We offer an impressive benefits package, competitive wages, and opportunities for growth. Benefits for full-time employees include an excellent health insurance coverage, life insurance, 403B retirement plan with a company match, bereavement leave, and generous paid vacation and sick leave.
Eliada’s Employee Assistance Program offers 5 sessions of free counseling for Eliada employees and/or any member of their immediate household, plus a wealth of resources on personal, family, and work issues.
Mission Driven Employment
Eliada values personal wellness. All employees have 24/7 access to a gym and recreation center with weights, treadmills, foosball and pool tables, and a rock climbing wall. Miles of trails crisscross our campus and are great for hiking, walking, or biking.
Our employees have the opportunity to make an incredible difference in the lives of young people! Individuals who are mission driven and share our values will be a strong match for Eliada.
For questions regarding employment, please send inquiries to Maggie Brown at . Please note that incomplete or incorrect applications will not be reviewed. Additionally, resumes will not be accepted in lieu of applications.
Eliada does a complete and thorough background check on each employee. If there is anything that may show up on the background check, please note it. It does not necessarily preclude employment. However, failure to disclose may result in automatic exclusion or dismissal.
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Residential Mental Health Treatment
Are you interested in a unique challenge working with children in need of mental health and behavioral intervention? Eliada operates several residential mental health treatment facilities that teach children ages 12-17 anger management skills, coping skills, and social skills to help them become functional members of society. This is a challenging field where staff are responsible for providing direct supervision, setting and maintaining firm expectations, performing behavioral intervention, and utilizing de-escalation techniques on a daily basis. As a 24 hour treatment facility, the residential program is staffed around the clock. Check out our openings below!
The Residential Counselor (RC) works a second shift schedule in the residential mental health treatment program. The RC is responsible for providing a safe and therapeutic environment while teaching anger management, social, and coping skills to the student population while monitoring the behaviors of the students. This position offers an outlet for creativity with activities and allows staff to bring their strengths and interests to the students in their care. Applicants must be at least 21 and possess a high school diploma or GED. A degree in Human Services and/or previous relatable work experience is a plus! Click here to view the Residential Counselor job description.
Night Residential Counselor
The Night Residential Counselor (NRC) works a third shift schedule in the residential mental Health treatment program. The NRC is responsible for providing a safe and therapeutic environment for the students overnight. Nighttime is often a very challenging time for children who have struggled with feeling safe. This position offers the opportunity to reframe those negative feelings by providing a safe environment and being a supportive presence to get the students day started off right! The NRC is responsible for supervising and monitoring the behaviors of the students. Applicants must be at least 21 and possess a high school diploma or GED. Click here to view the Night Residential Counselor job description.
PRN Residential Counselor
PRN (which essentially means “as needed”) Residential Counselors are able to work in both the residential mental Health treatment program and the Day Treatment program as shifts become available. All PRNs have the option to move into full-time positions within the organization as they become available. This is an excellent opportunity for college students or recent graduates with an interest in mental health, social work, education, counseling, psychology and related fields to gain valuable experience and training in the area of their academic pursuits. PRN Staff have the flexibility to work between 8-40 hours per week, and maintain a flexible schedule. Applicants must be at least 21 and possess a high school diploma or GED. Click here to view the PRN Residential Counselor job description and click here to view the PRN Night Residential Counselor job description.
Residential Counselor- Summer 1st Shift
The Summer 1st Shift Residential Counselor (RC) works a first shift schedule in the residential mental health treatment program. The RC is responsible for providing a safe and therapeutic environment while teaching anger management, social, and coping skills to the student population while monitoring the behaviors of the students. This position offers an outlet for creativity with activities and allows staff to bring their strengths and interests to the students in their care. Applicants must be at least 21 and possess a high school diploma or GED. A degree in Human Services and/or previous relatable work experience is a plus! Click here to view the Residential Counselor job description.
The RISE Internship program is a 13 month-long placement that provides recent college graduates the opportunity to gain valuable experience in the mental health field. RISE interns work as direct care staff in our residential mental Health treatment program. Throughout their time at Eliada, our interns become familiar with how to work and interact with children and adolescents who have been diagnosed with a variety of mental illnesses. This is a unique chance to acquire job-ready skills and credentials that will put you ahead of the competition. Many of our former RISE interns have gained admission into top graduate programs after completing the internship. Applicants must be at least 21 and have recently earned a Bachelor’s Degree at an accredited college or university. You can learn more about this program by visiting: /employment/rise.
Lead Residential Counselor
The Lead Residential Counselor (LRC) works directly with Residential Counselors on shift to supervise and monitor students in assigned program. The LRC provides supervision and leadership to the shift team while working in ratio by providing feedback to Residential Counselors and managing any crisis in the cottage as it arises. This is an excellent opportunity to step into a leadership role in a challenging environment. The LRC must be at least 21 years of age. A bachelor’s degree in a Human Services field from an accredited college or university preferred. QP status is preferred. Previous experience working in a similar setting with a similar population is preferred. Click here to view the Lead Residential Counselor job description.
