Employment Opportunities

At the Fountain Hill Center, we believe in the power of mental health and wellness services to effect positive transformation in individual lives and entire communities. And we seek to provide these services regardless of class, ability, gender, sexual orientation, race, color, creed, or circumstance. If this resonates with you and you’re seeking a professional position in the mental health field, we’d love to hear from you! Please take a look at our current employment opportunities.

When incorporating new therapists and staff members, we look first and foremost for people who share our sense of mission when it comes to providing mental health and wellness services and who share our principles and values. Over time, we’ve cultivated an organizational culture that embraces authenticity, creativity, differentiation, inclusion, honesty, respect, and wholeness.

Each of our therapists is individually responsible for managing their own practice, but all our therapists and staff members are committed to providing services in a manner that is consistent with our overall mission and character. We support and encourage individual therapists as they hone expertise, resource when we can, and share interests and enthusiasm.

If you don’t see an opportunity that’s a good fit for your skills and talents at this time, but you still wish to contribute to the work of the Center, please check out some of these other ways to get involved.

Open Positions


The Fountain Hill Center is looking for an enthusiastic and self-directed Faith Partner Liaison to deepen existing relationships and build new relationships with faith-based organizations in Oceana County. The Faith Partner Liaison reports to our Executive Coordinator and works in coordination with our Advancement & Communications Coordinator, CASA Advocate Supervisor, Office Manager, and Lakeshore Office therapeutic staff.

Responsibilities for this position include attending FHC Lakeshore Staff and Advisory Board meetings, connecting with area clergy and congregations, providing information about FHC programs, services, and fundraising needs, and taking referrals. The ideal candidate will have a passion for providing quality mental health services to people in Oceana County and an aptitude for building relationships and communicating effectively with people from various denominations and faith traditions.


Required Qualifications

Personal interest in community health, healthcare service delivery, mental healthcare

Strong interpersonal and relational skills

Comfortable presenting about FHC in meetings, church services, other venues

Able to prioritize tasks, set own schedule, keep track of own hours, provide updates, and ask for direction and support as needed

Committed to preserving and protecting client confidentiality

Aligned with The Fountain Hill Center’s mission, vision, principles, and values

Proficient in Microsoft Office programs (Excel, Outlook, Word) and social media platforms (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc.)


Preferred Qualifications

Strong connections to Oceana County community, Oceana congregations/clergy

Prior experience interacting with and serving diverse populations

Prior experience with fundraising and/or working in a nonprofit setting

Able to identify and take advantage of fundraising and marketing opportunities as they arise


Job Type

Part-Time (5-10 hrs/wk)



New Era, MI

To apply, please send resume and cover letter to our Office Manager, Becky Plantinga, at rplantinga@fountainhillcenter.com.