Current Available Postitions

 CLINICAL DIRECTOR / FULL TIME

The Clinical Director will provide supervision for all outpatient employees to include Clinicians/Counselors, Secretary/Receptionist, DWI School Facilitators, UA staffing, and other support staff as directed by the CEO. The Clinical Director is responsible for management and quality assurance of all Clinical services at outpatient, which includes but is not limited to case record review for clinical appropriateness, meeting all of required standards and case staffing to evaluate treatment plans and client progress and review of all files for payment. The Clinical Director is responsible for the day-to-day supervision of Clinicians and Quality Assurance of treatment service delivery. The Clinical Director is delegated to identify and facilitate professional staff development in conjunction with the Executive Director and Quality Assurance Trainer along with other Senior Management team. Responsibilities also include scheduling of DWI School Facilitators are other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.

Applicants interested should have a minimum of a Master’s Degree in Counseling, Psychology, Behavioral Science or related field of study. Applicants must be licensed by New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department as LPCC, LISW or LMFT. Previous work experience preferred in providing Clinical Supervision and the ability to supervise in accordance with the New Mexico Board of Licensing. Applicant must have knowledge of recovery, mental health, and other co-occurring disorders. Applicants must have previous work experience in working with addiction in an intensive outpatient facility. Applicants must have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to maintain a positive collaborative relations among staff. Previous management experience preferred in the field of application. Applicants must be able to pass a criminal history screening, drug screening, and MVD check. Applicants must have a negative TB test. Applicant must possess a valid New Mexico Driver’s License. Applicant must read, write, and comprehend English. Knowledge of the cultural diversity of the region served. Ability to work as a team member with good communication skills. Must be willing to work day/hours as mandated by the program needs. Bilingual preferred but not required.

Hoy Recovery Program, Inc., began as an alcoholism treatment program in 1974. Throughout the early years of Hoy, focus was placed on building a treatment model that reflected the culture and heritage of the clients, gradually incorporating traditional healing practices, including cultural healers, and agricultural projects, creating a successful model for treating clients with chemically dependent issues. Hoy Recovery Program, Inc., offers three core components: residential treatment, outpatient treatment, and intensive outpatient treatment. These components bring males and females, 18 years of age and older to a treatment team of professionals that develop individualized treatment program that best meets the client’s unique needs. Outpatient clients who do not require supervision, attend individual and group sessions at the Espanola office. At the residential facility, clients live in gender-specific residences on a private, safe and secure 40 acre campus bordering the Rio Grande River in Velarde. These services work together providing immediate help followed by support and ongoing services so clients can continue to live and work in the community.

SALARY DOE:  EMAIL RESUME AND COVER LETTER TO:  E.GUTIERREZ@HOYRECOVERY.ORG

JOB TITLE: AFTERCARE COORDINATOR
SUPERVISOR: RESIDENTIAL SUPERVISOR
NON-EXEMPT

PURPOSE: The Aftercare Coordinator will coordinate and implement aftercare services to facilitate discharge planning and to assist clients to remain actively engaged in the recovery process upon discharge from residential and outpatient substance abuse treatment.

DESCRIPTION OF RESPONSIBILITIES: The Aftercare Coordinator is responsible for the implementation of the Substance Abuse Aftercare and Post Treatment Follow-up Program and should have a dear understanding of the dynamics of relapse. The Coordinator must be capable of setting up and maintaining detailed data collection and reporting, detailing program census, statistics, etc.

EXAMPLES OF WORK:

  1. Coordinate support services either directly or indirectly to the program
  2. Foster and develop a positive support network for program
  3. Coordinate monitoring strategies (drug testing, case management, phone calls, ).
  4. Is responsible to ensure services and aftercare plans are coordinated with other providers if Hoy Recovery Program cannot provide the
  5. Ensure Aftercare Coordination activities are carried out in an effective
  6. Make appropriate referrals to and act as liaison with community agencies, service providers and other support systems.
  7. Will assist the client upon admission complete forms for EBT cards, process these and coordinate with kitchen supervisor their expenditure and return to client upon discharge.
  8. Provide assistance in developing community-based resources for social, vocational and life and leisure skills.
  9. Resource acquisition and assistance with application for
  10. Serves as a collaborative partner in identifying system barriers through work with community stakeholders.
  11. Is responsible for attending any meetings and conferences as requested by Residential
  12. Accepts and carriers out other responsibilities or duties as

    KNOWLEDGE OF WORK: A high level of diplomacy and discretion is required to effectively negotiate and resolve issues with minimal assistance. This will require exceptional interpersonal skills, highly effective communication ability and the ability to make prompt independent decisions based upon relevant facts. Problem solving, negotiation, arbitration and conflict resolution skills are essential to balance the needs of both internal and external consumers. Must be highly skilled in planning, maintaining both the big picture and seeing that the details are covered. The employee must be detail oriented, able to organize multiple tasks and priorities, and to effectively manage projects from start to finish. Work activities quickly and change according to mandated changes and changing priorities with the department. The employee must be able to change the focus of his/her activities to meet changing priorities.

