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St. Mary’s Home (dba:  St. Mary’s Home for Boys) is a residential treatment facility with 125 years of exceptional service to Oregon’s underprivileged youth.  Join our team of professional staff and experience the satisfaction of making a difference in the lives of some of Oregon’s most troubled youth.

St. Mary’s offers competitive wages, excellent benefits, including paid health, vision, dental and life insurance, long-term disability insurance, vacation, personal days, 9 paid holidays, a Tax Shelter Plan and a corporate membership in 24 Hour Fitness Centers.

St. Mary’s recognizes the cultural diversity of our clients and families and strive to provide a diverse workforce that is knowledgeable and sensitive to their needs.

St. Mary’s is an Equal Opportunity Employer.




Part-time:  16 hours / week


         – Testing and Interpretation

         – Clinical Supervision

         – Consultations

Position Qualifications & Requirements:  Ph.D. or Psy.D. from an APA accredited school and licensed in the State of Oregon.  Clinical supervision certification. Minimum of two years post-doctorate experience with at-risk youth.  Must possess knowledge of a variety of therapeutic strategies with an emphasis on cognitive behavioral interventions.  Must possess outstanding communication skills, excellent interpersonal and organization skills; Previous experience in a day treatment setting or residential treatment facility working with a diverse clientele preferred.

Competitive salary.  Hired employee must pass FBI & State Criminal History Background checks.

See application procedure below.


THERAPIST – Outpatient Mental Health Program

Qualifications:  Requires Licensure (LPC, LMFT or equivalent) with a Masters Degree in psychology, counseling social work or closely related field.

Responsibilities:  Includes assessments & development of treatment plans; individual, group & family therapy; involvement in MHO billing process.

Experience & Requirements:  Documented experience working with emotionally disturbed clients ages 10-17 with knowledge of trauma informed treatment and interventions.  Must possess knowledge of a variety of intervention strategies with an emphasis on cognitive behavioral.  Experience required with adolescents in similar setting who have presenting problems that include:  ADHD/impulse control issues, attachment issues, conduct problems & mood disorders.  EMDR, Motivational Interviewing and Mindfulness skills preferred.  Working knowledge of sex offender specific modalities also preferred.  Professional and descriptive chart notes reflecting measurable movement toward treatment goals are essential.

Core Schedule:  Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Hired employee must pass State and FBI criminal history background checks.

See application procedure below.



St. Mary’s is actively recruiting for counselors to work with emotionally and behaviorally disturbed boys, ages 10-17, within our Residential Program.  The positions are part of our teams of trained professionals that include Masters-level staff.  Hours will generally be for our second shift (from 2:45 pm to 10:45 pm) with the possibility of some day shifts (from 6:45 am to 2:45 pm).  The 5-day workweek will include weekends.  This fast-paced job requires the ability to make quick, authoritative decisions based on standards and protocols within St. Mary’s environment, providing consistent leadership and quality guidance to the clients.

The Residential Counselor I position requires a BA/BS degree in psychology, sociology or related behavioral science field.  A recent internship or experience with similar clients is preferred.  Requires valid drivers license to transport clients.

Hired employee must pass State and FBI criminal history background checks.

See application procedure below.


Application Procedure:

E-mail your cover letter and resume to;
Call 503-649-5651 for an application or select application (PDF format) to download

Fax cover letter, resume and application to 503-649-7405 or mail your completed application to:

St. Mary’s Home for Boys
16535 SW Tualatin Valley Hwy.
Beaverton, OR 97003-5143

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