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As one of Ohio’s best pediatric behavioral health care providers, our team works closely with families and caregivers to help children struggling with a wide range of mental health and behavioral challenges acquire the skills they need to live their best life. All members of the St. Vincent Family Center staff are committed to making good kids better. We are proud to have a team of highly trained professionals who are both ethical and compassionate in service to our children.

Come work at SVFC and see just how good it feels to make a difference. Current openings and benefits are listed in the sections below. When you are ready to apply, please click the APPLY NOW button. If you are interested in volunteer opportunities, please click here.


Chief Financial Officer

The Chief Financial Officer (CFO), a direct report to the Chief Executive Officer and member of the executive leadership team, is key to advancing the mission of St. Vincent Family Center by strategically strengthening the organization’s capacity to deliver its programs, operations and services. Bringing to the role a respectful, constructive and energetic style, the CFO’s work will align with and cascade from the CEO’s goals and objectives.

The CFO is responsible for planning, directing, managing, and overseeing complex fiscal and information technology functions, and provides the vision, leadership and management for sound financial and technology programs. The CFO shall insure SVFC has appropriate operational controls, administrative and reporting procedures, and people systems in place to effectively grow the organization and to ensure financial strength and operating efficiency.

Specific responsibilities include the treasury and investment functions, cash management, budgetary processes, financial reporting, and business relationships with external organizations.

Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Business Administration or related field or equivalent work experience required. A minimum of 7 years in a finance managerial position, including responsibility for supervision of other personnel and oversight and development of complex financial and information technology operations is preferred. Three years’ experience in the Behavioral Health Care field is highly desirable. A demonstrated ability to lead people and get results through others.


Program Director

The Program Director is responsible for service coordination, marketing, direct services and clinical documentation and outcomes for the Therapeutic Pre-School Services and Early Childhood Mental Health services. Daily duties include but are not limited to; supervision of department personnel, staff training and development and ensuring that clinical staff are meeting clinical documentation requirements as determined by the agency and regulatory rules and requirements. Select the Apply Now button to learn more about specific responsibilities. Master’s degree in Social Work, Clinical Psychology, Counseling or related are of Human Services required.  Current license or license eligible in the state of Ohio (LISW-S, LPCC-S) is required. Rendering Provider Number required based on level of license. National Provider Identification (NPI) required.  Minimum two years of experience providing relevant mental health services to children birth through 18 years of age. Valid Driver’s license ad proof of Auto Liability Insurance coverage required. 


Prevention Program Director

Under the general direction of the VP of Clinical Operations, the Program Director is responsible for the coordination, development, implementation and evaluation of prevention services and Beatty Park services. This position creates and revises programs, develops policies and guidelines, supervises department personnel, provides employees training and development, organizes community awareness events and ensures employees are meeting documentation requirements as determined by the agency and licensure and certification rules and requirements. The Program Director utilizes public health and community organizing models and works with youth populations, in schools and in the community, to address the root causes of mental illness, drug use/abuse and violence. The Program Director will collect and maintain accurate data, generate reports and attend management level trainings and meetings. Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Clinical Psychology, Counseling or related are of Human Services required. Master’s degree and current licensure or License eligible in the state of Ohio (LSW or LPC) is preferred. Prevention Certification (OCPC: Ohio Certified Prevention Consultant) preferred. Rendering Provider Number required based on level of licensure required. National Provider Identification (NPI) required. Minimum two years of experience managing/supervising program staff that provide mental health/substance abuse services to children birth through 18 years of age. Valid Driver’s license ad proof of Auto Liability Insurance coverage required.


Prevention Coordinator

The Prevention Coordinator is responsible providing a range of prevention activities that promote social and emotional health and well-being, as well as alcohol, tobacco and drug intervention initiatives to youth, families and community members within schools, churches and the community.

  • High School Diploma or GED required
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling, Psychology or related discipline preferred
  • Prevention Certification (Ohio Certified Prevention Specialist)
  • Minimum 6 months experience in mental health or AOD prevention
  • Valid Driver’s License, Vehicle Registration and Proof of Auto Liability Insurance Coverage.
  • Proficiency with MS Windows and Outlook
  • Minimum two years of experience working with children and families


Foster Care Manager

Responsible for directing all aspects of St Vincent Family Center (SVFC) foster care program to include: compliance with Ohio Department of Job and Family Services/ODJFS policies, procedure, in addition to ensuring that all accrediting standards are met. Additionally, responsible for building relationships in the community for collaboration and partnerships; program development and strategic planning; achieving positive program outcomes, adhering to program budget, census requirements, and agency service plan goals. Master’s Degree in Social Work or Counseling required. Current Licensure or License eligible in the State of Ohio (LISW-S, LPCC-S or Ph.D.) is required plus the minimum of 4 years’ experience working with children and families in a therapeutic or foster care setting. Proven experience attending to, and following through on, details related to budgets, contracts and licensing regulations. Adoption Assessors Tier I and Tier II certification a plus. Rendering Provider number required based on level of licensure. National Provider Identification number required.


