LCAS Needed

We are seeking compassionate and positive Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist (LCAS) to provide therapeutic support for clients attending our SAIOP (Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient) program with mental health, behavioral health and substance abuse issues.

As a Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist with RHA, you will coordinate and monitor the array of services and supports identified in each service user’s person-centered plan. These interventions are strength-based and focus on the promotion of recovery, symptom reduction, increased coping skills and the achievement of the highest level of social functioning. As an LCAS you will coordinate closely with the interdisciplinary team to best help service users. Positions available in both Marion and Burnsville North Carolina.


Posted on: April 8, 2015

Clinical/Program Director

Montford Hall is a new 28-bed non-profit residential extended care substance abuse treatment center for adolescent boys located in Asheville, NC.

Our mission is to help adolescent boys lead fulfilling lives free from the harmful effects of drugs and alcohol.

About the position:

The clinical/program director will:
• With support from the ED, create, develop, and implement the clinical treatment program.
• With support from the ED, develop a framework for the extracurricular program (recreational and service).
• Assess, plan, and implement treatment for a caseload of up to 8 clients.
• Provide individual, group, and family therapy.
• Supervise the clinical and paraprofessional staff.
• Interface with other treatment providers and parents.
• Collaborate with academic program staff.
• Plan and implement programming for parents’ weekends.
• Ensure maintenance of a coherent clinical/therapeutic/organizational vision.
• Assist in the implementation and execution of clinical outcome tracking program.
• Represent the organization at conferences.

You must have:
• Appropriate degree and NC license (or be license eligible).
• A minimum of 5 years experience (personal and professional) using the 12-steps of NA/AA.
• A minimum of 5 years experience in adolescent substance abuse treatment.

You should also have:
• An entrepreneurial spirit.
• The ability to think creatively about clinical and organizational challenges.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

Pay dependent on experience

For more information on Montford Hall please visit

Please submit letter of interest and CV to Alex Kirby at

Posted on: February 12, 2015

Certified Substance Abuse Counselor (CSAC) – Camp Lejeune, NC

MedTrust is now hiring 2 CSACs (non-provisional only) to provide counseling to the Navy & Marines!

You must be:

  • Experienced with Men & Women in Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Programs
  • Able to pass a Government Background Investigation
  • Willing to work 8 hour shift, M-F between 0600-1800

Competitive salary, benefits and VERY generous PTO!

Send resume for review of qualifications to:

Or call Monique for more details: 866-344-0527

Visit us at:

Posted on: February 10, 2015

LCAS for Substance Abuse Program

Carolina Outreach, LLC – Fayetteville, NC
Substance Abuse Therapist – Carolina Outreach, LLC

Carolina Outreach, provider of comprehensive behavioral health and substance abuse treatment, is seeking a full-time LCAS for their Fayetteville outpatient clinic. Carolina Outreach is a progressive, expanding organization which has a reputation as one of the premier outpatient substance abuse providers in North Carolina. We are a CABA facility, fully accredited by CARF, offering quality care to the Cumberland County community.

The LCAS will be responsible for individual and group counseling; developing psychosocial history, assessments, treatment plans, and referral; documenting treatment progress, orientation, discharge, and related records; presenting didactic materials. This individual will also be responsible for supervising the Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Program on an ongoing basis and coordination with team lead and clinical supervisor. This person will be required to begin the process for CCS credentialing.
Minimal Education: Masters in human service related field.
Preferred Credentials: Dually licensed LCSW & LCAS
Required Credentials: LCAS
Email Resume to:

Posted on: January 28, 2015

US Probation Office

Vacancy Announcement No: 14-12P
Revised 1/12/15

Location: To Be Determined

Within the Eastern District of North Carolina to include:
Raleigh, Greenville, Wilmington, Fayetteville, New Bern and Jacksonville

More than one position may be filled by this vacancy announcement.

Salary Grade/Range: CL 25 ($40,317 – $66,532)*
Promotional Potential: CL 28 ($56,137 – $94,058)
*Depending upon experience and qualifications
Opening Date: September 26, 2014 Closing Date: Open Until Filled**
**First/Initial Cut-off Date: October 10, 2014

Description of Vacancy:
The U.S. Probation Office of the Eastern District of North Carolina is seeking qualified applicants for a full-time probation officer position. This position will supervise defendants/offenders, conduct investigations, and provide recommendations to the court.

