Join Our Team

Would you like to join an organization that:

Helps 13,000 people each year,
Operates 37 programs,
Employs 400 professionals,
Offers great benefits,
Has 60+ years of experience in behavioral health?

If so, then Lenape Valley Foundation may have the right job for you!

We pride ourselves on the quality of care provided by our outstanding staff and are looking for qualified candidates – like you— for several open positions.  Check out our current openings to find the job that may be your next career move. Then, be sure to visit our benefits section to learn more about the perks of being an LVF employee. We hope to see your application in our inbox soon!

All offers of employment are contingent upon passing required clearances based upon the available position.

Lenape Valley Foundation is fully committed to being an Equal Employment Opportunity Care Provider and Employer and to attracting, retaining, developing and promoting the most qualified employees without regard to their race, creed, color, religion, gender, marital status, age, sexual orientation, national origin, veteran status, physical or mental disability, or any other characteristic prohibited by federal, state or local law. We are dedicated to providing a work environment free from discrimination and harassment, and where employees are treated with respect and dignity.


Employee Spotlight: Melody Carlin, Patient Accounts Lead, Billing

Melody Carlin

What do you like most about working at LVF?

My teammates! I work with a wonderful group of compassionate, supportive, and intelligent women. I enjoy helping the community.


What is your best memory at LVF?

It’s a memory of a client that walked in for an intake and was very much in need of LVF services. While I was getting this individual registration completed, I found she had no insurance coverage. I explained county funding. This individual qualified 100% and was very grateful; they broke down crying out of relief. It’s awesome how LVF truly positively impacts people’s lives.

Another favorite memory was from about 5 years ago. It was during the dog days of summer. The air conditioner was being repaired. It was hot back in the corner of the building where I&R used to be. So, I made a luau day back in my office. My coworkers and I brought in a fruit tray, lei’s and Hawaiian decorations. It was such a fun workday.


What would you say to a potential candidate interested in working for LVF?

Come on! It’s the BEST place to work because you’ll get to help the community and you’ll be treated well as an employee.


What brought you to LVF when you initially applied?

I came from an in-patient setting. LVF had a wonderful reputation from where I came. I wanted to be part of that.


How has your career grown since working at LVF? Tell us your LVF story, including previous positions you’ve held!

I interviewed for a psych assistant position with Marjorie over 7 years ago. An internal candidate transferred into that position, so Marjorie passed my resume on to Lisa Baitzel.  I was so excited. She hired me for intake and registration. I was with I&R for about 3-4 wonderful years. A position opened in Fiscal and Lisa thought I’d be a good fit because I excelled at insurance and knowledge of LVF programs and payers. It was difficult to leave the I&R department as it was home for me. I transferred to Billing and found my place in patient accounts.  I’m grateful for Lisa’s support. Now with Mary’s excellent guidance I’ve grown from Patient Accounts II into Team Lead for Patient Accounts. It’s a perfect fit for me.


What have you learned recently at LVF that has better equipped you in your position?

I have learned how to be a trainer for coworkers. I’ve learned, and continue to learn, how to find other people’s strengths.


What’s a “day in the life” like for you at LVF?

It’s a day of working through client accounts and setting up the payors to be billed. It is assisting clients with payment, insurance and keeping them able to financially continue their services. It’s completing the referrals for clients to get the needed services. It’s training coworkers in these processes. I enjoy what I do, so my days are always good days even if things don’t go my way.


What’s the best advice you can give someone who just started their career at LVF?

Listen to your supervisor and coworkers. Listen to the clients. You’ll find how to best improve your skill set by this. Find your strengths and LVF will let you grow in your career and go places within the organization.

What is your favorite hobby or pastime activity outside of work?

Scuba diving. I dive recreationally and I dive with a team through the PA Game Wardens for wildlife conservation. I dive in rivers, streams, and lakes through PA to clean up the waters and assist wildlife when needed. My team has rescued turtles, fish and one time, a beaver. I have dived in the beautiful cenotes in Mexico. I’ve assisted with sea turtle rescues in Florida. My last salty dive in Florida was with manatees. It was the experience of a lifetime because there were baby manatees who were curious and touched my nose.  My last freshwater dive in Florida I got to meet an otter family and let me observe up close.  It was beyond exciting.


Name a book you recently read or a movie you recently watched that you would recommend and why.

True Colors By Kristin Hannah. It is an emotional story about the bond of sisterhood. It’s about rivalry, compassion, jealousy, redemption and how to forgive. It takes place over about twenty years


What’s your favorite music genre?

Country, I’m a true Southern gal.


Which fictional family would you want to be part of?

Swiss Family Robinson


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