This full-time position’s primary responsibility will be court ordered screening and assessments. These services include, but are not limited to, Screening and Assessment of DWI offenders and others as ordered by the courts, referred by attorneys, and other agencies. This employee will assist with efforts to reduce DWI, binge drinking, underage drinking, and other alcohol and drug related harm. The employee must possess excellent interpersonal skills. This is position that requires attention to details, ability to work independently, strong organizational skills and the ability to multi-task and prioritize in a fast-paced setting. The employee will work with confidential data and sensitive health information. This position requires excellent administrative, teamwork skills and frequent contact with Eddy County Courts. Accurate record keeping is a requirement of this position. Attendance and reporting at the monthly DWI Program Advisory Council meeting is required. This position is grant funded and will remain in effect as long as grant funding is available. The successful candidate will perform all duties with minimal supervision, may be required to work irregular hours, attend job related meetings, and perform other duties as assigned. Job offer contingent upon pre-employment physical and drug screen.