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Counselor I – Bilingual [Apply]


General Duties
  • Provides Counseling to HRH residents with appropriate documentation
  • Work as part of the team in strategic planning and program development
  • Propose and develop new client services programs in response to emerging client needs Represent Latin American Health Alliance, Hector Reyes House when working with other agencies and organizations to build collaborations
  • Document resident progress in accordance with BSAS contract requirements
  • Ensure programs remain in compliance with BSAS contractual regulations
  • Attend regularly assigned meetings and trainings.
  • Maintain written documentation/record keeping as required.
  • Maintenance of Sobriety
Qualifications
  • Required
    • BA/BS in related field preferred, experience may be substituted for education
    • CADAC or LADC I or II
    • Four years experience in Human Services
    • Demonstrated innovative program planning and management skills
    • Bilingual/Bicultural (English/Spanish) preferred.
    • Good written, verbal and interpersonal and communication skills
    • Good computer skills
    • Knowledge of Cognitive Behavioral Theory and Motivational Interviewing
    • If in recovery, minimum of two years active recovery involvement.
  • Other
    • Ability to work independently and make decisions using standard agency policies and procedures.
    • Knowledge and understanding of issues relevant to sober living in a residential setting.
    • Ability to assist and support progressive and aggressive case management.
    • Computer skills required.
    • Ability to set limits, establish boundaries and well organized.
    • Is able to work with others using a team approach.
    • Commitment to working with low income and multi-cultural population
  • Certification and Licenses
    • CPR and First Aid.
    • CPI Day 1 Training Certificate.
    • Must have CORI-clearance according to EOHHS/DEEC and LAHA policies.
    • Must comply with Organization’s TB policy as stated in the employee handbook.
Work Environment

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations maybe made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

The noise level is usually comparable to a large household of adults.

Physical Demands

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations maybe made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

The noise level is usually comparable to a large household of adults.

Counselor II – Bilingual [Apply]


General Duties
  • Provides Counseling to HRH residents with appropriate documentation
  • Work as part of the team in strategic planning and program development
  • Propose and develop new client services programs in response to emerging client needs Represent Latin American Health Alliance, Hector Reyes House when working with other agencies and organizations to build collaborations
  • Document resident progress in accordance with BSAS contract requirements
  • Ensure programs remain in compliance with BSAS contractual regulations
  • Attend regularly assigned meetings and trainings.
  • Maintain written documentation/record keeping as required.
  • Maintenance of Sobriety
Qualifications
  • Required
    • BA/BS in related field preferred, experience may be substituted for education
    • In a program for CADAC or LADC I or II
    • Four years experience in Human Services
    • Demonstrated innovative program planning and management skills
    • Bilingual/Bicultural (English/Spanish) preferred.
    • Good written, verbal and interpersonal and communication skills
    • Good computer skills
    • Knowledge of Cognitive Behavioral Theory and Motivational Interviewing
    • If in recovery, minimum of two years active recovery involvement.
  • Other
    • Ability to work independently and make decisions using standard agency policies and procedures.
    • Knowledge and understanding of issues relevant to sober living in a residential setting.
    • Ability to assist and support progressive and aggressive case management.
    • Computer skills required.
    • Ability to set limits, establish boundaries and well organized.
    • Is able to work with others using a team approach.
    • Commitment to working with low income and multi-cultural population
  • Certifications
    • CPR and First Aid.
    • CPI Day 1 Training Certificate.
    • Must have CORI-clearance according to EOHHS/DEEC and LAHA policies.
    • Must comply with Organization’s TB policy as stated in the employee handbook.
Work Environment

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations maybe made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

The noise level is usually comparable to a large household of adults.

Physical Demands

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations maybe made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

The noise level is usually comparable to a large household of adults.

Direct Care Staff II/Relief Staff – Bilingual [Apply]


General Duties
  • Delivers assigned educational module groups (such as leisure activities or hobbies) as required during the assigned shift.
  • Perform required administrative duties such as filing, copying, and answering phones.
  • Accurately maintains records to reflect residents’ activities towards meeting their goals.
  • Accurately maintains shift communication logs.
  • Assists and participates in all regularly scheduled activities and services occurring during assigned shift.
  • Supports the relapse prevention model within the milieu.
  • Adheres to program procedures, guidelines, processes and protocols.
  • Adheres to the Hector Reyes House Program’s incident reporting policy and the SRRS on-call supports.
  • Provides crisis intervention and mediation as required.
  • Responsible for daily/nightly oversight of facility ensuring cleanliness, safety, and security in accordance with the Hector Reyes House Program facility standards.
  • Assists with the coordination of maintaining the program food and supply needs as required.
  • Makes recommendations to counselor or program director to test urine when there is suspected drug use and if approved, collects sample from resident and processes according to the program procedure.
  • Attends and participates in mandated staff meetings and scheduled team meetings and trainings as required.
  • Provides support in a professional, courteous, confidential, and timely manner to employees or any other individual requiring assistance related to the essential functions of this position.
  • Maintains the confidentiality of resident, employee and organization issues and information.
  • Maintain a professional relationship and observe the appropriate boundaries and limits with clients of the Hector Reyes House Program.
  • Maintain appropriate attendance record in accordance with LAHA policies.
  • Provides back up and support to counselors as required.
  • Promote team concept and efforts within the agency
Qualifications
  • Required
    • High school diploma/GED with minimum of one-year experience in human services field.
    • Knowledge of substance abuse services and residential supports.
    • Good communication and writing skills.
    • Ability to apply relapse prevention model.
  • Other
    • If in recovery, minimum of two years active recovery involvement.
    • Ability to work independently and make decisions using standard agency policies and procedures.
    • Knowledge and understanding of issues relevant to sober living in a residential setting.
    • Ability to assist and support progressive and aggressive case management.
    • Computer skills required.
    • Ability to set limits, establish boundaries and well organized.
    • Is able to work with others using a team approach.
    • Commitment to working with low income and multi-cultural population.
  • Certifications and Licenses
    • CPR and First Aid.
    • CPI Day 1 Training Certificate.
    • Must have CORI-clearance according to EOHHS/DEEC and LAHA policies.
    • Must produce TB testing evidence within 30 days of hire.
Work Environment

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations maybe made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

The noise level is usually comparable to a large household of adults.

Physical Demands

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; go up and down stairs, use hands to finger, handle, feel and talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to stand; walk and reach with hands and arms. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and ability to adjust focus.

Hours

Must be able to work weekends.