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
Team Leader - Mobile Van & CABHI
The Team Leader provides leadership, supervision and support to a team that is providing community-based services to adult clients with severe mental disabilities. This person also provides case management services to assigned clients and other team clients as necessary and scheduled. LISW/LPCC required.
Patient Representative Supervisor
Fast-paced, multi-specialty, healthcare office seeking full time position to provide and supervise patient registration process. Supervisory experience in this environment required, along with outstanding customer service and hospitality skills. Qualified applicant must possess strong insurance knowledge (pre-certification, insurance verification, pre-registration and scheduling), be familiar with billing/reimbursement requirements and have the ability to manage several activities at one time and implement new processes, as needed. This position also requires strong interpersonal and communication skills along with excellent computer skills. Previous experience with an EHR a plus. Bachelor’s degree preferred; will consider a combination of education and experience. Reliable transportation required.
Seeking a full-time Psychiatrist in our Columbus outpatient office to perform psychiatric assessments, diagnosis and treatment; referrals for medical evaluations and follow-up; and consultation with a multi-disciplinary team of professionals. Provider with Suboxone experience desired.
The person in this position is responsible for providing a variety of vocational rehabilitation services and activities to transitional aged youth, aimed at maximizing an individual's independent vocational functioning. The Career Developer provides quality assessment and intervention services on an individual, family and group basis. Bachelor’s degree required; master’s degree/licensure preferred.
The Residential Specialist engages with house residents to teach daily living skills and monitor residents/house safety on an ongoing basis. This person contributes to the assessment and treatment plan of residents and is an integral part of each resident’s treatment team. HS diploma/GED required.
Seeking an energetic Courier/Security Guard to provide support services throughout our downtown facility. This includes, but is not limited to, delivering agency mail and supplies within and between offices, providing security in the lobby, responding to internal emergencies, providing coverage for front desk staff, moving office furniture, assembly of furniture, general office tasks, and assisting with setting up for events. HS diploma/GED, excellent computer skills, attention to detail, and the ability to lift up to 50 pounds required. Valid Ohio driver’s license with no more than 2 points required.
CPST - St. Clairsville
Full-time position available in our St. Clairsville, Ohio office to provide case management services to clients 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 strongly preferred. Experience with this population preferred.
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner - St. Clairsville
Exciting position available at our St. Clairsville office to perform psychiatric assessments and deliver psychiatric services to Southeast, Inc. clients. This person also is responsible for making referrals for medical evaluations and follow-up with clients' test results. Consultation with Psychiatrists and other Southeast staff members is also an important function of this position.
Family Physician/Nurse Practitioner - St. Clairsville
Southeast, Inc. is seeking a family physician or Nurse Practitioner to expand our Integrated Healthcare Center, an FQHC serving a diverse population of high need citizens of St. Clairsville, OH. Benefits of joining our practice include collaboration with a wide range of professionals such as psychotherapists, nurse practitioners, psychiatrists, case managers, integration with behavioral health, and joining our commitment to provide care to persons with mental health issues. In addition, we qualify as a HPSA for loan repayment.
Therapist - St. Clairsville
The Therapist provides clinical services to individuals and groups. This person is responsible for identifying therapy issues and providing high quality client care. The outpatient social worker/counselor also provides educational services to community groups and community agencies. LISW/LPCC preferred.
General Mental Health Therapist
The Adult and Family Therapist provide clinical services to individuals, couples, families and groups in the Adult Counseling program. This person is responsible for diagnostic assessments, assessing counseling needs, development of individual service plans, provision of counseling and all required documentation. This clinician will lead and co-lead a variety of groups, including but not limited to, domestic violence, anger management, and trauma. AOD knowledge and scope of practice preferred. Evening hours required. LSW/LPC required.
Increased HRSA funding is enabling us to expand our dental services and hire a full-time Dentist to provide services to adults, children and adolescents. This is a unique opportunity for a practitioner to work closely with the homeless population and patients with mental illness. Seeking someone who is able to work some evening hours in a homeless shelter setting. Loan repayment may be available through state/federal programs.
