Program Supervisor – New Choices, LCADC (NJ)

Catholic Charities Diocese of Trenton
November 18, 2022
Job Type
Career level
1-3 years
Certificate Needed:
Other Certifications
Master's degree in Human Behavioral Science such as Social Work, Psychology, Sociology, Guidance and Counseling, substance Use certification, substance use education, and child development. Dual Mental Health and Addictions Licensure preferred but not required. Valid NJ DL. Medical Clearance and Fingerprinting required. Must be able to lift 20 lbs. occasionally. (When responding, please place job title, and site were posting was found in subject line of e-mail.)


Reports to Director of Addiction Recovery Services. Coordinates, evaluates and monitors an efficient and effective delivery of New Choices intensive outpatient and outpatient services consistent with best practices arid in accordance with agency funding source and licensing standards and expectations.


  • Program and Staff Development:
  • Supervises staff, monitoring and assessing performance of group and individual counseling and case management functions
  • Prepares annual evaluations and develops with staff, plans for improved performance
  • Plans, structures, facilitates and maintains group focus on recovery and skill acquisition
  • Establishes and maintains communication with referral sources and other agencies and treatment providers
  • Monitor staff productivity standard achievement
  • Monitor budget, manage budget, and participate in budget development
  • Monitor staff utilization of Perform Care electronic health record and Catholic Charities electronic health record for service delivery documentation and assure that the documentation meets state regulatory compliance

Quality Improvement:

  • Monitors the maintenance of accurate and up to date case records consistent with agency and funding source requirements
  • Utilizes supervision and training as an opportunity for enhancing professional competence
  • Participates in Quality Improvement activities, evaluating program effectiveness and outcomes
  • Prepares reports such as rosters, stats, and treatment recommendation letters to outside agencies

Direct Services:

  • Facilitates group when needed/has small case load when needed
  • Conducts and assures all staff complete thorough initial assessments utilizing Perform Care system/EHR Anasazi documentation
  • Supports clients' strengths and resources, affirming reality testing, contact with experience, judgment and connection with support systems including family, friends and community resources
  • Involves and engages family and significant others in the recovery process and assists them in understanding the illness, coping with it and managing its effects
  • Consults with other service providers and documents their participation in the recovery process
  • Maintains established program productivity requirements


A minimum of two years' experience providing substance abuse and/or mental health treatment to adolescents and one-year supervisory experience.

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