Old Pueblo Community Services has been an employer in the social services sector of the Tucson community for over 19 years. We are a driven, dedicated staff, passionate about delivering excellence in the services we provide and empowering clients to live to their full potential. OPCS offers a comfortable work environment. We believe that we can help our clients and have fun in the work place at the same time. We are willing to train those who are passionate about helping people and willing to go the extra mile to help the client and offer opportunities for our staff to move up in the organization.
In alignment with Old Pueblo’s Mission, our staff demonstrates a deep and purposeful commitment to the following Guiding Principles:
- Sense of Urgency
We welcome our clients regardless of race, ethnicity, religious preference, or sexual orientation and employ a diverse workforce to best meet diverse client needs.
Job Status: Full Time
Pay Rate: DOE
The Therapist assists clients with outpatient substance abuse and dependence behavioral health services to those identified as substance abuse and or substance dependent.
Duties and Responsibilities include: individual counseling and group counseling,screening, assessment,development and implementation of service plans.Minimum Bachelor’s Degree and preferred qualifications Master’s Degree in related behavior health area. Two years supervised experience delivering substance abuse and dependency behavior health services. Licensed Associate or Independent Substance Abuse Counselor by Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners. All qualifications and duties are outlined in the full Therapist Job Description.
Job Status: Part Time, 1st, 2nd and 3rd Shift, weekends and holidays
Pay Rate: DOE + shift differentialPart Time Benefits: Life Insurance and PTO based on hours worked
The Case Aide assists clients with daily life skills and provides unit security, is available to receive and welcome new veteran residents on an “on call basis” from the VA, access level of immediate need, and is responsible for hands-on life skills training. Duties include maintaining resident files in compliance with VA, HUD and HIPPA standards, updating client information in database and requires strong computer skills. Minimum qualifications for position require a High School diploma/GED and/or 2 years’ experience working with clients in need of transitional housing services. All qualifications and duties are outlined in the full Case Aide Job Description.
- At Old Pueblo Community Services, we offer a comfortable working environment and believe that we can help our clients and have fun in the work place at the same time. Salary is based on experience and we are willing to train those who are passionate about helping people and willing to go the extra mile to help the client. That is why OPCS exists. We offer wonderful opportunities for our staff to train and move up in the organization. Full benefit package includes retirement, healthcare, dental, long term disability and life insurance.
- Our agency is dedicated to utilizing CRA and MI strategies and an applicant must be willing to train and apply these strategies and principles.
- Drug screen, criminal and driving background checks, and employment references are checked.
Old Pueblo Community Services Nondiscrimination Policy
Old Pueblo Community Services does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, gender or gender orientation, disability, Veteran status or age in the administration of any of its programs, admission policies, or in employment.
TO APPLY FOR ANY OF THE OPPORTUNITIES LISTED:
OR send your resume along with a completed
Old Pueblo Job Application
EMPLOYEE BENEFIT PACKAGE:
(For full time non-exempt positions)
Employer Subsidized Health Insurance for Employee and Family
Employer Matching SIMPLE IRA plan
Employer Paid Life Insurance and Vision Plan
Employer Subsidized Dental Plan
Employer Paid Training
120 Hours Paid Time Off (PTO) Per Year