Job Opportunities

In support of the agency’s principles, values, vision, and mission, it is the Human Resource’s mission to support the total operation in meeting its goals.

Welcome to Bridge Health!  The Mission of Bridge Health is to partner with individuals and communities to improve lives by providing services that can lead to transformation.

Bridge Health is currently looking for dedicated, mission-focused professionals to join our team.

Full time and Part Time Bridge Health team members receive benefits, which may include 8 paid holidays per year, 24 hours of Flexible Leave per year, and a competitive paid time off plan, with leave that accrues immediately and increases over the life cycle of your employment, and a variety of payroll deductible benefits.

We’re excited you’ve shown interest in taking part in our mission and joining our team! Please take a moment to review a thorough list of our current job openings. Should you have any questions, please call our Human Resources Hotline at: 706 670 1074 or email jobs@lmcs.org

Currently recruiting for the following positions until filled.

Certified Medical Assistant (Part-Time)

Bridge Health is seeking a Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) to join our Team. This individual will be responsible for welcoming individuals into our Outpatient Clinic, either in person or by answering phone calls/helping refer to the correct department or staff member. CMA will seat individuals who present in person for appointments, taking and documenting vitals and assisting with appointment set up (Some appointments are completed in the office, via Zoom with a Tele-Health Provider. Familiarity with Zoom/Tele-Health is required). Clinical skills, the ability to help create a safe and effective treatment experience, the ability to work in a fast-paced environment and maintain a good patient/provider relationship, and the ability to assist individuals who may be experiencing issues with their mental health needs are required. The ability to travel between outpatient clinic sites is required as the CMA selected for this role. This is a part-time position, up to 29 hours per week, Monday through Friday, day shift.

For more information regarding qualifications and responsibilities, please click here.

 

Case Manager (IDD Program)

Bridge Health is seeking an individual to join our IDD Program in the position of Case Manager. IDD Case Managers are responsible for providing a broad range of services to individuals and their families who are served within the IDD program of Bridge Health. The Case Manager will plan, develop, and monitor a variety of services and supports for those within the IDD program. They will be responsible for completing updated assessments, treatment plans, the Health Risk Screening Tool (HRST), and monitoring monthly spending logs. They will participate in the Individual Support Plans (ISPs) annually or as needed. Case Manager will need to have the ability to work with individuals who have developmental disabilities and behavior diagnosis. Documentation is required and the individual selected will need to be able to clearly and concisely document within an electronic client record (ECR). The person selected will need to have a flexible schedule, though the primary work schedule will be Monday through Friday, daytime hours. Travel is required between the individual’s home settings.

For more information regarding qualifications and responsibilities, please click here.

 

Direct Support Professional (DSP)

Bridge Health is seeking an individual to join our IDD Program in the position of Direct Support Professional (DSP): DSPs are responsible for providing a broad range of services to individuals within the Bridge Health IDD program. DSPs assist adults with daily living skills while they are in the community and a day program setting. They are responsible for professional and compassionate, services and care. They provide Person Centered activities for adults in the program, as well as, while out in their community assisting with inclusion and integration.

For more information regarding qualifications and responsibilities, please click here.

 

Case Worker (TREK Foster Care)

Bridge Health is recruiting for a Case Worker with our TREK Foster Care Program: This person will supervise foster homes with up to 15 foster children, provide oversight for those children and the foster homes, and coordinate all services needed for children served. Provide 24/5 services and on-call on weekends and holidays as required. Assist with creating service plans and completing all notes and other paperwork in the allotted timeframe. Assist with recruiting and training new foster parents as needed and place foster children in the home as well as placing several children. Primary work hours 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. with some flexibility as well as on-call responsibilities (shared with the TREK team).

For more information regarding qualifications and responsibilities, please click here.

 

Child and Adolescent Clinician (APEX Initiative)

Bridge Health’s Child and Adolescent program is growing!

Bridge Health is recruiting for a Child and Adolescent Clinician: This person will provide support for relationship building with school staff and administration. Provides counseling services to youth during school and after school hours. Counselors may also implement preventative community outreach and educational activities related to behavioral health and facilitate early intervention services for youth and families with risk factors/early indicators of emerging behavioral health challenges. In addition to prevention and early intervention, adjunct supports provide DBHDD services to youth with established behavioral health needs.

