Are you looking for engaging work and the opportunity to make a difference?
The ALPHA Behavioral Health Center, with locations in the counties of Kershaw, Lee, and Chesterfield in South Carolina, seeks to provide quality services to individuals and their families to reduce problems associated with alcohol, tobacco and other drugs of abuse, behavioral health needs, and co-occurring disorders, in an accessible outpatient setting. We strive to:
Provide the best services available for each person and their families in need of prevention, intervention, treatment and recovery-support for alcohol and/or other drugs of abuse, behavioral health needs and/or co-occurring disorders.
Incorporate each person’s abilities, strengths, needs and preferences in all levels of care and services.
To facilitate healthy lifestyle changes in individuals and their families.
Utilize Best Practices to meet the needs of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs of abuse, behavioral health needs and co-occurring disorders.
Come join our team and help make a difference in someone’s life!
Licensed Clinical Counselor
Camden and Bishopville Offices
Requires a master’s degree from an accredited institution of higher learning in behavioral science, human services, or a related field and two or more years of experience working with community-based or rehabilitative programs. Strong case management background. Prefer LPC, LMSW or LISW license and strong case management background. Certification or licensure as an Addiction Counselor by SC LLR preferred. Must be available to work 8:30 – 5:00 weekdays, but seeking flexibility in scheduling for possible evening services to increase accessibility to consumers who work during the day. Come join our team and help make a difference in someone's life!
HISPANIC/LATINO SERVICES PROGRAM COORDINATOR/CLINICAL COUNSELOR
The position involves providing interpreting/translation, outreach and counseling services to Hispanic/Latino clients.
THE IDEAL CANDIDATE IS:
Mission-Aligned: You are passionate about making an impact by providing access to opportunities resources for the Hispanic community.
Detail Oriented: You have strong organizational skills in prioritizing activities, delivering on projects and achieving targets in a timely fashion; you are data-driven and meticulous in your attention to detail.
Natural Relationship Builder: People are drawn to you and you have a special capacity to successfully build new relationships and steward existing relationships to scale the agency’s mission.
Confident and Innovative: You bring fresh, new ideas and are comfortable contributing meaningful insights and opinions.
Bachelor’s degree in human services is required. Prior interpreter/translator experience as well as prior experience in the Human Services field is preferred. Must become qualified as an interpreter through an accrediting organization (ie American Translators Association www.atanet.org) within 5 years of employment.
To apply, please email resume and cover letter here. NO phone calls.