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Date: Thu, Feb 08, 2018 04:07 PM


The Camden Center is an industry-leading program in Menlo Park, CA, known for its integrative approach to mental health care for psychiatric and addictive disorders. We have expanded to offer our patients gender-specific housing, with an emphasis on both physical and mental health. Our houses are located in close proximity to The Camden Center office, where treatment takes place. Camden Transitional Living provides an ideal environment to promote and enhance all aspects of our patients’ recovery.

Camden Transitional Living is currently seeking staff for both Morning and Evening shifts in Palo Alto (Men’s House) and Atherton (Women’s House). Qualified candidates will have experience working in the mental health and/or addiction field in a residential setting. Primary responsibilities will be monitoring residents to ensure safety and support, transporting residents to IOP and outside activities, completing RT shift checklist, and maintaining the upkeep of the house, teaching life skills to residents such as preparing meals, cleaning, and accountability. This is a part-time position with the potential for full time with benefits. This multi-faceted role requires someone with a unique blend of skills and experience. It is a moderately complex position requiring the individual to be able to work independently with minimal supervision.

Position Title: Residential Technician (RT)

Reports To: Residential Management Team

Schedule: AM (7am-3:15 pm) and/or
PM (3pm-11:15pm)
ON (11pm-7:15am)

Desired Skills and Experience:
Knowledge and understanding of psychiatric and addiction disorders, pharmacology, DBT skills
Be trauma-informed
CPR certified
Valid driver's license and clean driving record
Experience working in a treatment facility or mental health environment (preferred)
Organized and able to prioritize tasks based on urgency/ importance
Strong problem-solving skills and ability to manage potential issues
Maintain a flexible schedule including weekends and holidays
Bachelor's degree in Social/Behavioral Sciences, Psychology, Social Work (preferred)
Experience in recovery
Able to remain empathetic, professional, and communicate effectively in stressful situations or crises
No job is too big or too small. We are modeling boundaries and life skills for our clients. It can be anything from showing someone how to wash a dish to how to use coping skills for managing a panic attack.

Interested candidates please respond via email with a Cover Letter & Resume to Claudia Night. Please include your availability including shift preference and pay requirements.


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