Admissions Manager - ADAMH Board of Franklin County

Website CompDrug

CompDrug has an immediate opening for an Admissions Manager who is responsible for oversight of the admission process for all admissions to outpatient substance use treatment in a trauma-informed patient-centered manner.

Full time, 40 hours per week. Monday – Friday 5:45 am – 1:45 pm with flexibility, as needed, for internal and external meetings and obligations.
Non-essential staff
Reports to: Site Manager

Facilitates and manages the patient admission process with a goal of achieving same-day admission in most cases.
Ensures that the admission process is conducted in a trauma-informed and patient centered manner.
Coordinates with department managers to staff Admissions and ensure admissions assignments are completed.
Provides supervision and training to the staff working in Admissions specific to the Admissions process.
Collaborates and coordinates with department managers and across the organization to ensure that the admissions process is effective.
Represents CompDrug with community referral partners.
Communicates with community referral partners to increase and maintain admissions.
Regularly reviews admissions metrics for progress to goal, provides reports to leadership. Recommends strategies to grow admissions.
Coordinate appropriate referrals for individuals who are not appropriate for CompDrug’s services.
Other duties as assigned
Regular and timely attendance
Assist with the NPI process and establishment and maintenance of CAQH profile, if requested
Assist with the credentialing process, if requested
Participate in the annual BCI and FBI background check processes
Maintain required professional licensure/credentials, seeks to increase and develop credentials

Bachelor’s degree required.
Previous experience in healthcare; behavioral health and substance use treatment preferred.
At least two years experience successfully managing a process or project in a professional setting.
Excellent communication, collaboration and organizational skills, including the ability to communicate and work effectively with staff across all levels of the organization and with patients.
Excellent computer skills, including Microsoft Office.
Must be able to demonstrate critical thinking and planning skills.

Work is primarily performed in an outpatient treatment setting; may represent CompDrug at provider meetings and networking events. Must be able to communicate effectively with patients, staff and referral partners. Will utilize a computer regularly.
Qualified individuals may apply online at

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