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 firstname.lastname@example.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 Outpatient Therapist is responsible for the assessment, education, and treatment of clients experiencing substance use disorders. Read the full description here.
The Human Resources & Operations Manager is responsible for developing and executing Meta House’s human resources strategy in support of the organization’s overall mission and strategic direction. This position serves as lead in the areas of talent acquisition and retention, personnel policy development and enforcement, benefits and compensation package design and deployment, workplace disputes and conflict resolution, professional development and training, performance evaluations, succession planning, and organizational equity. Read the full job description here.
The Child Care Teacher is to care for the safety and well-being of infants and children of all ages in a teaching, child-care setting while their mothers attend addiction treatment programming. Full description here.
The Peer Specialist provides hope and encouragement to participants in the various Meta House programs. The Peer Specialist will act as a peer mentor and model to women in recovery to inspire hope, share life experiences and lessons learned as a person in recovery. 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.