You can view all of our current job listings at https://careofsem.applicantpool.com/jobs/.
Our work is rooted in our values of respect, empathy, integrity, resilience, diversity and inclusion, and collaboration.
We are committed to fostering, cultivating, and preserving a culture of diversity and inclusion where lived experience is valued. We encourage people that are in recovery or have lived experience regarding mental health, substance use, or past legal challenges to apply. We welcome and encourage prospective candidates from all backgrounds including race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion/faith, and other backgrounds to apply. We are committed to ensuring that all people are welcome at CARE and strive for our staff to reflect the communities we serve.
A little of two years ago I joined the team at Care of Southeastern Michigan. Throughout this time the organization and wonderful work we do each day have challenged me to grow as a professional and personally. As a person who has seen addiction impact people near and dear being able to drive communities to create solutions of their own has been not only rewarding but extremely purposeful in my own journey. I am so thankful!
- Work Life Balance
- 37.5 Hour Work Week
- Business Casual Dress Code
- 10 Paid Annual Holidays
- Competitive Benefits
- Flexible Work Hours (with approval)
- Generous Paid Time Off
Equal Opportunity Employer
CARE of Southeastern Michigan is committed to equal employment opportunity. We will not discriminate against employees or applicants for employment on any legally recognized basis [“protected class”] including, but not limited to: veteran status, uniform service member status, race, color, religion, sex, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, genetic information, and that of their family members as well or any other protected class under federal, state, or local law.
Americans with Disabilities Act
CARE of Southeastern Michigan is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to qualified individuals with disabilities. This may include providing reasonable accommodation where appropriate in order for an otherwise qualified individual to perform the essential functions of the job.
“I honestly could have never imagined that some of the toughest life experiences I ever had would someday be used in ways to not only heal myself but gives others hope and healing even beyond my own personal recovery. I have never had a place like CARE invest in my well-being and professional skill set. I can honestly say this model would change the world if all places of employment followed what CARE does. CARE truly does care about making a difference in people’s lives and the least I could do is give you my 110% each day to show you that gratitude.”
– Tommy Kraus, Peer Recovery Coach
Shalynn R: The Reason I Want to Be A Social Worker
CARE helped me to find a huge part of who I am. I love everything that I do with them, and I can’t wait to have a career where I get to do that sort of thing every day. That is the reason that I want to be a social worker.