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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

MEDICAL SERVICES\

Medical Assistant - Seeking MA, 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 both front and back of office duties. Bilingual preferred. Please send resume to SarahPoffel@aumhc.org

1. Psychiatrist or Psych Nurse Practitioner needed to work with adults and/or children at our fast paced Walk-in Clinic.  BC/BE required.  Full or part time.                                                                                                                                                                                                2. Child Psychiatrist or Child Psych Nurse Practitioner needed to work with children in an outpatient setting.  BC/BE required.  Full or part time.                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Besides the amazing skills you already have, we are looking for that special prescriber who is kind, humble and compassionate; passionate about helping people in a community mental health setting; loves challenging and complex cases; desires sharing ideas, asking questions and has a longing to learn more; is a positive force; and likes to collaborate and solve problems.  Not essential but a plus would be: multi-lingual and or multicultural background, ability to hold a certification and previous mental health center experience.  Aurora Mental Health is an innovative and visionary mental health center.  We value and encourage creative approaches to patient care and support community involvement.  We work hard, have fun and go home each night knowing we helped people!  Email cover letter and resume to DebbieGrace@aumhc.org.

Medical RN Care Manager in Integrated Primary Healthcare setting - 30 hours per week, 10 hours per day, benefited position. This position is for Medical RN who is interested in working with mentally ill population, in a primary care medical clinic provided by Aurora Mental Health Center and Metro Community Provider Network (MCPN). Individual will work as part of a multidisciplinary team, focusing on helping individuals with serious mental illness effectively manage chronic medical disease. Qualifications include: Registered Nurse credential with a medical focus, strong interpersonal skills, works well with multi-disciplinary team, flexible, organized, proactive, comfortable working with mentally ill population, strong computer skills, experience with electronic medical records, proficiency in Microsoft office programs, experience working in integrated healthcare setting preferred. Interested candidates, please send resume and cover letter to MargieKaems@aumhc.org

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.

ADULT SERVICES

Bilingual Mental Health Therapist, Intercept Center - This full time position consists of providing day treatment and outpatient therapy services and case management for both English and Spanish speaking youth who have developmental disabilities and mental health issues. The therapist in this role will conduct intakes and assessments with assigned clients; develop and monitor treatment plans; provide individual, family and group therapy, provide case management, consult with internal and external professionals, and document services in a timely manner. Qualifications: Master's degree in social work, counseling or a doctoral degree in psychology or other related field; professional license preferred. Preferred qualifications are experience both assessing for and treating trauma, working with diverse populations, and cultural competencies. Knowledge of DSM V and theoretical issues related to clinical treatment needed. Spanish fluency is required. Intercept Center is located at 16905 E. 2nd Ave., Aurora, CO 80011. Email cover letter and resume to: BrianTallant@aumhc.org.

Licensed therapist - to work with the CCC Mobile Crisis Team and Walk In Clinic. Therapeutic interventions and support provided in the walk in clinic. Emergency evaluations are completed in the clinic, emergency departments and in the community. Experience with emergency evaluations, mental health holds and crisis management required. Comfort working with all ages is a plus. CCC is a 24 hour facility so shifts will include days, swing and night as well as weekend and holiday work. E-mail resume to: Sarahavrin@aumhc.org

Therapist, CCC - Full Time position for a licensed therapist to work with the CCC Mobile Crisis Team and Walk In Clinic. Therapeutic interventions and support provided in the walk in clinic. Emergency evaluations are completed in the clinic, emergency departments and in the community. Experience with emergency evaluations, mental health holds and crisis management required. Comfort working with all ages is a plus. CCC is a 24 hour facility so shifts will include days, swing and night as well as weekend and holiday work. E-mail resume to: Sarahavrin@aumhc.org.