Community Family Intervention Provider

St. Vincent Family Center is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Community Family Intervention Provider. Candidate will be providing therapeutic supportive services in homes, schools, and community environments with children and their families. Providers work with children within every age range from 3 to 18 years of age. The services help children build emotional and social skills and help parents with strategies and structure in the home. The Community Family Intervention Provider can also provide case management (linkage and referrals to community resources); crisis intervention and provide consultation and education to parents, schools and day cares, as needed.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s or Master Degree in Sociology, Psychology, Child or Human Development, Social Work, Counseling, or other related discipline required. Minimum of two years’ experience working with children and families, valid driver’s license, reliable transportation and auto insurance are required. Must possess strong computer skills and have the ability to execute collaborative documentation while engaging with clients. Candidate must be willing to work evenings to accommodate family’s schedules.


Hispanic/Latino Community Family Intervention Provider

St. Vincent Family Center is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Community Family Intervention Provider in the Hispanic-Latino department. Candidate will be providing therapeutic supportive services in homes, schools, and community environments with children and their families. Providers work with children within every age range from 3 to 18 years of age. The services help children build emotional and social skills and help parents with strategies and structure in the home. The Community Family Intervention Provider can also provide case management (linkage and referrals to community resources); crisis intervention and provide consultation and education to parents, schools and day cares, as needed.

Qualifications: Spanish speaking required. Bachelor’s or Master Degree in Sociology, Psychology, Child or Human Development, Social Work, Counseling, or other related discipline required. Minimum of two years’ experience working with children and families, valid driver’s license, reliable transportation and auto insurance are required. Must possess strong computer skills and have the ability to execute collaborative documentation while engaging with clients. Candidate must be willing to work evenings to accommodate family’s schedules.


Lead Group Clinician

The Lead Group Clinician is responsible for training/coordinating services with and for agency Group Clinicians to ensure accurate and efficient provision of therapeutic groups, coordination of services, crisis intervention and stabilization, training, mental health education, and linkage to necessary community resources. Under direct supervision of the St. Vincent Prep Academy Program Director this individual is also responsible for ensuring consistency in therapeutic group development and implementation, coordinating the day-to-day workflow, processes, and scheduling of St. Vincent Prep Academy/Residential Group Clinicians. Responsible for assisting the Program Director with the continuous development of staff, service coordination, marketing, direct service, and ensuring that staff are meeting clinical documentation requirements and clinical outcomes for the Agency’s Program Services and as required by the agency and licensure and certification rules and requirements.  Masters Degree in Social Work/Counseling as well as current LSW/LISW or LPC/LPCC licensure in the state is required.


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).

Note: $1,000 sign-on bonus available


Residential Clinician

St. Vincent Family Center is seeking qualified candidates for the full time position of Residential Clinician.  The selected individual will work with children/youth and their families of various racial/cultural groups to provide therapeutic services on-site and in the community to include coordination of services, diagnostic assessments, treatment planning, crisis intervention and stabilization, training, mental health education and linkage to necessary community resources.  Master’s Degree in Social Work/Counseling and current LSW/LPC required, LISW/LPCC licensure is preferred.  The position hours are from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM or 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM Monday through Friday.


Beatty Park Elementary Clinician

Looking for an energetic, team-oriented person to join our group of Clinicians, who provide individual & group counseling to SED children (K-5th Grade) at Beatty Park Elementary School. This full-time, year-round position includes: providing counseling & classroom interventions with children during the school year, and delivery of mental health services during the breaks and summer. Responsibilities include working with teachers, other school staff & service providers as member of clinical & educational team, supporting the child in a blended academic/mental health environment, conducting structured groups, and providing linkage with services as needed. Minimum requirements: Master’s degree in Social Work or Counseling, or related field, and experience working with children with mental health or behavioral challenges.  LPC or LSW preferred.


