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Part-time Chemical Dependency Techs

Various Shifts, Part-time.  At least one year (1) year of experience in counseling or working with alcoholics/addicts in a recognized treatment, or counseling program; or a combination of education and experience.  Two (2) years employment in the drug and alcohol field preferred.  Knowledge of the problems of alcoholism/addiction, co-occurring disorders and their effect on the individual and their family.  Duties include but not limited to, Following confidentiality guidelines as provided by 12&12 Inc.’s policy and contained in the legal provisions of 42 CFR part 2.  Conduct self in a professional manner in personal appearance and in the qualities presented to clients, public and co-workers.  Assist and conduct intake, admission and discharge procedures.  Maintain unit security and assist in basic crisis intervention.  Orientate new clients to unit and to guidelines of the facility.  Perform timely room checks and hourly bed checks through night.  Maintain and document proper paperwork on assigned unit.  Must have basic computer skills.  A valid Oklahoma driver’s license is required.  Must be able to negotiate stairs and lift up to 50 pounds.

To apply for Chemical Dependency Tech positions please contact Total Medical Staffing.

$9.00 hour

Medication Techs

PRN positions available (fill in and on call as needed).  Reports to Director of Nursing.  Current CMA or MAT Certification required.  Two years employment in the drug and alcohol field preferred.  One year of experience working with addiction in a recognized treatment, rehabilitation or counseling program; or a combination of education and experience preferred.  Technician will administer medications; count all medications; file all paperwork on a timely basis; report all medication errors to Director of Nursing; be aware of and follow confidentiality guidelines in 12&12 policy and contained in 42 CFR part 2.  Conduct self in professional manner and in personal appearance to clients and co-workers.

Applicant must have high school diploma or equivalent.  Technician must be able to use necessary medical instruments.  Must have basic computer and office machine skills.  Must be able to negotiate stairs and lift up to 50 pounds.

Salary based on experience. 

RN, LPN and PRN Nurses

RN, LPN and PRN positions needed in our Detox Unit.  All Shifts.  As RN the position requires completion of a two year nursing program and current licensure as an RN in the state of Oklahoma.  As an LPN the position requires completion of twelve months LPN program and current licensure as an LPN in the state of Oklahoma.  Previous experience in a chemical dependency setting is preferred.  Responsibilities include but not limited to obtains medical assessment from the client;  Assess client appropriateness using verbal history of drug and alcohol use, medical history, current vital signs and symptoms client presents;  Monitors clients’ medical condition and response to detox protocol through vital signs and client’s physical condition and medicates as necessary;  Documents in client records any information pertinent to client care, i.e., PRN medications given and client’s response.  Assists in client referral with case manager and/or intake to appropriate level of care upon completion of detox program;  Responds to medical emergencies and provides first aide within the building as needed.

Knowledge of professional nursing practice care techniques and medical procedures; medical supplies sanitation and personal hygiene; and of nutrition and diet therapy.  Skill in planning, organizing and applying nursing care techniques in an alcohol and drug setting.  Able to follow oral and written instructions.  Computer literate.

Salary based on experience.


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