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  • California Driver’s license with insurable DMV driving record.
  • Two (2) years of sobriety, if recovering.
  • Registered or certified as an alcohol drug counselor/technician.
  • Experience working in detox/residential treatment settings.
  • Experience working in the field of addiction.
  • Knowledge of EHR preferred.
  • Attention to detail and ability to be thorough and accurate.
  • Able to work both individually and part of a team.
  • Demonstrates ability to hand multiple tasks simultaneously and ability to work independently and creatively.


  • Professionalism - Displays respect and sensitivity for others, regardless of position, gender, sex, religion, or race.Always maintains professional demeanor. Maintains appropriate boundaries. Abides by confidentiality/HIPPAA guidelines.
  • Communication - Responds to emails and voicemails in timely manner.
  • Relationship skills - builds good rapport with everyone at all levels of the organization. Having collaborative relationships to achieve company’s long-term goals. Displays empathy and tolerates different viewpoints.
  • Teamwork - Displays respect and openness to other’s views. Works to build and maintain a positive team environment.
  • Displays ability to compromise when trying to find different solutions.


  • Reports to Program Director, or designee.
  • Facilitates client’s daily activities including wake up, supervision, assistance with meal service, laundry, etc.
  • Transports clients to and from necessary appointments and activities.
  • Observes and monitors client behavior and intervenes as needed, based on individual client treatment plan, program schedule and house needs.
  • Facilitates assigned groups/meetings/activities per program schedule.
  • Documents observations and milieu interventions in client records (minimum of one entry per 8-hour shift).
  • Coordinates treatment milieu with other counseling staff (via client record, staff communication, and treatment meetings).
  • Maintain shift log including summary of shift events.
  • Ensures transportation safety by conducting vehicle inspections and following safety rules.
  • Supervise clients with self-administration of client’s mediation, only after training is provided.
  • Ensure physical safety and security of the facility by conducting regular house checks.
  • Search all items that are brought into the facility and appropriately itemize and secure client valuables.
  • Assist with client intakes and welcome.
  • Facilitate client discharges.
  • May provide one-to-one supervision for any client at risk, as directed by supervisor or designee.
  • Understands and follows emergency procedures according to program policy.
  • In the absence of a chef, will prepare/cook meals, portion servings, clean dishes, and kitchen area. Label any leftover food.
  • Conducts UA drug screen collection and follows appropriate protocols.
  • Other duties as assigned by supervisor or Program Director.


Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $17.00 - $18.00 per hour

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