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The Gary E. Miller Canadian County Children's Justice Center is currently accepting applications for the following positions:

Description of essential duties and responsibilities:

  1. Provides individual, family and group alcohol, tobacco or other drug-related rehabilitative services and case management services.
  2. Participates in case staffing with chemical dependency treatment team
  3. Completes all required case documentation in a timely manner
  4. Completes screening and referral for Center clients
  5. Participates in quarterly quality case reviews of client files
  6. Participates in monthly supervision with the Lead Counselor.
  7. Comes to work on a regular full-time basis
  8. Performs other duties as assigned

 

Qualifications for position:

  1. Individual must have obtained a bachelors degree or above and be certified as a Case Manager II with the ODMHSAS.
  2. Individual should have at least one year or related work experience
  3. Must pass a background check
  4. Must pass a drug screening

 

Supervisory relationship:

The position is directly supervised by the Lead Counselor

 

Skills and knowledge required:

Should be familiar with the principles of alcohol and drug addiction and basic alcohol and drug education modalities with individuals, families and groups; should be familiar with the admission, education and discharge planning practices as well as how to complete related documentation.

 

Prior experience required:

One year of prior work experience is required; work may be salaried or volunteer experience

 

Personal qualities:

Individual should have sufficient interpersonal skills to work closely with professional peers and clients

 

Amount of travel and other special conditions or requirements:

Travel may be required in order to obtain job-related training

 

Hours per day or week:

Forty hours weekly; position requires some evening hours and/or weekends

SUMMARY: The Canadian County Children’s Justice Center is looking for a Director of Behavioral Health. The Behavioral Health Services of the Canadian County Children’s Justice Center provides a broad array of substance use disorder and mental health services for the children and families of Canadian County. Our Behavioral Health Services are CARF accredited and certified by the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services. Ideal Candidates must have strong organizational and communication skills, the ability to create quality services while developing a team mentality, practical expertise, great attention to detail, strong customer service abilities, and the flexibility and energy to function in a highly dynamic public setting. Serves with a positive, professional, respectful and courteous attitude at all times.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

• Supervises all mental health and chemical dependency services provided by behavioral health staff at the Center.

• Directly supervises Program Coordinators for residential programs, clinical interns, and other specialized program staff depending on client and the center’s needs.

• The Director of Behavioral Health coordinates behavior health team schedules to ensure low barrier and quick access to treatment, while also providing a consistent presence for patient support through integrated health care patient consultation.

• This position will lead cross departmental efforts to establish and integrate behavioral health services in all CCJC departments as well as establish competencies and key performance indicators for the behavioral health providers and support staff in relation to behavioral health screening and care.

• Coordinate and create yearly training schedule for all site staff. This includes scheduling training in accordance with local, state, professional certifications and all accreditation standards.

• Conduct quality assurance activities including conducting chart reviews, reviewing unanticipated outcomes reports, developing and monitoring practice protocols and procedures.

• Point person in implementing procedures needed to maintain CARF and all other required accreditation credentials.

• Performs periodic case file review and provide corrective action to case management staff.

• Serves as a mental health and chemical dependency consultant to Canadian County.

• Participates in program development and enhancement at the Center as needed.

• Maintains and updates policies and procedures related to behavioral health services.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: Must possess and advance degree in counseling, social work, psychology and hold a current licensure with the state of Oklahoma in addition to 5+ years of relevant clinical practical experience and broad-based clinical knowledge & skills in trauma informed care.
Organizational, administrative and 3 years of supervisory management skills also desired.

Should be familiar with basic child, adolescent, adult and family chemical dependency and mental health assessments as well as be able to complete the necessary documentation required as part of said assessments. Individual should be familiar with the admission, treatment and discharge planning processes as well as how to complete the related documentation.

Should have at least five years of relevant clinical practical experience and broad-based clinical knowledge & skills in trauma informed care. This should include individual- and group-related experiences related to children, adolescents, couples, adults and families who are experiencing mental health and/or substance abuse-related disorders.

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 may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

The noise level in the typical work environment is usually quiet.

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 use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms and talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to stand; walk and sit. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.

SAFETY: The employee shall be knowledgeable about and follow Canadian County’s safety policies and procedures. They should immediately report (i.e. during current shift) any accidents, unusual occurrences, or any other safety-related issues to the supervisor. Canadian County is a Drug-Free
Workplace. All employees are subject to Canadian County’s Drug-Free Workplace Policy. All job applicants are subject to a post-offer, pre-employment drug screen to determine eligibility for hire.

NOTE: The omission of specific statements or duties listed above does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the position. This job description does not constitute an employment agreement between Canadian County government and the employee and is subject to change by Canadian County as the needs and requirement of the job change.

