Employment Opportunities

The quality and effectiveness of any health care service is dependent upon the employment of qualified and motivated individuals. Willamette Family is looking for enthusiastic team members to share in our mission to provide readily accessible, quality mental health and substance abuse services in an atmosphere that promotes compassion, respect and well being.


EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER:
Willamette Family Inc. prohibits discrimination on the basis of any characteristics protected by applicable local, state, federal laws and any agency policy including, but not limited to, discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, or sexual orientation.

DATE POSTED: JOB TITLE/POSTING
12/11/2018 Teacher at a Professional Childcare Center (Star 5 in QRIS)
12/03/2018 Cook
11/27/2018 Child Development Center Manager
11/27/2018 Teacher at a Professional Childcare Center (Star 5 in QRIS)
11/13/2018 Sub-Acute Detoxification Aide/Tech
11/13/2018 Substance Abuse Program Support Services Specialist
11/13/2018 Detox Counselor
11/09/2018 Substance Abuse Counselor (CENTENNIAL LOCATION)
11/09/2018 Substance Abuse Residential Counselor (Women’s Specific)
11/02/2018 Support Services Coordinator (HUB)
11/02/2018 Mental Health Skills Builder in Substance use Residential Treatment Program
10/29/2018 Substance Abuse Program Support Staff / Residential Technician
10/25/2018 Substance Abuse Program Support Services Specialist
10/11/2018 Mental Health Skills Builder in Substance use Residential Treatment Program
09/24/2018 Mental Health Therapist (QMHP)
08/08/2018 Assessment/ Entry & Enrollment Counselor
07/26/2018 Substance Abuse Outpatient Counselor
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JOB POSTINGS

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Position/Title: Teacher at a Professional Childcare Center (Star 5 in QRIS)
Location: Women’s Residential: 687 Cheshire Ave. Eugene, OR. 97402
job type: Full-Time
salary: Depending on Experience
supervisor: Anita Miller, Program Manager
open until: 12/21/18

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Flexibility in responding to changing needs and requirements
  • Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education or Related field
  • Minimum 1 or more years’ experience in certified center 
  • Current Pediatric CPR & First Aid certified and have a current Food Handler's Card.
  • Annual TB skin testing required
  • Currently enrolled in Child Care Division-Criminal History Registry and must renew every two years.
  • Occasional lifting up to 50 lbs.
  • Pre-employment drug screening
  • Maintain a minimum of 20 hours per year of ongoing training

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • Frequent significant decision and problem solving abilities.
  • Ability to work as a team member collaborating with staff, parents and community resources.
  • Ability to supervise and monitor children at all times to ensure a safe environment. This includes the physical ability to monitor and move quickly in order to respond to children who are very active
  • Ability to implement Developmentally appropriate practice in daily activities, and adapt to the individual needs of children
  • Respond to crisis or emergency situations that may occur. Provide first aid or CPR, prevent the spread of blood borne pathogens, and access emergency services as needed.
  • Experience should include the ability to adapt curriculum to meet the needs of all children including at risk, special needs, and culturally diverse populations.
  • Regular kneeling, stooping, bending, and sitting on the floor to attend to children's needs.
  • Extensive position description available at time of interview.

Please Submit Resume/Cover letter to: HumanResources@wfts.org

Qualified applicants will be invited for an interview.

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Position/Title: Cook
Location: Women’s Residential: 687 Cheshire Ave. Eugene, OR. 97402/
Men’s Residential: 1420 Green Acres Rd. Eugene, OR. 97408
job type: Full-Time/Part-time. Variable hours/days
salary: Depending on Experience
supervisor: Jolanda Bell -- Food Service Manager
open until: 12/17/18

POSITION SUMMARY:
Prepares and cooks family style meals for residents and employees of Willamette Family by performing the following duties.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • The successful individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. A basic knowledge of safe and proper use of kitchen equipment and strong adherence to health and safety standards required.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Cooks meals in quantities according to menu and number of persons to be served.
  • Follow the instructions and menus of the day
  • Must have Food Handler’s Card
  • General cleaning and sanitizing skills a must
  • Must Work well with other employees and clients
  • Other duties may include washing dishes, putting away freight and stocking freezers.
  • May direct activities of one or more workers/clients who assist in preparing and serving meals
  • Excellent work habits required
  • Other duties may be assigned by supervisor

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • Cooking and general housekeeping experience preferred, will train.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

  • Standing for extended periods of time, ability to lift up to 50 pounds infrequently and 10 to 20 frequently.  Job description involves bending stooping & twisting.

Please Submit Resume/Cover letter to: HumanResources@wfts.org

Qualified applicants will be invited for an interview.

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Position/Title: Child Development Center Manager
Location: Child Development Center, housed at Women’s Residential
job type: Full Time 40 hours per week Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
salary: Compensation based on experience with Fulltime benefit package
supervisor: Edith Baumgart Program Director
open until: 12/27/2018

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • For an individual recovering from the disease of addiction, continuous abstinence for at least the past two years and demonstration of as defined: ISSR 309-032-1520 (4).
  • Pass the Background check with the Oregon Childcare Division; and the Department of Human Services provider criminal background check –Maintain ongoing  enrollment
  • Knowledge of substance abuse treatment and recovery
  • Bachelor’s  Degree in Human Services* or related field preferred
  • Ability to meet the Step 10 on the Oregon Registry
  • Previous experience in related position related to program management and supervision of staff
  • Must be able to pass a pre-employment urinalysis screening

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Primary responsibility of supervising, monitoring and overseeing the daily operations of the Child Development Center to ensure child safety, promote a therapeutic environment that meets the developmental needs of the children and support the overall goals of the families.

