Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health (C&A) was named the #1 best non-profit to work for in Canton, Ohio by Zippia.com. A full time employee at C&A is eligible for the following benefits: Medical insurance, dental insurance, 401K, flexible hours, annual seniority increases and paid vacation. Additionally, clinicians have the opportunity for monthly bonus opportunities and tuition reimbursements.


Therapists Opportunities

Clinical Therapist

Stark, Wayne & Holmes Counties

Now more than ever, mental and behavioral health care for kids is needed in our community. Child & Adolescent Behavioral Health is looking to meet the growing demands by hiring full-time clinical therapists.


  • In addition to conducting Individual and Family Therapy, duties and opportunities may include conducting Diagnostic/Comprehensive Assessments and Mental Health Consultation & Prevention.
  • Positions may be school-based, office-based and/or community-based, but likely to include services in each of these settings, including client homes.
  • Populations served may range from early childhood to transition-aged adolescent and young adults with a wide range of diagnoses and presenting problems.
  • Flexibility to work after school and evenings (some evening hours are required to accommodate family schedules and ensure family involvement in services), and possibly Saturdays.

An amazing clinical position providing Multi-Systemic Therapy (MST) is available servicing clients in Stark County Ohio. Multi-Systemic Therapy is a researched and evidenced based therapy that’s been proven to be effective in changing the behaviors and lives of youth and their families. For more information related to research and outcomes visit mstservices.com

Along with achieving positive outcomes with your clients there are many other great aspects to being an MST therapist:

  • Flexible/Non-traditional schedule to meet your needs and your clients needs
  • Therapists carry low case loads of 4-6 clients to allow for flexibility and increased attention to families

Additional Career Opportunities

Early Childhood Prevention Specialist

Diagnostic assessor

Psychiatric Mental Health - Nurse Practitioner

  • The Early Childhood Mental Health/Prevention Specialist provides supportive interventions, consultation, and AoD prevention groups for young children (ages 0 - 12), early childcare staff, and families in participating service programs throughout Stark County. The ECMH/Prevention Specialist has the responsibility of maintaining uniformly high-quality service to ensure maximum benefits to program participants. The individual must have strong communication skills with both children and adults, enjoy helping others, be organized, energetic, innovative and enthusiastic, maintain a family-oriented advocacy role, and be able to work both independently and as part of a team. A commitment to the philosophy and practice of resiliency and the capacity to build developmentally appropriate and supportive environments are expected.
  • Duties include conducting Diagnostic/Comprehensive Mental Health Assessments; will likely be based at Belden Office, must be willing to fill in as needed at the Plain, Alliance, and/or Shipley Offices.


  • Individual must be willing to complete Assessments two (2) evenings per week until 8:00 p.m., on Fridays, and must be willing to be mobile to meet client needs if requested (e.g. Assessing at schools). Some assessments may be completed via telehealth if requested by clients.

Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health (C&A) is looking for a team member in our Psychiatric Department to join our psychiatrists, PMHNPs, RN, and support staff in providing family friendly psychiatric services to our clients.  C&A provides a supportive, flexible, and excellent learning/work environment in addition to superior benefits for our staff.  Job duties include:


  • Provide evaluation and management services, including psychopharmacology and psychotherapeutic services for children and adolescents with serious mental health concerns including assessment, crisis intervention, assistance with linkage and referral, behavioral intervention, parenting and medication education.

Assistant Fund Developer/
Eventes Coordinator

Case Manager

Case Manager Supervisor

  • Assist in planning and implementation of all internal and external special events, specifically annual fundraiser.
  • Support the execution of event-related strategic plans and activities, as well as work with Chief Advancement Office (CAO) to establish policies, procedures and event standards.
  • Work with CAO to establish event schedules, timelines and priorities.
  • Learn and update Event Management Software in a timely manner.
  • Establish a strong working level of comfort with Event Management Software for Annual Event—inputting donations, sponsorships, guests, attendees, bidders, using online bidding night of, understanding and running check out process, etc.
  • Work with Marketing Coordinator to coordinate coverage of outreach opportunities, and manage tabletop displays and promotional item distribution.
  • Manage event estimates, contracts and reservations for all internal and external events.
  • Serve as liaison between C&A and event vendors and order necessary supplies for MA department events and marketing campaigns.
  • Work with CAO to provide direct oversight for all events set up – coordination of staff, materials, sequence, logistics, etc. and assist as needed.
  • Conduct market research, gather information and negotiate contracts prior to selecting vendors.
  • Propose ideas to improve provided services and event quality and conduct pre- and post- event evaluations and report outcomes.
  • Secure donations, gift certificates and raffle items for fundraisers and various needs of agency programs.
  • Identify and create new events to help raise C&A’s profile within the community and create strategies to increase attendance at events.
  • Ensure that all check requests have been submitted by dates of all events and other financial documents submitted in a timely manner.
  • Prepare Chair and CAO for fundraising meetings as well as record and distribute all minutes from fundraising meetings.
  • Cultivate relationships with business contacts, friends and agency supporters.
  • Assist with sponsorship research and drafting of agency sponsorship applications when necessary.
  • Meet once a week or as needed with CAO.

