Leon Careers

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*Any Resumes/Cover Letters are welcome to be emailed to applications@discvillage.org, however, to be considered for an interview an application must be submitted.


Application for Employment (PDF)


Note: A separate application is required for each position applied for. Please note the position title for which you are applying on any correspondence.

  • Visitation Monitor

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    As a Visitation Monitor, you will provide safe and supportive supervision for families participating in visitation services and assist children in the transition to different family structures. Document and complete visitation reports. Report any concerns regarding the well-being of visitors and/or staff to the supervisor. Initiate and participate in activities for staff, program and Center development.
    REQUIREMENTS:
    Individual must have a high school diploma or equivalent, and one year of working with children and families.
    Salary Rate: $15.00 per hour
  • Counselor - Family Intensive Treatment (FIT) program

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    Provide evidenced-based, therapeutic services, incorporating behavioral health goals and parenting interventions. Conduct screenings, assessments, and complete of required clinical documentation. Develop and monitor individualized treatment plans. On call with clients on assigned case load. Participate in case reviews, team meetings, and attend child welfare meetings and court hearings. Develop and maintain relationships with child-welfare system partners
    REQUIREMENTS:
    Individual must have a minimum of a Masters Degree in behavioral health sciences, such as mental health counseling, social work, art therapy, psychology, or marriage and family therapy; a minimum of two years of experience working with adults with substance use disorders.
    Salary Rate: $26.45 per hour
  • Therapeutic Assistant - NBRC

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    As a Therapeutic Assistant at the Natural Bridge Residential Center(NBRC), you will actively engage with all aspects of clients day-to-day activities. Adhering to guidelines in the Residential Services Manual as well as program policies. Providing transportation for client-related services. Monitoring and assisting with client related functions such as medication distribution, drug screens, visitation, meals, hygiene, and head counts. Completes client documentation and program logs.
    REQUIREMENTS:
    Individual must have a high school diploma or equivalent and experience in working with clients in a substance abuse, mental health, or other residential setting preferred. A bachelor’s degree in a behavioral science field can substitute for the preferred experience.
    Salary Rate: $17.00 per hour
  • Residential Supervisor - NBRC

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    Oversight of all aspects of program management and compliance with contracts and adherence to policies and procedures. Facilitate therapeutic groups, education groups, house meetings, morning meetings, support group meetings and evening wrap-ups as needed with clients in the Natural Bridge Recovery Center (NBRC). Carry a small caseload as needed for non-routine situations where staffing issues dictate the need. Make any needed phone contacts for case management purposes and provide the necessary documentation for the contacts. Responsible for providing weekly staff meetings with a mandatory meeting each month. Directly supervises Counselor II, the Clinical staff and is responsible for all program staff. Personnel functions for staff such as hiring, approving time sheets, conducting performance evaluations, and disciplinary issues. The Supervisor will be in the “On Call” rotation.
    REQUIREMENTS:
    Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, Mental Health, Criminology or a related field. A minimum of three years of work experience in the area of addiction is required. Experience working in a residential substance abuse treatment setting. The Certified Addictions Professional is recommended. Licensure under Chapter 491, F.S. as a Clinical Social Worker, Psychologist, or Mental Health Counselor is preferred. A valid Florida driver’s license and proof of insurance are required.
    Salary Rate: $65,000.00 annual
  • Case Manager - Deflection Program

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    Perform duties to plan and implement adult deflection referrals, outpatient and drug court program case management services that include intake, group facilitation, service contact, and coordination. Conduct case management services for clients and families, which include but are not limited to, making referrals, scheduling appointments, and monitoring treatment/service recommendations. Maintain participant case files and document all client activity.
    REQUIREMENTS:
    Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four (4) year college or university with major coursework in Criminal Justice, Criminology, Psychology, Sociology, or a related field. Progressively responsible related experience may be substituted on a year-for-year basis for the required college training. Knowledge of human behavior for the assessment and signs and symptoms of substance abuse disorders. Proficient computer skills. Strong communication, organizational, and time management skills. Highly organized with the ability to multitask and possess great follow-up skills.
    Salary Rate: $20.00 per hour
  • Case Manager - Family Intensive Treatment (FIT)

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    Provide intensive case management services to program participants. Provide care coordination services to engage parents in services, collaborate with team members, and community partners. Complete needs assessments, identify barriers, and develop a family care plan. Assist program participants with referrals and linking with services. Monitor quality of care and services and update monthly plan. Attend court hearings with program participants
    REQUIREMENTS:
    A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in counseling, social work, psychology, criminal justice, nursing, rehabilitation, special or health education, or a related field which includes the study of human behavior and development; and a minimum of one year experience working with adults with behavioral health needs and child welfare involvement; or a bachelor’s or master’s degree in another field and a minimum of three years experience working with adults with substance abuse disorders.
    Salary Rate: $22.63 per hour/$47,070.40 annual
  • Screener - Juvenile Assessment Center (JAC)

