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Employment Policies
It is the policy of Fellowship Health Resources, Inc. to hire, transfer, promote, and compensate all individuals without prejudice. Employment decisions will be made without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, ancestry, sexual orientation, disability, sex, gender, veteran status, genetics, and any other catagory protected by law. 

Waiting Period
Positions will be displayed in a visible setting for seven (7) days. No offers of employment shall be extended prior to the expiration of waiting period. All offers are to be made by appropriate personnel. Offers by those not authorized will be null and void.

Per Diem
All FHR programs may have need of Per Diem or Relief Staff from time to time. Should you be interested in such a position, please contact the appropriate Program Director to inquire about Per Diem or Relief opportunities.

Internships
All FHR programs offer school-affiliated internship opportunities. Should you be interested, please fill out this form to inquire about current internship programs available in your area.

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Career Opportunities by Region

Administration, Lincoln, RI


 

Grant Writer
Job Code:
6166
Date Posted: 8/5/14
Location: Lincoln, RI
Program: Admin
Hours per week: 40
Schedule: Monday-Friday
Job Description:
Responsibilities:
Researching, writing, proofreading, revising grants / proposals, preparing applications and attachments, budgets and submitting appeals if required.  The writer acts as a project leader coordinating with staff to submit proposals that meet all deadlines and requirements.
Qualifications: BA degree and 3 or more years of governmental grant writing experience, preferably in the behavioral health industry or social service industry. 

Forward resume to ktrudeaubouchie@fellowshiphr.org or fax 401-642-4452

 

 

 

 

Cape Cod & Islands, MA


Employment Specialist
Job Code: 6245
Date Posted: 10/6/14
Location: Falmouth, MA
Program: Cape Cod & Islands Regional Office
Hours per week: 40
Schedule: TBD
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Carries out the services of the Individual Placement and Support Program by assisting consumers in obtaining and maintaining employment that is consistent with their vocational goals and recovery.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in mental health or social services, business, personnel management, or vocational services preferred. Will consider candidate with a High School diploma and three or more years of experience in job development, job marketing, vocational services and job securing for people with severe mental illness. Knowledge of long term mental illness, including treatment and medication, and the impact of illness on vocational functioning.

 Apply online or fax 508-495-1780

Recovery Support Worker
Job Code:
6244
Date Posted: 10/2/14
Location: Nantucket, MA   
Program: DBA/CO - Fairgrounds
Hours per week: 16
Schedule: some weekends
Job Description:

Responsibilities: Will be responsible for general daily care of Program consumers.  Assists young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness in learning the necessary daily living skills to achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: High School Diploma.  One year full-time experience in providing direct care service to mentally ill consumers preferred.  Satisfactory driver’s license is required, MAP certification, CPR & First Aid is preferred.

 Apply online or fax 508-495-1780

Clinician, MA
Job Code:
6239
Date Posted: 9/24/14
Location: W. Harwich and Oak Bluffs, MA  
Program: DBA/CO Team –Lagoon Heights and TAY
Hours per week: 40
Schedule: TBD
Job Description:
Responsibilities: To provide leadership, individual family and group counseling in therapeutic setting designed to serve young adults through geriatric aged people with mental illness to facilitate recovery and achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence in one or more program(s).
Qualifications: Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology, Education - Counseling, Rehabilitative Counseling, Social Work, or closely related discipline.  A minimum of two years counseling experience working with people with mental illness chronic mentally ill adult population, experience working with people who have substance abuse and/or dependence  is preferred.
Knowledge of Diagnostic &Statistical Manual (DSM) and psychotropic medication required.  License is preferred, ASL or Spanish speaking is preferred. 

Apply online or fax 508-495-1780

 

Housing Support Supervisor
Job Code:
6204
Date Posted: 9/5/14
Location: Eastham, MA
Program: LCT - Woodward House
Hours per week: 40
Schedule: Sunday - Thursday 7:30am to 3:30 pm
Job Description:
Responsibilities:
Responsible for cleanliness and safety of the program and for general daily care of program persons served.  Assists young adult through geriatric person served with chronic mental illness in learning the necessary daily living skills to achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence for one or more programs.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in a human services related discipline, and one or more years of experience in providing direct care service to mentally ill persons served preferred.  A commitment to Community-Based Flexible Supports service.

