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PRO.A / JOBS CleanSlate, Scranton; Certified Recovery Specialist

CleanSlate, Scranton; Certified Recovery Specialist

Post Date: 07/17/17
Type of Position: Peer
Title:Β Certified Recovery Specialist

β€’ Minimum experience includes a high school diploma or equivalence
β€’ Excellent written and verbal communication
β€’ Organizational and customer service skills.
β€’ Knowledge of community resources, networking, and referral processes.
β€’ Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.
β€’ Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously and prioritize based on severity of need.
β€’ Documentation of active Pennsylvania Recovery Specialist Certification

Β· HS Diploma or Equivalent
Β· Proven administrative or assistant experience
Β· Knowledge of office management systems and procedures Β· Excellent time management skills and ability to multi-task and prioritize work
Β· Attention to detail and problem solving skills
Β· Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Β· Strong organizational and planning skills Β·
Proficiency in MS Office

Description:Β Why You’ll Love this Certified Recovery Specialist Job Do you know someone who’s been affected by addiction? Do you want to provide care for those suffering from addiction in your own community? Are you ready to be a voice for change in the way we treat and discuss addiction in America?Your empathetic and compassionate motivation will make a difference in thousands of lives. You’ll be supported in a flexible work environment that offers continuing education and advancement opportunities. Enhance your career fulfillment and growth. Apply now!When you join the CleanSlate team, you will enjoy a great work life balance. All of our clinics are closed for holidays and close early on Fridays.You will join a collaborative team of professionals using office-based medicine to solve one of the biggest epidemics in our nation: substance use disorders. This is your chance to make a difference! Be part of the solution. Join our team today. Job Duties & Responsibilities The primary function of the CRS is to help individuals gain access to needed resources in the community by assisting them in overcoming barriers and helping them bridge gaps between their needs and available resources. Types of services offered would include mentoring and connecting with the AA/NA community, securing a sponsor, gaining access to MAT, etc. This community-based process will help drug and alcohol patients in accessing long-term, non-systems resources and facilitated sustainable recovery. Responsibilities

β€’ Maintains effective, pro-active, and superior follow-up communication with patients, providers, office staff, and ancillary departments within CSC and community.
β€’ Attends regular meetings or conference calls, including but not limited to involving Interdisciplinary Teams and collaborating community agencies; completing all required documentation in the EMR.
β€’ Provide crisis intervention, as necessary.
β€’ Maintain individual schedule of assigned patients

Contact Information: To apply, clickΒ HERE.