EEO: An Equal Opportunity Employer

1. Title: Director of Behavioral Health
2. Description of essential duties and responsibilities:
a. Supervises all mental health and chemical dependency services provided by
behavioral health staff at the Center.
b. Makes arrangements to provide psychological and chemical dependency
evaluations as required by the Children’s Justice Center.
c. Provides mental health and chemical dependency services as needed.
d. Serves as a mental health and chemical dependency consultant to Canadian
County.
e. Participates in program development and enhancement at the Center as
needed.
f. Maintains and updates policies and procedures related to behavioral health
services.
g. Comes to work on a regular full-time basis.
3. Qualifications for position: Must possess an advanced degree in counseling,
psychology, social work or other degree related to social science and be
currently licensed within the State of Oklahoma in the appropriate mental health
or substance abuse field. Must pass a background check.
4. Supervisory relationships: The Director of Behavioral Health is directly
supervised by the Assistant Facility Director.
5. Skills and knowledge required: Should be familiar with basic child, adolescent,
adult and family chemical dependency and mental health assessments as well as
be able to complete the necessary documentation required as part of said
assessments. Individual should be familiar with the admission, treatment and
discharge planning processes as well as how to complete the related
documentation.

6. Prior experience required: Should have at least five years’ experience with
individual- and group-related experiences related to children, adolescents,
couples, adults and families who are experiencing mental health and/or
substance abuse-related disorders.
7. Personal qualities: Should have sufficient interpersonal skills in order to work
closely with professional peers and clients.
8. Amount of travel and any other special conditions or requirements: Travel may
be required in order to obtain job-related training.
9. Hours per week: Forty hours per week

Description of essential duties and responsibilities as drug screening program
technician:
 Directs clients through the various procedures and polices associated with the
Drug Screening Program
 Collects and tests urine samples
 Ensures inventory is sufficient to meet demand of DSP
 Maintains drug screening records, including client files, invoices, specimens,
reports, results and control logs
 Administers alcohol breathalyzer
 Collects oral fluid and hair follicle specimens when required
 Types results and submits tests results and paperwork to outside agencies in a
timely manner
 Prepares and packages specimens that need to be sent off for additional testing.
 Performs other duties as assigned
 Works as scheduled by DSP Supervisor on a full-time basis.
Qualifications for job:
High school diploma or equivalent and be at least 21 years of age. Must pass
background clearance. Must pass certification exams mandated by Drug Screening
Program’s lab service providers.
Supervisory relationships:
Reports directly to DSP Supervisor.
Skills and knowledge required:
The individual must have adequate visual and auditory abilities to perform job duties
effectively. Must have writing skills needed for completing paperwork. Must be able to
stand for at least 80% of their scheduled shift.
Experience required:
No prior experience required; however, a medical or healthcare background is
preferred.

Personal qualities:
Must be able to maintain confidentiality to the highest degree. Must be extremely detail
oriented, and not consider oneself above double checking themselves on a constant
basis in order to ensure accuracy of all documentation. Must be sensitive to the
feelings and needs of DSP clients and must be professional at all times when dealing
with employees, outside agencies and authorities.
Amount of travel:
Minimum travel may be required occasionally to attend training or to purchase supplies.
Hours each week:
40 hours per week. Days and times determined by DSP supervisor based on program
demands.

Description of essential duties and responsibilities as drug screening program
technician:
 Collects and tests urine samples
 Ensures inventory is sufficient to meet demand of DSP
 Maintains drug screening records, including client files, invoices, specimens,
reports, results and control logs
 Administers alcohol breathalyzer
 Submits tests results and paperwork to outside agencies in a timely manner
 Performs other duties as assigned
 Works as scheduled by DSP Supervisor on a part-time (PRN) as needed basis
 Comp Time: There are two levels of comp time that can be accrued if you are an
employee already with Canadian County. If you have an accrual of 80.00 comp,
you will be paid for all hours over that 80.00 in your paycheck of the 20 th the
month after it is accrued. If you have not reached your 80.00 hours then the
hours you accrue will be given to you at a rate of time and a half anything over 40
hours.
Qualifications for job:
Must possess a high school diploma or equivalent and be at least 21 years of age.
Must pass background clearance. Must pass certification exams mandated by Drug
Screening Program’s lab service providers.
Supervisory relationships:
Reports directly to DSP Supervisor.
Skills and knowledge required:
The individual must have adequate visual and auditory abilities to perform job duties
effectively. Must have writing skills needed for completing paperwork. Must be able to
stand for at least 80% of their scheduled shift (i.e. 3 hours during a 4 hour shift)
Experience required:
No prior experience required; however, a medical or healthcare background is
preferred.
Personal qualities:
Must be able to maintain confidentiality to the highest degree. Must be sensitive to the
feelings and needs of DSP clients and must be professional at all times when dealing
with employees, outside agencies and authorities.
Amount of travel:
Minimum travel may be required occasionally to attend training or to purchase supplies.
Hours each week:
Hours will vary.

