EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING

Crittenton Services, Inc. is a trauma-focused agency. Crittenton prides itself on being a premier place of employment, offering great benefits, professional trainings and a friendly atmosphere. Not only is Crittenton a great place to work, it is also a great place to learn. With doctorate and master's level trauma-focused clinicians on staff, we offer the best professional advancement trainings throughout the year, both for staff and the community. If you are searching for a great place to work and to learn, look no further than Crittenton Services, Inc.

 
 

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Do you like to work in a team environment? Are you passionate about utilizing your skills and talents to make a difference in your community or in the lives of others? We invite you to explore the positions we have available and decide if our amazing organization could be the place for you.

We are committed to the personal and professional well-being of our employees, their families, their education, and their careers. All full time Crittenton/Wellspring associates enjoy a generous compensation and benefit package:

- Competitive salaries

- Generous incentive/referral programs

- Blue Cross/Blue Shield health, dental, and vision benefits

- A 100% company-paid life insurance policy

- Generous paid holiday schedule (including your birthday!)

- Vacation and prolonged illness time accrual from your first day of employment

- Mileage reimbursement

- Free CEU trainings, licensure supervision, and a training allowance

Have a look at our current openings and see how you could potentially help us positively impact our communities!

Current Job Openings

Please submit a resume and professional references by mail to:

Crittenton Services, Inc.
Attention: Human Resources/Recruitment
2606 National Road
Wheeling, WV 26003

Or e-mail your resume and cover letter to: John L'Ecuyer


 

Transitional Youth Program Coordinator

Crittenton Services, Inc., a trauma-focused mental health agency dedicated to enriching the lives of individuals and families, is seeking a Coordinator for our Level 1 step-down home in our Wheeling, WV location. Duties will include implementing general therapeutic services while providing home oversight. This is a full time, 2nd shift position (2pm - 10pm) with some weekends.

A Bachelor's degree in Psychology or Social Work (or related) is required. Some prior experience in a Case Manager or similar behavioral health role is highly desirable. Full time Crittenton employees enjoy competitive pay, immediate vacation accrual, generous referral and incentive plans, an excellent health benefits package, free continuing education credits, and lots of other great perks! Please visit www.florencecrittenton.net to learn more about our history as well as how we are positively serving and impacting our communities.

 

Residential Staff - 2nd and 3rd shifts

Crittenton Services, a trauma-focused mental health agency dedicated to enriching the lives of individuals and families, is currently accepting resumes for residential worker candidates for our Wheeling, WV residential facility. We are primarily hiring full time employees for 2nd and 3rd shifts. These staff members will work directly with our clients helping to implement behavioral health plans, providing general client supervision, teaching daily life skills and activities, and providing transportation service. Other duties assigned as necessary.

Minimum high school diploma or equivalent and a current, valid driver's license required. Some related behavioral health experience is great, but not necessary. Afternoon, evening, and midnight shifts available. We offer competitive pay, an excellent benefits package, free continuing education credits, and schedule flexibility.

 

Therapist, Wheeling

Crittenton Services/Wellspring Family Services currently has an opening for a Therapist who will work out of our Wheeling, WV office. This position will provide initial and ongoing clinical assessments of the clients’ strengths and needs, coordinate, develop, and implement the clients’ treatment planning in conjunction with the client, psychiatrist, psychologist, care manager, and other treatment team members, and provide individual, group and family therapies as prescribed using appropriate counseling theory.

Masters Degree in Social Work, Psychology, or similar areas and appropriate WV licensure (or licensure eligibility) required. Local travel and other related duties as necessary. We offer full time employees a competitive salary and an excellent benefits package; contract opportunities are also available! Recent graduates are encouraged to apply!

 

Site Director, New Martinsville

Wellspring Family Services, a division of Crittenton Services, has an opening for a Site Director who will oversee our New Martinsville location. Reporting to the Director of Family Services, the Site Director will supervise and manage the office and its staff while providing clinical supervision and administrative oversight.

A Master's degree in Counseling or Social Work with appropriate licensure required. Ideal candidates will have a minimum of 3 years experience with at-risk families and trauma-informed treatment. Prior supervisory experience is highly desirable!

 

TIES Program Licensed Therapist - Wheeling/Ohio County

We have an immediate opening for a WV-licensed Masters level Therapist who will work within the Ohio County school system as a resource liaison for our TIES Program (Trauma-Informed Elementary Schools). TIES is designed to provide early intervention and resiliency-building for at-risk children, with integrated school and home trauma-sensitive environments, in the earliest school years. Great benefits and competitive compensation - submit your resume via the email link above! Learn more about how the TIES program is positively impacting our communities at http://florencecrittenton.net/ties/

  

TIES Program Licensed Therapist - Weirton

We have an immediate opening for a WV-licensed Masters level Therapist who will work within the Weirton school system as a resource liaison for our TIES Program (Trauma-Informed Elementary Schools). TIES is designed to provide early intervention and resiliency-building for at-risk children, with integrated school and home trauma-sensitive environments, in the earliest school years. Great benefits and competitive compensation - submit your resume via the email link above! Learn more about how the TIES program is positively impacting our communities at http://florencecrittenton.net/ties/

A downloadable version of our application is available here.