Seeking a full-time Dental Assistant to work alongside a Dentist in our FQHC serving patients who may be homeless and/or experience mental health issues. Qualified candidate must be willing/able to work some evening hours in a homeless shelter setting.
Dental Clinic Receptionist
Growing dental clinic seeking a full-time Receptionist to check patients in and out, verify insurance, complete registration, answer phones and communicate with practitioners. HS diploma or GED required; Ability to handle the public and answer several telephone lines in a fast, courteous and efficient manner while maintaining confidentiality required; Ability to work well under pressure required.
New opportunity for a licensed clinician to work part-time in a pilot project with the Grant Downtown ED on Saturdays and Sundays, 10:00a – 2:00p. Responsibilities will include interacting with the ED medical staff and social workers, coordinating information for Southeast clients, completing look-ups in an electronic health record and consultation regarding patient dispositions as well as arranging follow-up interventions and appointments.
Medically Assisted Treatment (MAT) Coordinator
Seeking a full-time Coordinator to manage referrals to the Medically Assisted Treatment program and provide active treatment services. The Coordinator also works with the judicial system and other collaborators in the community. LISW/LPCC required.
Therapist - Medically Assisted Treatment (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, plus clinical skills that include treatment models such as CBT and Motivational Interviewing. This person joins other team members in providing treatment and crisis intervention services. In addition, the MAT Therapist provides consultation and education services to Southeast employees and to other community agencies and organizations. LSW with AOD scope or credential required, LISW strongly preferred.
Full-time RN position available in our MAT program that focuses on opiate addiction. The RN will assess health and monitor clients on Suboxone and Vivitrol, as well as administer medication. Familiarity with the judicial system, Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment, Motivational Interviewing and harm reduction a plus; familiarity with Suboxone oral strips and Vivitrol injections preferred; addictions experience required; mental health training strongly preferred. Ohio RN license required.
Southeast, Inc., a leading healthcare organization, is seeking a Clinical Director for our comprehensive Adult and Family Treatment Program. This program is part of our executive management team and is an integral part of strategic clinical and administrative functions of the organization. Under the direction of the Clinical Director, a multitude of programs provide treatment services that change the lives of individuals, families and communities. The array of services includes AOD, counseling, domestic violence treatment, older adults, HIV services and Child and Adolescent programming. This position has the opportunity to oversee these programs to assure high quality treatment and positive outcomes. Additionally, there are educational and consultation services to the community, including promoting community awareness and marketing of these programs. LISW-S/LPCC-S required.
LPN/MA - Primary Care
Full-time position to work in our primary care clinic to coordinate and provide care given to patients. This person may call-in prescription orders, monitor medication and supplies, distribute medications, ensure proper linkages to resources, schedule, room patients and perform patient checks, patient education, and set up examination rooms. The person in this position is responsible for following all infection control procedures. The person works within a team(s) supporting the patient and other staff in a Patient Centered Medical Home framework.
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.
Vocational Peer Specialist
Unique opportunity for a part-time Peer Support Specialist to work within a vocational team to provide support and services to persons with mental illness seeking employment in our Delaware, Ohio office. This person functions as a peer support to clients and provides targeted resources needed to be more vocationally successful. The Peer Specialists 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). HS diploma/GED required.
Recovery Guide –Delaware County
Recovery Guide position available in the RecoveryWorks program. The RG 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. The Recovery Guide is a person who has a unique perspective of serious mental illness because of his/her own experience with the recovery process. This experience enables an understanding of client struggles with mental illness and provides them with unique sensitivity to client issues. HS diploma/GED required.
Vocational Specialist - Delaware County
Our Vocational Services Program supports people leading fulfilling lives through employment. Join our Delaware 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 position provides case management services to promote recovery and wellness in adults with severe mental illness. Our CPST work as part of an inter-disciplinary team in service delivery and provide case management, crisis intervention and treatment planning. Minimum of AA/BA required; LSW/LPC, CCDCII or II strongly preferred. Experience with this population preferred.