Representative Duties:
Investigative Duties: The incumbent conducts investigations and prepares reports for the court with recommendations for sentencing of individuals convicted of federal offenses. The preparation of these reports requires interviewing offenders and their families, investigating the offense, prior record and financial status of the offender, and contacting law enforcement agencies, attorneys, victims of the crimes, schools, churches, and civic organizations. An integral part of this process is the interpretation and application of the U.S. Sentencing Commission Guidelines and relevant case law. The incumbent testifies in court as to guideline applications, serves as a resource to the court to facilitate proper imposition of sentence, and performs other duties as assigned.
Supervision Duties: The incumbent supervises defendants/offenders to maximize adherence to imposed conditions, reduce risk to the community and provide correctional treatment. This is accomplished through personal contact with defendants/offenders in office and community settings. Offenders’ employment, sources of income, lifestyle and associates are investigated to assess risk and measure compliance. Written reports of detected violations are prepared with appropriate court testimony and disposition recommendations.

1. To qualify at the CL 25 level: A four-year degree from an accredited college or university in a field of academic study such as criminal justice, criminology, psychology, human relations, social work, accounting, education, business or public administration and one year of specialized, progressively responsible experience gained after the completion of a bachelor’s degree, in criminal or financial investigations, report writing, probation, pretrial services, human services, parole, corrections, counseling, or work in substance abuse/addiction treatment. Experience as a police, custodial, or security officer, other than any criminal investigative experience, does not qualify as specialized experience.
Educational Substitutions: Completion of the requirements for a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and one of the following requirements may be substituted for one year of specialized experience: 1) An overall “B” grade point average equaling 2.90 or better; 2) Standing in the upper 1/3 of class; 3) A “B+” (3.5) average or better in the major field of study; or 4) Election to membership in Phi Beta Kappa or other acceptable national honor society. Completion of academic year of graduate work (30 semester or 45 quarter hours) in a field of study closely related to the position equates to one year of specialized experience.

2. Excellent written and oral communication skills, proofing and grammatical skills.

3. Excellent computer skills, in particular, word processing.

4. Ability to exercise initiative in handling assignments; perform thorough investigations; analyze and evaluate varied information from multiple sources and form conclusions; and write clear, concise, grammatically correct reports while meeting strict deadlines.

5. Must possess unquestioned integrity, maturity in judgment, and trust.

6. Have a demonstrated ability to meet people, inspire confidence, and secure cooperation and teamwork.

7. Applicants must be U.S. citizens and must also meet age and physical standards established under the Federal Employees Retirement System and its provisions for law enforcement personnel.

Physical Requirements and Maximum Entry Age:
1. The duties of probation officers require the investigation and management of convicted criminal offenders who present physical danger to officers and the public. In the supervision, treatment, and control of these offenders, these duties require moderate to arduous physical exercise, including prolonged periods of walking and standing, physical dexterity and coordination necessary to operate a firearm, and use of self-defense tactics. On a daily basis, officers face unusual mental and physical stress because they are subject to danger and possible harm during frequent, direct contact with individuals who are convicted of federal crimes.
2. Because officers must effectively deal with physical attacks and are subject to moderate and arduous physical exertion, applicants must be physically capable. Officers must possess, with or without corrective lenses, good distance vision in at least one eye and the ability to read normal size print. Normal hearing ability, with or without a hearing aid, is also required.
First time appointees to positions covered under law enforcement officer requirement provisions must not have reached their 37th birthday at the time of appointment. Applicants 37 or over who have previous law enforcement experience under the Civil Service Retirement System or the Federal Employees’ Retirement System and who have either a subsequent break in service or intervening service in a non-law enforcement officer position may have their previous law enforcement officer experience subtracted from their age to determine whether they meet the maximum age requirement.

Conditions of Employment:
Applicants must be United States citizens or lawful permanent residents actively seeking citizenship. Prior to appointment, the selectee considered for this position will undergo an extensive Office of Personnel Management (OPM) background investigation, medical examination, and drug screening. Upon successful completion of the background investigation, medical examination, and drug screening, the selectee may then be appointed provisionally, pending a favorable suitability determination by the court. In addition, as a condition of employment, incumbent will be subject to ongoing random drug screening, updated background investigations every five years and, as deemed necessary by management for reasonable cause, may be subject to subsequent fitness-for-duty evaluations and drug screening. If a provisional hire is authorized, continued employment will be contingent upon successful completion of the OPM investigation. The person selected for this position will also be required to submit fingerprints for an FBI background check.

Salary and Benefits:
The appointment will be made at a salary grade of CL 25 with promotional potential to the CL 28 as indicated. If a selected candidate is transferring from another district, he/she may be appointed up to the CL 28, depending upon experience and qualifications.
Judicial Branch employees are considered “at will” employees and are not subject to the employment regulations of competitive service. However, judiciary employees are entitled to benefits similar to those of other government employees including: paid annual and sick leave, ten paid holidays per year, health and life insurance, a flexible benefits program, a portable retirement plan with matching contributions, flexible work schedule, and a professional environment. Salary will be based on experience and qualifications. Electronic Fund Transfer (EFT) for payroll deposit is required.

