EMPLOYMENT- JOINING OUR TEAM
Talbert House not only offers a variety of services through out the community, but also offers a variety of benefits and opportunities for members of our team. Below describes more about who we are as an employer.
What should I expect as an employee?
- Competitive salary
- Comprehensive benefits package, including health, vision, dental, 403 (B), life insurance, S125 Flex Plan, Short Term and Long Term Disability, Paid Time Off/Holidays, Sick Days, Tuition Scholarship, etc. (NOTE: All benefits will be prorated if one works less than 40 hours/week)
- Regular day, evening, night, and/or weekend hours; full and part-time positions available (depending on position and program)
- Comprehensive orientation to the organization and your specific service
- Leadership and training opportunities
- Professional work environment
- Work within a diverse treatment team
- Supervision by experienced and independently-licensed staff
- Clinical supervision towards independent licensure
- CEUs for licensure through its Institute for Training and Development (ITD)
Why work for this affiliation?
- Provide direct services, such as individual and/or group counseling and psycho-education groups
- Provide clinical leadership in a program or service cluster
- Assist in developing research projects, new initiatives, and data collection
Training in Evidence-Based Practices
- Institute for Training Development (ITD) is devoted to providing quality continuing education opportunities in evidence-based practices. The ITD is an approved provider of continuing education for institutions including the OH Counselor & Social Worker Board, National Board for Certified Counselors, and OH Chemical Dependency Professionals Board.
Leadership Development (two training opportunities)
- Leadership Development Series: Provides upcoming leaders with an overview of topics that impact social service delivery and provides big picture thinking around issues such as HR, Finance, and Quality and Clinical Services. Participants complete a group project that provides ideas of improvement for both direct and central services.
- Emerging Leaders Training Series: Voluntary program for all staff members offer an opportunity to reflect on individual leadership approach and how others perceive them. Program topics will integrate elements of leadership practices to achieve career and organizational goals.
- Executive Curriculum for Emerging Leaders (EXCEL): Award-winning training that develops the individual goals of growing leaders in middle management. Classes are led by local business executives and attendees complete an extensive small group project to apply what was learned. Participating corporations include Procter and Gamble, Fifth Third Bank, and GE Aviation.
State-of-the-Art Treatment with Credible Results
- Clinical staff provides researched-based interventions, such as the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Teaching Family Model (TFM), and Motivational Interviewing (MI). These proven interventions are the most effective for the population you serve.
- The agency collects and analyzes data from its programs through independent research projects, funder-based assessments, and our Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) program to ensure clients are receiving quality services with effective results.
Access to Experts Dedicated to Help You Provide Quality, Result Based Services
- Our Quality and Clinical Services (QCS) department focuses on improving the services delivered at each program and has dedicated staff available to help you negotiate a changing and increasingly complex practice environment.
- QCS offers assistance with Best Practice issues; continuous quality improvement processes; risk management issues; compliance questions; HIPAA regulations; standards, certification and accreditation issues; and research design and data collection.
Where would I work?
Talbert House's primary service area is Brown, Butler, Clermont, Hamilton, and Warren counties in Ohio and Kenton County in Kentucky. Talbert House also serves additional counties in the region including Adams, Champaign, Clark, Darke, Fayette, Greene, Highland, Miami, Montgomery, and Preble.
Who would be my colleagues?
Our team is comprised of 850 dedicated staff members, many of whom hold various certifications/licenses, such as Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor, Licensed Social Worker, Licensed Independent Social Worker, Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, Medical Doctor, Psychiatric Nurse, Nurse Practitioner, Psychologist, and Psychiatrist.
How do I apply/search for job opportunities?
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Please note that once you go through this process, your application is not complete! If you demonstrate that you meet the minimum qualifications for the position(s) you applied for, you will be emailed a link to complete an online competency match from firstname.lastname@example.org within three business days. Completing this competency helps our affiliation match candidates with open positions. Make sure to check your spam/junk mail folder for it too.
Applicants have five days to complete the competency match, after which they are rejected. However, the sooner this is completed, the sooner your application will be processed. EO/AA Employer/M/F/Protected Vet/Disabled & an equal provider of services.