Court Order services Program Lead

Phoenix, AZ 85016
Salary: $19.00 /hour

Job Description

The COS Program Lead is responsible for the monitoring of the Court-Ordered Program referrals, Court Compliance forms, COS Treatment Updates, and will also maintain the essential functions of a COS Program Facilitator. The COS Program Lead will also assist with training new staff and coordinate with the COS Program Facilitators, the Program Supervisor, and/or Director.


·18 Years of age or older; AND

·Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in behavioral health (B.H.) related field; or

·Clinical Intern in Bachelor’s or Master’s degree behavioral health program in good standing; or

·Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in non-BH related field AND 1 year of BH work experience; or

·Associate’s degree AND 2 years of BH work experience; or

·High School diploma and 4 years of experience in a BH setting (1 year must be direct patient contact). If applicant has less than four years and/or at least one year of direct care experience, Director approval will be required during hiring and credentialing process.

·Must have the skills and knowledge necessary to provide the behavioral health services that the agency is authorized to provide and to meet the unique needs of consumer populations served by the agency and meet requirements for a Behavioral Health Technician (BHT).

·Must have sufficient knowledge of the substance abusing and COS population, treatment planning and the field of human social services to work towards the rehabilitation of the client community.

·Must be credentialed as a BHT within 90 days of hire.

·Must be able to demonstrate sufficient knowledge and understanding of human behavior and child development theories.

·Must have good skills in both verbal and written communications.

·Knowledge of Windows environment and/or Electronic Health Records Systems.

·Ability to provide culturally sensitive services

·CPI (Crisis Prevention Institute) trained or the ability to be trained within 90 days of hire date.

·TB test

·Must have or able to obtain valid Fingerprint Clearance Card.

·Must possess reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, and proof of auto insurance.

·Must maintain current CPR/1st Aid certification.


Valle del Sol is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We offer excellent Employee Benefits such as paid time off, paid sick leave, and paid holidays, healthcare, dental,vision, 401k, employee assistance program, voluntary products through AFLAC,company provided life insurance, and company provided short & long term disability.

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