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Ad Title: Associate Director- Clermont County
Contact: Lee Ann Watson
City: Batavia
State: OH
Zip: 45103
Phone (W): 513-732-5400
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Associate Director needed to assist with planning for and monitoring an $8 million county mental health and substance use treatment system, to assure programs are high quality and performance-based with measurable outcomes. Position requires clinical background with Master’s degree, administrative experience, collaborative leadership skills, writing and communication skills, and knowledge of the community behavioral health system. Independent licensure, chemical dependency certification, familiarity with Ohio board system, and/or Clermont County a plus. Competitive salary and fringes. Send resume and salary requirements to Clermont County MH&R Board, 2337 Clermont Center Drive, Batavia, OH 45103 or EEOC.

Ad Title: CFO - ADAMHS Board of Erie County
Contact: Diane Taylor
City: Sandusky
State: OH
Zip: 44870
Phone (W): 419-627-1905
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Manages Mental Health & Recovery Board budget and financial reports.
Maintains responsibility for managing and directing the business and information system activities and operations in regard to data collection and transmission for claims and billing processes and HIPAA compliance.

Directs special projects and activities as assigned by the Executive Director.


Knowledge of: advanced government accounting principles and practices; audit procedures; statistical methods and economic principles agency operations; financial system design and analysis; considerable knowledge of personal computers; policies and procedures; staff training and development; personnel management principles; budgeting; pending and enacted mental health and substance abuse federal and state service laws, rules, regulations, and requirements related to business functions; laws, rules and regulations governing Federal, State and board contracts; public relations.

Ability to: apply management and human resources principles to practical work situations; be analytical; establish and maintain effective work relationships with associates and job contacts; maintain confidentiality of confidential and sensitive information; handle sensitive personnel situations; organize and coordinate multiple work functions; resolve difficult and complex organizational problems; collaborate effectively with Executive Director.

Skill in: leadership; organization; interpreting and applying statistical and situational information; maintaining accurate and complete records; preparing operational and statistical management reports; writing; communications; operating computer; application of job software programs.


An appropriate combination of education, training, course work and experience may qualify an applicant to demonstrate required knowledge, skills, and abilities. An example of an acceptable qualification is: A Bachelor’s Degree in accounting, finance, public administration or other business-related discipline with at least five years progressively responsible experience in government. Ability to be bonded.

Ability to document identity and employment eligibility within three (3) days of original appointment as a condition of employment in compliance with Immigration Reform and Control Act requirements.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to satisfactorily perform each essential duty listed below. Reasonable accommodations will be made for disabled persons, covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act, in accordance with its requirements.

Prepares, monitors, and revises Board budget and financial reports. Makes recommendations to the Executive Director regarding operations and financial matters as requested and appropriate, for consideration when making financial decisions.

Monitors, maintains, accounts for, and reports on Board revenues, expenditures, and
finances. Records revenues and expenses and maintains related accounting records. Prepares all fiscal reports.

Reviews agency audits for compliance with all federal, state, and local requirements, including the preparation of reports. Organizes, prepares and coordinates all Board financial audits as conducted by the state or the state departments.

Manages and directs business activities and operations including but not limited to claims processing and billing. Also responsible for any fiscal contract and project duties for other Board areas.

Assigns tasks, establishes priorities, and ensures work is completed in accordance with Board policy and regulatory requirements.

Attends evening meetings each month as required by the Board.

Represents the Board at State functions, involving related duties as necessary.

Manages MIS functions and coordinates computer activities with vendors and consultants.

Ad Title: Executive Director - MHRB of Union County
Contact: Fonda Freeman
State: OH
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The Mental Health & Recovery Board of Union County (MHRBUC) seeks applicants for the full-time position of Executive Director. The MHRBUC is a local public agency responsible for the planning, funding, evaluating, monitoring and coordinating a continuum of mental health and substance abuse disorder services and supports in Union County, Ohio.
The successful candidate will be an experienced professional who provides innovative leadership, develops effective relationships with providers, seeks participation from consumers and family members, and actively continues and develops strong partnerships within our community.
The candidate must have documented experience in developing sound analytical approaches to resource allocation, program planning, grant writing, budgeting and public health sector evaluation. The candidate must possess the knowledge, skills and abilities required to effectively perform all job duties as summarized below.
The Executive Director serves under the direction of the MHRBUC. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

• Providing leadership and coordination of mental health and addiction board activities in accordance with the stated mission and policies formulated by the Board;
• Supervising a staff of professional and administrative employees;
• Ensuring that the MHRBUC and agencies are compliant with regulatory requirements, ensuring fulfillment of all contractual obligations;
• Managing the budget, which includes maintaining responsibility for fiscal reporting and preparation of the annual budget for Board review and approval;
• Participating in MHRBUC meetings, including providing financial and operational reports to the Board;
• Actively promoting public relations, levy efforts and community awareness about the MHRBUC;
• Implementing policies set forth by the Board while working strategically to execute annual goals and objectives across diverse constituencies to ensure State and Federal compliance;
• Consulting and working with all agencies and contractors associated with the MHRBUC;
• Collaborating, building and maintaining stakeholder relationships regarding budgeting, planning, marketing, supervising, and overseeing administrative goals and staffing;
• Developing short and long term plans and policies, and developing and implementing grants as approved by the Board;
• Perform all duties required by the Ohio Revised Code; and
• Performing other duties which meet Board objectives and directives, and achieves the MHRBUC’s mission.

The position requires a Master’s Degree in a mental health or addictions related profession with a minimum of five (5) years of demonstrated experience in behavioral health program management and administration. Supervisory experience is also strongly preferred. A Master’s degree in other professions may be considered, provided the candidate has relevant experience in the mental health, addictions or human services fields.

Salary is commensurate with education and experience (Salary Range: $95,000.00 to $120,000.00). The MHRBUC provides an excellent benefits package, including generous paid leave and benefit programs, and participation in the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System.

Interested and qualified persons should submit a cover letter and resume to:

Fonda Freeman
Ohio Association of County Behavioral Health Authorities (OACBHA)
175 S. Third Street, Suite 900
Columbus, OH 43215

or by email to:

Resumes and other documents must be received on or before July 15, 2022. The search will continue until the position is filled.
The MHRBUC is an equal employment opportunity employer.
Refer to for more information on the Union County Mental Health & Recovery Board and related agencies.