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

RESIDENTIAL COUNSELORS - ALL SHIFTS

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

Clinician-Outpatient Behavioral Health Clinic and In-Home Therapy Program

Full time fee for service opportunity available for Saint Vincent’s community-based behavioral health program 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 of program. 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.

Therapeutic Training and Support Worker

Part-time position is available within the Children’s Behavioral Health Initiative (CBHI) Program as part of the in-home treatment team working with the clinician. Responsibilities include providing community and home-based support to youth and families; carrying out specific goals of treatment plans; and assisting caregivers in supporting emotional/behavioral needs of their children. Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree required with at least two years experience with children/adolescents with significant emotional/behavioral needs. Flexible hours required including evenings and weekends.

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.