  • Oversee the day to day operations of the Child Development Center in accordance with the Oregon Administrate Rules set by the Child Care Division  
    • Maintain the certification guidelines for annual certification and oversee the certification visit
  • Oversee the requirements and billing for processing Child Care Billing
    • Maintain the attendance records for children.
    • Prepare materials for audits conducted by Direct Pay and the State Child Care funds
  • Screening, hiring and oversite of program staff in accordance with the childcare division
    • Assist staff with setting professional goals, support them in accomplishing these goals
    • Complete annual staff evaluations 
    • Work with education coordinator to ensure monthly observations of staff are completed
  • Support the program coordinator with enrolling children, overseeing the weekly classroom schedule and other duties they are primarily responsible for
  • Maintain Mental Health First Aid certificate, be willing and able to respond to crisis as needed
  • Monitor the monthly budget to determine any unexpected costs
  • Oversee the purchase of program items, monitor the need for program improvements
  • Review and authorize purchase orders
  • Oversee the Child and Adult Food Program requirements for USDA
    • Monitor all correspondence and ensure compliance with annual renew
  • Oversee the spreadsheet for the training requirements of staff, monitor compliance with background checks
  • Monitor the immunizations of children enrolling in the program through the Oregon immunization data base
    • Complete the annual immunization report
  • Complete case record documentation per policy and within designated timelines
    • Oversee that program staff are maintaining their documentation
  • Work with mental health, treatment staff and the family services liaison to coordinate care and to integrate services to support and to achieve service plan goals
  • Communicate with Department of Human Services to maintain flow of childcare billings 
  • Attend the extended leadership team meetings and oversee the weekly staff meeting for CDC
  • Provide classroom coverage if necessary
  • Complete any tasks assigned by the Program Director

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Knowledge, skills and abilities demonstrating competence through experience or education in the following essential job functions:

  • Strong interpersonal and problem-solving skills
  • Good verbal and written skills; Strong group skills
  • Familiarity of, and ability to work with local community resources
  • Must be able to maintain client confidentiality in accordance with WF policy, HIPPA, and 42 CFRR Part 2
  • Frequent bending, lifting (up to 50lbs), squatting including sitting on the floor
  • Have an understanding of and maintain professional  standards and boundaries according the NAEYC code of ethical conduct
  • Strong leadership qualities as well ability to function as a member of a team to assist clients in successfully achieving their goals
  • Dependability and reliability, including attendance

Please submit your cover letter and resume to Humanresources@wfts.org

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Position/Title: Teacher at a Professional Childcare Center (Star 5 in QRIS)
Location: Women’s Residential: 687 Cheshire Ave. Eugene, OR. 97402
job type: Full Time
salary: Depending on experience
supervisor: Anita Miller, Program Manager
open until: 12/10/18

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Flexibility in responding to changing needs and requirements
  • Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education or Related field
  • Minimum 1 or more years’ experience in certified center 
  • Current Pediatric CPR & First Aid certified and have a current Food Handler's Card.
  • Annual TB skin testing required
  • Currently enrolled in Child Care Division-Criminal History Registry and must renew every two years.
  • Occasional lifting up to 50 lbs.
  • Pre-employment drug screening
  • Maintain a minimum of 20 hours per year of ongoing training

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • Frequent significant decision and problem solving abilities.
  • Ability to work as a team member collaborating with staff, parents and community resources.
  • Ability to supervise and monitor children at all times to ensure a safe environment. This includes the physical ability to monitor and move quickly in order to respond to children who are very active
  • Ability to implement Developmentally appropriate practice in daily activities, and adapt to the individual needs of children
  • Respond to crisis or emergency situations that may occur. Provide first aid or CPR, prevent the spread of blood borne pathogens, and access emergency services as needed.
  • Experience should include the ability to adapt curriculum to meet the needs of all children including at risk, special needs, and culturally diverse populations.
  • Regular kneeling, stooping, bending, and sitting on the floor to attend to children's needs.
  • Extensive position description available at time of interview.

Please Submit Resume/Cover letter to: HumanResources@wfts.org

Qualified applicants will be invited for an interview.

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Position/Title: Sub-Acute Detoxification Aide/Tech
Location: 605 W. 4th Ave. Eugene, OR. 97402
job type: Full Time Grave Yard
salary: DOE
supervisor: Marc Douthit
open until: 11-26-18

POSITION SUMMARY:
This position provides direct patient care for a medically monitored 24 hour 7 day a week 22 bed detoxification center and a non-medical sobering service. Has the support of the Director, Program Manager, Nursing Manager, and Nursing Care Provider on duty, the Sub-Acute Coordinator and Lead Aide. The facility operates 24/7.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • For individuals recovering from the disease of alcoholism and/or drug addiction, have maintained continuous sobriety under non-residential, independent living conditions for at least the
  • Possess training, knowledge and experience demonstrating competence in conduction sobering and detoxification services (Individuals may be provided on-the-job training to meet these requirements and may not exercise primary responsibility to provide client care until these qualifications are met)
  • Possess within six weeks of employment, and maintain a current First Aid and CPR certification.
  • Possess and maintain an Oregon Food Handlers Card within 6 weeks of employment.
  • Possess a firm knowledge of safe handling of blood borne pathogens.
  • Be a high school graduate or equivalent.
  • Possess knowledge of the alcohol and drug withdrawal process and procedures.
  • Possess knowledge of the disease concept of addictions.
  • Possess knowledge and information of 12-step groups and other community resources.
  • Possess basic communication, empathy, listening, and paperwork skills
  • Must have the physical ability to bend, stoop, twist, kneel, reach, squat, pull and lift heavy patients or objects, per established policy and procedures.
  • Must be able to climb stairs several times a day
  • Must be able to document interventions and responses to care. Do so in an accurate, legible, and intelligible manner.
  • Must adhere to agency's non-discrimination policies.
  • Ability to effectively interact with co-workers and patients with diverse ethnic backgrounds, religious views, political affiliation, cultural backgrounds, life-styles, and sexual orientations and treat each individual with respect and dignity

