Careers at Genesis Programs

Our facility is currently hiring Case Managers to join our group counseling team. We are looking for individuals who have a client-focused approach to the treatment of persons served with a diagnosis of substance use disorder. If you enjoy working as a team whose primary focus is to work collaboratively to provide best outcome for persons served, this may be the right place for you. As a case manager at our facility, you would be supporting a variety of clients receiving treatment services for substance use disorders who will benefit from case management services as they continue their healing process. Utilize your commitment to making life better for others and improving their quality of life with us.

Roles And Responsibilities

  • Case Manager reports to GPI management team and works directly with the Executive Community Liaison and Clinical Team.
  • Accomplish person-centered care by developing treatment plans based on needs expressed by persons served and information obtained through self-assessments, progress notes, outside providers, and input provided during clinical staff meetings by treating clinicians.
  • Determine persons served needs for therapeutic medical, psycho-social, and psychiatric evaluation.
  • Establishes program compliance by monitoring and evaluating persons served treatment plan and progress.
  • Determine persons served and/or supporting person/family barriers obstructing best outcome.
  • Communicates persons served level of engagement, treatment influences, effectiveness of clinical interventions and progress toward discharge during weekly interdisciplinary staff meetings.
  • Prepares persons served for discharge by reviewing case notes, logging calls to follow-up regarding key elements listed in treatment plans, and coordinate care with outside providers.
  • Maintain persons served clinical records by documenting clear and accurate information in accordance with GPI standards.

Delivery of Treatment

  • Provide follow-up care for persons served who have transitioned into outpatient services.
  • Advocate and link treatment participants to outside support services.
  • Ensure persons served rights including confidentiality, consent to treat, and GPI code of conduct.

Crisis Interventions

  • Assess severity and triage effectively.
  • Ensure critical incident reports are completed in accordance with the organization’s standards.

Qualifications and Education Requirements

Skills and Abilities

  • Establishing and Maintaining Interpersonal Relationships
  • Team Building Skills
  • Crisis Intervention skills
  • Trauma Informed
  • Cultural Sensitivity
  • Lifestyle Sensitivity
  • Active Listening Techniques
  • Organized and Perceptive
  • Critical Thinking Skills
  • Dependable
  • Handles Stress Efficiently
  • Detail-Oriented
  • Takes Initiative
  • Working Knowledge of EHR and general Office Equipment (e.g. computers, scanners, faxes, and phone lines)

Education and Certification

  • Must have a bachelor’s degree or certification from a California drug and alcohol accredited organization or the equivalent.
  • Must be proficient in MS Office (MS Excel and MS Outlook, in particular) and other office software packages.

Key Competencies

  • Adhere to Persons Served Confidentiality Guidelines
  • Adhere to the Professional Code of Conduct
  • Maintain Professional Relationship with Treatment Participants and Personnel
  • Integrity
  • Adaptability
  • Documentation Skills
  • Analyzing Information
  • Research Skills
  • Time Management Skills

Additional Notes

  • Candidates who report a history of substance misuse, abuse, or addiction, or convicted of a misdemeanor or felony in the last 10 years must provide a written letter explaining the circumstances and the corrective actions taken since the reported event.
  • Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

Employee Accommodations

  • Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job-functions.

How to Apply

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Attn: Human Resources
Genesis Programs Inc.
1732 Palma Drive, #208
Ventura, CA 93003

Roles And Responsibilities

The Level II Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Counselor is a certified and considered an on call or part time employee of the Genesis Programs Inc.; with the primary responsibility of assisting the Level III SUD Counselor in the day to day operation and implement the organizations mission, vision, and values to the stakeholders, community, profession, and persons to whom we serve. The Level II SUD Counselor is also the acting mentor for Level I SUD Counselor and a part of the treatment team. To ensure Genesis’ efficiency, Additional Job Titles may be added to this job description listed below.

Supervisor

The Level II SUD Counselor reports directly to the Level III SUD Counselors or Clinical Director (in the Clinical Director’s absence they shall report to the Administrative Director).

Duties

General Customer Service

  • Screen for eligibility and provide clear documentation on Inquiries in accordance with Genesis standards
  • Provide referrals or other community resource for inquiries

Delivery of Treatment

  • Ensure patient scheduling for initial clinical assessment (EBSA), well-checks, pre-mid, pre-exit and conjoined sessions.
  • Administer initial clinical assessment (EBSA), well-check, pre-mid, and pre-exit appointments
  • Provide referrals or other community resource for current patients
  • Screen for, and utilize other assessment tools, and when appropriate refer out
  • Administer Conjoined Sessions
  • Facilitate/Co-facilitate education and process group for IOP and PHP levels of care
  • Facilitate/Co-facilitate education and process group for Family Night
  • Ensure group guidelines are reviewed when new patients arrive
  • Ensure groups are starting on time, breaks are given on time and both are ending on time
  • Ensure groups are versatile and educational topics are appropriate for patient’s level of care and needs
  • Develop treatment plans patient centered along with patient input and assessments
  • Documentation is completed in accordance with the organizations standards
  • Create treatment goals clearly, distinctly define the problems, objectives must be measurable, and interventions are therapeutic (e.g. reality therapy, strategic family therapy, patient-centered therapy, CBT, DBT, etc.)
  • Administer intakes & orientations
  • Ensure Coordination of care has been initiated with patients outside providers

