Employment Opportunity: Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor

The Kintock Group
Philadelphia, PA

The Kintock Group is currently seeking a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor to provide individual and group counseling for drug abuse for residents who are in need of drug treatment for our Philadelphia facility located at 301 E. Erie Ave. Incumbent will conduct intakes, assessments and case management services, ongoing assessment for program eligibility, monitoring all aspects of care and client services, and psycho-educational classes may be included at discretion of Program Director.


• Providing alcohol and substance abuse counseling in individual and group formats
• Facilitate required Cognitive Behavioral Workshops and classes
• Develop a comprehensive plan of care that meets the needs of the client
• Provide the client with information on community services and agency services which will address their needs and make the appropriate referrals on behalf of the client
• Educate client on all areas related to program participation including rights and responsibilities and appeal rights
• Utilize case management skills, such as brokering, advocacy, monitoring and discharge planning to link clients and their families to resources and services
• Work closely with client to develop and revise care plans that are client focused and meet client needs
• Schedule and/or participates in Case Conference with clients/caregivers, service care planning and negotiate agreements
• Provide discharge planning to dis-enrolled clients to ensure client’s needs are met
• Maintain client physical file with required forms as per policy
• Ensure all services are supported by care plan, and case note documentation
• Ensuring that all court stipulations are met by each resident assigned to the caseload
• Ensure that the duties of this position are performed in accordance with contract, ACA, licensure, and corporate standards
• Perform other work related duties as assigned by the Senior Case Manager, Deputy Directory or Director

• Good organizational skills
• Computer skills including the Windows operating systems, MS Word, MS and Excel
• Ability to follow course curriculum, facilitate groups and/or workshops.
• Learn, Analyze and interpret understand and follow contract rules, regulations, policies and procedures;
• Participate as in an effective member of a program team;
• Express ideas orally and in writing, clearly, completely and concisely;
• Establish and maintain productive working relationships at all levels


• Six-months of relevant experience
• A valid driver's license;
• A current PA Alcohol and Drug Counselor Certification (CADC)

A Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice or a Social Science or related field is required

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