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Our Current Openings:
MA/MS in social science/behavioral health field; with MCAP; or current Florida state RN license; Certification from CBAPF or equivalent preferred AEB copy of license, diploma and primary transcript.
At least two years experience working with specialty population (i.e., substance dependent individuals) in inpatient, outpatient, detoxification substance abuse treatment facilities, whether free-standing or existing as part of a broader mental health treatment facility; MAT and OTP experience preferred. At least two years Supervisory experience, especially clinical supervisory experience preferred AEB resume or application, interview and verifiable, positive references.
Typical Job Tasks and Characteristics
Provides clinical supervision of nursing and clerical personnel by periodically observing their performance
Acts as liaison with Medical Director and Consultant Pharmacist
Acts as Patient Advocate for rights issues/complaints
Ensures that all medical charts are accurately maintained and that information is entered in a timely fashion by conducting supervisory reviews of those charts based on recommendations made by the Clinical Director
Reviews clinical records of all new admissions for completeness
Schedules and arranges in-service education for staff in conjunction with the Clinical Director
Chairs All-Staff Meetings
Assigns work schedules, assignments and tasks; amends schedules and assignments as necessary to reflect the changing needs of a client-centered work place
Maintains written referral agreements for any services provided in-house by other agencies as well as initiating no-cost referral agreements between CFTC and other community agencies
Provides day to day operations management of the program and staff at CFTC
Responsible for management of the environment of care, including cleanliness, housekeeping, safety, security, hazardous materials, maintenance. Serves as Safety Director and as such is authorized to intervene if emergency repairs or measures are appropriate.
Responsible for infection control program
Responsible for developing and implementing policies and procedures as defined by the Regional Director and CEO
Responsible for coordinating and directing the Performance Improvement Program
Acts as attending physician for all clients at CFTC.
Completes initial drug and physical health history and physical examination for all new admissions; annual assessments, as required, on long-term clients; and determines client’s appropriateness for admission.
Titrates initial methadone dosages and stabilizes client on methadone.
Approves or disapproves all take-home requests and all client phase changes.
Reviews each client’s treatment plan annually or as needed.
Provides medical guidance to the Program Director and to nursing staff in areas of medication.
Remains available on-call 24 hours per day.
Consults with counselors in All-Staff meetings and as otherwise needed.
Provides day to day medical management program.
LPN: current and valid lic.
Substance abuse setting experience a plus but not required.
Accurate and computerized medication dispensing
Attention to detail
Medication & supplies inventory maintenance
Conduct drug screening according to CFSATC polices & procedures
Record keeping and documentation maintenance, to include but is not limited to:
Lab requisitions; physician orders; monthly dosing records
Conduct medical screen on all new intakes
TB test administration
Communication: electronic, verbal, & written transcription
Participate in 24-hour on call rotation for medical emergencies
Reporting & Distribution: generate monthly dosing records and distribute to counselors
Cross-departmental collaboration: Behavioral (Counselors), Corporate, Nursing, Management, Physicians, Sister clinics
We will provide training on all CFSATC policies and procedures.
Sick and Vacation pay
Medical, Dental, & Vision
We are a diverse growth-oriented organization. Drug free workplace & EOE/M/F/D/V/SO
Maintains a minimal client caseload at the level required by CFTC.
Completes all admission documents, psychosocial assessments (Master’s degree required for Medicaid billable assessments), integrated summaries and treatment plans in a timely and complete fashion as required in CFTC policies and procedures; includes obtaining necessary photographs for the pharmacy and the Central Registry.
Collects urine drug screen samples from clients according to CFTC policies and procedures.
Performs with individual caseload clients in the frequencies required by client phase as described in CFTC policies and procedures.
Maintain regulatory boundaries required of clients, e.g., compliance with take-home requirements, fee requirements and so on.
Maintain broad knowledge of caseload clients regarding their lives, including living arrangements, housing needs, employment, court and legal affairs, social functioning, health issues and any personal or social problems.
Document progress in treatment fully and in compliance with CFTC policies and procedures, including revising treatment plan as progress indicate the need.
Identifies needs for referral to other service providers and facilitates linkage to those services; includes advocacy activities as required.
Florida Medicaid number or Medicaid eligible
Substance abuse setting experience a plus but not required
Act as assistant to clinical Medical Director or clinic’s Physician.
Complete initial drug and physical health history; physical examination for all new admissions; annual assessments as required according to CFTC policies; and determine client screenings prior to admissions.
Maintain on-call availability
Provide day-to-day management of the program under the supervision of the Medical Director