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    Screen and evaluate youths subsequent to an arrest. Complete detention screening and intake process. Complete case documentation in a clear and concise manner. Prepare court documentation in the required time frames. Provide crisis intervention services to clients/families. Participate and coordinate with community partners in case staffing and referrals.
    REQUIREMENTS:
    A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work preferably completed in Criminology, Social Science, Social Work, Mental Health, Psychology, or a Chemical Dependency field.
    Salary Rate: $17.00 per hour
  • Counselor - Youth Services

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    As a Counselor, you will demonstrate skills in assessment and evaluation of individuals referred to the Youth Services unit, with the purpose of determining appropriateness for the Youth Outpatient and Juvenile Drug Court programs. Provide case management throughout the admission/referral process to ensure that appropriate services are received and admission requirements are completed. Develop individualized Treatment/Intervention Plans with clients and families. Provide individual, group, and family counseling for clients and their families as determined by the individualized Treatment Plan. Demonstrate the ability to write clear, concise, and thorough notes regarding the clients, their families, supervising probation officers, and all court staff, including the Judge, State Attorneys, and Public Defenders. Attend all staff meetings, Treatment Team Meetings, clinical case review meetings. *Travel may be required locally, to outlying office locations, and for out-of-town trainings.
    REQUIREMENTS:
    Masters Degree from an accredited college or university with major course work preferably complete in Criminology, Social Science, Mental Health, Psychology, or Chemical Dependency field. Preference of Master’s Degree in noted fields.
    Salary Rate: $21-$25 per hour
  • Residential Counselor - Sisters in Sobriety

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    Sisters in Sobriety (SIS) is seeking a full-time counselor to provide substance abuse treatment services to clients in an established residential program located in Woodville and will work with an adult female population and/or mothers and infants in individual and group settings. This is an opportunity to assist individuals helping themselves. Evening and weekend opportunities are available.
    REQUIREMENTS:
    The position requires a Masters degree in Social Work, Mental Health Counseling, Rehabilitation, Music or Art Therapy, Family & Child Sciences, Psychology or another related field or a Bachelors degree and a minimum of two years of experience in residential treatment.
    Salary Rate: $21.00 - $25.00 per hour
  • Therapeutic Assistant - Sisters in Sobriety

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    As a Therapeutic Assistant at the Sisters in Sobriety (SIS) center, you will actively engage with all aspects of clients day-to-day activities. Adhering to guidelines in the Residential Services Manual as well as program policies. Providing transportation for client-related services. Monitoring and assisting with client-related functions such as medication distribution, drug screens, visitation, meals, hygiene, and head counts. Completes client documentation and program logs.
    REQUIREMENTS:
    Individual must have a high school diploma or equivalent and experience in working with clients in a substance abuse, mental health, or other residential setting preferred. A bachelor’s degree in a behavioral science field can substitute for the preferred experience. Expected to maintain a professional demeanor, respect for authority, appropriate interactions skills, and maintain ethical and confidentiality standards.
    Salary Rate: $17.00 per hour
  • Residential Supervisor - Sisters in Sobriety (SIS)

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    Oversight of all aspects of program management and compliance with contracts and adherence to policies and procedures. Facilitate therapeutic groups, education groups, house meetings, morning meetings, support group meetings and evening wrap-ups as needed with clients in the SIS program. Carry a small caseload as needed for non-routine situations where staffing issues dictate the need. Make any needed phone contacts for case management purposes and provide the necessary documentation for the contacts. Responsible for providing weekly staff meetings with a mandatory meeting each month. Directly supervises Counselor II, the Clinical staff and is responsible for all program staff. Personnel functions for staff such as hiring, approving time sheets, conducting performance evaluations, and disciplinary issues. The Supervisor will be in the “On Call” rotation.
    REQUIREMENTS:
    Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, Mental Health, Criminology or a related field. A minimum of three years of work experience in the area of addiction is required. Experience working in a residential substance abuse treatment setting. The Certified Addictions Professional is recommended. Licensure under Chapter 491, F.S. as a Clinical Social Worker, Psychologist, or Mental Health Counselor is preferred. A valid Florida driver’s license and proof of insurance are required.
    Salary Rate: $65,000.00 annual
  • Technician - Juvenile Assessment Center (JAC)

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    Utilize computer based platforms to provide support services, reports, documents, and other correspondence as required for the specific program components. Responsible for answering phones, greeting clients, announcing and routing visitors/clients, and phone calls through the master control room at the JAC. Enter and verify the client system records (FSFN, CCIS, MIS, Medicaid, and JJIS systems). Review and obtain court case numbers (court view system). Prepare and maintain accurate log books. Assist with data entry forms as needed. Assist with same-sex client “frisk” searches when necessary. Issue and receive keys requested by agency visitors.
    REQUIREMENTS:
    Individual must have a high school diploma or equivalent with one-year office clerical experience preferred.Required to work Saturday-Wednesday overnight shift.
    Salary Rate: $15.00 per hour
  • Outpatient Program Manager - Leon

