Peer Assistance Services, Inc. (PAS) is a community-based, 501(c)(3), not-for-profit Colorado corporation dedicated to quality, accessible prevention and intervention services in workplaces and communities, focused on substance use and related issues, guides all agency programming.
Position Title: TASC Intake Coordinator Program (s) FLSA Status Date of Last Revision Colorado TASC
Monday – Friday 8:00– 5:00(varies by office) Occasional weekends required
Program Summary: Colorado TASC (Treatment Accountability for Safer Communities) is a statewide program that provides comprehensive case management services to offenders on parole who have substance use or co- occurring disorders. Education and Experience: 2-year Degree or equivalent experience in Human/Behavioral Services, Criminal Justice, or related field preferred. Relevant knowledge of substance use disorders, as well as community resources, preferred. Must be eligible to pursue a CAC II certification. Required Skills: Detail oriented organizational skills and accuracy, Ability to multi-task in a fast pace environment Strong written and verbal communication skills
Ability to communicate and work with clients, staff, and community partners in a calm, professional manner Proficient with MS Office Recognizes legal obligation to confidentiality of program participants and records Maintains strong personal boundaries with clients Essential Duties and Principle Responsibilities
Process intakes of clients to include:
Explain paperwork to client Enter into all data collection systems Brief client on TASC services Determine if client has immediate needs to be seen by a Case Manager at that time
Facilitate client scheduling assessment appointment with Case Manager Constructing file according to standard procedures
Monitor same gender UA specimen collection to include:
Use of Sentry UA scheduling system Fee collection
Monitor client providing UA in close proximity Report any unusual occurrences to appropriate case manager or program director Document in all required database collection systems, as described in the SOP Alert case manager or program director of problematic UA’s recieved
Administer breathalyzers or oral swabs as indicated Monitor Disulfiram /Antabuse by clients and complete all necessary documentation Maintain accurate client files, to include weekly status updates to ensure active status on parole
Staff front desk as first point of contact with visitors and clients Manage the flow of office traffic ensuring visitors and clients are seen by specified staff safely Manage phone system professionally directing calls to appropriate staff Knowledgeable about TASC procedures in order to field basic questions from clients and community agencies Reports to: TASC Program Director Direct Reports: None Working Conditions: Favorable office environment with in-state travel required. Periodic weekend hours required. Physical Requirements: Position requires intermittent sitting, standing, and walking. Occasional lifting of up to 40 pounds. Good visual and auditory acuity required for client assessment and interaction. Manual dexterity required for date entry. Same gender matching required for observation of specimen collection. Competencies: Communication: Communicates professionally, appropriately and clearly both verbally and in writing. Communicates and reports accurately in a timely manner, meeting designated deadlines. Shares information and ideas with others and collaborates with agency staff and community partners. Acts as a public representative of the agency internally and externally, consistently exemplifying agency mission and values. Decision Making/Judgment: Recognizes opportunities and matters affecting agency and programs, gathers information, sorts through complex issues and seeks input from others, delegates as appropriate. Makes decisions consistent with agency mission, values, policies and procedures and level of responsibility. Within the bounds of assigned responsibilities, makes timely decisions, using consensus when possible. Communicates decisions to others in a timely and appropriate manner. Job Knowledge: Understands scope of responsibilities, possesses and maintains necessary job knowledge and has required technical skills. Appropriately and accurately applies job knowledge to complete principle duties and responsibilities. Understands and integrates agency mission and values into daily work. Collaboration and Planning: Sets goals in accordance with contract requirements and agency policies. Develops plans and manages resources to meet goals. Aligns plans with agency mission and values. Coordinates and cooperates with PAS staff, clients, contractors, community partners, stakeholders. Respects and adheres to team/supervisor/agency decisions. Holds self and others accountable. Tracks, measures and reports outcomes. Disclaimer Statement: The above information on this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities and qualifications required for employees assigned to this job.
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