Master’s Degree + LICSW, or MLADC, or LCMHC, or LMHC
Multiple positions Available
We are committed to treating the whole person - and their families - with caring, qualified professionals in the fields of psychiatry, medicine, mental health, social work, education, and recovery support. Our teams of experts address underlying causes of substance abuse and behavioral patterns to guide clients toward lasting recovery.
We have several positions available that require experienced licensed clinicians with knowledge of Mental Health and Substance Abuse, as well as non licensed counselors and Chemical Dependency professionals. Duties include a combination of administrative, supervision, clinical work, and residential coverage: primary responsibility is to oversee admissions to all levels of care, conducting assessments, interviews, and insurance reviews, as well as using evidenced-based groups and practices in our residential programs. Some positions include providing coverage on the unit and some evening and weekend hours required and supervision of clinical interns and recovery specialists.
- Masters Degree required for some positions
- State of Rhode Island certification as a Master Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (MLADC), Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW), Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor (LCMHC) or Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) required.
- Valid Rhode Island drivers license and clean driving record required.
- Previous clinical supervisory experience in a substance abuse treatment. Residential or mental health setting preferred
- Ability to comply with internal, local, state, and federal policies and regulations.
- Computer skills, i.e.: Microsoft and any electronic medical record system
Phoenix House conducts as needed, job-related background checks, fingerprints, drug testing, physical exams, medical exams, TB testing, verification of employment history and/or reference checks prior to employment.
Phoenix House is an Equal Opportunity Employer providing equality of opportunity to all who are protected against discrimination by law, regulation, or executive order, including veterans and individuals with disabilities.
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