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Employment Opportunities

Turning Point of Tampa is committed to providing high quality, 12-Step-based substance abuse, eating disorder and dual diagnosis programs that are affordable and effective. To accomplish our mission, we employ individuals who have credentials, experience and a commitment to being part of a team, working to ensure the best possible outcomes for our clients and their families.

At Turning Point of Tampa we offer a competitive benefits package. All full-time employment opportunities are eligible for health, dental, vision, life, and both short and long-term disability insurance. We also provide a 401k package and paid vacations.

Turning Point of Tampa is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug-Free Workplace.

Those interested in becoming a part of the Turning Point of Tampa team should submit a resume with a detailed cover letter to hr@www.tpoftampa.com. Resumes submitted WITHOUT a Cover Letter will not be considered.

 

Village Nurse 

As a Village Nurse you will be required to provide staff education, coordinating services of the Medical Director, as well as providing client care, treatments and services as it relates to the clients’ medical needs. Other duties may be assigned as well.

Must have 1 year experience and knowledge of substance abuse and be a graduate of an accredited RN or LPN program with your current State of Florida Nursing License in good standing. Excellent communication skills and the ability to work in a fast-paced environment are essential.

Required experience:  Substance Abuse Disorder: 1 year

Required license or certification:  RN or LPN

 

IOP Therapist

We are currently looking for a full-time outpatient therapist to join our clinical treatment team.  Applicants should possess the appropriate education and licensure to perform duties as a full-time mental health therapist.  These qualifications should include at minimum a bachelor’s degree (preferred MA, LMHC, CAP, or CEDS).  Experience in the 12-Step environment is required, as well as experience working in the chemical dependency and/or eating disorder field.  Applicant should be able to work independently but should also be able to function in the clinical team environment in provision of client care.