Employment Opportunities

Circle of Life has several open employment opportunities below.

Through EPINC we offer a generous Benefits Package: All Full Time Employees Medical, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance Premiums Paid. Employer Match 401K, PTO, and more!

Employment with ENIPC, Inc. requires a valid NM State Driver License and must be insurable under ENIPC’s auto insurance. All required certificates and licensures must be valid and current prior to employment. ENIPC ensures Native American Preference ENIPC, Inc. is a Drug Free Workplace

*Drug testing and criminal background check completed prior to employment*

To fill out an application apply below, or email your resume and cover letter to dforbes@colbhn.com 

POSITION: THERAPIST-OUTPATIENT- TELEHEALTH 

PROGRAM: Circle of Life-North, Ohkay Owingeh, NM 

STATUS: Regular/Full-Time/Non-Exempt 

BENEFITS: Yes 

RATE OF PAY: DOE 

EDUCATION: Master’s Degree or PhD in Counseling, Psychology, or Social Work. 

EXPERIENCE: Experience in a variety of populations, such as substance abuse, behavioral issues and/or mental illness. 

CERTIFICATES: Current New Mexico State license as an LMSW, LPC, LMFT, or higher. 

The Circle of Life (COL) Therapist entails maintaining a case load in the outpatient office, primarily providing individual, family, group therapy, substance abuse counseling, case management, discharge planning and other therapeutic services as needed and assigned by Clinical Supervisor. This position requires remote and/or in office services according to program needs. 

Work is performed under the general supervision of the Clinical Supervisor. Guidelines for work performance are established in compliance with the standards of the Behavioral Health Program of ENIPC Inc., Department of Health and Human Services Behavioral Health Services Division, C.Y.F.D., D.O.J., and Indian Health Service. 

POSITION: Therapist 

PROGRAM: Taos Outpatient, Taos, NM 

STATUS: Regular/Full-Time/Exempt 

BENEFITS: Yes 

RATE OF PAY: DOE 

EDUCATION: Master’s Degree of PhD in Counseling, Psychology, or Social Work and hold a New Mexico State license as an LMSW, LPC, LMFT, or higher. 

EXPERIENCE: Experience in a variety of populations, such as substance abuse, behavioral issues and/or mental illness. 

PREFERRED CERTIFICATES: None 

The Circle of Life (COL) Therapist entails maintaining a case load in the outpatient office, primarily providing individual, family, group therapy, substance abuse counseling, case management, discharge planning and other therapeutic services as needed and assigned by Clinical Supervisor. 

Work is performed under the general supervision of the Clinical Supervisor. Guidelines for work performance are established in compliance with the standards of the Behavioral Health Program of ENIPC Inc., Department of Health and Human Services Behavioral Health Services Division, C.Y.F.D., D.O.J., and Indian Health Service. 

OUTPATIENT THERAPIST PROGRAM:
Circle of Life-North NM
STATUS: Regular/Part Time/Exempt
EDUCATION: Master’s Degree or PhD in Counseling, Psychology, or Social Work
EXPERIENCE: Experience in a variety of populations, such as substance abuse, behavioral issues and/or mental illness.

PREFERRED CERTIFICATES: New Mexico State license as an LMSW, LPC, LMFT, or higher. The Circle of Life (COL) Therapist entails maintaining a case load in the outpatient office, primarily providing individual, family, group therapy, substance abuse counseling, case management, discharge planning and other therapeutic services as needed and assigned by Clinical Supervisor.

CLINICAL SUPERVISOR RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM: Butterfly Healing Center, Taos, NM
STATUS: Regular/Full Time/Exempt
EDUCATION: Master’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling, or related field.
EXPERIENCE: Seven years counseling experience. Two years management or supervisory capacity preferred.
REQUIRED LICENSE: Current License in the State of New Mexico as one for the following: LCSW, LPCC, LMFT, PhD, PsyD. CPR and First Aid certification. Provide and document direct day-to-day clinical supervision to COL Behavioral Health Staff. Lead the Multi-Disciplinary Treatment Team, ensure supervisees are meeting their productivity requirements and are continually increasing their clinical skills. Provide regular and ongoing individual and group supervision to clinicians. Provide regular individual and family therapy, evaluations, case management, and other related therapeutic services for COL clientele.