Description of essential duties and responsibilities:
 Supervises residents at all times, by keeping them in close proximity and in visual and auditory distance
at all times.
 Supervises the chores of each resident and ensures that the group home is properly maintained.
 Informs shift supervisor of any pertinent information of daily activities, health and well-being of each
residents.
 Ensures that resident practice proper personal hygiene daily.
 Ensures that residents maintain their schedule.
 Develops a thorough understanding of all security and emergency procedures.
 Participates in shift change and ensures that all pertinent information is documented and reported.
 Follows all group home policies and procedures.
 Performs housekeeping duties in defined areas and ensures that the facility is clean at all times.
 Informs shift supervisor of any safety, security issues, and all maintenance problems.
 Completes incident reports, medication logs, daily logs, resident shift notations, and all program
documentation that is applicable.
 Uses acquired knowledge to supervise and facilitation of recreation activities to achieve a desired
outcome. Will become knowledgeable about recreational activities and how recreational activities are
properly performed.
 Dresses appropriately for the position.
 Supports and promotes an environment for residents in need of substance abuse and co-occurring
services that is recovery focused, welcoming, and attentive to the needs of consumers who may have
experienced trauma in their lives.
 Attends scheduled staff meetings and training on a regular basis.
 Assist with weekly audit of residents chart.
 Ensure all visitors coming into the facility are approved to visit or transport a resident.
 Responsible for maintaining strictest confidentiality guidelines for interactions regarding resident
information.
 Performs other duties as directed.
 Establishes and maintains professional working relationships with supervisor and peers; while
effectively working within a team setting cohesively.

Supervisory relationships: Is under the direct supervision of assistant shift supervisor and
shift supervisor.
Qualifications for position: Must be at least 21 years of age with a high school diploma or its
equivalent. Preferred 2 years’ experience working with adolescence in a residential setting. Must pass
all background checks.
Skills and knowledge required: The individual must have adequate visual and auditory skills
to supervise residents, possess well-developed oral and written skills.
Must be able to work in a crisis situation, remain calm and be able to defuse the situation if
situation arises.
Personal qualities: Individual should have sufficient interpersonal skills to work closely with
both peers and residents.

Updated 05/03/2019
Amount of travel and other special conditions or requirements: Travel may be required in
order to obtain job-relevant training.
Hours per week: Flexible 40 hours per week, Must be willing to work all shifts and on short
notice.

Description of essential duties and responsibilities:
a. Supervises residents, keeping them in close proximity and in visual and
auditory contact at all times.
b. Supervises the chores of each resident and ensures that the detention
facility is properly maintained.
c. Provides input to shift supervisor regarding daily activities and incidents
related to residents.
d. Assures that residents practice proper personal hygiene.
e. Assures that residents maintain their schedule.
f. Develops a thorough understanding of all security and emergency
procedures.
g. Participates in shift change and ensures that all pertinent information is
passed on.

h. Follows all detention/sanctions policies and procedures.
i. Performs housekeeping duties in defined areas and ensures that the facility
is clean.
j. Ensures that the shift supervisor is aware of all pertinent information that
affects the health and well-being of residents and the safety and
security of the facility.
k. Reports any maintenance problems to the shift supervisor.
l. Is responsible for ensuring that the physical and emotional needs of the
residents are met on their shift, within the defined parameters of the

detention center.

m. Performs other duties as directed by the shift supervisor or program
coordinator.
n. Must wear a county-issued shirt.
o. Comes to work on a regular full-time basis.
p. Attends scheduled staff meetings and training.
3. Qualifications for position: Must be at least 21 years of age with a high school
diploma or its equivalent. Must pass background clearance.
4. Supervisory relationships: Is under the direct supervision of the shift
supervisor or the program coordinator.
5. Skills and knowledge required: The individual must be physically able to
restrain a juvenile should it become necessary, have adequate visual and auditory
skills to supervise residents, be physically able to stand on his/her feet for an
entire eight-hour shift and have skills necessary to operate the security devices in
a safe and competent manner.
6. Prior experience required: None

Revised 05/31/2016
7. Personal qualities: Individual should have sufficient interpersonal skills to work
closely with peers and residents.
8. Amount of travel and other special conditions or requirements: Some travel
may be required in carrying out duties and training.
9. Hours per week: Must be able to work a variable and flexible schedule, must be
able to come in on short notice if necessary, and must be able to work hours other
than a regular scheduled shift.

All job candidates must pass an OSBI background check and a drug screening. A good driving record is required for many positions. Most jobs also require that the employee be at least 21 years old. We offer an excellent benefit package and a competitive pay structure. Full-time employees receive county-paid insurance and participate in the state employees retirement plan. You may pick up an application at the center or print one off this website. Additionally you may email your resume or application to HR@canadiancounty.org or fax to (405) 264-5568 Attn: Human Resource Dept. Applications can also be dropped off at the Justice Center.

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CCCJC is an equal opportunity employer and a tobacco-free facility.

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