Eastway Behavioral Healthcare is the largest, private, not-for-profit provider of mental health, substance abuse, housing, residential, employment and educational services in the Miami Valley with additional services located in Washington Courthouse and Columbus, Ohio. Awards include; Dayton Top Workplace, The Alfred P. Sloan Award for Business Excellence in Workplace Flexibility, and the Psychologically Healthy Workplace Ohio Psychological Association's Award with National nominations.
Overview of Program: The Ranch of Opportunity, located in Fayette County, extends Eastway's continuum of services to meet the complex needs of children and adolescents who require a full spectrum of behavioral health services. The Ranch offers a peaceful and spacious environment, away from the pressure of an urban setting and the negative influence of peers. It will provide a healthy setting for adolescents to live, learn and develop. The location is convenient to families and referral sources in Columbus, Cincinnati and Dayton, which expands our range of service as well as promotes the meaningful involvement of significant other's in treatment.
The primary responsibility of this position is to work in an adolescent residential treatment center with girls ages 13-18 that have experienced a high prevalence of traumatic events. Will also be responsible for the overall implementation of policies and procedures while providing quality, effective, and efficient therapeutic interventions and for the direct sight and sound supervision of the clients while in treatment. We are currently hiring for pool (work as need) positions. All shifts are currently avaialble. Offering competitive wages. Other:Caring and empathetic person who understands the high prevalence of traumatic experiences in persons who receive behavioral health services. Knowledge of adolescents who have experienced complex traumas, mental health and substance abuse issues.
Other: Caring and empathetic person who understands the high prevalence of traumatic experiences in persons who receive behavioral health services. Knowledge of children who have experienced complex traumas, mental health and substance abuse issues. This position also requires candidates to pass Safe Crisis Management (SCM) training, which requires individuals to be physically capable of sustained, intense exertion. May not have a physical disability or condition that would prevent one from participating in the physical restraint techniques and exercises (such as dropping repeatedly to knees, supporting another adult's weight, twisting and turning. Must be 21 years old.
High School Diploma or GED
This job reports to the Program Manager
This is a Part-Time position 1st Shift, 2nd Shift, 3rd Shift.
Relocation is not provided and travel is required frequently