Adult & Teen Challenge MidSouth (ATCM) is a Christ-centered, residential recovery program for men and women, 18-50, with life-controlling addictions. A study of program graduates shows a recidivism rate that is one-sixth the national average. The difference is a relationship with Jesus Christ they never knew was possible.
Are you searching for something more than just a “job”? Do you believe that God has something greater for you than just drawing a paycheck? Do you want to see your life making a difference in the lives of those bound by addictions? Do you want to experience a self-rewarding career and work with a dynamic and dedicated Team? If so, we may have just the position for you.
Adult & Teen Challenge is not a job – it is a ministry – and we are looking for a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) who knows they have a call of God on their lives. The LPC at ATCM has the opportunity to see lives changed, set free from the bondage of addiction, and transformed into world changers.
Job Type: Full-time, in person
Pay: From $60,000 – $65,000 a year
- 401(k) matching
- Paid time off
- 8-hour shift, 8a – 4p
- Monday through Friday
1108 W 33 rd Street
Chattanooga, TN 37410
- Clinical counseling: 5 years (Preferred)
- Supervisory: 3 years (Preferred)
- Substance abuse treatment: 2 years (Preferred)
- LPC-MHSP licensed in the state of Tennessee
This position reports directly to the President and is responsible for leading the counseling portion of the residential recovery program. The LPC provides direct supervision to two Directors who each supervise an Assistant Director with 5-6 Student Advisors, Student Mentors, and Life Coaches. All members of the above organization reporting to the LPC are unlicensed but have a high degree of experience working with substance abuse.
Under minimal supervision the LPC provides oversight and administration of a wide range of psychosocial/diagnostic evaluations and assessments, counseling therapy, crisis intervention and case management services in a high-intensity clinical environment which requires a high degree of independent decision making and program administration. The LPC leads and trains lower level staff and interns engaged in related therapeutic participant care activities, as appropriate to the individual position. Training may also include program participants. The LPC will also assist and consult in the development of ongoing program material and structure.