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Applications and/or Resumes are kept on file and considered active for a period of 45 days. During that time frame, we will consider active applicants for all positions for which they qualify. Due to the volume of applications/resumes that are received, we do not contact each person that has submitted an application/resume. If we are interested in meeting with you for a particular position, we will contact you at that time to schedule an interview. If you have not been contacted during the 45 day time frame and are still interested in being considered for employment opportunities for which you meet the educational and experience requirements, a new application and/or resume should be submitted. Community Counseling Services does not discriminate against employees or applicants because of race, color, gender, religion, national origin, age or physical disability and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  CCS is an at-will employer.  All employees are subject to dismissal or discipline without notice or cause, at the discretion of the employer.

 

October 18th, 2016

 

OUTPATIENT THERAPY

  • Children’s Therapist
    (Columbus, Eupora)

Master’s degree in behavioral science required.  Current licensure/certification required or ability to obtain. Perform individual, group, family and day treatment services with children/adolescents with severe emotional and behavioral disorders.  Similar experience preferred.

 

DAY TREATMENT

  • Day Treatment Assistant 
    (2 Louisville - PT, West Point - PT)

H. S. diploma required. Assist with program activities for children and adolescents with serious emotional/ behavioral disorders. Similar experience preferred. Eligible to be covered under our insurance to drive a company vehicle for client transportation.

 

PACH

  • Relief Care Worker
    (Columbus - 1- FT, 1 - PT)

H. S. diploma required.  Provide monitoring and supervision to male/female residents with substance abuse issues in a residential setting. Evening and weekend work required. Similar experience preferred. Eligible to be covered under our insurance to drive a company vehicle for client transportation.

 

GOLDEN TRIANGLE AUTISM CENTER

  • Behavior Technician
    (West Point)

H.S. diploma required, bachelor’s degree in a behavioral science preferred. Prepare and take data on client’s behaviors, progression of skills, and functional communication. Assist with individualized assessment procedures (skill-based & developmental assessment). Implement treatment plans, as well as, behavior plans. Run teaching trials and functional communication training. Graph data after collection. Experience working with individuals with autism spectrum disorder strongly preferred. 

 

ADOLESCENT - IOP

  • Adolescent IOP Therapist*

      (Columbus)

Master’s degree in a behavioral science required. Current licensure/certification required or ability to obtain. Provide individual, family, and group counseling to chemically dependent adolescents in Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). Some evening/weekend work required.  Previous experience in an A&D setting and with adolescents strongly preferred.

 

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PRN positions (H.S.) are available at Residential facilities/Supervised Living Apartments. Please indicate on the job application under position desired if interested in PRN work.

Practicum/Internship Requirements

Community Counseling Services
Practicum/Internship Requirements

Community Counseling Services (CCS) works closely with several Universities (i.e., MSU, MUW, Ole Miss) and a variety of departments (i.e., Psychology, Counselor Education, Family & Human Studies, Social Work) in an effort to offer students field placements as they pursue careers in the mental health field. CCS has a designated number of practicum/internship placements that we will accommodate each semester. In order to be considered for a practicum/internship placement, students must be able to validate that they are enrolled and receiving course credit as part of their program of study and be required to complete a minimum of 100 hours during their placement. 
For those individuals interested in being considered for a placement with CCS, the first step is to submit the following 2 items to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.:

  • Current resume that outlines relevant work/volunteer experience, as well as, relevant course work completed to date
  • Cover letter that summarizes practicum/intern requirements (hours required, supervision requirements, etc.) and highlights particular areas of interest

For those students that we are interested in considering for a possible placement and slots remain, the HR Department will contact the student to set up a time for a pre-placement interview.  Please note that ALL practicum/internship requests are processed through the HR department for ANY CCS program or location. Placements are also contingent upon the successful completion of the background check process.

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