JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Families Against Narcotics is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran, or disability status.

From time to time, FAN has job opportunities available. All open positions will be posted on this page. If there are no jobs posted, please keep checking back.​

NEW POSTING!

Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

We are looking for a part-time Chief Financial Officer to manage our finances and financial reporting. This position is 20-24 hours per week and will be working remotely temporarily. For more details about job duties and qualifications, or to apply, click the button below to go to the posting on Indeed.com.

Accountant

We are looking for a part-time Accountant to collect all payments on behalf of our organization, and supervise the accounts receivable department and staff. The Accountant will report directly to the Chief Financial Officer (CFO). This position is 25-30 hours per week and will be working remotely temporarily. For more details about job duties and qualifications, or to apply, click the button below to go to the posting on Indeed.com.

NEW POSTING!

Data Coordinator Assistant

We are looking for a part-time Data Coordinator Assistant to help with data collection and logging for all Families Against Narcotics programming. This position is 20 hours per week and will be working remotely temporarily. For more details about job duties and qualifications, or to apply, click the button below to go to the posting on Indeed.com.

Peer Recovery Coaches

Are you interested in being a Peer Recovery Coach (PRC) and working as a contractor for Families Against Narcotics? We are always looking for compassionate PRCs to walk side by side with people seeking recovery for substance use disorders. If this sounds like a fit for you, check out the PRC job description HERE. You can also fill out an application HERE.

Family Recovery Coaches

We're looking for Farmily Recovery Coaches for the following areas: Detroit, Canton, Washtenaw County, Lansing, and Flint. A Family Recovery Coach (FRC) provides compassion, support, and resources to help families who have loved ones struggling with substance use disorder cope with specific issues, including enabling, codependency, setting healthy boundaries, and other family dynamics. If you're in one of the previously mentioned areas and would like to be an FRC who works with FAN as a contractor, check out the job description HERE. You can also fill out an application HERE.

Internship Opportunities

Are you interested in working for Families Against Narcotics and learning firsthand what a nonprofit that helps individuals and families affected by addiction is all about? Then you're in luck, because we're looking for interns! To be considered, please fill out and submit THIS FORM. Someone will then be in touch with you soon.​

VISTA Opportunities

There are 2 positions available: 1 with FAN Central in Clinton Township & 1 with the Great Lakes Bay Region FAN chapter. For more details about these positions, and for information on how to apply, click the link below.

Hope Not Handcuffs VISTA (positions are through AmeriCorps/PAARI)

Volunteer Opportunities

For more information on becoming a volunteer for FAN, click HERE.

Opportunities with TRIGO Global Quality Solutions

TRIGO Global Quality Solutions is a multinational company providing operational Quality Management solutions for the manufacturing sector, especially in the automotive and aerospace industries. TRIGO has partnered with Families Against Narcotics to assist in finding and securing work for a variety of individuals throughout the United States. This can be especially helpful to people who relocate for addiction treatment and/or sober living. For more information on careers with TRIGO, please click HERE.

Families Against Narcotics
18900 15 Mile Road

Clinton Township, MI 48035

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