About Montana Professional Assistance Program
Brief Summary of Employers History or Position In The Market:
Montana Professional Assistance Program (MPAP) has the stated purpose of addressing the problems of the distressed physician or dentist whose ability to practice is diminished due to chemical dependency or substance abuse, psychiatric illness, disruptive behavior, sexual misconduct or problems associated with the process of aging. MPAP is a nonprofit corporation located in Billings, Montana and is under separate contracts to the Board of Medical Examiners and the Board of Dentistry. Funding comes from a special assessment on medical and dental license fees.
Employer Benefits Available:
Competitive benefits package
Current Positions Available:
Private nonprofit medical service organization seeks career oriented master’s level clinician for crisis intervention, assessment for referral, continuing care monitoring, caseload management and program administration. MSW/LCPC or equivalent with strong leadership potential. Background in professional health programs, including strong background in addiction treatment, continuing care recovery and mental health issues would be helpful. Must have ability to work constructively with policymakers and stakeholders. Strong recovery background preferred. Must be willing to serve an advocacy role. Some travel required.
Starting Salary: $60K/year depending on qualifications and experience. Contract or salaried employee with benefits following probationary period.
SEND RESUME AND COVER LETTER TO:
Montana Professional Assistance Program,Inc.
3333 2nd Ave. N., #100
Billings, MT 59101
No phone calls please.