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We currently have the following career opportunities available.  Unless otherwise specified, to be considered for a position, please identify the position or positions you are applying for in the SUBJECT line and e-mail your cover letter and resume to HR@aumhc.org or you may fill out and mail/e-mail the application for employment form We offer a competitive salary and benefits package.  Aurora Mental Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer. EOE/M/F/H/V

COMMUNITY CRISIS CONNECTION
Community Crisis Connection is a private organization of six well-established nonprofit behavioral health agencies which collectively serve all nine counties in and around the metro Denver area.  CCC is part of the statewide crisis stabilization system created by the Colorado state legislature to establish a statewide crisis system that expands and enhances existing services and develops new services in order to make car readily accessible.  CCC services are provided for all ages and include crisis stabilization units, walk-in crisis centers, crisis respite and residential care,  mobile crisis services, detox centers and a crisis warm line.

As a partner in Community Crisis Connection, Aurora Mental Health is looking for dedicated team plays to help support this new venture. We are currently recruiting for the following positions:
Psychiatrist
Advanced Practice Nurses
RNs
LPNs
Program Managers, Licensed Master's or Doctorate level
Licensed Therapists, Master's or Doctorate level
Unlicensed Therapists, Master's or above
Shift Leads, Licensed Master's or Doctorate level
Clinical Case Managers/Case Managers - Bachelor's level or above
Floor Techs/Coach
Mental Health Techs

If you would like to be a part of this exciting new opportunity, please submit your cover letter and resume, along with salary requirements, to:  HR@aumhc.org.

ADULT SERVICES

Deputy Director, Asian Pacific Development Center
APDC provides integrated programs and services in behavioral health, health care and human services to the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities throughout Colorado.  This newly created position will oversee project development, management and client relations; partner with the executive director in internal firm leadership activities and agency building; build/maintain strong community relationships; manage/coordinate events fund-raising, proposal development and grant reporting; monitor budgets, etc.  Requires Master's degree in related field; licensure preferred.  Must have 7+ years' experience in a senior management position in a nonprofit or similar organization.  Must have thorough knowledge of nonprofit arena and familiarity with grants, funding sources and regulations.  Professional knowledge and experience in integrated healthcare systems a plus.  Ideal candidate will be a passionate, innovative and forward thinker.  Email cover letter and resume to: cwanifuchi@apdc.org

Program Manager, Adult and Child/Family
Full time positions available in both adult and child/family divisions.  Individuals will provide clinical and administrative supervision to multidisciplinary clinical staff to ensure efficient team operations.  Duties include: directing day-to-day operations of program; supervising staff; monitoring team functions and performance to enhance the quality of services provided to clients; operating within established budget; and ensuring compliance with clinical records standards.  Requires minimum Master's degree and professional license.  Must have five years' experience working in mental health/human services field with two years' supervisory experience.  Excellent knowledge of theoretical issues related to clinical treatment; solid management, community relations and interpersonal skills; demonstrated ability to understand and work with a culturally diverse client base; and solid knowledge of case management and care coordination required.  We encourage diversity in the workplace.  Email cover letter and resume to: HR@aumhc.org.

Therapist, Assertive Community Treatment
The ACT team is seeking a full time therapist at Intensive Services.  Master's degree required; strongly prefer licensure (LPC/LCSW).  Individual will work on a multidisciplinary team that serves adult clients with severe and persistent mental health difficulties in the community through skills-building, psychotherapy, linkage to services, benefits acquisition and navigating public transit.  Therapist will share a caseload of clients with all other ACT team members.  The location of services will primarily be clients' homes but may also include hospitals, residential facilities and other locations within the clients' communities.  Timely documentation required and strong writing skills preferred.  Must have a valid driver's license and be able to transport clients.  Email cover letter and resume to: BrianSmith@aumhc.org.

Therapists, Intake/Emergency
Full time and part time positions available on the Intake/Emergency team.  Duties include conducting intakes, evaluations and interventions.  Requires Master's degree. Crisis team experience and/or hospital prevention experience a plus.  Bilingual Spanish-English also a plus.  Various shifts.  Location:  2206 Victor St.  Email cover letter and resume to: MichaelTapp@aumhc.org.

