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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

Administrative Support Position: in Integrated Healthcare. Full-time benefited position. Individual will work as part of a multidisciplinary team in an innovative and highly integrated primary care clinic aimed at improving the health and wellness of adults with significant psychological issues. This position will involve acting as administrative support to the team in the Chambers Hope, Health, and Wellness primary care clinic, which is embedded at an Aurora Mental Health location. This includes front desk and miscellaneous office duties, including providing excellent and supportive customer service to our clients, answering clinic phone, working closely with medical team, handling logistics for our free dental clinic, data entry to support grant project. Qualifications-high school diploma, strong interpersonal skills, works well with multi-disciplinary team, flexible, organized, proactive, comfortable working with severely mentally ill population, strong computer skills, experience with electronic medical records, proficiency in Microsoft office programs, experience working in medical or mental health settings preferred. Interested candidates, please send resume and cover letter to MargieKaems@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.

Registered Medical Nurse Care Manager in Integrated Healthcare setting: 30 hour per week, 10 hours per day, benefited position. This position is in a primary care clinic provided by Aurora Mental Health Center and Metro Community Provider Network (MCPN). Individual will work as part of a multidisciplinary team, focusing on improving the health and wellness of adults with serious mental illness. 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 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

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.

Mental Health Therapist (LCSW required) - The Community Living Program (CLP) is part of our Adult Intensive Services Division.  This team serves adult clients who have a history of frequent inpatient psychiatric hospitalizations, including clients who are certified to outpatient treatment.  Responsibilities include providing individual and group therapy, case management and occasional outreach services.  Treatment planning, management of case files, documentation in the electronic health record and timely completion of necessary paperwork is also required.  Interested individuals should be comfortable working in a fast-paced and multidisciplinary treatment setting which includes medical, vocational and residential staff.  Experience with Dialectical Behavior Therapy and the treatment of personality disorders a plus.  Bilingual candidates preferred.  Email cover letter and resume to: DawnOneil@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 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.

Shift Coordinator, Night Shift - Full time position available for our newly created Recovery Management Services team. This position is responsible for maintaining milieu structure and following program rules and procedures; direct supervision of clients and providing training and supervision for milieu staff.  Responsibilities:  Supervise staff and client activities on assigned shift; provide guidance, safety, stability and direction including de-escalating potentially dangerous situations; professionally interfacing with and maintaining communication with external and internal referral sources; coordinating treatment referrals for clients; medication monitoring; coordinating outreach van assignments; mentoring staff.  Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in human services field plus one year supervisory experience or a CAC I with one year of work experience in behavioral health and one year of supervisory experience.  Email cover letter and resume to: EugeneMedina@aumhc.org.

Addiction Tech II - Four full time addiction tech IIs needed for newly opened detoxification treatment program.  Individual will provide milieu management and ensure safety of individuals.  Responsibilities: interact with client population in order to provide guidance, safety, stability and direction; monitor milieu activities and ensure safety; monitor/document client levels of intoxication, withdrawal status, vital signs, physical condition and behavior; monitor/schedule UAs and BAs; document significant interactions with clients; ensure outside doors remain secured; provide case management services; may provide transportation as needed.  Qualifications: BA degree or equivalent experience in behavioral health/addiction services.  CAC II strongly preferred.  QMAP preferred.  Email cover letter and resume to: EugeneMedina@aumhc.org.

Addiction Tech I - Two full time addiction techs needed for newly opened detoxification treatment program.  Responsibilities: interact with client population that is actively intoxicated and/or experiencing symptoms of withdrawal; provide guidance, safety, stability and direction to clients; identify emergency signals/situations and react appropriately; perform accurate and timely documentation, including admissions/discharges, inventories of client belongings and other charting; monitor/observe UA and BA tests; assist with transporting clients if needed.  Qualifications: H.S. diploma or equivalent.  Six month's experience in behavioral health.  CAC I strongly preferred.  Email cover letter and resume to: EugeneMedina@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.

Peer Specialist - The Crisis Services team is looking for a peer specialist.  This person will work with an intensive residential treatment program to provide peer supports.  Good communication skills, the ability to work with an interdisciplinary team and an understanding of trauma informed care required.  Email cover letter and resume to: SarahAvrin@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

Health Coverage Literacy and Enrollment Specialist:  A successful Health Coverage Literacy and Enrollment Specialist will:
Engage with the community to refine and implement a comprehensive strategic plan to increase health care coverage in Aurora through the Connect for Health Colorado Exchange, Health First and CHP+, Be responsible to meet specific grant requirements, Hire, train and support seasonal staff, Oversee a subcontract, Working with community organizations, Attend local and state coalition meetings, Give presentations on health care coverage and health care coverage literacy, Complete and submit reports for grants and for the community on health care coverage progress and health care coverage literacy, Ensure grant requirements are met.  Qualifications: BA or MA in: Public Relations, Communications, Public Health, Knowledge and understanding, Connect for Health Colorado, Health First Colorado, Building and maintaining community coalitions, Computer literacy – good command of Word, Excel and Power Point, Preference: Experience and training in enrollment in Connect for Health Colorado, Bilingual abilities are helpful Work Hours: Flexible hours based on implementation needs,  Some evenings and weekends may be required for community events, especially during enrollment period, Position may be full time or a shared position between Enrollment and Literacy functions.  Aurora Mental Health Center offers a comprehensive benefits package, including medical and dental insurance, flex spending accounts, paid holidays, generous vacation and sick plans and EAP. To apply for this position, please email your cover letter and resume to: BetsyRogers@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

