The outcome of treatment is directly related to the quality of the clinician providing it. That is why DE has been so committed to hiring and developing clinicians who not only have a passion for our mission to help children and families, but also who have the training and experience to truly be experts in their fields. We take a similar approach to hiring our administrative staff and behavior technicians. If DE sounds like a fit for you, please see our open positions below!
Please send application, cover letter and resume to Abbie Westrate, HR Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Receptionist/Administrative Assistant position involves greeting and checking in clients, scheduling, answering phones, collecting and recording payments, various office responsibilities, special projects, and assisting the Office Manager and Business Manager.
The Clinical Social Worker is responsible to be a professional caregiver who provides mental health treatment in a clinic setting. Our social workers provide a wide array of mental health services to children with all types of emotional, behavioral and neurodevelopmental issues.Apply Now
The Clinical Psychologist is responsible to be a professional caregiver who provides psychological assessment and treatment in a clinic setting. Our psychologists provide a wide array of mental health services to children and adolescents with all types of emotional, behavioral and neurodevelopmental issues.Apply Now
The Behavior Technician will provide individual treatment for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder ages 2 to 10 using Applied Behavior Analysis. They will implement learning programs (communication, self-help, play skills) under the direct supervision of Board Certified Behavior Analysts, collect data on target behaviors, incorporate parent training, and meet with supervisors regularly.Apply Now