Careers

Mission Statement

To be the provider of choice for a behavioral health continuum of care, for at risk individuals and their families.

Current Job Openings

  • Outpatient Services Manager

The Outpatient Services Manager is responsible for the day to day functions of the Outpatient programs to include, but not limited to the following: program admissions, curriculum fidelity, client rights and responsibilities, staff rights and responsibilities. Also responsible for the initial screening and interviewing of all outpatient staff applicants, as well as continued supervision, evaluation and scheduling of staff, and participating in meetings. The Outpatient Services Manager will work with the management team to identify opportunities for professional growth of staff, and in the area of budget preparation and administration. Also responsible for maintaining liaison and working relationships with local referral sources and community agencies. This position also will establish and maintaining good relations with civic, professional, governmental entities, and the community in general by having an active interest in community affairs. Responsible for other duties as assigned by supervisor.

    • What you will need: Master’s Degree, Licensed Addiction Counselor status with SD Board of Addiction and Prevention Professionals

For full Job Description or to submit your resume in interest of the position, please email CarrollHR@CarrollInstitute.org.

 

  • Outpatient Counselor

Among other Duties and Responsibilities, the Outpatient Counselor is:

  1. Responsible for obtaining/maintaining appropriate certification for groups or curriculum as necessary.
  2. Responsible for providing recovery oriented, co-occurring capable, stage matched interventions throughout each of the following services to individuals:
    1. Assessment and Diagnostic interviews
    2. Individual, family, or group therapy
    3. Education
    4. Crisis Management
    5. Case Management
    6. Alcohol/Drug testing (Urine Analysis, Breathalyzers, etc.)
    7. Discharge and Referrals
    8. Follow up services as necessary
  3. Responsible for preparation, review and submission of required documentation throughout the treatment process for each individual. This includes the following:
    1. Intake reports
    2. Treatment Planning and reviews
    3. Progress Notes
    4. Referral documentation
    5. Discharge Summaries
    6. Aftercare planning
    7. Other reports as required by the Division of Community Behavioral Health or other referral sources.
  4. Understand and maintain confidentiality as defined by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA).
  5. Responsible for maintaining liaison/working relationships with local referral sources, community agencies.
  6. Responsible for participation in staff meetings concerning clients and program policies.
  7. Responsible for working closely with all staff to establish and maintain a welcoming environment that enhances the strengths of each client.
  8. Responsible to assist in establishing and maintaining good relations with civic, professional, governmental entities, and the community in general by having an active interest in community affairs.
  9. Responsible for other duties as assigned by Supervisor.
    • What you will need:

Eligible to obtain/maintain required Trainee or Certification status with the South Dakota Chemical Dependency Counselor Certification Board within two years of employment.

For full Job Description or to submit your resume in interest of the position, please email CarrollHR@CarrollInstitute.org.

 

Carroll Institute offers an attractive benefits package for full-time (and some part-time employees), including health, dental, vision, and life insurance, a matching 401(k), PTO and Extended Sick Leave, tuition reimbursement, along with other programs.

Apply today!

EOE, Drug Free Workplace

To apply for any position, please send an email with your resume attached, indicating which position you are interested in, to: CarrollHR@CarrollInstitute.org