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.
FCCS Transitional Youth Specialist
The person in this position is responsible for scheduling and completing assessments with youth based on referrals from FCCS. This person advocates for clients in all human service systems, provides ongoing vocational services, and participates in community involvement, education and training concerning this population. AAS required; BA preferred.
Assistant Residential Program Manager
The Assistant Program Manager is responsible for assisting the Program Manager in the management and coordination of Carpenter and Redmond Houses. This person carries out administrative directives within the program and supervises employee activities as assigned. This person also provides direct clinical service to house residents, provides coverage on open shifts when necessary, and is available 24 hours per day as a consultant to the Program Manager and staff as needed. Promoting community awareness of both houses is also a function of this position. LSW/LPC required; master’s degree preferred.
The Crew Leader position is responsible for supervising clients employed in our transitional employment program. Duties include handing out work assignments, training clients on how to perform assigned tasks, and teaching proper behavior in the work setting. Experience with floor maintenance and other janitorial tasks a plus; previous supervisory experience preferred.
The chemical dependency counselor provides assessment, treatment planning and direct services to persons with drug and alcohol addiction as well as mental illness. Target populations include individuals, couples, families and groups who are homeless, mentally ill and chemically dependent. Expertise includes knowledge of treatment resources, referral and linkage procedure to those resources, plus appropriate clinical skills. This person joins other team members in providing short term treatment and crisis intervention services to homeless, mentally ill clients. In addition, the Chemical Dependency Counselor provides prevention, consultation and education services to Southeast employees and to other community agencies and organizations. CCDC certification required; LSW or LSW eligible preferred.
Therapist - MAT Program
The MAT Therapist provides assessment, treatment planning and direct services to persons with opiate addiction as well as mental illness. Therapist provides individual counseling and group psychotherapy. Expertise includes knowledge of treatment resources, referral and linkage procedure to those resources, plus appropriate clinical skills and treatment models such as CBT and Motivational Interviewing. This person joins other team members in providing treatment and crisis intervention services to clients. In addition, the MAT Therapist provides consultation and education services to Southeast employees and to other community agencies and organizations. CD licensure or AoD in scope of practice required.
The CPST staff provides psychiatric supportive treatment services to assigned clients and all other team clients as necessary and scheduled. The CPST staff 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 functioning. This person also maintains compliance with all applicable standards and provides system intervention when obstacles impede service delivery. AA/BA required.
At Southeast, we have a long established tradition of providing high quality counseling services that promote wellness in individual’s lives. We are seeking a full-time Therapist to join our Adult Counseling Program in promoting recovery within our clients and the community. The person in this position will provide group & individual counseling, and perform assessments. The diverse populations served by this position include a wide array of people seeking general counseling, as well as working with Domestic Violence offenders, which includes assessments, psycho-education groups and coordination with professionals in the criminal justice system. Some evening hours are included in the position. MSW/LSW or PC required; LISW/LPCC preferred.
Van Driver - St. Clairsville
Full-time Van Driver needed to coordinate the transportation of clients to and from Partial Hospitalization. This person is responsible for arranging for van maintenance. This person shall assist clinical staff in implementation of activities for satellite offices and main office. In addition, this person shall perform ground and building maintenance, as well as minor custodial duties.
Clinical Director - SMD Services
Exciting opportunity to be a part of the executive management team at Southeast, Inc. The person in this position is responsible and accountable for clinical leadership of the agency’s clinical programs serving persons with severe mental disabilities (SMD), including homeless programs. He/she develops, directs and supervises the clinical aspects of all SMD mental health programs and is responsible for clinical quality and standards of these programs. This person assumes clinical responsibilities in the absence of the Clinical Director for Adult Treatment Services. LISW/LPCC required.
Counselor/Social Worker - Integrated Healthcare
Southeast, Inc. is seeking a full-time Counselor to provide behavioral health services to adults receiving primary care through our FQHC. The Counselor will provide assessment and interventions that impact life styles and health issues, as well as mental health and substance use. LISW required.
Case Manager - Critical Care Team
New opportunity for a case manager to assist with clients transitioning from psychiatric hospitals in Franklin County to our services. The case manager will accompany clients upon discharge and provide transportation and direct linkage to assure that medication, treatment, housing, food, benefits, and other needed supports are in place. AA/BA required.
The person in this position provides consultation, training and expertise to clients, family members, and vocational rehabilitation service providers in social security work incentives and aspects of other benefit systems to assist in making informed choices regarding work and vocational services. AA/BA required; CWIC certification a plus.
Medical Records Clerk
The Medical Records File Clerk is responsible for ensuring that the agency medical records are completed and conform to accepted agency standards through use of an electronic health record. The clerk coordinates the record-keeping system with billing and other departments. Must have computer knowledge and familiarity with HIPAA standards.
Licensed Outreach Specialist - CABHI
LSW/LPC needed to provide assessment, outreach, engagement and case management services to adults with mental health disorders and co-occurring physical health issues.
Our Vocational Services Program supports people leading fulfilling lives through employment. Join our team to promote success through providing a variety of vocational rehabilitation services and activities, including assessment, job development and placement and other services to assist employment. We employ the industry leading practice of Supported Employment to facilitate optimal outcomes for participants in our program. AA/BA and ability to transport participants in the community is required for the position.
The person in this position shall be responsible for performing therapeutic interventions with children and adolescents in the Belmont County Alternative Program (BCAP), a school/therapeutic program. Additional duties as an outpatient therapist may also be assigned. LSW/LPC required; LISW/LPCC preferred.
Unique position available for a licensed clinician to provide assessment and case management services to homeless adults. Some evening hours required. LSW/LPC required.
The Residential Specialist provides crisis intervention/stabilization, teaches daily living skills and monitors residents/house safety on an ongoing basis. This person contributes to the assessment and treatment plan of residents and interacts with all members of each resident's treatment team. HS diploma/GED required.
The Nurse Coordinator 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 Coordinator 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.
CPST - Martins Ferry
Full-time position available in our Martins Ferry, 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.
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.
Integrated 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:
- Health Coach