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We currently have the following career opportunities available. We offer a competitive salary and benefits package.  Aurora Mental Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer. EOE/M/F/H/V

Aurora Warms the Night Executive Director - The mission of Aurora Warms the Night (AWTN) is to preserve the life, health and stability of Aurora’s homeless men, women and children. AWTN provides shelter through motel vouchers and connections to other resources on severe cold weather days. We are looking for an executive director who has a passion for and a commitment to working as an advocate for the homeless populations of Aurora. Our Executive Director will closely collaborate with the Aurora Mental Health Center, along with other area nonprofits, donors, volunteers and the City of Aurora who all work for our homeless population. The ideal candidate should also be able to fundraise and solicit in-kind donations from the community and locate and write grants for funding. Our Executive Director will represent AWTN on various community committees. A Bachelor’s Degree or higher in a related field is preferred. Interpersonal skills, relationship building and organizational abilities are a must, as are patience and grace. Our clients arrive at our doorstep with varied backgrounds and experiences. Competency in office computer programs such as Word, Excel and experience in social media are expected. Please submit resume to Bryangannon@aumhc.org.

MEDICAL SERVICES

RN - Seeking RN, FT to work in our outpatient clinic. We are looking for someone who is positive, a problem solver, and has a collaborative focus. If patient care is your number one priority, we want you!! We work hard, have tremendous staff and we also have fun!

Aurora Mental Health Center is an innovative and visionary mental health center. We value and encourage creative approaches to patient care and support community involvement. We offer flexible work schedules and have great benefits -- who else do you know that has Colorado Day off?

Duties include coordinating total nursing care for clients; assessing clients in need of nursing intervention; performing medical/psychiatric screenings; accurately charting medications dispensed and prescriptions called in to pharmacy; medication monitoring/administering injections and STAT medications. Must have current Colorado license in good standing. Previous psych experience preferred. Email cover letter and resume to SarahPoffel@aumhc.org.

Relief positions also available in our outpatient clinics and crisis stabilization unit.

RN - Seeking RN, FT to work 3 12 hour shifts. Someone who is positive, a problem solver, and has a collaborative focus is desired. We work hard, have tremendous staff and we also have fun! Aurora Mental Health Center is an innovative and visionary mental health center. We value and encourage creative approaches to patient care and support community involvement. Working in our crisis stabilization unit is rewarding and fulfilling, especially when patients tell us how much they appreciated our help! Duties include coordinating total nursing care for clients; assessing clients in need of nursing intervention; performing medical/psychiatric screenings; accurately charting medications dispensed and prescriptions called in to pharmacy; medication monitoring/administering injections and STAT medications; working with clients on discharge planning. Must have current Colorado license in good standing. Previous psych experience preferred. Relief positions also available in our outpatient clinics and crisis stabilization unit. Email cover letter and resume to SarahPoffel@aumhc.org.

Medical Assistant Relief - Exciting opportunity for a medical assistant to interact with physicians, nurses, therapists and patients. Applicants must be able to multi-task and handle patients in a calm manner. Medical assistants must be willing to perform tasks such as front and back desk duties, take vitals, answer phone calls, schedule appointments, greet visitors, compose/transcribe dictated letters, complete/submit insurance forms, sort/handle mail, type up patient charts, maintain medical records and other filling/record keeping. Must be QMAP eligible; Bilingual preferred. Please send resumes to SarahPoffel@aumhc.org.

ADULT SERVICES

Outreach Therapist - Carry a caseload of chronically homeless individuals. Primary tasks of therapist are providing basic clinical services and providing and linking the bulk of case management care in conjunction with case manager for homeless individuals transitioning from homelessness to potential long term housing and/or mental health options. Transportation required. This position primarily functions in the community and where the client is at. Individual will also have office hours during PATH drop-in. Master's degree in related field required. Preference given to those with a passion for working with individuals experiencing homelessness and those with a working knowledge of housing first models, harm reduction and motivational interviewing. Minorities encouraged to apply. Email cover letter and resume to EJ Becker at elisebecker@aumhc.org.

Care Manager - Adult Intensive Services is seeking a full time care manager to provide support to our intensive services teams.  The person in this position will work with teams serving adult clients with a dual diagnosis of a mental illness and developmental disability as well as working with clients who have a severe and persistent mental illness.  Responsibilities include managing a medication only treatment client caseload, coordinating care with clients and their guardians and connecting clients to appropriate resources.  Case management services, including assisting clients to access resources, will also be a part of this job. The care manager will serve as a liaison between clients and their guardians and their psychiatrist and other treatment providers in the Center.  Previous experience working with individuals who have severe and persistent mental illness and/or developmental disabilities preferred.  A Bachelor's degree in psychology, social work, human services or any closely related field is required, as well as 1-2 years experience in social service activity.  Spanish speaker preferred but not required.  Email cover letter and resume to: DawnOneil@aumhc.org.

