CURRENT OPENINGS

Next Level.

We are going to the next level on all levels as we build upon the legacy of Riverplace. We are looking to expand our team in order to continue to provide our clients with the highest level of care. We have elevated our team, programming, and homes to become an industry leader as a vessel in saving lives.

Open Positions:

Essential Duties:

  • Supervision of counseling staff; train, evaluate, and manage disciplinary actions as necessary.
  • Provide coverage for staff during illness, leaves, or vacations.
  • Oversee schedules, milieu management and grievances
  • Serve as the designated responsible staff person for day-to-day operation of program when Director of Treatment Services is not present
  • Facilitate staff meetings when directed, assist with training and education of all staff.
  • Provide direct services to clients including interviewing potential clients, assessment, treatment/aftercare planning, individual and group counseling, and monitoring/evaluating client progress.
  • Maintain client case load as assigned and conduct Continuing Care Groups Tuesday mornings and Thursday evenings
  • Maintain accurate, timely, and complete records, including but not limited to documenting client assessments, treatment plans, progress notes, aftercare plans, and discharge summaries.

Qualifications:

  • Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor in good standing with BBHT
  • Must be able to maintain client confidentiality in accordance with state and federal guidelines and HIPAA/42 CFR pt. 2 requirements.
  • 2 years of previous Supervisory experience in a 245G Facility required
  • Must be 18 years or older
  • Must have a valid, non-restricted, Minnesota driver’s license
  • Must successfully pass a DHS background study
  • Must know and understand staff member responsibilities
  • Must be free from problematic substance use for at least two years immediately preceding employment
  • Must be CPR and First Aid certified or become certified immediately after hire
  • Must know and understand the implications of client rights according to section 148F.165
  • Must know and understand the implications of 245G, 245A.65, 626.557, 626.5572, and Chapter 260E

This job description is not designated to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

SUD technicians are paraprofessionals and perform tasks to support treatment service. A paraprofessional may not admit, transfer, or discharge a client but are responsible for the delivery of treatment service according to 245G, subdivision 3.

Essential Duties:

  • Complete all documentation on your shift regarding significant events and keep your Supervisor informed
  • Complete all shift specific tasks before shift ends
  • Observe and ensure the safety of clients
  • Assist with client needs and questions as needed
  • Assist counselors when requested
  • Maintain professional boundaries and model appropriate behaviors
  • Understand and follow policies and procedures related to clients, program expectation, and rules and regulations
  • Provide backup SUD technician coverage as needed
  • Participate in training to enhance knowledge of our client population and clinical practices
  • Collaborate on projects with the Technician Supervisor
  • Provide support with client admission process and conduct alcohol and drug screens
  • All other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Must be 18 years or older
  • Must have a valid, non-restricted, Minnesota driver’s license
  • Must successfully pass a DHS background study
  • Must know and understand staff member responsibilities
  • Must be free from problematic substance use for at least one year immediately preceding employment
  • Must be CPR and First Aid certified or become certified immediately after hire
  • Must know and understand the implications of client rights according to section 148F.165
  • Must know and understand the implications of 245G, 245A.65, 626.557, 626.5572, and Chapter 260E

This job description is not designated to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

(LADC) Licensed alcohol and drug counselors have the authority to initiate and terminate treatment services as well as the ability to make decisions appropriate to the assessment of clients and the development and revision of treatment plans in accordance with Minnesota Statute 245G. Licensed alcohol and drug counselors will defer to the Clinical Supervisor for any questions on client assessments or treatment planning, as well as any situations that are outside established policies and procedures. Licensed alcohol and drug counselors will defer to the Clinical Supervisor for any discharges that occur prior to treatment plan completion including at staff request.

(ADC-T) Alcohol and drug counselors with a temporary permit are required to meet with their site supervisor weekly to discuss the assessment of clients, as well as the development and revision of treatment plans. Alcohol and drug counselors with a temporary permit have the authority to initiate and terminate treatment services with the supervision and oversight of their site supervisor.

Essential Duties:

  • Conduct comprehensive chemical health assessments; meeting Minnesota Statute 245G standards for referral recommendations and appropriate document completion in addition to adhering to the company policies and procedures
  • Maintain all required correspondence with treatment facilities, child protection workers, probation officers, collateral contacts and managed care programs as applicable
  • Complete funding approvals to support referral recommendations as necessary
  • Perform facility intake duties with demonstrated competence in screening for and working with clients with co-occurring disorders
  • Participate in weekly clinical supervision staff meetings
  • See professional development and continue growth as a professional
  • Maintain professional relationships including healthy boundaries with staff and clients
  • Assist fellow clinicians with treatment plans and discharge summaries
  • Provide support, de-escalate clients and intervention assistance in crisis situations

Qualifications:

  • Licensure by the State of Minnesota as an Alcohol and Drug Counselor in good standing OR a Temporary Permit by the State of Minnesota in good standing

