Clinical Supervisor CADCII — $2000 Hire On Bonus

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Through patient-centered care, community partnerships, and advocacy for effective public policy, CODA is dedicated to treating people whose health and quality of life are compromised by alcohol and drugs. CODA has the oldest opioid addiction treatment program in Oregon, a dedicated research department, and a mission to wipe out the stigma, prejudices, and discrimination faced by those struggling with substance abuser and mental health conditions.

We envision communities in which substance abuse and mental health conditions are recognized as public health issues that are preventable and treatable, where people in recovery are valued and treated with dignity and respect.

We currently have an opportunity to join our team as Senior Clinical Manager of CODA’s Opioid Treatment Programs. Under the guidance of the Senior Direction, you would manage CODA’s Seaside Opioid Treatment Program operations utilizing effective leadership that motivates, inspires, and supports staff to quality outcomes.

If you are an experienced leader in the field of addiction recovery, we want to meet you!

This role provides quality individual and group supervision to developing professionals including CADC-I level counselors. Ensures quality of services, promotes agency adopted evidence based practices and fidelity to supported methodology and protocols. Lead staff in creating a recovery environment that is trauma informed and patient centered, and ensure staff work collaboratively to understand the community in which they are working, and are knowledgeable regarding local resources & community partnerships. 

This position has input into issues regarding the full range of supervisory responsibilities, including hiring, coaching, corrective action, oversight, training and termination

Required certifications and licenses:

CADC II or equivalent and/or LCSW, or LPC required within 24 months of hire.
Valid Oregon or Washington Driver’s License
 Required education and experience:

Masters Degree from nationally accredited school in a human services discipline
Six years experience in the social services field with
Four years of direct behavioral health counseling and two years of post-graduate clinical experience in a community behavioral health treatment setting.
Four years supervisory experience.

CODA, Inc. a non-profit organization offering competitive wages within the industry and a very comprehensive and generous benefits package. Enjoy 4 weeks paid time off in your first year plus 7 yearly paid holidays, employer sponsored life and disability insurance, 4% employer matching on 401k investments, and affordable medical plans starting at $20 per month with a $3900 stipend to cover medical expenses each plan year. Loan forgiveness programs may also be available in some positions.