Reference #: 5000996265506
1st Shift - no week-ends
Are you looking for an opportunity to advance your career while working with an extraordinary team?
At Merakey, we put heart and soul into everything we do.
We are seeking a Certified Peer Specialist to join our team at our program in Philadelphia, PA.
The certified peer specialist provides direct care to those in recovery of their mental illness. In doing so, they develop recovery goals to assist the individuals in areas that they are in need. Each individual CPS will communicate, document and review cases with supervisors about the clients that they serve, and each CPS will work 1:1 with individuals on service planning and goal completion. Work within the CRR Residential program. Assist clients with completing their WRAP Safety Plan.
To fill out an on-line application:
Requisition number: 87902
Merakey offers medical, dental & vision insurance plans, competitive compensation plans and more!
Cell Phone Discount Plans
Employee Referral Bonuses
Merakey is a non-profit provider of developmental, behavioral health, and education services. More than 8,000 employees provide support to nearly 40,000 individuals and families throughout 12 states across the country each year. Merakey strictly follows a zero-tolerance policy for abuse.
Merakey welcomes all Veterans to apply!
Monday thru Friday 8:30am to 4:30 pm
The ideal candidate will possess the following qualifications:
A minimum High School diploma or GED.
Must be a Certified Peer Specialist having met the qualifications and completed the by the Pennsylvania Certification Board within 6 months of start date
Merakey is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer! We deeply value diversity and do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, ethnic background, sex, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, genetic information, or disability status. Moreover, we are committed to creating teams that reflect the diversity of the communities we serve and encourage applicants from underrepresented backgrounds to apply.