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
Coordinator – Adult Sex Offender Treatment program
Seeking a full-time therapist who will also serve as coordinator for our Adult Sex Offender treatment program. This person is responsible for providing structured, ethical and culturally sensitive clinical counseling in accordance with state licensure & certification standards. This position will be conducting Sex Offender assessments, facilitating intervention groups, providing individual counseling & closely coordinating services with professionals in the criminal justice system. As coordinator this position will take the lead in organizing structure and curriculum of the program, oversee the referral process to ensure timely response to external customers and serve as the primary contact for program inquiries. Prior experience & training in treatment of sex offenders necessary. Qualified applicants must be able/willing to work at least two evenings per week. MSW/LSW required; LISW/LPCC preferred.
The Psychologist provides clinical services to individuals and groups. This person is responsible for identifying therapy issues and providing high quality client care. This person may also provide prevention, consultation and educational services to community groups and community agencies. This person provides psychological testing as appropriate. PhD required.
Ryan White Coordinator/Case Manager
Coordinator position available in a new Ryan White Housing Case Management program assigned to provide leadership and supervision for the team. The Coordinator also manages the program, develops community partnerships, supervises Case Managers, reviews intakes, assigns cases, and provides direct service to a small caseload. BA required; LSW preferred; housing experience and knowledge of housing providers required.
Ryan White Case Manager
New opportunity for a case manager with prior experience in providing housing case management and knowledge of housing providers in Franklin County. Full-time position available to provide direct housing case management services for clients, including intakes and assessments, housing search and placement, assistance with applications for housing subsidy, and linkage to community resources. AAS/BA with housing experience required.
Therapist – Counseling Services
Seeking a Therapist to provide group & individual counseling in the Adult & Family Outpatient program. 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. A significant portion of this position will be working with male perpetrators of Domestic Violence conducting DV assessments, facilitating Batterer’s Intervention groups & coordinating with professionals in the criminal justice system. This position will also be coordinating with other external professionals as well as our own internal multi-disciplinary treatment staff. Qualified applicants must be able/willing to work at least one evening a week, ability to work two evenings per week is preferred. MSW/LSW required; LISW/LPCC preferred.
Seeking a full-time Therapist to fill a 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.
Southeast, Inc. is seeking an individual to provide community psychiatric supportive treatment services to assigned clients. 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.
LPN – Med Clinic
The Med Clinic LPN coordinates and provides care given to clients. This person may call in prescription orders, distribute medications, ensure proper linkages to resources, schedule clients, perform patient checks, patient education, and coordinate care with mental health care staff members.
Unique opportunity for a LSW/LPC to provide clinical assessment and referral services to individuals referred by private hospitals within the community containing psychiatric units. The Hospital Liaison is responsible for meeting with the referred client at the hospital location. Qualified applicant required to travel to multiple hospitals in Columbus. LSW/LPC required.
Full time position available to conduct assessments, develop treatment plans and provide group & individual substance abuse counseling to persons with drug and alcohol addiction. Target populations include individuals who are also experiencing additional challenges such as criminal justice system involvement, homelessness, children's services involvement, lack of financial resources or mental illness. This person joins other team members in providing short term treatment and crisis intervention services that are in compliance with state and national accreditation standards. Therapist will also provide service coordination with external professionals in the community. Previous experience with Addictions Counseling desired, AA/BA & chemical dependency licensure required. Must be able to work at least two evenings per week.
Shift Leader – Friends of the Homeless
Second shift position available to assist the Shelter Manager in the coordination, supervision, and implementation of emergency service for homeless adults in a manner that is consistent with the agency mission. HS diploma/GED required.
Prevention Specialist/Kids Therapist
Full time clinical position, split between two programs serving youth. The prevention specialist collaborates with community organizations serving at-risk youth to develop & render prevention programming with the objective of preventing onset of alcohol/drug abuse or other high risk behaviors. Primary functions are developing and maintaining relationships with community organizations and then rendering on-site evidenced based prevention services. 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. Primary services are mental health assessment, counseling and treatment plan development in accordance with state certification standards. Involves both internal and external multidisciplinary service coordination. Prevention Specialist Certification desired, previous prevention experience a must. Ability to work some evenings is necessary and LSW or LISW/LPCC required.
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
Southeast is a healthcare center that places a high value on quality, caring and compassionate practitioners. We are committed to providing high quality health care to our patients and the community we serve. As an employer of choice, we offer a full comprehensive range of benefits and attractive compensation package. We currently have an exciting opening for a psychiatric Advanced Nurse Practitioner with an interest in integrated healthcare to join our practice in downtown Columbus. Dual boarding in physical healthcare is preferred. This position is an integral part of our psychiatric service delivery to clients, including assessments, diagnosing, and planning therapeutic interventions.
Part-time opportunities 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.