We are growing quickly and seeking therapists and corporate team members who are passionate about high-quality mental health care and ready to join our movement to make it more accessible.
Octave is creating a new, sustainable standard for mental health care delivery, that works as well for our providers as it does for our clients. Here at Octave, you’ll be joining a diverse and dedicated team of professionals who are:
We believe people shouldn’t have to navigate a complicated system to get the care they need. We’re providing services tailored to each client, making sure it’s intuitive, seamless, and culturally competent.
Our approach is grounded in science. We believe in providing evidence-based care that is consistent and measurable, enabling clients to reach their goals efficiently and meaningfully.
Whether it’s weekly case consultations among our providers, team-based learning opportunities, or creative brainstorms around our product, we believe in creating a collaborative culture that elevates everyone’s work.
We’re here to fix what’s broken in our healthcare system. We want to work with people who are passionate and willing to try new things to improve how we deliver mental health to more people.
We care deeply about the wellness and sustainability of our team members and offer a number of attractive benefits to support that.
The benefits listed are for all full-time employees. Learn more about specific benefits for providers, including part-time and contract opportunities.
Generous vacation time
10 company holidays
Sick and bereavement leave time
Paid parental leave
Medical, dental, and vision insurance
Free One Medical memberships for employees and their families
401(K) retirement account
Commuter benefits / work-from-home support
If you are energized about this industry and our mission, check out our open positions or drop us a note at email@example.com.
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