Careers

Employment Opportunities
Internship Opportunities

How to Apply

At South Community Inc. we are committed to giving back to our community. One of the many ways we do this is by working in affiliation/partnership with several Colleges and Universities. We place approximately 40-50 Undergraduate and Graduate students, a year, as well as Medical Students, Residents and Fellows.

We have knowledgeable and well trained site supervisors and field placement instructors who truly care about the student they are training. South Community takes pride in giving our students the best possible experience and strives to educate students to be exceptional experts in the field of Mental Health.

This is a winning situation for everyone! Students are able to learn from a well versed/trained staff of professionals who are dedicated to giving the best treatment possible and educate beginning professionals.

Students are great support for staff and bring new ideas for training and treatment which ultimately benefits our most important focus, our consumers.

We offer placements for students in counseling, social work or related fields. If you are a student working toward an associate, bachelor, master or doctorate degree and would like further information, please contact Barbara Crabill, Program Manager of Student Placements at the following e-mail address:

bcrabill@southcommunity.com

Success Stories


My experience in completing my practicum and internship at South Community has been invaluable. When I started in the youth partial hospitalization program, here at South Community, I was immediately immersed in direct client contact. I was given the opportunity to work with a supervisor and team that challenged me to be the best that I could be while providing support with any “bumps” I encountered along the way.

In completing my hours here, I found that I was able to get the full picture of services provided by South Community through leading individual and group therapy sessions, attending family sessions, and participating in appointments with the client’s psychiatrist. Overall I gained experience that has stayed with me as I have transitioned into a full-time position her at South Community.


Being an intern at South Community has prepared me in so many ways towards becoming successful and an integral part of the mental health field! I am so thankful and grateful for the skills, knowledge, valuable lessons, as well as opportunities that South Community has afforded me.

The entire team from Administration to Staff make you feel welcomed and appreciated! I especially love the continued emphasis of hope from the team members that you are instilling into clients day in and day out. Leaving my internship with South Community I am a better all-around person and feel prepared both personally as well as professionally to continue my journey as counselor/therapist!


I am a recent graduate of the Master’s in Social Work program at The Ohio State University. I was introduced to South Community in 2012 through an internship requirement for my Master’s program. As a student at South Community, I was able to work with providers in many different programs including outpatient therapy, supported employment and the treatment foster care program. However, I spent the majority of my placement as an intern therapist. As an intern therapist, I was given the opportunity to work with students and families through South Community’s school based program. While a part of this program, I completed Diagnostic Assessments, individual and group therapy, family sessions, coordination and linkages for community resources, and cooperation with school staff and teachers.

I gained experience counseling and advocating for families from many different backgrounds and family structures. I was able to continue developing and utilizing skills including helping clients and families adjust after trauma, loss and grief, substance use, behavior modification, depression, anxiety, self-esteem, CSB/custody issues, and other challenges.

I was supported by another South Community therapist in the school program as well as a great program director. I was very pleased with my internship experience. At the completion of my time as a student at South Community, I had a year left in my program at Ohio State. Throughout the remainder of my education program I continued to remember the professional development provided through my internship. The experiences gained from working with South Community’s caring, committed, and hard working employees stuck with me. Upon graduation, I applied for an adult/youth therapist position and was eager to return to this great agency. I was accepted and am now a full-time employee!

I have and continue to highly recommend South Community to students interested in learning, developing, and applying advanced skills in mental health and addiction treatment at an agency making strides to improve the quality of life for so many people.

How to Apply

With a multi-disciplinary professional staff of over 150, South Community provides numerous clinical and professional career opportunities. South Community invests in staff development by providing a number of training opportunities throughout the year.

We offer full-time, part-time and temporary positions and provide an excellent benefit package. The qualifications vary, depending on the type of position.

Listed below are the current available positions. If you are responding to a position by email, be sure to put the POSITION TITLE in the subject line of the email.

Submit current resume to:

Human Resources Department
South Community Inc.
3095 Kettering Boulevard
Dayton, Ohio 45439
hr@southcommunity.com

Current Positions

TFC Direct Service Team Leader Categories: Other
School-Based Mental Health Therapist - DPS HIGH SCHOOLS Categories: Behavioral Health
Caring for Kids Therapists Categories: Behavioral Health
School Based Mental Health Therapist - KETTERING Categories: Behavioral Health
School based Mental Health Therapist - HUBER HEIGHTS Categories: Behavioral Health
Caring for Kids Team Leader Categories: Behavioral Health
Psychiatric Nurse Categories: Behavioral Health
School Based Mental-Health Therapist Categories: Behavioral Health
Youth Care Specialist Categories: Behavioral Health
Children Matter Program – Child Advocate (Wraparound Facilitator) Categories: Behavioral Health
School Based Therapists Categories: Behavioral Health
Program Manager, Dayton Public Schools Categories: Behavioral Health
Intake Therapist Categories: Behavioral Health
Training Coordinator (20 hours) Categories: Other
Transitional CSS Categories: Behavioral Health
Support Staff Categories: Behavioral Health
School Based Mental-Health Therapist Float Categories: Behavioral Health
Support Staff (PT) Categories: Other
School Based Mental Health Therapist-EATON Categories: Behavioral Health
Huber Heights School ED Classroom Therapist Categories: Behavioral Health
LIFE Therapist (2) Categories: Behavioral Health
Psychiatrists Adult and Youth Categories: Behavioral Health
Outpatient Therapist - Adult (3) Categories: Behavioral Health
Psychiatric Services (prescribers) Categories: Behavioral Health
Adult Care Specialist (2) Categories: Behavioral Health
Medical Services Nurse Categories: Behavioral Health



We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package. If you would like to work with dynamic, independent thinkers and are not afraid of working hard to become part of our growing success, then we want to hear from you. Due to the expected volume of applicants, we will be unable to take or return telephone inquiries about the positions available.


 

We currently work with the following universities, to place students:

Capital University
Cedarville University
Kent State University
Sinclair Community College
The Ohio State University
University of Cincinnati
University of Dayton
University of Toledo
Wright State University
Wright State University
Xavier University
Central State University