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TEAP Specialist (4570-183)
Alutiiq LLC | Albuquerque, New Mexico
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Job Description

Position Overview:

Develops and implements the Trainee Employee Assistance Program (TEAP) and Tobacco Use Prevention Program (TUPP) which includes assessment, intervention, counseling relapse prevention, prevention and education.

Primary/Major Duties and Responsibilities (Essential Functions):

* Ensures the TEAP program meets requirements set by DOL, Corporate and Center policies, including: assessment, intervention, counseling, relapse prevention, prevention, and education
* Ensures specimen collection and handling comply with chain of custody procedures.
* Provides prevention and intervention services and short-term treatment that will enhance student participation in the program and employability.
* Provides group TEAP counseling.
* Coordinates with the CMHC, Center physician, health and wellness staff, and other designated staff to ensure intervention components are fully understood and integrated on Center.
* Develops and maintains a list of students who are or have been involved in the program. Ensures required and accurate reporting of all TEAP related data.
* Administers Center's TUPP program: Develops and implements a program to prevent the onset of tobacco use and to promote tobacco-free individuals and environments. Provides educational materials and activities that support the delaying and/or cessation of tobacco use. Tracks progress in TUPP program. Ensures required reporting and documentation in TUPP related activities.
* Enters information into CIS as required. Maintains accurate hard and electronic copy files as necessary to ensure department meets DOL, Corporate, and Center expectations. Runs CIS reports to ensure information entered is accurate.

Secondary Duties and Responsibilities:

* Assists in developing Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for program components.
* Networks with Center staff and community agencies to provide support services to students.
* Participates in CMT, ensures that all staff participate in CMT.
* Provide support to the Career Development Services System (CDSS) department to ensure student job readiness.
* All other duties as assigned.

Required Skills

Required Education and Experience:

* Active, Unrestricted substance abuse license or certification that meets the minimum state licensing or certification requirements to practice in the state where the Center is located.
* Valid state driver's license.
* CPR certification.

About Alutiiq LLC

Alutiiq provides Education and Training Services to various Department of Labor Job Corp facilities or campuses. These campuses provide educational, vocational and life skills training to economically disadvantaged students. More than 75 percent of those who enroll in Job Corps become employed, obtain further training or participate in higher education, or join the military becoming productive, self-sufficient members of society. Alutiiq operates the Flint/Genesee Job Corps Center, and partners with ResCare Inc. in the operation of three other Job Corps Centers, Northland, Tulsa and Treasure Island. In addition, Alutiiq operates the Outreach and Admissions and Career Transition Services (Placement) in the state of New Jersey and in New York City for 2,750 arrivals and is responsible for placing over 400 completed students annually. Alutiiq is also responsible for 429 student arrivals in Oklahoma as part of a sub contract with ResCare in the operation of the Tulsa Job Corps Center. Job Corps is the nation's oldest residential, educational and training program for young adults. Originally formed in 1964 under the Office of Economic Opportunity, it has successfully trained more than 2.0 million young people. Job corps is divided into six regions, each made up of several states. There are more than 120 campuses nationwide, including the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. Job is operated as a public-private partnership. The government provides facilities and equipment for the Centers. Private companies, and several other federal agencies such as the U.S. Forest Service, Parks Service, Bureau of Reclamation and Fish and Wildlife, contract with the Department of Labor to operate the Centers, recruit young men and women and provide job placement services. A unique approach, integrating academic, vocational and social skills training in a residential program, is employed. This gives young people a chance to change their lives and obtain realistic work experience and life skills. Active employer involvement in center training is also key to ensuring that students receive the work-related training needed to become competitive in the marketplace. Alutiiq supports Job Corps Centers nationwide to include the following: Flint/Genesee Job Corps Center, Flint, Michigan (Prime Contractor) Capacity 330, male/female to include non-resident students. Special Features: The Center operates a Day Care Center for 40 children and 30 students in conjunction with Head Start of Michigan. Vocational offerings: Business Clerical, Accounting Clerk, Computer Support Specialist, Health Occupations, Dispensing Optician, Dental Assistant, Manufacturing Technician, Welding, and Union operated Bricklayer, Carpentry and Painter.

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