Group Life counselor I,II, III

Website Sea Mar Community Health Centers - Renacer

Youth Residential Services

Social work, Human service, Substance Use Disorder Professional Trainee Field practicum, and employment opportunities!

Renacer works with male-identifying teens and transitional age youth ages 13-20 with a primary diagnosis of substance use disorder. Renacer does not deny admission to youth with a history of criminal activity, disruptive behaviors, or mental health diagnosis.

Supportive staffing is provided 24 hours a day as well as group counseling 7 days per week with licensed clinical staff.
We value lived experience and passion for working with youth in recovery.
This is a great entry-level social and human services position.
We are a 24/7 facility and have a variety of shift times available. There is some flexibility to accommodate school schedule whenever possible.
Renacer offers a supervised experience for certification as a Substance Use Disorder Professional and internship hours for BASW., MSW., and LMH.

 

 

Group Life Counselor II or III
Position Summary:
Full-time Group Life Counselor position available for our Behavioral Health Department in Seattle – Renacer, a Treatment Center working with young adults suffering from chemical dependency. The descriptions below outline the job duties and requirements of a GLC I, GLC II, and GLC III. The person hired will either work in a GLCI, GLC II, or GLC III capacity if the requirements are met.

The Group Life Counselor I is an entry-level Human Service position that is part of the multi-disciplinary treatment team providing direct services to patients in a residential setting. Direct services may include a combination of all of the following: group care, intake procedures, evaluation, individual and group counseling, milieu management, evaluation, and supervision of patients. An entry-level person is expected to have a “base to moderate” understanding of how to provide the direct services listed above. Must understand that chemical dependency is a treatable illness and a public health problem.
The Group Life Counselor II is a mid-level Human Service position that is part of the multi-disciplinary treatment team providing direct services to patients in a residential setting. Direct services may include a combination of all of the following: group care, intake procedures, evaluation, individual and group counseling, milieu management, evaluation, and supervision of patients. Services are provided to out-of-control, high-risk, chronic runaway youth. These youth have a primary diagnosis of chemical dependency and may also have mental health problems. The person in this position must be of good character and able to maintain the understanding, physical health, emotional stability, and personality suited to meet the physical, mental, emotional, and social needs of the adolescent population served. A mid-level person is expected to have a, “moderate to complete” understanding of how to provide the direct services listed above.
GLC II – Education and or/Experience:
B.A. degree in Psychology, Sociology, Human Services, or has at least two years of experience working with high-risk youth.
This person must receive a background check from DSHS and Washington State Patrol at hire and yearly. Must have a Washington State driver’s license if applicable.
Must have and maintain CPR certification every two years and First-Aid every three years.

The Group Life Counselor III is a position that is part of the multi-disciplinary treatment team providing direct services to patients in a residential setting. Direct services may include a combination of all of the following: group care, intake procedures, evaluation, individual and group counseling, milieu management, and supervision of patients. These patients have a primary diagnosis of chemical dependency and may also have mental health problems.  GLC III will be responsible to facilitate treatment educational groups with the Individuals. The GLC III is the agent for providing services to patients in individual or group sessions. GLC III will work closely with SUDP in treatment activities.
GLC III – Education and or/Experience
B.A. degree in Psychology, Sociology, Human Services, Addictions or related field.
Associates degree in Chemical Dependency and at least two years of experience in working with at-risk populations.
Experience working with high-risk youth or adults preferred.
Must have and maintain CPR certification every two years and First-Aid every three years.
What We Offer:
Sea Mar offers talented and motivated people the opportunity to work in a dynamic and growing community health organization. Working at Sea Mar Community Health Centers is more than just a job, it’s a fulfilling career with opportunities for advancement. The fringe benefits surpass most companies. For example, Full-time employees working 30 hours more, receive an excellent benefits package of Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Prescription coverage, Long Term Disability, EAP (Employee Assistance Program), and paid time off starting at 24 days per year + 10 paid Holidays. We also offer 401(k)/Retirement options and an exciting opportunity to work in a culturally diverse environment.

How to Apply: https://seamarcommunityhealthcenters.applytojob.com/apply/6kvPqaNBoj/Group-Life-Counselor-I?referrer=202112132036293PSILNPIWYDNHNNC
If you have any questions regarding the position, email Kristen Prentice, Program Manager at KristenPrentice@seamarchc.org
Sea Mar is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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