Several full-time salaried opportunities are available for Saint Vincent’s community-based behavioral health programs and mental health clinic serving children, youth, and families.
• Strengths-based assessment and treatment planning
• Clinic, home-and community-based individual and family therapy
• Communication of clients’ progress through case review meetings and case record documentation
• On-call clinical support of program
Flexible hours required including one early evening.
• Health, dental and vision insurance
• 403B with employer match
• Child care reimbursement
• Wellness benefit
• Fully paid short term disability and life insurance
Supervision for licensure and significant professional development and training opportunities available.
• Clinical master’s degree required.
• LMHC or LICSW preferred.
• One to two years related experience with children, adolescents, and transitional age youth required.
• A valid driver’s license is required.
We encourage Spanish and Portuguese speaking individuals to apply. We seek culturally competent, strengths-oriented personnel who possess an understanding of our communities served. St. Vincent’s is an AA/EOE and a COA Accredited Agency.
Email resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Saint Vincent’s works with children, youth and families to restore relationships and support family permanence. Our staff provides in-home and community-based services, and outpatient behavioral health for children, youth and families. Emphasis is on trauma-informed, family-centered, compassionate care while Working with Children and Families to Preserve Hope.
Established in 1885 by the Sisters of Mercy and the Roman Catholic Diocese of Fall River as an orphanage, Saint Vincent’s is now a multi-service, child- and family-serving behavioral health organization accredited by the Council on Accreditation (COA). Our Mission is Giving Children and Families in Need What They Need Most.