 

Must be proficient in Word, Excel, Outlook, Power Point and any new technology needed to perform duties.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or related degree program and two years experience in the field of substance abuse or five years experience in substance abuse and/or case
  2. Knowledge of the cultural diversity of the region
  3. Must read, write, speak and comprehend
  4. Ability to maintain confidentiality and understand HIPAA
  5. Must have valid NM driver’s license and proof of
  6. Must pass criminal history screening and drug
  7. Must have negative TB
  8. Ability to work as a team member and have good communication
  9. Must be willing to work days/hours as mandate by program
  10. Bilingual preferred by not

JOB TITLE: FARM MANAGER
SUPERVISOR: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
NON-EXEMPT

PURPOSE: The Farm Manager will manage the agriculture projects including the planting of the garden, maintaining equipment, care and feeding of the animals and livestock and establishing other components within the agriculture project.

DESCRIPTION OF RESPONSIBILILTIES: Responsibilities include overall management of the agriculture project to include planting and maintaining the garden, care and feeding of the animals and livestock, working with the Community Acequia Commission and Mayordomo. The individual will maintain an inventory of all equipment to be used and work with clients on work therapy. The farmer will coordinate all work activity with the Residential Supervisor.

EXAMPLES OF WORK:

1. Supervise work therapy and all activities related to the agriculture project.
2. Work with the local ditch commission and mayordomo.
3. Insure the purchase of seeds and plants.
4. Supervise the harvest and the sale of vegetables, eggs, plants and other produce.
5. Prepare the soil for planting and ensure that time frames are met.
6. Establish and maintain records of work activities and purchases including equipment.
7. Prepare reports as requested by supervisor.
8. Must assure that farm animals are fed and watered and have sufficient food ordered.
9. Must have animals sheared for summer months.
10. Coordinate schedules for work activities with the Residential Supervisor and approved staff.
11. Perform other related duties as required.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

1. High school or equivalent plus two years experience in farming.
2. Must have experience caring for farm animals.
3. Ability to speak both English and Spanish is preferred.
4. Ability to maintain documents.
5. Sound understanding of farming methods and organic farming.
6. Ability to accept responsibility to plan/organize work and to work autonomously.
7. Ability to work flexible hours and weekends when needed.
8. Must pass drug test, criminal history screening.
9. Must have valid NM driver’s license.
10. Must have negative TB test.

Position: Residential Counselor
FULL TIME

JOB DESCRIPTION

The Residential Counselor is under the supervision of the Clinical Director which the primary function is to provide professional substance abuse counseling to residential clients with co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Applicant must insure clients with mental health problems are referred to appropriate individuals or agencies. Applicant will conduct individual and group counseling following
the structured framework of State and Federal law, Counseling code of ethics, and Hoy Recovery Program policies and procedures.


