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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

Peer Support Specialist Women's Residential, Part - Time

Under the supervision of the Women's Residential Coordinator, this position performs peer support services to clients in the women's residential program at Serenity Place and for graduates of the program.  This includes support in the process of integrating into a community recovery program.  Overall position objective is to assist clients in early recovery to promote and enhance long-term recovery goals.   No supervisory requirements.
HS Diploma and at least five (5) years continuous recovery from a substance use disorder.  Must have knowledge of and experience with community recovery resources and basic computer skills.  Excellent public speaking skills and prior recovery advocacy experience is highly desired.  Successful candidate must be able to become certified as a Peer Support Specialist through DAODAS

Family & Parenting Services Coordinator Women's Residential

Under the general supervision of the Director of Women and Children's Services, this position provides clinical and administrative coordination of activities related to the provision of family and parenting services at Serenity Village.  Work requires advanced knowledge and education and includes consistent exercise of discretion and independent judgment.  Position requires evening and/or weekend working hours as agreed upon based on the need of the families in the program.
A Master's Degree from an accredited college or university in a human service field and four (4) years of related experience in social work, public health or counseling; including two (2) years in a supervisory role required.  SC licensure (LPC, LMSW, LISW) and/or SCAADAC/NAADAC credentialing highly desired.

Parenting Specialist Prevention (Grant Position)

Under general supervision of the Manager of Prevention Services this position facilitates the delivery of parenting curriculum and services to the Phoenix Center clients and greater community.  Must be available to conduct classes nights and weekends
Bachelor's degree in the social sciences or related area of study, two years of direct experience in a health or human services occupation preferably in an education capacity, public speaking and presentation skills required.  Prior parenting training experience and a master's degree in Social Sciences is desired.

SBIRT Health Educator  (Grant position)

Administrative duties, clinical assessment and referral activities necessary in the provision of screening services to adult patients regarding the harms and hazards of alcohol and drug use.  Duties may require varied hours and some local travel will be required.  No supervisory responsibilities. 

A Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university with a major emphasis on the behavioral sciences required.  Must have a CAC1 certification or be eligible for CAC application and be able to complete certification within three years from date of hire.  A Master's Degree, CAC1 with prior experience in AOD and/or mental health treatment as well as the ability to communicate in English and Spanish is highly desired for this position.

Counselor III Women's Residential

Administrative and clinical activities in the provision of individual, group counseling and other family services for victims of substance use disorders.  Work involves planning, organizing, and conducting rehabilitative counseling services.  Work is performed under the general supervision of the Coordinator, Women's Services.  This position will require occasional after hours and rotational weekend work. (see job description for full duties)
A Master's Degree from an accredited college or university in a related field plus four (4) years' experience in social work, public health or counseling including a minimum two (2) years' experience in a clinical setting; advanced credentialing (i.e. MAC, NCAC II); or any equivalent combination of the above experience and training.  Must be licensed (LPC, LMSW or LISW) and must obtain state credentialing within three years of hire and maintain thereafter.