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Clinician/Team Leader

  • Meridian Behavioral Health Services
  • $53,330.00 - 73,610.00 / Year *
  • 1043 State Rd 1154
  • Newport, NC 28570
  • Full-Time



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Meridian Behavioral Health Services is seeking a Clinician/Team Leader for SAIOP. The Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Program (SAIOP) provides structured individual and group addiction activities that are provided at an outpatient program, designed to assist adult beneficiaries to begin recovery and learn skills for recovery maintenance. Individual must be a graduate of a college or university with a Masters degree in a human service field who is either certified as a clinical supervisor (CCS), provisionally certified as a clinical supervisor (CCSI) or fully licensed as a clinician (LCAS) with the North Carolina Substance Abuse Professional Practice Board (NCSAPPB). Individual will preferably have two years of experience in supervising others. The SAIOP clinician is responsible for: Providing recovery-oriented screening, intake, assessment, treatment, rehabilitation and support services, Functioning as an integral member of both the SAIOP and Meridian teams, Promoting the recovery culture of the organization, Monitoring program outcomes related to fiscal, clinical and administrative integrity. In addition to the degree and license requirements above, applicants must also have: a valid driver's license with no restrictions, reliable transportation, flexibility, moderate computer skills Position Area: Adult Services Position Type: Full-Time Position Location: Transylvania County Positions Available: 1 Benefits Meridian Behavioral Health Services proudly offers employees a wide array of benefits including: Medical Insurance Dental Insurance Vision Insurance 403 (b) Retirement Savings Plan Supplemental Insurances Health Care Flexible Spending Account Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account Paid Time Off Paid Holidays Bereavement Leave Cell Phone Stipend Travel Reimbursement Employee Assistance Program Employer Paid Licensure Supervision Below is a complete, downloadable listing of all open positions at Meridian Behavioral Health Services. If you would like to apply for a position, please fill out the Application for Employment and submit along with your resume to the Human Resources Department by emailing the completed form to ...@meridianbhs.org. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed Application for Employment. Available Positions:(Click on the name of the job title or 'more info' for a description of the position. The job list may be sorted by clicking on 'title', 'type' or 'location'.) To apply for any of the above positions, please complete the online web application and upload your resume (PDF format preferred) or download and complete an application and email it to: ...@meridianbhs.org Have you ever been convicted of an offense against the law? A conviction or arrest may not automatically disqualify an applicant from employment, but not disclosing could result in immediate dismissal of consideration for employment. Conviction means you were declared guilty by a judge or you plead guilty in court. A conviction could have been for a misdemeanor or a felony. Certain traffic offenses rise to the level of a misdemeanor or felony and must be declared; examples include driving under the influence, driving on a suspended or revoked license, reckless driving, or leaving the scene of an accident.Note: Regardless of conviction some traffic violations may disqualify an applicant from being considered to drive a company vehicle or transport clients in their personal vehicle. If driving is a primary job responsibility for the position, see Human Resources for violations that may prohibit consideration for employment. Explanation Abuse Question Select One Have you ever been substantiated for child abuse and/or neglect or disabled adult abuse, neglect or exploitation? (If yes, please explain circumstances on field below.) Explanation Offense Against Law Select One Have you ever been convicted of an offense against the law? A conviction or arrest may not automatically disqualify an applicant from employment, but not disclosing could result in immediate dismissal of consideration for employment. Conviction means you were declared guilty by a judge or you plead guilty in court. A conviction could have been for a misdemeanor or a felony. Certain traffic offenses rise to the level of a misdemeanor or felony and must be declared; examples include driving under the influence, driving on a suspended or revoked license, reckless driving, or leaving the scene of an accident.Note: Regardless of conviction some traffic violations may disqualify an applicant from being considered to drive a company vehicle or transport clients in their personal vehicle. If driving is a primary job responsibility for the position, see Human Resources for violations that may prohibit consideration for employment. Explanation Abuse Question Select One Have you ever been substantiated for child abuse and/or neglect or disabled adult abuse, neglect or exploitation? (If yes, please explain circumstances on field below.)
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