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Instructor/Assistant Professor, Social Work (Tenure Track)
Austin Campus

The College of St. Scholastica invites applications for a faculty member to join the Social Work Program on its Austin Campus. This is an 11-month, tenure track position to begin July 2020. The Social Work Field Program Coordinator is a full-time, tenure-track position to coordinate student field placement opportunities and provide instruction in the Undergraduate Social Work Program, Austin, Minnesota. We seek a candidate who is interested in innovative, student-centered field education in a rural environment. The candidate will demonstrate leadership with a team-centered approach that values administrative collaboration.

The Social Work Field Program Coordinator will teach and engage in ongoing social work scholarship and service to the profession and community consistent with College expectations for tenure-track faculty. This position includes 75% teaching responsibility and 25% Field Program Coordination responsibilities. You would join a college that has earned a spot on three national ranking lists for academic teaching excellence and values.

Responsibilities:
The Social Work Field Program Coordinator will teach and engage in ongoing social work
scholarship and service to the profession and community consistent with College expectations for tenure-track faculty. This position includes 75% teaching responsibility and 25% Field.

PROGRAM COORDINATION RESPONSIBILITES
Qualifications:
The position requires an MSW with at least two years of post-Masters practice experience at the time the position begins and a Minnesota Social Work License, or eligibility for one. We seek candidates who value inclusion and the richness of our student population and who promote social justice with a global perspective. The successful candidate will exhibit an understanding of oppression and discrimination and demonstrate a commitment to vulnerable populations as seen by their practice experience, teaching, scholarship, and/or service

THE COLLEGE
Shaped by the Catholic Benedictine heritage, The College of St. Scholastica provides intellectual and moral preparation for responsible living and meaningful work. The College of St. Scholastica aspires to be a diverse and inclusive academic community of excellence, sending forth thoughtful leaders sharpened and sensitized by the liberal arts, who are prepared and committed to serve and transform the world. St. Scholastica is a thriving independent private college with its main campus overlooking Lake Superior in Duluth, extended campuses throughout Minnesota and vibrant online programs that attract learners from around the world. The vision of The College of St. Scholastica Social Work Department strives to educate students on a model of interconnectedness and dignity of all life, inclusivity, cultural responsiveness innovative and transformative justice. The program educates social workers who make a difference through humility, relationships, and leading-edge practice.

It is the mission of The College of St. Scholastica Social Work Program to prepare social work practitioners who demonstrate entry-level competence, practice ethical behavior, promote social justice and serve diverse communities in the Benedictine tradition, which includes the values of community, hospitality, stewardship, and love of learning.

The College of St. Scholastica is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating an educational and work environment that is rich in diversity, inclusive and supportive of all students, faculty and staff. Individuals from diverse racial, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply. While there is no religious requirement, we are interested in individuals who value and support the rich Catholic Benedictine heritage of the College of St. Scholastica.

For more information and to apply, visit www.csshrjobs.com.

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FDL Tagwii Recovery Center

Title: Rule 25 Assessor, Full Time
Location: FDL Human Services – Mpls
Supervisor: Substance Use Disorder Coordinator
Salary: $27.00 – $31.05 per hour
Closing Date: February 7, 2020

General Summary:
The Rule 25 Assessor is responsible for working closely with the Rule 25 Clerk to schedule people that are referred for assessments and to determine the level of need of each person. Having knowledge of local and regional resources is necessary to make recommendations to address the identified needs. The Assessor will also communicate often with individuals who hold information regarding the referred person as well as making calls to other organizations to learn of availability of space for treatment placements or to inquire about specific services.

Position Responsibilities:
•  Conduct State of Minnesota Rule 25 Assessments authorizing chemical dependency treatment.
•  Follow the Fond du Lac Human Services requirements for assessments, placements and documentation.
•  Arrange for funding following state and federal guidelines for placement of clients in treatment facilities.
•  Provide/arrange for follow-up services for individuals completing chemical dependency treatment.
•  Refer clients to appropriate agencies/providers.
•  Work with individuals and families to develop appropriate chemical dependency service plans.
•  Provide appropriate education materials for staff and community.
•  Provide community outreach as needed.
•  Coordinate monthly sobriety feast.
•  Provide consultation to other Fond du Lac Human Services.
•  Submit required reports to all appropriate parties.
•  Attend Human Services staff meetings as directed.
•  Appropriate work attire is required.
•  Must attend all mandatory department trainings.
•  Ensures confidentiality of financial records and all records for employees, band members and/or clients.
•  Displays a responsive and professional manner in promptly responding to all requests, complaints, and problems.
•  Recognizes that each employee is a representative of the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa and is responsible for demonstrating courtesy, respect, and sensitivity to the needs of all others, including visitors and co-workers.
•  Represents the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa and the department in a positive and professional manner in the community.
•  Required to maintain proper attendance including reporting to work on time in accordance with applicable policies.
•  Maintains a clean and organized work area.
•  Due to changes and modifications in the job from time to time, employees are required to be flexible and assume other responsibilities assigned by management as deemed necessary.

