Current Job Opportunities
​Please email resume and salary expectations to the Human Resources Department at:
hrdept@newhorizonsmentalhealth.org


>>>New Horizons Employment Application (PDF)


What we can provide to you:

  • Robust Benefits package - Medical/Dental/Vision, Life and Disability Insurance, Generous 403-b retirement match, EAP services
  • Paid Leave, Paid Holidays, Paid Professional Leave
  • Flexible Work Schedules, Accessible Supervisors in a Team-Oriented Workplace
  • Assistance with Loan Repayments - We are an approved NHSC site with loan forgiveness for Independently Licensed Clinicians      available. Eligible Federal Non-Profit Student Loan Forgiveness (PSLF)
  • Licensure Exam Reimbursement and Quality Clinical Supervision towards Licensure
  • Paid Liability Insurance Coverage
  • Select Positions Eligible for Sign-On Bonus

We are an equal opportunity service provider and employer.


Director of Marketing and Community Relations: this position is responsible for increasing the visibility of the agency in the community and for building and maintaining relationships with stakeholders that will advance the agency’s strategic goals. We are a growing mental health agency committed to quality care and improving the health and well-being of our communities. Responsibilities include: developing brand, marketing and communication strategies; writing content for newsletters, press releases, agency website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and other social media outlets; developing social media and email marketing campaigns; promoting the agency by featuring programs, community involvement, and news on social media platforms; building relationships with local media and community partners; public presentations to community organizations; communications with municipalities within the agency’s region; referring donor prospects, business contacts and community groups to appropriate program management for follow-up as needed; coordinating and marketing fundraising events; photography of agency events and functions; other duties as assigned. Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Marketing, Public Relations, Journalism or related field; prior experience in marketing and outreach required, preferably in a non-profit setting; must possess outstanding communication skills (oral and written); ability to work independently and in team settings; excellent attention to detail, including proofreading; computer literate with knowledge of applicable software; must be able to develop trust, build rapport with community partners, and represent the agency in a positive manner at all times.

Grant Writer/Researcher: this position is responsible for collecting and researching data, seeking out possible Request for Proposals (RFPs) and grant opportunities to increase agency financial and program resources. Full-time or Part-time opportunity. We are a growing mental health agency committed to quality care and improving the health and well-being of our communities. Responsibilities include: writing and coordinating the agency’s response to specific RFPs and attend RFP informational meetings; development and maintenance of research materials; preparation of summary narrative reports, graphs, tables, charts and illustrations; preparing manuscripts for publication and reporting; summarize study results and prepare presentations and reports; other duties as assigned. Bachelor’s degree in journalism, public administration or related field; grant writing certification preferred; prefer prior experience with: non-profit organization grant writing and/or marketing, working with State & Federal Government programs and compliance issues, research and professional writing; excellent written communication & social skills; computer literate with a working knowledge of applicable software; ability to maintain confidential agency information.


Billing Coordinator: A full-time opportunity to oversee staff and operations within our billing departments located at our Pickerington and Lancaster offices. Responsibilities include: Overseeing the preparation of medical bills and invoices, the calculation of provider charges, and verification of patient insurance. Maintaining insurance documents and contracts. Overseeing the submission of claim reports and filing procedures. ensuring billing operations are performed in an accurate and timely manner. Evaluating billing processes and procedures and assisting management in developing revisions. Monitoring the revenue cycle activities and resolving any issues. Needs to be familiar with CPT Coding Systems as well as claim forms. Experience in medical billing or related field required; experience with behavioral health billing and claims preferred.


Juvenile Detention Center Therapist: Part-Time opportunity (20 hours/week) with responsibilities that include clinical interventions: assessing youth who are on suicide watches or new youth that come into the Multi County Juvenile Detention Center facility, providing youth with therapeutic support and education, conducting educational groups with youth, participating in clinical supervision, consulting with detention center staff and providing education and training to detention center officers. Minimum of a Master's Degree in Counseling, Social Work, Psychology or closely related field, minimum of two (2) years experience in a community mental health or closely related field preferred. Licensure required (LSW/LISW/PC/PCC/MFT). Must be comfortable with children in a detention center setting, ability to function as a treatment team member, be highly motivated and self-directed. Must also have the ability to work cooperatively with multiple child-serving systems and to be sensitive to the cultural needs of each child and family.


Youth Crisis Clinician: $1500 SIGN-ON BONUS! A full-time opportunity with responsibilities that include providing emergency mental health assessments, primarily for children (some adults). This position will respond to crisis with youth in the community, at school, at their homes or at the hospital ER, providing services and resources in Fairfield County. Will work closely with schools, juvenile court, child protective services, and other providers. Clinical license required (LSW/LISW/PC/PCC/MFT), Master's degree preferred.


