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Ad Title: Associate Director
City: Chardon
State: OH
Zip: 44024
The Geauga County Board of Mental Health is seeking candidates for the position of Associate Director. This full time position answers to the Board Executive Director helping to provide oversight to contract agencies of the Board. A bachelor’s degree is required; a master’s degree is preferred in behavioral health or a related field, with 10 years of experience. Individuals seeking this position should have excellent verbal, writing, and listening skills with the capability of gathering extensive information and providing reports and recommendations based on multiple data sources. Broad knowledge of mental health and substance use disorders, state and federal regulations regarding behavioral healthcare, and an understanding of recovery oriented systems of care is expected.

This position will represent the Board on county, regional and state committees and includes some travel. The Associate Director works with the Board and Board staff to help in the development, coordination, implementation, and evaluation of programs and services funded by the Board. The chosen candidate will help meet federal, state, and local reporting requirements related to Board funded programs, including state community behavioral healthcare plans and local strategic plans. Internally, the position provides supervision and project coordination to the Board’s staff and acts as the Board’s Client Rights Officer, HIPPA Privacy Officer, and 504 Coordinator.

Please submit a cover letter, current resume, and salary requirements by midnight on December 21, 2018 to:

Geauga County Board of Mental Health and Recovery Services
13244 Ravenna Road
Chardon, Ohio 44024

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Ad Title: Chief Financial Officer
City: Sandusky
State: OH
Zip: 44870
Position: Chief Financial Officer
Hours: Full time
Salary Range: $65,000 to $75,000

Duties: 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, billing, and HIPAA compliance. Also responsible for any fiscal contract and project duties for other Board areas.

Supervises the Administrative Services Liaison in the performance of job duties and responsibilities. Assigns tasks, establishes priorities, and ensures work is completed in accordance with Board policy and regulatory requirements.

Serves as the security and privacy officer for HIPAA compliance. Prepares and maintains agency policies as required by law.

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.
Supervises residential housing tasks, building maintenance functions, housekeeping, and leasing responsibilities.

Requirements: 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.

Application Process: For consideration, please send your resume, cover letter, salary history, and completed application to:

Patricia Notestine, Office Manager,

Deadline: Application materials due November 19, 2018.

Ad Title: Executive Director
Contact: Todd Hollett
City: Lebanon
State: OH
Zip: 45036
Mental Health Recovery Services of Warren & Clinton Counties (MHRS), headquartered in Lebanon, Ohio, is seeking applicants for the position of Executive Director (ED). MHRS’s mission is to share hope and caring to achieve recovery from mental illness, alcoholism, and drug addiction. Our system supports communities in Clinton and Warren Counties as they respond to behavioral health issues through prevention, intervention, treatment, rehabilitation and asset building services.

The ED will be a leader with a forward-thinking and strategic mindset. The ED must have strong communication skills, and the ability to establish and attain clear and measurable goals. The ED must manage and make decisions within a complex environment and respond to an evolving system of care. The ED will report to the Board of Directors, manage a budget of over $12 million, and lead 9 professional and administrative staff.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
• Leading all MHRS operations in accordance with the mission, vision, policies, and performance metrics formulated by the Board.
• Managing staff by providing direction and monitoring work performance.
• Achieving financial objectives by overseeing operational budgets and monitoring fiscal structure, expenditures and related activities.
• Representing MHRS publicly by interacting with, educating, and communicating with community groups, agency providers, mental health and substance abuse consumers, advocacy groups, and other stakeholders.
• Providing leadership of system-wide continuous improvement and service sharing efforts by chartering improvement teams and consulting on quality improvement processes and tools.
• Keeping the Board informed of MHRS operations, programs, progress in achieving goals, and industry developments.

The position requires an appropriate combination of education and experience, which generally includes a Master’s Degree in a behavioral healthcare, business, or public administration field, along with experience in behavioral health, clinical supervision, or business administration.

The selection process includes interviews, reference, and background checks. Salary is commensurate with qualifications, in the range of $105,000 - $135,000. Please refer to our website for more information about MHRS.

Applicants should submit their resume and cover letter to:
Todd Hollett, Administrator of Operations
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Resumes must be received by January 4, 2019.

Ad Title: External Affairs Officer
City: Cleveland
State: OH
Zip: 44114
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The Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) Board of Cuyahoga County is seeking qualified candidates to become the next External Affairs Officer.

This position assists in promoting the public image, role and sustainability of the ADAMHS Board and a Recovery Oriented System of Care by creating printed materials and electronic media, such as new releases, brochures and flyers. The External Affairs Officer is also responsible for digital content, social media and community engagement including faith-based and culturally competent activities to increase and maintain public awareness.

Find out more about us and view the External Affairs Officer job description, minimum qualifications and specific instructions on how to apply for this position by visiting and clicking on Job Opportunities.

Deadline for applying for this position is 5:00 p.m., Friday, December 21, 2018.

