If you are someone interested in positively impacting the lives of the people in your community, South Peninsula Behavioral Health Services may be the place for you!

We are always looking for talented, dedicated people that are committed to transforming the lives of the people we serve. Current openings are listed below.

Available Positions

Development Director

Development Director The Development Director will be responsible for Fundraising, donations, grant writing,  online and print communication, community relations and volunteer coordination. Required Education and Experience: Associates degree or equivalent education, training, or experience. Experience in fundraising, grant writing and donor development. Excellent verbal and written communication skills including social media. Experience in public speaking and presentation. Organizational skills and ability to meet time deadlines. Additional Eligibility Qualifications: Valid Alaska Driver’s License with clean driving record. Ability to pass [...]

Employment Specialist

Come join our team! We are looking for an IPS Employment Specialist. IPS (Individual Placement and Support), is a  Supported Employment grant program. This position assists clients to obtain and maintain competitive employment.

Direct Service Professional (DSP) – In Home

We are currently seeking individuals willing to provide assistance with individual care needs for a young woman in her home and in the community. Would you like to help her live more independently in her own home? Applicants must be dependable, committed to assist with individual care needs, daily living skills, social and community activities, able to lift and move this individual and use the proper body mechanics on a regular basis and communicate with the family and staff

Clinical Therapist/ Clinician

The Clinical Therapist provides assessments, treatment planning, and psychotherapy to individuals, groups and families experiencing emotional and behavioral disorders.

Peer Support Specialist (Casual/ Part Time)

A Peer Support Person is someone with real life experience with disabilities, mental illness or substance abuse. To work with clients to help them develop identified life skills and accomplish goals outlined in a service plan.


Please forward a resume and an application (available here) to: hr@spbhs.org

  • 3948 Ben Walters Lane
    Homer, AK 99835

  • (907) 235-2290


Different positions have different requirements, so please make sure you meet the necessary requirements and are able to provide the appropriate documentation/licensure for the position applied.

SPBHS is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment. Applications will be kept on file in the Human Resources office for two years.