Employment Opportunities

The Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board for Montgomery County is seeking applicants for the following position:

Job Title: Director Treatment and Supportive Services  
Division: Treatment and Supportive Services
Reports To:  Executive Director
FLSA Status: Exempt

Seasoned professional in Administration under the general direction of the Executive Director responsible for oversight and delivery of all Behavioral Health clinical services.  The Director of Treatment and Supportive Service will provide leadership for daily operations of the Treatment and Supportive Services Division, including but not limited to staff supervision, training and development, providing budgetary information, attending and assigning staff to community initiatives, developing community training, and promoting awareness of behavioral health issues.

Job Duties:
The Director of Treatment and Supportive Services will develop work activities to plan, monitor, and evaluate the behavioral health needs of individuals who have a mental illness or disability, alcohol, and other drug disorder, and/or those at risk of a behavioral health disorder. 

Coordinate and work with local human services organizations, school districts, criminal and juvenile justice systems, child welfare/child protection system, Department of Developmental Disabilities, other Human Services Levy organizations and the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, the Ohio Department of Health and other to effect linkages of and/or to broker mental health and alcohol and other drug services to meet the community needs of identified organizations.

Identify additional funding sources to develop and/or enhance all behavioral health services, to meet the needs of the community; write grants and coordinate the monitoring of the funded programs/services to ensure compliance with grant guidelines.

Assist in the development and implementation of the required Community Plan, Human Services Levy Requests, and the Board’s planning, funding, and monitoring process in cooperation with other members of the Board’s Leadership staff.

At the Executive Director’s discretion, may serve as the staff liaison to external community committees as well as internal committees, and other ad hoc task forces; will provide data and make internal/external presentations as requested. 

Coordinate and work collaboratively with staff and community to develop and implement annual and long-range strategic plans for the Board based upon the approved priorities for the Board of Trustees.


Must possess a Master’s degree in a Behavioral Health discipline, Public Health Administration or a closely related Management field with a minimum of five years of progressively responsible Senior Management level experience, preference given to candidates with behavioral health experience and licensure. Administrative experience in public sector funding is a plus.

Experience must include expertise in budgeting, program development/ management, working knowledge of alcohol and drug addiction services, including ASAM Levels of Care, mental health services, CIT (Crisis Intervention Training), quality/performance improvement activities, and managed care principles. 

Demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills, with both internal and external customers, and able to multi-task effectively and efficiently several projects and assignments within short timeframes.

Grant writing skills/experience preferred. 

Experience in PC software to include Office applications is required.

Driver’s license, insurance and operational vehicle are required.  Travel may be frequent, including travel outside the Dayton area

Please visit http://agency.governmentjobs.com/montgomery/default.cfm to apply.  

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