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • The primary responsibility of each staff member is to provide safety, respect and assure all patient rights are adhered to.
  • Maintain confidentiality of all patients and their records according to ISSR/OAR's, 42 CFR Part 2 & HIPAA.
  • Review shift log at the beginning of each shift.
  • Keeps and maintains shift log for each shift to include: notation of any incidents, admissions and discharges.
  • Assures that visitors have signed a Visitors Agreement
  • Checks all property brought in by visitors and patients to assure that contraband is not on the property at any time.
  • Assures that volunteers and community service workers as appropriate, complete household chores and maintain the Center in a clean and sanitary way.
  • Assist and be responsible to Nursing Care Provider and Sub-Acute Detoxification Technician on duty as needed and within aide responsibility guidelines.
  • Assist Nursing Care Provider and Sub-Acute Detoxification Technician in hourly monitoring and observation of all patients/guests.
  • Complete all assigned tasks included on the aide checklist for their shift.
  • Attends staff meetings, in-service training, supervision and any other ongoing education and training program as required by Program Director.
  • Keeps self-aware of all agency policy and procedures, and adheres to them.
  • Conducts self on and off the Center in a professional manner, being aware each staff member represents the agency in the community.
  • Possess understanding of the client/staff relationship policy.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Possess a basic understanding of the disease of addiction.
  • Application of knowledge in nutrition, sanitation, and personal hygiene.
  • Ability to follow oral and written directions and to apply techniques for specific needs.
  • Knowledge of community resources.
  • Knowledge of de-escalation methods or ability to be trained in de-escalation methods.
  • Physical ability to move and restrain patients in an emergency situation.
  • Sufficient manual dexterity and physical ability to perform assigned tasks.
  • Ability to successfully interact with a wide variety of people including the patients, the manager and co-workers.
  • Ability to work in an environment where people may be hostile or abusive.
  • Ability to manage time and meet deadlines.
  • Ability to lift and move heavy objects per established policy and procedures.
  • Ability to maintain accurate records and necessary paperwork.
  • Ability to learn and apply training instruction.

Qualified applicants will be invited for an interview.

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Position/Title: Substance Abuse Program Support Services Specialist
Location: 687 Cheshire Ave Eugene, Or. 97402
job type: Sat & Sun 6am-2pm
salary: Depending on experience
supervisor: Trina Renfrow and Rose Latimer
open until: 11/21/18

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • For an individual recovering from the disease of addiction, continuous abstinence for at least the past two years and demonstration of as defined: ISSR 309-032-1520 (4).
  • Have an understanding of Substance Abuse Treatment as well as psychotropic medications.
  • Valid ODL, with a clean driving record.
  • Pass Criminal background check.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Telephone reception: receiving incoming phone calls, routing calls, taking messages, providing general information.
  • Dispense medications in accordance with Willamette Family Policy and procedure.
  • General office duties: make copies, send faxes, sorting mail and occasionally assist individuals to complete forms.
  • Assist counselors with a variety of office duties, including file maintenance.
  • Maintain confidentiality in accordance of 42 CFR Part 2/HIPAA
  • Drive residents to a variety of appointments and meetings.
  • Provide a variety of support to all residents including assisting parents and children & crisis intervention.
  • Collect U.A.s from residents.
  • Notify managers, supervisors, counselors, and family advocates of necessary information regarding residents at the facility.
  • Oversee curfews and bedtimes. Complete bed checks.
  • Monitor visitation.
  • Maintain daily log.
  • Complete any tasks assigned by the Program Manager/Clinical Supervisor and Program Director.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Able to learn new skills and keep up with the changes in the program
  • Data entry
  • Multi-line phone systems
  • Professional written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills
  • Multi-tasking

Please Submit Resume/Cover letter to: HumanResources@wfts.org

Qualified applicants will be invited for an interview.

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Position/Title: Detox Counselor
Location: 605 W 4th Eugene, OR
job type: Full time
salary: Dependent on experience
supervisor: Program Director & Clinical supervisor
open until: 12/20/18

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Demonstration of competence through experience and education, individual service and support planning, case management and coordination, utilization of community resources, education groups including 12 Step support groups, family and individual therapy or counseling documentation and rationale for services to promote intended outcomes and implementation of all provider policies.
  • Oregon state certification, CADC I or above is required by Willamette Family policy to perform duties associated with this position. CADC II preferred. Applicants working towards certification may be considered for position if application for certification can be made within 6 months of employment.
  • Minimum competency must be demonstrated as defined in: OHA AMH Standards for  Substance Use Disorder Detoxification Services Division 50 with the following qualifications:
    • Have training knowledge and/or experience demonstrating competence in the treatment of substance use disorders, knowledge of substance withdrawal; individual assessment; motivational counseling techniques; trauma informed care.
    • Within six weeks of employment, be currently certified or in process of certification in first aid methods including cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
  • For an individual recovering from the disease of addiction, continuous abstinence for at least the past two years and demonstration of as defined: OAR 309-019-0125 (10).

