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Richmond Behavioral Health - Substance Abuse Technician

Job Description: Culpeper, VA. Hourly and on-call positions to oversee and monitor clients in an inpatient substance abuse treatment program. The incumbent will assess clients’ safety and welfare; assist with education and program activities; conduct drug screens, medical health reviews, and monitor vital signs; transport clients to appointments and meetings; and, perform related tasks as required. Some knowledge in the following areas is preferred: the practices and techniques of drug abuse prevention, treatment or rehabilitation; community orientation towards substance abuse problems; casework methods, drug abuse and substance abuse control practices; and, the ability to conduct interviews and analyze attitudes and behavior problems objectively. Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and some experience in a supportive role in substance abuse are required. Possession of an appropriate driver's license that is valid in the Commonwealth of Virginia with an acceptable driving record is required. Number of hours per week will vary.

Salary: $12.22/hourly

How to Apply: Please visit to apply. RRCSB/AAA is an Equal Opportunity Organization. Minorities and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Closes: Open Until Filled

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