Department: Program & Support Services Department
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Work Schedule: 1) Day Shift 32 hrs. (Fri-Mon 7:am-3:30pm); 1) Swing Shift 40 hrs. (Thurs-Mon 3:pm-11:30pm) 1) Grave 40 hrs. (Sun-Thurs 11:pm-7:30am)
Reports to: Service Unit Supervisor, Program & Support Services Department Director
~Full Medical, Dental and Vision benefits after 60 days (Employer pays 100% of the premium for Employees). Dependent coverage is available.
~Short and Long Term Disability and $75,000 Life Insurance after 90 days. (Employer Pays 100% of the Premium).
~10 paid holidays and 20 Paid-Time-Off (PTO) days per year.
~403(b) Thrift Savings Plan with a defined contribution of 2% and an additional 2% matching contributions after 1 year of employment
About the Position
The Skills Coach Specialist Rover provides client centered care by facilitating, participating, and monitoring the treatment activities of residents with substance disorders or co-occurring substance and psychiatric disorders. This a full time position for a residential treatment facility. Skills Coach Specialist Rover provides Mentorship and Indirect Supervision to Skills Coach 1 & 2. Must be willing and able to drive as needed/directed. Must be willing and able to adhere to the core competencies listed below.
Core Competencies: include the following:
Client Care – Effectively redirects serious behaviors involving risk of physical harm to self or others or the destruction of property; demonstrates positive engagements with clients reinforcing proactive behaviors; ability to rationally detach from difficult behaviors, avoids coercive interventions from invitations to escalate or enter into conflict around insignificant behaviors. Required to lead Resident(s) in physical activities such as walking, running, bike rides, and snow tubing.
Communications – Communicate with supervisor and established chain of command regarding daily operations and/or incidents; document all required information in a clear, legible, timely, concise and accurate manner.
Relationship – Respects authority; models direct and clear communications with peers, clients and subordinates; culturally aware and respectful of differences; establish a helping relationship with the person receiving services by demonstrating empathy, respect, and genuineness in order to build trust.
Administrative – Ability to complete multiple tasks in a timely manner. Precisely documents events and transactions specific to job duties in approved Agency formats; understands and adheres to program operating procedures. Attention to detail.
Technical – Utilizes Agency communication devices and information technology as a business tool; proficient, as required, in the use of Outlook, Microsoft Word, Excel, and related IT systems and software applications.
Business Acumen – Adheres to policies, procedures, and philosophy of the Healing Lodge of the Seven Nations mission statement.
Professional – Behaves ethically; presents a professional image in appearance, communications and demeanor; adheres to Agency scheduling Policy; follows program activity schedules; committed to personal professional development; recognizes the importance of self-care.
Analytical – Assist in gathering information about basic and community living of the person receiving services to be used in the assessment process; implement designated interventions and behavioral management programs.
Leadership – Seek to participate in effective approaches and training to enhance job skills; seek opportunities to mentor new staff; ability to recognize unsafe behaviors, situations and environments; act to maintain the safety and well-being of persons receiving services, staff and community members. Ability to lead and remain calm under pressure.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
This position has indirect supervisory responsibilities.
Education and/or Experience:
Ability and Knowledge
Knowledge and Trauma Informed
Supervisory abilities that promote effective staff performance and relevant experience training and demonstrating skills in each area that he/she will be managing or supervising.
Positive Behavior Intervention
Demonstrate the ability to interact effectively and respectfully with residents and staff from different cultures while performing the duties of this job.
Must be willing to participate in and successfully complete all relevant advanced training to include ongoing professional development.
Effective communication and problem solving skills
Must be a minimum of 25 years old
Knowledge and background in Native American culture/spiritual traditions and practices preferred.
Other duties, responsibilities, and activities may change or be assigned at any time with or without notice. Must be able to read, write, and understand English.
Certificates, Licenses and Registration:
· Must become CPR and First Aid certified
· Possess a Washington Driving License free of driving restrictions.
· Must be able to read and write proficiently for Documentation and Daily Reports
· Agency Affiliated Counselor
Specific vision and hearing abilities required.
May be exposed to inclement weather.
May be exposed to verbally and/or physically assaultive behavior.
Required to work in non-routine positions for extended periods.
Must be able to lift and/or move up to 30 pounds.
May be exposed to infectious disease.
· Possess flexibility with frequent interruptions;
· Knowledgably with a wide range of behaviors;
· Capability of adapting to a wide range of physical, emotional, social, and/or spiritual well-being;
· Remain neutral with Aggressive behaviors;
· Possess empathy with distraught residents;
· Flexibility with shift tasks and priorities,
· Skill set of concentration and attention to detail.
· Trained and aware of Compassion Fatigue.
Nothing in this job description restricts management’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time. The Healing Lodge believes that each employee makes a significant contribution to our success. That contribution should not be limited by the assigned responsibilities. This position description is designed to outline primary duties, qualifications and job scope, but not limit our employees nor the organization to just the work identified. It is our expectation that each employee will offer his/her services wherever and whenever necessary to ensure the success of the company. Employment is contingent upon successful passing of background check, UA, professional reference checks, professional licensure/certifications, driving history, and other required HL7N employment screening and testing, etc.