Substance Use Disorder Clinician

Community Care Network is searching for a part time, 20 hours per week Substance Use Disorder Clinician to join our team!

About the Role:

The Substance Use Disorder Clinician is responsible for the provision of clinical services to client(s) as assigned and to conduct these services in accordance with accepted professional and ethical standards.  The services provided with assist in meeting the overall mental health and substance use disorder service goals of Rutland Mental Health, Inc.  The clinician will develop and maintain close working relationships with internal and external professional staff and stakeholders to provide coordinated, quality services.

Principal Responsibilities

  • Provide evaluation, treatment, consultation, community education and training activities.
  • Facilitate specialty groups as required by Supervisor.
  • Conduct Assessments.
  • Timely completion of clinical documentation per agency policy to include treatment plan document, clinical contact notes, managed care authorizations, discharge summary and all other documents as needed.
  • Achieve established utilization management/desired client outcomes for cases assigned.
  • Accept cases as assigned by supervisor.
  • Attend clinical supervision, departmental meetings and trainings as directed by supervisor.
  • Accept and complete additional relevant duties as assigned by supervisor.
  • Practice and present in a manner consistent with Quality Improvement goals.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:

General knowledge of community resources, including 12-step methodology, an ability to work effectively and therapeutically with substance using clients and a willingness to participate in supervisory and training process.

Licenses/Certification, Qualifications Required:

  • Licensure as a LADC preferred, not required.
  • CADC or Masters Degree and be a Certified Apprentice or willing to become Certified required.

CCN is an equal opportunity employer.