Ad Title: Finance Director
City: Marion
State: OH
Zip: 43302
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This is an unclassified administrative management full time position with the primary responsibility for the financial operations, payroll, and fiscal reporting of the Board and related interactions with other governmental and non-profit entities. Develops and implements the Board budget, financial policies and procedures under the direction of the Executive Director.
Budgeting: Perform financial planning, budgeting, and forecasting. Prepares and monitors Board budget in consultation with the Executive Director. Prepares annual calendar year budget which includes appropriations and revenues and reconciles Board county accounts with the County Auditor’s office. Prepares the annual fiscal budget which includes Board Operations and reviews contract provider budgets.

Fiscal: Supervise and review appropriate funding source for each receipt, payment, and contract. Supervise and review receipts and make deposits with County Auditor/Treasurer’s Office. Review and approve invoices and other materials for payment. Supervise, review, and approve purchase orders, blanket and various vender orders, facilitate payments and authorizations for payments to vendors. Review and complete the RA invoices for our contract agencies and have Finance Specialist process the vouchers. Standardize the payment and/or reimbursement process with providers. Analyze, research, and implement a purchase of new accounting software. Analyze the client billing software system and claim processing software as administrator. Analyze provider budget request and/or applications prior to contract approval to ensure available funding sources match service capabilities. Work with Executive Director and providers to identify and track key financial performance indicators that would be provided on a semi-annual basis. Prepare analysis of information that could be reviewed by Board. Communicate Board reporting requirements and policies to contract provider financial officers. Provide assistance to contract providers and vendors in fiscal matters. Attends quarterly meetings with contract providers.

Auditing: Prepare for and coordinate annual state audits and reviews. Audit contract provider billings to ensure accurate reporting of services and payments. Provide information and works with the external auditors conducting annual Board audit. Also, provides fiscal information to the external auditors conducting contract provider audits.

Reporting: Compile and complete reports for Ohio Department of Mental Health & Addiction Services and other public entities as part of state reporting systems. Prepare Federal funding grant reports to meet requirements and assure reporting compliance. Compile financial information, including review of list of bills, program and financial reports for timely submission. Analyze data prepared by financial systems for accuracy and completeness. Track and monitor non-contract special service funds.

Payroll: Review and approve documentation and enter electronic payroll for submission to County Auditor’s office. Maintain record of sick leave/compensatory time for Board staff.

Claims Payment System: Review GOSH claims processing system. Coordinate claims payment and reconciliation.

Supervision: Review and approval of time off request and timesheets for Finance Specialist. Complete annual performance evaluation for Finance Specialist. Day to day supervision and training of Finance Specialist.

Administrative: Prepare budgetary documents in consultation with Executive Director, for provider contracts. Serve as liaison; prepare agenda and related materials for Board Finance Committee. Attend all regular Board meetings and present financial reports and other fiscal matters. Maintain knowledge about General Accepted Accounting Procedures (GAAP) and other state audit guidelines. Receive relevant training and attend conferences as requested by Executive Director. Maintain current knowledge of HIPAA and adhere to privacy and security requirements. Facilitates meeting with local contractors and PPS HUB to go over fiscal issues and/or problem regarding GOSH. Other duties as assigned. Maintains the finances of levy campaigns.

Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Business Administration preferred with a minimum of five (5) years work related experience. Has experience in automated spreadsheets and significant computer database reporting software (Microsoft Access Program). candidate is bondable, cooperates effectively in group projects, good communication skills, sensitive to alcohol, drug addiction and mental health issues, licensed driver, and able to travel in area. Has knowledge of government accounting finances, non-profit and public sector structure.

Employees Supervised: Finance Specialist

All Applications must be submitted by end of business day January 15, 2019.

Applications can submitted electronically (preferred) via e-mail to:

Brad DeCamp, Executive Director
Crawford-Marion ADAMH Board
142 South Prospect Street
Marion, OH 43302

City: Cleveland
State: OH
Zip: 44113
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The Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) Board of Cuyahoga County is seeking qualified candidates to become the next Network & Systems Specialist.

The ADAMHS Board is looking for an experienced networking professional to assume responsibility for the Board's Microsoft-centric, full scope, network infrastructure. The Specialist will design, implement, and maintain the Board's computing and networking infrastructure from the desktop all the way through cloud system administration. A diverse PC support and networking background will be an asset. The Board possesses a technologically stimulating environment in which to utilize a broad array of skills while still providing an excellent work-life balance.

This position offers a competitive salary, a generous leave package, as well as comprehensive healthcare and retirement benefits. Find out more about us and view the Network & Systems Specialist job description, minimum qualifications and specific instructions on how to apply for this position by visiting and clicking on Job Opportunities.

Deadline for applying for this position is 5:00 p.m., Friday, January 4, 2019.

The ADAMHS Board of Cuyahoga County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified individuals in recovery from mental illness and/or addictions are encouraged to apply for open positions.