 Apply online or fax 508-495-1780

Recovery Advocate
Job Code:
6181
Date Posted: 8/13/14
Location: Falmouth, MA         
Program: Palmer Ave.
Hours per week: 40
Schedule:
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Provides counseling and advocacy in therapeutic setting assisting young adults with serious , persistent mental illness achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.  Bilingual or ASL proficiency preferred.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in human services field is required.

 Apply online or fax 508-495-1780

Recovery Support Worker
Job Code:
6171
Date Posted: 8/8/14
Location: Eastham, MA   
Program: Lower Cape Team – Woodward House
Hours per week: 40
Schedule: Sunday - Thursday 7-3
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Will be responsible for general daily care of Program consumers.  Assists young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness in learning the necessary daily living skills to achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: High School Diploma.  One year full-time experience in providing direct care service to mentally ill consumers preferred.  Satisfactory driver’s license is required, MAP certification, CPR & First Aid is preferred.

 Apply online or fax 508-495-1780

Recovery Support Worker
Job Code:
6170
Date Posted:
Falmouth, MA   
Program: Upper Cape Team – Bayberry House
Hours per week: 40
Schedule: Sun, Mon, Tues, Fri & Sat. 3-11
Job Description:

Responsibilities: Will be responsible for general daily care of Program consumers.  Assists young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness in learning the necessary daily living skills to achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: High School Diploma.  One year full-time experience in providing direct care service to mentally ill consumers preferred.  Satisfactory driver’s license is required, MAP certification, CPR & First Aid is preferred.
Apply online or fax 508-495-1780

Clubhouse Administrative Unit Coordinator
Job Code:
6160      
Date Posted: 7/31/14
Location: Falmouth, MA
Program: Fairwinds Clubhouse
Hours per week: 20
Schedule:  Monday – Friday occasional Saturday / Holiday
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Responsible for development, organization, paper work, and service delivery of one or more assigned projects and/or core program services. These include, but are not limited to, housing, social and recreational planning, advocacy, and administration.
Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree congruent to services to be performed - Business, Counseling, Social Work, Clinical Psychology, or closely related discipline and previous human service experience preferred.  Three years supervised directly-related human service advocacy work working with an adult population or 2 years human service experience working in a clubhouse environment may be substituted for educational requirement. Computer knowledge of Publisher and Excel is required.

Apply to: tcouhig@fellowshiphr.org or fax resume to 1-508-457-7539

Recovery Advocate
Job Code:
6157
Date Posted: 7/30/14
Location: Hyannis, MA         
Program: Dorothy Bearse Apts.
Hours per week: 40
Schedule: Tues, Wed, Thur 7-3, Sat 12:30-8:30, Fri rotating 7-3 or 12:30-8:30
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Provides counseling and advocacy in therapeutic setting assisting young adults with serious , persistent mental illness achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.  Bilingual or ASL proficiency preferred.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in human services field is required.

 Apply online or fax 508-495-1780

Recovery Support Worker
Job Code:
6156
Date Posted: 7/30/14
Location: Dennisport, MA   
Program: Lower Cape Team – CL
Hours per week: 40
Schedule: Friday - Tues 3pm-11pm
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Will be responsible for general daily care of Program consumers.  Assists young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness in learning the necessary daily living skills to achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: High School Diploma.  One year full-time experience in providing direct care service to mentally ill consumers preferred.  Satisfactory driver’s license is required, MAP certification, CPR & First Aid is preferred.

 Apply online or fax 508-495-1780

 

Recovery Support Worker
Job Code: 5809
Date Posted: 6/27/13
Location: Falmouth, MA   
Program: Upper Cape Team – Bayberry House
Hours per week: 32
Schedule: Flexible but includes weekends
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Will be responsible for general daily care of Program consumers.  Assists young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness in learning the necessary daily living skills to achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: High School Diploma.  One year full-time experience in providing direct care service to mentally ill consumers preferred.  Satisfactory driver’s license is required, MAP certification, CPR & First Aid is preferred.
Apply online or fax 508-495-1780

Recovery & Support Worker
Job Code: 5901
Date Posted: 9/12/13
Location: Falmouth, MA  
Program: Upper Cape Team – Palmer Ave.
Hours per week: 16
Schedule: Weekends or 3-11
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Will be responsible for general daily care of Program consumers.  Assists young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness in learning the necessary daily living skills to achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: High School Diploma.  One year full-time experience in providing direct care service to mentally ill consumers preferred.  Satisfactory driver’s license, MAP certification, CPR & First Aid is preferred.

