Phoenix House Licensed Chemical Dependency Professional II in Exeter, Rhode Island


The Licensed Chemical Dependency Professional II is responsible for managing a caseload of clients and providing sound, therapeutic treatment during day-to-day operations. Provides inspiration and motivation for recovery by using evidence based and person centered practices.


  • Perform client screening, intake, orientation, and assessment functions necessary to complete admission as required by Program Director.

  • Guide clients in individual, group, and family formats.

  • Document developments and important events in accordance with clinical policies for reporting and record keeping.

  • Develop person centered treatment plans that are measurable, coherent, and reflective of client’s progress and development.

  • Consistently enforce rules and programmatic procedures.

  • Provide direct client monitoring as needed, including medication monitoring.

  • Maintain client records to comply with CARF and state licensing standards, using the Welligent Electronic Health Record.

  • Assist in the provision of staff orientation and ongoing training regarding clinical policies and procedures. Participate in the support and training of other staff members.

  • Maintain positive working relationship with agencies, resources, and families to coordinate services for client care; provide information on substance abuse use disorder treatment resources and services; and make necessary referrals.

  • Complete all Quality Assurance Record Review Corrections as indicated on the form.

  • Participate in treatment team meetings, case conferences, and required training to ensure continuum and quality of care.

  • Facilitate EBT groups as assigned.

  • Maintain current licensure and/or credentialing. Maintain CPR/FA certifications and CPI annual training.


  • Ability to promote and demonstrate Phoenix Houses core values through work ethic, compliance, and attitude

  • Integrity

  • Collaboration

  • Appreciation

  • Respect

  • Excellence

  • Forward-Thinking

  • Customer Service

  • Problem Solving

  • Communication Proficiency:

  • Demonstrate proficiency in Phoenix House's electronic health record system (Welligent) sufficient to fulfill the duties required by this position is expected within 30 days of employment.

  • Appropriate boundaries between staff and clients.

  • Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment with demonstrated ability to juggle multiple competing tasks and demands.

  • Must have strong knowledge of a variety of computer software applications in word processing, spreadsheets, and presentations (MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint).

  • Excellent organizational skills with the ability to prioritize workload and meet deadlines.


  • Ability to perform the core functions of a licensed chemical dependency professional.

  • Ability to develop rapport with substance-abusing populations and families.

  • Ability to apply organizational management skills and maintain self and client discipline.

  • Ability to prepare and maintain required documentation.

  • Ability to comply with internal, local, state, and federal regulations and policies.

  • Ability to work and communicate with others.


  • A minimum of 3 years of relevant experience working in the substance use disorder field.

  • Associates or bachelor degree from an accredited institution preferred OR high school diploma and equivalent combination of knowledge and experience.




Every other weekend and holiday required.

EOE Minorities / Females / Protected Veterans / Disabled