Physical Requirements:
•  Normal physical requirements.

Position Qualifications:
•  Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor or Upper Midwest Indian Counselor for Alcohol Drugs equivalent or 30 hours of approved training and supervision to conduct Rule 25 Assessments is required.
•  Two years counseling experience is preferred.
•  Knowledge of computer applications to include word processing, Access, Excel and Microsoft Outlook is required.
•  Must be free of chemical use problems for at least 2 years immediately preceding hire and must sign a statement attesting to that fact.
•  Position requires on call availability.
•  Operations consist of shift work; seven days a week and on holidays.
•  Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing is required.
•  Ability to work independently and establish priorities is required.
•  Attention to detail and accuracy is required.
•  Ability to establish professional and harmonious working relationships on all projects and with all parties involved.
•  Subject to drug and alcohol testing in accordance with the Fond du Lac Reservation’s Personnel Policies.
•  Subject to pre-employment and annual background checks.

NATIVE AMERICAN PREFERENCE
PLEASE INCLUDE WITH APPLICATION YOUR CREDENTIALS AND RESUME

APPLY TO:
Fond du Lac Human Resources
1720 Big Lake Road
Cloquet, MN 55720

218-878-2653

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FDL Tagwii Recovery Center

Title: Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Lead Recovery Case Manager, Full Time
Location: FDL Human Services – Mpls
Supervisor: CD Program Supervisor
Salary: $26.00 – $29.90 per hour
Closing Date: February 6, 2020

General Summary:
Lead Recovery Case Manager will assist program supervisor or coordinator with providing day to day leadership, training and monitoring of program recovery case manager and client care being delivered. Lead Recovery Case Manager will ensure that case plans, data collection and intakes are completed in on time and in compliance with FDL Human Services/SUD policies. Lead Recovery Case Manager will have a reduced caseload based on program needs and availability.

Position Responsibilities:
•  Provide leadership, training and monitoring of program recovery case manager.
•  Develop and evaluate effectiveness of client recovery case plans.
•  Assist clients in overcoming barriers to completing treatment and maintaining sobriety.
•  Ensure that client contacts are made according to policy.
•  Assist with data and grant collection that pertains to case management services.
•  Arrange for substitute care in the absences of a client’s primary care recovery case manager.
•  Document client progress, charting and other record keeping as needed.
•  Assist in evaluation program procedures and content and recommend changes to department coordinator.
•  Transport and/or arrange for transportation of clients as necessary.
•  Facilitate or coordinate support groups including self-help, AA/NA or Family and Community Wellness groups.
•  Conduct intakes, case management planning, and discharge planning with individual clients.
•  Refer clients to appropriate community services providers.
•  Integrate program operations and individual client care with all other agencies and providers.
•  Ensure that all possible methods of billing and collecting for care have been pursued.
•  Submit monthly reports as directed.
•  Audit Recovery Case Managers clients charts for accuracy and clarity.
•  Appropriate work attire is required.
•  Must attend all mandatory department trainings.
•  Ensures confidentiality of financial records and all records for employees and/or clients.
•  Displays a responsive and professional manner in promptly responding to all requests, complaints, and problems.
•  Recognizes that each employee is a representative of the Fond du Lac Band of Lake • Superior Chippewa and is responsible for demonstrating courtesy, respect, and sensitivity to the needs of all others, including visitors and co-workers.
•  Represents the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa and the department in a positive and professional manner in the community.
•  Required to maintain proper attendance including reporting to work on time in accordance with applicable policies.
•  Maintains a clean and organized work area.
•  Due to changes and modifications in the job from time to time, employees are required to be flexible and assume other responsibilities assigned by management as deemed necessary.

Physical Requirements:
Normal physical requirements.