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Service and treatment planning, program development and record keeping per OAR’s and program policy.
  • Maintain a high level of ongoing knowledge and education regarding addiction treatment. This includes professional development plans (PDP). Complete necessary requirements in order to maintain certification.
  • Communicates and integrates agency mission, goals, policies and procedures into daily practice
  • Assures security measures are taken to protect Individual Service Records in accordance with OAR’s, 42 CFR Part 2 and HIPAA.
  • Complete any tasks assigned by Clinical Supervisor, Program Director and Executive Director.
  • Conduct assessments to identify patient’s level of care need utilizing ASAM PPC-2R.
  • Refer patients to appropriate treatment programs for follow-up care.
  • Participate in direct treatment of patients by attending clinical staff meetings/supervisions.
  • Maintain clinical electronic health records (EHR) on patients’ progress.
  • Arrange transportation and housing for all patients as needed.
  • Conduct educational groups as needed.
  • Work closely with Nursing and Sub-acute Technicians to ensure patient care.
  • Participate in quality assurance and quality improvement activities as directed.
  • Work directly with clinical supervisor for ongoing program development.
  • Do motivational counseling, cognitive behavioral therapies and use trauma informed methods as necessary to improve outcomes.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Knowledge, skills and abilities demonstrating competence through experience or education in the following essential job functions:

  • Addiction treatment service best practices.
  • Required knowledge in ASAM-PPC 2R, OAR’s, and 42 CFR Part 2/HIPAA.
  • Knowledge of Office 2010 software applications including Outlook.
  • Has knowledge, skill, and experience in evidence-based interventions including
    • Motivational Interviewing
    • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
    • and other trauma-informed treatment practices
  • Has ability to follow oral and written directions and to apply techniques for special needs
  • Has knowledge of de-escalation methods
  • Has flexibility in responding to changing needs and requirements
  • Has ability to work in an environment where people may be verbally hostile and/or abusive
  • Effectively manages time and meets deadlines
  • Proficient in clinical documentation
  • Professional written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills.

Please Submit Resume/Cover letter to: HumanResources@wfts.org

Qualified applicants will be invited for an interview.

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Position/Title: Substance Abuse Counselor (CENTENNIAL LOCATION)
Location: 1651 Centennial, Springfield OR. 97478
job type: Full time
salary: $15-$20 hourly, Consistent with experience and certification level
supervisor: Trina Renfrow & Brett Decker
open until: 11/23/18

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Oregon state certification (CADC) is required of all counselors, or demonstration of active progress towards certification within timelines
  • If recovering from alcohol/drug addiction, must provide documentation of sobriety for a minimum of two years and must be in a program of recovery
  • Must pass a required criminal records background check
  • Must adhere to the agency’s non-discrimination policies
  • Ability to effectively interact with co-workers, clients, and others with diverse ethnic backgrounds, religious views, political affiliation, cultural backgrounds, life-styles, and sexual orientations and treat each individual with respect and dignity.
  • Demonstration of competence in the treatment of SUDS as defined: ISSR 309-032-1520 (3) (c)

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Interact with the service population providing individual and group therapy.
  •  Provide educational presentations on substance abuse and other related issues.
  •  Service planning, file management and record keeping per OAR’S and program policy.
  •  Serve as a liaison between WF and other service agencies.
  •  Provide culturally appropriate services, implemented within the context of social, cultural,    racial, gender-specific sensitivity and understanding
  • Participate in clinical staff meetings.
  • Assess ongoing needs of individuals and make appropriate referrals.
  • Provide immediate crisis intervention and assistance in developing safety plans.
  • Participate in weekly supervision sessions with Clinical Supervisor.
  • Provide comprehensive authorization reviews for insurance companies
  • Complete necessary requirements in order to maintain certification.
  •  Ad hoc assignments as requested

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Knowledge and understanding of substance addiction as a progressive disease
  • Knowledge, understanding, and expertise in providing effective, evidence-based substance addiction treatment services
  • Knowledge, skill, and experience in evidence based interventions including Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and other trauma-informed treatment
  • Required knowledge in ASAM-PPC 2R, ISSR/OAR’s, 42 CFR Part 2/HIPAA.
  • Above average skills and Knowledge of Office 2010 software applications including Outlook, as well as navigating Electronic Medical Records software
  • Professional written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Effective problem solving skills.
  •  Ability to follow oral and written directions and to apply techniques for special needs
  • Knowledge of de-escalation methods
  • Flexibility in responding to changing needs and requirements
  • Ability to work in an environment where people may be verbally hostile and/or abusive
  • Ability to manage time and meet deadlines
  • Ability to maintain accurate records and necessary paperwork

BENEFITS
The SA counselor position is eligible for a generous benefits package commencing at 3-months. Package includes medical, dental, vision, 403(b), sick and vacation paid time off, life, disability, and a minimum of 2 hours of professional development and training available per month.  SIGNING BONUS FOR NEW EMPLOYEES. $500 AFTER 90 DAYS AND $500 AFTER SUCCESFULL COMPLETION OF SIX MONTH TRIAL SERVICE PERIOD.

Please Submit Resume/Cover letter to: HumanResources@wfts.org

Qualified applicants will be invited for an interview.

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Position/Title: Substance Abuse Residential Counselor (Women’s Specific)
Location: 687 Cheshire Ave. Eugene, OR. 97402
job type: Full Time
salary: $15-$20 hourly, Consistent with experience and certification level
supervisor: Trina Renfrow & Elizabeth Merrit
open until: 11/23/18

POSITION SUMMARY:
The Substance Abuse Residential Counselor provides addiction treatment counseling to women in residential services at the WF Women’s Center.  Evidence-based treatment services are provided within a 24/7 safety milieu with a comprehensive array of mental health, family services and primary health care accessible with integration into each individual’s treatment and wellness plan as indicated.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Oregon state certification (CADC II) is required of all residential counselors, or a Bachelor’s degree and CADC I with demonstration of active progress towards CADC II certification within twelve months. 
  • If recovering from alcohol/drug addiction, must provide documentation of sobriety for a minimum of two years and must be in a program of recovery
  • Must pass a required criminal records background check
  • Must adhere to the agency’s non-discrimination policies
  • Ability to effectively interact with co-workers, clients, and others with diverse ethnic backgrounds, religious views, political affiliation, cultural backgrounds, life-styles, and sexual orientations and treat each individual with respect and dignity.
  • Demonstration of competence in the treatment of SUDS as defined: ISSR 309-032-1520 (3) (c)