JOB REQUIREMENTS/QUALIFICATIONS
Applicants must possess skill requirements to perform assessments on clients utilizing the computerized Addiction Severity Index (ASI) assessment or other related evaluation tools. 2) Must be capable of assisting clients in development and implementation of their personalized, individual treatment plans which address their self-identified, co-occurring treatment issues. Client treatment plans will be executed using various treatment techniques and therapeutic counseling skills associated with established national treatment standards for treatment of co- occurring disorders. 3) Provide individual or group therapy utilizing psycho-education cognitive behavioral methods, motivational methods, or other therapeutic modalities as assigned. 4) Prepare and maintain completed case files on all assigned clients, making sure that all required services, forms, and reports are included and complete. 5) Enforce and maintain policies, procedures, rules, regulations, guideline and adherence to and compliance with client services delivery, confidentiality, and ethics. 6) Completes reports to Admissions Coordinator for funding source. 7) Record client progress notes that are reflective of the treatment goals and objectives. 8) Assist with UA’s on occasion. 9) Assist other staff members in management of client’s emergencies. 10) Responsible for creating and maintaining a therapeutic and safe environment for clients. 11) Makes contact with clients and provides a minimum requirement needed for counseling sessions. 12) Development and liaison with various agencies to meet the needs of clients. Informing clients of services available and documents appointment with outside agencies. 13) Providing short-term coping and crisis intervention counseling. 14) Developing and maintaining of client health information (HIPPA standards) and in accordance with State and Federal law, and code of ethics. 15) Responsible for making referrals to specialist when necessary (i.e.: Rio Arriba case management, mental health services, medical services etc). 16) Arranging transportation when family, and other resources have failed. 17) Participation with clinical review and quality management review as required. 18) Attending staff meetings to discuss treatment plans, progress, treatment of individual clients and documents relevant staffing information. 19) Providing information on behalf of clients when required by agencies for outpatient services upon discharge. 20) Drafting discharge summaries and making referrals to appropriate agencies for outpatient services upon discharge. 21) Maintaining client files as required by Agency standards, program policies and management policies. 22) Other duties as assigned by the Clinical Director / Executive Director.

QUALIFICATIONS: BA or MA preferred from an accredited college or university with degree in Psychology, Social Work, Addictions or related health field. 2) Current LADAC. 3) Previous work experience totaling a minimum of two (2) years working with Clients with co-occurring mental health/substance abuse issues. Previous work experience providing individual and group psycho-therapy. 4) Must be computer literate to be in compliance with funding sources and computerized assessments, data collection, etc. 5) Must have a valid and current New Mexico Drivers License, clean driving history, pass criminal history screening, and be able to pass a drug screen. 6) Must have a negative TB test. 7) Must be able to maintain confidentiality of clients and family information to include all medical information and HIPAA requirements. 8) Must have the willingness to expand knowledge and skills in the field of substance abuse and counseling methods and renewal of counseling license. 8) Ability to work as a team member within the mission and philosophy and values of Hoy Recovery Program. 9) Applicant must be proficient in using the latest technology/software
to complete all mandated reporting. 10) Applicant must be able to speak, read, write, and comprehend English, Bi-lingual preferred (Spanish Speaking), and cultural sensitive. 11) Applicant must be available to work flexible days/hours and weekends as needed.


COMPANY INFORMATION

Hoy Recovery Program, Inc., began as an alcoholism treatment program in 1974. Throughout the early years of Hoy, focus was placed on building a treatment model that reflected the culture and heritage of the clients, gradually incorporating traditional healing practices, including cultural healers, and agricultural projects, creating a successful model for treating clients with chemically dependent issues. Hoy Recovery Program, Inc., offers three core components: residential treatment, outpatient treatment, and intensive outpatient treatment.
These components bring males and females, 18 years of age and older to a treatment team of professionals that develop individualized
treatment program that best meets the client’s unique needs. Outpatient clients who do not require supervision, attend individual and group sessions at the Espanola office. At the residential facility, clients live in gender-specific residences on a private, safe and secure 40 acre campus bordering the Rio

Grande River in Velarde. These services work together providing immediate help followed by support and ongoing services so clients can continue to live and work in the community.

POSITION: Medical Technician

JOB DESCRIPTION: Under direction of the assigned supervisor, perform professional level duties and functions associated with the treatment of substance abuse (drug and alcohol). Will assist in providing comprehensive detoxification and treatment services to clients within the program. Will provide lead instruction to staff as needed and may serve as trainer.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Obtain relevant information about clients through interview, assessment and case history; assist and support clients through addiction detoxification and recovery; observe, intervene and report client adherence to program goals and objectives.
2. Work in conjunction with other department staff to administer scheduled program curriculum and other activities utilized for treatment and rehabilitation of substance abuse.
3. Gather and research data utilized to track the reliability and validity of treatment that has been provided; make recommendations regarding modification of services and service delivery.
4. Process new clients, i.e., issuance of clothing, orientation to the rules of facilities and assist clients with daily activities, events and informational literature.
5. Review files/records to insure accurate, updated documentation and provide written reports to program managers.
6. Transport clients to appointments and other service locations outside of assigned program.
7. Prepare and maintain statistical reports, case histories, maintain progress notes and document behavioral incidents through observation of clients and maintain confidential records.
8. Participate in reviews of job performance and adhere to recommended measures for change.
9. Maintain security, order and discipline to prevent disturbances and insure the safety of residents, staff and community.
10. Assign, supervise and train personnel, as needed; serve as shift lead to insure shifts are fully staffed and to provide other supervisory support.
11. Maintain current knowledge base on counseling issues regarding substance abuse through conferences, educational training and networking with other agencies or groups.
12. Conduct and participate with training and staff development programs; assist in training and monitor staff facilitating groups.
13. Assure for appropriate shift transition to include client count, equipment and keys, staffing and required documentation.
14. Perform other job-related duties as assigned or required.