Paraprofessional: Metro Children’s Center is looking for a Paraprofessional to join our team. The paraprofessional works closely with special education teachers and therapists. The Paraprofessional is responsible for assisting in the coordination of educational and therapeutic services to the clients. The position provides Trauma Informed quality youth care, a safe environment, and close intensive supervision of youth ages 6-14 in an educational setting. The hours are from 8am – 4pm Mon- Fri. Applicants need to have a bachelor’s degree and pass a background check. Experience working in a residential or day treatment setting is preferred but not necessary. The applicant should have excitement and energy in learning how to help youth with mental health concerns and trauma succeed in school and at home. Please send your resume to katenielsen@aumhc.org

Division Director, Integrated Care: Under the direct supervision of the Deputy Director, this individual oversees AuMHC’s integrated care teams, leads integrated care program development, represents AuMHC at community integrated care-related meetings and workgroups, and maintains working relationships with stakeholders in the community. Licensed or license eligible mental health professional in the state of CO (psychologist, LCSW, LPC, LMFT). Strong leadership skills, communication skills, experience managing teams, and strong understanding of integrated care clinical operations required. Experience working in integrated care required.  Essential Functions Include: Supervises integrated care program managers, integrated care coordinator and personal trainer. Assists in grant writing and program development. Collaborates with integrated care community partners and maintains working relationships with primary care partners. Provides back up clinical care in bidirectional integrated clinic as needed. Participates as project director in integrated care grants, as appropriate. Supervises integrated care trainees, as appropriate. Advocates for integrated care initiatives and programming in the Center and community venues. Supports existing and new integrated care partnerships and is main contact for logistical, business, billing and operational needs for integrated care clinics and clinicians. Completes a variety of documentation and submits to the appropriate agencies, as necessary. Attends appropriate Center meetings. Maintains acceptable attendance and punctuality record. Complies with all credentialing requirements. Performs other job-related duties as assigned.   Job Qualifications: Preferred: licensed in mental health field, i.e., LPC, LCSW, LMFT, PhD, PsyD. Minimum Master’s degree in psychology, social work, nursing or other mental health field. Two years’ experience in a community mental health center, an integrated care setting or related facility; experience in a leadership or management role overseeing integrated care programs (physical/behavioral health) preferred. Knowledgeable in integrated care practice, training, and operations. Excellent knowledge of health psychology, integrated care and community resources. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Ability to work with a variety of agencies and other health professionals. Previous experience working in an integrated care setting and in a leadership and/or management experience over integrated care programs. Ability to travel to variety of locations as required. Email cover letter and resume to MaraKailin@aumhc.org

Early Childhood Mental Health Therapists - The Early Childhood and Family Center (ECFC) of Aurora Mental Health is seeking qualified candidates for one full-time (1.0 FTE) position and one part-time (0.7 FTE) position to provide comprehensive mental health services for children birth to age six and their families. Since 1986, ECFC has been offering comprehensive services and programs to children birth to age six with social, emotional or behavioral difficulties, and their families, including parents, foster parents, grandparents, and other supportive caregivers. These services include Prevention, Early Intervention, and Intensive Clinical Treatment for young children and their families. Requires Master's or Doctorate in counseling, psychology or social work, as well as experience with early childhood populations (5 and under) Must be licensed or license-eligible. Preferred candidates will have specific training and experience to provide trauma-informed, culturally-competent, play-based, and relationship-focused interventions with diverse families and very young children. One position must be filled by a bilingual candidate. Therapists with bilingual skills in English and Spanish 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.

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.

Program Manager, Hampden Academy Day Treatment - Seeking full time program manager to direct the day-to-day operations of our adolescent day treatment program, including day treatment assessments, program oversight, supervision of staff and students, attending and running external and internal meetings for students and their families, management and collaborating with school districts, Human Services and other professional agencies to improve services to clients and their families.  Professional license (LPC, LCSW, LMFT, Psychologist) and experience working with appropriate population required.  Email cover letter and resume to AnneKalfas@aumhc.org.

Program Manager, Child and Family North - Seeking full time program manager for a clinical team that serves children and their parents in individual, family and group settings. Professional license (LCSW, LPC, LMFT, Psychologist) required. Individual will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the program, including supervision of staff, maintaining team focus and direction, program planning, hiring of new staff, maintaining compliance standards, building and maintaining relationships with community agencies, etc. Bilingual (Spanish/English) preferred. Email cover letter and resume to: KirstenAnderson@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.  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 behavioral health field, professional license and bilingual Spanish-English.  Email cover letter and resume to: AmberOlson@aumhc.org

Prevention Education Facilitator and Grant Support - PACT (Prevention Awareness through Core Training) is a grant-funded program of the Aurora Strong Resilience Center and Aurora Mental Health Center offering prevention education classes. Individual will work directly with youth in school settings to deliver the life skills-based curriculum to students attending Aurora Public Schools. Individual will deliver PACT Program information and training to school staff, families, and other community members. Individual will work closely with the team to collect data and to maintain best practices. Individual will work with school-based staff to meet students’ substance abuse needs including assessments to determine appropriate level of care. Individual may occasionally be asked to work evenings and weekends to meet evolving program needs. Relevant Education: Bachelor’s degree in human services field or equivalent experience. Required Work Experience: Two years of experience working with adolescents. Experience coordinating and managing diverse populations of adults and youth. Experience presenting/facilitating or offering classroom instruction to youth. Spanish speaking Preferred. Email cover letter and resume to: RachelUslan@aumhc.org.

Licensed Therapist, School-based services – Aurora Mental Health Center’s School-based services teams provide direct clinical services in over 30 Aurora schools within Aurora Public Schools and Cherry Creek Public Schools. 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 therapist position for a middle and high school. 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 and licensed preferred (LCSW, PhD, PsyD, LMFT, LPC). 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, 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 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@APDC.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 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.

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 50Ibs. 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: RudyGlasco@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.

 

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