Careers with CETPA

Thank you for your interest in working with CETPA.

CETPA is a Drug Free Workplace (Pre-Employment Drug Screen Required)

CETPA, Inc. Is Georgia’s only Latino behavioral health agency licensed by the State and nationally accredited by CARF to provide integrated outpatient mental health and substance abuse services in English and Spanish. CETPA, Inc. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing affordable, linguistically and culturally appropriate substance abuse and mental health treatment and prevention services to the Latino community in Georgia.

Below you can find our latest job openings. For questions or to apply for any position please contact us at careers@cetpa.org

Bilingual Counselor

Preferred Play Therapy Counselor

CETPA is currently recruiting a Bilingual Clinicians (English-Spanish) for immediate full time opening in Norcross, Georgia.

Competitive salary with language incentive pay and generous benefit package available based on type of license and work experience.

A. REQUIREMENTS

  • Master ’s degree in counseling or related field;
  • Licensed in the state of Georgia preferred (LPC, LCSW, LAPC, LMSW, LMFT) and/or working toward licensing;
  • Six months of supervised clinical service delivery and knowledge of addiction and mental health.
  • Six months of supervised practicum/internship in the addiction/mental health field.
  • Submission to a fingerprint criminal background check whose results allow employment with the organization.
  • Must provide documentations of ability to work in the United States (CETPA participates in the E-verify program for all employees).
  • Submission to a pre-employment drug screen and TB screening
  • Must pass a drug test.
  • Must understand and be willing to adhere to all team policies, procedures, and processes included in the online team Handbook and the patient’s right handbook.

B. SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES

  • Serves as Primary Counselor for assigned clients.
  • At a best practice, approximately 70% of time is dedicated to billable, direct services. These include: assessments, individual psychotherapy, group therapy, family therapy, case management, medication management and psychological evaluation as appropriate.
  • Completes pre-admission Behavioral Health Assessment and all-inclusive documentation (Initial Treatment Plan, Brief Criteria, Order for Services, CAFAS/LOCUS, CANSA/ANSA, DLA 2.0 etc.) for clients to determine appropriateness for treatment at CETPA and when necessary complete a Risk Assessment and Safety Plan.
  • Meets individually with assigned clients to provide individual treatment planning/development according to CETPA’s policies and procedures. Counselor will complete “Order for Services” to request ongoing authorizations on the day the treatment plan is developed.
  • Will obtain client or parent/guardian’s signature for all treatment plans.
  • Provide Individual, Family and Group Counseling for CETPA ongoing clients.
  • Responsible that all clients seen have an authorization for treatment prior to service –ie: MICP for DBH clients, units authorized for Wellcare, Amerigroup, and Cenpatico clients.
  • Additionally, clinician will complete “Order for Services” to request further authorizations. All clinical documentation (progress notes, bio psychosocial assessments, treatment plans, discharge summary, transfer summary and any other required by licensure or
    accreditation standards) will adhere to the DBHDD Documentation Guidelines.
  • Document services on client electronic record after each direct client contact as dictated by CETPA’s policies and procedures.
  • All clinical documentation (progress notes, bio-psychosocial assessments, treatment
    plans, discharge summary, etc.) will be completed within 24 hours.
  • In the absence of an assigned Recovery Support Staff (RSS), counselor willcommunicate with referral sources on admission and thereafter, as required by the referral source or dictated by CETPA’s policies and procedures.
  • In the absence of the Intake Counselor, counselor will contact family members, if allowed by client, and orients them to family participation.
  • Develops with client an After Care Plan at least one week prior to completion of treatment.
  • Responsible for completing a Discharge Summary, LOCUS/CAFAS, CANSA/ANSA, DLA2.0 and any other required discharge documentation for all clients within thirty (30) working days of a planned discharge from services; Seven (7) days for Substance Abuse clients.
  • Attends and participates in all clinical staff meetings, administrative meetings and in service trainings.
  • Will participate in individual supervision as defined by your Supervisor.
  • CETPA clinical staff is required to achieve 30 hours of continuing education annually. These can be achieved through internal (in-service) or external training. Counselor is responsible for maintaining such hours for license/certification and for submitting documentation of them to Human Resources on a monthly basis.
  • Responsible for obtaining the required supervision for attaining/maintaining license/certification and submitting documentation of them to Human Resources on a monthly basis.
  • Collaborates with others to accomplish work related activities.
  • Abides by all rules of confidentiality and the Code of Ethics prescribed by CETPA.

If you meet these qualifications, and those of the Job Description above, please send your resume to careers@cetpa.org on the “Subject Line”, please write. On the “Subject Line”, please write Counselor

CETPA RSS

Recovery Support Staff

CETPA, Inc.  is currently  recruiting full  time bilingual/bi-cultural Recovery Support Staff.

Competitive salary with language incentive pay and generous benefit package available  based  on work experience.

