Bilingual Clinician/Substance Use Services

Job Description/Summary

Fee for Service Position. Support, enhance and encourage the emotional development of life skills in order to maximize individual functioning.


  • Effectively provides group counseling, utilizing our best practice curriculum.
  • Effectively provides group counseling, utilizing our best practice curriculum.
  • Proficient in NJ SAMS.
  • Presents cases in a coherent manner that demonstrates appropriates clinical judgment and clinical technique.
  •  Completes intakes to include level of care (knowledge of LOCI), diagnosis and preliminary treatment plan with recommendations for ongoing treatment.
  • Completes progress/group notes accurately, addressing treatment goals, major clinical issues and changes in mental health status.
  • Completes timely and effective advocacy, consultation, service coordination, evaluation, documentation, written reports and phone contact to community resources and related professionals as required by PBH standards and consumer needs.


  • Knowledge of urine testing including knowledge of logs;
  • Provides transportation for consumers if the Counselor Aide is not available.

Qualifications: Education – Bachelors Level or High School Diploma with CADC. Knowledge of Addictions. BILINGUAL


  • Employee must submit to a criminal history check, supported by fingerprinting prior to employment;
  • Employee must submit to drug and alcohol screening upon hire and if suspicion arises;
  • Employee must obtain a physical exam prior to employment;
  • Employee must submit to annual Mantoux/TB testing.
  • Employee must have valid NJ Driver’s License

If you are looking to make an impact by helping others, then Preferred Behavioral Health Group is the place for you! By joining our award-winning team, you will be part of the premier behavioral health organization in Monmouth and Ocean counties; a dynamic and innovative non-profit that was proudly named “Outstanding Employer of the Year” by the New Jersey Business and Industry Association (NJBIA). We are a Certified Community Behavioral Health Center, and our mission is to deliver quality and compassionate behavioral health services to individuals and families through a Trauma Informed Care philosophy and approach.  Our staff is at the core of everything we do. We are dedicated to building a diverse team, one where employees feel a sense of belonging and are valued for their contributions. We encourage and embrace staff development and growth. If you are ready for an exciting and rewarding career, please submit your resume.

Preferred Behavioral Health Group requires all qualified candidates to be fully vaccinated upon their first day of employment. Requests for reasonable accommodation due to disability or religious belief will be considered.

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