Current position openings

ADAPAO posts position openings as a service to the organizations with which our members are employed or serve as volunteers. Please e-mail any job postings you believe would be relevant to our membership to

Coalition Director - Pickaway Addiction Action CoalitionCommunity Health Educator - Penn State UniversitySenior Research Associate - The Ohio State UniversityDirector, CSAP - Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationYouth Leadership Associate - CADCAEvidence Based Practices Manager - CADCACHESS Project Manager - University of Wisconsin-Madison of WisconsinCHESS Project Coordinator - University of WIsconsin-MadisonPrevention Coordinator for School-Based Services - Prevention Action AllianceRegional Coordinators - OhioMHASAlcohol Tobacco & Other Drug Prevention Coordinator - The Ohio State UniversityManager of Grant Writing and Proposal Development - CADCAMulticulturally Focused Therapist - University of DaytonPeer Recovery Supporter - Ohio GuidestoneResidential Advocate, Recovery House - Ohio GuidestonePrevention Specialist - Community for New DirectionAccounting Clerk - Community for New DirectionMental Health Counselor - Community for New DirectionAdministrative Professional 2/Investigator Assistant - Ohio Chemical Dependency Professionals BoardSenior Research Associate - Nationwide Children's HospitalResearch Associate - Nationwide Children's HospitalDirector, Treatment and Supportive Services - ADAMHS for Montgomery CountyDirector of Health Equity - Ohio Association of County Behavioral Health AuthoritiesPrevention Specialist - Prevention Awareness Support Services (PASS) - Delaware-Morrow CountiesPrevention and Education Provider - Talbert House (Warren & Clinton Counties)

The Center for Health Enhancement Systems Studies (CHESS) is recruiting several project coordinators. The project coordinators will be assigned to the CHESS Technical Transfer Centers (TTCs) and/or the Behavioral Health Excellence - Technical Assistance Center (BHE-TAC). The TTCs provide training and technical assistance to the behavioral workforce that provides substance use disorder, mental health, and substance use prevention services in Health and Human Services Region 5 (includes Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, and Wisconsin. The BHE-TAC will provide tailored technical assistance for Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Behavioral Workforce Development programs and create community and academic partnerships through a set of learning collaboratives.

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Posted on ADAPAO website on 10-4-21.