Lowell House Addiction Treatment and Recovery is opening a new 16 bed dual diagnosis (substance use disorder/mental illness) program for men in Lawrence. Come join our team and have a positive impact on this opioid crisis affecting all our communities!
1 Clinical Director: This position is a leadership role responsible for all clinical programming and services. Responsible for gaining and maintaining DPH licensure and adhering to agency’s best practices, policies and procedures and quality standards. You will have the opportunity to design and solidify much of what will become your program. Master’s degree in Social Work, Counseling, Psychology or related field required. Licensure required: LICSW, LMHC, LADC1 or LMFT, 5 years’ clinical experience working with substance use disorder population.
4-5 Case Manager/Counselors: Responsible for all intake, assessment, treatment planning, and progress note documentation for each client on case load. Provide individual and group counseling, work collaboratively with Recovery Specialists supervising and monitoring the health and safety of all clients. Associates or Bachelor’s degree in Human Services, Addictions, Psychology or related field, minimum of 3 years’ experience in the addictions field, salary commensurate with degree, experience and licensure.
8 Recovery Specialists: Responsible for working with other team members to support the day to day operations of the program, as well as the overall safety of the clients and the program environment during their assigned shift. High school diploma/GED minimum requirement, knowledge of and experience in recovery work, strong written and verbal communication skills. All shifts available.
1 House Coordinator/Recovery Specialist: Responsible for the household and operational aspects of the program pertinent to the maintenance of kitchen duties and daily living functions. Oversees chores, supplies, laundry and client rooms. High school diploma/GED minimum requirement, Food safety/Serve Safe certification- will provide upon hire if needed.
2 Half time Registered Nurses: Responsible for the oversight of medication management and administration within the residential setting, as well as the provision and supervision of any first aid provided within the facility, collaborate with PCPs, psychiatrists, program staff. 2+ years’ experience, preferably with a substance use disorder population, Bachelor’s degree in nursing required, valid nursing license.