Substance Use Disorder Professional/Trainee (SUDP/T)
Postitions Available at Ryther!
Ryther is a recognized leader in behavioral health services for children, youth, young adults, and their families facing complex challenges. We’re dedicated to providing comprehensive services and innovative treatments. We guide, coach, and teach so that every client we work with may experience new ways of thinking, develop positive relationships, and realize a better life. We hope you'll join our team!
We’re seeking SUDP or SUPT credentialed individuals to work with youth and families in need. You’ll provide comprehensive and culturally responsive co-occurring services and substance use disorder assessments for children, youth, and their families. Help grow Ryther’s SUD programs so we can meet the needs of our community.
Depending on your licensure status, experience, and position, your salary would be $52,500 - $75,400 (with an increase for language skills, co-occurring positions, and managerial positions).
At Ryther we believe in the importance of reducing barriers and meeting clients and families in their community. This opens access to care and allows clients/families to be in their natural and trusted environment while working toward recovery. Therefore, all our therapists see some or all their clients in the community. This includes meeting clients in public spaces, in their homes and in partnership sites (such as schools or drop-in centers).
Benefits of working at Ryther include a good work life balance, 3 weeks paid vacation, 10 accrued sick days, 5 personal days, and paid holidays. We provide medical, dental, and vision benefits, 403b retirement options, and professional development funds. Ryther is a recognized and accredited non-profit (501c3) which qualifies for the federal public student loan forgiveness program.
Our social justice mission and trauma informed framework are the basis for our everyday work and internal processes.
Ryther seeks to create a work environment that reflects the diverse community that it serves. People of color, LGBTQIA, persons with disabilities, and multi-lingual individuals encouraged to apply. Our diversity is our strength!
Providing short-term and/or ongoing support, connecting clients to resources and/or treatment programs.
Providing individual, group, and family care, which address the needs of the client within the context of the individual's home and community.
Providing required case management services and inter-agency collaboration.
Perform substance use assessments using the GAIN-I assessment and create treatment recommendations following an ASAM approved format utilized by Ryther.
ESSENTIAL JOB REQUIREMENTS:
Registered SUDP/T with the Washington State Department of Health (DOH).
Acceptance and ability to work with individuals and families with a variety of lifestyles, behaviors, cultural and spiritual practices with the ability to apply a social justice and equity lens to all aspects of this work.
To apply, please send cover letter and resume! We hope to see you soon!
As a health care provider, Ryther is complying with Governor Inslee’s proclamation that Covid-19 vaccines be mandatory for state employees, health care workers, and all employees of companies that provide health care. All employees must be able to provide evidence of full vaccination status. Exemptions will be available for health reasons and sincerely held religious beliefs.