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Interact with the service population providing individual and group therapy.
  • Provide educational presentations on substance abuse and other related issues.
  • Service planning, file management and record keeping per ISSR’s and program policy.
  • Serve as a liaison between WF and other service agencies.
  • Provide culturally appropriate services, implemented within the context of social, cultural,    racial, gender-specific sensitivity and understanding
  • Participate in clinical staff meetings.
  • Assess ongoing needs of individuals and make appropriate referrals.
  • Provide immediate crisis intervention and assistance in developing safety plans.
  • Participate in weekly supervision sessions with Clinical Supervisor.
  • Provide comprehensive authorization reviews for insurance companies
  • Complete necessary requirements in order to maintain certification.
  • Ad hoc assignments as requested

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Knowledge and understanding of substance addiction as a progressive disease
  • Knowledge, understanding, and expertise in providing effective, evidence-based substance addiction treatment services
  • Knowledge, skill, and experience in evidence based interventions including Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and other trauma-informed treatment
  • Required knowledge in ASAM-PPC 2R, ISSR/OAR’s, 42 CFR Part 2/HIPAA.
  • Above average skills and Knowledge of Office 2010 software applications including Outlook, as well as navigating Electronic Medical Records software
  • Professional written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Effective problem solving skills.
  •  Ability to follow oral and written directions and to apply techniques for special needs
  • Knowledge of de-escalation methods
  • Flexibility in responding to changing needs and requirements
  • Ability to work in an environment where people may be verbally hostile and/or abusive
  • Ability to manage time and meet deadlines
  • Ability to maintain accurate records and necessary paperwork

BENEFITS:
The SA counselor position is eligible for a generous benefits package commencing at 3-months. Package includes medical, dental, vision, 403(b), sick and vacation paid time off, life, disability, and a minimum of 2 hours of professional development and training available per month.  SIGNING BONUS FOR NEW EMPLOYEES. $500 AFTER 90 DAYS AND $500 AFTER SUCCESFULL COMPLETION OF SIX MONTH TRIAL SERVICE PERIOD. 

Please Submit Resume/Cover letter to: HumanResources@wfts.org

Qualified applicants will be invited for an interview.

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Position/Title: Support Services Coordinator (HUB)
Location: Women’s Residential: 687 Cheshire Ave. Eugene, OR. 97402
job type: Full time/Hourly/ Thursday-Monday 2-10pm
salary: $14-16 per hour depending upon experience, certification and education
supervisor: Support Services Supervisor and Program Director
open until: 11/14/2018

POSITION SUMMARY
This position provides supervision to staff providing 24 hour support services in residential treatment services at the Women’s Treatment Center. (HUB)  Evidence-based treatment services are provided within a 24/7 safety milieu with a comprehensive array of mental health, family services and primary health care accessible and integrated into each individual’s treatment and wellness plan as indicated.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Oregon state certification (CADC) is required, or demonstration of active progress towards certification within timelines as defined: OAR, 309-018-0120 (1). A minimum five years’ experience providing direct services to individuals in a residential setting.
  • If recovering from alcohol/drug addiction, must provide documentation of sobriety for a minimum of two years and must be in a program of recovery
  • Must pass a required criminal records background check
  • Must adhere to the agency’s non-discrimination policies
  • Ability to effectively interact with co-workers, clients, and others with diverse ethnic backgrounds, religious views, political affiliation, cultural backgrounds, life-styles, and sexual orientations and treat each individual with respect and dignity.
  • Demonstration of competence in the treatment of SUDS as defined: OAR 309-018-0125 (5) (a) (b) (c) (A) (B) (C)

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Assist in the development and implementation of support specialists training modules.
  • Train support staff in the knowledge, skills and attitudes of professional practices on substance    abuse and other related issues. De-escalation, crisis, active listening, motivational interviewing, problem solving, dispensing of medication and skill building.
  • Oversee monitoring of surveillance system and insure building safety
  •  Oversee team briefing at the beginning of each shift to identify any issues and insure that all staff on shift have current information. 
  •  Provide culturally appropriate services, implemented within the context of social, cultural,    racial, gender-specific sensitivity and understanding
  • Participate in clinical and integrated staff meetings.
  • Provide immediate crisis intervention and assistance in developing safety plans.
  • Participate in weekly supervision sessions with Senior Manager.
  • Complete necessary requirements in order to maintain certification.
  • Assist in the hiring of new support services staff.
  • Assist with the support staff schedule, maintain adequate staffing pattern on swing shift and weekends.
  • Provide clinical services as needed.
  • Assist and train in appropriate and accurate documentation for client log.
  •  Ad hoc assignments as requested by Senior Manager.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Knowledge and understanding of substance addiction as a progressive disease
  • Knowledge, skill, and experience in evidence based interventions including Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and other trauma-informed treatment
  • Required knowledge in ASAM-PPC 2R, OAR’s, 42 CFR Part 2/HIPAA.
  • Knowledge of Office 2007 software applications including Outlook.
  • Professional written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Effective problem solving and crisis intervention skills.
  •  Ability to follow oral and written directions and to apply techniques for special needs
  • Knowledge of de-escalation methods
  • Flexibility in responding to changing needs and requirements
  • Ability to work in an environment where people may be verbally hostile and/or abusive
  • Ability to manage time and meet deadlines
  • Ability to maintain accurate records and necessary paperwork

Please Submit Resume/Cover letter to: HumanResources@wfts.org

Qualified applicants will be invited for an interview.

