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Anderson County Family Drug Treatment Court

Family Drug Treatment Court Director


  • Manage caseload of all juveniles and parents/guardians enrolled in program
  • Work with Family Drug Treatment Court Team to monitor participant progress
  • Make home and school visits to participating families
  • Hold occasional night/weekend activities for participants
  • Administer and monitor urine drug tests
  • Present weekly progress to Family Drug Treatment Court Team
  • Create and submit quarterly progress reports to Executive Director, County Commission, and Oliver Springs City Council
  • Track program efforts to ensure project goals, objectives and activities are being successfully completed
  • Participate in Family Drug Treatment Court-related conferences and/or training program
  • Present program findings to elected officials and community stakeholders
  • Be available to law enforcement agencies and respond immediately to inquiries regarding program participants
  • Collaborate with community agencies to generate in-kind program resources
  • Work with Executive Director to identify sustainable funding sources
  • Other duties as assigned by Executive Director



  • Strong initiative and sense of collaboration
  • Strong organizational skills; ability to multi-task
  • Computer skills, including knowledge of Word, Powerpoint, Outlook, Facebook, and Twitter. Knowledge of WordPress preferred
  • Proficiency with written and spoken communication
  • Candidates should have a working knowledge of the Court system and Tennessee law
  • Candidates should be licensed as an Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor
  • Candidates must possess a valid driver’s license
  • Candidates must possess a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university
  • Candidates must pass a background check and a drug screen
  • Candidates must be adaptable and flexible, able to work with a diverse population



  • This position is a dependent on grant funds. Salary commensurate with experience. Employee shall be expected to work 40 hours per week, including some evenings and weekends.


Candidates may apply by emailing application materials to ASAPofAnderson@gmail.com or by sending hard copies to 101 S. Main Street, Suite 465, Clinton, TN 37716-3622. No phone calls, please.

Application materials include application (ASAP Application for Employment), resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to ASAPofAnderson@gmail.com

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