Application Procedures:
All interested persons should submit a single PDF version of the application package which is to include the following documents: a cover letter, resume, the official AO 78 Application Form, the supplemental data form, the required essay, a copy of the last two performance evaluations, and a certified copy of transcripts for a bachelor’s degree and any advanced degree. Forms and additional information are available via the Internet at: Preference will be given to application packages that are received by the first/interim cutoff date.

Application packages should be emailed to:
Travel and relocation expenses will not be reimbursed. More than one position may be filled by this vacancy announcement. This agency provides reasonable accommodations to applicants with disabilities. All employees are required to adhere to the “Code of Conduct for Judicial Employees” which is available for review upon request. The court reserves the right to modify the conditions of this job announcement, to withdraw the job announcement, or to fill the position at any time before the closing date (if a closing date is noted), any of which actions may occur without any prior written or other notice. Due to the volume of applications received, only candidates in consideration for this position will be contacted.


Posted on: January 28, 2015

Part-time LCAS

Sigma Health Services seeks a part-time Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist (LCAS) to conduct SA/MH Clinical assessments and OPT services. Must have strong Clinical skills in co-occurring MH/SA population in a structured treatment setting. DWI Program Management, ShareNote experience and proficiency in Microsoft Word a plus.

Must have verifiable post degree experience with the population served, be client focused, and have a strong work-ethic. Criminal clearance required. Interested and qualified candidates respond to by submitting your resume and cover letter along with salary requirements. No phone calls please!

Posted on: January 12, 2015

Clinical Case Manager

North Carolina Pharmacist Recovery Network
Clinical Case Manager – Job Description
Location:  Apex, NC

SUMMARY:  The Clinical Case Manager is a professional position that is responsible for the clinical monitoring and management of a caseload of pharmacy professionals to include pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and pharmacy students.


1. Interacting with all clients, treatment providers, pharmacy professionals, co-workers, and the general public in a professional and respectful manner (via phone, mail, email, and in-person).  All pertinent information is to be documented appropriately.

2. Clinical monitoring of client compliance to include:  UDS reports, monthly and quarterly client self-reports, therapist reports, etc.  Position is responsible for development of monthly report, and maintaining client database.

3.Planning for and carrying out advocacy for clients as appropriate to the North Carolina Board of Pharmacy, the Judicial System, employers, etc.

4. Practicing under the ethical standards set forth by the North Carolina Substance Abuse Professional Practice Board, as well as other applicable professional licensing boards (SW, LPC, etc.)

5. Assisting with the coordination of UDS testing with contracted agency.

6. Assessing for clinical appropriateness via intake procedure.

7. Attending, and assisting with quarterly client meetings, and regional meetings throughout the state. (Note:  this position requires overnight travel of 1-2 nights periodically throughout the year)

8. Presenting on Substance-Related and Addictive Disorders, and the NCPRN program at conferences, schools of pharmacy, etc. on an as-needed basis.

9.All other duties as requested by the Executive Director.


The most qualified candidates will possess at minimum a Master’s Degree in a human services field, as well as an unrestricted license in one of the following disciplines (Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist, Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, etc.)  Candidate must have a valid driver’s license.

Experience working with Substance-Related and Addictive Disorders is mandatory.

This candidate will also have good problem-solving and analytical abilities, as well as be proficient in verbal and written communication (including computer skills:  Word, Excel, etc.)

Please submit resume to:

Ms. Valanda Nelson, Executive Director
Office: 919-267-6076
Fax:  919-267-9074

Posted on: January 6, 2015

Monarch – LCAS, CSAC for ACTT Team

Monarch is recruiting for an LCAS or CSAC professional in the Gastonia & Shelby, NC area to support individuals in the community on an Assertive Community Treatment Team. ACTT provides a comprehensive individual treatment program for adults with MH/SA disabilities. Provide support services, write plans, coordinate services, facilitate access to community resources, developing goals, documentation, career assistance, & travel within communities served.

Must meet QP requirements based on state guidelines. Requires BA/BS degree, 2-4 years of post degree Adult SA experience. LCAS, LCAS-A, or CSAC licensure required. Competitive salary, training, health & dental coverage, life insurance, paid time off, 401K, mileage reimbursement, etc.

Please apply on-line at

Posted on: December 5, 2014

LCAS and CSAC Needed

Our agency, Positive Generation In Christ, Inc is seeking a (LCAS) and a (CSAC) to provide supervision for our SACOT and SAIOP classes, and a (DWI) counselor to do DWI assessments. Please mail resume to:

PO Box 1634
Tarboro, NC 27886


Posted on: December 2, 2014

Licensed Counselors Needed

Full Life Counseling seeks dually-licensed counselors (LCAS and LPC or LCSW) for private practice specializing in addiction & recovery services in Winston-Salem and Cary. For more information about these opportunities and to learn about Full Life Counseling, please explore the Careers page on our website, Those with experience serving adolescents, young adults and/or impaired professionals are especially encouraged to apply.

Posted on: October 13, 2014