Employee Opportunities & Benefit Information

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General Information | Benefit Information | Current Job Postings

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.

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Benefits

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:

HR Manager
Southeast Healthcare Services
Human Resources Department
16 West Long Street
Columbus, OH 43215
E-Mail: hr.applications@southeastinc.com

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CURRENT POSITIONS

Project Coordinator/Therapist
This unique position builds relationships with human services partners and provides outreach and engagement to youth and adults, primarily on the South side of Columbus, in a service center environment.  Once needs are identified, the person may provide coordination of care, linkage to resources, assessment and/or counseling to best serve the individuals and families.  This position will also be coordinating with our own internal multi-disciplinary treatment and vocational staff.   Some evening hours required.  Master’s degree & LSW/LPC required.

Data Entry Clerk
Seeking a Clerk to assist our Grants Department in tracking data required for outcomes.  Individual must be detail-oriented, organized, and able to multi-task, understand healthcare information, and have the ability to use independent judgement.  HS diploma required; prior EHR experience preferred.

Forensic Peer Specialist
Southeast, Inc. Healthcare Services is seeking self-identified consumers of behavioral health services with personal lived experience in the criminal justice system to fill full-time positions as Forensic Peer Specialists.  This is an excellent opportunity to assist returning citizens who are transitioning from correctional facilities to living self-directed lives of recovery, hope and purpose in communities of their choice.

Recovery Guide
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 Recovery Guide is a person who has a unique perspective of serious mental illness because of his/her own experience with the recovery processes of psychiatric disorders.  This experience enables an understanding of client struggles and provides them with unique sensitivity to client issues.  HS diploma/GED required.

Client Rights Officer
The Client Rights Officer (CRO) is responsible for advocating for the protection and enhancement of the rights of individuals applying for and receiving services from Southeast, Inc.  CRO will provide client-centered mediation and advocacy.  This position also performs assessments of new patients.  LSW/LPC required.

Vocational Specialist
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.

Child & Adolescent Therapist
Our therapists provide community based clinical counseling and some case management as needed to children/adolescents and their families.  We utilize evidence-based clinical counseling to promote recovery and provide optimal care.   Primary functions of this position will be conducting assessments, facilitating individual & group counseling & coordinating with professionals from other systems to provide holistic care.  This position will also be coordinating with our own internal multi-disciplinary treatment staff.   Some evening hours required.  LSW/LPC required; LISW/PCC preferred.

LPN
New opportunity for a LPN to work in a community-based program providing nursing services to adults with severe mental disabilities and/or addiction to drugs and/or alcohol.  The LPN provides medication/medical education and mental health education and direction to non-medical team members, clients, and their significant others. This person provides nursing services per physician's orders and communicates with physicians and health services outside Southeast to assure quality and coordination of care.

Assessment Specialist
Seeking a LSW/LPC to conduct psychosocial assessment for newly referred clients to Southeast, Inc.  Qualified applicant will complete assessments part-time in the shelter, and part-time at our main location downtown.  Master’s degree & LSW/LPC required.

Team Leader - Homeless Outreach
The Team Leader provides leadership, supervision and support to a team that is providing community-based services to homeless clients with mental illness. This unique program provides opportunities to outreach and engage with the homeless in order to provide access to services that promote positive changes in the lives of the clients.  Master’s degree & LSW/LPC required, LISW/LPCC preferred.

Medically Assisted Treatment RN
Southeast, Inc. has a program that offers Medication Assisted Treatment to patients with addiction.  The RN on the team assesses and monitors our patients, as well as administers Suboxone and Vivitrol.  The RN also coordinates care with primary care providers, performs prior authorizations, makes referrals and home visits.  Join our dedicated staff making a positive impact in our community.

Case Manger - Delaware County
The position provides case management services to promote recovery and wellness in adults with severe mental illness.   Our CPST work as an integral part of an inter-disciplinary team to provide community based supports, including resource development, promoting good health, crisis intervention and treatment planning for successful goal attainment.  Minimum of AA/BA required; LSW/LPC, CCDCII or II strongly preferred.  Experience with this population preferred.

Crew Leader
The Crew Leader position is responsible for supervising clients employed in our transitional employment program to promote positive work experiences and assist clients in moving towards competitive employment.  Duties include assigning work tasks, training clients on how to perform assigned tasks, teaching appropriate behavior in the work setting, coordinating work schedules, and ordering supplies.

Service Specialist
Opportunities available to provide client-centered services for homeless men through a Housing First engagement model.  Applicant will provide professional daily encounters to promote positive life change, provide service coordination and implement emergency service for homeless adults in a manner that is consistent with the mission of the organization.  HS diploma/GED required.  We only hire non-smokers.  Hourly rate $8.50.

Outreach Coordinators - Overdose Response Team
Outreach Coordinators are a part of a county-wide response team responding directly to Emergency Departments for opioid addiction crisis.  The outreach coordinator engages with patients at bedside; provide overdose prevention education with naloxone; work with hospital staff to develop treatment plans; coordinate referrals to immediate detox, addiction treatment programs, primary medical care and other needed services.  Outreach coordinators also provide transportation to referral sources and appointments, as well as home follow-ups for ongoing outreach.  Full-time, 2nd shift, positions available.

School-Based Therapist - St. Clairsville
The Therapist provides clinical services to individuals, families and groups in the Bellaire or Bridgeport school system.  This person is responsible for identifying therapy and case management needs and providing high quality client care and case management.  The therapist also provides prevention, consultation and educational services to school constituents, community groups and community agencies.  Assists in the development and implementation of programming under the direction of the Program Manager.  LSW/LPC required.

Therapist
Seeking a Therapist to provide clinical services to individuals, kids, couples, families and groups in our Cadiz and St. Clairsville offices.  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.

 

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