Eliada’s Day Treatment Program serves high-risk 6-17 year old students with a history of emotional and/or behavioral problems. On any given day, Day Treatment employees utilize de-escalation techniques and teach students ways to manage their emotions, develop confidence and self-esteem, practice building positive relationships, learn to take responsibility for choices and actions, and learn appropriate classroom etiquette. Check out our openings below!
Qualified Professional Treatment Specialist
The Qualified Professional Treatment Specialist (QP) works within the day treatment classroom providing behavioral support to the students for which they are case responsible. The QP is case responsible for up to 6 students. The QP works with the teacher and other staff in the classroom to work with the assigned students. The QP is responsible for case management services in addition to documentation of service provision each day. A Bachelor’s degree in Human Services or related field from an accredited college or university is preferred; non-Human Services degree will be considered with additional experience. Must meet the requirements and standards for Qualified Mental Health Professional- including 2-4 years of experience working with youth or adolescents in a mental health environment. Click here to view the QP Treatment Specialist job description.
Day Treatment Teacher
The Day Treatment Teacher works within the day treatment classroom providing individual and group instruction in core academics through highly engaging experiential and traditional lessons. The teacher also provides behavioral supports and helps students to identify and practice appropriate classroom behaviors. In addition the teacher is responsible for maintaining lesson plans, attendance and grades, and mid-term and quarterly report cards, along with behavioral rubrics and other documentation as needed. A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university is preferred. Prefer current valid teaching certification as specified by the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction. A minimum of two years teaching experience or direct residential experience with the target population is preferred. Click here to view the Day Treatment Teacher job description.
Eliada provides a caring environment where children meet developmental milestones and acquire a love of learning that lasts a lifetime. Eliada offers preschool, pre-kindergarten, after school, and summer camp services to children in our community. Do you have what it takes to work in Eliada’s Five-Star Child Development Program? Check out our openings below!
The preschool teacher will work in a classroom assisting the Teacher in record keeping, care and supervision of the children in the classroom. This position also requires frequent one-on-one and small group interactions with the children, regular communication with parents, families and other employees and lots of positive language, movement and energy. Prefer an Associate’s degree in Early Childhood or related field, minimum of early childhood credentials, or currently enrolled in Early Childhood Education from a community college or university with successful completion of 6 relatable credit hours. Click here to view the Preschool Teacher job description.
Eliada has a variety of support positions that have an impact on the children we serve without being direct care. These positions include anything from administration to food service and maintenance. Each position has an indirect impact on each child’s success while at Eliada. These positions are often part of a small team of dedicated employees that strive to do what they can to achieve the organizational mission of Helping Children Succeed. Check out our openings below!
Eliada is currently in need of lifeguards for the summer! The Lifeguard is responsible for the pool and its use for everyone on campus. The lifeguard is responsible for observing the use of the pool are, rescuing individuals from drowning, maintaining proper water and chemical levels in the pool, and maintaining a clean and safe pool environment. Applicants must be at least 15 years old and possess current life guarding, CPR, and First Aid certifications. Previous experience is a plus! Click here to view the Lifeguard job description.
Temporary Landscape Technician
The Landscape Technician works on a temporary/seasonal basis. The Landscape Technician is responsible for general upkeep of Eliada’s 300+ acre campus including the mowing of lawns, trimming of hedges, road maintenance, leaf removal, and breakdown of the corn maze at the end of the season. This position ends at the beginning of November. Applicants must be at least 18 years old and possess a High School Diploma or GED. Click here to view the Temporary Landscape Technician job description.
Performance and Quality Improvement Business Analyst
The Performance and Quality Improvement (PQI) Business Analyst works within the agency to develop, design, and implement efficient business processes and systems as well as evaluate current business practices for overall agency efficiency. The PQI Business Analyst is responsible for proactively identifying technology opportunities that support agency strategies and performance and collaborate with IT professionals to determine if appropriate internal or external solutions currently exist, or whether new solutions are required and feasible. The PQI Business Analyst will educate project team members on agency goals and objectives and educate the agency on the value of information technology. The overall goal of the PQI Business Analyst is to improve the efficiency of the agency through the implementation of best business practices while maintaining agency standards for quality across multiple departments. The PQI Business Analysts must possess a Bachelor Degree; Degrees in Business Administration, Data Science or Information Technology preferred. Must be an advanced computer user with advanced working knowledge of word-processing, spreadsheet, database software, Google Suite, Adobe Suite, Visio, Survey Monkey, Watson Analytics, SPSS, Crystal Reports, SSRS, SQL Server, etc. Working knowledge in information/systems as well as SQL is highly recommended. This role will require demonstrated project management skills. At least 3 years of experience is preferred. A technical skills assessment will be required. Click here to view the Performance and Quality Improvement Business Analyst job description.