245G.11 Subd. 5. Alcohol and drug counselor qualification (LADC)

  • (a) An alcohol and drug counselor must either be licensed or exempt from licensure under chapter 148F
  • (b) An individual who is exempt from licensure under chapter 148F must meet one of the following additional requirements:
  1. Completion of at least a baccalaureate degree with a major concentration in social work, nursing, sociology, human services, or psychology, or licensure as a registered nurse; successful completion of a minimum of 120 hours of classroom instruction in each of the core functions listed in chapter 148F is covered and successful completion of 440 hours of supervised experience as an alcohol and drug counselor, either as a student or staff member;
  2. Completion of at least 270 hours of training in which each of the core functions listed in chapter 148F is covered and successful completion of 880 hours of supervised experience as an alcohol and drug counselor, either as a student or staff member;
  3. Current certification as an alcohol and drug counselor or alcohol and drug counselor reciprocal through the evaluation process established by the International Certification and reciprocity Consortium on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Inc.;
  4. Completion of a bachelor’s degree including 480 hours of alcohol and drug counseling education from an accredited school or educational program and 880 hours of alcohol and drug counseling practicum; or
  5. Employment in a program formerly licensed under Minnesota Rules, parts 9530.5000 to 9530.6400 and successful completion of 6000 hours of supervised work experience in a licensed program as an alcohol and drug counselor prior to January 1, 2005
  • (c) An alcohol and drug counselor may not provide a treatment service that requires professional licensure unless the individual possesses the necessary license. For the purposes of enforcing this section, the commissioner has the authority to monitor a service provider’s compliance with the relevant standards of the service provider’s profession and may issue licensing actions against the license holder according to sections 245A.05, 245A.06 and 245A.07 based on the commissioner’s determination of noncompliance.

245G.11 Subd.11. Individuals with a temporary permit (ADC-T)

  • An individual with a temporary permit from the Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy may provide chemical dependency treatment service according to this subdivision if they meet the requirements of either paragraph (a) or (b):
    • (a) An individual with a temporary permit must be supervised by a licensed alcohol and drug counselor assigned by the license holder. The supervising licensed alcohol and drug counselor must document the amount and type of supervision provided at least on a weekly basis. The supervision must relate to the clinical practice.
    • (b) An individual with a temporary permit must be supervised by a clinical supervisor approved by the Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy. The supervision must be documented and meet the requirements of section 148F.04, subdivision 4.
  • Knowledge of Minnesota Statute 245G, licensing and its application to the position
  • Knowledge of 245G documentation deadlines in relation to assessments, continuum of care, treatment planning and discharge summaries and the ability to maintain compliance
  • Must successfully pass a DHS background study
  • Must know and understand staff member responsibilities as well as all company policies and procedures
  • Must know and understand the implications of client rights according to section 148F.165
  • Must know and understand the implications of 245G, 245A.65, 626.557, 626.5572, and Chapter 260E

This job description is not designated to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

(LADC) Licensed alcohol and drug counselors have the authority to initiate and terminate treatment services as well as the ability to make decisions appropriate to the assessment of clients and the development and revision of treatment plans in accordance with Minnesota Statute 245G. Licensed alcohol and drug counselors will defer to the Clinical Supervisor for any questions on client assessments or treatment planning, as well as any situations that are outside established policies and procedures. Licensed alcohol and drug counselors will defer to the Clinical Supervisor for any discharges that occur prior to treatment plan completion including at staff request.

(ADC-T) Alcohol and drug counselors with a temporary permit are required to meet with their site supervisor weekly to discuss the assessment of clients, as well as the development and revision of treatment plans. Alcohol and drug counselors with a temporary permit have the authority to initiate and terminate treatment services with the supervision and oversight of their site supervisor.

Essential Duties:

  • Facilitate group therapy and psychoeducational groups
  • Maintain caseload of clients and keep all documentation up to date in EHR and complete all documentation according to 245G documentation deadline requirements
  • Conduct individual treatment sessions with clients on a regular basis
  • Engage in weekly clinical staff meetings providing feedback and updates to staff on client referral, issues or to coordinate care
  • Orient clients to group culture, norms, rules and expectations
  • Conduct utilization review for clients obtain their funding
  • Meet with concerned parties involved with client care, including but not limited to: probation agents, CPS, commitment worker, etc.; and keep them updated on client progress
  • Build rapport with clients to provide appropriate referrals
  • Conduct regular client-centered 1:1 sessions for appropriate treatment planning
  • Ensure documentation is maintained and completed in a timely manner
  • Seek professional development and continued growth as a professional
  • Maintain professional relationships, including healthy boundaries with staff and clients

Qualifications:

  • Licensure by the State of Minnesota as an Alcohol and Drug Counselor in good standing OR a Temporary Permit by the State of Minnesota in good standing

245G.11 Subd. 5. Alcohol and drug counselor qualification (LADC)