Therapist, Bilingual, Southeast Adult
Full time bilingual (Spanish and English) therapist position available on an adult outpatient multidisciplinary team in south Aurora.  Must be experienced in working with a diverse caseload, including people with serious mental illnesses, trauma histories and high functioning professionals.  Professional license, couples therapy and group therapy experience a plus.  Some evening and Saturday work required.  Location: 11059 E. Bethany Dr. Email cover letter and resume to: JeffLongo@aumhc.org.

Therapist, North Adult
The North adult outpatient team is seeking to hire full time and part time therapists to provide individual, group and couples counseling to adults experiencing mental illness.  The position entails being able to conduct psychosocial assessments, treatment planning, provide interventions and coordinate client care within the center.  Master's degree required.  Bilingual Spanish-English a plus.  Knowledge or experience with clients with severe and persistent mental illness and substance abuse also a plus.  Location: 1646 Elmira.  Email cover letter and resume to: AnnaJetton@aumhc.org.

Integrated Care Behavioral Health Provider
Provide consultation, brief behavioral health interventions to patients and medical staff in an integrated primary care medical clinic. Minimum requirements: Master's or higher degree in Psychology/Social Work/Counseling; professional license; experience in medical setting with integrated medical/behavioral health care.  Bilingual Spanish-English a plus.  Part time benefited position, 20 hours per week.  Email cover letter and resume to: LauraRamzy@aumhc.org.

Referral Coordinator, Integrated Care
Referral coordinator needed for integrated medical/mental health clinic and innovative grant to improve health and wellness for mental health clients. Individual will schedule appointments, respond to staff and patient inquiries, answer phones, greet/check in clients, assist in flow of clinic and coordination of primary, behavioral health and research appointments and communication. Will also make appointment reminder phone calls, collect patient information, input data in electronic health records and actively participate in team and research activities.  Requires Bachelor's degree in mental health or other health-related field.  Must have excellent communication skills and ability to work well with a multidisciplinary medical/mental health team, and with patients with significant mental health conditions.  Must be flexible, patient, ethical and have strong customer service, problem solving and multi-tasking skills.  Previous experience in medical/mental health/integrated care setting strongly preferred.  Bilingual Spanish-English a plus.  Email resume to: SamiLauf@aumhc.org.


ADULT & CHILD/FAMILY SERVICES

Therapists
Full time therapist positions available for newly created adult and child outpatient multidisciplinary team providing individual, group, couples and family therapy. Must be experienced in working with a diverse caseload, including adults, children and families.  The position entails being able to conduct psychosocial assessments, treatment planning, providing interventions and coordinating client care within the Center.   Master's degree required.  Professional license and bilingual Spanish-English a plus.  Email cover letter and resume to: LisaRincon@aumhc.org.


CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES


Program Manager, Early Childhood
Early Childhood and Family Center seeking program manager to provide clinical and administrative supervision to team of early childhood mental health specialists.  Team provides a range of services including psychotherapy with young children and their families, evidence-based trauma treatment for young children, consultation in childcare settings, in-home support, evidence-based parenting classes and children's social skills groups. Candidate must have strong knowledge and experience in the area of infant and early childhood mental health and reflective practice and supervision. Duties include: directing day-to-day operations of program; supervising staff; monitoring team functions and performance to enhance the quality of services provided to clients; operating within established budget; and ensuring compliance with clinical records standards. Requires Master's degree and professional license. Must have five years' experience working in mental health/human services field with two years' supervisory experience. Excellent knowledge of theoretical issues related to clinical treatment; solid management, community relations and interpersonal skills; demonstrated ability to understand and work with a culturally diverse client base; and solid knowledge of case management and care coordination required. Location: 11059 E. Bethany Dr. Email cover letter and resume to: BetsyRogers@aumhc.org.

