Job Bank for Behavioral Health Positions

Click on one of our member agencies below to see their current employment opportunities.

Washington Council Job Opportunities

We don’t have any job openings at this time.

Non-Member Job Opportunities

Program Administrator, Correct Care Solutions – Maple Lane Competency Restoration Program in Centralia, WA

Correct Care Solutions (CCRS) is a national public healthcare leader caring for underserved patients in correctional settings, psychiatric hospitals and residential treatment facilities. We have an opportunity for a Program Administrator at the Maple Lane Competency Restoration Program in Centralia, WA. We offer comprehensive benefits, a 401K, tuition reimbursement, competitive compensation, and much more. Click here to learn more about the position, and to apply!

Chemical Dependency Professional, Cowlitz Family Health Center – Longview, WA

Cowlitz Family Health Center is an established non-profit Community Health Center in S.W. Washington, seeking an experienced Chemical Dependency Professional. We have clinics in Cowlitz, Wahkiakum, and Pacific counties that include Medical, Dental and Behavioral Health Services, for high-risk, low-income and multi-ethnic population. We pride ourselves in our ability to provide exceptional care for our patients and clients and our sincere connection to the communities we serve. We are looking for a Chemical Dependency Professional to work at our residential and Outpatient facilities. Do you have a passion to help people? Do you have the patience to be a good listener? Can you work in a stress filled environment and still make logical decisions. Are you self motivated and great at multi-tasking with a team or independently? Do you have CDP certification in WA and have certification/registrations necessary to be compliant with immunizations, HIV/AIDS training, CPR and First Aid? We would be very interested in finding out about you. Click here to learn more about this opportunity, and to apply!

For information on posting to our job board, contact Amanda Nabors at anabors@thewashingtoncouncil.org