Employment

COPE Behavioral Health believes that a strong commitment to equal employment opportunity is more than a legal and moral obligation; It is also sound business practice to realize the potential of every individual. To provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals, employment decisions at this agency will be based on merit, qualifications, and abilities. COPE Behavioral Health does not discriminate against  race, creed, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or any characteristic protected by law. We are an equal opportunity employer.

Current Job Listings:

Licensed Professional Counselor/ Licensed Clinical Social Worker Position (Baker, LA)

Busy Mental Health Rehabilitation Clinic seeking a full time LPC/LCSW. Starting salary $36,000/annually.

Salary negotiable contingent upon experience and professional references. Looking to fill position immediately!

Licensed Professional Counselor/ Licensed Clinical Social Worker Position (Hammond, LA)

Busy Mental Health Rehabilitation Clinic seeking a full time LPC / LCSW. Starting salary 36,000/ annually. Salary negotiable contingent upon experience and professional references. Looking to fill position immediately!!

Mental Health Professional (MHP) / Mentaal Health Specialist (MHS) (Hammond, LA)

Master’s level – $20.00/ hour  Bachelor’s Level – $15.00/ hour : Mental Health Rehabilitation Agency seeking full time Mental Health Professionals (MHP) and Mental Health Specialist (MHS). Must have degree in the mental health field (Psychology, Mental Health, Counseling or Social Work) Excellent Pay!! Master’s Level: $20.00/hour Bachelor’s Level: $15.00 hour.

Please send all employment inquiries to administration@COPEBehavioral.net.


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