Demand for addiction professionals continues to grow. Many of the treatment field's leading organizations recruit students and alumni of the Hazelden Betty Ford Graduate School of Addiction Studies. Careers at Hazelden Betty Ford The Professional Education and Continuum Solutions team has a job opening that is remote and on-call, that would be a good fit for current graduate students. The role supports the delivery of the team’s virtual training and consulting services, hosted on Zoom, On24 and our Learning Management System, Thought Industries. We are looking for tech-savvy, schedule flexible folks who can support our training team and their customers, by navigating the features of each platform during live trainings (audio, video, breakout rooms, polls etc.). Hours are flexible, with occasional nights and weekends possible. To learn more about the role, please visit our careers page. Email hiring manager, Allison Fischbach with any questions. Hazelden Betty Ford in Center City, Minnesota has two openings for full-time Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselors and one on-call Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor. Hazelden Betty Ford in Newberg has an opening for a full-time Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC) for their Women’s Residential Program. Please contact Teri Weber-Harris for additional information. Hazelden Betty Ford in Chaska has an opening for a full-time Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC) for their Men’s Evening Program. There is an option for a 4-10 hour option schedule. Please contact Al Updike for additional information. Hazelden Betty Ford in Plymouth has an opening for a full-time Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC) for our adolescent and young adult evening Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). This position is for Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from noon-10:30 p.m. (no Wednesdays or weekends). View more employment opportunities at Hazelden Betty Ford. Job Opportunities Outside of Hazelden Betty Ford The College of New Jersey in Ewing New Jersey is hiring a Recovery and Prevention Coordinator. The Recovery and Prevention Coordinator (RPC) is responsible for assisting with the development and implementation of programs that provide comprehensive support services along the alcohol and drug continuum of care ranging from prevention/harm reduction to intervention/counseling to recovery support. This position will have a strong emphasis on the development and implementation of recovery support and prevention services. A Master's degree is preferred and credentialed or experience as a Peer Recovery Specialist or Recovery Coach is preferred. Sitka Counseling and Prevention Services, based in Sitka Alaska, is hiring a Residential Coordinator. The Residential Coordinator assists in the day-to-day operations of the Residential program and supports appropriate staff. This includes overseeing staff schedules and delegating routine tasks, coordinating intake of new clients, facilitating referrals of clients to community resources, and reviewing treatment plans. An Associate’s degree in a behavioral health field and Alaska BHC I/CDC I (S, within one year of hire) required. Two years of substance use/mental health direct service experience also required. Sitka Counseling and Prevention Services, based in Sitka Alaska, is hiring a Behavioral Health Program Manager. The BH Program Manager applies program management, supervisory, and clinical skills to manage assigned Residential substance use/mental health programs. A Master’s degree in a behavioral health field and Alaska CDC I certification is required. Two years of supervisory experience, CPR/First Aid also required. Sitka Counseling and Prevention, based in Sitka Alaska, is hiring a Behavioral Health Clinician. The BH Clinician II applies mental health/addiction counseling knowledge, skills, and abilities to conduct mental health and/or substance abuse screening, assessment, and treatment services to clients within various treatment modalities in a residential setting. A Master’s degree in a behavioral health field, LPC/LCSW, and two years of direct mental health/substance abuse clinical experience is required. Alaska CDC I/BHC I certification and two years of supervisory experience also required (there may be a waiver for one year). Sitka Counseling and Prevention, based in Sitka Alaska, is hiring a Behavioral Health Clinician. The BH Clinician I applies mental health/addiction counseling knowledge, skills, and abilities to conduct mental health and/or substance abuse screening, assessment, and treatment services to clients within various treatment modalities. A Master’s degree in a behavioral health field and one year of direct mental health/substance abuse clinical experience is required. Alaska CDC I/BHC I certification and one year of supervisory experience also required (there may be a waiver for one year). Sitka Counseling and Prevention, based in Sitka Alaska, is hiring a Behavioral Health Clinical Supervisor. The BH Clinical Supervisor is responsible for the clinical management of behavioral health treatment staff including program planning/implementation, clinical development/supervision, program evaluation, and outcome measures. A Master’s degree in a behavioral health field, Alaska CDC S certification or the ability to obtain one within one year, and LPC, LCSW, or MFT licensure or the ability to obtain licensure within six months is required. Two years’ experience as a clinical supervisor in the mental health or substance abuse treatment field, one year supervising or directing clinical services, and documented experience in program planning and implementation is also required. The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio is hiring an Alcohol Tobacco and Other Drug (ATOD) Prevention Coordinator. The ATOD Coordinator coordinates ATOD prevention efforts of the center including; overseeing the day-to-day operations, assessment, and expansion of the BASICS (Brief Alcohol Screening & Intervention for College Students), CASICS (Cannabis Screening & Intervention for College Students), group diversion programs and tobacco cessation services within the Student Life Student Wellness Center; provides 1:1 and group educational intervention services to students as needed; recruits, trains and provides ongoing supervision of ATOD student support team; facilitates student led content creation related to ATOD; trains students on presentations and presents on an as needed basis; supports center wide work to build and maintain partnerships with campus and community entities to address alcohol and other drug misuse; maintains up-to-date records, analyzes data and evaluate programs related to BASICS,CASICS and Diversion programs; oversees the administration of ScreenU. A Bachelor's degree is required (Master's degree in relevant field is preferred). Turnbridge, a mental health and substance use treatment provider based in Connecticut, is hiring therapists and case managers for our nationally-recognized long-term program for young adults struggling with and overcoming mental health and substance use challenges. Therapists office at our central clinic in downtown New Haven and engage our core program clients, typically ages 18 to 27, in group, individual, and family therapy, as well as liaise with team members to provide excellent treatment. Therapists must be fully licensed as LPC, LCSW, or LMFT. We have relocation reimbursement available for excellent candidates! As noted, we are also hiring case managers, who help clients get connected to the community, coach them along their journey, and work closely with team members to provide an excellent and challenging client experience. Case managers office at the various residences where core program clients live as they phase through our program; case managers do not need to be fully licensed. If you're interested in either a therapist or case manger position, please call or text Jack Britton at 972-743-6797. Jack graduated from HBFGS in 2011, worked in Texas thereafter, and moved to Connecticut in 2016 to work for Turnbridge. Continue Your Career Search Visit HigherEdJobs, a leading source for jobs and career information in academia. Explore Indeed to review job postings for substance abuse/addiction counselors, directors and other related positions. Post your resume on the NAATP website. Send resumes (without indentations) to Angela Abshire at firstname.lastname@example.org for posting. Licensing requirements vary from state to state and are subject to change. Review the Licensure by State to understand individual state licensing standards.