Job Duties
• Provide home, school, and community-based CM billable and non-billable
interventions and services.
• Provide individual and family based parenting and behavioral intervention and
support, along with social, emotional, and developmentally appropriate skill
• Assess individual needs and link, coordinate, advocate, and assist with
community-based resources as needed to stabilize and meet service goals and

  • Provide clinical and administrative supervision to one or all the following populations: Early Childhood, School-Age, or Transitional Case Managers.
  • Assure that supervisees complete and submit required documentation within expected timeframes; assure that clinical records for self and supervisees are accurate and complete.
  • Complete Performance Evaluations following agency protocols.
  • Establish and maintain expertise related to evidence-based practices (EBPs); promote the use of EBPs and evidence-informed/best practices by C&A staff.
  • Participate in Quality Improvement activities which benefit clients, staff, and C&A.  Run Quality Assurance groups as requested.  Orient new staff to C&A as requested.
  • Participate on Clinical Supervisors’ Team, Leadership Council, and other agency Panels as requested.
  • Conduct and provide billable services to meet minimum established productivity expectations.  May provide diagnostic assessments and/or billable services as needed.
  • Other duties as assigned.


Skills and Experience


  • Supervisory and organizational skills; written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to work effectively with other professionals and different disciplines.
  • Must possess skills to conceptualize client/system needs and recommend appropriate services. Training and experience that is “trauma-informed” required.
  • Background/knowledge of programs pertaining to the specific populations served is valuable.
  • Previous experience working as a Case Manager is preferred.  Supervisory experience is valuable.

Payroll and Accounts Clerk

Peer Advocate

Recruitment and Retention Specialist

Full-Time position in the finance/accounting department.  Process payroll for 140+ employees with multiple pay systems and incentive structures.  Process weekly Accounts Payable functions.  Other general accounting duties as assigned.    Fast-paced environment requires strong organization skills and ability to process quickly, accurately, and efficiently.  Must work equally well independently and as part of a team with flexibility to handle multiple functions. Must have a flexible schedule to meet deadlines.


  • High school diploma or equivalent and prefer college level accounting courses.
  • Abila MIP Accounting software experience preferred.
  • ADP software system knowledge and experience preferred.
  • Documented accounting training or three years’ experience in payroll or bookkeeping position.
  • Understanding of accounting principles and internal controls.
  • Strong computer skills, especially Excel, and ability to quickly learn internal software systems.
  • Intermediate level mathematical skills.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills and strong interpersonal skills.

Provide positive peer role modeling, emotional support, and life skills to youth and young adults with mental, emotional, and/or behavioral challenges in our community.


Ideal candidate is a young adult who has been a past recipient of services in the child-serving system (mental health, foster care, juvenile justice).  Must have desire and ability to serve as a positive role model and mentor to youth in need of direction and support. Candidate must have a valid driver’s license, auto insurance and use of personal vehicle.  Peer certification preferred, or you will be required to attend trainings to become a certified peer.



A successful Recruitment and Retention Specialist will work with the HR and Marketing Departments to fill job openings. The responsibilities of a recruiter include designing job descriptions, sourcing candidates through databases and social media, and keeping team abreast of candidate’s status in the process. In addition to recruitment needs, the specialist will implement and generate strategies to maintain existing staff.

A successful recruiter has excellent interpersonal skills and is organized and detail oriented. A good recruiter can assess candidates' skills, experience and relevant knowledge and compare them to job requirements.


  • Developing and formatting job descriptions.
  • Attracting suitable candidates through databases, online employment forums, social media, etc.
  • Creating advertisements and running ads on multiple social media platforms.
  • Creating and dispersing recruitment materials.
  • Generating unique and genuine retention strategies to help maintain existing staff.
  • Researching advertising opportunities and working concurrently with the Mission Advancement Department to create successful campaigns.
  • Tracking ad spends and boosted/sponsored job posts and submitting timely Purchase Requisitions.
  • Sorting through applicants to fill open positions.
  • Promoting the company's reputation and desirability as the perfect employment opportunity.
  • Managing Handshake and creating new relationships with universities.
  • Attending job fairs and creating in-house job fairs.
  • Maintaining and sharing updated application grid with recruitment team.
  • Advancing the company’s vision, mission and guiding principles.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Apply for a Position. Fill out Contact Form or send resume to careers@childandadolescent.org

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