Career Opportunities

Forward resume to:

Human Resources Director
Saint Vincent's Home
2425 Highland Avenue
Fall River, MA 02720
E-mail your resume to: Jobs@stvincentshome.org
Phone: 508-679-8511
Fax: 508-672-2558

A valid driver's license is required for all positions.

Spanish and Portuguese speaking individuals are encouraged to apply.

Saint Vincent’s is an AA/EOE and a COA Accredited Agency.

No phone calls please.

STARR LATENCY PROGRAM

PLYMOUTH

OVERNIGHT RESIDENTIAL COUNSELORS

Several immediate opportunities available working with younger youth in STARR (Short Term Assessment and Rapid Reintegration) program; full-time, part-time and relief positions available on the overnight shift within a beautiful community-based group home in Plymouth. Rsponsibilities include supervision of youth during the overnight hours, assisting with morning routine, medication administration, cleaning and laundry responsibilities. Excellent opportunities for professional development and training are available. Part-time employees who work twenty or more hours are eligible for benefits, including health insurance, dental insurance, holidays, tuition assistance, and paid time off. Previous experience with children/adolescents preferred. High School diploma required. 

RESIDENTIAL COUNSELORS - ALL SHIFTS

Part-time staff and additional relief staff to cover all shifts.

Clinical Care Manager

Full-time position available to provide clinical and care coordination services; in accordance with youth’s Treatment Plan provide family therapy and group therapy with the potential to also provide individual therapy; develop behavior support plans with family and staff; crisis support in the milieu; chair ITP meetings, as assigned; participate in after hours on-call rotation for intake. Schedule includes at least one early evening until 7PM and flexible schedule based on needs of clients and program. Clinical Master’s degree required, licensed or license eligible.

Clinician

Full-time fee for service opportunity available for Saint Vincent’s community-based behavioral health programs and mental health clinic serving children, youth and families. Responsibilities include 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. Flexible schedule includes late afternoons/early evenings. Clinical master’s degree required; LMHC or LICSW preferred; one to two years related experience with children, adolescents and transitional-age youth required. Competitive hourly rate with benefits offered, including vacation, sick time, 403B, child care and wellness. Professional development opportunities and supervision for licensure provided.

Residential Counselors

Rewarding and challenging opportunities available for college students and other individuals who want to make a difference in the lives of children. Positions are immediately available to work with male latency aged and adolescent youth; part time and relief positions available on second shift within our campus and community-based living environments; responsibilities include teaching daily living, social and recreational skills to adolescent youth; implementation of therapeutic interventions and behavior management plans. We offer a supportive team environment and excellent opportunities for professional development and training. All employees accrue paid sick time. Part-time employees who work twenty or more hours are eligible for benefits, including health insurance, dental insurance, holidays, tuition assistance, sick leave and paid time off. Previous experience with children/adolescents preferred; High School diploma required.

 

We seek culturally competent, strengths-oriented personnel who possess an understanding of our communities served.