Full-Time LCSW in Bentonville. Duties: Direct clinical services, clinical & admin processes & compliant documentation. Qualifications: Masters degree in Social Work; Telehealth experience and Substance abuse treatment experience preferred. Experience in children and adolescent mental health services a plus. 2-year experience preferred.
Here are some of the benefits you can receive when you become part of the
• Private non-profit culture focused on personal/job satisfaction, shared values, family,
education, community involvement, long term viability, sustainability, and success in the
pursuit of excellence.
• Work that is conducive to a balanced lifestyle of work+free time+personal
recognition/reward+career advancement+compensation for loyalty/longevity
• Competitive salary (Salary or hourly depending on your needs) with annual
compensation surveys/review, plus an incentive for working in a rural, medically
underserved area and population.
• Productivity Bonus
• Loyalty Bonus for all FT employees (based on hours worked/years of service)
• Liberal benefit package, which includes:
➢ Medical insurance with option of Health Savings Account
➢ Dental insurance coverage
➢ Employee/family clinic services without fee
➢ Vision insurance
➢ Life Insurance
➢ Long & Short Term Disability Insurance
➢ Retirement Plan
➢ Regular Work Hours/Schedule
➢ Malpractice Coverage (FTCA and Wrap around)
➢ Paid Holidays
➢ Paid Vacation
➢ Paid Sick leave
➢ Travel reimbursement
➢ CEU/CME allowance/reimbursement
➢ Licensure/Professional Dues/Subscription Allowance
➢ In-House Trainings (CPR or other required trainings)
➢ Opportunity for outside practice/income
➢ Opportunity for extra pay for work outside regular hours (ie Saturday clinics)
➢ Loan Repayment plans (Eligible for NHSC loan repayment)
➢ Tuition Assistance programs/access to higher education
➢ Promotion from “within”
➢ Mentoring Program—provision of another experienced company employee to
assist the new employee in all aspects of beginning a successful and rewarding
career with the organization. The goal is to assist the new employee with
orientation to the organization, building a working relationship with the new
employee, fostering employee satisfaction, and serving as a resource for ongoing
➢ Light First Call Schedule (average 1week/7 days every 26 weeks)
➢ Feedback Plan—needs assessment, employee satisfaction surveys, exit
➢ Preceptorship/Teaching Opportunities
➢ Established patient base
➢ Support of all ancillary staff/back office functions
➢ Electronic Medical Records
➢ Community involvement and leadership opportunities
➢ Collegial Support
➢ Up-to-date/Quality Facilities and Equipment
➢ Annual review/opportunity for pay increase.
➢ Annual review of travel related expenses/adjustment prn.
➢ Long Term Retention of professional staff and leadership.
➢ Network of support—specialists, hospitals, hospice, home health, LTC facilities,
education, child care.
➢ Private Not for Profit organization with stable history/financial base.
➢ Community/State/National recognition for excellence.
➢ Fostering of “Buy In” to the company mission, vision, values—continuous,
effective communication and an “inclusionary” mind set which fosters worth, job
satisfaction, and a sense of accomplishment.
➢ Recognition and Awards:
➢ Staff recognition awards for years of service, special effort, excellence
➢ Staff social events
➢ Annual company meeting during work hours/days
➢ Staff training on new processes/equipment
➢ Birthday recognition
➢ Staff suggestions and ideas for improvement
➢ Personal or family accomplishments
➢ Employee of the Year