Join Our Team
HBH is an amazing and fulfilling place to work! Why? Just ask any one of our employees/contractors and they will tell you that we strive to provide a high energy and employee-centered work culture. We put a great emphasis on developing our staff via onsite CEU’s, team building activities, and recognition.
At HBH, we are always in search of self-motivated, innovative, compassionate and knowledgeable staff members. Our ideal staff member is a forward thinker and can use evidence-based practice while infusing new perspectives and ideas to further carry out our mission.
Southern Maryland | Part-Time – 20 hours minimum | Salary: Competitive
A Psychiatrist at H.O.P.E Behavioral Health serves an integral role within the team providing direct psychiatric treatment and care to clients on the behavioral health continuum. The Psychiatrist will work in collaboration with the clinical director and program director to ensure quality medical care of consumer and quality clinical consultation to the staff.
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner- PNP
Southern Maryland Part time 16 hours a week Salary: Competitive. Has overall responsibility for clinical services, establish and maintaining appropriate standards for diagnosis and treatment, including therapeutic modalities and prescribing practices and ensure medical aspects of quality management
Mental Health Therapist (LMSW, LCSW-C, LGPC, LCPC)
Southern Maryland| Part-time | Salary: Competitive
A therapist with H.O.P.E Behavioral Health will provide assessment and ongoing treatment for clients enrolled in the Mobile Treatment Program. This position will coordinate closely with the psychiatric, RN, community support workers, as well as other social supports within the community. Emphasis is on outreach to the community as member of a team with the goal of diverting hospitalizations when possible, clinical oversight of Crisis staff, field supervisions, etc.
Rehabilitation Coordinator – PRP Caseworker
H.O.P.E | Part-Time |Salary: Competitive
H.O.P.E Behavioral Health provides services consistent with the recovery model of mental health. Rehabilitation Coordinators (RC) work collaboratively with individuals served in developing their own goals, and providing rehabilitation and case management services. This position works directly with children, adolescents, adults or family groups to provide individualized treatment in dealing with issues associated with mental and emotional health. The Rehabilitation Coordinator is responsible for the facilitation of the client’s transition to independence; endorsement and application of community resources and the provision of information and referral services including mental health resources.