Men's Jail Intervention Program Coordinator
Hancock County Probation & Community Corrections currently have an opening for the position of the Men’s JIP Coordinator. This position is housed within the Hancock County Probation Court Treatment Team. Part time position, 21 hours per week (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 8:00-4:00).
RESPONSIBILITIES: facilitating a 1 hour skills development and training group (focused on substance abuse) 3 times per week; completing documentation for each group/inmate; managing the Men’s JIP jail kiosk; administering assessments and completing Recovery Works budgets and referrals; compiling monthly statistical data; discharge planning (where appropriate); participation in weekly staff meetings; and, other duties found necessary by the program manager and respective department heads.
QUALIFICATIONS: Masters degree in Social Work, Addictions Counseling, or equivalent degree preferred. Must be license eligible. Bachelors degree with LAC or experience working in substance abuse treatment may be considered. Program supervisor is LCSW and LCAC should applicant need supervision for licensure.