Careers

Choice House, a rehabilitation center located in Boulder, Colorado, provides drug and alcohol addiction treatment for men with the focus on building a foundation to support long- term sobriety.

Choice House has some of the most well-respected and experienced professionals in the drug and alcohol addiction treatment and recovery field. Members of our team rely on an inclusive, collaborative approach, working closely with clients and their families and anyone else who is involved in the addiction recovery process. Our Boulder drug and alcohol rehabilitation center and addiction treatment programs have earned praise for their services, support, and comfortable surroundings, which offer recovering drug addicts and alcoholics a supportive, healthy start to a sober life.

If you feel you would be a good fit for our Boulder rehabilitation center, please send your resume to hello@choicehouse.com or view and apply for jobs on indeed.com.

We are currently hiring for the following positions at our Boulder area facilities:

Behavioral Health Technician

Job Title: Behavioral Health Technician

Job Category: Clinical Support

Direct Supervisor: Director of Operations

Position Type/Classification: Part-Time, Exempt

Role and Responsibilities

Behavioral Health Technicians perform services involving milieu management, ensuring daily program schedule adherence, planning and implementation of recreational, therapeutic and educational services.

Job Duties Include:

  • Facilitates individual and group therapeutic activities including coaching, milieu management, and case management.
  • Provides feedback to the clinical team in regard to client’s level of motivation, participation in group activities and milieu interactions
  • Upholds program rules, guidelines and policies and assists clients in following all rules, guidelines and policies.
  • Provides transportation to and from client appointments
  • Helps to assesses, collaborate and coordinate client’s discharge planning needs and readiness for discharge with other members of the clinical team.
  • Obtains urine drug test specimens and breathalyzer tests
  • Maintain safety of the milieu at all times. This includes awareness of client location and high-risk situations
  • Maintain daily program schedule and special events schedule
  • Document shift summary reports and sends via email
  • Follow all requirements when dispensing and/or providing medication to clients
  • Performs light janitorial duties
  • Performs bed checks per shift requirement

Qualifications and Education Requirements

EDUCATION: High school diploma or equivalent.  Bachelor’s Degree in field related to counseling, therapy, social sciences preferred.

EXPERIENCE: Personal and/or professional experience with treatment facilities and/or work with addictions and mental health populations is preferred. Able to demonstrate strategic decision-making, problem solving skills and timely documentation.

LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION: Colorado certification for addiction counseling, CACII, CACIII, MAC or LAC preferred.

Physical Requirements and Work Environment

Stooping, turning, bending, squatting, kneeling and the ability to lift up to 50 pounds; constant/repetitive standing; requires normal, correctable vision and hearing, and the ability to accurately discern color as necessary to perform job.

Functions, Preferred Skills

Conflict Resolution skills.  Able to maintain emotional balance in stressful/difficult situations. Computer skills.  Driving ability.

Additional Notes

Potential candidates must pass a background check and drug screen. We are proud to be an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

 

Primary Therapist

Job Title: Primary Therapist

Job Category: Clinical Support

Direct Supervisor: Director of Clinical Services

Position Type/Classification: Full-Time, Exempt

Role and Responsibilities

  • Responsible for providing safety, supervision and follow through in all domains related to efficient and effective care and treatment services.
  • Responsible for timely documentation, family, referral and collateral calls.
  • Management of client caseload to ensure, at minimum, two individual therapy sessions per week
  • Responsible for completing admission paperwork in timely manner (Clinical Summary, Psychosocial Assessment, review of intake paperwork, release of information forms, etc.….)
  • Responsible for clinical documentation needs that meet requirements of insurance and state compliance standards
  • Developing collaborative relationships with local clinicians
  • Hosting and participating in Choice House clinical events
  • Provides group facilitation
  • Responsible for referral and family contact, at minimum, one time per week
  • Utilizes appropriate teaching methods and/or referrals to ensure client educational needs are met.
  • Assesses, collaborates and coordinates client’s discharge planning needs and readiness for discharge with other members of the clinical team.