Crisis Interventions

  • Ensure critical incident reports are completed in accordance with the organizations P&P manual

Unit Maintenance

  • Ensure charts are Pre-built in correct order
  • Ensure charts are broken down with completed discharge summary in accordance to the organizations P&P manual
  • Ensure Family Night packets are built
  • Ensure Patient Survival Kits are built
  • Ensure the workstation is clean and properly stocked for the next shift

Patient Billing

  • Distribute billing statements
  • Collect patient payments and ensures information is securely placed in the office managers basket or (if in Thousand Oaks office) information has been entered correctly into the computer and filed in the administrative director’s office

Qualifications and Education Requirements

Skills and Abilities

  • Crisis Intervention skills
  • Cultural, Gender, Age, Lifestyle Sensitive
  • Must be proficient in the 12-Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous
  • Active Listening Techniques
  • Organized and Perceptive
  • Motivational Interviewing Skills
  • Negotiation Skills
  • Critical Thinking Skills
  • Dependable
  • Handles Stress Efficiently
  • Detail-Oriented
  • Takes Initiative
  • Working Knowledge of Office Equipment (e.g. computers, scanners, faxes, and phone lines)
  • Some Travel Required

Education and Certification

  • Must be certified by one of the California State approved organizations and in good standings
  • Proficiency in MS Office (MS Excel and MS Outlook, in particular) and other office software packages

Key Competencies

  • Adhere to Patient Confidentiality Guidelines
  • Adhere to the Professional Code of Conduct
  • Maintain Professional Relationship with Patients and Personnel
  • Work Cooperatively as a Team Player
  • Excellent Communication Skills
  • Problem Analysis and Assessment
  • Problem Solving Skills
  • Good Decision Making
  • Proficient Time Management
  • Attention to Detail and High Level of Accuracy
  • Delegation of Authority and Responsibility
  • Information Gathering and Monitoring
  • Initiative
  • Integrity
  • Adaptability

Employee Accommodations

  • Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job-functions.

How to Apply

Email:

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Snail Mail:

Attn: Human Resources
Genesis Programs Inc.
1732 Palma Drive, #208
Ventura, CA 93003

Our facility is currently hiring associate marriage and family therapists to join our group counseling team. We are looking for someone who has a client-focused approach to the treatment of individuals, families, and couples. If you are skilled and experienced in helping the whole person to overcome serious problems and communicate better, this may be the right place for you. As a therapist in our center, you would be supporting a variety of clients on your caseload including individuals stepping down from treatment services for substance use disorders who will benefit from therapy services as they continue their healing process. Utilize your commitment to making life better for others and improving relationships with us.

Roles And Responsibilities

  • Meet with GPI licensed clinical supervisor 1x per week or as required by the Board of Behavioral Science for AMFT.
  • Diagnose and treat mental and emotional disorders, whether cognitive, affective, or behavioral, within the context of marriage and family systems.
  • Talk to clients about their problems and investigate their feelings about certain topics related to their relationships with their significant other or other family members.
  • Provide weekly counseling services to families and couples dealing with problems such as substance misuse, divorce, custody issues, abuse, mental illness, and financial problems.
  • Empower clients to discover their own methods of coping and help them develop strategies to deal with conflict on a day-to-day basis.
  • Manage clients on a caseload and develop appropriate treatment services for each individual situation.
  • Develop and implement individualized treatment plans addressing family relationship problems, destructive patterns of behavior, and other personal issues.
  • Collaborate with other professionals in the mental health industry, such as psychiatrists, counselors, and other persons/institutions of support staff to create the best treatment options for clients.
  • Assist clients with finding resources to help support their progress, such as referring them to housing services, financial assistance, and other benefits.
  • Educate other professionals in various industries for company professional development days to help employees manage stress in life.

Delivery of Treatment

  • Provide ongoing therapy services for treatment participants who are stepping down from Genesis substance use disorder intensive outpatient services.
  • Provide ongoing therapy services to persons of support as their loved one transitions into outpatient services.
  • Facilitate group therapy, family group therapy, and couples group therapy.
  • Provide outpatient therapy services for those with behavioral health conditions.
  • Collect information about clients, using techniques such as testing, interviewing, discussion, and observation.
  • Ensure persons rights including confidentiality, consent to treat, and GPI code of conduct.
  • Maintain case files that include activities, progress notes, evaluations, and recommendations.

