Employment Opportunities

Employment Opportunities at Clearview

If you’re looking for a job in the addiction and mental health treatment industry, Clearview Treatment Programs has openings for qualified candidates to join our growing team.

To apply for any of the open positions listed below, please send your cover letter and resume to info@clearviewtreatment.com. No phone calls please.

Clinical Director

Clearview Treatment Programs is looking for an experienced clinical director to oversee our dual diagnosis residential program.

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Clinical Supervisor

Clearview Treatment Programs is seeking a part-time (6-8 hours per week) clinical supervisor.

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Therapist

Clearview Treatment Programs is seeking a full-time staff therapist.

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Psychiatrist

Clearview Treatment Programs is currently seeking a part-time staff psychiatrist (10 to 15 hours/week) to provide psychiatric evaluation and medication management at the residential level of care.

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Intake Coordinator

Clearview Treatment Programs is looking for an experienced intake counselor to field admissions calls and help prospective clients with their decision to enter treatment.

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Dietician

Clearview Treatment Programs is seeking a part-time Registered Dietitian (RD).

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Community Counselors

Clearview Treatment Programs is seeking part- and full-time 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.

Responsibilities: Community Counselors are responsible for monitoring and supervising psychiatric clients in their daily program.

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