Job Opportunities at DBHRC
Destiny Behavioral Health Residential Care (DBHRC) strives to employ people who care for the wellbeing of people. DBHRC is an equal opportunity employer who wants to hear from you if you believe you have the passion, training, and willingness to learn the way DBHC cares for their residents and want to join our team! We hire on the spot for those who meet criteria for the employment in which they apply.
If you are interested in applying please do so regardless if we are currently hiring as we will keep your resume and application on file for a minimum of six months. Behavioral Health Technician (BHT) Destiny Behavioral Health is looking for qualified behavioral health technicians (BHT).
There are three possible shifts for this job:
You will need a level 1 fingerprint clearance card, TB test on record, CPI and CPR/First Aid training, and ability to pass background check. You will also need to pass a urine drug screening upon hiring and be willing to give random drug screenings throughout your employment upon request from supervisors. This is a very fun job where you get to spend time with the residents throughout the day in helping them in daily tasks such as cooking meals and driving them to 12-step recovery meetings.
Please email your resume to:Yemi Ogunla at email email@example.com
Licensed Associate Counselor (LAC)
This position is only available as a part time (20-30 hours) position. Applicants must be licensed by the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners (AZBBHE) as a Licensed Associate Counselor (LAC) in good standing with the board and no violations.
Supervision towards independent licensure will occur with Teri Hourihan, LPC, NCC on a minimum of a biweekly timeframe. Applicants need to have a level one fingerprint clearance card, CPR/First Aid, recent negative TB test, and valid driver license with no restrictions. CPR/First Aid needs to be completed prior to first day of hire. For those who do not have updated CPR/First Aid it will be provided to you.
Masters or Doctoral Level Internship
This position will begin December 2018. People interested are encouraged to apply now. Those interested in internship at DBHRC need to be in a Masters of Counseling program that is a licensure track program. Interns will learn the skills of all areas of counseling included in the job description below. Applicants need to have a level one fingerprint clearance card, CPR/First Aid, recent negative TB test, and valid driver license with no restrictions. CPR/First Aid needs to be completed prior to first day of hire. For those who do not have updated CPR/First Aid it will be provided to you.
Job Description for Interns and Counselors
The person who will be most happy in this position is that person who is high energy, enjoys moving around a lot, likes outdoors and activity such as hiking, walking, running, yoga, swimming, golf, and movies. This person has an easy time building rapport with people and enjoys providing care to disadvantaged persons. This person will also have a history of diverse training and cultural experience. All clientele and employees represent a high degree of diversity at DBHRC. There are five facilities and all clinical staff work in all five facilities. There is driving involved and required. While clinical staff are not required to drive clientele many times it occurs with company vehicles because at times it is needed to help the treatment process. Counselors will engage in individual and group counseling. There is room to integrate your interest into counseling. Counseling in a residential home setting is completed in the homes and in client rooms. There are no offices in the facility so persons applying need to be comfortable with this set up. Counselors need to be creative in their counseling approach with clients which can include going for walks as a way to counsel with clients, playing games to teach social and memory skills, or engaging family to engage clients in their treatment. All clinical staff have an opportunity to learn the skills of Animal Assisted Therapy and EMDR. Those trained in these two areas will be highly considered. This job requires flexibility and allows you to be flexible as well. A general workday consists of showing at 9:00 am and staying until 4 to 6 pm. Following you will complete your notes in your home setting. Clinical staff can stay at the facility to complete notes or can complete at their own residence and comfort. All notes are kept in an online HIPAA compliant medical records forum. The right person needs to be very organized and able to manage their time well.
Tasks Completed by Counselors and Interns: psychosocial assessments, treamtent plans, treatment plan updates, drug and alcohol testing, medication assistance and training to BHT staff, individual counseling, risk assessment, relapse prevention, case staffings, case management and note writing, suicide and homicide risk assessment, and documentation.