Workforce Assisting New Treatment Center with Job Recruitment

Syracuse Behavioral Healthcare (SBH) Recruiting New Employees in Broome County

New Treatment Center to open at former Broome Developmental Center
(BINGHAMTON, NY) Broome-Tioga Workforce announced today that it is working with Syracuse Behavioral Healthcare to recruit new employees for SBH’s substance use treatment center in Broome County.
The facility will be located at the former Broome Developmental Center, Building One, on Glenwood Road in the Town of Dickinson. SBH services will include inpatient withdrawal and stabilization services.
Positions available in Broome County include jobs in nursing, counseling, administrative, admissions, maintenance and more. Among the positions SBH will be looking to fill include: Doctors, Service Director, Clinical Director, Nurse Practitioner, Physician Assistant, Counselor, RN, LPN, Receptionist, Property Maintenance Worker and others.
SBH offers a comprehensive employee benefits package and professional development opportunities including training and scholarship programs.
An information session for prospective employees will be held on Thursday, Jan. 18 at the The Koffman Southern Tier Incubator from 6:00-7:30 p.m. Interested job seekers can learn more about the positions available and resumes will be accepted.
The following week, on Thursday, January 25 from 3:00-7:00 p.m., Broome-Tioga Workforce will be holding a Career Fair at the Jeffrey P. Kraham Broome County Library on Court St., Binghamton. Syracuse Behavioral Healthcare will be participating along with other local healthcare employers and organizations. SBH will be accepting resumes and conducting on-site interviews.
In December, the Broome County Legislature approved $2.7 million in state funding from OASAS that will be provided to Syracuse Behavioral Healthcare for this project.
SBH is one of New York State’s most comprehensive and clinically progressive substance use and mental health disorders service providers. Founded in 1920, the agency has successfully grown over the years and now employs over 350 people. Syracuse Behavioral Healthcare currently has facilities in Syracuse and Rochester.

01/08/2018 - 1:09pm