REQUIREMENTS

  1. Must be able to write, read, speak and comprehend English and Spanish.
  2. Must work well under  pressure and act as problem solver and team
  3. Must be computer literate on Microsoft Office, Excel, Access and Windows applications. Must have excellent human relations skills, having dealt with a variety of customers and employees
  4. Submission to a fingerprint criminal background check whose results allow employment with the organization.
  5. Submission to a pre-employment drug screen and TB screening
  6. If claims to be recovering from chemical dependency – must have at least five years of sobriety/clean time.
  7. Must understand and be willing to adhere to all team member policies, procedures, and processes included in the Team Handbook  and  the Patient’s  Right Handbook.
  8. Must have  full  insurance coverage on the vehicle used to work.

Education, Licensing  and Supervision

Bachelor’s degree in counseling or related field; and/or in social services experience; Medicaid billing  and service delivery  preferred.

Specific Duties

  1. Consists of rehabilitative, and  community support  and resources coordination considered essential to assist the child and family in gaining  access to necessary services and in creating environments that provide recovery and support the emotional and functional growth and development  of  the
  2. Following and assisting clients with the implementation of targeted interventions that promote recovery.
  3. Service and resource coordination to assist the consumer and family in gaining access to necessary rehabilitative,  medical, social, and  other services and supports.
  4. Assistance with developing skills for youth  to self-recognize emotional  triggers and self-manage behavior  related  to the child’s  emotional disturbance.
  5. Safe transportation of clients will be indicated when transportation protocol is followed. (RSS will have full  insurance coverage on  the vehicle used for work)
  6. Documentation must be completed in a timely manner and in compliance with DHR guidelines by using the G (Goal), I (Intervention), R (Response), and P (Plan). Notes  will be reviewed  consistently by  the Treatment Coordinator.
  7. Strength Based interventions should be thoughtful, creative and directly related to the consumer’s individual target behavior  and related back to their  treatment
  8. Family members are actively contacted and encouraged to provide input into the rewards and /or  consequences provided  to their youths.
  9. Provide scheduled face to face with client at  least once a month in the community.
  10. Maintain a positive attitude toward all clients and  their
  11. Facilitate two (2) skills training groups a week; Parent group and Seven Challenges; meet minimum standards of productivity as established by the COO and Clinical Director.

If you meet these qualifications, and those of the Job Description above, please send your resume to careers@cetpa.org on the “Subject Line”, please write: RECOVERY SUPPORT STAFF – BILINGUAL. Thank you and good luck!

Support staff team member

CETPA, Inc. is currently recruiting full time bilingual/bi-cultural Support Staff. Competitive salary with language incentive pay and generous benefit package available based on work experience.

A. REQUIREMENTS

 Must be able to write, read, and speak English and Spanish.
 Must have high school diploma or equivalent GED.
 Multi-tasking, Telephone skills, Time management, Organization, Attention to detail, scheduling.
 Must work well under pressure and act as problem solver and team player.
 Must be computer literate on Microsoft office suite and Windows applications.
 Must have excellent human relations skills.
 Must have a valid GA driver license and transportation.
 Flexible working hours/schedule
 Must be willing to go the extra mile to complete tasks.
 Self-motivator and willingness to assist others.

B. SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES

 Make initial contact with clients, schedule appointments.
 System registrar: Data entry of clients, billing/Medicaid information, Upload pertinent client documents into system.
 Schedule appointments with needed staff members.
 Produce Monthly/weekly data reports.
 Participate in staff weekly/monthly meetings.
 Fax, scan medical/billing documentation.
 Maintain a clean and orderly office environment.
 Order office supplies when needed.
 Able to multitask by assisting clinicians in scheduling appointments.
 Producing medical records.
 Handling cash/debit cards & inputting information into Quick books.
 Handle client calls, scheduling any missed appointments.
 Maintain updated CPR/First aid training.

 

If you meet these qualifications, and those of the Job Description above, please send your resume to careers@cetpa.org on the “Subject Line”, please write. On the “Subject Line”, please write Support Staff

Clubhouse Assistant

The Clubhouse Assistance works with Clubhouse members in order to help them to learn to make right decisions.

 

Function

The Clubhouse Assistance will operate as a support of the Clubhouse Director and Case Manager.

 

Duties

 

  • The Clubhouse Assistance It is responsible for transporting children from school and/or home to the clubhouse and return them to home at the end of the day.
  • The Clubhouse Assistance as part of the CETPA Clubhouse Staff team work with the manager and Case Manger to help the clubhouse members and their families.
  • The Clubhouse Assistance works with the adolescent, their family and counselors in identifying individual needs for each child, assisting with conflict resolution and creating action plans to assist family and child with the completion of established goals.
  • The Clubhouse Assistance should participate in field trips at least two Saturdays a month.
  • The Clubhouse Assistance empowers and encourages kids to make use of all identified resources at the Clubhouse.
  • The Clubhouse Assistance attends all training opportunities as provided.
  • The Clubhouse Assistance motivate youth to stay in school and overcome drug problem.

Work Experience

  • The Clubhouse Assistance should have prior experience with youth people.
  • It is preferred that The Clubhouse Assistance have an associate’s or bachelor’s degree in– but not required.

 

 

Qualifications/Skills

The Clubhouse Assistance must be patient and flexible.

The Clubhouse Assistance must have the ability to listen without judgment.

The Clubhouse Assistance must be a person who is willing to deal with the variety of issues that face a member. It is a great thing to offer a kind smile and a listening ear to someone in need.

Fluent English and Spanish are preferred.