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Employment Opportunities

Working for The Phoenix Center is a rewarding and fulfilling opportunity.

Thank you for your interest in The Phoenix Center's employment opportunities. Please review our openings below. If you see something that is of interest, click for more details. You will have an option to submit your resume on the detail page. Please note that this section is updated regularly, so re-visit the site to view changes. The Phoenix Center is an equal opportunity employer.

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Current Openings

Community Engagement Director

The Phoenix Center is seeking a Director of Community Engagement to lead strategic development efforts.  The Family Effect works to reduce substance use disorder as a leading cause of family collapse and harm to children.  We achieve this mission through a public-private partnership with The Phoenix Center.  The Family Effect raises awareness, volunteers, and funding for evidence-based programs that effectively address a bottleneck issue in our community-problematic substance use in the family home.

The Director of Community Engagement would be part of the executive management team, reporting directly to the Executive Director of The Phoenix Center.  To ensure the continued success of fundraising efforts to support the mission of The Phoenix Center and its programs, the Director of Community Engagement would direct marketing efforts and maintain and develop key philanthropic partnerships within the community.
The Phoenix Center is the largest provider of substance use disorder services in Greenville County. To learn more about The Family Effect, visit our websites...


We offer:
•    Competitive Salary
•    State Medical Benefits
•    Dental and vision
•    Life insurance
•    State Retirement and Disability
•    401K
•    Flexible Spending Account
•    Sick, Vacation and Holiday Pay
•    Bereavement and Jury Duty Leaves
•    Tuition Reimbursement
•    Casual Fridays
•    Employee Assistance Program
•    Training Opportunities

BS/BA degree in Business, Marketing, Communications or related business field required.  Advanced degree highly desired.  Minimum 3-5 years progressive experience in corporate, foundation, or non-profit business development and/or fund raising at director/manager level preferred. Demonstrated evidence of ability to plan and execute fund drives.  Knowledge of upstate political, economic and social climate as well as some prior exposure to substance use treatment programs is highly desired. CFRE is also highly desired.

Coordinator, Child and Family Services


Under the supervision of the Manager of Child and Family Services, provides administrative and clinical support of activities related to the provision of children and family services at Serenity Village.  Directly supervises Child Development Specialists with administrative supervision of Child Development Assistants in the absence of the Program Manager as required by DSS.  Position may require evening and/or weekend working hours as necessary.


Master’s degree in human service area from an accredited institution with at least 4 years’ experience in related work with at least 2 of those in a supervisory role.  SC licensure (LISW, LPC, LMSW) and/or appropriately credentialed by state of SC may be required based on following:  job duties, years of experience, and level of licensure.  Must be able to pass background screening required by DSS to work in a childcare setting.  Must also have current SC Driver’s license and be able to provide proof of insurance.

Assistant Case Manager (ADSAP)  


Under the general supervision of the Criminal Justice Coordinator, this position performs a variety of client care, administrative support, and case management tasks to assist with the patients' recovery program.  No supervisory requirements.


HS Diploma with 3 years administrative and AOD experience required; AS Degree Human Services with and 2 years administrative experience, or BA in the Social Sciences required.  Must be proficient in Microsoft Office, Word and Excel programs and be able to type 45 WPM.

Counselor II- Part-Time


Administrative and clinical activities necessary in the provision of admissions services for persons of substance use disorders who are entering outpatient services.   No supervisory responsibilities.  May require extended after hours and weekend work.


Master’s degree in human service area from accredited institution with successful completion of CAC process within 3 years of hire.