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Position/Title: Mental Health Skills Builder in Substance use Residential Treatment Program
Location: Women’s Residential Program Eugene, OR
job type: Full Time
salary: Annual salary depending on experience
supervisor: Residential Program Director/MH Clinical Supervisor
open until: 11/15/2018

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Demonstration of competence through experience and education in leadership, wellness, oversight and evaluation of services, individual service and support planning, case management and coordination, utilization of community resources,
  • Bachelor’s degree in social work field, counseling, or related field, with emphasis on working with children, adolescence, and adults required
  • Minimum 1 year in a position with similar responsibilities
  • Must meet the QMHA credentialing requirements
  • Valid Oregon Driver’s License required for community activities
  • Must pass a required criminal records background check
  • For an individual recovering from the disease of addiction, continuous abstinence for at least the past two years and demonstration of as defined: OAR 309-019-0125 (10).

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide effective, culturally responsive mental health skill building services to individuals and families actively participating in Mental Health Services in the SUD’s residential program
  • Direct coordination with Mental Health Therapists
  • Complete written paperwork and billing within timelines
  • Collaborate with multiple programs in the community to provide services to individuals and families in the community
  • Knowledge of Mental Health assessments and creating individual goals for individuals based on assessment
  • Attend and participate in weekly program meeting
  • Ensures that culturally appropriate services are implemented within the context of social, cultural, racial, gender-specific sensitivity and understanding
  • Communicates and integrates agency mission, goals, policies and procedures into daily practice
  • Participates as a member of the residential program to integrate services into an effective continuum of care that
  • Assures security measures are taken to protect Individual Service Records in accordance with OAR’s, 42 CFR Part 2 and HIPAA
  • Maintain a high level of ongoing knowledge and education regarding mental health services 
  • Other duties as assigned

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Knowledge, skills and abilities demonstrating competence through experience or education in the following essential job functions:

  • Excellent ability to work as a contributing member of multidisciplinary team
  • Understanding and awareness of issues commonly associated with substance abuse and dependence and the effects on individuals, their children and families
  • Excellent organization skills, including tracking and management of multiple cases 
  • Create, Organize and maintain paper and electronic filing systems
  • Prioritize and meet deadlines and manages times
  • Required knowledge of OAR’s, 42 CFR Part 2/HIPAA.
  • Proficient computer skills including Outlook,
  • Has ability to follow oral and written directions and to apply techniques for special needs
  • Has flexibility in responding to changing needs and requirements
  • Has ability to work in an environment where people may be verbally hostile and/or abusive
  • Professional written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to learn the Electronic Medical Records

Please Submit Resume/Cover letter to: HumanResources@wfts.org

Qualified applicants will be invited for an interview.

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Position/Title: Substance Abuse Program Support Staff / Residential Technician
Location: 1420 Green Acres Rd. Eugene, OR 97408
job type: Part time and on-call with potential for full-time with benefits
salary: Based on experience
supervisor: Brett Decker
open until: 11/21/18

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • For an individual recovering from the disease of addiction, continuous abstinence for at least the past two years and demonstration of as defined: ISSR 309-032-1520 (4).
  • Have an understanding of Substance Abuse Treatment as well as psychotropic medications.
  • Valid ODL, with a clean driving record for the last 3 years.
  • Pass Criminal background check and drug test (no cannabis use allowed)

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Telephone reception: receiving incoming phone calls, routing calls, taking messages, providing general information.
  • Dispense medications in accordance with Willamette Family Policy and procedure.
  • General office duties: make copies, send faxes, sorting mail and occasionally assist individuals to complete forms.
  • Assist counselors with a variety of office duties, including file maintenance.
  • Maintain confidentiality in accordance of 42 CFR Part 2/HIPAA
  • Drive residents to a variety of appointments and meetings.
  • Provide a variety of support to all residents including assisting parents and children & crisis intervention.
  • Collect U.A.s from residents.
  • Notify managers, supervisors, counselors, and family advocates of necessary information regarding residents at the facility.
  • Oversee curfews and bedtimes. Complete bed checks.
  • Monitor visitation.
  • Maintain daily log.
  • Complete any tasks assigned by the Program Manager/Clinical Supervisor and Program Director.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Knowledge, skills and abilities demonstrating competence through experience or education in the following essential job functions:

  • Able to learn new skills and keep up with the changes in the program
  • Data entry
  • Multi-line phone systems
  • Professional written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills
  • Multitasking

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Position/Title: Substance Abuse Program Support Services Specialist
Location: 687 Cheshire Ave Eugene, Or. 97402
job type: Sat & Sun 6am-2pm
salary: Depending on experience
supervisor: Trina Renfrow and Rose Latimer
open until: 11/01/18

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • For an individual recovering from the disease of addiction, continuous abstinence for at least the past two years and demonstration of as defined: ISSR 309-032-1520 (4).
  • Have an understanding of Substance Abuse Treatment as well as psychotropic medications.
  • Valid ODL, with a clean driving record.
  • Pass Criminal background check.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Telephone reception: receiving incoming phone calls, routing calls, taking messages, providing general information.
  • Dispense medications in accordance with Willamette Family Policy and procedure.
  • General office duties: make copies, send faxes, sorting mail and occasionally assist individuals to complete forms.
  • Assist counselors with a variety of office duties, including file maintenance.
  • Maintain confidentiality in accordance of 42 CFR Part 2/HIPAA
  • Drive residents to a variety of appointments and meetings.
  • Provide a variety of support to all residents including assisting parents and children & crisis intervention.
  • Collect U.A.s from residents.
  • Notify managers, supervisors, counselors, and family advocates of necessary information regarding residents at the facility.
  • Oversee curfews and bedtimes. Complete bed checks.
  • Monitor visitation.
  • Maintain daily log.
  • Complete any tasks assigned by the Program Manager/Clinical Supervisor and Program Director.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Able to learn new skills and keep up with the changes in the program
  • Data entry
  • Multi-line phone systems
  • Professional written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills
  • Multi-tasking

To apply: Send resume by email to TrinaR@wfts.org or mail to 687 Cheshire Ave, Eugene, OR. 97402. Qualified applicants will be invited for an interview. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled.

