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Charlotte Behavioral Health Care is offering your next great job opportunity, and a work environment that strives to provide high quality, compassionate, cost effective health care services to the individuals and families we serve. We offer a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits package, (including generous retirement plan), and flexible work schedules.

“Committed to restoring hope & changing lives…”

CBHC is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer & Drug Free Workplace  

Apply via email: or Fax:  941-347-6455


OP Children’s Therapist – Full Time 

Position Summary:

Employee is responsible for assessing and treating mental health/substance abuse/co-occurring disorder needs of patients seeking services.

Minimum Requirements:

MA/MS in Human Services field, FL licensed LMHC, LCSW or Psychologist required for some positions.

Experience working with both children and adults.

Minimum two years of clinical experience.

Essential Duties, Requirements & Activities

Develop and implement recovery-focused treatment plans, which include measurable objectives stated in behavioral terms.

Provide evidence-based brief and solution-focused individual, marital, group or family therapy for children and adults.

Maintain accurate and timely documentation per agency standards, including progress notes and outcome tools.

Become knowledgeable of, and be able to effectively communicate with related community service organizations.

Respond to crisis situations for current caseload as needed.

Average caseload for a full-time therapist is 60 to 80 patients.

Full-time Outpatient and Community based Therapist are expected to meet standard agency expectations after a graduated three month production standard.

Standard agency expectations are based on an annualized target, and part-time staff is prorated to the number of hours worked.


Knowledge and skills in treating co-occurring population preferred.

Ability to evaluate consumer needs and provide direct service; ability to work effectively with staff, patients, and community agencies.

Possess thorough knowledge of rules and regulations (including Florida’s Mental Health Act) pertaining to the care and treatment of persons with psychiatric or phase of life problems, including overall treatment concepts and objectives.

Excellent computer skills required, as Therapist will document an electronic medical record.


Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner – Full Time

Position Summary:

Under the direction and supervision of the Medical Director, is responsible for direct and indirect medical patient care in the Medical Outpatient Department.

Minimum Requirements:

1.Must be licensed in the State of Florida as an ARNP.

2. Prefer five years experience in a psychiatric setting.

3. Prefer experience working with children.

Essential Duties, Requirements & Activities

Performs thorough psychiatric evaluations that result in accurate diagnosis.

Demonstrates timely and accurate documentation. Ability to document to an electronic medical record

Utilizes effective, evidence based medication practices (EBMPS) that are consistent with diagnosis and presenting problem.

Demonstrates effective coordination to improve treatment outcomes and compliance.

Provides guidance as necessary to therapists, LPN’s, case managers, skills coaches, and other involved providers.

Performance is consistent with licensing standards.

Comply with all CBHC policies and procedures, especially confidentiality and CBHC code of conduct.


1.Delivers person and family-centered care.

2.Demonstrates understanding of developmental/age-specific issues in the treatment of patients.

3.Interacts effectively with patients, supervisors, coworkers and external agency employees.

4.Performs work in a safe and efficient manner. Complies with policies and procedures regarding workers’ compensation, risk management, and security.

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Crisis Services

Behavioral Health Technician

PRN On Call – availability all shifts, weekdays/weekends

Requirements: Certified nursing assistant, HS diploma or GED are preferred but not required. One year experience working with mentally impaired individuals or individuals who have been engaged in substance abuse preferred. Good verbal and written communication skills are required to perform verbal de-escalation and for accurately documenting client interactions and activities in the client’s medical record. Must be able to work independently, plan work activities and take actions according to policy and procedure. BHT must demonstrate good computer skills with knowledge of and ability to use computer programs and office equipment and software to document an electronic medical record. Must display appropriate work demeanor and boundaries, excellent customer service, and effective communication skills with both staff and clients. Employee must be able to manage stressful or difficult situations/people calmly and respectfully. Employee must understand, maintain, and follow strict agency confidentiality rules.

Work Responsibilities: BHT responds to their supervisor, the nurse on duty and the lead technician in order to continually monitor safety and interact appropriately with adult and minor consumers (one-on-one and in groups) in a 24/7 behavioral health care environment. Plan, execute and document activities for consumers in a residential Crisis Stabilization Unit. Must be able to interact appropriately with consumers, and assist in patient care management. Maintain accurate and complete documentation and assist with treatment plans. Participates in social, educational, and recreational group activities, and facilitates community meetings. Takes and records vital signs. Completes assigned cleaning tasks. Remains composed in crisis situations and maintains strict consumer confidentiality.

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Crisis Services-Recovery

Licensed Practical Nurse – PRN (On-Call) positions for all shifts; weekdays and weekends; 3:00 p.m. – 11p.m.; 11:00p.m. – 7 a.m.; 7:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.


FL LPN License; prefer minimum two years nursing experience, and prefer experience working in a behavioral health or substance abuse environment.

Knowledge of recovery is an asset.

Excellent clinical assessment and documentation skills required to ensure accurate progress notes and treatment plans.

Strict consumer confidentiality is required.

Requires strong computer skills in order to enter and retrieve information in an electronic medical record.

LPN must demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills in order to positively communicate with consumers, clinical team members, caregivers and community representatives.

Work Responsibilities:

Does physical examinations under the review of an RN.

Provides nursing care; discusses medical changes with the consumer; performs blood pressure checks; gives injections; provides medication and diagnosis-related information to consumers and answers questions as appropriate.

Takes calls from consumers and insures that consumers are provided with proper information, appointments, and/or prescription refills.

Reviews consumer’s medical charts and transcribes and/or prepares prescription documents for doctor’s or ARNP’s review and signature.

Maintains comprehensive and timely documentation.

LPNs provide work direction to Behavioral Health Technicians.

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