Case Manager - Carry a caseload of individuals and families that are high utilizers of emergency services. Primary tasks of case manager are providing and linking the bulk of case management care in conjunction with therapist for folks who over utilize EMS/fire/police/detox/emergency rooms. Additionally this position has a high level of outreach responsibilities while trying and attempting to get clients engaged in services. Ability to transport required. This position primarily functions in the community and where the client is located. Bachelors preferred. Preference given to those with a passion for working with individuals experiencing with substance use, mental health and dual diagnosis. Desire to work with folks who have low motivation to access formal services. Knowledge of harm reduction approaches and service first models a plus (housing first, employment first, etc). Ability to work with multidisciplinary teams and strong personalities. Minorities encouraged to apply. Email cover letter and resume to EJ Becker at elisebecker@aumhc.org.

Relief Milieu Counselor - Relief Milieu Counselor positions are available in the Crisis Stabilization Unit. The CSU is a 16 bed unit providing treatment for adults presenting in acute mental health crisis. Candidates for this position must possess a Bachelor’s degree in psychology and have knowledge of working with individuals with a variety of diagnoses. The milieu counselors of the CSU provide supervision of the milieu and ensure the safety of the Unit, as well as perform other duties such as room checks and meal preparation. Must be CPR/First Aid certified. QMAP preferred. Please send cover letter and resume to KalliBenson@aumhc.org.

Lead Clinician, Viewpoint Connect to Care (C2C) Clinic - Full time position for a licensed mental health professional in one of the Center's access, brief therapy and triage clinics.  The lead clinician works closely with the program director to manage flow of clients who are walking in for services.  Duties include assigning clients to clinicians, providing consultation, conducting intakes, risk assessment, attending to crisis situations, monitoring hospital discharges, providing psychoeducation and wellness services, answering phones, responding to voice mail and managing the clinic during the director's absence.  The position requires working 12pm to 8pm or 11am to 7pm Monday through Thursday and 9amto 5pm Friday.  Please send cover letter and vita to AmandaCrawn@aumhc.org.

Behavioral Health Provider - This position is for a full-time behavioral health provider (BHP) with the Integrated Care team. The BHP will work as a member of the Bridges to Care team, with AuMHC’s primary care partner, Metro Community Provider Network (MCPN). As a part of this team, the behavioral health provider will work to provide behavioral health support for all prospective adult patients enrolled in Bridges to Care, a program which targets individuals who utilize the Emergency Department at a high frequency. The BHP will work as a part of an multidisciplinary team and will provide assessments, brief interventions and consultation as well as linkage to more intensive, specialty mental health services as indicated. Services will be provided largely in the community through home visits as well as outpatient clinics. Must be a licensed mental health professional in the state of CO (psychologist, LCSW, LPC). Must have reliable transportation. Strong documentation skills required. Experience working with adults with serious mental illness preferred. Please send cover letter and resume to: amberolson@aumhc.org

Therapists, Crisis Stabilization Unit - Full time and Part time Licensed and Unlicensed therapists needed to work varied hours at the Crisis Stabilization Unit. The CSU is a 16 bed unit providing treatment for adults presenting in acute mental health crisis. Clinicians in this role will be able to effectively assess and triage individuals in need of services to identify level of care needs, will provide daily individual and group therapy for clients on the unit, and work collaboratively with the team to ensure the safety of clients and the unit. Master’s Degree Required. Colorado Licensed preferred. Crisis work experience preferred. Bilingual a plus. Please send resume and cover letter to KalliBenson@aumhc.org.

Contract Clinicians -   Seeking licensed therapists to work with private insurance clients at the Smoky Hill Clinic in Centennial. Opportunity to conduct therapy with children, adolescents or adults. Flexible hours including Saturday availability. Pay is $35 per therapy hour. For further information, contact Jeff Longo at (303) 617-2408 or JeffLongo@aumhc.org.

