|August 14, 2013 - September 14, 2013|
|Employment Type:||Full Time|
|Description:||The Treatment Technician is responsible for providing quality residential treatment services as assigned to clients of the Alcohol and Drug program and assuring that clients are provided necessary services in a timely manner.|
|Duties:||• Effectively communicate with others through verbal and written means.|
• Ability to tell when something is wrong or likely to go wrong and report it to the appropriate staff.
• Capable of giving full attention to others when speaking, taking appropriate time to understand what they are saying and the points being made, asking questions when appropriate and not interrupting at inappropriate times.
• Using logic and reasoning to identify and understand strengths and weaknesses of different solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems.
• Selecting and using trainings and instructional methods and procedures in a learning or teaching setting.
• Assist clients at mealtime
• Assure appropriate client orientation and involvement in the Alcohol and Drug program.
• Assure clients in achieving self-help group participation.
• Assist in the supervision of recreational and industrial therapies.
• Assist in the planning and implementation of special projects conducted within the program or in the community.
• Assist in the maintenance of accurate client records.
• Develop a working knowledge of civil detention procedures.
• Provide crisis intervention services as needed.
• Accept responsibility to assist or lead treatment classes if requested by immediate supervisor.
• Prepare by sanitizing and cleaning client rooms following client discharge for upcoming admissions.
• Maintain confidentiality standards set forth in the Policy and Procedure Manual.
• Maintain and improve professional competencies by in-service training and other educational opportunities.
• Participate in staff meetings at which information concerning programs and clients is shared.
• Serve as an appropriate role model for adult/adolescent clients.
• Follow guidelines set forth in the Policy and Procedure Manual.
• Review work for needed corrections to ensure quality services are being provided to clients and that certification standards of the Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse are met.
• Other duties as assigned.
|Qualifications:||Minimum of High School equivalency; or demonstrates ability through prior work experience to be competent in the position.|
• Requires the ability to accurately record and communicate diverse information and monitor information recorded by other technicians and clients for accuracy and content.
• Maintain current CPR certification as directed by immediate supervisor.
• Requires the ability to lift a minimum of 50 pounds
• Must exhibit a professional appearance and work ethic at all times.
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