Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor (LCDC/CI)

Job Number: 18-440-5303

Education: Graduated from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's degree with a major specialization in Sociology, Psychology or related field is required. 

Description: Knowledge of the principles, methods, techniques, and practices of social work, and/or psychology; the functioning of social service or treatment facilities, and community resources, and an understanding of how to use them effectively.  Extensive knowledge of substance use disorders and working knowledge of treatment techniques that are effective with chemically dependent clients, especially those who have a history of abusing opiates; working knowledge of methadone/suboxone treatment.  Ability to work under conditions requiring physical stamina and emotional stability.  Ability to present ideas clearly and concisely in both written and oral communications, and to work productively with individuals and with professional and other groups within the community.  Extensive knowledge of the DSM-IV and ability to evaluate consumers on a quarterly basis. Working knowledge of infectious diseases such as Hepatitis, HIV, STD and other infectious diseases.  Ability to display cultural competency with clients and staff.

License:LPC-I, LMSW, LCDC, or LCDC-CI required. Current and valid Texas driver's license and a clean driving record required. 

Hours: Monday- Friday, 6:00am-3:00pm.

Salary: $17.86-$21.64 an hour based on education and experience. 

Integral Care strives to maintain a diverse workforce. We encourage all to apply, including those who have knowledge and/or experience working with underserved populations, including Asian and Pacific Islander, Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino, and LGBTQA communities.

For specific positions, additional compensation may be available to those who are bilingual in both English and one of the following languages:  Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean, or Burmese. (PM16)

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