Apply online or fax 508-495-1780

 Psychiatrist / Medical Director - Contractual
Job Code:
5926
Date Posted: 10/3/13
Location: Cape Cod & Islands, MA
Program: CCIRO
Hours per week: 4-5 hours per week
Schedule:  On call for region, supervise CRNP
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Responsible for diagnosing and treating a variety of emotional and psychiatric disorders and conditions assisting young adult through geriatric clients with mental illness achieve social, emotional, and personal independence. Diagnosis populations served include mental illness, dual diagnosis, and substance abuse.  Responsible for ensuring psychiatric standards of care.
Qualifications: Doctorate in medicine (MD) from an accredited medical school. Successful completion of an approved residency program in adult psychiatry. Demonstrated knowledge and current competence in providing psychotherapy as evidenced by recent experience and documented training in the requested specialized psychotherapeutic treatment and participation in continuing education.  Also, meet the membership requirements of their respective licensing boards to practice independently, and have provided evidence of appropriate clinical training, supervision, and work experience. Ability to work with mental health population.  Suboxone certified.

Apply online or fax 508-495-1780

 

 

 

 

Delaware


 

Contractual Licensed Therapist (adult/child)
Job Code:
 5645

Date Posted: 01/07/2013
Location: Millsboro/Georgetown/Seaford, DE
Program: OPS
Hours per week: 24 hrs per wk
Schedule: Flexible
Job Description: 
Responsibilities: To provide leadership, individual family and group counseling in therapeutic setting designed to serve children, young adults through geriatric-aged people with mental illness to facilitate recovery and achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence in one or more program(s).

Qualifications: Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology, Education - Counseling, Rehabilitative Counseling, Social Work, or closely related discipline. A minimum of two years counseling experience working with people with mental illness, chronic mentally ill adult population, experience working with people who have substance abuse and/or dependence is preferred. License required (LCSW or LPCMH).
Apply for this position online or fax to 302-934-7318

 Community Interventionist  
Job Code:
5823

Date Posted: 6/14/13
Location: Dover, DE
Program: IOP
Hours per week: 20
Schedule: M-F 11am-7pm possible weekends
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Responsible to connect with FHR clients and their families to carry out elements of the treatment plan and provide them with the skills and support for handling day-to-day activities and social situations.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in psychology, social work and a similar human service discipline and one or more years of experience in working with children or adolescents who engage in various challenging behaviors such as aggression, self-injurious behavior etc.  Computer literacy including past experience with keyboarding, email, internet and computerized health record systems is desired.
Apply for this position online or fax to 302-934-7318

Associate Clinician O/N
Job Code: 5925
Date Posted: 10/3/13
Location: Milton, DE
Program: Taton House
Hours per week: 19
Schedule: Days, Nights, Weekends
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Will be responsible for general daily care of program clients. Provides counseling and advocacy in therapeutic setting assisting young adult through geriatric clients with chronic mental illness and co-occurring disorders, achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence in order to live in the community.
Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree in Human Service field, such as Social Work, Psychology, Rehabilitative Counseling, or closely related discipline is required. 

Apply for this position online or fax to 302-934-7318 

Psychiatrist or Nurse Practitioner-Contractor
Job Code:
5951
Date Posted: 11/6/2013
Location: Millsboro/Dover/Seaford/Georgetown OPS
Program: Mills/Dov/SF/GT-OPS
Hours per week: varies
Schedule: varies
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Assumes responsibility for nursing care of children /adolescences clients with mental illness; provides generalized and specialized care; maintains appropriate records; functions as a member of interdisciplinary team and performs related work as required by one or more program(s). Exercises independent nursing judgment.
Qualifications: Licensed Nurse Practitioner-Psychiatric certification.

Apply for this position online or fax to 302-934-7318 

 Associate Clinician 
Job Code: 6006
Date Posted: 2/6/14
Location: Georgetown, DE
Program: GTGH
Hours per week: 24
Schedule: Every other weekend 2- 12 hr. shifts
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Will be responsible for general daily care of program clients. Provides counseling and advocacy in therapeutic setting assisting young adult through geriatric clients with chronic mental illness and co-occurring disorders, achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence in order to live in the community.
Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree in Human Service field, such as Social Work, Psychology, Rehabilitative Counseling, or closely related discipline is required. 

