the knowledge, skills and /or ability required. Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable persons with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The Alcoholism Center for Women, is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the bases of race, age, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or physical challenge.