Accountable for overall program success. Responsible for fiscal success, management of contracts, grants, billable hours & budgeting. Hire, train, supervise, & recruit. Develop relationships with the regional community, third party payers, medical community & other appropriate relationships. Implement program standards, create regional strategic plan to develop & grow First Step Recovery. Actively engage in review of client progress treatment team meetings, case reviews with managed care companies, & coordinate efforts with other treatment providers. Qualified candidates must have supervisory experience, an understanding of addiction issues, communications & team building skills, and be an advocate for quality substance abuse treatment. A Master's degree, licensed in ND or eligible for licensure, and/or licensed as an addiction counselor is preferred but not required.