Health Navigator- Bilingual English/Somali, Half-time Position - Colorado Refugee Wellness Center is an integrated primary and behavioral health care clinic serving refugees in Aurora. Metro Community Provider Network provides medical care in partnership with Aurora Mental Health Center which offers mental health services. We have a team-based, whole person approach to health. Our health navigators are key to reducing barriers and enhancing care for our patients. We are seeking a half-time team member interested in serving the Somali refugee community, who has strong bilingual and communication skills-both oral and written, and the ability to work well on a diverse interdisciplinary team. Job responsibilities include: interpreting in medical and mental health appointments, care coordination, health education, medical referrals, and follow-up care. Educational/Certification Requirements: B.A. degree or equivalent, Medical Interpreter certificate, Work Experience/Skills Needed: previous experience in medical, human services, patient navigation fields preferred; computer skills needed; bilingual in Somali/English. Please send resume and cover letter to: bhanubhattarai@aumhc.org.

Behavioral Health Provider, Medical Center of Aurora (MCA) - Full time position for individual to provide behavioral health support and services within the MCA system.  Responsibilities:  Provide triage, mental health and addiction evaluations for patients in Emergency Department; document evaluations/discuss cases with health care team; assist in disposition planning for patients presenting with behavioral health needs; provide mental health and addiction assessments with brief interventions; provide consultation and linkage regarding behavioral health and mental health services.  Requires Master's degree plus professional license.  Must have two years' experience in mental health or behavioral health acute care setting or related facility.  Must be skilled in conducting assessments and determining appropriate level of care.  Excellent knowledge of health psychology, integrated care and community resources needed.  Ability to work within a multidisciplinary team environment and strong documentation skills required.  Email cover letter and resume to: LaurenTolle@aumhc.org.

CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES

Full-Time Adolescent & Family Therapist, Adolescent Day Treatment Hampden Academy – Hampden Academy is a therapeutic day treatment program for adolescents ages 13-18 who have a serious emotional disturbance. Staff provide students with a quality education in a nurturing and supportive environment where they learn to manage their mental illness and practice resolving conflicts and solving problems in a cooperative manner. Collaboration with public schools, community agencies and other formal and informational supports is important to ensure each student’s success in treatment and re-entry to a public school setting. This position requires a Master’s degree; prefer professional license and Spanish speaking. Must have previous experience working with emotionally disabled adolescents and families. Please send cover letters and resumes to Maki Sonoda-Sutton at MakiSonodaSutton@AUMHC.org.

Clinician, Viewpoint Connect to Care (C2C) Clinic - Full time position for a licensed or unlicensed mental health professional in one of the Center's access, brief therapy and triage clinics. Licensed or license-eligible Masters or Doctoral degree in a mental health field required. Duties include, providing consultation, conducting intakes, risk assessment, attending to crisis situations, monitoring hospital discharges, providing psychoeducation and wellness services, answering phones. The position requires working evening hours. Please send cover letter and vita to AmandaCrawn@aumhc.org.

Clinician, Chambers Connect to Care (C2C) Clinic - Full time position for a licensed or unlicensed mental health professional in one of the Center's access, brief therapy and triage clinics. Licensed or license-eligible Masters or Doctoral degree in a mental health field required. Duties include, providing consultation, conducting intakes, risk assessment, attending to crisis situations, monitoring hospital discharges, providing psychoeducation and wellness services, answering phones. The position requires working evening hours. Please send cover letter and vita to LorinTerrell@aumhc.org.

Therapist, Child Intensive Outpatient - Candidate will provide intensive outpatient mental health services, including individual, group and family therapy. Therapist will be responsible for creating treatment plans individualized to the needs of each child and their family, and will work collaboratively with a multidisciplinary team to assess and link children and families to needed community resources and services. Position requires a Master's degree in human services field; professional license preferred. Must have previous experience providing therapeutic services to children and families. Accurate and timely documentation required. AuMHC provides services in accordance with trauma-informed care guidelines. Experience and training in screening, assessment and treatment of trauma is preferred for this position. Email cover letter and resume to: MindyRobin@aumhc.org.

Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant - The Early Childhood and Family Center is seeking qualified candidates for one half-time (0.5 FTE) position to provide Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation in Aurora childcare centers and homes, as well as evidence-based parenting classes for parents with young children (birth to 6). Requires Master's or Doctorate in counseling, psychology or social work. Licensed or license-eligible required. Must have both mental health and early childhood experience. Preferred candidates will have specific training in interventions to address challenging behaviors and in working with diverse families and young children. Consultants with bilingual skills in English and Spanish will qualify for differential pay. Please prepare a cover letter that indicates specifically how you meet the above criteria, as well as your interest in the position. Email cover letter and resume to BetsyRogers@aumhc.org and SueAmmen@aumhc.org

Case Manager, Intercept Center – Aurora Mental Health’s Intercept Center is seeking a full time Case Manager. We are looking for an enthusiastic and flexible person interested in joining a creative multi-disciplinary team in providing a wide range of mental health wellness and recovery services to youth who have developmental disabilities and mental health issues. Responsibilities include managing meds only client caseload, crisis and brief interventions, facilitating groups, intakes, attending outside appointments in order to coordinate care, and connecting clients with appropriate resources. Previous experience working with youth who have severe and persistent mental illness and/or developmental disabilities preferred. Bilingual Spanish-English a plus. Bachelor’s degree in human services or related field required. Email cover letter and resume to: briantallant@aumhc.org.

Bilingual Child/Family Therapist, Child/Family North – The Child & Family North office is seeking a full time therapist to provide mental health services to children and families in an outpatient setting. Primary clientele will be children but some adult work will be required. Applicants must be bilingual in Spanish and English. Preference will be given to applicants that are licensed or near licensure in the State of Colorado Email cover letter and resume to: lauraknudtson@aumhc.org.

Therapist, School-Based Services – Aurora Mental Health Center’s School-based services teams provide direct clinical services in over 30 Aurora schools (individual, family, and group therapy). APS is a diverse district with students from 133 countries speaking over 130 languages. Many schools serve predominantly Latino students. The School-based program also works closely with the HEARTS (Healthy Environments and Response to Trauma in Schools) program which provides trauma-informed training and consultation for public schools in Aurora. We are seeking to fill a part-time (20 hours per week) therapist position for elementary schools. Responsibilities include: providing individual, group, and family therapy to clients in the schools and their families. In addition, therapists often provide advocacy for clients, case management, parenting classes, and teacher wellness groups. Staff receive weekly supervision and if licensed, may also take on supervision as one of their job duties. Monthly group supervision and self-care groups are held for school-based staff. School-based teams meet weekly for training, supervision, and other team building activities. Requirements: Master’s degree with experience working in schools preferred. Bilingual Spanish required. Email cover letter and resume to Candace Ballard at CandaceBallard@aumhc.org.

Therapist, Child and Family Intensive/Juvenile Assessment Center - Aurora Mental Health has a unique and exciting opportunity for a full time therapist. Position is split, 50% of the time will be spent providing mental health assessments, individual, family and group therapy in a clinic setting for children age 6 and up, families and adults. The other 50% of time will be spent providing assessments at the Juvenile Assessment Center (JAC) with children, adolescents and their family. Master’s degree required. Licensed or licensed eligible and experience in trauma and mental illness necessary. Please send cover letter and resume to: MindyRobin@aumhc.org.

Bilingual Child/Family Therapist, Child/Family North – The Child & Family North office is seeking a full time Licensed Clinical Social Worker or Licensed Psychologist to provide mental health services to children and families in an outpatient setting. Primary clientele will be children but some adult work will be required. Applicants must be bilingual in Spanish and English. Preference will be given to applicants that are licensed or near licensure as an LCSW or Psychologist in the State of Colorado Email cover letter and resume to: lauraknudtson@aumhc.org.

Bilingual Health Navigator Case Manager, Full-Time, Trauma Resilience Youth Program - The Health Navigator Case Manager is an important part of the Trauma Resilience Youth Program (TRYP) of Aurora Mental Health Center (AuMHC). The Health Navigator Case Manager assists children of refugee and immigrant families access trauma-informed care services through AuMHC. We consider the Health Navigator Case Manager to be the "cultural broker" providing the trusted bridge between clients and service providers, as well as supporting families in navigating both the health care and resource systems to address their concrete and social needs. Language fluency in English and Spanish. Medical interpretation certification OR willingness/ability to become certified through a certification program. High school diploma, GED, or equivalent. First hand cultural knowledge as a member in a local refugee/immigrant community in Colorado. Please forward resume and cover letter to: GiftWahiwe@aumhc.org with the subject line: Health Navigator Case Manager.

Respite Care Providers - Respite care program providing respite to consumers is seeking energetic, flexible individuals to provide respite to families of children with behavior challenges.  Candidates must have experience working with behaviorally challenged children ages 4-17, valid Colorado driver's license and have automobile liability, medical and uninsured motorist insurance.  Candidate must also be or willing to be trained in CPR/First Aid and Medication Administration.  Candidate must have the flexibility of providing both emergency and routine respite in their own home as well as weekends, evenings and possibly overnight visits. Must be open to becoming certified as a foster care home in order to provide short term respite care.

