DUI Instructor – Monterey County

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Posted: Friday, August 21st, 2020

Job Description

Responsible for teaching the educational component of all Driving Under the Influence program levels; providing clients with appropriate placement and orientation within the DUI program; conducting all levels of DUI group process counseling services. Maintain high level of confidentiality.  Group Facilitators conduct group and education classes. Record Group progress notes and individual interview summaries according to Title 9 standards.


Minimum Qualifications

Experience working with adults in the alcohol and drug addictions field. SUD State Certification or registration with certifying body required.


POSITION: DUI Instructor

LOCATION: Monterey County

SALARY RANGE: $18.79 – $22.06

SCHEDULE: Full-Time & Part-Time available

APPLY BY: Will accept applications until filled

APPLY TO: David Torres at

FAX:  (831) 753-6005 Attn: David Torres


Principle Responsibilities:

The following responsibilities represent the essential functions of the position.  An employee in this classification is responsible for carrying out the following functions:


  1. Conduct educational classes following specific curriculum and adhering to Title 9 guidelines.
  2. Accurately and promptly record and submit client attendance per State guidelines.
  3. Become knowledgeable of local and State DUI issues and alcohol and drug research information and integrate into the educational curriculum.
  4. Ability to conduct intake interviews effectively and in a culturally competent manner. Provide information on class, group, and interview schedules; CAGE test results, providing referral if necessary; causes for termination; attendance /absence policy; leave of absence policy and procedures; fee payment schedule and additional fee charges. Conduct exit interviews.
  5. Perform fee assessments and adjustments to the financial agreement; Process all paperwork for schedules, leaves, etc.
  6. Record Group progress notes and individual interview summaries according to Title 9 standards.
  7. Assures compliance with agency policies and procedures.
  8. Assures compliance with all safety regulations.
  9. Assures compliance with all client confidentiality requirements.
  10. May perform special projects or other duties as assigned to assure the efficiency and effectiveness of the program.



NOTE: Employees will be required to be fingerprinted and will be subject to clearance by the Department of Justice.

An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer
Racial/ethnic minorities, women, people with disabilities, Vietnam veterans, and people in Recovery are encouraged to apply for all positions