Program Manager, Child/Family and Adult
Full time positions available in both adult and child/family divisions.  Individuals will provide clinical and administrative supervision to multidisciplinary clinical staff to ensure efficient team operations.  Duties include: directing day-to-day operations of program; supervising staff; monitoring team functions and performance to enhance the quality of services provided to clients; operating within established budget; and ensuring compliance with clinical records standards.  Requires minimum Master's degree and professional license.  Must have five years' experience working in mental health/human services field with two years' supervisory experience.  Excellent knowledge of theoretical issues related to clinical treatment; solid management, community relations and interpersonal skills; demonstrated ability to understand and work with a culturally diverse client base; and solid knowledge of case management and care coordination required.  We encourage diversity in the workplace.  Email cover letter and resume to: HR@aumhc.org.

Therapist, Intercept Center
Full time position available for Master's level therapist to work with children ages 5 to 21 who have a developmental disability and a mental illness. Duties include conducting assessments, completing DMS diagnosis and treatment plans, formulating client treatment goals and behavior programs, providing case management and conducting therapy.  Requires Master's degree; prefer licensed or license-eligible.  Prefer previous experience working with dually disabled children.  Email cover letter and resume to: BrianTallant@aumhc.org.

Therapist, Child/Family Intensive

The Child and Family Intensive team is seeking a full time and a part time therapist to work with adults, children ages 6-18 and their families. Responsibilities include individual, family and group therapy; assessments; and case management with the community systems. Position requires a Master's degree or above; prefer licensed or and license-eligible. Bilingual Spanish-English preferred.  Email cover letter and resume to: LaneBurleigh@aumhc.org.

Therapist, Metro Children's Center
MCC is a therapeutic day treatment program for children ages 6-13 with a serious emotional disturbance.  The program is designed to build upon a child's and family's strengths and respect their cultural context and individual differences.  Clinical and educational staff work together to assist children and families in stabilizing symptoms and challenging behaviors in order to re-integrate each child successfully into a public school setting.  A full time Master's level therapist position is available.  Must be licensed or license-eligible.  Experience working children with emotional needs and learning disabilities preferred.  Location:  10782 E. Alameda.  Email cover letter and resume to: KateNielsen@aumhc.org.

Paraprofessional
Full time position for individual to provide classroom assistance in elementary and middle school day treatment program.  Requires Bachelor's degree in education, human services or related field.  Must have previous experience working with special needs children, preferably in an educational setting.  Strongly prefer CPI training.  Bilingual Spanish-English a plus but not a requirement.  Small classrooms, supportive team.  Location:  10782 E. Alameda.  Email cover letter and resume to: KateNielsen@aumhc.org.

Respite Care Providers
Respite care program providing respite to BHI 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 trained in CPR and First Aid.  Candidate must have flexibility of providing respite in their own home as well as weekends, evenings and possibly overnight visits.  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) and Colorado Department of Human Service (CDHS) Child Abuse Registry for employment clearance. The applicant must submit a motor vehicle report  of recent accidents or traffic violations.  Applicant must be willing to attend mandatory trainings and work flexible hours.  Email cover letter and resume for respite position only to: RosanneSurine@aumhc.org.

RESIDENTIAL SERVICES

Licensed Clinical Case Manager, Thomas House
Seeking licensed clinical case manager to join a multidisciplinary, structured residential hospital step-down treatment team. This program's mission is to assist adults with mental illnesses work towards living independently within the community. Primary responsibility involves close collaboration with the Veteran's Administration regarding treatment plan development for military veterans admitted to this facility. Duties also include crisis intervention therapy groups, assistance with benefits, exploring housing and employment possibilities, weekly one-on-one meetings and transportation to VA programming. Some medication monitoring may also be necessary. Position requires Master's degree plus professional license (LPC or LCSW). Must have clean driving record. Requires QMAP, CPR, First Aid and Mental Health First Aid certifications or ability to obtain. Email cover letter and resume to: MichaelOdonnell@aumhc.org.

Residential Counselor
Full time position in residential home serving adults with developmental disabilities and serious mental illness.  Duties include milieu management, skill-building, medication administration, crisis counseling and mentoring daily living skills.  Prior experience in mental health field required; experience working with DD population preferred.  Must have QMAP, CPR/First Aid certifications.  Email cover letter and resume to: AudreyBrewer@aumhc.org.

