Job Opportunities

Meta House is a leader in addiction treatment for women and has won many awards for their vision and their accomplishments during the last fifty years. Listed below are the current job opportunities available at Meta House.

“Meta House offers a transformative environment that brings together resilient women devoted to overcoming addiction and a dedicated team of compassionate and collaborative professionals committed to improving the lives of women and families.” -Valerie P. Vidal, Meta House President and CEO

If you are interested in applying for a position, please send your resume and a cover letter to Bill Gollmar, Vice President of Operations, at bgollmar@metahouse.org. Include the position you are applying for in the subject line of the email. Meta House is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Remember to check back with us as our job needs change from time to time.

The Associate Therapist is responsible for supporting Therapists’ outpatient clients, co-facilitation of groups and support for all outpatient grants. Full description here.

The Child & Family Therapist provides all child and family related clinical services to children and families in all levels of care as assigned, including Residential, Outpatient and Housing. Read the full description here.

The Quality Assurance Specialist works collaboratively with the Director of Quality Improvement (“DQI”) and with all program staff to ensure the quality of services Meta House clients receive. Read the full description here.

The Therapist is responsible for the assessment, education and treatment of clients experience substance use disorders. Read the full description here

The Recovery Community Coordinator ensures the effective management of the Recovery Housing Program. The Coordinator is directly responsible for the logistical aspects of Recovery Housing apartments as well as the needs of members. Full description here

The Live-In Peer Specialist provides hope and encouragement to participants in the Meta House Recovery Housing program. The Live-In Peer Specialist is expected to live on-site, and an apartment will be provided as part of the employee’s compensation. Full description here

The Residential Support Specialist (RSS) provides a safe and organized environment for residential treatment by supervising the clients and maintaining the daily schedule. Read the full description here