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SUD CASE MANAGER in Los Angeles, CA at Penny Lane Centers

Date Posted: 5/10/2018

Job Snapshot

Job Description

We are seeking individuals to join our team who have high standards and a desire to positively impact the lives of others. 

Summary: 

The SUD Case Manager is responsible for assisting and advocating for clients and their families who need access and linkage to resources in the community. These services include but are not limited to linkage to mental health services, medical care, educational services, pre-vocational services, vocational services, rehabilitative services, 12-step meetings and other community services. The SUD Case Manager also assists clients to reach their goals by providing rehabilitative, collateral and consultation services.

The SUD Case Manager is an energetic self-starter who is able to function comfortably in a team environment or independently and relates well to co-workers and County representatives. This position requires flexibility and the ability to manage time and multiple tasks.  The individual in this position must be able to assume a wide range of responsibilities, provide timely responses to requests and deadlines and works well under pressure.


Position Location: North Hills, CA


Salary Range: $18.67 up to $21.15 per hour

Job Requirements

  • Certified or Registered as a substance use disorder counselor/AOD counselor with one of the California DHCS approved certifying organizations with the intent of receiving certification within five (5) years to become certified preferred.
  • Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree (BA) in psychology, social work, or related field, together with at least six (6) months of experience working with adults and/or adolescents in an SUD or co-occurring mental health treatment program.
  • OR a Bachelor’s degree (BA) in non-related field, together with at least one (1) year of experience working with adults and/or adolescents in a SUD or co-occurring mental health treatment program.
  • OR high school diploma and two (2) years of experience working with adults and adolescents in a SUD or co-occurring mental health treatment program or working with children and families in an Intensive Services Program: Wraparound, IFCCS, FSP or ITFC.
  • Valid California driver’s license; current automobile insurance; have and maintain a clean driving record acceptable to the organization’s insurance company; have immediate access to his or her vehicle during work hours.