Odyssey House is seeking Licensed Clinical Mental Health Therapists for our expanded and new services. Positions available are full and part time; day, evening and weekend shifts; available work locations are Taylorsville, Sugarhouse, and Downtown Salt Lake City; services are outpatient, intensive outpatient, residential adult, adolescent, and parent programs. We offer a wide array of therapeutic settings that will fit your lifestyle, skills, and interests. We also offer flexible work hours (four 10 hour days for example) for full time positions. We are providing sign on bonuses for successful candidates.
Odyssey House's Mission is "Empowering people to heal and build better lives" and we are dedicated to helping individuals and families reclaim their lives through effective substance abuse treatment, prevention, and mental health services. Our programs address education, job skills, healthcare, sober housing, behavioral management, and aftercare support to ensure lifelong success. We are proud to be the largest treatment provider in Utah with the most innovative programs available. 'We Are Recovery,' and we mean it with all of our heart.
Odyssey Awards & Stats (Based on 2019 Anonymous Staff Survey - 168 Responses):
- 2019 Salt Lake Tribune Top Workplace award
- 22 Best of State awards
- 98% feel work is meaningful and they make an impact
- 96% feel Odyssey provides high quality care
- 94% are satisfied with Odyssey
- 97% feel supported by their supervisor
- 97% enjoy their supervisor
- 94% feel supervisors value their feedback
- 94% are optimistic about Odyssey's success
- 94% are satisfied with executive leadership
Compensation: Negotiable based on experience
Odyssey Provides the Following Benefits:
- Competitive Pay
- Incredible health insurance
- 5% employer retirement contribution
- Long and short term disability
- 31 paid days off per year
- Student loan forgiveness eligibility
- $9k per year tuition eligibility
- Ongoing education
- Casual atmosphere and dress
- Monthly incentives and awards
- Raises and advancement opportunities
- Work at a well established, growing, and highly respected community agency
- Appropriately diagnose mental health and substance-related conditions using the DSM V.
- Appropriately assess client needs using ASAM Patient Placement Criteria.
- Conduct individual, family, and group therapy as assigned.
- Develop effective level of rapport with clients on caseload while maintaining healthy boundaries.
- Complete thorough and effective assessments in required time frames.
- Coordinate client psychiatric evaluations and other wrap-around services to provide effective care.
- Utilize motivational techniques to retain and support client progress.
- Actively utilize the treatment team for clinical support on caseload.
- Participate in extracurricular activities with clients.
- Connect clients to community resources.
- Proactively involve and communicate with collateral supports, including family, significant others, probation officers, judges, caseworkers, and others.
- Document all incidents immediately and report as required.
- Other duties as assigned.
Licensure / Education / Prior Experience Required:
- Licensed Mental Health Professional, including: CSW, LCSW, ACMHC, LCMHC, MFTI.
- Graduate degree in mental health field.
- If working with children or vulnerable adult population, must pass a criminal background check.
- First Aid and CPR Certification (provided).
- Must comply with annual TB tests and Flu immunization.
- Pass pre-employment drug screen and be willing to undergo drug screenings as a condition of employment.
Passion for Community Service and helping others to realize their own potential.
Communication Skills to problem solve directly with clients and other staff.
Reliability to fill their support staff shifts and deliver on position responsibilities.
Self-Starter qualities to independently address issues and needs in our organization community.
Teachable - Willingness to learn and grow in their position.
All employees of Odyssey House are required to adhere to: Odyssey House mission, philosophy and scope of service; Division of Human Services Code of Conduct and all other relevant service contract requirement standards; ensuring a safe environment for all clients and staff; providing exemplary customer service to both internal and external customers; fostering a positive work environment; ensuring high quality client care within the scope of assigned position.
Each employee is expected to clearly understand roles and responsibilities regarding the following: Specific job position, time management, personnel file requirements, client record system, incident reporting, mandatory training requirements, maintaining proper client boundaries, individual rights of clients and staff.
Physical Demands of the Job: Ability to lift up to 15 lbs, driving (or adequate alternate transportation), sitting for prolonged periods, light to moderate physical activity at times. Able to passively restrain residents without likely injury to self due to existing medical condition.