Tribal Opioid Response Case Manager

Chickaloon Village Traditional Council (Nay’dini’aa Na’)

Health & Social Services Department



Internal/External Position Announcement


Job Title:          Tribal Opioid Response Case Manager

Department:    Health & Social Services

Reports to:        Health & Social Services Assistant Director


Position Summary:

The Tribal Opioid Response (TOR) Case Manager provides direct case-management services, as needed, in accordance with best practices to support and advocate for participants ongoing living needs of those who are experiencing Substance Use Disorder (SUD). In collaboration with CVTC’s H&SS Director, H&SS Assistant Director, TOR Caseworkers, the Behavioral Health Program, and other local resources, the TOR Case Manager provides: motivational and trauma informed interviewing; guidance with community living skills; and social, emotional and recovery support to participants in regaining balance and control of their lives while recovering from substance misuse. Additional duties include: transportation of clients, participating in team treatment meetings, facilitating groups, conducting home visits, and providing ongoing general support. The TOR Case Manager will be responsible for maintaining accurate, timely and compliant documentation, and program data. The TOR Case Manager is an active role model of wellness and recovery for participants and provides compassionate care and client advocacy. This is a full-time, 40 hour per week benefited position.




High School Diploma or GED. Preferably has successfully completed a Chemical Dependency Counselor 1 training or is willing to obtain once hired by CVTC.


Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Social Work, Counseling, Healthcare Administration, or related field is preferred but not required. Could be substituted with four additional years of progressive and relevant work experience.



One to two years of experience providing support with recovery related services and case management to those experiencing SUD. The successful applicant must have advanced problem-solving skills for appropriate and effective client case conceptualization and treatment and work well independently as well as with a team. The successful applicant is required to utilize basic office equipment, computers, and vehicles for performing home visits as needed.

Must have valid Alaska Driver’s License and be insurable by CVTC’s vehicle insurance policy.

New hires for this position are subject to pre-hire and random alcohol/drug testing.


A federal and state background check is required for this position. Background checks are  conducted every two years as a condition of employment.



As allowed in P.L. 93-638, preference for employment will be given to Alaska Native and American Indian Peoples. CVTC also has a local hiring preference.


The application deadline is 9:00AM on Friday, January 21st. Please contact Human Resources at or (907) 745-0749 with any questions. Visit and select the job link to apply.

Palmer, AK

9 day(s) ago

Tribal Affiliation(s)
Any Affiliation

Closing Date 2022-01-21