TRIBAL OPIOID RESPONSE PROJECT DIRECTOR at Bay Mills Indian Community. Tribal Opioid Response (TOR) Project Director is responsible for providing outreach and prevention services in the community. TOR Project Director will provide individual and group counseling as well as casework services to clients dealing with addictions. Target population will be working with adolescents and adults with mental illness and/or co-occurring disorders. Responsibilities may include assessing patients' safety, developing public awareness activities, providing transportation and coordinating training and/or cultural events. The TOR Project Director will assess mental status through interviews or observations, and then linking and coordinating to the appropriate services. They may also be required to provide crisis intervention services to patients who are a danger to themselves or others. The TOR Project Director will assist clients in supportive programs and other resources that may benefit and enhance their life in the community.
Requirements include: minimum of a Bachelors degree in one of the following areas: Social Work, Human Services, Substance Abuse, Sociology, Counseling or similar field. Must be certified or eligible for MCPBAP licensing within one year of hire. Prior experience working with substance abuse clients preferred. Must have a working knowledge of community resources, substance abuse assessment, treatment, recovery and mental health services. Must complete a full criminal, central registry and drivers license background clearance and pass a pre-employment drug screen.
We offer BENEFITS including a liberal leave policy, including your birthday off with pay, Employer/Employee paid Blue Cross\Blue Shield for the entire family, 401K contributions, Life Insurance Coverage including Short & Long Term Disability. Contact the Human Resources department to request a copy of the complete position description. Preference will be given to those individuals of Native American descent. CLOSING DATE: October 15, 2021 at 4:30pm.