Crisis Interventions

  • Assess severity and triage effectively.
  • Ensure critical incident reports are completed in accordance with the organization’s standards.

Qualifications and Education Requirements

Skills and Abilities

  • Establishing and Maintaining Interpersonal Relationships
  • Team Building Skills
  • Crisis Intervention skills
  • Trauma Informed
  • Cultural Sensitivity
  • Lifestyle Sensitivity
  • Active Listening Techniques
  • Organized and Perceptive
  • Motivational Interviewing Skills
  • Negotiation Skills
  • Critical Thinking Skills
  • Dependable
  • Handles Stress Efficiently
  • Detail-Oriented
  • Takes Initiative
  • Working Knowledge of EHR and general Office Equipment (e.g. computers, scanners, faxes, and phone lines)

Education and Certification

  • Master’s degree from accredited college or university in the field of marriage and family counseling and/or all academic preparation required for internship as defined by state licensing requirements for AMFT interns.
  • Must be currently working towards the fulfillment of intern hours under the supervision of appropriately licensed AMFT or psychologist licensed per the State of California’s requirements for supervision of AMFT interns.
  • Supervising professionals outside of the organization must be willing to enroll as a provider for all required insurance companies.
  • Must be proficient in MS Office (MS Excel and MS Outlook, in particular) and other office software packages.

Key Competencies

  • Adhere to Persons Served Confidentiality Guidelines
  • Adhere to the Professional Code of Conduct
  • Maintain Professional Relationship with Treatment Participants and Personnel
  • Work Cooperatively as a Team Player
  • Integrity
  • Adaptability

Additional Notes

  • Associate marriage and family therapist who reports a history of substance misuse, abuse, or addiction, or convicted of a misdemeanor or felony in the last 10 years must provide a written letter explaining the circumstances and the corrective actions taken since the reported event.
  • Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

Employee Accommodations

  • Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job-functions.

How to Apply

Email:

Click to Send Email

Snail Mail:

Attn: Human Resources
Genesis Programs Inc.
1732 Palma Drive, #208
Ventura, CA 93003

Our facility is currently hiring licensed marriage and family therapist to join our group counseling team. We are looking for someone who has a client-focused approach to the treatment of individuals, families, and couples. If you are skilled and experienced in helping the whole person to overcome serious problems and communicate better, this may be the right place for you. As a therapist in our center, you would be supporting a variety of clients on your caseload including individuals stepping down from treatment services for substance use disorders who will benefit from therapy services as they continue their healing process. Utilize your commitment to making life better for others and improving relationships with us.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Diagnose and treat mental and emotional disorders, whether cognitive, affective, or behavioral, within the context of marriage and family systems.
  • Talk to clients about their problems and investigate their feelings about certain topics related to their relationships with their significant other or other family members.
  • Provide weekly counseling services to families and couples dealing with problems such as substance misuse, divorce, custody issues, abuse, mental illness, and financial problems.
  • Empower clients to discover their own methods of coping and help them develop strategies to deal with conflict on a day-to-day basis.
  • Manage clients on a caseload and develop appropriate treatment services for each individual situation.
  • Develop and implement individualized treatment plans addressing family relationship problems, destructive patterns of behavior, and other personal issues.
  • Collaborate with other professionals in the mental health industry, such as psychiatrists, counselors, and other persons/institutions of support staff to create the best treatment options for clients.
  • Assist clients with finding resources to help support their progress, such as referring them to housing services, financial assistance, and other benefits.
  • Provide educational lectures to support industry and professional growth.

DELIVERY OF TREATMENT

  • Provide ongoing therapy services for treatment participants who are stepping down from Genesis substance use disorder intensive outpatient services.
  • Provide ongoing therapy services to persons of support as their loved one transitions into outpatient services.
  • Facilitate group therapy, family group therapy, and couples group therapy.
  • Provide outpatient therapy services for those with behavioral health conditions.
  • Collect information about clients, using techniques such as testing, interviewing, discussion, and observation.
  • Ensure persons rights including confidentiality, consent to treat, and GPI code of conduct.
  • Maintain case files that include activities, progress notes, evaluations, and recommendations.

CRISIS INTERVENTIONS

  • Assess severity and triage management for crisis situations.
  • Ensure critical incident reports are completed in accordance with the organization’s standards.
  • QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
  • SKILLS AND ABILITIES
  • Establishing and Maintaining Interpersonal Relationships
  • Team Building Skills
  • Crisis Intervention skills
  • Trauma Informed
  • Cultural Sensitivity
  • Lifestyle Sensitivity
  • Active Listening Techniques
  • Organized and Perceptive
  • Motivational Interviewing Skills
  • Negotiation Skills
  • Critical Thinking Skills
  • Dependable
  • Handles Stress Efficiently
  • Detail-Oriented
  • Takes Initiative
  • Working Knowledge of EHR and general Office Equipment (e.g. computers, scanners, faxes, and phone lines)

EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATION

  • Must have a master’s degree in marriage and family therapy or related mental health field.
  • Must be licensed through California Board of Behavioral Sciences.
  • Must have a minimum of 1 years’ experience provided clinical services to those with substance use disorder.
  • Must be proficient in MS Office (MS Excel and MS Outlook, in particular) and other office software packages.