Relief Residential Counselors
Experienced, dependable, compassionate and skillful relief counselors needed for Fitzsimons Treatment Center, a short-term, unlocked residential program that houses a maximum of 16 adults with severe and chronic mental illnesses.  FTC helps these clients stabilize and return to the community and their lives following debilitating emotional crises.  Fitzsimons also serves as an alternative to psychiatric hospitalizations for clients experiencing increased symptoms and requiring additional support, structure and supervision, and is staffed by qualified mental health professionals 24 hours a day.  Ideal candidates will have a flexible schedule and salary is $12-13/hour.  Relief positions do not receive benefits but many full time, benefited staff members start as relief so advance opportunities are possible.  Individuals should have proven milieu/behavior management, communication, treatment planning and group facilitation skills.  The ideal candidates will possess a relevant Bachelor's degree or two years' experience working with relevant populations.  Must have clean driving record and applicants will undergo a criminal background check.  QMAP certification required or willingness to obtain; training is paid and provided on site.  This is an excellent opportunity for developing professional skills and growing a dynamic, multidisciplinary team.  Email cover letter and resume to: AndrewUdevitz@aumhc.org.

Mental Health Professionals
Qualified mental health professionals needed for regular weekend and weekday fill-in/relief positions.  This residential setting serves veterans and adults with persistent mental illnesses.  Duties include medication administration, milieu management, crisis counseling and mentoring daily living skills.  Prior experience working with individuals in crisis required.  Bachelor's degree and QMAP/CPR/First Aid certified preferred. Email cover letter and resume to: MichaelOdonnell@aumhc.org.


ADMINISTRATION & ANCILLARY SERVICES

Senior Database Administrator/Developer
Individual is responsible for the overall performance, maintenance and disaster recovery planning for the production database environments as well as contributing to the design, implementation and maintenance of moderately complex databases and processes in support of the Center's Information Systems Initiatives.  Duties include: performing service pack updates/hotfixes; monitoring performance/recommending upgrades; resolving performance bottlenecks; developing/maintaining TSQL code, stored procedures, functions; producing reports, etc.  Requires Bachelor's degree in computer science/information technology or equivalent experience and 6+ years' experience in Microsoft SQL Service administration (having worked with MSSQL 2008 or later - all facets - MSSQL, SSIS, SSRS, SSAS, etc.).  Must have extensive T-SQL programming and performance tuning/troubleshooting knowledge; experience with data warehousing, data integration and relational data modeling; experience with cubes, data marts and other BI related concepts/functions and excellent analytic and deductive reasoning skills.  Prefer experience working with and administering MySQL, experience with Jet Essentials/Enterprise and knowledge/experience programming in .Net, PHP, Java Script/JQuery a plus.  Email cover letter and resume to: CaseyKnutson@aumhc.org.

Administrative Support/Data Coordinator
Seeking a dynamic individual to work with the Administrative team. If you are looking to be more than an administrative assistant, then this job is for you! Duties include coordinating and/or assisting with various events and projects, e.g., Mental Health First Aid, database management, donations, 9Health Fair, conferences, wellness program and a golf tournament. Must be able to multi task and have excellent interpersonal skills to work with various staff and community members. Ideal applicant will also have excellent written and verbal skills, be detail oriented, proficient in MS Word, Outlook, Excel, Adobe Acrobat and experience in donor databases. Minimum of five years' previous admin. asst. or equivalent experience required. If you can 'get things done,' then send resume to: CindyBohl@aumhc.org.

Warehouse Sales
Join a dynamic team!  Providers' Resource Clearinghouse is a nonprofit agency that sells household and office furniture, accessories and goods.  PRC has an immediate opening for a warehouse sales person with customer service skills, great organization, ability to work with the general public and persons with disabilities.  This position requires some lifting and loading small items in vehicles.  Salary $11.50 per hour.  Full time with Mondays off!  Email resume to: RudyGlasco@aumhc.org.


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