Chestnut Health Systems

Adult Residential Counselor

US-IL-Bloomington
Job ID
2017-1813
# Positions
2
Type
PRN - Work As Needed
Category
Substance Abuse

Overview

Chestnut Health Systems is a leading provider of behavioral and primary health care services. Over four decades, Chestnut has grown to over 700 committed, compassionate employees providing substance use, mental health and primary care treatment to patients in Central and Southern Illinois. We provide fully integrated care for all of our patients by combining behavioral health care services with our community-based primary care health centers. Chestnut also conducts research and training throughout the U.S.A, as well as provides employee assistance programs internationally.

 

Chestnut Health Systems’ Adult Chemical Dependency program is seeking a part-time, as needed Adult Residential Counselor to work for our Bloomington, IL facility.

Responsibilities

  • Monitoring clients.
  • Assisting clients with daily programs.

Qualifications

  • Must be at least 21 years old with a high school diploma or its equivalent.
  • Experience in working in adult substance abuse treatment (alcohol and other drugs) is preferred.
  • Must display an interest and ability to work with a diverse group of people effectively.
  • Good oral and written communication skills are also required.
  • Must obtain CADC certification within two (2) years’ if teaching skills groups.
  • May transport clients if in possession of a valid driver's license and insurable.
  • Satisfactory completion of Chestnut’s background checking process.

This part-time position includes eligibility for our retirement savings plan with company match, and employee assistance program.

           

For immediate consideration, please see us at www.chestnut.org/employment

 

Chestnut welcomes applications from qualified individuals with recovery experience.

 

EOE – Minorities/Females/Vets/Disabled

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