Mission: Our mission at Community Psychiatric Clinic is to enhance the quality of life of our clients by delivering a full continuum of high quality, evidence informed, community-based behavioral healthcare services. We strive to assure access to all in our ...
Who We Are:
Community Psychiatric Clinic is a mission-driven organization. This means that
we work to align our choices about services, staff, and behavior with our values.
Our vision is that the people of our community are mentally and physically healthy and are able to realize their hopes and dreams.
Our mission at Community Psychiatric Clinic is to enhance the quality of life of our clients by
delivering a full continuum of high-quality, evidence-informed, community-based behavioral
healthcare services. We strive to assure access to all in our community who seek care.
Community Psychiatric Clinic provides an array of accredited outpatient mental health treatment and counseling programs to serve our clients. These programs utilize best practices in mental health treatment and counseling to support the recovery of our clients. We have services available at multiple locations with multiple levels of care, tailored to suit each client’s individual needs. Additionally, CPC offers access to psychiatrists and psychiatric nurse practitioners for outpatient mental health clients.
Visit our website to learn more about the many services CPC offers at www.cpcwa.org.
Community Psychiatric Clinic is continuously growing! Come and join our dynamic, hardworking, passionate and caring team of professionals. We are committed to help members of our community to improve and transform their lives, and be able to realize their hopes and dreams.
Our experienced and trained treatment staff work together to further our mission of enhancing the quality of life of our clients. We strive to assure access to all in our community who seek care, serving more than 5,000 clients annually at sites throughout greater Seattle and King County.
Our multi-disciplinary clinical staff includes licensed mental health professionals, case managers, residential staff, therapists, chemical dependency professionals, clinical management, psychiatric nurses, nurse practitioners, and psychiatrists. Our service delivery team also includes peer support and parent support staff who play a key role in supporting clients towards recovery, all backed by a full administrative staff of accountants, reception, property management, quality improvement, and other office support positions.
We look for energetic, compassionate people committed to supporting the mission of our organization. Staff can expect a fast-paced, challenging and team-oriented environment.
Come join our amazing team!
With recent significant improvements in our clinical wage scales, CPC is offering very competitive compensation and an excellent benefits package that includes:
Life Insurance, excellent Medical and Dental coverage, 403(b) Retirement Plan with match, Short/Long term Disability Insurance, 3 weeks of vacation (increasing to 4), 2 weeks paid Sick Leave, Medical Leave, Section 125 Flexible Spending Account and 11 paid Holidays.
* Full-time/Part-time employees (Regular Part-time working 21 hours or more will be benefit eligible).
We also offer an exceptional Annual Training Program.
For more details about our Benefits Package, please visit our website: http://www.cpcwa.org/careers.html
I have been working at Community Psychiatric Clinic full-time (More than 5 years)
CPC is now truly an enjoyable place to work. It is wonderful to have a dedicated
and hands-on CEO who, along with the Leadership Team, has really turned CPC around and created a warm, supportive and collaborative work environment. In addition, the pay increased, the benefits improved, there are opportunities to advance, and staff smile more. CPC is better. What a difference leadership makes.
Culture changes take some time but things are hugely improved from the polarizing environment it previously was.
I applied online. I interviewed at Community Psychiatric Clinic (Seattle, WA) in January 2014.
Nothing. I came in to a 1:1 interview. He looked at my resume, explained the job, told me how much I would be paid. Told me to get finger printed and TB tested. The end.
No negotiations. It all felt very "take it or leave it"
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