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    As a Program Manager, you will be responsible for the overall functioning of the assigned program location, including the clinical and administrative responsibilities associated with substance use and mental health outpatient, Adult and Youth Drug Court, and intensive outpatient program services. Responsible for the direct supervision and operations of the location while also providing clinical services to clients if needed. Serve as liaison to local community partners to ensure a smoother transition between referral and the provision of services. This position requires a high level of communication and organizational skills including the ability to connect with clients from different backgrounds.
    REQUIREMENTS:
    A minimum of a Masters degree in Mental Health, Social and/or Behavioral Science field with a preference to a State Issued License in Mental Health or Social Work (LMHC/LCSW). Experience in juvenile justice, mental health, and/or chemical dependency counseling preferred. Masters level counselors with a degree in an unrelated field need at least four (4) years of professional experience in chemical dependency counseling preferred. A bachelors degree and Certification as a Certified Addictions Professional (CAP) may substitute for masters degree requirement. A valid State of Florida Drivers License is also required.
    Salary Rate: $60,000.00 annually
  • Case Manager - Civil Citation

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    Assess and manage all assigned cases and complete daily documentation of contact with clients, families, and others through agency case notes. Conduct case management services for clients and families in Civil Citation, which include but are not limited to, making referrals, scheduling appointments, and monitoring treatment/service recommendations. Demonstrate skills in assessment of clients referred for diversion services using Agency Screening and Assessment tools such as the Global Appraisal of Individual Needs (GAIN) tool.
    REQUIREMENTS:
    Minimum of a Bachelors degree from an accredited college or university with course work in social or behavioral science field. At least one year of experience in the juvenile justice, mental health, and/or chemical dependency field is preferred. Master’s degree may be substituted for one year of experience.
    Salary Rate: $20.00 per hour
  • Therapeutic Assistant - Mothers in Sobriety

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    As a Therapeutic Assistant at the Mothers in Sobriety (MIS) center, you will actively engage with all aspects of clients day-to-day activities. Adhering to guidelines in the Residential Services Manual as well as program policies. Providing transportation for client-related services. Monitoring and assisting with client-related functions such as medication distribution, drug screens, visitation, meals, hygiene, and head counts. Completes client documentation and program logs.
    REQUIREMENTS:
    Individual must have a high school diploma or equivalent and experience in working with clients in a substance abuse, mental health, or other residential setting preferred. A bachelor’s degree in a behavioral science field can substitute for the preferred experience. Expected to maintain a professional demeanor, respect for authority, appropriate interactions skills, and maintain ethical and confidentiality standards.
    Salary Rate: $17.00 per hour
  • Administrative Assistant - Deflection Program

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    Answer phones, directing calls for multiple departments and staff members. Handle inquires for clients and community members, describe services offered and process for program enrollment. Assist with correspondence, mailers, inter-office communications, and billing services to various funding sources. Describe and manage the information and collection of client co-pays and program fees. Assisting and preparing clients of documentation needed prior to their first appointment. Provide general support to clients and visitors in the lobby area. Updating program database – counselor caseloads, outpatient logs (client information, services provided, and case closures), and other pertinent information. Responsible for ordering supplies for office staff. Contact clients via phone to remind them of appointments.
    REQUIREMENTS:
    A high school diploma or its equivalent. Secretarial or office clerical experience required Demonstrated proficiency using a computer, including Microsoft Office: Word, Excel and Outlook.
    Salary Rate: $18.00 per hour
  • Data Entry Specialist

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    Efficiently and precisely enter data into our database system. Collaborate with counselors and Data Analyst to identify and correct any errors using appropriate quality control methods. View, edit, and submit the data for further processing. Conduct regular checks to maintain data accuracy and integrity. Adhere to confidentiality and security of the data.
    REQUIREMENTS:
    A high school diploma or its equivalent is required. Data entry experience or related office experience. Proficient in utilizing Microsoft Office applications and data entry software. Exceptional organizational skills, a strong sense of attention to detail and accuracy. Ability to work with minimal supervision. Performs other duties as assigned.
    Salary Rate: $15.00 per hour
  • Visitation Manager

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    Maintain a safe and secure environment for children to visit with their parents, guardians, siblings, and/or other family members as approved by the circuit courts. Review and assess referrals, complete parent intakes, and communicate with referral sources regarding scheduling Establish and maintain a relationship with FSU Clearinghouse on Supervised Visitation, including attending regularly scheduled meetings. Directly supervise visitation center staff and maintain visitation schedule. Maintain working relationships with dependency case management organizations. Serve as Visitation Monitor as needed. Maintain records of all supervised visitation services, making sure reports of visits are submitted to dependency case managers monthly.
    REQUIREMENTS:
    Minimum of a bachelors degree in a human services field and 2 years experience in the child welfare system or the human services field. A bachelors degree in an unrelated field and 3 years of experience. Masters degree is preferred and may substitute for one year of experience.
    Salary Rate: $42,000.00 annual

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We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital or veteran status, the presence of a non-job-related medical condition or disability, or any other legally protected status.

At-Will Employment Statement

It is the long-established rule in Florida that a contract of employment that does not specifically obligate both employer and the employee for a definite period of time can be extended at will by either party. No contract exists regarding your employee handbooks and agency/program policies and procedures are not considered to be contracts; therefore, either you or DISC Village can terminate your employment at any time for any reason not prohibited by law.