Employee Opportunities & Benefit Information
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Careers at Southeast, Inc.
At Southeast, our working environment is exciting, diverse, and fast-paced. We are seeking talented staff who are committed to working in the behavioral healthcare field. Southeast offers you the opportunity to learn new skills, thereby enhancing your career while improving the services offered to our clients.
Southeast values what each individual staff member brings to our agency. We are committed to helping our staff reach full potential, and at the same time, improving the quality of life for our staff. Our diversity of staff enriches our workplace and encourages an environment of mutual respect.
As an equal opportunity employer, Southeast believes it is the duty and responsibility of every staff member to create and maintain a workplace free of discriminatory acts or behavior. It is our policy to recruit, hire, train, promote, compensate, and in all other ways, treat every staff member fairly and equitably. It is the commitment of Southeast to provide a workplace that strives to promote those ideals.
Southeast is excited to offer a benefits package that is one of the best in the behavioral healthcare field. Our benefits program covers the following:
- Your health: medical, dental, short and long term disability insurance
- Your financial future: 401(k) with a company match, potential for a bonus program
- Your family: family leave, life insurance
- Your time away from work: paid vacations, paid holidays, paid personal days, paid sick time
- Your career: scholarships and fee waivers, many ongoing training opportunities, annual conference leave
Our staff members have the opportunity to enjoy numerous other benefits associated with our agency, including annual agency functions, and a supportive working environment.
The following positions are now available at Southeast Inc. For immediate consideration send resume and/or cover letter outlining the position for which you are interested. EOE/Minority applicants encouraged. For additional information contact:
Recruitment and Training Specialist
Human Resources Department
16 West Long Street
Columbus, OH 43215
Certified Pharmacy Technician
Assist the Pharmacist in the processing and filling of medication orders in a fast-paced environment. Qualified applicant must prepare and multi dose blister pak all items for shipment, communicate with clients to determine and coordinate individual prescription needs and specifications, and work with other members of the team to resolve issues relating to patient orders.
The Recovery Guide partners with clients with severe and persistent mental illness in their wellness journey. This person functions as a peer support to clients and provides targeted resources needed to be more vocationally successful. The Peer Specialist is a person who has a unique perspective of serious mental illness because of his/her own experience with the recovery processes of psychiatric disorder(s). This experience enables an understanding of client struggles with mental illness and provides them with unique sensitivity to client issues. HS diploma/GED required.
Supported Employment Specialist
The Employment Specialist will advocate for and provide support and encouragement to individuals who are transitioning from government assistance to successful self-sustaining employment. This individual is responsible for marketing the program to potential employers, securing job placement opportunities, and maintains employer relationships. AA/BA required.
Full-time Staff Accountant position which will assist with all accounting functions and reporting in accordance with GAAP. This position will be responsible for preparing monthly account reconciliations of general ledger accounts with the ability to research discrepancies or variances; prepare and update journal entries; ability to compile data and prepare financial reports for various programs and outside funders. Will interact with external auditors and assist with agency audits and preparation of assigned audit schedules.
An Associate Degree in Accounting with a minimum of two years related experience is required. The applicant will have hands on experience using databases, Excel and various financial software packages. Will have strong analytical and problem solving abilities and the ability to communicate verbally and in writing both to internal staff, management and external vendors and customers.
Prevention Specialist/Kids Therapist
We have a unique and innovative position serving two youth programs. The Prevention Specialist collaborates with a community organization serving LGBTQ youth to provide programming with the objective of preventing onset of alcohol/drug abuse or other high risk behaviors. Primary functions are developing and maintaining relationships with LGBTQ organizations, providing on site youth prevention services and tracking outcomes. The Kids Therapist is a community based position working with kids and their families in settings such as local schools, family shelters, community centers, homes, etc. Services include mental health assessment, counseling and treatment plan development. Involves both internal and external multidisciplinary service coordination with other professionals. Prevention Specialist Certification or previous prevention experience and knowledge of issues pertaining to the LGBTQ youth population desired. Ability to work evenings is necessary and LSW/LPC or LISW/LPCC required. Part-time applications can be considered for the Prevention Specialist position only.
Full-time position available in our Woodsfield, Ohio office to provide case management services to youths and adults with severe mental disabilities. Will work as part of an inter-disciplinary team in service delivery and provide case management, crisis intervention and treatment planning. Minimum of AA/ BA. LSW, LPC, CCDC II or III strongly preferred. Experience with this population preferred.
