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Working for The Phoenix Center is a rewarding and fulfilling opportunity.

Thank you for your interest in The Phoenix Center's employment opportunities. Please review our openings below. If you see something that is of interest, click for more details. You will have an option to submit your resume on the detail page. Please note that this section is updated regularly, so re-visit the site to view changes. The Phoenix Center is an equal opportunity employer.

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Current Openings


The Phoenix Center in beautiful Greenville, South Carolina is seeking a Director of Women's and Children's Treatment Services.  The selected candidate will manage Serenity Village, an established program with plans for growth in services and capacity.  The master plan for growth is in progress, and when completed, will create a premiere public treatment facility for women and young children suffering the effects of substance use disorder.
At present, Serenity Place is a 16-bed residential treatment center for pregnant women, young mothers and their preschool age children.  The facility offers an evidence based treatment program for the women, combined with therapeutic behavioral services for up to 29 residential children.   Other evidence-based programs currently implemented include Parenting Education and Parent-Child Interactive Therapy (PCIT).
Expansion plans for the village include the addition of an education center for graduates, six transitional family housing units as well as a new children's treatment building which will triple capacity to 90 children in treatment per day.
The primarily responsibilities for this position are managing all facilities, operations, delivery of professional services for client care, program development and implementation, staffing and staff development, budgeting and financial oversight of the campus, as well as representing the program(s) to the public.   


•    Master's Degree in Public Administration, Human Services, Counseling or Business Administration
•    5 years’ minimum experience in a senior level management role overseeing the delivery of residential treatment, healthcare, therapeutic childcare or other community based behavioral healthcare program(s)
•    Must have strong administrative, programmatic, analytic and operational experience in a multi-disciplinary treatment environment
•    Exceptional communication, organizational and customer services skills