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To obtain a position in Human Service Case Manager
Obtain my license as a chemical dependency counselor.
to work with individuals having difficulties in dealing with addiction problems at work, family, personal & legal problems.
In particular, I possess more than sixteen years of experience in the counseling field, and therefore I am confident in my ability to competently represent your organization to maintain and to enhance the quality of support services with your clients and the community at large.
Tags for this Online Resume: Chemical Dependency Counselor
I would like to change my career and still be able to work with people
To obtain a position as a licensed alcohol and drug counselor/case manager where I will be able to utilize my skills, experience and training.
My objective is to continue utilizing my education, training, skills and experiences to better achieve the overall goals established early in my life and career. In other words, helping and influencing individuals to reach their maximum God given potential while working together with organizations to promote and underscore the highest moral and ethical standards in healthcare and to make significant contributions to the org...
Tags for this Online Resume: Licensed LTC Administrator, Licensed Marriage/Family Therapist, Counseling and Mediation, Certified Adddition Specialist, Chemical Dependency Counselor, Healthcare Executive Director
My career objective is to assist my employer/supervisor in becoming even more successful. I would like to share my lifetime of experience with younger workers, especially my superiors. My goal is to be a very valuable co-worker;seemingly irreplaceable would be nice.
To assist chemically dependent clients on their road to recovery