Child Community Psychiatric Supportive Treatment (CPST) Case Manager: Full-Time opportunity with responsibilities that include direct case management services for children and their families; coordinating care and after care planning; providing & assisting in crisis intervention and stabilization; offering advocacy services; facilitating group therapy; providing clients with assistance in daily living. Completing all appropriate service documentation and case management planning. This position works with children and their families, bringing a knowledge of community resources; an understanding of family dynamics and family preservation principles; as well as an ability to exhibit and convey respect, warmth, caring and a sense of hopefulness with a sensitivity to the cultural needs of each child and family. Licensure Required - LSW/LISW/PC/PCC/MFT. Minimum of Bachelor's Degree in Social Work, Psychology or closely related field. Minimum 2 years experience in community mental health or closely related service field preferred. Ohio driver license and proof of automobile liability insurance (minimum $100,000) required.


Certified Medical Assistant (CMA): Full-time opportunity with responsibilities that include coordinating with nurses and physicians regarding assisting in patient care including phone calls and messages, completing medication orders, obtaining vital signs, maintaining physician schedules, administration of clinical documentation, and scheduling clients’ next visits. Work hours are day shift, Mon - Fri. High School Degree and Medical Assistant Certification required. Experience in a medical setting desired, mental health field preferred. Must be self-directed, flexible and highly motivated and able to work with a team approach. Must also be sensitive and attentive to the cultural needs of each client and family.


Home-Based Therapist:  Full-time opportunity with responsibilities that include providing individual and family psychotherapy for children and their families, prioritizing high risk families in Fairfield County, performing clinical diagnostic and assessment functions, developing and maintaining Individual Service Plans.Clinical License required (LSW/LISW/PC/PCC/MFT). Minimum of a Master's Degree in Counseling, Social Work, Psychology or closely related field & minimum two (2) years of experience in community mental health or closely related field strongly preferred. Candidate must be highly motivated and self-directed, able to function as a treatment team member, comfortable working with children & families in a home setting. Position offers smaller caseloads, intensive services, flexible work hours, work from home opportunities & attainable bonus opportunities.


Full-Time Outpatient Therapist: A Full-Time Opportunity with responsibilities that include providing psychotherapy for adults, children and their families, performing clinical diagnostic and assessment functions and implementing Individual Service Plans. A Master's Degree in Counseling, Social Work, Psychology or closely related field and a minimum of (2) years psychotherapy and/or administrative experience required. Licensure (LSW, LISW, LPC, LPCC, MFT) is also required. Therapist must be self-directed and highly motivated and able to work with a team approach. Must also be sensitive and attentive to the cultural needs of each client and family.


Full-time School Based Signs of Suicide (SOS) Therapist: This Full-time opportunity will be presenting to students and conducting assessments in Fairfield County school districts. This is an independent, non-caseload carrying position with flexible hours during the school year. Agency laptop and cell phone will be provided. Work hours when schools are out of session during holidays and summer months are flexible as agreed upon with supervisor. Clinical Licensure required (LSW/LISW/PC/PCC/MFT), Master's degree preferred. Position requires the ability to work cooperatively within the school setting; to be self-directed, dependable, organized and possess good communication skills; to be sensitive and attentive to the cultural needs of each student and family.


Crisis Intervention Specialist: $1500 SIGN-ON BONUS! Full-Time, Part-Time and On-Call Crisis Intervention Specialist opportunities for a growing mental health agency committed to quality care.Responsibilities include providing face-to-face emergency services to adults, adolescents and children, including prescreens for hospitalization, crisis stabilization planning and implementation, on site at Fairfield Medical Center ED. Full-time Position: offers 12 hour shifts daytime/evening, Mon - Fri.

On Call Night Shifts: offers generous on call rate with premium wage for hours called in to provide services, flexible scheduling.

On Call Weekend Shifts: offers flat rate for on call hours with premium wage for hours called in to provide services. Clinical License required (LSW/LISW/PC/PCC/MFT). Must work well in crisis situations and convey respect, warmth and hope, be highly organized and sensitive to the cultural needs of each client and family.


Independently Licensed Child and Family Therapist: This full-time opportunity will be working at our Pickerington location. Responsibilities include providing psychotherapy for children and their families, performing clinical diagnostic and assessment functions and implementing Individual Service Plans. A Master's Degree in Counseling, Social Work, Psychology or closely related field and a minimum of (3) years psychotherapy and/or administrative experience required. A licensure at an independent level is also required. Therapist must be self-directed and highly motivated and able to work with a team approach. Must also be sensitive and attentive to the cultural needs of each client and family. 


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health care and effective community partnerships.