*The above information on this job description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties and responsibilities required of all employees assigned to this job.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Associate Degree in any field preferred, plus an interest in working in substance abuse field. 2. Licensure as an Alcohol and Substance Abuse Associate (LSAA) preferred. 3. Experience as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) or Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) preferred. 4. Must have knowledge of operations and activities of an addiction treatment program preferred. 5. Must have knowledge of alcohol and substance abuse theory and treatment; knowledge of crisis intervention techniques preferred. 6. Must have knowledge of legal and ethical issues related to client rights. 7. Must have the ability to interact effectively and professionally with administration, subordinates and the general public. 8. Must have the ability to analyze situations in a rational, mature and confident manner and to remain calm under stressful situations. 9. Must have the ability to utilize discretion and independent judgment; ability to maintain confidentiality of client records at all times. 10. Must be skilled in the use of computers to generate reports and maintain records. 11. Must possess excellent oral and written communication skills and the ability to write reports. 12. Must have the ability to operate a variety of office equipment. 13. Bilingual (English & Spanish) preferred.

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION: Screening and Compliance The offer of this Hoy Recovery Program position requires compliance with the following: 1. Employee must successfully complete the post-offer employment conditions as set by Hoy Recovery Program. 2. Employee must possess and maintain a valid New Mexico driver’s license. 3. Employee may be required to work different shifts and program reassignments. Working Conditions 1. Essential job duties are performed indoors in climate-controlled environment. 2. Primary work surface is even, dry, carpeted or tiled floor. 3. Works alone primarily, with or without directions. Works with groups and with a select team at times. Equipment, Tools and Materials 1. Telephone, typewriter, calculator, computer, fax machine, and copy machine are used in performance of essential job duties. 2. Various forms of paperwork are handled in performance of essential job duties.

PURPOSE: The cook is responsible for planning and preparing nutritious meals at the residential
component for residential clients and staffing.


DESCRIPTION OF RESPONSIBILITIES: This position is responsible for planning, preparing meals that
meet the needs of the residential clients. Special consideration shall be given to those clients in Detox
who because of their condition may have special dietary needs. Other responsibilities of the cook are to
ensure all food preparation and storage meet all required regulations and institutional guidelines set
forth by State and Federal regulatory agencies. Cooks may work with other kitchen staffing to follow
recipes, use ovens, grills, microwaves, deep fryers, and other industrial cooking apparatus, measuring
ingredients, monitor food for freshness and safety, maintaining a clean kitchen and storage of
ingredients as per policy and protocol.


EXAMPLES OF WORK:
1. Follow planned menus prepared by the Kitchen Supervisor.
2. On occasion, may be required to purchase food and supplies from vendors.
3. Prepare and serve meals to clients and staffing.
4. Prepare food to meet special or temporary dietary needs of individual clients.
5. Maintaining a clean kitchen and dining area and kitchens in the male/female components.
6. Assures that unauthorized staffing or others remain out of food preparation areas.
7. Assists in kitchen maintenance, laundry, sweeping, mopping, dishwashing, etc.
8. Other duties as assigned.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
1. High School Diploma or GED with preferred training in Culinary Arts.
2. Minimum of three year’s prior experience working as a cook.
3. Knowledge of kitchen, food, and workplace safety and cooking methods.
4. Ability to read, follow orders, recipes, and other instructions.
5. Ability to work a flexible work schedule as directed by Supervisor including holidays if dictated.
6. Must be able to work while standing for long periods of time and the ability to lift more than 50
lbs.
7. Ability to pass any food certification requirements set by State.
8. Must be a team player and take direction well.
9. Must possess skills to recognize potential safety hazards with hot stoves, ovens, hot water, and
cleaning solutions.
10. Ability to pass drug test.
11. Must pass criminal screening history.
12. Must have a valid New Mexico Driver’s License if utilizing driving.

13. Must have a negative TB test.
14. Ability to communicate well orally and in writing.
15. Must speak, write, and comprehend English. Bi-lingual preferred (Spanish Speaking).
16. Must be computer literate.

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