COOK 

PROGRAM: Butterfly Healing Center, Taos, NM 

STATUS: Regular/Part Time/Non-Exempt 

EDUCATION: High School Diploma or GED. 

EXPERIENCE: One year of experience in commercial, institutional or related volume food preparation 

PREFERRED CERTIFICATES: CPA and First Aid certification or willing to receive training required. 

The cook performs a variety of volume food preparation tasks. The Cook is responsible for the full range of kitchen duties normally encountered in a small cafeteria or institutional kitchen. Duties include directing the activities of food preparers and resident helpers. General supervision is received from the Food Services Manager who provides instruction on the type of food/meal to be prepared. The Cook is responsible for the quantity of food to be prepared and the methods of food preparation 

 

RESIDENTIAL CLINICAL AND OPERATIONS MANAGER PROGRAM: Butterfly Healing Center, Taos, NM
STATUS: Regular/Full Time/Exempt
EDUCATION: Master’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling, or related field.
EXPERIENCE: Three years experience with children, adolescents, and families, substance abuse recovery. Two years in a lead or
supervisory capacity. Prior experience in a Residential Treatment Center preferred.

REQUIRED LICENSE: CPR and First Aid certification. Responsible for the management and coordination of the administrative program components and operation of the residential programs under Circle of Life Behavioral Health Network. Responsible for directly supervising the Clinical Supervisors of each program. Works closely with and supervises the Clinical Supervisor to ensure collaboration between clinical and administrative services in day to day functioning of residential services. Responsible for consulting with the Program Director/Deputy Program Director and Clinical Director as necessary. Works closely with the Quality Improvement Manager to ensure that all programs, facility sites, contracts and grants meet State and federal standards and compliance regulations.

Work is performed under the direct supervision of the Program Director/Deputy Program Director. Guidelines for work performance are established in compliance with the standard of the Behavioral Health Program of ENIPC, Inc., Department of Health and Human Services Behavioral Health Services Division, CYFD, DOJ, Falling Colors, and IHS.

SECURITY OFFICER PROGRAM: Butterfly Healing Center – Taos, NM STATUS: Regular/Full Time/ Exempt
EDUCATION: High School Diploma or GED
EXPERIENCE: One year experience in security, law enforcement, military or civilian security services.
PREFERRED CERTIFICATES: CPA and First Aid Certification. Ensure the safety and protection of residents, employees, and assets in accordance with applicable laws, regulations, policies and procedures. Promote attitudes of resident responsibility and assists the BHC personnel with the safety of residents staff and visitors. Ensure the safety and security o

POSITION: Teen Mentor 

PROGRAM: Butterfly Healing Center, Taos, NM 

STATUS: Regular/Full-Time/Non-Exempt 

BENEFITS: Yes 

RATE OF PAY: DOE 

EDUCATION: High School Diploma or equivalent 

EXPERIENCE: Healthcare experience preferred. 

PREFERRED CERTIFICATES: CPR and First Aid or willing to receive the training to become certified. 

A Teen Mentor is a member of the direct care staff who works with native youth, ages 13 through 18, to ensure that their safety, therapeutic and physical needs are properly met. Job duties include working with residents throughout the day, transporting them to varying locations, accompanying them on nature and cultural outings, participating and leading groups and experiential activities, and acting as a positive role model for our residents. Butterfly Healing Center is staffed 24 hours a day. There are day, swing, and graveyard shifts available. Schedule is determined by program needs. 

PROGRAM: Butterfly Healing Center, Taos, NM
STATUS: Regular/Full Time/Exempt
EDUCATION: Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Healthcare, Counseling, or related field or four or more years of related experience.

EXPERIENCE: Experience in the related field.

PREFERRED CERTIFICATES: CPR and First Aid Certification.

Coordinate and provide services and resources to individuals and families engaged in services with Circle of Life Behavioral Health Network. Participates in community support activities by addressing goals in the following areas: independent living, learning,
working, socializing, and recreation. Interventions are made primarily face-to-face and in community locations. Interventions
address barriers that impede the development of skills necessary for independent functioning in the community.
The Case Manager assists clients in identifying and coordinating their own services and supports in accordance with the clients
service plan. The Case Manager serves the community by providing transportation services to and from Circle of Life Outpatient
Clinic, so that those clients who lack transportation are able to engage more fully in their treatment. The Case Manager works
closely with the clinical team to ensure that service plan objectives are being met. The Case Manager ensures that proper documentation of services provided is maintained.