Qualifications and Education Requirements

EDUCATION: Master’s Degree in field related to counseling, therapy, social sciences. Colorado certification for addiction counseling, CACII, CACIII, MAC or LAC.

EXPERIENCE: Experience with treatment facilities and/or work with addictions and mental health populations is preferred. Able to demonstrate continuous quality improvement, strategic decision-making, problem solving skills and timely documentation.

LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION: Professional counseling licensure (LPC, LMFT, LCSW, LAC or CAC II or III) preferred.

Preferred Skills

Trauma and/or Sex Addiction Training highly preferable

Physical Requirements and Work Environment

Stooping, turning, bending, squatting, kneeling and the ability to lift up to 50 pounds; constant/repetitive standing; requires normal, correctable vision and hearing, and the ability to accurately discern color as necessary to perform job.

Additional Notes

Potential candidates must pass a background check and drug screen. We are proud to be an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

 

Associate Clinical Director

Job Title: Associate Clinical Director

Job Category: Clinical Support

Direct Supervisor: Director of Clinical Services

Position Type/Classification: Full-Time, Exempt

Role and Responsibilities

  • General supervision of clinical team.
  • Weekly individual supervision of the clinical team.
  • Weekly leadership meeting with executive, operations and admissions directors.
  • Weekly meeting with Clinical Director and Executive Director.
  • Weekly audit of all client charts.
  • Participate in weekly clinical meeting and ensuring efficiency in staffing.
  • Become familiar with KIPU system as a user and Manager, train clinical staff to use KIPU, oversee documentation and charting by clinical staff
  • Maintain phone availability on weekends and evenings for crisis management and staff consultation.
  • Provide support to Marketing Director/Admission Coordinator during admissions process.
  • Monday-Friday on-site, 9am-5pm schedule.
  • Work in concert with the Clinical Director and Executive Director to enhance/maintain program quality, innovation and integrity.
  • Perform crisis interventions with staff and clients as required.
  • Assign clients to clinicians and manage distribution of clinician’s caseloads.
  • Manage CHC standards around charting and documentation.
  • Facilitate clinical groups as needed or otherwise indicated.
  • Provide feedback and input around performance evaluations for clinical staff to the Executive Director.
  • Ensure a professional and positive initial intake experience for all new clients.
  • Monitor clients' medications and medical condition with consulting physician, psychiatrist or other providers including detox admissions.
  • Set example to all staff and clients with Choice House standards and principles of professional communication, honesty, tolerance, vulnerability and integrity.

Qualifications and Education Requirements

EDUCATION: Master’s degree in field related to counseling, therapy, social sciences. Colorado certification for addiction counseling, CACII, CACIII, MAC or LAC.

EXPERIENCE: Experience with treatment facilities and/or work with addictions and mental health populations is preferred. Able to demonstrate continuous quality improvement, strategic decision-making, problem solving skills and timely documentation.

LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION: Professional counseling licensure (LPC, LMFT, LCSW, LAC or CAC II or III) preferred.

Preferred Skills

Trauma and/or Sex Addiction Training highly preferable

 

IOP Therapist

Job Title: IOP Therapist

Job Category: Clinical Support

Direct Supervisor: Director of Clinical Services

Position Type/Classification: Full-Time, Exempt

Role and Responsibilities

  • Provide safety, supervision and follow through in all domains related to efficient and effective care and treatment services
  • Therapists are responsible for timely documentation, family, referral and collateral calls

Qualifications and Education Requirements

EDUCATION: Master’s Degree in field related to counseling, therapy, social sciences. Colorado certification for addiction counseling, CACII, CACIII, MAC or LAC.

EXPERIENCE: Experience with treatment facilities and/or work with addictions and mental health populations is preferred. Able to demonstrate continuous quality improvement, strategic decision-making, problem solving skills and timely documentation.

Preferred Skills

Trauma Counseling and Mental Health Certified

LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION: Professional counseling licensure (LPC, LMFT, LCSW, LAC or CAC II or III) preferred. Therapists currently obtaining licensure or close to completing hours toward licensure are encouraged to apply.

HOURLY/SALARY RANGE: Dependent on experience