We strive to ensure our patients have access to great health care.
We provide a generous benefit program consisting of:
Personal paid time off
7 paid holidays
Professional development (CME time off) and generous stipend
Multiple health insurance plan options with complimentary care benefits
Employer paid short/long term disability (STD/LTD) and life insurance with employee buy-up option
Simple IRA with employer match
Employee wellness program
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Coast Community Health Center is always accepting applications. If you wish to be considered for any future position, please submit your application, resume and cover letter, following the guidelines below.
Completed job applications should include
1) Applicant’s letter of interest
3) Professional references
4) Signed Employment Application Form
Submit application packets to the job specific links below.
Applications must be submitted electronically.
All applications are retained on file for 6 months. Qualified applicants will be contacted as positions are available.
Thank you for your interest in working with us.
Download the CCHC General Employment Application.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
The LCSW position is a direct patient care position addressing mental health needs as a member of a multi-disciplinary team, consisting of a chief medical officer, behavioral health program manager, physicians, FNP’s, RN’s, behavioral health professionals and outreach workers. Patient treatment plans may include physical health, mental health, medication support, crisis management, and substance abuse treatment. The LCSW must have a working knowledge of evidence-based psychosocial treatments for common mental disorders, familiarity with brief, structured intervention techniques (e.g., Motivational Interviewing, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy), and a basic knowledge of psychopharmacology. Experience working with underserved, transient populations and working with patients who have co-occurring mental health, substance abuse, and physical health problems is required. Experience working with safety-net providers within the community and knowledge of community resources.
Substance Use Disorder Counselor – SUDC
The Substance Use Disorder Counselor position addresses mental health needs as a member of a multi-disciplinary team, consisting of a chief medical officer, behavioral health program manager, physicians, FNP’s, RN’s, behavioral health professionals and outreach workers. Patient treatment plans may include physical health, medication assisted treatment, crisis management, and substance abuse treatment. Candidates must have a working knowledge of evidence-based treatments for substance use disorders, familiarity with brief, structured intervention techniques (e.g., Motivational Interviewing, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy), and a basic knowledge of substances of abuse. Experience working with underserved, transient populations and working with patients who have co-occurring, substance abuse, mental health, and physical health problems is required. Experience working with safety-net providers within the community and knowledge of community resources.
The Wellness Coach shall be a core member of the interdisciplinary Patient Centered Primary Care Team providing support to patients and empowering them to engage in their own health. The Wellness Coach will collaborate with the patient, care team, outreach staff, and community partners to ensure opportunities for health prevention and promotion are facilitated and tailored to individuals based on their unique needs.
Community Wellness Liaison
The Community Wellness Liaison (CWL) perform community outreach in response to health care access needs in Southern Coos/Curry Counties. The CWL serves as a central resource for community questions and referrals for both consumers and providers and is responsible for building relationships with community resources, public health, schools, faith community and other service organizations to identify and develop resources and remove barriers to access health and social services.
The Care Coordinator is the primary liaison between patients, medical, behavioral health and outside agencies. The Care Coordinator works with a panel of patients to support medical and social determinant of health needs which may include, arranging transportation for appointments, connecting patients to community resources, providing education, giving appointment reminders and making follow-up calls. The Care Coordinator is part of a larger integrated care team and works collaboratively with a variety of team members.
Contact our administrative office with general inquiries.
541-347-2529 x 119
We participate in state and federal loan repayment programs.
It is our policy to recruit and hire employees without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sexual preference/orientation, disability, presence of a disability, veteran status, citizen status, arrest and court records (unless such records have a substantial relationship to the functions of the job), or any other grounds protected under applicable state and federal laws, regulations, and/or executive order. Employment decisions are made according to the laws and principles of Equal Employment Opportunity.
We support preceptorships for the following health professional careers:
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Licensed Professional Counselor
Certified Medical Assistant
Certified Pharmacy Technician
College student interns are welcome.
Health Care Administration
Health Information Management/Technology
Patient Services Representative
Community Health Worker
High school students interested in job shadow, observation or volunteer opportunities may contact us.
Learn about getting involved on our Volunteer page.