WARSAW — Bowen Center is actively hiring during this extraordinary time. With unemployment numbers released this week jumping to an all-time high, the Center is pleased to be adding staff. In adapting to the current crisis, candidates are interviewed via video conference. The company has also moved all its on-boarding and orientation training online.
On Monday, Bowen Center began providing all patient services via phone to protect patients and staff as its employees work from home. The non-profit Community Mental Health Center, the largest in the state serving 27 counties, had the infrastructure in place to quickly adapt to this circumstance due to proactive measures it has instituted over the last two years to build a reliable system that guards against any disruption of services for its patients. Employees are provided everything required to carry out their duties including devices and internet hotspots. These measures have allowed the company to increase capacity and most importantly serve its patients without interruption.
With more than 100 positions open at this time, Bowen Center is looking for skills coaches and technicians (case managers) who provide life and behavioral skills training and support along with therapists, IT technicians, nurses and more. VisitCareers.BowenCenter.org for job listings and to apply.