Apply for this position online or fax to 302-934-7318 

 

 

Fall River, MA

Sr. Recovery Advocate
Job Code:
6257
Date Posted: 10/20/14
Location: Fall River
Program: Fall River South Team
Hours per week: 40
Schedule: Monday – Friday 8am – 4 pm
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Responsible for cleanliness and safety of the program and for general daily care of program persons served.  Assists young adult through geriatric person served with chronic mental illness in learning the necessary daily living skills to achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in a human services related discipline, and one or more years of experience in providing direct care service to mentally ill persons served preferred.  A commitment to Community-Based Flexible Supports service.

Apply for this position online or fax to 1-508-324-4137
 

Recovery Support Worker
Job Code: 6232
Date Posted: 09/23/14
Location: Fall River
Program: Fall River Network-North Team
Hours per week: 2
Schedule: 
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Provide general daily care of program consumers. Assists young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness in learning the necessary daily living skills to achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: High School diploma. One year full-time experience in providing direct care services to mentally ill people preferred.  Valid driver’s license is required.

Apply for this position online or fax to 1-508-324-4137

Recovery Support Worker
Job Code: 6231
Date Posted: 09/23/14
Location: Fall River
Program: Fall River Network-North Team
Hours per week: 40
Schedule:  Tuesday-Saturday 2-10
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Provide general daily care of program consumers. Assists young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness in learning the necessary daily living skills to achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: High School diploma. One year full-time experience in providing direct care services to mentally ill people preferred.  Valid driver’s license is required.

Apply for this position online or fax to 1-508-324-4137

Recovery Advocate
Job Code:
6216
Date Posted: 9/15/14
Location: Fall River, MA         
Program: Fall River South Team
Hours per week: 40
Schedule:  Sun-Wed 8-4, Thur 1-9
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Provides counseling and advocacy in therapeutic setting assisting young adults with serious , persistent mental illness achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.  Bilingual or ASL proficiency preferred.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in human services field is required.

Apply for this position online or fax to 1-508-324-4137

Recovery Support Worker
Job Code: 6209
Date Posted: 9/11/14
Location: Fall River
Program: Fall River Network-South Team
Hours per week: 16
Schedule:  Sun and Mon  2pm - 10pm
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Provide general daily care of program consumers. Assists young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness in learning the necessary daily living skills to achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: High School diploma. One year full-time experience in providing direct care services to mentally ill people preferred.  Valid driver’s license is required.

Apply for this position online or fax to 1-508-324-4137

Recovery Advocate
Job Code:
6203
Date Posted: 9/5/14
Location: Fall River, MA         
Program: Fall River North Team
Hours per week: 40
Schedule:
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Provides counseling and advocacy in therapeutic setting assisting young adults with serious , persistent mental illness achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.  Bilingual or ASL proficiency preferred.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in human services field is required.

Apply for this position online or fax to 1-508-324-4137 

 

Recovery Support Worker O/N
Job Code:
6179 
Date Posted: 8/13/14
Location: Fall River
Program: Fall River Network-North Team
Hours per week: 40
Schedule:   Sun - Wed. 10pm - 8am
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Provide general daily care of program consumers. Assists young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness in learning the necessary daily living skills to achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: High School diploma. One year full-time experience in providing direct care services to mentally ill people preferred.  Valid driver’s license is required.

Apply for this position online or fax to 1-508-324-4137

Recovery Support Worker
Job Code: 6178
Date Posted: 08/13/14
Location: Fall River
Program: Fall River Network-North Team
Hours per week: 23
Schedule: 
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Provide general daily care of program consumers. Assists young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness in learning the necessary daily living skills to achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: High School diploma. One year full-time experience in providing direct care services to mentally ill people preferred.  Valid driver’s license is required.

Apply for this position online or fax to 1-508-324-4137

 

Recovery Support Worker
Job Code: 6085
Date Posted: 5/7/14
Location: Fall River
Program: Fall River Network-North Team
Hours per week: 30
Schedule:  Sun 8-2, Mon-Wed. 2-10
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Provide general daily care of program consumers. Assists young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness in learning the necessary daily living skills to achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: High School diploma. One year full-time experience in providing direct care services to mentally ill people preferred.  Valid driver’s license is required.