For more information regarding qualifications and responsibilities, please click here.

 

Certified Peer Support - Parent (Step Up Initiative)

Bridge Health’s Child and Adolescent program is growing!

Bridge Health is recruiting for a Certified Peer Support-Parent (CPS-P):  This position covers the counties of Catoosa, Chattooga, Dade, Walker, and Whitfield in Georgia as part of the Step Up program. The Step Up goal is to connect youth and families to services and support and will operate under the System of Care (SOC) umbrella. When applying please submit a CPS-P certificate, along with a Resume or Bridge Health Application. If not currently certified, please add information to the Resume or Cover Letter that specifies your eligibility based on the criteria to become certified.

More information on becoming a CPS-P can be found at  https://www.gmhcn.org.

For more information regarding qualifications and responsibilities, please click here.

 

Certified Peer Support - Parent (WinGeorgia)

Bridge Health is seeking an individual to join our Child and Adolescent Program in the position of Certified Peer Support-Parent. This is a community-based position that requires travel. WINGA, a program of Bridge CSB, has its primary office in Fort Oglethorpe, GA. However, this position will be covering the counties listed above.  Under general to limited supervision, a CPS-P will provide support, advocacy, and linkage to the families of youth who are participants of the Wraparound process through WINGA. This position is active in participating in the implementation of Care Plans and Crisis and Safety plans.  Performs crisis triage and serves as a liaison to Social Services organizations for the family. CPS-Ps also assist the family in interfacing with DFCS, DJJ, Court Systems, Schools, and other community stakeholders. A CPS-P with WINGA serves as part of a collaboration of care. Maximum work hours will be 9:00a-6:00p, however flexibility of schedule is required as this position supports families within the community. Face-to-face contact with families is required with Parent/Guardian a minimum of one time a week. A billable hour expectation of at least 80% of service time having the ability to be billed is also a requirement.

For more information regarding qualifications and responsibilities, please click here.

 

Care Coordinator

Bridge Health is recruiting for a Care Coordinator: This community-based position requires travel. WINGA, a program of Bridge CSB, has its primary office in Fort Oglethorpe, GA. However, this position will be covering the counties listed above. Under general to limited supervision, a Care Coordinator provides facilitation/coordination of care for youth who have been diagnosed as Serious Emotionally Disturbed (SED). The primary location of the youth served by the Care Coordinator can be within the local school system, within DFCS custody, those receiving DJJ services, and also those who are living in their natural home. The Care Coordinator will facilitate monthly Child and Family team meetings in the county assigned and develop an Action Plan for newly enrolled youth as well. Flexibility of schedule is a must, some evenings, nights, and possibly weekends may be required based on the youth and family’s needs. This position requires someone self-motivated, highly organized, and can work independently with limited supervision at times due to the nature of the duties. The primary work schedule will be 40 hours per week and flexibility is required. This is a full-time, year-round, position.

For more information regarding qualifications and responsibilities, please click here.

 

Billing and Accounting Specialist

Bridge Health is recruiting for a Billing and Accounting Specialist:  This position includes completing functions such as billing claims to various insurances and billing/invoicing federal, state, and local grants. This position also consists of applying payments to individual accounts and the general ledger via journal entries. This position requires tracking payments and contracts on grants. This position would also work to obtain authorizations for some of the many programs within Bridge Health. This will be a full-time position, hours will be Monday- Friday 8:00-4:30.

For more information regarding qualifications and responsibilities, please click here.

 

Certified Addition Counselor, Level II (CACII)

Bridge Health is recruiting for a Certified Addition Counselor, Level II (CACII): This individual will facilitate IOP groups and provide Substance Abuse Counseling in our Fort Oglethorpe Outpatient Clinic. The individual selected will help support the clinical team which may include, crisis intervention, caseload management, and general information sharing with internal and external stakeholders, ensuring that the services provided adhere to DBHDD and Bridge Health policies and guidelines. This position will include assessments and counseling duties as well. The primary work schedule is Monday through Friday. This is a full-time position.

For more information regarding qualifications and responsibilities, please click here.

 

Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN) in our IDD Program (Contract Positions)

Bridge Health is recruiting for Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN) in our IDD Program. These are contracted positions that are primarily based in Chattooga and Walker Counties. Individuals will be responsible for completing Nursing Assessments, and nursing services, and facilitating communication between individuals served, providers, staff, and outside stakeholders such as pharmacies. For more information regarding qualifications and responsibilities, please contact our Director of Nursing, Debbie Faulkner at 706 574 3009 (office) OR 423 598 8465 (Cell).