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Position/Title: Mental Health Skills Builder in Substance use Residential Treatment Program
Location: Cheshire- Women’s Residential, or Green Acres Carlton- Men’s Residential
job type: Full Time – Swing Shift Thurs- Mon 2pm-10pm
salary: Annual salary depending on experience, starts at $17 per hour. Sign on Bonus: $1,000 ($500 at the time of hire and $500 with successful completion of trial service).
supervisor: Residential Program Director/MH Clinical Supervisor
open until: Position is Filled

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Demonstration of competence through experience and education in leadership, wellness, oversight and evaluation of services, individual service and support planning, case management and coordination, utilization of community resources,
  • Bachelor’s degree in social work field, counseling, or related field, with emphasis on working with children, adolescence, and adults required
  • Minimum 1 year in a position with similar responsibilities
  • Must meet the QMHA credentialing requirements
  • Valid Oregon Driver’s License required for community activities
  • Must pass a required criminal records background check
  • For an individual recovering from the disease of addiction, continuous abstinence for at least the past two years and demonstration of as defined: OAR 309-019-0125 (10).

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide effective, culturally responsive mental health skill building services to individuals and families actively participating in Mental Health Services in the SUD’s residential program
  • Direct coordination with Mental Health Therapists
  • Complete written paperwork and billing within timelines
  • Collaborate with multiple programs in the community to provide services to individuals and families in the community
  • Knowledge of Mental Health assessments and creating individual goals for individuals based on assessment
  • Attend and participate in weekly program meeting
  • Ensures that culturally appropriate services are implemented within the context of social, cultural, racial, gender-specific sensitivity and understanding
  • Communicates and integrates agency mission, goals, policies and procedures into daily practice
  • Participates as a member of the residential program to integrate services into an effective continuum of care that focuses on health and wellness
  • Assures security measures are taken to protect Individual Service Records in accordance with OAR’s, 42 CFR Part 2 and HIPAA
  • Maintain a high level of ongoing knowledge and education regarding mental health services  
  • Other duties as assigned

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

Knowledge, skills and abilities demonstrating competence through experience or education in the following essential job functions:

  • Excellent ability to work as a contributing member of multidisciplinary team
  • Understanding and awareness of issues commonly associated with substance abuse and dependence and the effects on individuals, their children and families
  • Excellent organization skills, including tracking and management of multiple cases 
  • Create, Organize and maintain paper and electronic filing systems
  • Prioritize and meet deadlines and manages times
  • Required knowledge of OAR’s, 42 CFR Part 2/HIPAA.
  • Proficient computer skills including Outlook,
  • Has ability to follow oral and written directions and to apply techniques for special needs
  • Has flexibility in responding to changing needs and requirements
  • Has ability to work in an environment where people may be verbally hostile and/or abusive
  • Professional written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to learn the Electronic Medical Records

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Position/Title: Mental Health Therapist (QMHP)
Location: 149 W. 12th Ave. Eugene, Or. 97401
job type: Full Time
salary: Depending on Experience
supervisor: S. Eileen Watters, LPC, QMHP/Program Manager: Lynae Nelson, LPC, QMHP
open until: Position is Filled

POSITION SUMMARY:
As a licensed mental health provider in Lane County, Willamette Family offers individual therapy for adults, children, and adolescents, family therapy, couples therapy, and group therapy. Mental Health services exist within a comprehensive array of integrated services including substance abuse treatment, children and family services, and primary health care (see www.wfts.org).

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Flexibility: some evenings and weekend hours may be asked and may be asked to provide treatment at more than one Willamette Family clinic location
  • Comfortable with providing services in the community
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work as part of a multi-disciplinary team
  • Ability to learn and utilize electronic medical records system
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Reliability and consistent attendance
  • Preference given for bi-lingual, English/Spanish fluency

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Skills, experience, and ability to provide effective, culturally responsive mental health services (assessment and treatment) to diverse populations
  • 1 year or more experience working with individuals, families, and groups in an integrated treatment setting
  • Understanding and awareness of issues commonly associated with substance abuse and dependence; co-occurring treatment experience preferred
  • Experience and ability to use evidence based interventions and treatment modalities
  • Maintain confidentiality in accordance of 42 CFT Part 2 and HIPPA
  • Ability to keep and maintain up to date files with appropriate and thoughtful documentation
  • Ability to meet explicit deadlines and paperwork requirements
  • Ability to function as a member of a multidisciplinary team
  • Ability to assist with mental health crisis situations during scheduled working hours
  • Ability to learn and to utilize electronic data systems and case record documentation
  • Complete any tasks assigned by the Program Manager, Clinical Supervisor, and Program Director
  • Participate in on call crisis after hours phone rotation

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Master’s Degree or higher in social work, counseling, marriage and family therapy, or related field.  Must be eligible to become Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP).
  • Preference will be given for applicants who are licensed mental health professionals, (LPC, MFT, or LCSW) and/or who have substance abuse disorder treatment certification (CADC I, CADCII, CADCIII, or MAC).
  • For an individual recovering from the disease of addiction, continuous abstinence for at least the past two years and demonstration thereof as defined in ISSR 309-032-150.

