It is an exciting time to be a part of this Program…
The Co-Occurring Disorder (COD) Program Supervisor is an exempt position under the supervision of the Residential Services Manager and is responsible for coordinating admissions to the Co-Occurring Disorder (COD) Program and the day-to-day operations of the Co-Occurring clinical program. The COD Supervisor oversees case management, processing groups, and alcohol and drug assessments in both inpatient and outpatient settings.
…we are in the final licensing stages of opening up our new residential facility…
Baker Creek is a 16-bed residential facility serving COD populations. It will offer inpatient treatment for individuals that meet criteria for Substance Use disorders and a (or multiple) mental health disorders according to DSM 5. ASAM Levels of care offered are Levels 3.3 and 3.5 with a typical stay of 30-60days. We are anticipating that our inpatient facility will open for services in the next four months. In the interim, the successful candidate will work in collaboration with other clinical management to develop programming, finalize policies and procedures, hire and train staff, and provide direct supervision to our existing outpatient SUD program.
Lake Whatcom Center is seeking a chemical dependency professional with experience in Behavioral Health, supervising staff, and program development. This new facility is the result of LWC’s on-going commitment to provide a full-spectrum of coordinated chemical dependency/co-occurring services for our community. The COD Program Supervisor will work closely with a great team of outpatient mental health program supervisors and clinical staff.
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $25.00 – $40.00 hour (Dependent on education & experience)
Sign-on bonus: $3,000!
- Washington State CDP certification issued by the Department of Health and in good standing;
- Eligibility to be designated a Mental Health Professional (MHP) in the State of Washington;
- Documented competence in clinical supervision;
- Experience in supervising and training;
- Good personal relations skills; ability to work with difficult clients;
- Good organizational skills;
- Ability to work independently and manage multiple tasks;
- Ability to work cooperatively in a team approach;
- Ability to apply a Recovery based approach;
- Ability to exercise independent judgment and discretion.
- Good verbal, written, communication, and computer skills;
- Visual and auditory skills required to communicate, ensure and deliver client care and provide legal documentation of care;
- Acceptable driving record and ability to be covered by LWC insurance carrier.