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(509) 619-0519

​​​Recovery and Wellness Center

of Eastern Washington

1950 Keene Road, Bldg. G

Richland, WA  99352

(509) 619-0519 (phone)

(888) 482-2725 (fax)

What Our Employees Are Saying About Their Job!


"This job is a wonderful opportunity for the professional who values a team approach to treatment and making a positive impact on the under served population who suffer from eating disorders in Eastern Washington.  If your approach is in CBT, DBT and Mindfulness you would love this work!  Each group brings a unique experience to the clinician and affords space for creativity in providing these interventions."


​"I love being part of a clinically sound, healthy and fun team!  I believe Recovery and Wellness Center creates a culture of health which translates to healing for our clients."


"I love that we are a team strong enough to lean on each other for support.  That we are able to bounce ideas off each other and come up with a plan for the client's good.  I have a heart for kid's that walk through our door.  It amazes me every single time to see their growth from start to finish as they learn their coping and communication skills."

"As a new addition to RWC, I feel so welcome and supported as I settle in.  It didn't take more than a day for me to feel like a true member of this team.  I love how this team comes together to brainstorm solutions and quickly implement new ideas.  RWC greatly values the importance of each discipline and empowers us to be leaders in our field.  I love it here!"


"Working as part of a treatment team is amazing!  Having access to the team allows me to get feedback about what works and what doesn't work with each client ensuring the best treatment to support their recovery."



Job Type: Part-Time working into Full-Time 

Title: Administrative and Marketing Assistant

This role acts as the first point of contact within the Recovery & Wellness Center of Eastern Washington for the general public and requires exceptional interpersonal skills across a wide range of disciplines.

Oversee and coordinate patient daily admission and attendance records
Complete administrative projects as directed by site staff
Order and maintain supplies
Update and replenishes stock of patient handbooks
Assist in orientation and directing of new patients (works in conjunction with Clinical Supervisor)
Assists in communication between disciplines as indicated through phone, computer, verbal, and written means
Organize and maintain file systems
Oversight of outgoing and incoming mail correspondence, including e-mail and faxes.
Answers phones and directs calls to appropriate extensions as needed
Maintain organization and cleanliness of the reception, workrooms, and other common areas
Inputting New Patient information into system, scheduling
Understanding of computer stations/network, practice management system,  Copier/ Facsimile/Scanning, and phone system in order to proficiently utilize/operate, provide common simple site trouble shooting, answer staff FAQ’s regarding systems/programs and provide training as necessary, and manage copier/phone maintenance requests
Assist departments as assigned (Facilities, Housekeeping, Marketing)
Onsite coordination for meetings, tours, and room availability
Oversight of visitors entering unit, including signed confidentiality statement, vendor badge (if needed), and informing appropriate staff of arrival
Present administrative and marketing updates during staff meetings
Assist with creating and distributing marketing materials (including but not limited to; monthly mailings, distribution of program information to other area clinics)
Comfortable in networking with other clinics; providers, therapists, dieticians, marketing professionals
Represent Recovery and Wellness Center of Eastern Washington including but not limited to; tradeshow/conference booths, distributing marketing materials, luncheons

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

At least 4 years of  relative experience in an administrative setting (mental health/clinical preferred)
Some experience working with mentally ill populations preferred
Experienced in marketing preferred but not required however, this position will include marketing so the candidate must be comfortable networking
Advanced computer knowledge with Microsoft Suite including Outlook, Word, Excel, and Power Point.

Employment Type: Part-Time working into Full-Time

Job Type: Admin/Marketing - Clerical
Experience: At least 4 year(s).  Clinical experience preferred but not required
Pay: Hourly $11-$15 (depending on qualifications and/or experience)

Please submit your cover letter and resume to  

Now Hiring!  Join Our Team and Help Make a Difference in Our Community!

Recovery and Wellness Center is a Treatment Center located in Kennewick, WA. We offer Intensive Outpatient Programs for adults struggling with eating disorders and adults and adolescents struggling with anxiety and depression (as well as other mental health illnesses). Our team members establish a cohesive treatment approach with the goal of guiding our clients toward recovery. Our team approach helps us all learn from each other and assists in our ongoing professional development.

Job Type: Part-Time working into Full-Time 

Title: Clinical Therapist Eating Disorder Program

Required Education: Master's Degree 

Licensed MFT, LMHC, LCSW, PhD, or PsyD or Intern with 1000+ hours of experience. Experienced, or the strong desire to learn and work with, patients recovering from eating disorders and associated comorbidities. Training in evidence-based treatments. Must be able to respond well to a rapid yet fluctuating interdependent work environment, have strong organizational skills, and be able to work well within a multidisciplinary team. Candidate must possess strong communication skills, both written and verbal.

Job Description: Experience working with eating disorders preferred but not required.  Perform intake assessments, psychosocial assessments, diagnosis, treatment and crisis intervention of members with psychiatric disorders. Develops and coordinates a clinical treatment plan for assigned clients, presents weekly progress and struggles during treatment team, and develops appropriate discharge planning. Consults with other professional providers, as part of a multidisciplinary team, to provide appropriate treatment for the patient. Provide weekly individual sessions, group counseling, education and meetings as assigned. Charts member’s treatment and progress in accordance with state regulations and department procedures and facilitate ancillary services/community referrals. Interprets psychiatric treatment to appropriate supports and helps to reduce fear and other attitudes obstructing acceptance of psychiatric care and continuation of treatment. Maintain regular contact with families, outside clinicians, referring parties, and report safety concerns to mandated reporting agencies. Participate in in-service training and individual/group supervision meeting and any other duties as assigned by the Clinical Supervisor.

Compensation:  Depending on Experience

Please submit your cover letter and resume to