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Our commitment to CARF's mission, vision, values, and purposes, individually and collectively, is one of the many reasons that CARF is a rewarding place to work. We believe that diversity enriches the mission of CARF by bringing a variety of perspectives, ideas, and experiences that are representative of the communities we serve. CARF is committed to providing culturally sensitive products and services and to fostering an inclusive, respectful organizational culture through leadership, policies, and practices.

CARF has been recognized locally, statewide, and nationally for our workplace excellence, wellness program, and health and safety program.

Current openings

Please check this page regularly for new openings.

Tucson, Arizona
Opioid Treatment Program Resource Specialist (Full Time)
Become part of the CARF International team involved with accreditation of quality opioid treatment programs. Work with organizations and surveyors in all phases of the accreditation process, including consultation and standards interpretation. This position requires a Master’s degree in rehabilitation services, social services, or a related field and two years of direct service delivery experience or management in an opioid treatment program; or a minimum of a Bachelor's degree and five years relevant experience. Knowledge of CARF accreditation processes and experience in behavioral healthcare strongly preferred. Competitive pay structure and excellent benefits. EOE/Disability/Vet. Refer to CARF's EOE statement below.
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To express interest in the above position(s), please send a letter of interest and current resume to humanresources@carf.org.

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Accreditation Surveyor (Intermittent/Part Time)
Become a part of CARF's cadre of professionals responsible for conducting the survey component of the accreditation process. EOE/Disability/Vet. Refer to CARF's EOE statement below. For more information, or to express interest in this position, refer to the Become a surveyor page.

If you have any questions, please contact CARF Human Resources at humanresources@carf.org or (888) 281-6531.

CARF is an Equal Opportunity Employer

CARF is committed to providing equal opportunity in all of its employment practices, including selection, hiring, promotion, transfer, compensation, and terms and conditions of employment to all qualified applicants and employees without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status, disability, ancestry, marital status, familial status, genetic testing, or any other status protected by applicable law. CARF promotes the full realization of this policy through its employment practices. For more information, refer to Applicant Notices.

CARF provides reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities. If you would like to request an accommodation, please contact Laurence Folz at lfolz@carf.org or (888) 281-6531, ext. 7107 (Accreditation Surveyor positions), or CeCe Wilson at cewilson@carf.org or (888) 281-6531, ext. 7082 (all other positions).

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