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COUNSELOR SUPERVISOR

at Gateway Foundation Alcohol & Drug Treatment

Posted: 10/29/2019
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Job Description

Requisition Number
19-0781

Title
COUNSELOR SUPERVISOR

Program
New Castle County Probation & Parole (Cherry Lane)

City
DOVER

State
DE

Description
As Illinois’ largest provider of substance abuse treatment, joining the team at Gateway Foundation Alcohol & Drug Treatment offers valuable experience with a variety of treatment methods as well as an opportunity to collaborate with skilled experts about a diverse clientele. Gateway welcomes the challenge of constant improvement and is proud to uphold the Joint Commission Gold Seal of Approval. In addition to a competitive salary, Gateway offers employees health benefits, dental insurance, career advancement, training and development and on-site clinical supervision to individuals pursuing certifications and licensures.

Counselor Supervisor are responsible for:

Completing comprehensive assessment of client’s substance abuse history and treatment requirements, and prepares individualized developmentally appropriate treatment plan. Conducts individual and group counseling sessions; documents treatment and discharge plans, progress notes, and responses to treatment. Supervisors Counselors, guides and directs activities and operations of assigned treatment program. Plans and schedules work time and caseload for assigned staff, and audits client records and documentation.

In addition to the duties of a counselor (60% direct care), supervises counselors and direct care staff; guides and directs activities and operations of assigned treatment program. Plans and schedules work time and assigns caseloads, audits client records. Serves as a resource to assigned staff in identifying and resolving complex cases. Responsible for orienting, training, and developing assigned staff. Assists in developing policies and procedures, interpreting and enforcing the same.


Requirements
Bachelor’s degree in psychology, social work, mental health counseling, or substance abuse counseling; or equivalent education and life experience.

With a minimum of 100 hours documented clinical training in counseling theory and practice.

Minimum of three (3) years experience working in the substance abuse field.

Minimum credential of a CADC required.