Admissions Coordinator 1063264 Kingsport, TN

Future Opening: Admissions Coordinator 1063264

Full Time • Kingsport, TN

 

 

Do you love helping children and their families?

Have you always had a knack at conveying a need and recruiting for the cause?

Are you interested in working with a company that values people and has a passion for service? 

Do you want to become part of an organization that cares about your personal and professional growth?  

 

Camelot Care Centers, Inc. Team is seeking a dynamic individual to join our team as the Admissions Coordinator

 

The Admissions Coordinator, helps to control the number of cases the staff is required to manage. They are also a valuable resource to individuals needing to connect with  DCS, the court, and other agencies.

 

If you like to…

  • Assist in high crisis situations
  • Be involved in the therapeutic process to help our clients
  • Campaign our cause to the community and build relationships
  • Develop and maintain admission process
  • Providing families training and support to maintain the changes created through treatment

 

Are you a team player that is looking to make a difference?

Is being stuck in a stuffy office something that makes you cringe? 

This position allows you to travel throughout the day as you see clients. In addition, you may be provided with a company vehicle to make your rounds.

 

If you answered yes to the above...

…then Pathways may be a good place to plant your feet and grow.


Camelot Care Centers, LLC. is subsidiary of Pathways
Check out the links above to learn more about our organizations

 

Camelot Care Centers helps children and their families across Tennessee to learn, grow and prosper.

Our family counseling and foster care services are varied to be able to meet the needs of our clients, and we are continually creating new programs in response to identified needs in a particular area.  The common thread is that we provide counseling and support services in-home and in community-based settings throughout Tennessee.  We emphasize the strengths and uniqueness of each youth and family.  All our family counseling and foster care services are offered by trained therapists and counselors under the direct supervision of licensed clinicians.

 

Do YOU have what it takes? 

  • Master’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university in a discipline which allows the recipient to be eligible for mental health licensure in Tennessee
  • Must be a licensed driver with automobile insurance in good standing and access to reliable transportation at all times
  • CPR and First Aid certified, or be willing to obtain certification before working with clients; and other duties as assigned

These qualities Send you to the front of the line:

  • Experience working with children/adolescents in a therapeutic, community based treatment environment
  • Experience with Business Development with in a Social Work Organization

We also are also looking for these talents and characteristics...

  • Ability to work flexible hours consistent with program needs and work at multiple location
  • Exemplary organizational, communication, mentoring, and teaming skills
  • Sensitivity to other cultures and socioeconomic levels

 

Pathways is committed to creating the best possible work environment for our team members and offers the following total rewards package:

  • Competitive Salary
  • Paid Vacation Days
  • Paid Sick Days
  • Holidays
  • Medical, Dental, Vision including a Health Savings Account
  • Health, Dependent and Transportation Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Basic and Optional Life Insurance for Employee, Spouse and/or Dependents
  • 401 K 
  • Mileage & Cell Phone Reimbursement
  • Training, Development and Continuing Education Credits for licensure requirements
  • Opportunities for advancement!  As we grow, you grow with us!

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.





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Mileage & Cell Phone Reimbursement
Qualified positions only
Training, Development and Continuing Education Credits
*for licensure requirements
Opportunities for advancement!
As we grow, you grow with us!
Medical, Dental, Vision including a Health Savings Account
Paid Vacation, Holiday, & Sick Days
Competitive Salary
401K