Careers 2018-04-26T22:53:33+00:00


Job Openings

To apply, send your resume with a cover letter to:

  • Via E-mail –
  • Via Fax – 215-382-4934
  • Via Mail – TSS, The Consortium, Inc. 3751 Island Ave, 3rd Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19153

Updated March 12th, 2018


Mental Health Professional (LCSW)

Completes assessments, treatment plans, progress notes, discharges and other clinical and administrative

documents in accordance with agency standards, manage care and licensing requirements. Provide crisis management in consultation with supervisor, psychiatrists and/or treatment team as required. Attends and participate in scheduled case conferences and staff meetings. Make referrals to other Consortium services, outside agencies and support networks.  Qualifications: Master’s degree in Social Services with four years related services. Experience working with individuals with co-occurring disorders (MH/MR or MH/DA). Must have LCSW, Child Abuse and PA Criminal History clearances required.


Recovery Facilitator

Guide recovering people in the independent use of community supports and resources. Facilitates the completion of recovery plans that are individualized, strength-based and recovery focused based upon the participants; hopes, dreams and aspirations. Be a mentor, skill builder and educator to individuals in concurrence with their recovery plans. Assists individuals in acquiring the knowledge, skills and strategies to identify, choose, reach and keep their life goals. Qualifications:Bachelor’s degree and at least two years of mental health H direct care and/or working in a recovery oriented setting experience preferred. Demonstrate interest in ability to work with diverse populations and cultural backgrounds. Must become certified in Psychosocial Rehabilitation within specified time frame and maintain certification. Valid driver’s license and acceptable driving record and current CPR and First Aid certification required. FBI, Child Abuse and PA Criminal History clearances required.


Intensive Case Manager

Evaluates chronically mentally ill children needs and determines or refers them to appropriate resources. Complete the registration process for DBH referrals and all necessary documentation within the required timeframe. Identifies community resources and facilitates linkages with psychiatric, social, vocational, medical, housing, recreational, recreational, and forensic and drug/alcohol systems for the coordination of services to meet the individual and family needs. Qualifications:Bachelor’s degree required in Social Work, Human Services, Counseling or Psychology. Two years of MH direct care experience preferred, valid driver’s license and a vehicle is required. FBI, Child Abuse and PA Criminal History clearances are required.

Receptionist (FT and PT-Evening)

Under limited supervision, perform various support tasks light administrative work for the department to include answering the main switchboard, greeting clients and visitors, registration of clients, take referrals, schedule appointments, light typing (as needed), maintain updates for the department directory and other duties as related to the overall enhancement of the program. Qualifications: High school graduate, three years experience operating a switchboard and customer services. Possess some knowledge of Microsoft Office, type 20-25 wpm, good proof reading skills and excellent organizational skills. FBI, Child Abuse and PA Criminal History clearances are required.



Provide custodial services and minor repairs to assigned site(s). Assist with the sanitation control and check safety hazards. Performs various custodial duties including mopping, waxing floors, cleaning baseboards and emptying trash. Maintains custodial equipment and recommends repairs to Operations Manager as needed. Qualifications: High school diploma, 2-5 years experience working within a custodial position, able to work independently, good organizational and people skills. FBI, Child Abuse and PA Criminal History clearances are required.


Counselor II

Responsible for development and implementation of all therapeutic strategies in accordance with the Family   based model, providing guidance and structure to actively support the child and/or families with achieving their treatment plan goals. The Counselor II will work closely with program manager to assist with family treatment and review cases for prevention and intervention of a crisis nature. Also assist families in caring for deaf or hard of hearing children or adolescents with emotional problems. Qualifications: Master’s degree in Human Services, three years of experience working with children/adults in a therapeutic setting, strong analytical and problem solving skills required. Valid driver’s license, FBI, Child Abuse and PA Criminal History clearances required.


Psychiatrists (PT)

Provide direct psychiatric services including comprehensive evaluation, diagnosis, medication management and treatment planning for patients with co- occurring psychiatric and substance use disorders. The candidate must be licensed to prescribe medications in PA and meet eligibility as a Medicare and Magellan Participant. Qualifications: MD or DO Degree; Board Certified/Eligible, Liability Insurance according to regulations, and DEA Certification. FBI, Child Abuse and PA Criminal History clearances required.


