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To apply for any of the positions listed below, mail, email or fax your completed and signed application and resume to the address below:

St. Vincent Family Center
ATTN: Human Resources
1490 East Main Street
Columbus, Ohio 43205
Fax: (614) 252-8468

In addition to sending your resume, please complete the following job application:

Download the employment application here

Ensure that resumes are in Microsoft Word, Rich Text, HTML or Plain Text format.

Please Note: Positions are not eligible for relocation reimbursement. All final candidates for employment will be required to undergo and successfully complete a pre-employment screening to include a criminal background check and drug screening. No phone calls.

Community Family Intervention Provider

St. Vincent Family Center is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Community Family Intervention Provider.  Candidate will be working internally and externally to the organization with entire family units. The Community Family Intervention Provider will provide case management (linkage and referrals to community resources); crisis intervention in the home, school, and community; behavioral health interventions; assist with building the coping and social skills of children; and provide consultation and education to parents, schools and daycares, as needed. A Bachelor’s Degree plus 2 years of relevant community based experience, a valid driver’s license; reliable transportation and auto insurance are required. Must possess strong computer skills with the ability to execute concurrent documentation while engaging with clients.  LSW or LPC and case management experience strongly preferred.  Candidate must be willing to work evenings and some weekends.

Note: These positions are not eligible for relocation reimbursement. All final candidates for employment will be required to undergo and successfully complete a pre-employment screening to include a criminal background check and drug screening.

Group Clinician

The Group Clinician is responsible for working with children/youth and their families of various racial/cultural groups to provide therapeutic services on-site to include provision of therapeutic groups, coordination of services, crisis intervention and stabilization, training, mental health education, and linkage to necessary community resources.  This position requires timely documentation of services, maintenance of appropriate clinical documentation and attendance and participation in supervision and staff meetings.  This position requires a Bachelors or Masters degree in Social Work/Counseling and current licensure in the state of Ohio (LSW/LPC).

Evening Outpatient Clinician (Exempt, Full-Time)

As a member of the Outpatient Family Services Team, you will be responsible for working on-site with children and their families to provide therapeutic services.  Services include assessments, treatment planning, individual and family psychotherapy, mental health education, and linkage to community resources. Previous experience working with pre-school and school-age children and families preferred.  Master’s Degree in Social Work/Counseling and current licensure in the State of Ohio (LSW/LISW, LPC/LPCC or Psychologist) is required. Spanish speaking is desirable.  Proficiency with Microsoft Word and Outlook is necessary. The work schedule is as-needed based on the department caseload and will operate primarily in the evening hours.

Therapeutic School Age Clinician

The qualified individual will carry a case load of 18-20 school-age children within a therapeutic school setting, be responsible for providing individual, family and group therapy; crisis intervention and linkage to needed community resources and work in team environment with Behavioral Specialist, Teachers, and Psychiatric staff.

Qualifications: Master’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling, or other related discipline required. Experience working with severely emotionally disturbed children in mental health capacity and excellent interpersonal communication skills is a must. Minimum LSW or LPC required. . Minimum two years of experience working with children with behavioral or emotional challenges and families.

Residential Clinical Director

The Clinical Director is responsible for the continuous clinical development of the Residential Program staff including Clinicians, Case Manager and Adaptive Behavioral Specialist staff.  The Clinical Director is responsible for ensuring clinical documentation and clinical outcomes for the Residential Program meet requirements as required by the Agency and the Agency’s regulatory bodies. Responsible for creating and maintaining a culture that values employees and promotes employee wellness and self-care. 


Education and/or Experience: Master’s Degree in Social Work, Clinical Psychology, Counseling or related area of Human Service required. Experience in Residential and Foster Care or other 24/7 acute care is strongly preferred.  Minimum of 5 years experience providing relevant mental health services to children birth to 18 years of age.                                                                     

Licenses: Current licensure or license eligible in the State of Ohio (LISW, LPCC, or Ph.D.) is required. Rendering Provider number required based on level of licensure. National Provider Identification number required. Valid Ohio driver’s license and current auto insurance.

Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant (ECMH)

SVFC is searching for qualified candidates to fill the position of an Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant.  This position requires a Masters degree in social work/counseling/psychology or related field.  The Consultant selected for this position will be providing consultation services to children ages

 0-6 and their families, teachers and other staff at their designated child care centers using DECA, Incredible Years, Trauma Informed Care, and other evidenced-based programming. Our program mission is to promote the healthy social and emotional development and address the mental health needs of young children ages 0-6. Reliable transportation is a requirement for the position.

Foster Care Case Manger

The Foster Care Case Manager, as a member of the Foster Care Team is responsible for providing case management, coordination, Community Psychiatric Support Treatment (CPST) and intervention services to foster youth and consultation, education and support to their foster families.  These services may be provided in various locations both internal and external to the organization and is driven by the needs of the foster youth and foster family.  Services include, but are not limited to: case management, consultation, crisis intervention, prevention, consultation, education, advocacy, monitoring and linkage to needed community resources. 


Education and/or Experience: Bachelor degree in Social Work or related field required.  Minimum of two years’ experience working with children and families preferred.

Licenses: Licensed Social Worker/LSW or Licensed Professional Counselor/LPC required.  Adoption Assessors Tier I and Tier II certification a plus. Valid Driver’s license, valid automobile insurance with required limits and current vehicle registration required.


St. Vincent Family Center has an opening for an experienced licensed nurse.  The qualified candidate will perform all necessary functions of Med Somatic services to include distribution of medication, routine medical evaluations, maintain client records, assist physician as needed, and handle parent contact and education regarding client medical needs; other assigned duties as required. This position requires a strong ability to multi-task, prioritize and work in a fast-paced environment. Current Ohio Board of Nursing Licensure is required. Degree from an approved nursing program (RN, LPN): Bachelor’s Degree preferred. Current certification in First Aid and CPR, minimum three years experience working with children and their families, and strong skills in pediatric assessment is required.  Flexibility is a must.  Both RN’s and LPN’s are encouraged to apply.

Adaptive Behavioral Specialist

The Adaptive Behavioral works alongside a team of dedicated childcare providers with an at risk and behaviorally challenged population of children and families. The goal of the position is to work with the child to implement a behavior plan, instill civility and work with the child during times of crisis or breakdown. We have full time, part time, and on call/contingent positions available in several different departments; our residential unit has positions available in first, second and third shift. The ideal applicant would have at least a high school diploma and approximately 1-2 years of relevant experience working with children, preferably children in an at risk population.


The qualified individual will join our team of educators and therapeutic staff to provide academic instruction to children in a uniquely blended academic and mental health elementary school setting. Our openings are currently in Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grades.  The teacher is responsible for all academic instruction in a small classroom setting of two adults per approximately ten children. The academic instruction classroom will follow the Common Core State Standards as set forth by the school’s curriculum.  The teacher will be partnered with an Adaptive Behavioral Specialist who will provide the therapeutic portion of the curriculum.

Qualifications: Applicant should have at minimum a Bachelor’s Degree in Education or related degree and hold current licensure through the Ohio Department of Education. Master’s Degree in Education or Special Education background preferred but not mandatory. This position requires a strong ability to multi-task, prioritize and work in a fast-paced, family focused environment.  Previous experience working with children with emotional or behavioral challenges is a plus.  Proficiency with Microsoft Word and Outlook is necessary.



If qualified, please download, print and complete an application and mail along with resume to St. Vincent Family Center, Attn: Human Resources, 1490 E. Main Street, Columbus, OH 43205 or to fax to 614-252-8468. EOE