Position Qualifications:
•  Class D Driver’s License required and must be insurable under Fond du Lac’s insurance requirements.
•  Bachelor’s degree in Human Service Related Field is required.
•  ADC-I or UMICAD-I certified is required, if not certified at the time of hire, employee must become certified within 90 days of hire, and must maintain certification for duration of employment.
•  CPR certification is required; if not certified at the time of hire, employee must become certified within 6 months of hire, and must maintain certification for duration of employment.
•  LADC or ADC-III preferred.
•  3 years’ chemical dependency counseling or case management experience is preferred.
•  nowledge of computer applications to include word processing, Access, Excel and •  Microsoft Outlook is required.
•  Familiarity with the Fond du Lac community and its resources is required.
•  Must be free of chemical use problems for at least one year immediately preceding hire and must sign a statement attesting to that fact, and must remain free of chemical use problems for duration of employment.
•  Three to five years’ experience working with Native American communities, culture, customs, and beliefs is required.
•  Three to five years’ experience working with Native American clients, communities, and the ability to demonstrate cultural sensitivity is required.
•  Operations are conducted seven days a week; 24 hours a day; and on holidays.
•  Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing is required.
•  Ability to work independently and establish priorities is required.
•  Attention to detail and accuracy is required.
•  Ability to establish professional and harmonious working relationships on all projects and with all parties involved.
•  Subject to drug and alcohol testing in accordance with the Fond du Lac Reservation’s Personnel Policies.
•  Subject to pre-employment and annual background checks.
•  Travel is required.

NATIVE AMERICAN PREFERENCE
PLEASE INCLUDE WITH APPLICATION YOUR CREDENTIALS AND RESUME

APPLY TO:
Fond du Lac Human Resources
1720 Big Lake Road
Cloquet, MN 55720
218-878-2653

023020

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FDL Tagwii Recovery Center

Title: Alcohol & Drug Counselor (ADC) II, Full Time
Location: FDL Human Services – Mpls
Supervisor: Program Supervisor
Salary: $24.00 – $27.60 per hour
Closing Date: February 6, 2020

General Summary:
ADC Level II will provide direct outpatient drug and alcohol counseling to clients of the Fond du Lac Human Services co-occurring outpatient chemical dependency programs under the supervision of an approved clinical supervisor. ADC II and will assist the program supervisor with all aspects of program operations.

Position Responsibilities:
•  May conduct State of Minnesota Rule 25 Assessments, authorizing chemical dependency treatment.
•  Provide treatment planning per Fond du Lac Ordinance and the 12 core functions of counseling.
•  Provide screening chemical dependency.
•  Perform one to one counseling, conduct education groups and provide group support for Program clients and their families.
•  Provide follow-up services for individual clients transitioning into the Fond du Lac Human Services Outpatient Treatment Program.
•  Develop and provide appropriate educational materials for staff and community.
•  Participate on the client’s treatment team and collaborate with the treatment team members to promote the client’s recovery plan.
•  Submit required reports to all appropriate parties.
•  Appropriate work attire is required.
•  Must attend all mandatory department trainings.
•  Ensures confidentiality of financial records and all records for employees, band members and/or clients.
•  Displays a responsive and professional manner in promptly responding to all requests, complaints, and problems.
•  Recognizes that each employee is a representative of the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa and is responsible for demonstrating courtesy, respect, and sensitivity to the needs of all others, including visitors and co-workers.
•  Represents the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa and the department in a positive and professional manner in the community.
•  Required to maintain proper attendance including reporting to work on time in accordance with applicable policies.
•  Maintains a clean and organized work area.
•  Due to changes and modifications in the job from time to time, employees are required to be flexible and assume other responsibilities assigned by management as deemed necessary.

Physical Requirements:
•  Normal physical requirements.

Position Qualifications:
•  Class D Driver’s License is required and must be insurable under Fond du Lac’s insurance requirements.
•  Must have a two year degree from a program of human services, chemical health or related field from an accredited program and completed an 880 hour internship.
•  State Licensed ADC-Temporary or equivalent or eligible for Fond du Lac Reservation tribal licensure ADC II.
•  Must obtain a Fond du Lac Reservation ADC II license within 6 months of hire.
•  Must be CPR certified; if not currently certified must become CPR certified within 6 months of hire is required and must maintain CPR certification for duration of employment.
•  Must complete Fond du Lac NARCAN training within 6 months of hire.
•  If chemically dependent, must be free of use for at least two (2) years and able to document length of sobriety, and continued sobriety is required.
•  Must document competence in screening for and working with clients with mental health problems, through education, training, and experience.
•  One-year group and counseling experience is preferred.
•  Knowledge of computer applications to include word processing, Access, Excel and Microsoft Outlook is required.
•  Operations may consist of shift work; seven days a week and on holidays.
•  Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing is required.
•  Ability to work independently and establish priorities is required.
•  Attention to detail and accuracy is required.
•  Ability to establish professional and harmonious working relationships on all projects and with all parties involved.
•  Subject to drug and alcohol testing in accordance with the Fond du Lac Reservation’s

Personnel Policies.
•  Subject to pre-employment and annual background checks.
•  Travel is required.

NATIVE AMERICAN PREFERENCE
PLEASE INCLUDE WITH APPLICATION YOUR CREDENTIALS AND RESUME

APPLY TO:

Fond du Lac Human Resources
1720 Big Lake Road
Cloquet, MN 55720
218-878-2653

023020

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Central Minnesota Legal Services:
Client Services/Intake position available full time for its Minneapolis office.

