Current Behavioral Health Clinicians Positions

Here at Lowell Community Health Center, we are looking for committed and passionate Behavioral Health Clinicians to join our team. Working at Lowell CHC as a Licensed Behavioral Health Clinician, you get the opportunity to make a difference in the community. If this sounds like you, read more about the position below. Browse for open Behavioral Health Clinician positions with a sign-on bonus of up to $5,000.

Working at Lowell CHC

Working as a Licensed Behavioral Health Clinician at Lowell Community Health Center, you will find a career with a purpose. We seek committed, passionate people looking to grow their careers as Licensed Behavioral Health clinicians while making a profound difference in the world.

We believe that healthcare is a fundamental right and are driven by our mission to provide dignified, high-quality, and culturally rooted healthcare for everyone. As part of our dedicated team, you will play an important role in improving the lives of our patients and people throughout the Lowell region as we work together to build healthier communities.

Our employees are our most valuable resource, which is why we invest in our employees’ personal and professional growth and cultivate a supportive workplace that celebrates and rewards our team members. We value personal initiative, passion, and dedication and honor the mission and values of equity and inclusion on which the health center movement was founded 50 years ago.

If you wish to make a difference as a Licensed Behavioral Health Clinician, we invite you to consider joining the Lowell CHC team.

To learn more, please visit our jobs portal for current RN openings and how to apply.

Lowell CHC complies with USDA guidelines as an equal opportunity employer.

Lowell Community Health Center has a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy for all employees. Before starting employment, all new hires must present sufficient documentation that they are fully vaccinated for COVID-19 unless subject to reasonable accommodations for a disability or sincerely held religious belief.