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Category: Human Services

Type: Internship

Location: In-Person in SEATTLE

Starts: Nov. 15, 2021

$ Paid
 Full Time
 Part Time

Description

Key Recovery is a non-profit corporation that provides individuals with chronic substance use long-term residential treatment,  recovery house and aftercare in a safe,  supportive and healthy environment that promotes self-sufficiency,  emotional growth,  personal accountability and personal values enhancement.

We are looking for full time Substance Use Disorder Trainee to join our team in Seattle,  Washington.  This person will be responsible for assessing,  diagnosing and treating clients.

Responsibilities

Responsibilities:

  • Delivering all program services related directly to patient treatment and care as assigned by and under the supervision of the Treatment Director.
  • Supervising patients outside of structured clinical activities.
  • Maintaining and assuring that patient records assigned are in compliance with the Treatment Staff Manual.
  • Conducting interviews and representing patients at court proceedings if so designated by supervisor.
  • Working cooperatively and professionally with patients and coworkers.
  • Attending weekly staff meetings,  workshops,  training sessions as designated by supervisor.
  • Answering and directing calls professionally and accurately.
  • Maintaining current,  accurate and complete client records
  • Demonstrating highest level of integrity and maintain exceptional levels of confidentiality as outlined in the 42 CFR,  Part 2 Federal regulations.
  • Maintaining professional boundaries and set a positive example of behaviors for patients.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

Must have current documentation as a SUDPT as defined by WAC 246-811-030 through 060 and 035 and maintain SUDP/T status throughout employment.

Must keep all CPR/Red Cross,  TB test results,  training’s current.

  • Understanding of and familiarity with addiction,  withdrawal,  and treatment resources for recovery.
  • Reliable work attendance and ability to work evenings and weekends as needed.
  • Demonstrated ability to exercise considerable independent clinical judgment and initiative in accordance with agency policies,  procedures,  and practices.
  • Ability to work with diverse ethnic populations and a variety of people with different problems.
  • Proficient in MS office and knowledge of Electronic Health Records preferred.

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