The Wellness Coach is responsible for supporting the wellness goals of patients impacted by chemical dependency and symptoms of withdrawal as identified by a healthcare practitioner. The Wellness Coach will work in partnership with a healthcare clinic to serve the target population.
- Demonstrate empathy, caring, and concern to bolster individual’s health and well-being.
- Assist individuals in the development of goals and a wellness plan.
- Provide concrete assistance to help individuals accomplish tasks.
- Facilitate contacts with other people to promote learning of social and recreational skills, create community, and acquire a sense of belonging.
- Work independently in community settings with flexible working hours.
- Integrate strength and evidence-based practices into daily interactions with individuals.
- Provide responsible documentation of services provided in client record.
- Attend ongoing training as required by supervisor.
- Must have knowledge surrounding behavioral health and wellness as well as working with persons with chemical dependency.
- Willingness to submit to a pre-employment drug screen.
- Must have transportation.
- Ability to work independently and yet maintain close, collaborative relationships with coalition team, community stakeholders and other agency staff.
- Ability to manage time effectively.
- Knowledge and experience using Microsoft Office Suite, Teams, Office 365
- Knowledge and experience using various online platforms such as Zoom, and Go To Meetings.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Case Management activities and knowledge of community resources for social support.
- Knowledge of mutual-help groups, their functions, values/beliefs and how to access.
- Attend Sexual Harassment Awareness Training at Orientation.
- Attend HIV/ AIDS Model Workplace Guidelines Training at Orientation.
- Attend Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and First Aid Training within 60 days of employment or have valid certification upon hire. Must maintain valid certification while employed.
- Attend Suicide Prevention Training Annually.
- Attend Continuum of Care Training Annually.
- Attend Reporting Child Abuse Training Annually.
- Attend Stigma, Overdose Prevention Training Annually.
- Attend HHSC Cyber Security Training Annually.
- Attend Human Trafficking Awareness Training Annually.
- Attend at least one Youth or Adult Mental Health First Aid Training.
- Attend Safety trainings as scheduled or assigned. (Active Shooter/ Stop the Bleed.
Use the form below to provide us your information and Resume/CV file.
Send your resume and this SACADA Employment Application Form (Fillable PDF) completed, via Email Gloria Solis at firstname.lastname@example.org or fax them to 210-225-4768.
SACADA is an Equal Opportunity employer. Personnel are chosen on the basis of ability without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, marital status or sexual orientation, in accordance with federal and state law.