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Substance Abuse Counselor II

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Location: Bryan, TX
Job ID: 46353
Facility: Corrections

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Description

Improving lives by changing behaviors

Management & Training Corporation (MTC) is now hiring substance abuse treatment professionals at the J. W. Hamilton Unit located in Bryan, Texas. At Hamilton, our foundation is based upon the philosophies of caring about others, giving back and making a social impact. We provide a safe and secure working environment for our staff while helping SAFP clients gain the treatment necessary for success upon release. In addition to competitive wages and an opportunity to impact lives, MTC team members enjoy a variety of benefits including:

  • Medical, vision, and prescription drug benefits
  • Dental benefits
  • Life insurance
  • Accidental death and dismemberment insurance
  • Short-term and long-term disability benefits
  • 401(k) retirement plan
  • Employee assistance program
  • Paid time off (PTO)
  • Paid holidays
  • Bereavement leave
  • Civic duty and military leave
  • Travel insurance
  • Education assistance

Job Summary

Directly supervises the substance abuse counselor I. Instruct offenders and maintain records for the DWI program. Duties involve planning, coordinating, and implementing the DWI program; Coordinating with other departments to ensure the maximum utilization of resources available for chemical dependency treatment and rehabilitation. 

DWI certification preferred. If no current certification, we will pay for one, but must be willing to obtain. 

Essential Functions

  1. Provide instruction to the offenders for the DWI program.
  2. Interviews, screens, and evaluates offenders for potential program participation.
  3. Maintains offender records and other records regarding services provided to include workload statistics; and compiles data and submits reports and related documentation as appropriate.
  4. Possess good communication skills and have demonstrated instructional ability.
  5. Use a variety of teaching strategies.
  6. Administer and evaluate pre and post-test instruments.
  7. Assists in planning chemical dependency counseling programs; and coordinates the delivery of counseling services to offenders with histories of chemical use, abuse, or addiction.
  8. Provides a comprehensive evaluation from a battery of valid measurement tools to assess the recovery needs and the re-offense risk of offenders.
  9. Participates in the Individual Treatment Plan based on the severity and characteristics of the offender as determined by the comprehensive assessment, review of collateral information, and the Clinical interview.
  10. Provides counseling and recovery skills training; participates in offender orientation, educational and individual and process counseling groups in compliance with program standards, guidelines, policies, and procedures.
  11. Maintains offender records and other records regarding services provided to include statistical feedback on evaluations; and compiles data and submits reports and related documentation as appropriate.
  12. At the conclusion of the program, an Individual Progress Summary will be developed for each offender on caseload to reflect the evaluation results together with comments about the offender’s level of participation and quality of completion in programs.
  13. Submit copy of the Individual Progress Summary to the Parole Division to be included in the Parole Case Summary.
  14. Supervises the work of others; and assists in instructing others in program methods, procedures, and functions.

It is expected that the incumbent shall perform other duties as assigned within his/her capabilities as determined by management.

Education and Experience Requirements

Graduation from an accredited senior high school or equivalent or GED.  Two (2) years full-time, wage-earning experience in substance abuse treatment or substance abuse education.  Current valid license as a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor (LCDC) by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS). Required successful completion of the Texas DWI Education In-Service Training Program approved by DSHS and qualified to be a Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory (SASSI) administrator. Valid driver’s license in the state of Texas with an acceptable driving record required, unless waived by management.

Post Hire Requirements

Must successfully complete annual in-service training requirements and pass an annual background check, both of which must be approved by Texas Department of Criminal Justice. 

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