Outpatient Family Services Clinician

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. We currently have full time positions and part-time evening positions available.


St. Vincent Prep Academy Clinician

Successful candidate will carry a case load of 15-18 children, be responsible for providing individual, family and group therapy, and work in team environment with Behavioral Specialist, Teacher, and Psychiatric staff. This position also requires the documentation and maintenance of appropriate clinical documentation and attendance and participation in supervision and staff meetings. LSW/LPC minimum required, LISW/LPCC preferred.  Experience working with children in mental health capacity and excellent interpersonal communication skills is a must.


Nurse

St. Vincent Family Center is seeking licensed nurses to work a full-time schedule of Monday-Friday, 12:30 PM – 8:30 PM. St. Vincent Family Center is also seeking a Part-Time Nurse to work 7:00 AM – 7:30 PM the 2nd and 4th weekend of every month. The Nurse will be responsible for the nursing treatment and nursing referral(s) for children and staff, as well as performing all of the necessary nursing functions of Agency Program services.  Daily activities include, but are not limited to: support for staff doctors, distribution of medication and routine medical evaluations. The licensed nurses are responsible for educating children, parent/guardians and staff about psychotropic medications and/or medical conditions across all departments and teams. Nurses report to the Director of Nursing. Bachelor’s degree and RN required.  Previous experience in pediatric health preferred.

Note: $1000 signing bonus available for LPN’s and RN’s


St. Vincent Prep Academy Behavioral Specialist

Join a talented team working hard to make good kids better! Our Prep Academy behavioral health specialists work as a team with caring and compassionate doctors, nurses, clinicians, and case workers in order to help at risk children 3-12 years old. They engage children through play and therapeutic interventions, provide safe and nurturing interactions, and follow evidence-based programming with high success rates for academic readiness. We are looking for energetic, experienced Full-Time behavioral specialists to work in our Preschool and Elementary therapeutic school program with children ages 3 through 12. Teachers and specialists work in classrooms with a low ratio and are responsible for creating a fun and nurturing classroom environment, engaging children in academic learning, implementing daily programming and lesson planning, running social-emotional groups, and providing crisis intervention as needed. Bachelors Degree required with minimum of 1- 2 years of professional experience working with children and preferably in an at risk population, or with actual behaviorally challenging clients. If working with preschool age children, a Child Development Associate credential (CDA) or an Early Childhood Development degree preferred. The typical work schedule is Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM.


Residential Behavioral Specialist

Seeking caring and energetic individuals for positions working with children in our Residential program. This program operates 24/7. You will assist with adaptive strategies to improve social, emotional, and daily living skills and provide crisis intervention. A Bachelors Degree with 3 years of professional experience working with children required and preferably in an at risk population, or with actual behaviorally challenging clients. Licensed Social Worker; or Professional Counselor strongly preferred. Full-time and Part-time positions available. All shifts available to include nights and weekends.


Maintenance Technician

Seeking qualified candidate to fill the position of Maintenance Technician. In this position you will be responsible for performing general maintenance at the Agency’s main campus location. This position will work alongside two other Maintenance Technicians and report to the Facility Services Manager. The hourly rate will be $14. Key responsibilities include: completing maintenance and repair tasks in all areas of the building, answering and responding to urgent maintenance situations, assisting outside vendors as needed, and light grounds keeping.

Qualifications: Preferred two years experience in a similar work setting and some knowledge in plumbing, electrical, painting and drywall. High school diploma or equivalent and valid driver’s license with proof of auto liability insurance required.


SVFC understands the importance of students having the opportunity to integrate classroom learning into practice and engage with other professionals in their discipline. We recognize that these opportunities also create talented individuals ready to enter the profession. If you are interested in learning more about an internship opportunity with SVFC please click here. Spaces are limited.

St. Vincent employees enjoy a diverse, inclusive and welcoming team environment. Some benefits include:

  • Medical, Dental and Vision insurance
  • Generous Paid-Time-Off (PTO) package
  • Life Insurance
  • Short-term and Long-term Disability Insurance
  • 401(K) Retirement Savings Plan—Match 50% up to 6%
  • Education Assistance Program
    • Tuition Reimbursement
    • Fee Waivers
    • Student Loan Forgiveness Opportunity
  • Robust Wellness Program
  • Major Discount on YMCA Membership
  • Free Meals for Direct Care Staff
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Professional Development with Outside Training Opportunities
  • Free Parking
  • Convenient location (near bus stop)
  • Employee Appreciation and Awards