Currently recruiting for the following positions:
- Credentialing and Billing Specialist- Job Announcement
- Job Announcement -Child Support Worker TREK Fort O
- Job Announcement- Full Time Kaleidoscope Chickamauga
- Quality Assurance Specialist- Job Announcement
- Care Coordinator – Gilmer, Fannin, Pickens, Union, Towns
- Care Coordinator -Bartow, Cherokee, and Floyd
- Care Coordinator -Habersham Lumpkin Hall
- Care Coordinator -Paulding Carroll, Coweta, Heard, Troup
- Care Coordinator -Region One All Counties
- Case Management- Kaleidoscope Chickamauga
- Residential Coordinator-Case Management Supervisor
- Customer Service Rep. and Intake – FOPC
- Job Announcement: Clinician, Trenton Outpatient Clinic
- Accounts Payable: Business Office
- Child Support Worker: TREK Cartersville
- Child and Family Specialist: APEX Dade, Chattooga, and Walker
- Child Support Worker: TREK Athens
- Client Support Worker (Full Time): Kaleidoscope Summerville
- Case Management: TREK Fort Oglethorpe
- Peer Supports Team: Recovery Services
- Case Manager: Kaleidoscope North Case Management
- Nurse Practitioner
- Licensed Practical Nurse: Magnolia CLA Kaleidoscope IDD Program
- Licensed Practical Nurse: Outpatient Clinics
- Customer Service/Intake Representative: Fort Oglethorpe Outpatient Clinic
- Licensed/Licensed Eligible Clinician: APEX Chattooga/Dade Counties
- Client Support Staff: Kaleidoscope Chickamauga/Summerville IDD Program
- Client Support Staff: Kaleidoscope Magnolia CLA IDD Program
- Substance Abuse Counselor
- Behavioral Health Counselor
- Certified Addictions Counselor II (CACII)
- Resource Developer/Child Support Worker:TREK (Cartersville Location)
- Child Services Worker:TREK (Forsyth Location)
- Vehicle Operator: Walker/Chattooga Counties
Applying for Positions
To apply for position with Lookout Mountain Community Services an application must be completed. A resume may be submitted, but does not take the place of the application.
Your job application is often an employer’s first impression of you. It’s your first opportunity to “sell” your skills and background. So think of the application as your doorway to a job interview and keep in mind that, in your absence, your application is you. Is it neat, accurate, and easily read? Is it complete? What does it say about your work, skills, and ability to follow instructions? Will it screen you in … or out?
The employment application is “sacred” to the agency and will become part of your personnel file IF you are hired. It is important to complete it legibly and completely. Your resume and cover letter will not take the place of completing a job application form. It’s a key factor for making a good first impression.
Tips on Filling out the Application
- Use black or blue pen and print the application neatly.
- Do not leave blank spaces. If a questions does not pertain to you, write “N/A” in the space. This indicates that you read the question and did not overlook it.
- Know specific jobs that you are seeking. Applications that say, “anything” may be discarded.
- Always be completely honest on the application. Misrepresenting yourself can result in being fired later.
- Give descriptions of duties at former jobs, not just job titles.
- When giving an address and/or phone number, make sure it is the one where you can be reached for several months.
- Always list your jobs in reverse chronological order. Know addresses, telephone numbers, supervisors’ names, and dates of employment.
- A resume may be attached, but always complete the application. PLEASE DO NOT SAY “SEE RESUME.”
- Sign and date the application.
- Keep a copy of your completed application – if contacted for an interview, you will need to take a copy of your application with you along with two letters of professional reference. Copying service is not available at Lookout Mountain Community Services.
Be sure the references you have listed on your application can be contacted and are willing to provide a reference for you. If you leave a number for a reference that cannot be reached, you may forfeit a job opportunity. Two professional work references are required prior to an offer of employment. You may also want to attach two work references to your application. Written work references must be on letterhead, signed by the person giving the reference, and dated.
Contact the Human Resources Department for more information at 706.638.5580 extension 4114.
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
Lookout Mountain Community Services participates in E-Verify, an electronic employment verification program operated by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in partnership with the Social Security Administration (SSA), to verify the employment eligibility of newly hired employees.
E-Verify® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
No Initial Appointments Needed. Walk-Ins welcome at the following outpatient sites.
- Fort Oglethorpe O/P Clinic
- Between 8:30 am to 1:00 pm, Mon-Friday
- LaFayette O/P Clinic
- Between 8:30 am to 1:00 pm, Tues, Wed, & Thurs.
- Summerville O/P Clinic
- Between 8:30 am to 1:00 pm, Mon-Fri.
- Trenton O/P Clinic
- Between 8:30 am to 1:00 pm, Mon-Fri.
Staff Quick Links
Below is a quick resource for LMCS staff.
Employment: 706.638.5580 Ext 4114
Clinical Q&A: 706.638.5580 Ext 4151
Business Q&A: 706.638.5580 Ext 4135
Executive Director: 706.638.5584
Individual Complaints: 844.815.8233
GA Crisis & Access Line: 800.715.4225