1. Job Summary/Job Purpose

To provide chemical dependency treatment services for the Hope Unit.

II. Key Responsibilities

  1. Conducts chemical dependency assessments and treatments in accordance with facility policies and procedures and the State of Minnesota regulations.

  2. Documents assessment, treatment, progress and interventions for each client in accordance with facility policies and the State of Minnesota regulations for chemical dependency treatment.

  3. Conducts case management, as needed, for identified client needs.

  4. Participates in regular training/education in the field of chemical dependency treatment to enhance skills and maintain knowledge of current regulations, this includes annual and bi-annual training as identified in State of Minnesota regulations for licensed chemical dependency counselors.

III. Core Expectations

At St. Francis Healthcare Campus we expect all our employees to live the values of Reverence, Integrity, Compassion and Excellence at work by:

  • Honoring and caring for the dignity of all persons in mind, body, and spirit

  • Working together as a team to achieve our goals

  • Improving continuously by listening, and asking for and responding to feedback

  • Seeking new and better ways to meet the needs of those we serve

  • Using our resources wisely

  • Understanding how each of our roles contributes to the success of St. Francis Healthcare Campus and CHI

IV. Core Job Competencies

Core Behaviors : The following behaviors have been identified as critical to all staff roles at St. Francis Healthcare Campus:

  • Teamwork Orientation: works cooperatively & collaboratively with others toward the accomplishment of shared goals.

  • Service Orientation: desires to serve and focus one’s efforts on discovering and meeting the needs of internal and external customers.

  • Achieves Results: reflects a drive to achieve and outperform. Continuously looking for improvements. Accepts responsibility for actions and results.

  • Learning and Growth: has a commitment to continuous professional and organizational learning

  • Communication: practices attentive and active listening and can restate opinions of others; communicates messages in a way that has the desired effect.

  • Safety

Adheres to fire/safety, disaster plans and infection control

Reports any unsafe conditions noted to the appropriate individuals or department

  • Corporate Responsibility: Adheres to Corporate Responsibility standards of conduct.

Skill, Knowledge or Abilities critical to this role:

  1. Able to maintain personal boundaries.

  2. Able to apply evidence-based criteria to assessments and treatment methods.

  3. Utilizes excellent customer service skills with a variety of persons.

  4. Possesses computer skills, especially word processing.


  1. LADC (Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor)

  2. Must be licensed under Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 148C and comply with all rules adopted under Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 148C; or prove competence as evidenced by one of the methods identified in Minnesota Rules, 9530.6450.

  3. Must be at least 18 years of age.

  4. Must be free from chemical use problems for at least two years preceding hiring and sign a statement attesting to that fact.

  5. Must remain free of chemical use problems as a condition of employment.

  6. Must document in screening for and working with clients with mental health problems, through education, training, and experience.

  7. Knows and understands implications of statutes, rules, and regulations for chemical dependency counseling as issued by the State of Minnesota.

Job Professional Clinical/Allied Health


Daily Schedule M-Th (10 hour shifts)

Scheduled Hours per 2-week Pay Period 80

Weekends Required None

Req ID: 2018-R0148920

We’re an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.