Why Collaborative Solutions?
At Collaborative Solutions we find meaning in working with folks who are seeking mental wellness, and believe that it is a privilege to be a part of their journey. Our team takes pride in knowing that the support we provide has a positive and lasting impact on our residents’ lives. Collaborative Solutions is an equal opportunity employer, is dedicated to social justice initiatives, and welcomes people from all walks of life to work with us. We encourage folks who have a positive attitude, are interested in human services, and are seeking fulfilling work to grow with our team.
Grow with Us & Enjoy
Current Job Openings
FT Registered Nurse – Williamstown
Per Diem Registered Nurse – Williamstown
Per Diem Recovery Support Specialist (Nights) – Westford
FT Recovery Support Specialist (Nights) – Williamstown
Hear From Our Staff
Collaborative Solutions is one of the first companies I’ve worked for that has actually shown the level of care and consideration for its employees that I think most places should strive for. The thoughtfulness they put into their decision making and the strides they make to communicate intention with staff is invaluable. I really feel cared for and involved, and I appreciate the work they do to give staff opportunities to speak up and have their voices heard.
Frequently Asked Questions
Each position is calculated based on our approved salary pay scale which takes into account education (degrees, licenses, certifications) and years of experience in the type of position being applied for. When you have an initial conversation with HR after applying, you will learn the salary range for the position of interest. When we make you a firm job offer, we’ll let you know the firm annual salary and your expected pay for each pay period of two weeks.
Each position has unique qualifications that will be included in job postings. We do require a GED/Diploma for direct care positions and all diplomas/degrees/certifications/licenses must be documented by sending HR a copy of transcripts or applicable documentation.
Absolutely! We take pride in training our staff who are entering into human services at the beginning of their careers. We love to support new grads entering the workforce, second careers for retirees or people changing paths, as well as people who want to see what mental health is all about. If a position requires a number of years of experience on the job posting, then we do need you to meet that qualification.
For our licensing regulations, we conduct background checks to ensure our staff is eligible for working with vulnerable adults. These checks include Criminal History, DMV Driving Record, Adult Protective Services, Child Protective Services, and Medicare Fraud.
Please do! Not all positions require a staff member to drive as part of their job duties.
In Need of Help?
Have a Question?
Chittenden County: 802-488-7777
(Howard Center First Call)
Washington County: 802-229-0591
(Washington County Mental Health Services Screeners)