  • (a) An alcohol and drug counselor must either be licensed or exempt from licensure under chapter 148F
  • (b) An individual who is exempt from licensure under chapter 148F must meet one of the following additional requirements:
  1. Completion of at least a baccalaureate degree with a major concentration in social work, nursing, sociology, human services, or psychology, or licensure as a registered nurse; successful completion of a minimum of 120 hours of classroom instruction in each of the core functions listed in chapter 148F is covered and successful completion of 440 hours of supervised experience as an alcohol and drug counselor, either as a student or staff member;
  2. Completion of at least 270 hours of training in which each of the core functions listed in chapter 148F is covered and successful completion of 880 hours of supervised experience as an alcohol and drug counselor, either as a student or staff member;
  3. Current certification as an alcohol and drug counselor or alcohol and drug counselor reciprocal through the evaluation process established by the International Certification and reciprocity Consortium on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Inc.;
  4. Completion of a bachelor’s degree including 480 hours of alcohol and drug counseling education from an accredited school or educational program and 880 hours of alcohol and drug counseling practicum; or
  5. Employment in a program formerly licensed under Minnesota Rules, parts 9530.5000 to 9530.6400 and successful completion of 6000 hours of supervised work experience in a licensed program as an alcohol and drug counselor prior to January 1, 2005
  • (c) An alcohol and drug counselor may not provide a treatment service that requires professional licensure unless the individual possesses the necessary license. For the purposes of enforcing this section, the commissioner has the authority to monitor a service provider’s compliance with the relevant standards of the service provider’s profession and may issue licensing actions against the license holder according to sections 245A.05, 245A.06 and 245A.07 based on the commissioner’s determination of noncompliance.

245G.11 Subd.11. Individuals with a temporary permit (ADC-T)

  • An individual with a temporary permit from the Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy may provide chemical dependency treatment service according to this subdivision if they meet the requirements of either paragraph (a) or (b):
    • (a) An individual with a temporary permit must be supervised by a licensed alcohol and drug counselor assigned by the license holder. The supervising licensed alcohol and drug counselor must document the amount and type of supervision provided at least on a weekly basis. The supervision must relate to the clinical practice.
    • (b) An individual with a temporary permit must be supervised by a clinical supervisor approved by the Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy. The supervision must be documented and meet the requirements of section 148F.04, subdivision 4.
  • Knowledge of Minnesota Statute 245G, licensing and its application to the position
  • Knowledge of 245G documentation deadlines in relation to assessments, continuum of care, treatment planning and discharge summaries and the ability to maintain compliance
  • Must successfully pass a DHS background study
  • Must know and understand staff member responsibilities as well as all company policies and procedures
  • Must know and understand the implications of client rights according to section 148F.165
  • Must know and understand the implications of 245G, 245A.65, 626.557, 626.5572, and Chapter 260E

This job description is not designated to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

Billing Specialist I perform billing tasks in a 245G facility and may not admit, transfer, or discharge a client.

This position is responsible for billing and collections across all service areas. Responsibilities include carrying out billing cycle functions, following up on denied, outstanding, and rejected claims and posting payments.

Essential Duties:

  • Electronic and manual posting of both insurance and client payments and adjustments
  • Research and resolve issues with claim rejections and/or other billing issues
  • Process accounts for collections
  • Manage accounts to ensure days in AR are below goal
  • Check eligibility and benefit verification
  • Prepare, review, and transmit claims using billing software
  • Check each insurance payment for accuracy and compliance with contract discount
  • Research and appeal denied claims
  • Verify all billable time has been entered correctly
  • Set up client payment plans and manage follow-up
  • Contact insurance companies for information to process and/or re-process claims
  • Ensure that corrected claims are submitted in a timely manner
  • Ensure that unprocessed claims are followed up on throughout the week
  • Contact clients to collect on outstanding account balances
  • Monitor aging reports weekly and reconcile old accounts
  • Send invoices according to policy and monitor outstanding payment arrangements and outstanding balances
  • Comply with state and federal guidelines and HIPAA/42 CFR pt. 2 requirements.
  • Collect and process client co-pays
  • Submit authorization requests and follow-up on outstanding authorizations accordingly
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Minimum of 3-year experience in claims processing, insurance verification, and payment posting
  • Must be 18 years of age or older
  • Must successfully pass a DHS background study
  • Must know and understand staff member responsibilities
  • Must have freedom from problematic substance use for at least one year immediately preceding employment
  • Must know and understand the implications of client rights according to section 148F.165
  • Must know and understand the implications of 245G, 245A.65, 626.557, 626.5572, and Chapter 260E
  • Comprehensive understanding of insurance benefits
  • Positive team player who is able to manage change in an optimistic manner
  • Ability to maintain a high level of professionalism at all times
  • Proficient computer skills and previous experience with EMR
  • High level of self-motivation and integrity
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks and re-prioritize as needed

This job description is not designated to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

If you are interested in joining the Riverplace family with an incredible workplace culture that will allow you to grow in all areas of your career, please call or email us.

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