Careers at Peninsula Behavioral Health
Live in a small town. Make a big impact.
Peninsula Behavioral Health is a rural Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic that provides patient-centered care with a multi-disciplinary team approach. We are growing and looking for new staff at a variety of experience levels.
We value each and every employee that works with us. PBH proudly provides robust staff training and career development opportunities. In 2020, we brought EMDR and Motivational Interviewing training onsite.
Peninsula Behavioral Health is proud to offer the following competitive employee benefits package to all full-time staff:
- Medical, dental, and vision health coverage
- 403(b) retirement plan
- Paid holidays, floating holidays, and sick leave
- Two million-dollar professional liability coverage
- Group life insurance
- Employer-paid registration/licensure
- Long-term disability insurance
- Voluntary supplemental insurance
- Washington state industrial insurance
- Generous education / leave allowance
- Employee assistance program
- Employee wellness program
- Graduated vacation leave starting at twelve days/year
Part-time staff authorized to work at least 20 hours per week receive partial employee benefits.
Our compensation strategy is benchmarked to a survey conducted by the Washington Community Mental Health Council. Additionally, we monitor what other agencies in our community and surrounding areas pay for similar positions. We evaluate our compensation and employee benefit package annually to ensure we are offering our staff competitive compensation and benefits packages.
Contact Human Resources:
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Student loan repayment
PBH maintains site approval to participate in loan repayment programs for licensed clinicians in eligible disciplines through both the Washington Student Achievement Council (WSAC) and the National Health Service Corps (NHSC). These programs are offered to health professionals working in underserved areas of Washington. PBH is located within a Health Professional Shortage Area.
Peninsula Behavioral Health bases its personnel policies on an underlying philosophy focused upon respect for the dignity and individuality of each employee. Our team of over 150+ employees works hard to provide quality comprehensive behavioral health services to the residents of our community.
We support the community and urge our employees to get involved. Clallam County is truly a unique and beautiful place with a fantastic, tight-knit local community.
We are active within the Washington Community Mental Health Council, which has a strong voice in our state’s capital by educating legislators and administrators and vigorously promoting funding for mental health services.
Despite our growth, our size still enables us to know and greet each other on a first-name basis in the hallways. The doors of supervisors and managers, including the CEO’s, are open to staff. Training is frequently offered on a variety of topics, and all-staff meetings are held quarterly to further promote information-sharing. We promote from within when and where possible.
All full-time staff are asked to participate in our Performance Improvement Process to further strengthen our organization and enhance the quality of our services.
Peninsula Behavioral Health provides ongoing training in behavioral health, substance use treatment and social work topics.
As part of our benefits package, employees are offered an annual education benefit. We are proud to support our team’s development.