• Clinical Director - Adult SUD Services

    Job Locations US-UT-Salt Lake City
    Job ID
    # of Openings
    Direct Care
  • Overview

    The Clinical Director of Adult SUD Services oversees our SUD and Alternatives to Incarceration divisions along the continuum of care from residential treatment to intensive outpatient and general outpatient services. You would be responsible for clinical supervision of programs and associated clinicians to ensure best outcomes for clients served by this wide array of programs.


    Who are we? Valley is the leading behavioral health innovator in the Intermountain West. Using state of the art management techniques and cutting-edge technology, Valley is constantly transforming and integrating treatment for the most complex psychiatric, addiction, and developmental challenges our clients face.


    Our mission at Valley is to be a responsive community partner empowering individuals and families by delivering appropriate, innovative, outcome-based programs, tools, services, and resources across the continuum of health and social means.



    • Clinical supervision of assigned mentees
    • Work with a multidisciplinary team of case managers, therapists and medical staff to ensure best outcomes for clients in these diverse programs
    • Coordinate in conjunction with other Valley units as well as community providers and organizations for best client outcomes
    • 10 hours of direct client care/week


    • Masters Degree in Social Work or a related field.
    • Licensed in the State of Utah as an LCSW or CMHC
    • Must demonstrate compassion, flexibility and dependability
    • Must have ability to pass a background check

    Benefits:   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.


    Valley Behavioral Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 


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