THERAPIST – RESIDENTIAL
PROGRAM: Butterfly Healing Center, Taos, NM
STATUS: Regular/Full Time/Exempt
EDUCATION: Master’s Degree or PhD in Counseling, Psychology, Social Work, or related field.
EXPERIENCE: Working with Native American populations, substance misuse, and behavioral/ mental health issues
REQUIRED LICENSE: New Mexico State license as an MA or PhD psychologist, LMSW, LMHC, LPCC, LCSW, or LMFT.
Provide individual and family therapy, group psychotherapy, substance abuse counseling, mental health/substance abuse
evaluations, case management, and other related therapeutic services for residential clientele of the organization.

FOOD SERVICE MANAGER PROGRAM: Circle of Life


STATUS: Regular/Full Time/Non-Exempt

EDUCATION: Bachelor’s Degree preferred.

EXPERIENCE: Three years experience in commercial, institutional, or related volume food preparation including one year preparing meals according to specialized diets. One year supervising cooks and food preparers. PREFERRED CERTIFICATES: Chef Certification preferred. Must obtain and maintain Food Handler’s Card Coordinate, oversee, direct and manage Food Service operational, financial, and administrative activities to ensure efficient and timely service at the Behavioral Health Center. Directly supervises and monitor assigned staff. Plan, organize, and prepares menus and meals. Ensures all safety and food handling is in compliance with laws and regulations. Maintains cleanliness of food areas

THERAPIST PROGRAM: Circle of Life, Albuquerque NM STATUS: Regular/Full Time/Exempt
EDUCATION: Master’s Degree or PhD in Counseling, Psychology, or Social Work
EXPERIENCE: Experience in a variety of populations, such as substance abuse, behavioral issues and/or mental illness.
PREFERRED CERTIFICATES:
New Mexico State license as an LMSW, LPC, LMFT, or higher. The Circle of Life (COL) Therapist entails maintaining a case load in the outpatient office, primarily providing individual, family, group therapy, substance abuse counseling, case management, discharge planning and other therapeutic services as needed and assigned by Clinical Supervisor.

BEHAVIORAL HEALTH TECHNICIAN 

PROGRAM: New Moon Lodge, Ohkay Owingeh, NM 

STATUS: Regular/Full Time/Non-Exempt 

EDUCATION: High School Diploma or GED 

EXPERIENCE: Healthcare experience Preferred. 

PREFERRED CERTIFICATES: CPA and First Aid certification 

A Behavioral Health Technician is a member of the direct care staff who works with native men, ages 18 and up, to ensure that their safety, therapeutic and physical needs are properly met, as directed by the treatment plan and clinical team. Job duties in-clude working with residents throughout the day, transporting them to varying locations, accompanying them on nature and cultural outings, participating and leading groups and experiential activities, and acting as a positive role model for our residents. New Moon Lodge is staffed 24 hours a day. Must be 21 years of age or older. 

RESIDENTIAL THERAPIST

PROGRAM: New Moon Lodge

STATUS: Regular/Full Time/Exempt

EDUCATION: Master’s Degree or PhD in Counseling, Psychology, Social Work, or related field.

EXPERIENCE: Working with Native American populations, substance misuse, and behavioral/mental health issues.

REQUIRED LICENSE: New Mexico State license as an MA or PhD psychologist, LMSW, LISW, LPCC, LPAT, LADAC, LMHC.

The Residential Therapist duties entail maintaining a caseload, providing individual, family, group therapy, substance abuse counseling, case management, discharge planning and other therapeutic services as needed and assigned by Clinical Supervisor.

YOUTH/FAMILY COORDINATOR PROGRAM: Healing Hearts/ Circle of Life

STATUS: Regular/Full Time/Non- Exempt

EDUCATION: Highschool Diploma or GED.

EXPERIENCE: 2 or more years of previous experience in community based services.

PREFERRED CERTIFICATES: None

Recruit families to participate in activities specific to the Circles of Care grant. This position is responsible for planning supporting a “system of care” model by recruiting families to participate in grant activities such as but not limited to: round table discussions, community assessments and community mapping. This position is also responsible for all aspects of planning for these activities.