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The Recovery Specialist is a member of the multidisciplinary team and is responsible for maintaining a safe, therapeutic environment on their assigned unit/program with an emphasis on high-quality care. Responsible for the clinical and residential environment/milieu, ensuring a safe, secure, structured environment of care and patient conformance to unit/program activities and policies. May also facilitate educational groups and assist with admission, treatment, care coordination, and discharge of patients as assigned. Responsible for transporting individuals with approved vehicles to and from appointments, meetings, or other community events/locations as assigned. Work minimally requires a Bachelor's degree in psychology, social work, or other related health and human service field and at least one (1) year of experience working with patients with substance use disorders. Additional certification, including LADC-II or LADC-Assistant is preferred. CPR and CPI certification required. Requires an understanding of the principles of both recovery-oriented care and trauma-informed care, and how to support patients towards their treatment goals. Demonstrates good verbal, social, and writing skills and be able to demonstrate the use of clinically appropriate, non-stigmatizing language. Demonstrates use of sound judgment to determine appropriate action in identifying and resolving patient care related issues and/or emergencies. If required to drive approved vehicles, a valid driver's license for the type of vehicle to be used. Must have an acceptable driving record as outlined in organizational policy pertaining to vehicle safety. Must show evidence of appropriate driver's insurance.