Therapist, Southeast Team -
This full or part time position consists of conducting outpatient therapy with adults and older adults. Flexibility of hours, the opportunity to receive and provide clinical supervision, and training possibilities are only a few of the benefits on this dynamic team. The successful therapist will: conduct intakes and assessments with assigned clients; develop and monitor treatment plans; provide individual, family and group therapy; document all activities and services in a timely manner; meet billable service standards; and have good time management and organizational skills. Outreach to nursing home facilities and service provision in our Connect to Care Clinic with clients of all ages may be asked of the right candidate. Qualifications: LCSW or licensed psychologist required. The Southeast Team is located at 11059 E. Bethany Dr. #200, Aurora, CO 80014. Email cover letter and resume to: CarolReszka@aumhc.org

Bilingual Mental Health Therapist, Elmira Outpatient Team - This full time position consists of conducting outpatient therapy at the EOT Outpatient and assisting in the Connect to Care (C2C) walk-in clinic with both English and Spanish speaking clients across the lifespan. The therapist in this role will conduct intakes and assessments with assigned clients; develop and monitor treatment plans; provide individual, family and group therapy; participate in the C2C Clinic as assigned; consult with internal and external professionals to ensure access to needed services and proactively coordinate care; document services in a timely manner. Qualifications: Master's degree in social work or a doctoral degree in psychology or other related field; professional license preferred (LCSW or licensed psychologist). Preferred qualifications are experience both assessing for and treating trauma, working with diverse populations, and cultural competencies. Experience with children and adolescents beneficial. Knowledge of DSM V and theoretical issues related to clinical treatment needed. Bilingual preferred but not required. Flexible work hours. The EOT Clinic is located at 1646 Elmira Street, Aurora, CO 80010. Email cover letter and resume to: MaryMcClure@aumhc.org.

Clinical Supervisor, Recovery Management Services - Individual will provide oversight of clinical services at newly opened detoxification treatment program.  Responsibilities: oversee day-to-day operations of clinic that provides substance-use disorder and behavioral health treatment services; ensure all clinical staff adhere to agency treatment philosophy; track staff hours; respond to and deal with any crisis in department; supervise accurate and consistent clinical documentation; prepare monthly staff work schedules; collaborate with other agencies to facilitate seamless continuum of care; maintain positive relations with community partners and referral sources.  Qualifications: Requires Master's degree plus professional license (LPC, LAC, LCSW, LMFT) and CAC III.  Two years of clinical experience and strong clinical supervision skills needed.  Email cover letter and resume to: EugeneMedina@aumhc.org.

Sex Offense Treatment Provider - The Offenders Group is looking for a sex offense specific treatment provider to co-facilitate group sessions, conduct intake appointments, provide individual therapy and possible offense specific evaluations for convicted adult sex offenders.  Group sessions are conducted Monday through Wednesday, varying times between 1 to 9 p.m., requiring qualified individuals to be available to work evening hours.  This position is fee-for-service.  SOMB approved candidates preferred but may be willing to train right individual with Master's degree or above.  Anyone interested in this position who is not already an approved treatment provider should check the Colorado Sex Offender Management Board website in order to familiarize yourself with the requirements of becoming an approved sex offense specific treatment provider prior to submitting a resume.  Qualified or interested individuals submit cover letter and resume to: SheilaPomeranz@aumhc.org.

Outreach Van Drivers - Newly created detoxification treatment program seeks both full and part time van drivers to transport individuals to our detox unit.  Individual will transport clients; monitor and care for persons being transported; assist in maintaining outreach vans; assist with admissions/discharges as needed; de-escalate clients in crisis situations; assess clients as to alcohol/drug intoxication and other factors and transport to the appropriate facility, e.g., detox, hospital, etc.  Requires H.S. diploma or equivalent; six months experience; current CPR/First Aid certification or ability to obtain within six months of hire; current Colorado driver's license with good driving record.  CAC strongly preferred.  Email cover letter and resume to: EugeneMedina@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.

CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES

Project Director The Trauma Resilience Youth Program (TRYP) -through AuMHC is a grant funded program in year 1 of 5 years funded through the National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN) that focuses on connecting children of refugee and immigrant families who have resettled in Aurora and the neighboring areas with clinical services. TRYP specifically delivers culturally informed trauma screenings and treatment - individual, family, and group therapy; and wellness groups to these children and their families in various settings. The program is co-run by a Clinical Director and a Project Director. We are hiring a project director at this time which is a full-time position; however, the job is half-time administrative and half-time clinical so there is a possibility for us to hire one full-time employee OR two half-time employees to fulfill these responsibilities. Responsibilities of the Project Director include the following half-time administrative duties: coordinate and facilitate trainings for internal staff, coordinate and lead trainings for community and partner agencies, coordinate clinical trainings for internal staff as outlined in the grant goals, participate in NCTSN collaborative group, prepare articles, reports, and presentations as needed, attend all required grant conferences, oversee Advisory Board and coordinate quarterly meetings, completed data entry and reporting based on the specific standards and requirements of the grant. The half-time clinical duties include: maintaining a client case load of refugee and immigrant youth and their families, supervising students/ interns, and staying compliant with all paperwork requirements. Requirements: Master’s degree in a Behavioral Health Field (LSW, LPC, LMFT, LCSW, LMFT, PhD, PsyD), Licensed in CO with prior experience working with refugee an immigrant populations. Bilingual and experience working on a grant funded project preferred. Email cover letter that states whether you are applying for the full-time position or would like to apply for one of the half-time positions and resume to Dr. Kirsten Anderson at kirstenanderson@aumhc.org

Co-Program Director: Group Supervisor - Fostering Healthy Futures is an evidence-based positive youth development program for preadolescent youth (ages 9-11) in out-of-home care. The Group Supervisor will lead two manualized skills groups per week for children in the program and will train and supervise two graduate student interns who serve as group co-leaders. Additional duties include case management, administrative tasks, fidelity monitoring and supervisory responsibilities. The Group Supervisor will co-direct the Fostering Healthy Futures program with another lead staff and will be supervised by the Director of Prevention and Early Intervention, Training and Education. The successful candidate will possess: Significant experience in leading skills-oriented groups with high-risk youth, preferably with children who have child welfare involvement.  A solid understanding and appreciation of implementing evidence-based programs.  Excellent communication skills.  Ability to work collaboratively with other staff and accept feedback.  Significant experience with case management.  Work Hours: The position is a .6 position and will average approximately 25 hours per week, with varying hours depending on program schedule. The position requires 2 evenings a week and limited weekend work on-call to support student mentors.
Qualifications:
 Master’s degree in counseling, psychology, social work or other human services field
 Professional licensure: LCSW, LPC, LMFT, PhD/PsyD
 Relevant experience in working with youth, child welfare and skills groups for youth
 Computer literacy
 Bilingual abilities are helpful.
To apply for this position, please email your cover letter and resume to: BetsyRogers@aumhc.org

Special Education teacher to join our team. Metro Children’s Center (MCC) is a day treatment program serving children 6-14 years old. MCC provides educational and therapeutic services to children suffering from mental health and trauma. The applicant must have, or be eligible to receive, a Colorado teaching license with a Special Education Generalist Endorsement. It is preferred that the applicant is confident in teaching math; however, previous teaching experience with math is not required. The applicant will implement the school’s curriculum through the development of creative and individualized lessons, gather data relating to student growth, and supporting therapeutic activities throughout the school day. They must have experience and strong skills in classroom management. The applicant will work collaboratively with a multidisciplinary team including educators, paraprofessionals, and therapists. Please send resume and cover letter to Kate Nielsen at katenielsen@aumhc.org

Supported Employment and Education Specialist, RAP Team - We are seeking a PART-TIME supported education and employment specialist (SEES) role for the RAP team (wrap around program) treating clients who are experiencing their first episode of psychosis. Job duties include implementing IPS supported employment and education services, ongoing job coaching and support for clients who obtain job and school placement, and ongoing case management needs. This candidate will work on a closely-coordinated multidisciplinary team to provide community-based support to 15-29 year olds who are experiencing their first episode of psychosis. Many clients present with minimal insight to their mental illness and will benefit from education and support for meeting their psychosocial needs. The ideal candidate will be highly motivated, excited by working with young adults, and will be able to balance paperwork and other administrative duties with the clinical demands of this population. Bachelor's degree in social work, counseling, or a related field required; experience in behavioral health field preferred. Email cover letter and resume to KristynNassif@aumhc.org.

