Why Open Sky?
We’re more than just a workplace. We’re a place where your work matters.
We make a difference in the lives of people every day. Now more than ever, we need to step up and support some of the most vulnerable members of our community. We are confident that while you may start this job out of need, we can help develop your work into a lifelong fulfilling career.
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Gain experience, knowledge and training by starting your career as a Residential Counselor. Search for an opening in your area and a Recruiter will reach out to discuss if it's the right match!
Explore Our Opportunities
Employees on Behavioral Health teams encourage, empower and enhance the lives of youth, young adults, adults, and elders who are diagnosed with a mental illness, behavioral challenges and/or substance use disorders within a residential or home-based setting. Even if you are new to the field, search for a Residential Counselor position in your area. All training is provided!
Whether it be in a residential setting or in the community, our goal is to provide the skills and supports that will enable adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities to lead meaningful and active lives. Residential positions offer non-traditional schedule options, while Supported Housing allows for flexible schedules and an opportunity to work outreach in the community.
Open Sky offers outreach support services to assist both young adults who are aging out of school but need continued supports and older individuals. All members of the Autism Support Services team are highly trained in clinical models and have a passion for working with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Specialists provide outreach and care coordination for homeless individuals – often with co-occurring mental health diagnoses or substance use disorder – and their family members. Across our homeless programs, we provide a range of emergency and long-term services, employment and education support, and mental health and substance use disorder counseling.
Acquired Brain Injury
Teams provide either unique and individualized care services within a group living environment or case management/outreach services for people in the community. Positions offer a great opportunity for anyone interested in a combination of medical and clinical care. Training includes on-site consultations around Positive Behavioral Supports.
Justice Involved employees have the opportunity be on the forefront of an innovative outreach model that aids adults in the successful transition from incarceration into the community. Navigators forge connections with resources such as housing, access to education or work, counseling services and transportation. Peer positions draw from their own experience to use their stories of success to empower others.
Use your advanced degree in a position that will help your community! There are a variety of clinical positions with pathways available for those looking to advance their clinical career with a licensure. Clinical teams are always on the cutting edge of new evidence-based treatment models!
Nursing positions are a great way to learn about a variety of diagnoses outside of an office setting. Make a difference for those we serve and help them live beyond and see beyond perceived limiations by joining our nursing team.
Support and Admin roles work in full collaboration with all agency employees to reinforce and strengthen programs, providing tools needed to maintain the highest possible level of care for every individual served in the agency.