Apply for this position online or fax to 1-508-324-4137

 

Certified Peer Specialist
Job Code:
6072
Date Posted: 4/29/14
Location: Fall River, MA
Program: Fall River North/South Teams
Hours per week: 40
Schedule:  Monday – Friday, flexible
Job Description:
Responsibilities:
Responsible for providing support services to young adults through geriatric consumers with severe and persistent mental illness in the different stages of Recovery.
Qualifications: High School diploma is required, AA or BA in Human Service field preferred.  Person with life experiences required (defined as having been treated for mental illness and or substance abuse). Crisis Intervention experience preferred. 
Certified as a Peer Specialist required.

Apply for this position online or fax to 1-508-324-4137.

Team Leader
Job Code:
6068
Date Posted: 4/16/14
Location: Fall River
Program: Fall River Network-North Team
Hours per week: 40
Schedule:  Monday – Friday 8am – 4pm
Job Description:
Responsibilities:
Leads, manages, and provides daily supervision of programs, as well as communicates agency vision and implements strategic initiatives within the region.  Assures that the appropriate services and supports are offered to person serviced based on the guiding principles of PRISM.
Qualifications: Advanced educational in counseling, social work, clinical psychology, or closely related discipline.  Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred.  Minimally, three or more years of behavioral health experience required; however, management experience preferred.  Computer literacy required.

Apply for this position online or fax to 1-508-324-4137.

Licensed Clinician
Job Code: 5978
Job Posted: 12/17/13
Location: Fall River
Program: North Team
Hours per week: 40
Schedule: M - F 8 - 4 No on call, no weekends and no holidays
Job Description: This is a salaried position.
Responsibilities: To provide leadership, individual and group counseling in therapeutic setting designed to serve young adults through geriatric consumers and substance abuse consumers with chronic mental illness to achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence in one or more program(s). Services are provided in both residential and community based setting.
Qualifications: Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology, counseling, rehabilitative counseling, substance abuse counseling, social work, or closely related discipline. A minimum of two years counseling experience working with chronic mentally ill adult population. Licensed practitioner of the Healing Arts is required.
Knowledge of Diagnostic & Statistical Manual (DSM) of Mental Disorders and its clinical application; knowledge of practice of well established accepted practices and evidence based clinical intervention methods and their appropriate applications (i.e., Motivational Interviewing, CBT, and DBT)
Apply for this position online or fax to 1-508-324-4137.

Recovery Support Worker
Job Code: 5711
Date Posted: 4/5/13
Location: Fall River, MA
Program: Fall River Network-North Team
Hours per week: 1
Schedule:
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Provide general daily care of program consumers. Assists young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness in learning the necessary daily living skills to achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence for one or more program(s).
Qualifications: High School diploma. One year full-time experience in providing direct care services to mentally ill people preferred.
Apply for this position online or fax to 1-508-324-4137. 

Recovery Support Worker
Job Code:
5743
Date Posted: 5/3/13
Location: Fall River
Program: Fall River Network-South Team
Hours per week: 40
Schedule: Tuesday - Saturday 2-10
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Provide general daily care of program consumers. Assists young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness in learning the necessary daily living skills to achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: High School diploma. One year full-time experience in providing direct care services to mentally ill people preferred.  Valid driver’s license required.
Apply for this position online or fax to 1-508-324-4137


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Maine


Mental Health Assistant
Job Code:
6258
Date Posted: 10/20/14
Location: Bangor, ME
Program: BR
Hours per week: 32
Schedule:
Job Description:

Responsibilities: Provide general daily care of program consumers. Assists young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness in learning the necessary daily living skills to achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: High School diploma. One year full-time experience in providing direct care services to mentally ill people preferred.

Apply for this position online or fax to 207-947-9633.

