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LPC Clinical Supervisor for Master's Level Clinicians
ThriveworksNorcross, GA
Associated topics: addiction, behavioral, behavioral healthcare, coordinator, domestic, family, lmsw, mental health, rww, youth
Full-time
Clinical Coordinator
Recovery Centers of AmericaSt Charles, IL
Certified addiction counselor (CADC or CAC)
Full-time
Addiction Counselor Adult Outpatient Satellite North
Jackson Recovery Centers, Inc. / JRCSpencer, IA
Certified Substance Abuse Counselor (tCDAC/CADC.
Admissions Counselor
Acadia HealthcareLemont, IL
Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center is respected nationwide for its treatment of eating disorders, addiction, and co-occurring mental health concerns.
Full-time
Peer Recovery Specialist
Aware Recovery CareNashua, NH
Certified Addiction Counselor (CAC), Drug and Alcohol Recovery Counselor (DARC), Relativity Certified Administrator (RCA), Certified Peer Recovery Specialist (CPRS) and/or any other applicable trainings/certifications related to addiction treatment.
Full-time
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How People With ADHD Can Excel at Remote Work

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) can present many challenges and can even be difficult to understand. I mean only 4-5% of adults in the US are diagnosed, but it is estimated that very few adults get diagnosed or treated for it. Therefore, there's no way to know how many working adults actually suffer from high-functioning ADHD in the workplace.

Counselor Aide - East Morris County
Preferred Behavioral HealthMorris Plains, NJ
Preferred Behavioral Health Group is one of the largest non-profit agencies in Monmouth and Ocean Counties that provides behavioral health treatment and services encompassing mental health, substance use and addiction programs.
Residential Counselor - Mental Health
TelecareSan Carlos, CA
Our member participants have had hard lives, many suffering from young childhood traumas, and they now suffer from homelessness, alcohol and drug addiction, food insecurity, justice involved history, comorbidities and more.
Counselor / Therapist - Behavioral Health - Concord
Amatus HealthDover, NH
Flexibility to adapt to schedule changes and assumption of responsibilities not delineated in the job description which are related to work as a member of an addiction treatment team.
Program Director
JobotAlbany, GA
We are a leading provider of opioid addiction treatment services.
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Learning About Job Titles for Professional Positions

Job titles can tell job seekers and prospective employees a lot about a particular company and position, but job titles have gone through many changes throughout the years. While traditional corporate titles like “Senior Vice President of Marketing” still remain, many company leaders are looking to appeal to younger workers with modern job titles like “Sales Ninja” and “Social Media Guru.” So with things being constantly being shaken up, this is everything job seekers and employees need to know about job titles. 

Mobile Crisis Licensed Substance Abuse Professional
Therapeutic AlternativesAsheboro, NC
Must be fully licensed by the North Carolina Substance Abuse Professional Certification Board as Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist - LCAS, Certified Clinical Supervisor - CCS, or Certified Substance Abuse Counselor - CSAC.
Full-time
Counselor I
Tarzana Treatment CenterNorthridge, CA
Current enrollment in an academic Addiction Studies Program
Clinical Supervisor (Board Approved)
Minnesota CarePartnerSt Paul, MN
We believe that for many, chronic social Injustice fuels the cycle of illness, addiction, and pain.
Full-time
Recovery Specialist II
Berkshire Health Systems, Inc.Pittsfield, MA
License, Certification # Registration: CPR within three months of hire ACE - Addiction Counselor Education (ACE) or Associates Degree required.
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Diversity in the Workplace: How to Update Your Hiring Practices to Attract More Talent

Google, Apple and IBM are just some of the companies whose hiring practices no longer prioritize or require a university degree in their job descriptions. Instead, they’ve begun emphasizing employability skills, and moved towards skills based hiring for some of their roles as a better indicator of what would make a good employee. Likewise, in light of more recent events of racial injustice, harassement and gender inequality, many businesses are taking a second look at their recruitment strategy to build more inclusive workplaces.

Outpatient Counselor (Substance Abuse & Mental Health)
Advanced Recovery SystemsDenver, CO
Overview: Outpatient Counselor (Substance Abuse & Mental Health) Come Join our New Outpatient Facility in Denver that will be opening soon Advanced Recovery Systems is an integrated behavioral healthcare management company dedicated to the treatment of addiction, substance abuse, eating disorders and mental health issues.
Mental Health Counselor / Clinician - LPC, LCSW
CoreCivicLa Junta, CO
CoreCivic is a Drug-Free Workplace & EOE including Disability/Veteran Associated topics: addiction, cell, clinician, family, forensic, hcpc, lcsw, outreach, social service, tirr
Full-time

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