EMPLOYMENT

EMPLOYMENT

Seneca Health Services is community founded and community invested. After 45 years, our passion for helping those with substance use or mental health conditions is still going strong. At Seneca Health Services, we have a wide range of professionals who are passionate about helping our patients through substance use or mental health treatment. If you are interested in joining our team, please view the open job listings below.

Location:

Seneca Health Services has locations throughout Southeastern West Virginia, one of the most beautiful and pristine regions east of the Mississippi River. There are many resources available to obtain an ideal and active work/life balance. From this “best-kept secret,” you can easily access nearly all of the East Coast’s major metropolitan areas.

Some points of interest and activities available within the Seneca footprint are:

  • Summersville Lake
  • The world-class Greenbrier Resort and Casino
  • The Greenbrier Classic PGA Golf Tournament
  • Snowshoe Mountain (skiing and snowboarding in the winter and hiking and relaxation in the summer)
  • Two of “America’s Coolest Small Towns” (Fayetteville, WV, and Lewisburg, WV)
  • The New and Gauley Rivers (whitewater rafting)
  • Hiking and snowshoeing in the Monongahela National Forest
  • Hiking and biking the 70-mile Greenbrier River Trail
  • Quaint mountain culture and West Virginia’s greatest natural resource: it’s incredible, kind and genuine residents

Seneca Academy:

Seneca Academy is the training and professional development division at Seneca Health Services. Seneca is certified by the West Virginia Board of Social Workers, The West Virginia Board of Registered Nurses and the West Virginia Board of Addiction and Prevention Professionals as a continuing education provider.

Contact Amy LeRose at aelerose@shsinc.org for more information.

Benefits:

Eligible employees can enroll in one of several health plans offered by Seneca, all of which include a prescription drug plan. The health coverage is with Public Employees Insurance Agency (PEIA) and administered by UMR. The prescription benefits are administered by Caremark.

For more information, visit PEIA’s website at www.peia.wv.gov

Eligible employees may elect dental and vision coverage. Benefit Assistance Corporation administers the plan. There is a $50 deductible for basic and major dental services and the plan pays a set percentage or dollar amount for covered services.

Term Life and Accidental Death & Dismemberment (AD&D) Insurance:

Seneca pays 100 percent of the premium for eligible employees. The benefit amount is 200 percent of the covered employee’s salary up to a maximum of $200,000 plus $10,000. Coverage for a spouse is $5,000 and $1,000 for dependent children.

Optional Life Insurance:

Eligible employees may elect additional life insurance at their own expense. Benefit amounts available for employees up to $500,000. For spouse amounts available are $5,000, $10,000, $15,000, $20,000 or $40,000 and for dependent children amounts available are $2,000, $4,000, $7,500, $10,000 or $15,000.

Long Term Disability (LTD):

Seneca pays 100 percent of the premium. The benefit amount is 60 percent of monthly pay subject to a maximum of $5,000/month with a qualifying period of 180 days.

403(B) Retirement Plan

Seneca contributes 5 percent of an eligible employee’s monthly gross pay, less any overtime pay. Employees may contribute a percentage of pay through payroll deduction on a pre-tax basis or Roth (after-tax) deferral in accordance with IRS and/or ERISA provisions. Participants are fully vested.

Section 125 and Supplemental Insurance

Section 125 Premium Only Plan allows employees to pay for health and other insurance premiums before-tax dollars. Supplemental coverage for cancer, heart disease, accident and short-term disability available through AFLAC.

Leave

Seneca provides generous leave benefits, including paid time off (PTO), holidays and bereavement leave.

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WE CAN HELP YOU.

Everybody is different. We personalize our patients’ care so that they receive effective treatment, no more and no less than what is needed.

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