 

Clinician for the Catoosa County Jail Initiative

Bridge Health is now recruiting for a Clinician for the Catoosa County Jail Initiative: This person will provide mental health/substance abuse counseling at the Catoosa County Jail. This applicant should have a strong desire to work with supporting individuals who are incarcerated with mental health/substance abuse issues through individual and group services.

For more information regarding qualifications and responsibilities please Click Here for more information.

 

Adult Community Based Services Lead Clinician

Bridge Health is now recruiting for an Adult Community Based Services Lead Clinician:  This manager provides supervision to Peer Supports, Supported Employment, Adult Community Based, and Housing programs at our Recovery Services site. This manager is responsible for ensuring adherence to both agency and outside regulations, policies, and procedures. Leads staff meetings and provides staff oversight during crises. Oversees the planning, development, scheduling, and implementation of healthcare programs and activities. Participates in state and agency training as needed/required. Must have strong written and oral skills, possess management skills, and have a good knowledge of computer systems, program budgets, and be able to work a flexible schedule. The primary work schedule is 8:30 am – 5:00 pm Monday through Friday with occasional evening hours.

For more information regarding qualifications and responsibilities please Click Here for more information.

 

Licensed Team Lead Clinician for the Community Support Team (CST)

Bridge Health is now recruiting for a Licensed Team Lead Clinician for the Community Support Team (CST): The Team Lead individual will supervise a full-time Case Manager, and Peer Specialist, and will share the supervision of a part-time RN. The CST Team Lead will provide counseling services to individuals served by the CST and will ensure compliance with all Bridge Health and the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD) policies and regulations while fulfilling their role as Team Lead. This is a full-time position. The primary work schedule will be Monday- Friday 8:30-5:00.

For more information regarding qualifications and responsibilities please click the link provided below.

Project Light Initiative

Bridge Health is now recruiting for the following positions for the Project Light initiative. For more information regarding qualifications and responsibilities please click the links provided below.

Project Light is a program offered by Bridge Health to assist individuals aged 16 to 30 who are experiencing symptoms of psychosis (hearing voices, seeing things, delusions, odd speech or behavior, etc.) for the first time or within the past two years. It is among the agency’s most intensive services, providing frequent contact with a small caseload of individuals to help them understand their diagnosis, provide counseling, case management, and skills training, peer support, education and employment assistance, and medication therapy in order to help them overcome these newfound symptoms and learn to thrive. These services are provided not only in the clinic but in the individuals’ homes and the community.  When fully staffed the team consists of a prescriber, a licensed clinician, a bachelor-level paraprofessional, a Certified Peer Specialist, a family specialist, an education/employment specialist, and a part-time Registered Nurse.  To be eligible for these services with Bridge Health, an individual must be between 16 and 30 years old, have experienced symptoms of psychosis within the past two years, and live within Bridge Health’s service area.

Clinical/Mental Health Counselors

Currently recruiting for Clinical/Mental Health Counselors

Bridge Health seeks qualified clinical/mental health professionals to work in our community outpatient sites.  Applicants should have a strong desire to work in a fast-paced environment working with individuals who are in need of mental health and/or substance abuse services.

Under general supervision, provides therapeutic services to adults, children/adolescents, and their families. Services include behavioral health assessments, crisis assessments, individual counseling, family and group counseling, or skills training. This could be in the area of Substance Abuse and/or Mental Health. Maintains clinical records in compliance with all applicable policies and standards.

Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. is the primary work schedule. However, we have telework, contract, and part-time positions available in Catoosa, Chattooga, Dade, and Walker County. The work schedule is flexible!

Board Eligible/Certified Psychiatrist

Currently recruiting for a Board Eligible/Certified Psychiatrist: This position is full-time working in the outpatient clinic. This is M-F, no weekends, no on-call. Primary location will be in Fort Oglethorpe. Visa Sponsorship is available. Click here for more information

To apply for a position with our agency an application must be completed.  A resume may be submitted but does not take the place of the application. Contact the Human Resources Department for more information at:

Phone:706.638.5580 | Email: jobs@bridgecsb.org

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