Behavioral Health Provider, Integrated Care School-Based Health Clinics - Aurora Mental Health partners with Rocky Mountain Youth Clinics to support three School-Based Health Centers. These centers function as integrated primary care clinics staffed with medical providers, a dental care team and behavioral health providers. The clinics provide physical health, mental health and dental services to Aurora Public School students and their siblings. Patients range in age from newborn up through high school. The clinics serve a diverse patient population, including Latino youth, refugees and immigrants. We are seeking to fill the position of a part-time behavioral health provider who will be providing services at Central High School’s School-Based Health Clinic. Responsibilities include: conducting screenings focused on attentional, behavioral and emotional issues, substance use and postpartum depression as well as conducting brief assessments and interventions for youth with mental health concerns and mental health related medical issues. Individual works closely with medical providers in a collaborative environment, offers consultation services to medical staff and assists in connecting youth and their families to long-term therapeutic services through Aurora Mental Health Center. Requirements: Master's degree in a behavioral health field, professional license (LPC, LCSW, LP) and bilingual Spanish-English. Email cover letter and resume to: AmberOlson@aumhc.org.

Behavioral Health Provider, Integrated Care School-Based Health Clinics - Aurora Mental Health partners with Rocky Mountain Youth Clinics to support three School-Based Health Centers. These centers function as integrated primary care clinics staffed with medical providers, a dental care team and behavioral health providers. The clinics provide physical health, mental health and dental services to Aurora Public School students and their siblings. Patients range in age from newborn up through high school. The clinics serve a diverse patient population, including Latino youth, refugees and immigrants. We are seeking to fill the position of a full time behavioral health provider who will be providing services at Crawford Elementary’s School-Based Health Clinic. Responsibilities include: conducting screenings focused on attentional, behavioral and emotional issues, substance use and postpartum depression as well as conducting brief assessments and interventions for youth with mental health concerns and mental health related medical issues. Individual works closely with medical providers in a collaborative environment, offers consultation services to medical staff and assists in connecting youth and their families to long-term therapeutic services through Aurora Mental Health Center. Requirements: Master's degree in a behavioral health field, professional license (LPC, LCSW, LP) and bilingual Spanish-English. Email cover letter and resume to: AmberOlson@aumhc.org.

Integrated Care Program Manager The Integrated Care Division is seeking a full-time program manager for our Community Partners Integrated Care Team. The team is comprised of Behavioral Health Providers and a Care Coordinator who provide team-based care at our various primary care partnerships. This position will involve some clinical time providing integrated behavioral health services in a primary care setting. Ideal candidates are licensed mental health providers with experience working in integrated primary care and strong leadership skills. Program management experience preferred. Excellent communication and collaboration skills required. Please send cover letter and resume to: amberolson@aumhc.org.

Special Education Teacher, Hampden Academy: Seeking full-time special education teacher for Hampden Academy Day Treatment Program, a program that services adolescents between the ages of 13-18 with mental health diagnoses. Teacher are responsible for specific tasks pertaining to students with and without IEP’s, including creating and maintaining classroom curriculum, adapting the curriculum to each individual student’s needs, and holding IEP meetings with school districts and guardian’s. Teachers are also responsible for getting transcripts from past schools and facilities and helping to aid in remediation of specific academic skills. Other responsibilities include milieu management and attending therapeutic groups to help assist with any students that need additional support. Requirements: Master's degree in education and special education certification or endorsement. Email cover letter and resume to Nicholas Mancini at NicholasMancini@AUMHC.org.

