Counseling Supervisor

Counseling Port Angeles, Washington


Position at BAART Programs

 Compassionate Substance Abuse Counseling Supervisor

BAART services is dedicated to providing individualized treatment integrating pharmacotherapy, clinical counseling, recovery support and medical services.

BAART, addiction treatment programs deliver medically-supervised services for adults in a variety of modalities and settings. As the largest specialty organization addressing the opioid crisis, we have unlimited opportunities for those looking to make a difference. At BAART, we believe in delivering a higher level of care to our patients, not just talking about it. We are committed to treating our patients and each other with dignity and respect in a culture that fosters excellence in all that we do.


Title: Substance Abuse Counselor Supervisor
Location: Port Angeles, WA
Schedule: M-F 5:30am-2pm – BRAND NEW CLINIC!


Primary Job Function:

Substance abuse counselor  will be in charge with assisting patients through medically assisting treatments and offering techniques for handling opioid addiction. Counselor conducts individual sessions and group sessions to assist with crisis management and coping strategies. Counselor will evaluate patients’ progress during counseling and collaborate with doctors, nurses and other counselors to assist the patients’ achieving overall outcome.


Essential Job Functions:

  • Assigns counselors’ caseloads, amends when necessary
  • Perform regular, individual supervision with each counselor
  • Approve all Treatment work
  • Schedule staff training
  • Perform regular patient file audits and address problem areas immediately
  • Manages all counseling staff. Facilitates performance improvement discussions, documentation and follow up
  • Other related duties as determined by supervisor


Qualifications | Education | Certifications:

  • A certified CDP or a person who meets or exceeds the requirements of a certified CDP in the state of Washington, and who would be eligible to take the examination required for certification.
  • Must have at least 4,000 hours of experience in a state approved chemical dependency treatment agency in addition to the supervised experience hours required to become a CDP. May substitute 28 clock hours of recognized supervisory training for 1,000 hours of experience.
  • A CDP credentialed according to WAC 246-811-077 may meet the requirements to be an approved supervisor under subsections (2) and (3) of this section by:
    • Completing fifteen hundred hours of experience in a state approved chemical dependency treatment agency. These hours are in addition to the supervised experience hours required to become a CDP;
  • Completing twenty-eight clock hours of supervisory training provided by an industry-recognized local, state, national, or international organization or institution of higher learning as defined in WAC 246-811-200(5); and completing 36 hours of education specific to: counselor development; professional and ethical standards; program development and quality assurance; performance evaluation; administration; treatment knowledge; and Washington state law regarding substance use disorder treatment.


  • Competitive salary
  • Comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, vision and 401(K)
  • Generous paid time off and paid holidays
  • Free CEUs offered
  • Excellent growth and development opportunities through our counselor career path
  • Rewarding opportunity with the ability to impact individuals’ life
  • Birthday PTO


What to expect from us:

BAART a progressive substance abuse treatment organization is committed to the highest quality of patient care in a comfortable outpatient clinic setting.  Our ultimate goal is to address the physical, emotional, and mental aspects of opioid use disorder to help each of our patients achieve long-term recovery and an improved quality of life.  

BAART is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and to compliance with all Federal, State and local laws that prohibit employment discrimination on the basis of race, color, age, natural origin, ethnicity, religion, gender, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, citizenship, genetic disposition, disability or veteran’s status or any other classification protected by State/Federal laws.