Responsibilities: This position is the first point of contact for clients applying for legal assistance. The intake process includes initial screening for financial and other eligibility requirements, interviewing clients to obtain information relevant to their legal issue, and follow-up to obtain any documents or information necessary to complete the application. Interviews generally take place over the phone or in person at legal clinics in the community, with an occasional in-person interview in the CMLS office. Additional duties include drafting case notes of intake interviews for attorney review, entering case information into the CMLS electronic case management system, general clerical duties such as making photocopies, and other duties as assigned.

The person hired will work within a team or other intake staff, and attorneys practicing in the areas of family law, housing law, and public benefits. After training, the goal will be for the chosen applicant to perform day-to-day tasks independently under the supervision of the CMLS Data and Technology Manager.

Background: CMLS is a 3-office program with 28 employees, providing free legal representation to low-income clients in 21 counties in central Minnesota. This position will be in the Minneapolis office but may require travel throughout the metro area. The mission of Central Minnesota Legal Services is to advocate for access to the civil justice system for low income people by providing high quality legal services and to improve the lives of people living in poverty by empowering self-advocacy skills through legal education.

CMLS is funded primarily by a grant from the Legal Services Corporation. CMLS also has other funding sources to provide civil legal services to other low-income populations in its 21-county service area. CMLS enjoys a good rapport with, and strong support from, the organized bar and the local judiciary.

Qualifications: Demonstrated commitment to the problems of individuals experiencing poverty and vulnerable persons. Experience working with vulnerable persons and persons experiencing trauma. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Detail-oriented. Ability to work with interpreters. Knowledge of community resources for individuals with low-income. Understanding of the state court system. Ability to multi-task and work in a fast-paced office with a collaborative, supportive team environment. Familiarity with Microsoft Office and navigating websites. Ability to work with electronic case management systems, Office 365, and use multiple systems simultaneously. Preference for candidates with experience working in the legal system or other systems in which trauma informed advocacy are performed. Valid driver’s license and reliable vehicle required for occasional travel. Ability to speak Spanish/Somali a plus.

Salary: D.O.E. FTE pursuant to the CMLS salary schedule. Excellent benefits.

Starting Date: As close to March 15, 2020 as possible.

Application Deadline: February 14, 2020 or until filled.

Send or e-mail resume, cover letter, references and writing sample to:
Calista Moxey, CMLS, 111North Fifth Street #402, Minneapolis, MN 55403

info@centralmnlegal.org

No Phone Calls

CMLS is an equal opportunity employer.

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Central Minnesota Legal Services
is seeking to fill a full-time staff attorney position in its Minneapolis office.

Responsibilities: The attorney will focus primarily on housing law, with potential to expand into a secondary practice area. CMLS is enhancing its housing law work in Anoka County with a special project. In addition to other landlord-tenant law litigation, the attorney hired will help staff a courthouse-based housing clinic in collaboration with other partner organizations.

Background: The mission of Central Minnesota Legal Services is to advocate for access to the civil justice system for low income people by providing high quality legal services and to improve the lives of people living in poverty by empowering self-advocacy skills through legal education. CMLS is a 3-office program with 28 employees providing free legal representation to low-income clients in 21 counties in central Minnesota. The Minneapolis office serves Anoka and Hennepin Counties.

CMLS is funded primarily by a grant from the Legal Services Corporation. CMLS also has other funding sources to provide civil legal services to specific low-income populations in its service area. CMLS enjoys a good rapport with, and strong support from, the organized bar and the local judiciary.

Qualifications: Demonstrated commitment and sensitivity to the problems of individuals experiencing poverty. Prior housing law experience is a plus. Poverty law litigation experience or law school clinical experience a plus. Candidates should be licensed to practice law in Minnesota or be a candidate for Bar admission. Attorneys admitted to practice in another state with 18 months’ employment in a poverty law office can obtain temporary pre-exam admission. Valid driver’s license and reliable vehicle required. Ability to speak a second language, particularly Spanish or Somali, is a plus.

Demonstrated ability to work effectively with people from different cultural backgrounds is essential. Must have strong communication skills, ability to work constructively in a team setting, exhibit good judgment, ability to learn quickly and work independently, and be able to effectively handle contested hearings.

Salary: $51,000+ D.O.E. pursuant to the CMLS salary schedule. Excellent benefits.

Starting Date: As close to March 15, 2020 as possible.

Application Deadline: February 14, 2020 or until filled.

Send or e-mail resume, cover letter, references and writing sample to:
Calista Moxey, CMLS, 111North Fifth Street #402, Minneapolis, MN 55403

cmls@centralmnlegal.org

No Phone Calls

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