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Embarking on a Transformative Journey: The Search for an SUD Clinical Manager at Key Recovery and Life Skills Center
A new chapter unfolds for those in pursuit of a fulfilling career in the realm of substance use disorder treatment. The renowned Key Recovery and Life Skills Center, nestled in the scenic Pacific Northwest, is seeking a passionate and skilled SUD Clinical Manager to join their team. For over five decades, Key Recovery has served as a guiding light for individuals and families weathering the storm of addiction, offering unwavering dedication to long-term comprehensive care.
Their services embrace a holistic approach that comprises residential treatment and aftercare. Within this distinctive model, patients and their families live together, engaging in counseling and healing as a collective force. This compassionate strategy acknowledges the far-reaching consequences of addiction as it echoes through relationships and spans generations, demanding intervention at these fundamental levels.
As the SUD Clinical Manager, you will be the mastermind of clinical excellence, entrusted with overseeing the execution of a solid treatment program. Your objective is to guarantee that the program’s structure and design comply with best practices, enabling individuals on their path to recovery. You will have the privilege to lead and mentor the Clinical Supervisor, as well as a team of Substance Use Disorder Professionals (SUDPs) and Professional Trainees (SUDPTs).
Your leadership prowess will be on full display as you steer these committed professionals, equipping them with the necessary support and resources to provide outstanding care. Cultivating a Training and Growth Catalyst is essential in the field of substance use disorder treatment. As an SUD Clinical Manager, you will seize the opportunity to spark a culture of perpetual learning and growth. By administering clinical training and policy reviews, you will enable your team to remain at the cutting edge of evidence-based practices.
In this role, you will be instrumental in nurturing the development of life skills among patients. This position necessitates an SUDP and, preferably, an active Washington State Mental Health License (LMHC, LMFT, LCSW) along with a current CPR/Red Cross certification. Additionally, training in various areas such as ethics, confidentiality, and medication handling, among other certifications, is required.
A master’s degree or higher in psychology, mental health, social work, or a related field is preferred, but not mandatory, along with substantial clinical leadership experience. Furthermore, the same organization is also seeking additional leadership roles in Treatment and Support Services.
If this transformative journey aligns with your goals or those of someone you know, we are eager to connect with you. Together, let’s make a lasting impact on the lives of those affected by addiction.