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Careers

At South Bay Community Services, our clinicians are more than employees; they are members of our team and our family. They are people who understand that making a difference sometimes means doing things a little differently. That’s why we pioneered community-based care. Through our outreach program, South Bay has touched the lives of thousands of families and individuals since 1986, reaching many who would not otherwise receive care.

The Challenges Our Consumers Face Are Complex

Our clinicians support these individuals and families by helping keep the intricate pieces of their lives together through flexible scheduling and relationship-based treatment.

Our goal is to encourage and guide those we serve toward self-sufficiency and wellness, and outreach in natural settings has proven more effective in treatment. The opportunity to meet in familiar surroundings puts our consumers at ease while allowing clinicians to experience consumers’ environment firsthand. It takes a special kind of person to go this extra mile to help others, and our team is full of them. With so many people in need of South Bay’s help, we’re always looking for team members who share this passion and dedication.

Have Confidence Knowing Your Career Path Is Clear

We are looking to hire talented and dedicated clinicians to serve our communities. South Bay will provide the training and resources necessary for you to develop new skills and pursue professional goals. We hire those who believe in hard work, commitment to our consumers, and express the creativity and innovation to approach challenges from different perspectives. Each year, we set goals for our team members to help keep track of performance and ensure individual growth through a transparent career path. While adjustments are made on an individual basis, below is the typical career path for success at South Bay.

Year 1

  • Receive clinical job training (i.e. New Hire Training Program, Mentor Program)
  • Integration into clinic team (site-specific)
  • Develop diagnostic, analytical and service delivery skills through training and treatment provision
  • Receive Clinical and Licensure Supervision
  • Receive clinical and licensure supervision (if applicable or meets licensure qualifications) and/or begin portfolio for Early Childhood Certification
  • Identify/Develop area of specialty for clinical treatment provision
  • By end of year one:
    • Qualify for Mentor Program Training
    • Qualify for Series Training Participation

Year 2

  • Continue to deliver clinical services to consumers and families
  • Continue to receive clinical and licensure supervision (if applicable or meets licensure qualifications)
  • Continue Mentor Program participation
  • Identify/Develop area of specialty for clinical treatment provision
  • By end of year two:
    • Qualify for training and promotion to Clinical Supervisor or Team Leader role
    • Apply/Obtain licensure and/or achieve Early Childhood certification

Year 3

  • Continue to deliver clinical services to consumers and families
  • Continue Supervisor/Team Leader career track
  • Provide training to clinicians through various presentation opportunities
  • By end of year three:
    • Apply/Obtain licensure (if applicable or meets licensure qualifications)

Year 4

  • Continue to provide clinical services to consumers and families
  • By end of year four:
    • Qualify for training and promotion to management track

Year 5 and thereafter

  • Continue to provide clinical services to consumers and families
  • Clinic Supervisor or Team Leader
  • Clinic Director
  • Regional Director
  • Senior Operations Director or Program/Division Director
Our Onboarding Process Is A Proven Success

Whether this is your first job or you are a seasoned clinician, we believe the onboarding process is an integral step in your success at South Bay. In the first 90 days of employment, new hires are provided with specialized training and abundant support to ensure success. All clinical new hires are paired with a direct supervisor and a mentor. Through regularly scheduled meetings and supervision, new hires learn the essential skills to grow their career here at South Bay.

New Hire Training Program

Our New Hire Training Program offers individual and group training sessions during the 90-day introductory period. These training sessions are designed to promote successful clinical treatment and service delivery. Topics include clinical fundamentals, evidence-based treatment interventions and more.

Mentoring Program

Our Mentoring Program provides guidance and support to help new team members function more effectively and grow professionally. Through South Bay’s organized and well-developed program, trained mentors assist new employees with personal and professional development to help in building awareness of the culture of the community, team and company. In addition to providing important on-the-job training for new employees, mentors offer ongoing guidance and support to foster professional respect and collaboration among team members. These relationships go beyond the new hire introductory period for additional team support throughout your South Bay career.

In-Service Training

We offer many opportunities for ongoing professional development through bi-monthly, CEU approved, In-Service Trainings ranging in clinical topics. In addition, we offer consistent team-based applicable training presentations, annual competency trainings, Multiple-Session Series Trainings and skill based trainings such as CPR/First Aid.

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The Benefits At South Bay Are Better Than Ever


  • Competitive Compensation
  • Mileage Stipend
  • Licensure Assistance and Clinical Supervision
  • Health Benefits
  • Paid Time Off
  • Electronic Health Record (EHR)
  • In-Service Training and Career Development
  • Training Reimbursement
  • Professional Liability Insurance
  • Strong Team Environment
  • Flexible Schedules for Clinical Staff
  • Career Advancement
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CARF Accreditation

Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities is one of the premier accreditation services in the mental health industry. Achieving accreditation requires a service provider to commit to quality improvement, focus on the unique needs of each person the provider serves, and monitor the results of services.