Under the direction and supervision of the Program Manager of BHI's Regional Tobacco Treatment Program, assumes responsibility for the case management of those clients assigned by the Program Manager. Includes assessment, education, documentation, treatment planning, pharmacotherapy, case review and discharge planning. Provides direct service to clients through the assessment, 5A’s intervention, individual and group counseling and administration of pharmacotherapy. The BHI OAD Counselor is responsible for collaboration and education to primary care clinicians within the HMHP system as well as data collection. Provides education and programming to community agencies, employers and other health care providers. May serve as a liaison between the Treatment Program and the community and may coordinate activities in partnership with the Program Manager.
Qualifications - Minimum
Master’s Degree or above in the Human Services or health Care field with one year of full–time counseling or health care experience, OR a Bachelors in Human Services or Health Care field with two years of full-time counseling or health care experience. Must complete training approved by Ohio Tobacco Use Prevention and Control Foundation and pass certification test before providing services. Certifications must be maintained. All Tobacco Treatment Specialists must be non-users of any tobacco products. Basic Life support or American Heart Association Heartsaver AED mandatory.
A minimum of five years of supervised work experience in a facility where the primary responsibilities were related to case management and providing direct service. Experience in an addiction treatment setting is desirable.
Hours per pay period: 80
Shift and Job Schedule
Job Shift: Days/Afternoons, Job Schedule: Full-Time
Equal Employment Opportunity
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