Step into the future with our brand-new Substance Use Disorder (SUD) program, a groundbreaking initiative within a well-established organization boasting a 115-year legacy of serving adolescents. This is not just a job; it's an invitation to shape history. You'll be the driving force behind a program that's poised to make a lasting impact.
Joining this dynamic team means more than a job title; it's an opportunity to shape a program from its very roots. Being apart of our team, you'll not only directly impact clients but also be the storyteller, spreading the word about our mission through community and internal outreach. You won't just be a clinician; you'll be a builder, helping to assemble a team as passionate and forward-thinking as you are.
This isn't just a ride; it's a journey of active participation in shaping the development and future of our program. As the team expands, you'll find opportunities to step into leadership roles, playing a pivotal part in steering the team towards success.
Your qualifications and expertise are the foundation of our success. Hold a Master’s degree in counseling, Psychology, Social Work, or a related field. Carry a California license: LCSW, LMFT, or LPCC.
Embody empathy, patience, and a nonjudgmental approach. Demonstrate a deep understanding of ethical and legal guidelines governing youth substance abuse treatment and confidentiality.
As a pioneer in our brand-new program, your legacy extends beyond daily tasks. You're not just filling a role; you're shaping the narrative and leaving an indelible mark on the lives of those we serve. Join us on the front lines of change. Be the Catalyst for Transformation. Apply now and be a part of something extraordinary.