Current Career Opportunities


Medical Records Specialist I

Job purpose: Provides assistance to the Medical Records Department.

Full job description: Medical Records Specialist I


Respite Staff

Job purpose: Provides supportive services to consumers in a therapeutic residential setting as well as participants of the Clallam County Respite Center (CCRC) in compliance with all applicable Washington Laws, the established program objectives, and treatment goals of each individual being served.

Full job description: Respite Staff


Peer Support Specialist

Job purpose: Provides supportive and educational activities that promote daily living skill development, socialization, recovery, self-advocacy, development of natural supports, post-crisis supports, and enhancement of community living skills. These activities are provided individually or in group settings. Many services are delivered in community-based settings away from mental health center sites. Services are provided by people who are recovering from a mental illness themselves.

Full job description: Peer Support Specialist


Intake Clinician

Job purpose: The Intake Clinician conducts clinical assessments with clients seeking services at PBH. In addition, the Intake clinician assists the Access Coordinator with the development and implementation of policies and protocols to assure timely and appropriate client access to clinical services and maintains appropriate connections with referral sources throughout the community.

Full job description: Intake Clinician


Mental Health Therapist

Job purpose: Provides clinical assessments, crisis intervention, case management and psychotherapy to adults in consultation with a multidisciplinary team. Manage a caseload of adult clients and provide services in accordance with funding guidelines and requirements.

Full job description: Mental Health Therapist


Children’s Mental Health Therapist

Job purpose: To provide therapy services for children and adolescents in collaboration with the agency partners, parents, or guardians caring for them. This position would be a member of a core team providing voluntary wraparound services to families with high acuity needs. To improve the operations of Peninsula Behavioral Health (PBH) in support of its mission. To provide the highest level of customer service to internal and external customers.

Full job description: Children’s Mental Health Therapist


Youth Peer Support

Job purpose: To provide therapy services for children and adolescents in collaboration with the agency partners, parents, or guardians caring for them. This position would be a member of a core team providing voluntary wraparound services to families with high acuity needs. To improve the operations of Peninsula Behavioral Health (PBH) in support of its mission. To provide the highest level of customer service to internal and external customers.

Full job description: Youth Peer Support


Parent Peer Support

Job purpose: To support parents of children and youth that have serious emotional disturbance in identifying goals that promote recovery and resiliency. To improve the operations of Peninsula Behavioral Health (PBH) in support of its stated mission. To provide the highest level of customer service to internal and external customers. Partner with parents, providers and the system in advocating for parents of children with complex behavioral and emotional challenges. Provide peer support to parents with Care Teams and assist them in building a network of support. Empower families by assisting in skill-building and instilling hope. To demonstrate recovery and serve as an ambassador providing guidance and advocacy to child and family service systems.

Full job description: Parent Peer Support


Designated Crisis Responder

Job purpose: Responds to crisis/emergency situations. Provides mobile crisis intervention, clinical assessments, and stabilization services to adults, children, and families. Provides involuntary treatment services according to RCW 71.05, 71.34, and 70.96B (Involuntary Treatment Act).

Full job description: Designated Crisis Responder


Equal Opportunity

Peninsula Behavioral Health (PBH) is an equal opportunity employer. No person will be discriminated against for selection or continued employment and advancement because of age, sex, sexual orientation, religion, marital status, creed, race, color, national origin, veteran's status, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability, or for any other reason prohibited by applicable law.

  • Factors which are generally considered in the selection of employees include, but are not limited to, the following: character, skills, professional competencies, educational level, potential, and experience for position sought.
  • Persons who are married, become married, or live in cohabitation with another employee--or who are a parent, child, or brother/sister of another employee--are not generally eligible for employment in a position--or assignment in the same department, program area, or facility--where the workplace relationship could result in a supervisory, safety, security, or morale condition that may be unacceptable to the organization or to co-workers.
  • There is a potential conflict of interest in hiring current clients. That conflict is between the clinical relationship and the employee relationship. Therefore, PBH will not hire current clients except in program areas where potential conflicts of interest have been resolved, as determined by the Employer. Similarly, former clients of PBH will be considered for employment only if the Executive Director determines that such employment would not constitute a conflict of interest or present confidentiality concerns.

How to Apply

Candidates must submit an application, cover letter, and resume. These items may be submitted electronically, via U.S. Postal Service or in-person (drop off at the front desk).

Application Form

Click here to download the application form.

To submit electronically: Complete the application form, attach resume and cover letter, and send via email to: employment@peninsulabehavioral.org

To submit via post or in-person: Complete application form, print and sign; mail or deliver in an envelope containing application, resume, and cover letter.

Mailing Address:
Peninsula Behavioral Health
Attention: Human Resources
118 E. Eighth Street, Port Angeles, WA 98362

  • Upon receipt of your application materials, HR will forward a copy to the hiring supervisor for screening and follow-up action, as appropriate.
  • Because of the volume of resumes that we receive, we are unable to respond to all applicants. You will be contacted if you are selected for an interview. If you have submitted application materials and you have not heard from us within six to eight weeks, it is unlikely that we have selected you for an interview at this time; however, we will retain your application materials for one year and may contact you should a suitable opportunity arise.
  • PBH does not send resume confirmations, nor can we confirm receipt over the phone. To confirm that PBH has received your resume, we recommend that you either attach a read-receipt to your e-mail, or use the return receipt or delivery confirmation services available through the US Post Office with your mailed hard copy.
  • If it is necessary for you to amend or update application materials that you have submitted, please forward new information and changes to: employment@peninsulabehavioral.org.

Professional Credential

Almost every clinical and medical position requires a credential that is issued by Washington State's Department of Health. The required credential is indicated on the job announcement. If you do not currently hold the specified credential, you may obtain an application and fee information on the DOH website.

Please contact DOH if you have questions about any State-issued credential required for a position with our agency. You may contact DOH by e-mail at hsqa.csc@doh.wa.gov or by phone at (360) 236-4700.

Note: DOH has changed their application process and there is no longer a need to wait for a job offer before applying for the Agency Affiliated Counselor credential. You may ignore the Employment Verification form that is included in the application packet, and start the credentialing process before submitting your application to us.

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Port Angeles, WA 98362
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