Director of Family Intensive Services: The Director of Family Intensive Services provides administrative and supervisory oversight of programs that aim to support clients who require higher levels of care including day treatment, respite care, intensive in-home services, post hospital services, intensive outpatient services and transition aged youth services. Additional responsibilities include grant writing/management, cross-division coordination, collaboration on statewide partnerships and maintaining collaborative partnerships with community stakeholders. Requirements: Licensed mental health professional (LPC, LCSW, Psy.D., or Ph.D.) with at least three years of supervisory experience and at least five years of clinical experience working with children and families. Essential Functions:  Provides administrative and supervisory oversight of intensive service team program managers to ensure appropriate day to day operations of multiple intensive services teams. Weekly in-person direct supervision with program manager’s team meetings as necessary are advised.  Ensures all programs are meeting required state requirements of the Colorado Department of Health and Human Services, the Colorado Department of Education and any other applicable licensing boards.  Assess for and develop programs relevant to community need for youth with high needs by identifying gaps in service and implementing programs and solutions to address gaps.   Ensure evidence based models are being implemented to fidelity and that all relevant reporting of such is in order.  Grant writing and project management of grants housed both within and outside of the Child and Family Intensive Services Division.  Participate in statewide and community-wide committees and initiatives as directed by Aurora Mental Health Center in order to serve a representative from the Intensive Services Division.   Maintain ongoing in person communication as well as additional collateral contact with the Department of Human Services in Arapahoe and Adams County.  Attend and participate in weekly Director level meetings to contribute to the overall direction of the mental health center.  Ensure that staff housed in the Intensive Division are following protocols, procedures and meeting workload expectations. Providing employee counseling when issues persist and reporting concerns and solutions to the Deputy Director.  Participate in monthly Utilization Review meetings to review post hospital data, and develop appropriate plans for reducing hospital recidivism. Connect with Utilization Management as necessary to coordinate care of clients who may be high utilizers. Please submit a resume and full cover letter to Dr. Kailin at: marakailin@aumhc.org

Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant - The Early Childhood and Family Center of Aurora Mental Healthis seeking qualified candidates for one full-time (1.0 FTE) position to provide Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation to childcare centers and homes in the rural areas on the I-70 corridor east of Aurora (Bennett, Strasburg, Byers, Watkins, and Deer Trail), 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. Experience with early childhood populations (5 and under) required. Experience with preschool and early childhood settings strongly preferred. Licensed or license-eligible preferred. 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. Incomplete applications will not receive a response. Email cover letter and resume to BetsyRogers@aumhc.org and SueAmmen@aumhc.org. Contact Sue Ammen at 303-617-2409 with any questions.

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) in Aurora Public School District and Cherry Creek School District. 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 full-time therapist position. 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. Licensed preferred. Bilingual in Spanish preferred. Email cover letter and resume to Candace Ballard at CandaceBallard@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.

Bilingual Health Navigator Case Manager, Part-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 Swahili . 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:savinatreves@aumhc.org

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

Relief residential counselors needed  to work at Thomas House. Thomas House serves as an adult psychiatric hospital step-down facility for both veterans and clients from the community at-large who are diagnosed with persistent mental illnesses and substance abuse.  Relief counselors’ schedules are flexible depending on need but generally include one shift per weekend. Duties consist of crisis counseling, medication management, thorough documentation, and professional communication with the interdisciplinary team. A Bachelor’s degree in a human services field is required plus two years of prior experience preferred. A clean driving record is required and QMAP, First Aid, CPR training preferred. Please send resume and full cover letter to Michael O’Donnell, Program Director. People of color and U.S. veterans encouraged to apply. No phone calls accepted. MichaelOdonnell@aumhc.org

Residential Counselor-Mrachek House is a residential facility that serves the DD population with their mental health and life skills needs. Positions currently available include: Relief- work as needed and a full time benefitted 3-11p position. Duties: Included but not limited to assisting clients with room care, meal prep, medication administration as prescribed by the providers and 1:1 help with client’s specific program goals. Shared responsibilities includes: Transporting clients to appointments e.g vision , dental, medical, therapy/med management and community integrated activities. The candidate must have good communication skills and the ability to interact professionally with the clients ,co-workers, parents, other providers, case managers and other support people in the client’s life. The qualified candidate will have a Bachelors in Psychology or extensive experience working with the DD population/Mental Health field, a clean driving record is required to drive the Center vehicle. Certifications: QMAP, CPR/FIRST AID is a plus , will train if needed. Mrachek House serves a diverse population and encourages and welcome a diverse staffing team. Anyone with experience in these areas is encouraged to apply.  Email cover letter and resume to: AudreyBrewer@aumhc.org.

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