KEY COMPETENCIES

  • Adhere to Persons Served Confidentiality Guidelines
  • Adhere to the Professional Code of Conduct
  • Maintain Professional Relationship with Treatment Participants and Personnel
  • Work Cooperatively as a Team Player
  • Integrity
  • Adaptability

ADDITIONAL NOTES

  • Licensed Therapist who reports a history of substance misuse, abuse, or addiction, or convicted of a misdemeanor or felony in the last 10 years must provide a written letter explaining the circumstances and the corrective actions taken since the reported event.
  • Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

Employee Accommodations

  • Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job-functions.

How to Apply

Email:

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Snail Mail:

Attn: Human Resources
Genesis Programs Inc.
1732 Palma Drive, #208
Ventura, CA 93003

The Receptionist primary role is to serves visitors telephone inquiries by greeting, welcoming, and directing them appropriately. The receptionist is responsibility for maintaining security, telecommunication systems and distributing information within the office to ensure daily administrative and clerical operations run efficiently. As the first point of contact for prospects inquiring about or services the receptionist must have impeccable customer service. The receptionist will work collaboratively with the Operations manager to reinforce the organization’s purpose and ensure the delivery of GPI mission, vison, and values, and other job titles or duties may be added to this job description that are not listed below.

SUPERVISION

The Receptionist will report to the CEO/Program Director and be overseen by the Operations Manager.

DUTIES

CUSTOMER SERVICE

  • Welcome visitors by greeting them in person or answering the telephone.
  • Maintain security by following procedures, lock front door, monitor logbook, and issue visitor badges.
  • Provide basic and accurate information while screening inquiries.
  • Schedule appointments and transfer calls.
  • Confirm appointments for initial clinical assessment, pre-mid, pre-exit, and conjoined sessions, etc.
  • Maintain scheduling calendar to ensure daily appointments run smoothly.

ADMINISTRATION RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Manage and distribute information within the office.
  • Data entry to maintain participants Electronic Health Records (EHR).
  • Coordinate office activities including clinical staff meeting.
  • Maintain, generate, and run survey reports.
  • Maintain office inventory, ordering of supplies, and ensure the overall appearance is clean and free from any debris or possible risks for injury.
  • Upload all participants initial assessment and other documents into their document manager.
  • Maintain office and drug testing supplies
  • Maintain correct inventory records on all office drug testing supplies.
  • Take minutes during clinical staff meeting.
  • Maintain front office appearance and workspace.
  • Maintain budget for office and drug testing supplies

QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Excellent Customer Service Skills
  • Solid Written and Verbal Communications Skills
  • Strong Telephone etiquette
  • Strong Listing Skills
  • Professionalism
  • Customer Focus
  • Organization Skills and Time Management
  • Quality Assurance Reporting skills
  • Stress Management Skills
  • Filing / paper management skills
  • Writing, Grammar, and Math Skills

EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATION

  • Minimum of a High School Diploma is required; associate’s or bachelor’s degree in related field is preferred
  • Prior experience as a receptionist or office management; in a clinical setting or related field is preferred
  • Working knowledge of office equipment, such as computers, scanners, faxes, and phone lines
  • Proficiency in MS Office (MS Excel and MS Outlook, in particular) and other office software packages

KEY COMPETENCIES CHARACTERISTICS

  • Self-Motivated
  • Multitasking Skills
  • Experience with Clerical Procedures in a fast pace office setting
  • Problem Solving Skills
  • Attention to Detail and High Level of Accuracy
  • Information Gathering and Monitoring
  • Initiative
  • Integrity
  • Adaptability
  • Teamwork and Collaboration

ADDITIONAL NOTES

  • Recipients who report a history of substance misuse, abuse, or addiction, or convicted of a misdemeanor or felony in the last 10 years must provide a written letter explaining the circumstances and the corrective actions taken since the reported event.
  • Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

Employee Accommodations

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job-functions.

How to Apply

Email:

Click to Send Email

Snail Mail:

Attn: Human Resources
Genesis Programs Inc.
1732 Palma Drive, #208
Ventura, CA 93003

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Genesis Programs, Inc. is CARF accredited and certified through the Department of Healthcare Services (DHCS) as outpatient providers for substance Use Disorder rehabilitation treatment services.