Alcohol & Drug Counselor Training

Job Title: Alcohol & Drug Counselor Training
Department: Social Services
Reports to: Social Services Director
FLSA Status: Full time, non-exempt
Opens: Nov. 1 (grant funded)
Closes: Until filled
Salary: $20/hr



This position requires working towards a CADC-1. This position works under a Federal and State funded program. They are to develop the prevention plan and coordinate all objectives assigned within the A/D service program.  This position also requires teamwork and collaboration with the Tribal programs, Tribal community, and Local community to develop and execute alcohol and drug prevention programs.



  • Complete assessments, capacity building, planning and evaluation as defined in State Contract.
  • Develop a yearly plan for prevention, complete required goals and objectives and all reporting requirements to the state.
  • Utilizing prevention framework, provide education, information, and research-based prevention presentations to the community.
  • Utilize alcohol and drug evidenced based curriculums to teach A/D groups for adults and youth.
  • Collaborate with Tribal Programs and other community partners to offer outreach activities, training etc.
  • Implement and manage projects including evaluation, monitoring budgets, and maintaining reporting requirements under the A/D program.
  • Attend quarterly prevention meetings.
  • Collaborate with schools to offer prevention training to students.
  • Document services in useful ways both to the care provider and to the management for quality improvement services, complete all reports, data collection, evaluation and forms required for ongoing grant allocations.
  • Track and monitor client data.
  • Travel and/or zoom meetings as required for grant orientation and regional training.
  • Develop comprehensive, client centered care plans that support the culture of the community.
  • Deliver person centered care by developing protocol and relationships with clients and service providers. Independently analyze and resolve problems.
  • Utilize Tribal newsletter to communicate progress to community.



To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and or ability required.



Must be a team player working within the Social Services and Prevention Programs to collaborate and offer outreach and prevention opportunities.  Conduct literature and resource reviews to identify evidence-based programs, procedures and best practices including Tribal Best Practices.  Training as required by Social Service Director.  Other job duties as assigned.



Must be willing to learn skills relating to community partnering, facilitation, convening, network building, resource development, managing performance measurement systems, leadership, public speaking skills and the ability to communicate verbally and in writing with a wide variety of people. Gathering, assembling, analyzing, and disbursing data for system planning and development. Monitoring fiscal record keeping and overseeing contracts for compliance.



Indian preference will be given to candidates showing proof of enrollment in a federally recognized tribe. In the absence of Indian applications meeting the qualifications as listed above, all applicants not entitled to or who fail to claim Indian Preference, will receive consideration without regard to race, color, sex, political preference, age, religion, or national origin.


Successful Candidate must:

  • Submit to, and pass a drug test
  • Agree to a criminal background check
  • Sign confidentiality clause

Return completed Burns Paiute Indian Tribal Application, cover letter, transcripts, and resume to

Human Resources Director

100 Pasigo St

Burns, OR 97720


Fax: 541-573-2323

Email: [email protected]