Director, Men's Services
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Santa Fe Recovery Center is searching for a dynamic and motivated Director who will lead the operations, growth, and development of the Santa Fe Recovery Center’s Men’s Programs (30 Day, 90 Day, Recovery & Bridge Houses). The only program in New Mexico of its kind, the Director will set the course for the future of this growing portfolio and these much-needed services. This program is aimed at ceasing the generational cycle of trauma, illness, and addiction among families.

In collaboration with SFRC leadership, the Director will work to strengthen current programming, seek growth opportunities, and innovate to expand the program’s scope and impact. This is a great opportunity for a highly-motivated, committed leader to make a difference in the lives of many throughout New Mexico and the southwest region of the U.S.  Qualified candidates should have previous leadership experience with the strong ability to develop and lead a myriad of health and human service-related programs along with a diverse team.

The Men’s Program is a gender-specific short-term and long-term program that provides care 24 hours per day in a therapeutic community. The programs are designed to provide clients with a continuum of care starting with short-term residential and transitioning to a lower level of care. The program services help clients integrate back into the community and develop the life skills necessary to achieve lifelong recovery. In addition to clinical support, SFRC provides case management. Clients are enrolled for up to 120 days.

Under the supervision of the Clinical Director, the Director is responsible for developing, planning, organizing, and coordinating all client service activities for the Residential Treatment Program. Program and activities must adhere to the structured framework of SFRC Policies and Procedures, and comply with standards of a CARF accredited organization and BHSD and Medicaid regulations. The Director has oversight of the program: responsible for program budget, meeting revenue (census), expense targets, and oversight of grant projects (Local, State, Tribal, Federal, and private funding). Coordinates with the clinical team, case management, direct care staff, medical providers, and outside service providers to provide comprehensive care for clients.

Position Supervised:

All staff working within the program including Counselors, Case Managers, Peer Support Workers, Program Coordinator-Bridge House, Med Tech Supervisors, Office Assistant

SFRC pays for 90% for employee's premiums and 25% for their spouses and dependent children:

  • Medical
  • Dental
  • Vision
  • 401K      matching up to 4%

We require all employees to be vaccinated and boosted for COVID and yearly seasonal FLU

  1. Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or University is required. A Master’s Degree or Doctorate from an accredited college or university preferred in Substance Use Disorder Counseling; Guidance and Counseling; Psychology; or related health and human services field.
  2. In the case of a recovering person, must have successfully maintained a two (2) year period of uninterrupted abstinence from alcohol and/or drug abuse.
  3. Must be computer literate in order to effectively meet requirements for use of Electronic Health Record systems and other electronic platforms.
  4. Must have and maintain a current, valid NM Driver’s License. Must have and maintain a clean driving record, as well as auto insurance.
  5. Bi-lingual/Bi-cultural preferred (English/Spanish).
Salary Description
$80,000 - $90,000