Recovery Court Coordinator

Share via:

  • Full-Time
  • Neillsville, WI
  • This position has been filled
  • 7/13/22
  • Job Type Details: Full-time; salary w/benefits (Mon-Fri 8-4:30) $55,000 annually

The Recovery Court Coordinator is responsible for the coordination of the Clark County Recovery Court, including case management and supervision of treatment court participants. This includes assisting participants in navigating the criminal justice system and local treatment providers, holding the participants accountable, utilizing behavioral-change tools, and assisting them to reduce their likelihood of recidivism. Participants in a recovery court program experience substance abuse and/or co-occurring mental health disorders; they require services from an individual who is both empathetic and compassionate. The Coordinator should have knowledge of the criminal justice system and act as a neutral party between the participant, the District Attorney’s Office, and defense attorneys.

The Coordinator will track and manage program referrals; provide ongoing assessment, treatment planning, case management, and crisis intervention; set staffing and meeting agendas including the creation of reports for the recovery court team; apply and enforce recovery court policies and procedures; communicate regularly with participants, their employers, families, the courts, and treatment providers; refer to & have knowledge of available community resources; document and record all participant and program outcomes, case notes, and status updates; and other duties as assigned.

Competencies:

  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office (including Outlook, Word, and Excel)
  • Ability to communicate professionally & accurately, both orally and written
  • Organized, attentive to detail, ability to multi-task, work independently
  • Demonstrated ability to work well with individuals from diverse economic, racial, and ethnic backgrounds
  • Previous experience working with criminal justice-involved clients preferred

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice, Social Work, Psychology, or related Human Services field
  • Valid driver’s license and automobile with insurance
  • Pass a pre-employment background check
  • Ascribe to & champion The Difference Principles
Applying for this job? Let them know that you learned about it on Jobs That Help!

Share via:
Item added to cart.
0 items - $0.00