Addictions Counselor

Provides drug and alcohol treatment and case management services to adults presenting with an addiction and/or co-occurring diagnosis problems. Provides individual and group counseling services to assigned individuals on a daily basis. Attends and participates in case conferences. Assists individual’s need for   methadone dose and adjustment with member; communicates the outcome to nurses or physicians as  needed. Qualifications:Bachelor’s degree in an accepted discipline from an accredited two-year college or university; and two years paid related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.  Relevant Master’s degree preferred. FBI, Child Abuse and PA Criminal History clearances required.

Intake Generalist

Will determine the level of care and make s referrals for treatment based on procedures defined by State, County, Manage Care and Agency requirements. To include the collection and documentation of initial demographic and clinical information from consumers, families, and agencies to determine appropriateness of referral on a needed basis. Assigns new admissions to group and individual counselor. Completes and processes all administrative forms related to assessment procedure including clinical, DAS’s, termination/transfer, CIS and Releases of Information forms. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited program in an area of Human Services, two years of direct care experience in mental health or addictions, intake background highly preferred, must be familiar with ICD-10 and DSM-5 categories. Possess great organizational skills, ability to work independent, excellent grammar, spelling and composition, FBI, Child Abuse and PA Criminal History clearances required.


To prepare and dispense Methadone for treatment of opiates addiction and to provide nursing services to the methadone unit. Revises and update daily methadone dispensing records, provides nursing support to  physician by assisting with physical examinations and charts all pertinent information processed by the nursing department. Qualifications: Licensure in the Commonwealth of PA. Three to five years of clinical experience to include; dispensing medication within a substance abuse environment. Knowledge of standards for treatment with methadone and must be able to multi-tasks in a fast pace environment.


Mental Health Assistant

Provides supportive services to individuals living in a residential setting; teaches and monitors independent living skills needed to accomplish goals tailored with the individual’s input. Monitors and document  residents with self-medicating practices; assists residents according to their individual medication service plan  Completes all required paper work, including daily progress notes, room checks, medication logs and other documentation as assigned. Qualifications:Bachelors degree with two years related experience and/or training training is required for this position and excellent people skills; resolution orientated. Valid driver’s license and acceptable driving record and current CPR and First Aid certification required. FBI, Child Abuse and PA  Criminal History clearances required.


Supports Coordinator

This position will facilitate individual plan development, locate providers, coordinate and monitor the provision of services and supports per individual support plans, with the ultimate goal of a successful integration of the individual into the community. Perform consistent contact with the individuals and family, identify individual needs; vocational, social, emotional, psychological, residential, cultural, legal and environmental, using a person-centered process. Maintain accurate services notes in HCSIS as required to meet Agency, Local, State and Federal mandates. Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree from a four-year accredited college or university which includes or is supplemented by at least 12 college credits in Sociology, Social Welfare, Psychology, Gerontology, Criminal Justice, or other related Social Science. At least one year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience required. FBI clearance, Child Abuse and PA Criminal History clearance required. Valid Driver’s License as position also includes some local travel.

Quality Coordinator

Provides administrative/clerical assistance within the program. Ensure compliance with Federal, State, Local and Agency requirements. Oversees the scheduling of psychological reports, tracks when completed and distributes appropriately. Reviews files for intakes, transfers and discharges. Qualifications: High School diploma and some college or business school preferred. Data Entry skills, Provide Attention to Detail, Ability to work well with others, Organizational skills and able to work in a busy and changing environment. FBI, Child Abuse and PA Criminal History clearances required.

Administrative Assistant

Will complete various administrative support tasks to include; taking referrals, registration of clients and collection, input and maintenance of information, and schedule appointments for the program. Office receptionist, answering phones, responding to staff and callers to provide information and assistance when possible. Maintain and complete expense reports for fiscal purposes. Qualifications: High School diploma and 3-5 years administrative experience excellent grammar, spelling and composition skills. Proficient in Microsoft Office (WORD, Excel, Access, and Power Point), Excellent telephone and data entry skills. FBI, Child Abuse and PA Criminal History clearances required.