Additional qualifications that are preferable, but not necessary are:  Knowledge of developmental disabilities and/or special education, licensure in counseling and/or social work.  Bilingual in English and Spanish a plus.

The applicant and every other adult in his/her home must submit to a background check with the Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and and Colorado Department of Human Service (CDHS) Child Abuse Registry for employment clearance.  Applicant must be willing to attend mandatory trainings and work flexible hours.  Email cover letter and resume to: bearespiteprovider@aumhc.org.

RESIDENTIAL SERVICES

Residential Counselors - Mrachek House is a residential facility that serves the DD population with their mental health and life skills needs.  Positions currently available include:  Relief to work as needed and a Set Schedule position working Fridays 3-11:30 p.m. and Sundays 1-9 p.m.  Duties: assist clients with room care, meal prep and administering medications as prescribed.  Shared responsibilities include: transporting clients to various appointments, e.g., vision, dental PCP and community outings and prompting clients to complete their ADLs (activities of daily living).  Must have good communication skills to interact with clients, parents, doctors, case managers and other support systems in the clients' lives.  Must have a clean driving record in order to drive company van.  QMAP, CPR and First Aid certifications a plus, but will train if needed.  Anyone with experience in these areas is encouraged to apply.  Email cover letter and resume to: AudreyBrewer@aumhc.org. .

ADMINISTRATION & ANCILLARY SERVICES

Truck Driver/Warehouse Sales, Providers’ Resource Clearinghouse – PRC, located in north Aurora, accepts in-kind donations from organizations/individuals and redistributes to other nonprofits/individuals in need. Duties of this position include: driving a 24’ box truck; picking up/delivering donations; selling merchandise to members and the public; conducting marketing phone calls; researching/following up on potential donations of furniture. Requires clean driving record and excellent customer service skills. Must be able to lift 25Ibs. regularly and follow safety rules. Must be able to work well with others of diverse backgrounds, be reliable and honest. Email cover letter and resume to: RudGlasco@aumhc.org or antoinettedow@aumhc.org

Employment Specialist - Engages clients and establishes trusting, collaborative relationships directed toward the goal of assisting clients in obtaining and maintaining competitive community based employment. Conducts job development and job search activities directed toward positions that are individualized to the interests and uniqueness of the people on his/her caseload, following the principles and procedures of IPS. Supports clients making employer contacts by applying for jobs, or learning more about jobs available in the community, within 30 days of program intake. Provides supported education, using principles similar to IPS, for clients who express interest in education to advance their employment goals. Spends at least 65% or more of total scheduled work hours in the community meeting with clients, job coaching or job developing. Completes vocational portfolio for each new client with information from the client, mental health treatment team, and with permission, family members, friends and past employers. Assists clients in learning how their benefits will be affected by earned income. With the client's permission, provides education and support to family members about work and gathers input about skills, interests, strengths of the client and ideas for support. Conducts at least six employer contacts each week to learn about businesses and employer needs, to talk about specific clients who are looking for work and/or to talk about employer services offered by the IPS program. Documents and submits all weekly employer contacts. Is responsible for a minimum of 10 job starts each year after the first year of employment. Bachelor’s degree in psychology, social work, counseling, vocational rehabilitation, or related fields. At least 2 years’ experience with job development and/or vocational rehabilitation with similar population or Master’s degree in psychology, social work, counseling vocational rehabilitation or related fields. Must have safe driving record and a current Colorado driver’s license. Bilingual highly preferred. Email cover letter and resume to: JosieShea@aumhc.org.

ASIAN PACIFIC DEVELOPMENT CENTER

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) - Asian Pacific Development Center

Agency Description: The Asian Pacific Development Center (APDC) is a community-based, nonprofit, 501 (c) (3) organization founded in 1980 to serve the needs of a growing population of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AA/PI) communities throughout Colorado. The agency provides integrated programs and services in behavioral health, health care and human services. A trained professional staff of approximately 50 FTE provides culturally competent services that include: assessment and evaluation, individual and group counseling; navigation and case management services; victim assistance services; adult education, youth programs; health promotion and health screening, health literacy; interpretation/translation services; and health equity and advocacy. Services provided are linguistically and culturally appropriate.

APDC is seeking a dynamic executive and leader who embraces community values and diversity and has a proven track record providing services in a nonprofit arena.
The ideal CEO candidate will be responsible for overall operations, managing and developing staff, assuring high quality care, and sound fiscal operations while continually monitoring the organization’s services and delivery systems.

