Employees and/or potential employees of PLEA are treated fairly and equitably. It is the policy of PLEA to adhere to state and federal laws requiring equal employment opportunities that are not discriminatory in employment practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status or any other characteristics protected by law.
PLEA puts a premium on hiring staff that demonstrates the values necessary to provide a positive-effective partnership with the families and individuals served in each of the programs. To meet these criteria, PLEA looks for staff that is first and foremost pleasant and caring and has the expertise to fulfill the job. Throughout the many programs, PLEA employs individuals in professional, support and administrative positions. Below is a current listing of current opportunities.
PLEA Employment Opportunities
School Based Partial Program
PLEA is currently looking to fill open positions in the School Based Partial Hospital Program. There are various positions available across the program. All come with full time hours and medical/dental/vision benefits. Interested parties should contact Aaron Libman at 412-243-3464 or via email at [email protected].
Child Care Providers
Part time, in-home care for children with developmental, emotional and/or behavioral disorders. Flexible hours. Training provided. Experience with children and reliable car required. For consideration, please forward a copy of your resume, along with a completed Application for Employment to [email protected].
Compeer Volunteers Needed
Compeer is looking for caring, community volunteers to spend a minimum of 4 hours a month for one year to a person in recovery from a mental health difficulty. Community volunteers are matched in one-to-one friendships with adults currently in mental health treatment. Matches spend quality time doing community-based activities to encourage positive recovery. Matches are professionally supported and monitored to promote skill and self-esteem growth. Adult mentor/client relationships help reduce the stigma surrounding mental illness, and increase awareness of people with mental health challenges. For further information, please contact Gretchen Kelly at 412-243-3464 or [email protected].