In the nearly 50 years since Akeela, Inc. was founded, we have offered Alaskans a wide variety of behavioral health services including substance use disorder treatment and mental health services.
We have grown over the past 20 years from a staff of 11 to over 125 dedicated professionals serving hundreds of clients statewide annually in our various programs. As our growth continues, working for Akeela, Inc. means joining a vibrant team of professionals dedicated to resiliency and wellness for all Alaskans.
We have a wide range of professional employment opportunities available in Anchorage, Homer, Ketchikan and Kenai, with options for telehealth. If you have questions about employment with Akeela, Inc. please reach out to the Human Resources Department at 907-565-1207 or email@example.com.
Benefits Akeela, Inc. offers competitive benefits to full-time employees including premium paid Medical/Life Insurance/AD&D/LTD, Dental and Vision coverage, a Medical Reimbursement Account, 2 weeks annual vacation (increased accruals over length of employment), 2 weeks annual sick time with rollover and 14 paid holidays, 401K Retirement Plan offered to all employees (21 years of age and older) with an employer match and safe harbor contributions. Vesting is 100% at time of eligibility.
Background Checks Akeela, Inc. receives grant funding from the State of Alaska, and therefore all employees are required to pass a background check through the State of Alaska Background Check Program.
National Provider Identifier (NPI) An NPI number is required for all service providers prior to the start of employment. This number is unique to the individual, not the employer, and will stay with them wherever they may provide services. To apply for the NPI click here or call 1-800-465-3203.
Akeela, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer Qualified individuals are considered for employment without regard to race, sexual orientation, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital or changes in marital status, veteran status, medical condition, disability or handicap.