Specific Responsibilities and Accountabilities:

The CEO will be responsible for articulating and communicating a clear strategic vision for APDC to ensure its programmatic, community and financial success. He/She will provide leadership and oversight to ensure that critical agency goals and outcomes are achieved through teamwork, collaboration, and partnerships. This will be accomplished through the following key elements:

  • Governance: Provide strategic counsel to the APDC Board of Directors pertaining to program development and diversification and providing leadership in the execution of these opportunities. Ensure that the Center’s Board is kept abreast of the affairs of APDC on a regular basis, and provide ongoing education to its members on issues germane to the industry and the APDC strategic vision.
  • Strategic Relations: Create a vision and strategy for the APDC which moves it forward in a manner that improves its financial performance and sustains its mission which includes providing high quality behavioral healthcare, health promotion and education, youth services, research and a range of other services. Develop and oversee the implementation of short-term strategies to achieve better financial performance, programmatic growth and sustainability of high quality care. Have a current understanding of trends, challenges and/or opportunities and proactively develop and implement action plans to address such issues in a timely manner. The Executive Director/CEO will provide advocacy regarding public policy issues. Provide executive leadership and representation throughout the region to promote APDC activities. Create and sustain a cohesive APDC senior management team that displays outstanding leadership skills and excels in achieving organizational goals. Assess the technology needs of the organization and develop an execution plan to ensure that technology is leveraged to improve effectiveness of services, staff productivity and community communications.
  • Executive Leadership: Foster an empowered environment that maintains an effective and high-performance management team. Provide leadership and direction for general agency-wide problem solving; serve and/or chair staff committees of APDC; ensure compliance with regulations and standards of all local, state, federal and any other accrediting or certifying organizations as may apply. Provide guidance and direction to the senior management team in the development of the annual operating and capital budget for presentation to the APDC Board of Directors. Develop and execute a positive, collaborative culture where people like to work and promote the APDC as the “employer of choice”. Ensure an effective internal control environment to ensure that assets are safeguarded, and policies and operating procedures are followed. Maintain physical properties in a good state of repair and operating conditions to ensure a safe and reliant environment.
  • Community Relations and External Affairs: Represent APDC in community and governmental affairs and build meaningful relationships with related parties. Monitor the healthcare needs of the communities served by APDC and work with community, civic, governmental and other leaders to strengthen the health status of those constituencies. Actively engage in the development and delivery of effective marketing and communications strategies to build community awareness and support for our programs and services.
  • Fundraising and Development: Oversee APDC development plans and activities and provide leadership in the ongoing fundraising efforts. Actively engage in the solicitation of individuals, foundations and corporate donors to sustain the Annual Fund, Special Events, Donor Cultivation and other similar annual fundraising programs and events. When determined that a special development campaign, i.e. capital campaign, will be implemented, provide leadership in the strategic development and execution of the program.
  • Supervisory Relationships: The Executive Director/CEO has a senior management team that report directly to him/her that may include, but not limited to: Deputy Director, Controller/Business Administrative Services, and Director of Behavioral Health Services.

Required Professional Experience:

  • Experience as CEO, COO, or other top management position in a comparable sized organization
  • Experience working with an active, involved Board of Directors
  • Demonstrated success in fund development
  • Financial management skills, including responsibility for developing and managing budgets
  • Understanding of the nonprofit arena including program operations and facility management
  • Demonstrated success interacting with funding sources, partners, and stakeholders
  • Supervisory and managerial oversight of competent professional staff
  • Background and experience in behavioral healthcare and third party reimbursement and managed care methodologies preferred.

Desired Personal Attributes:

  • Commitment to community service
  • Demonstrated ability to build and maintain relationships
  • Entrepreneurial, business-minded and detail-oriented
  • Strong motivator
  • Seasoned leader with integrity and a strong work ethic
  • Proactive problem solver
  • Comfortable working in an environment of ethnic and cultural diversity
  • Bilingual a plus

Education: An advanced degree in a behavioral science field, public/business administration or related field plus a minimum of three years experience at an executive level.

Compensation: Competitive compensation package and benefits.

Agency Location: 1537 Alton Street, Aurora, CO 80010

If interested, send cover letter and resume/CV to:

Email: tonyoum888@gmail.com (or)
Mail: Asian Pacific Development Center
Attn: Tony Oum
1537 Alton Street
Aurora, CO 80010

 

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