Careers

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 mail@adapao.org.

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 Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS) is recruiting for Regional Coordinators in six assigned regions across the state of Ohio to manage community system collaboration and outreach with internal and external stakeholders (e.g., boards, providers, & community stakeholders).  

More information is available HERE.

Posted on ADAPAO website on 9-17-21.