Carroll County Youth Service Bureau (CCYSB) is an outpatient behavioral health clinic-serving people of all ages who present with a continuum of mental health and/or substance use concerns. CCYSB is located in Westminster, MD and has been in operation since 1972. We are committed to cultural competence, and dedicated to excellence in service, innovation in programming, and responsiveness to our community.
To apply for a position at CCYSB, please send your cover letter/resume to:
Joanne Krantz, Human Resources Assistant at firstname.lastname@example.org or
59 Kate Wagner Road, Westminster, MD 21157.
Below is a current list of employment opportunities within our organization:
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner (25-40 hrs/week)
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner to provide evaluation and medication management for psychiatric needs to all-age patients who are currently receiving mental health and/or substance use treatment in our clinic. CCYSB is an established outpatient provider in the community and has a full continuum of services to include outpatient, community-based, and evidence-based programs. CCYSB values integrity to care and a multi-disciplinary approach in the care of our clients. Prefer some experience with children and adolescents.
Major and Planned Giving Manager (20 hrs/week)
As the Major and Planned Giving Manager, reporting to the Development and Marketing Director, and performing a wide-range of duties including but not limited to:
Qualified candidates will have a B.S. or B.A. degree and at least 5 years experience.
Psychologist (10 hrs/week)
The Carroll County Children’s SMART Clinic is seeking a licensed psychologist to work with children ages 0-8 in a growing early childhood clinic based at the Carroll County Youth Service Bureau. The position will require specific expertise in early childhood development and behavioral health including diagnoses and assessment. Specific responsibilities will include:
Qualified candidates must be licensed; experienced with assessment and treatment of range of disorders specific to young children; and experience with autism spectrum disorder diagnosis.