Career Opportunity

The Clinical Supervisor (CS) for drug addiction recovery programs began in 1982 and is now one of the fastest-growing positions in addiction-related behavioral health care. 

The number of substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors has grown by more than twenty percent (20%) since 2018. As more drug addiction counselors are hired, the need for trained Clinical Supervisors will increase. Clinical Supervisors teach, mentor, and assess drug addiction counselors. A strong and competent clinical supervisor is essential to an effective drug addiction counseling workforce.

Clinical Supervisors must possess a thorough understanding of drug addiction. They must also know the latest evidence-based practices for treatment. The Clinical Supervisor license requires a demonstration of competency through experience, education, and supervision.

Concerted Care Group, LLC is looking for an innovative, committed, and highly skilled Clinical Supervisor to grow our integrated health organization. As part of CCG’s commitment to supporting our employee’s success, in addition to our comprehensive benefits package, we also offer private parking, company-provided PPE, private office space, flexible and remote work options at our clean and modern clinics.

Concerted Care Group, LLC offers the most effective treatment of addiction available – including addiction to heroin, morphine, codeine, oxycodone, prescription painkillers, and other opiates. We’ve been around for 5 years and we are just getting started. Our outpatient clinic is conveniently located in the communities that we serve.

We treat the whole person, not just the chemical dependency of addiction.

The Clinical Supervisor is ultimately responsible for the daily administration and supervision of the Addiction Treatment Programs, including the clinical, business, fiscal, clinical segments, and plant management and maintenance. This individual may delegate portions of these tasks to others, but ultimate responsibility and authority for compliance with the directions of the Governing Body lie with this individual. This incumbent is responsible for the long- and short-term planning, program evaluation, and compliance with federal, state, local, and independent regulatory statutes.

Principle responsibilities and tasks of the Clinical Supervisor

  • Responsible for all staffing processes from performance evaluation(s) to recruiting to employee surveys.
  • Company operating policies and procedures.
  • Reviews, updates, and maintains Policies and Procedures Manual (s) on an annual basis.
  • Manages the annual operating budget, with oversight from Corporate Officers and Board
  • Responsible for implementation and management of Corporate HR system in the clinic.
  • Prepares monthly, quarterly, and annual reports
  • Maintains compliance with governmental regulators and maintains the clinic’s operating licenses.
  • Chairs weekly staff meetings and participates in group supervision and treatment plan reviews and updates.
  • Responsible for overall client satisfaction with the clinic and clinic services.
  • Provides direct care to a percentage of clients.
  • Responsible for payer and referral source satisfaction with the clinic.
  • Responsible for the physical plant and overall appearance of the clinic.
  • Other duties as assigned by the OTP Medical Director and Corporate Management.


  • Master’s degree in a Human Services Administration with a focus on substance abuse counseling or equivalent experience.
  • Certified in addiction counseling.
  • Approved Supervisor Letter from the Maryland Board of Professional Counselors and Therapists is required
  • Certification from IC & RC preferred.
  • Minimum of 3 years experience in supervisory/ management in human services.
  • Familiar with State Regulations (COMAR), DEA regulations, and CARF standards.
  • Must have a minimum of 3 years working with the substance abuse population.
  • Exhibits excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Excellent documentation and computer skills are required.
  • Able to provide guidance and oversight for staff in using Electronic Health Record
  • Knowledge of local community drug trends, the effects of the body and cognitive functioning of drugs of abuse, signs, and symptoms of narcotic overdose, psychosocial implications of addictive disease, the process of addiction and treatment, social science, economic, legal, and medical systems, HIV transmission, behavioral and emotional implications of addiction.
  • Compliance with the ethical and professional standards and practices of the counselors and therapists.
  • Initiative to lead and be proactive in critical situations, keen problem solving, and decision-making skills.
  • Will be required to submit to PPD screening or provide a record of screening from the previous employer within the past year

The Concerted Care Group is a great place to work. You can achieve your personal and professional goals while helping others overcome their addictions. Plus, have a steady income and be able to work in different locations. 

If you are interested in applying for this career opportunity, please complete the application at our Concerted Care Group website