Do you want the opportunity to be part of a team that helps men, women and adolescents change their lives for the better? Are you passionate about the efforts to end addiction in America? Do you want to work alongside other professionals who share your goals? If the answer is yes, you might be interested in a career with us. Advanced Recovery Systems is seeking people just like you to play a role in breaking the chains of addiction, whether it’s by working directly with clients or by working behind the scenes to aid in their recovery. We work hard to give our employees a comprehensive culture and environment where they can thrive and feel good about what they do every day. From clinicians to behavioral technicians to nurses, we have dozens of open positions throughout the country at our rehab facilities and marketing centers.
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Our passion for our clients and employees speaks for itself. We’re dedicated to the industry of addiction recovery and staying up to date with what works so it’s easy to see how much we care by the work we do. But we don’t just want our business to succeed; we want our clients and employees to prosper, too. That’s why we’ve created an environment where people can enjoy coming to work every day and be part of the healing process for someone. To be even partially responsible for saving someone’s life is truly rewarding, and it’s an experience we hope all of our employees have.
Many people wake up wanting to change the world. At Advanced Recovery Systems, that’s exactly what we do. Every day we come in contact with clients who receive our help and change their own lives. With each changed life, the world can change, too. To date, we’ve helped thousands of people recovery from substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health disorders, but we couldn’t have done it without our team. We hope you’ll join us in this mission so we can help thousands more.