Addictions Program Supervisor
Curry Community Health is looking to hire an Addictions Program Supervisor to work in Curry County, located in a beautiful community on the Southern Oregon Coast. This is a full time position offering health benefits (medical, dental, vision), holiday pay, paid time off as well as life insurance and 403b.
This is a management position that is responsible for assisting the BH Director manage behavioral health operations by providing direct supervision and oversight of the Addictions Department and Supported Employment. This position is a working supervisor that provides addictions counseling services, manages the employees in various classifications for addictions, and supported employment.
Some Responsibilities include:
Administer programs in compliance with ORS 426 – ORS 430 and any other related behavioral health law of this state. The APS is focused on Addictions Programs, but supports all behavioral health programs.
Is responsible for assisting the BH Director with the supervision of behavioral health programs that must be operated in strict compliance with the State of Oregon agreements, and as directed by Oregon Health Authority pursuant to the current IGA’s and contracts.
Responsible for providing and supporting DVIP in Curry County.
Responsible for ensuring that the gambling treatment and prevention programs operate within the specified grant guidelines. Responsible for the supervision and oversight of the Supported Employment program.
Responsible for ensuring that all services are billed properly by support staff and providers. Ensures that staff are trained and functional in the application of the Electronic Health Record (EHR) that supports client files as well as billing processes.
Provides leadership with the local jurisdiction for overall addictions planning and development including assessing service needs in the county; helps to complete the annual local behavioral health plan.
Ensures employees meet or exceed annual training requirements. Ensures all certified or licensed staff maintain certification and licensure.
Work Location: Gold Beach or Brookings. At times this individual will be called on to serve in multiple locations.
The APS must have a BA/BS degree from an accredited college in a related field, psychology or social work preferred. The APS must demonstrate at least 3 years of increasing responsibility and experience in behavioral health or a related field.
Must maintain a current CADC II license to provide services in the State of Oregon.
Must be able to meet work deadlines, prioritize work assignments, and manage multiple complex tasks.
Must have experience and skills in using MS Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook, and Publisher.
Maintain background and history check in good standing.
Maintain a valid Oregon driver’s license.
Pay Range: $48,000 to $68,000 annual salary (depending on experience)
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