Job Description

$6,500 SIGNING BONUS!!

Okanogan Behavioral HealthCare has expanded our services to include placement of a Mental Health Professional (Therapist) in schools within Okanogan County. We are seeking applications to fill positions in the school districts of Brewster, Methow Valley, and Tonasket, WA. Come make a difference in the lives of youth who need you! Duties include providing intake assessments, creating client centered treatment plans and providing individual and group counseling to youth population in the school setting.

We are a private non-profit organization located in scenic Okanogan County. Our county offers a wide variety of outdoor activities, including camping, fishing, 4-wheeling, skiing, snowmobiling, river rafting and much more! Want to own some acreage and have a hobby farm? You can do that here! This is the place for you if you want to experience four true seasons! We also have an active Performing Arts Center offering a variety of performances throughout the year, so there's something for everyone to enjoy. Life in Okanogan County is full of adventures, festivals, rodeos and a sense of community togetherness.

Master’s Degree in Counseling, Psychology or Social Work required.  Applicants must be license eligible or licensed.  If not licensed, we can provide the necessary clinical supervision to progress towards licensure. 

Benefits Include:

100% Paid Medical and Dental Insurance Premium

100% Paid Critical Illness, Accident, and Hospital Indemnity Coverage Premium

Paid Time Off/Paid Holidays

401K Plan with Employer Match

Long Term Disability Insurance

$50,000 Employer Provided Life Insurance

Air Ambulance Coverage

Pay: $64,000.00 - $72,000.00 per year depending on licensure

Send cover letter and resume’ to:  Okanogan Behavioral HealthCare – ATTN:  Human Resources -1007 Koala Dr. – Omak, WA  98841 or inquire by email: dharris@okbhc.org.  OBHC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 COVID-19 considerations:

All employees are required by the State of Washington Proclamation by the Governor to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 with an authorized vaccine.