• House Manager - Adult ValleyEPIC (Evidence-based Programs and Interventions Campus)

    Job Locations US-UT-Kearns
    Job ID
    # of Openings
    Direct Care
  • Overview

    Are you looking for a rewarding career helping others?  Are you passionate about providing hope and healing to those who are suffering? Do you want to be a part of a great company that is inspired to help those lead more fulling lives? Then we need to talk!


    We are hiring House Managers to help with our new Adult ValleyEPIC Residential Program. ValleyEPIC (Evidence-based Programs and Interventions Campus) is a premier treatment facility designed for men and women in our community with substance abuse, who may also be struggling with mental illness and homelessness.  It offers a full continuum of substance abuse treatment from residential and day programs, to intensive and traditional outpatient services.  Evidence-based interventions include individual and group therapy and classes, psychosocial-rehabilitative services, case management, drug testing, and pharmacological management. 


    Schedule: 4 - 10hr work days ; Open Monday - Sunday


    Location:  3809 West 6200 South Kearns, Utah 84129


    Pay:  Up to $18 per hour!


    Benefits:   Yes…Valley provides a generous benefits package including Health and Dental insurance, Paid time off, paid holidays, health savings plan, Employee assistance program, tuition reimbursement, 401K and Roth IRA and Long and Short-Term Disability.  



    ValleyEPIC features our newly renovated 78-110 bed residential facilities, which operate in a modified therapeutic community model of treatment. This campus was designed to provide wrap-around services both onsite and in the community by integrating substance abuse treatment approaches with a special focus on trauma informed care.  The ultimate goal of ValleyEPIC is to help people break the chains of addiction, which include a successful re-entry into the community, and reduction in criminal recidivism. This is accomplished by client empowerment through personal accountability, abstinence from substance abuse, and improved positive emotional functioning. 


    • Supervision/Staffing
    • Workload Management
      • Ensure appropriate service level for reduced case load (50%)
    • Cross Training
      • Oversee referral, intake, and coordination of care
      • Train staff on policies and procedures
    • Staffing
      • Ensure appropriate staffing ratios and communication with all shifts
      • Work collaboratively with Valley Human Resources department in recruitment/hiring process           
    • Regulatory Oversight and Compliance
    • Work with Team Leads and Program Manager to ensure compliance with all related and applicable regulatory requirements, including but not limited to:
      • Grants
      • Licensing
      • Audits
      • Property Management
      • Medicaid
    • Manage shift reports and ensure documentation is properly entered into the Electronic Health Record (EHR)
    • Implement and monitor principles and practices outlined in “Golden Thread” guideline    
    • Stakeholder/Employee Satisfaction
    • Monitor employee satisfaction and engagement levels collaboratively with Program Manager and deploy applicable plans for improvement
    • Interact with internal and external customers in full alignment with Valley’s core values and vision statement
    • Maintain active Slack presence and profile and promote usage with all assigned staff
    • Maintain daily “standing” huddles with direct reports to ensure smooth operation of team
    • Attend weekly 1:1 with Program Manager, and report collaboratively developed KPI’s
    • Ensure no less than 100% employee saturation within a seven-day period
    • Congruence to Culture
    • Participate in all opportunities offered for Leadership Development and coaching to ensure constant growth and development personally and of team supervised


    • Bachelor's degree in Behavioral Health 
    • Four or more years’ experience working in the behavioral health field
    • Prior experience supervising others, preferred
    • Proficient in Microsoft Office with the ability to learn new software programs quickly
    • Exceptional customer service skills, both written and verbal
    • Ability to multi-task and complete various business/clinical projects within deadlines
    • Work as part of dynamic and fast-paced team


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