JOB POSTING INTRO
EVERY DAY IS ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY TO CHANGE SOMEONE’S LIFE
Imagine the difference you can make? Are you looking for a workplace that prides itself in clinical excellence and training in cutting edge clinical practice? Are you looking for a diverse group of dedicated individuals devoted to delivering quality therapeutic and substance use services? Are you willing to contribute to your community, create hope and cultivate success in others? Are you prepared to feel proud, be excited and motivated to drive to work each day and be a part of something much bigger than yourself? Chrysalis Health looks for talented, hard- working, positive people that are passionate, energetic, professionals that will contribute to both our culture and success. Could this be you?
Who We Are And What We Do
Chrysalis Health is a for-profit, community mental health center recognized and respected for innovative programming and an industry leader. The Company was established in 1995 when our CEO, Manuel Menendez took over Crawford Center to expand therapeutic services for children suffering from sexual trauma. Today, Chrysalis Health employs nearly 1,000 employees to provide a comprehensive array of programming and services to children, adolescents, families and adults to include:
Individual, Group and Family Therapy
Adult Psychosocial Rehabilitation
Residential Programs and Services
Mental Health Treatment
Substance Use Services
Trauma Focused Services
Psychological and Psychosexual Evaluation
Sexual Behavior and Trauma Specific Treatment
Case Management and Care Coordinator Services
Areas of Specialization
Substance Use and Co-Occurring Disorders
Chronic and Severe Behavioral Health Conditions
Six Things You Should Know About Chrysalis Health
As you explore career opportunities you will learn many things about many places. Short on time? Here’s what makes Chrysalis Health a great place to work and six things we want you to know about joining our team:
- Most Important Asset. The dedicated professionals across Florida at Chrysalis Health are our most important asset.
- Clinical Excellence. We provide training and supervision in evidenced based and innovative cutting edge practices. The knowledge you acquire at Chrysalis Health becomes an invaluable asset carried throughout the rest of your career.
- Opportunity. A diversified community mental health and substance use company with major operations in residential, therapeutic, psychiatric, substance use and psychosocial rehabilitation programming and services, as well as the necessary departments to support operations. Ability to work amongst well-known and highly awarded professional within the industry.
- Work/Life Balance. From our onsite yoga classes and meditations to our flexible corporate culture, we offer a number of benefits that help our team members succeed in and beyond the workplace. Integration of competitive compensation packages, health and ancillary benefits, retirement planning, employee assistance programs, learning and development, as well as performance and recognition.
- Community Impact. We strengthen and change lives every day. We help build meaningful relationships, encourage personal responsibility and promote respect for oneself and others. By fulfilling a need to help and serve, we create a ripple effect within communities across Florida.
- Diversity. We strive to provide culturally competent services that recognize and respect the behavior, ideas, attitudes, values, beliefs customs, language, rituals, ceremonies, practices and characteristics of a particular group of people.
What do you want to be when you grow up? Everyone was asked this question as a child. Did you envision yourself contributing to your community, creating hope and cultivating success within those you encounter? That is what our team does every day! Outpatient Therapists (OPTs) provide a range of therapeutic services. As an OPT, you will have the opportunity to receive supervision and direction from our experienced staff of Clinical Supervisors. You also will provide mental health and substance abuse counseling to a range of diverse clients, including children, adolescents, adults and families. Our Outpatient Therapists are empowered to perform individual, family and group services within the community. Chrysalis Health OPTs deliver services in home, school, various community sites as well as in traditional office settings as available. This enables our Therapists to build the rapport which is vital to our mission. As an OPT you will collaborate with multidisciplinary treatment teams to formulate and review individualized treatment plans and assist in coordinating discharge planning. Outpatient Therapists have the flexibility, autonomy and independence to structure their work day to best suit their client needs while still maintaining the work-life balance we all desire. OPTs complete administrative tasks wherever their company issued laptop will allow (always on time of course!) Our clinical staff serves as liaisons for clients and families seeking referral sources and other social services within the community. Every day is different, rewarding and will allow you to grow as a professional!!
POSITION’S ESSENTIAL FUNTIONS
Do you have what we to look for?
- Do you work well on deadline?
- Is your DSM-V knowledge a source of pride?
- Do you want to be part of a team that takes pride in adhering to the strictest ethical standards while maintaining ongoing chart audits and ensuring compliance and quality assurance of services provides?
- Are your computer and internet skills only overshadowed by your clinical and interpersonal skills?
If you require Americans with Disabilities Act accommodations to participate, please notify Rochelle Rattray, (954) 587 – 1008 ext 1021 within at least seven (7) days.
The Chrysalis Center is committed to maintaining a Drug-Free Workplace in compliance with all applicable state and federal laws.
The Chrysalis Center offers equal employment opportunity to all applicants for employment and to all employees regardless of age, sex, race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, or disability.