Substance Use Disorder Intake Specialist (SUD)
About Evergreen Treatment Services:
Evergreen Treatment Services (ETS) is a great place to work! Employees at ETS work collaboratively to provide excellent patient care and support services in a highly ethical and professional manner. ETS encourages work life balance and a healthy lifestyle through a comprehensive package of benefits including paid leave, medical and dental coverage, and an employee assistance program. ETS highly values creativity and recognizes employees for exceptional job performance.
Benefits include: competitive salaries, medical and dental benefits, eleven paid annual holidays, a 403(b) retirement investment plan, two weeks paid vacation in the first year, one week of mental health leave, opportunities for advancement, and a friendly work environment. ETS is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.
ETS values diversity. The agency does not discriminate against employees or applicants because of race, ethnicity, creed, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, or disability.
Job Function Includes:
- Monitor and track for incentives and general admission data
- Involve in walk screenings and coordination
- Coordinate admissions to OTS and SEA ETS from community partners such as hospitals and jails
- Consult with a multi-disciplinary team
- Attend weekly clinical meetings & daily check-out meetings
- Will adhere to all the confidentiality requirements and guidelines outlined in the 42 CFR, Part 2 federal regulations pertaining to chemical dependency treatment records
- Provide information in response to general inquiries from prospective patients and staff, and assists patients applying for treatment
- Collect and verify accurate and complete demographic information from patient. Accurately enter all data into the agency’s electronic medical records (EMR) system and update established patient files as necessary
- College-level coursework in a relevant academic area
- One year of appropriate experience or equivalent education/experience
- Bachelor of Arts/Science in Psychology, Social Work, Sociology, or other relevant academic area