Please see below for a list of available employment opportunities at Clearview Treatment Programs. To apply to any of the positions, please send your cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
Clearview Treatment Programs is seeking a full-time outreach coordinator based in Los Angeles. The desired candidate will have business development experience, preferably in the behavioral health industry. Must be a self-starter and work independently, and have strong organizational and time-management skills. The ideal candidate is a strong team contributor. Candidates with existing contacts and relationships in the industry are highly preferred.
Responsibilities: The outreach coordinator is responsible for business development and outreach activities for all Clearview programs, including the Women’s Center for Borderline Personality and Emotional Disorders, the Center for Psychiatric Disorders and Addictions, and the Outpatient Center. The outreach coordinator helps to create and execute an annual marketing plan for their designated territory to achieve organizational growth. Periodic travel is required. Daily activities include phone calls, database entry and update, outreach appointments, and events.
Clearview Treatment Programs is seeking a full-time intake coordinator. Successful candidate will have a minimum of 2 years of experience working in dual diagnosis/addiction programs or in a psychiatric setting. The intake counselor will possess the skills necessary to provide initial telephone screening of clients and perform phone and in-person assessments. Candidate must be articulate and detail-oriented, with strong verbal and written communication skills. M.A. or Ph.D. in psychology or related field is preferred.
Responsibilities: Handle intake calls from initial contact through admission. Interact with referral sources, family members, and potential clients, as appropriate. Responsible for documenting and following each call to resolution. Provide referrals to callers as needed. Respond to Internet inquiries. Follow-up with callers and referral sources in a timely manner. Conduct tours of Clearview’s various treatment facilities. On-call responsibilities.
Clearview Treatment Programs is seeking a part-time registered dietician to work approximately 10-15 hours/week. Successful candidate should be credentialed as a Registered Dietitian by the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR). Experience working with the eating disorder population is required. Candidate should also have at least 2 years of clinical experience, and at least 1 year of experience leading or co-leading groups.
Responsibilities: Conduct nutrition assessments and follow ups for clients with specific nutritional issues, as well as provide basic nutrition counseling on healthy eating and meal planning. Coordinate dietary treatment plan and interventions with other members of the treatment team, including therapist, psychiatrist, clinical director, and support staff. Co-facilitate nutrition and wellness groups. Coordinate with Program Chef and program coordinators around clients with special dietary needs.
Clearview Women’s Center for Borderline Personality and Emotional Disorders is seeking a full-time DBT therapist to join our team. Clearview Women’s Center offers a full continuum of comprehensive DBT programs, including residential, intensive day treatment, and outpatient. Clinical responsibilities include facilitating DBT skills training groups, CBT groups, individual DBT sessions, phone coaching, and participating in consultation team meetings.
The successful candidate should be a licensed MFT, LCSW, Ph.D., or Psy.D. This position requires DBT training and experience running DBT skills training groups. Experience in a residential, hospital, or outpatient setting is preferred. Candidate must also possess strong communication skills, both written and verbal.
Program Aides and Community Counselors
Clearview Treatment Programs is seeking part- and full-time Program Aides and Community Counselors for our residential dual diagnosis and Borderline Personality Disorder programs. The successful candidate should have some experience in a residential drug and alcohol and/or psychiatric hospital setting as a technician, or in an administrative or counseling role. Candidate must also possess strong written and verbal communication skills.
Program Aides and Community Counselors are responsible for monitoring and supervising psychiatric clients in their daily program.