COMPENSATION:

  • Beginning Hourly Wage DOE
  • Generous benefit package
  • Clinical supervision
  • CEU opportunities

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Position/Title: Assessment/ Entry & Enrollment Counselor
Location: WF Admissions: RAPID ACCESS CENTER: 195 W. 12th Ave. Eugene, OR. 97401
job type: Full Time
salary: Based on experience/credentials: QMHP$18.00 -$20.00, QMHP AND CADC $19.00 - $21.00, LCSW, LMFT, LPC $20.00 - $24.00 per hour
supervisor: Brian Nelson, Associate Director. for RAC and Outpatient Treatment
open until: Position is Filled

POSITION SUMMARY:
The Assessment/Entry and Enrollment Counselor is responsible for collecting and compiling sufficient information to assess and determine appropriate need for services, document results of findings and initiate referrals. Assurance of legal and ethical standards. Overall assurance that service delivery is consistent with agency’s mission.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Master’s Degree or higher, Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP).
  • For an individual recovering from the disease of addiction, continuous abstinence for at least the past two years and demonstration thereof as defined in OAR 309-019-0125(10)
  • Skills, experience, and ability to provide effective, culturally responsive assessments and intake to diverse populations
  • Understanding and awareness of issues commonly associated with substance abuse and mental health conditions  
  • Experience providing diagnostic assessments, both treat to target and comprehensive.
  • Desired experience assessing individuals using both a comprehensive mental health assessment as well as an ASAM based bio-psychosocial assessment
  • Desired experience assessing children ages 0-17 using assessment tool developed by WF utilizing the DSM V
  • Ability to learn and to utilize electronic data systems and case record documentation
  • Typing >25 words per minute
  • Must have a valid Oregon Driver’s License
  • Must pass a required criminal records background check
  • Must adhere to the agency’s non-discrimination policies

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide assessments and/or screening ensuring immediate access to appropriate services.
  • Provide immediate assistance to walk-in individuals and families
  • Provide mobile evaluations
  • Utilize treat to target assessments
  • Screening for the presence of substance use, problem gambling, suicide potential, mental health conditions including trauma, chronic medical conditions and infectious disease risk assessment
  • Develop initial individual service plan based on assessment results, within the timeframe that reflects level and complexity of services and supports to be provided
  • Serve as a liaison between WF and other service agencies to coordinate appropriate referrals and enrollment for services within required timelines 
  • Ability to function as a member of a multidisciplinary team to provide seamless entry into services
  • Service planning, file management and record keeping per OAR and program policy
  • Provide immediate crisis intervention and assistance in developing safety plans
  • Participate in weekly supervision sessions with Clinical Supervisor and program meetings
  • Complete any tasks assigned by the department Supervisor and/or Director.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Knowledge, skills and abilities demonstrating competence through experience or education in the following essential job functions:

  • Required knowledge in ASAM-PPC 2R, OAR’s, 42 CFR Part 2/HIPAA, for substance abuse and mental health
  • Knowledge of Office 2010 software applications including Outlook
  • Has ability to follow oral and written directions and to apply techniques for special needs
  • Has knowledge of de-escalation methods
  • Has flexibility in responding to changing needs and requirements
  • Complete necessary requirements in order to obtain or maintain certification
  • Has ability to work in an environment where people may be verbally hostile and/or abusive
  • Effectively manages time and meets deadlines
  • Proficient in clinical documentation
  • Professional written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills
  • Reliability and consistent attendance flexibility

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Position/Title: Substance Abuse Outpatient Counselor
Location: 149 W 12th Ave, Eugene, Oregon 97401
job type: Full time, 40 hours per week.
salary: Counselor 1 $14.00-$16.00 per hr., Counselor 2 $16.00-$18.00 per hr., Counselor 3 (CADC III AND QMHP) $19.00-$21.00 per hr.
supervisor: Brian Nelson
open until: OPEN UNTIL FILLED

POSITION SUMMARY:
The Outpatient Counselor is responsible for developing personalized recovery plans that help to establish healthy behaviors and provide coping skills in individuals that suffer from Substance Use Disorders.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • CADC I or above is required to perform duties associated with this position.
  • For an individual recovering from the disease of addiction, continuous abstinence under independent living conditions for the immediate past 2 years.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Present as the primary addiction counselor for SUDS services.
  • Group counseling: Provide individuals with support in a group setting.
  • Facilitate educational presentations.
  • Individual counseling: Assist in the management, resolution, and reduction of substance use.
  • Serve as a liaison between WF and other individual monitoring agencies.
  • Provide culturally sensitive and relevant services to individuals and their families.
  • Maintain a high level of ongoing knowledge and education regarding SUDS. Complete any necessary requirements to maintain certification.
  • Participate in supervision sessions with Clinical Supervisor.
  • Insuring that accurate clinical records are kept and completed in timely manners consistent with OAR’s, and Willamette Family Inc. Outpatient policies.
  • General office duties: make copies, send faxes, and occasionally assist an individual to complete forms.
  • Complete any tasks assigned by the Dept. Supervisor and the Outpatient Director.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Competence in the treatment of SUDS
  • Required knowledge in ASAM-PPC 2R, ISSR/OAR’s, and 42 CFR Part 2/HIPAA.
  • Knowledge of Office 2007 software applications including Outlook
  • Maintenance of filing systems.
  • Ability or able to gain the ability to utilize electronic health record.
  • Must have ability to pass criminal background check.

To apply: Send resume by email to BrianN@wfts.org or mail to 687 Cheshire Ave, Eugene, OR. 97402. Qualified applicants will be invited for an interview. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled.

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