WestCare Hires For Two Jobs For Gulf Coast Florida Divison

Want to work for a nonprofit organization that helps the mentally ill, substance abusers and the homeless?

WestCare is now hiring two positions for their Gulf Coast Florida division.

WestCare is hiring a crisis intervention/prevention specialist and a behavioral technician.

Applicants must have a bachelor's degree in a health-related field for the crisis intervention/prevention specialist position.  The applicant must also have a valid Florida driver's license.

Some of this position's responsibilities include providing intensive care to children with SED, and executing and running programs like Respite, Daily Living Skills, Case Management and Crisis Intervention.

Interested applicants for the behavioral technician position must have a minimum of one year experience with clients in a residential setting and a valid Florida driver's license.

This position is for the Residential SA Treatment program and there are several shifts available.
There is an overnight shift from midnight to 8 a.m. and daytime and evenings.

The Behavioral Technician's position involves daily care and supervision of homeless clients with substance and mental health problems. The employee must follow program rules and insure the safety of all residents.

WestCare is a nonprofit organization that gives a wide range of health services in residential and outpatient settings. Services provided  include substance abuse and addiction treatment, homeless and runaway shelters, domestic violence treatment and prevention, and mental health programs.

WestCare specializes in helping difficult-to-treat cases.

To apply for the crisis intervention/prevention specialist, email your resume and salary requirements to jean.jones@westcare.com or fax to Jean Jones at 727-551-0668.

To apply for the behavioral technician email your resume to jholland@westcare.com or fax to James Holland at 727-825-0573.

Writer: Mandy Erfourth
Source: Kathleen G. Rodman, WestCare
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