HRSA Primary Care Expanded Services
Additional staff needed for our primary health care team to provide services for people who experience homelessness and chronic health conditions. We are hiring the following positions:
- Care Manager
Integrating Care in Appalachian Ohio
New SAMHSA grant awarded to provide integrated primary healthcare and behavioral healthcare to patients in our St. Clairsville and New Philadelphia offices. Southeast is seeking the following staff:
- Nurse Practitioner
- Care Coordinator/RN
- Health Navigator
New opportunity for a PT to work with homeless individuals on treatment techniques to promote the ability to move, reduce pain, restore function, and prevent disability. This person will work in an interdisciplinary team that includes Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, social workers and nurses. Must be a graduate of an APTA accredited school of physical therapy and hold an Ohio license.
Unique opportunity to provide dental services to homeless adults, children and adolescents 4 hours a week in an FQHC.
The Nurse Manager will provide leadership, direct supervision, nursing direction, and support to the nursing staff. Responsibilities also include: quality improvement/assurance activities, oversight of organizational infection control, and coordination of nurse schedules. Additionally, the Nurse Manager provides direct nursing services to adults with severe mental disabilities, provides medical/medication education and direction to patients, provides coverage for other nurses, and back-up support in Central Pharmacy. MSN preferred, prior psych experience mandatory, infection control experience preferred.
Family Practice Physician
Southeast, Inc. is seeking a family physician to expand our Integrated Healthcare Center, an FQHC serving a diverse population of high need citizens of Columbus, OH. Benefits of joining our practice include collaboration with a wide range of professionals such as occupational and psychotherapists, nurse practitioners, psychiatrists, case managers, integration with behavioral health, and joining our commitment to provide care to people who are homeless. We are in the heart of downtown Columbus and have mobile units as well. In addition, we qualify as a HPSA for loan repayment.
Child & Family Therapist - Community Based Treatment program
Seeking experienced Therapist to work primarily in the community serving high risk youth and families, many of whom are involved in the children’s services system due to abuse, neglect or maltreatment influenced by mental illness or substance abuse. Therapist will work with multidisciplinary treatment team to provide necessary services and supports to prevent risk of further abuse or other safety concerns for the child and family, stabilize immediate crisis and support development of positive parenting skills. Primary services rendered will be assessment, individual and group counseling, treatment planning and services coordination to ensure compliance with state certification requirements and children’s services contract. Availability to work some evenings is necessary. MSW/LSW required, LISW preferred; substance abuse scope of practice or credential also strongly preferred. Previous experience with the Intensive Home Based Treatment model a plus.
The Homeless Outreach and Support Team (HOST) will address the special needs of homeless adults identified by ADAMH and CSB as chronic homeless system users who exhibit symptoms of mental illness and/or substance abuse and are not engaged in treatment or support services in the community. We are hiring for the following positions:
- Team Leader/Case Manager
- Outreach & Engagement Specialist
- Peer Specialist
The Ending Homelessness Through Intensive Treatment & Support (E-HITS) Team will address the needs of homeless adults identified by ADAMH as high utilizers of shelters, hospitals, treatment centers, mental health and substance abuse programs, jail, prison, and other community services. The E-HITS team will serve adult men and women who experience chronic prolonged homelessness coupled with severe mental illness and/or substance abuse and need additional support to be successful with community-based living. We are hiring for the following positions:
- Team Leader/Case Manager
- Case Manager
- RN/Case Manager
Behavioral Health Integration
New HRSA grant targeted to increase the amount of primary healthcare services available for people who experience homelessness and very low income. Southeast, Inc. will hire the following staff to work as a team to expand medical capacity:
- Psychologist or LISW
- Care Manager
Case Manager - Deaf Team
Specialty CPST/Case Manager position available to work with the deaf/hard of hearing population who have severe and persistent mental illness. The CPST plans for and monitors the following client outcome goals: reduced number of hospitalizations, increased number of days living in the community, increased use of community resources, and increased level of behavioral and physical health functioning. This person also maintains compliance with all applicable standards and must meet designated productivity measures. BA/AA required; LSW/LPC preferred. Must have a valid Ohio driver’s license and able/willing to transport clients in personal vehicle. Applicant must be proficient in ASL and have an understanding and knowledge of the deaf culture.
Mental Health & DV Therapist
Seeking full-time Therapist to fill challenging position providing group & individual counseling in our Adult & Family Outpatient program as well as conducting assessments for newly referred clients. This person is responsible for assessing and prioritizing areas of clinical concern and providing effective, evidenced based clinical counseling in accordance with state licensure & certification standards. Persons served will be receiving general mental health counseling however a significant portion of this position is working with perpetrators of Domestic Violence which includes DV assessments, psychoeducation groups and coordination with professionals in the criminal justice system regarding client progress. Qualified applicants must be able/willing to work at least one evening a week, ability to work two evenings per week is strongly preferred. MSW/LSW required; LISW/LPCC preferred.
Part-time position available to provide crisis intervention/stabilization, teach daily living skills and monitor resident/house safety on an ongoing basis. This person contributes to the assessment and treatment plans of residents and interacts with all members of each resident's treatment team. HS diploma/GED required.