Residential RN
Job Code:
6248
Date Posted: 10/8/14
Location: Bangor, ME
Program: BR and RS
Hours per week: 8
Schedule: Varies
Job Description:
Responsibilities:
Assumes responsibility for nursing care to all group home residential programs for young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness; provides generalized and specialized care; maintains appropriate records; functions as a member of interdisciplinary team and performs related work as required.  Oversees the maintenance of medical records and compliance with state regulations and CARF. Exercises independent nursing judgment.
Qualifications: Associates or Baccalaureate of higher degree in nursing and licensed by the state, commonwealth, or territory to practice nursing.  Two years experience providing direct clinical services to adults with mental illness as well as two years management experience preferred.  Newly licensed candidates will be considered after comprehensive review of training, experience, and demonstrated competence.  Medical experience is preferred

Apply for this position online or fax to 207-947-9633

Mental Health Assistant
Job Code:
6229
Date Posted: 9/19/14
Location: Bangor, ME
Program: RS
Hours per week: 8
Schedule: Friday 12:30 - 8:30
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Provide general daily care of program consumers. Assists young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness in learning the necessary daily living skills to achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: High School diploma. One year full-time experience in providing direct care services to mentally ill people preferred.

Apply for this position online or fax to 207-947-9633.

 Mental Health Assistant
Job Code:
6148
Date Posted: 7/16/14
Location: Bangor, ME
Program: BR
Hours per week:1
Schedule:
Job Description:

Responsibilities: Provide general daily care of program consumers. Assists young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness in learning the necessary daily living skills to achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: High School diploma. One year full-time experience in providing direct care services to mentally ill people preferred.

Apply for this position online or fax to 207-947-9633.

Mental Health Assistant
Job Code:
6121
Date Posted: 6/5/14
Location: Bangor, ME
Program: RS
Hours per week: 8
Schedule: Sat 8am-4pm
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Provide general daily care of program consumers. Assists young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness in learning the necessary daily living skills to achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: High School diploma. One year full-time experience in providing direct care services to mentally ill people preferred.

Apply for this position online or fax to 207-947-9633.

 

 

 

 

 

New Bedford, MA


Rehab & Recovery Group Facilitator
Job Code:
6259
Date Posted: 10/20/14
Location: Wareham, MA
Program: TRP
Hours per week: 40
Schedule: M-F 8:30-4:30
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Assumes overall responsibility for the leadership, direction, vision, coordination and supervision of the structured rehabilitation and recovery group programs.  Ensures implementation of responsible clinical and management practice congruent with Agency mission, which results in high quality service to persons served and sound fiscal management.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in education--counseling, rehabilitative counseling, social work, clinical psychology or closely related discipline preferred. In lieu of education, two years supervised directly related work experience may substitute for educational requirement. Experience in running groups and activity programs.

Apply for this position online or fax to 508-994-5264

Recovery Advocate
Job Code:
6255
Date Posted: 10/20/14
Location: New Bedford, MA
Program: New Bedford South Team – County/Purchase St.
Hours per week: 40
Schedule:   Days, weekends, night time 
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Provides counseling and advocacy in therapeutic setting assisting young adults through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in human services field is required.  Spanish, Portuguese speaking preferred but not required.

 Apply for this position online or fax to 508-994-5264

Recovery Advocate
Job Code:
6254
Date Posted: 10/20/14
Location: New Bedford, MA
Program: New Bedford North Team – Acushnet Ave.
Hours per week: 40
Schedule: Sunday - Thursday   Days / evenings
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Provides counseling and advocacy in therapeutic setting assisting young adults through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in human services field is required

 Apply for this position online or fax to 508-994-5264

 

Recovery Support Worker O/N
Date Posted: 10/20/14
Job Code: 
6253 & 6256 
Hours:
40 each
Location:  Wareham, MA
Program: 
TRP
Schedule:
Job Description:
Responsibilities:
Provide general daily care of program consumers. Assist young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness in learning the necessary daily living skills to achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications:
High School diploma, experience in mental health field preferred.
Apply for this position online or fax to 508-994-5264.

 

Recovery Support Worker O/N
Date Posted: 10/10/14
Job Code:  6250
Hours: 40

Location:  New Bedford, MA
Program:  NB North - Belair St.

Schedule:
Job Description:
Responsibilities:
Provide general daily care of program consumers. Assist young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness in learning the necessary daily living skills to achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications:
High School diploma, experience in mental health field preferred.
Apply for this position online or fax to 508-994-5264.

Recovery Support Worker
Job Code: 6249
Date Posted: 10/10/14
Location: New Bedford, MA
Program: New Bedford North - Belair St.
Hours per week: 24  
Schedule: evenings and weekends
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Provide general daily care of program consumers. Assist young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness in learning the necessary daily living skills to achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: High School diploma, experience in mental health field preferred.
Apply for this position online or fax to 508-994-5264.

