We are seeking a dynamic and results oriented individual to lead the residential adolescent treatment facility in Sioux City, Iowa. Rosecrance Jackson Recovery Centers is a private not-for-profit organization offering behavioral health services for children, adolescents, adults and families throughout Northwest Iowa. Current services include treatment for substance use disorder for adolescents and adults, including prevention, intervention, detoxification, inpatient and outpatient services.
The Director of Adolescent Services must be a visionary and forward thinking. This individual will develop and execute strategies to aid in the progression of treatment for children and adolescent services. In addition, develop and maintain long-term relationships with a variety of external and internal stakeholders. This role will be charged with monitoring and evaluating programmatic effectiveness and effects changes required for improvement. Ensure the business meets all regulatory requirements. Assure Rosecrance brand and best practices that we are known for are carried throughout in the Rosecrance Jackson Centers. Strategically assess and identify trends to integrate into our service we provide to enhance client treatment.
We require the following qualifications: A person who aligns with our vision, mission and values. Our key values include honesty, integrity, compassion and excellence. Have a minimum of 5 years’ experience in substance use disorder and 5 years’ experience working with adolescent population. A Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology or related field with an Iowa license. Someone who can hit the ground running.
Rosecrance serves more than 30,000 families each year. We are an industry leader in the markets we serve due to our focused commitment of providing the best possible treatment for our clients while providing the highest level of compassionate and ethical care to improve the quality of life for the clients we treat. This is an exciting opportunity to work with a growing organization and to lead forward.