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Welcome to the CPC Behavioral Healthcare Career Center! We are always interested in meeting qualified, talented and motivated individuals who could join our tradition of success and quality service.

At CPC Behavioral Healthcare we are firmly committed to providing equal opportunity in all employment practices. We recruit, hire and promote without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, age, physical or mental handicap, amnesty or status as a covered veteran.

12 Career Opportunities at CPC Behavioral Healthcare


CPC Behavioral Healthcare is currently seeking a Healthcare IT Analysis / Application Support to join a growing IT Department. The qualified candidate will be responsible for the development and maintenance of the agency's electronic health record modeled screens. Assist in the design and maintenance of agency reports utilizing Crystal reports and SSRS, assist in the administration of the document imaging system. Working knowledge of Crystal Reports, SSRS, or any Report software, and programming such as scripting/VBA, .NET, C#. Familiar with data warehousing using SQL. Must be detailed oriented, have excellent communication and people skills.

New Posting Utilization Review Coordinator - Eatontown, NJ
Eatontown, NJ07724
CPC Behavioral Healthcare is recruiting for a Utilization Review (UR) Coordinator. The ideal candidate will possess either an LSW/LCSW or an LAC/LPC and have at least 3 years clinical experience and one year as a supervisor/administer who was involved in QM/PI activities in your agency. The position will be split between on site at our administrative office in Eatontown and remote work from home.

CPC Behavioral Healthcare is currently looking to hire a School Accountant to join our team. This individual will work as part of the Accounting department and will be primarily responsible for the accounting for CPC High Point School, a part of the larger CPC organization. High Point school is an Approved Private School for Students with Disabilities (APSSD). Salary will be commensurate with experience.

CPC Behavioral Healthcare is recruiting for a Social Worker/Therapist who will be a member of an interdisciplinary team within an outpatient program that provides individuals the support needed to work toward recovery from mental health and substance use disorders.

CPC Behavioral Healthcare is seeking a Clinician to work in the Addiction Recovery Services Department. The clinician will provide individual, group and family therapy as well as assessment, case management, crisis intervention and other client-based clinical services in a person-centered, trauma-informed, and culturally sensitive manner using evidence-based treatment practices.

CPC Behavioral Healthcare is seeking a Clinician to work in the Aberdeen Addiction Recovery Services Department. The clinician will provide individual, group and family therapy as well as assessment, case management, crisis intervention and other client-based clinical services in a person-centered, trauma-informed and culturally sensitive manner using evidence-based treatment practices.

CPC Behavioral Healthcare is recruiting for a Social Worker/Behavioral Health Navigator who will provide crisis intervention and de-escalation services to children, adults and families in the community.

CPC Behavioral Healthcare is recruiting for a Program Supervisor for its Mobile Response team. Mobile Response provides community-based services which include clinical documentation, crisis intervention and de-escalation services. The Mobile Response worker provides crisis intervention and de-escalation services to clients and families. Mobile Response Worker will review cases with supervisor, formulate diagnosis, assess appropriate treatment and case management interventions and coordinate care. Mobile Response Worker will complete agency and DHS required paperwork in a timely fashion as well as maintain updated records on all clients assigned.

The Bilingual Crisis Intervention Specialist (CIS) will provide crisis intervention and de-escalation services to clients and families; review cases with supervisor, formulate diagnosis, assess appropriate treatment and case management interventions and coordinate care to improve the mental health of the child or adolescent. Complete agency and DHS required paperwork in a timely fashion as well as maintain updated records on all clients assigned.

CPC is hiring a care manager for an exciting new pilot program who will work as a member of a team responsible for coordinating services to and working with SMI consumers and their support network to promote wellness, recovery and productive lives.

CPC Behavioral Healthcare is recruiting for a LCSW or LSW to work in a school-based program in Monmouth County.

The PACT (Program fort Assertive Community Treatment) Clinicians’ goal is to maximize the client’s positive interaction with the environment and to promote and maintain client behavior that contributes to integrated functioning and successful community living. This is done through individual and group treatment modalities. PACT is an evidence-based treatment modality providing therapeutic interventions to adults with significant mental health barriers in a community setting.