Licensed Counselor Opportunity
Since 1985 Brandywine Counseling & Community Services, Inc. (BCCS) has been a trusted provider of outstanding substance abuse and behavioral health treatment. BCCS is a community organization that prides itself on helping members of our community recover with dignity. We enhance the quality of life by creatively providing Education, Advocacy, Prevention, Early Intervention and Treatment Services. We promote hope and empowerment to persons and families touched by mental illness, substance abuse, HIV and multiple occurring diagnoses, and their related challenges.
The Licensed Counselor is responsible for creating a welcoming and healing environment by providing quality, sufficient and appropriate clinical services and maintaining high professional standards. The Licensed Counselor’s primary responsibility is to deliver quality and competent care to all BCCS clients, to include but not limited to individual, family and group counseling. The assigned Licensed counselor shall participate in orientation, on-going assessment, treatment planning, counseling, case management, crisis intervention, client education, referral, report and record keeping, and consultation with other professionals.
As a Licensed Counselor with BCCS, you will:
- Meet with assigned clients as required to formulate and carry out clinical goals.
- Assist with intake process prior to caseload assignment.
- Conduct Addiction Severity Index (ASI) assessment if approved as an assessor. Evaluate assigned clients and formulate treatment plan goals in consultation with the Clinical Supervisor.
- Treats clients using individual, group and/or family counseling/education as indicated on the treatment plan.
- Meet with Residential Case Manager and client to ensure coordinated referrals.
- Review contingency contracts.
- Maintain appropriate written records.
- Provide outreach and educational activities in the community as required.
- Comply with all BCCS policies and procedures.
- Confer with the Clinical Supervisor on a daily basis for casing.
- Maintain appropriate written records and make sure the chart is in accordance with the Joint Commission and meets Delaware licensure standards and CSAT criteria.
- Participate in case presentation at weekly meetings.
- Participate in staff meetings, trainings and other office related duties.
- Performs any other duties as assigned by the Clinical Supervisor.
Qualifications for the position are:
- Master’s degree in Behavioral Science or related field
- 1 year experience in the Drug and Alcohol Field
- 1 year experience in the Mental Health Field
- LCSW or LPCMH required
Monday and Thursday, 10a-6p
Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, 7a-3p
The compensation package for this position includes:
- A competitive salary
- Group medical, and dental coverage with low employee costs
- 34 paid days off annually
- Tuition reimbursement, a retirement plan with a company match and much more!
Job Type: Full-time