Recovery Advocate
Job Code:
6240
Date Posted: 9/30/14
Location: New Bedford, MA
Program: New Bedford North Team – Mill Rd.
Hours per week: 40
Schedule: Sunday - Thursday   Days 7-3/ evenings 2-10
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Provides counseling and advocacy in therapeutic setting assisting young adults through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in human services field is required

 Apply for this position online or fax to 508-994-5264

 

Program Clinicians
Job Code:
6236 and 6238
Date Posted:
9/24/14
Location:
Wareham, MA
Program:
TRP
Hours per week:
40 each
Schedule:
Days, evenings, weekends, on call
Job Description:
Responsibilities: 
To provide leadership, individual and group counseling in therapeutic settingdesigned to serve young adults through geriatric consumers and substanceabuse consumers with chronic mental illness to achieve social, economic, emotional,and personal independence.
Qualifications:
Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology, counseling, rehabilitative counseling, substance abuse counseling, social work, or closely related discipline.  A minimum of two years counseling experience working with chronic mentally ill adult population.  Licensed practitioner of the Healing Arts is preferred.  Knowledge of Diagnostic & Statistical Manual (DSM) of Mental Disorders and its clinical application; knowledge and practice of well established accepted practices and evidence based clinical intervention methods and their appropriate applications (i.e., Motivational Interviewing, CBT, and DBT)

 

Apply for this position online or fax to 508-994-5264.

Recovery Support Worker
Job Code:
6234
Date Posted:
9/23/14
Location:
Wareham, MA
Program:
TRP
Hours per week: 
40 
Schedule:
Days, evenings weekends
Job Description:
Responsibilities:
Provide general daily care of program consumers. Assist young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness in learning the necessary daily living skills to achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence. Qualifications: High School diploma, experience in mental health field preferred.
Apply for this position online or fax to 508-994-5264. 

 

Recovery Support Worker
Job Code: 6235
Date Posted: 9/23/2014
Location: Wareham, MA
Program: TRP
Hours per week:  40  
Schedule: Days, evenings weekends
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Provide general daily care of program consumers. Assist young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness in learning the necessary daily living skills to achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence. Qualifications: High School diploma, experience in mental health field preferred.
Apply for this position online or fax to 508-994-5264. 

 

Program Nurse
Job Code:
6233
Date Posted: 9/23/14
Location: New Bedford, MA
Program: New Bedford North Team
Hours per week: 38
Schedule: Days, evenings, weekends
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Assumes responsibility for nursing care of young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness; provides generalized and specialized care; maintains appropriate records; functions as a member of interdisciplinary team and performs related work as required.  Exercises independent nursing judgment.
Qualifications: Graduate of accredited RN program.  One year professional experience  in mental health facility preferred.  Medical/surgical experience is preferred.  Board of Registered Nurses with current state license.

Apply for this position online or fax to 508-994-5264.

 

Recovery Advocate
Job Code:
6221
Date Posted: 9/19/14
Location: New Bedford, MA
Program: New Bedford North Team – Belair St.
Hours per week: 40
Schedule: Tuesday - Sat - evenings and days
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Provides counseling and advocacy in therapeutic setting assisting young adults through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in human services field is required

 Apply for this position online or fax to 508-994-5264

Recovery Advocate
Job Code:
6220
Date Posted: 9/18/14
Location: New Bedford, MA
Program: New Bedford North Team – Mill Rd.
Hours per week: 40
Schedule: Sunday - Thursday
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Provides counseling and advocacy in therapeutic setting assisting young adults through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in human services field is required

 Apply for this position online or fax to 508-994-5264

Team Leader
Job Code:
6219
Date Posted: 9/18/14
Location: New Bedford
Program: SEMT
Hours per week: 40
Schedule:  Monday – Friday On call rotating schedule 
Job Description:
Responsibilities:
Leads, manages, and provides daily supervision of program, as well as communicates agency vision and implements strategic initiatives within the region.  Assures that the appropriate services and supports are offered to person serviced based on the guiding principles of PRISM.
Qualifications: Advanced education in counseling, social work, clinical psychology, or closely related discipline.  Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred.  Minimally, three or more years of behavioral health experience required; however, management experience preferred.  Computer literacy required.

 Apply for this position online or fax to 508-994-5264
 
Recovery Advocate
Job Code: 6176
Date Posted: 8/8/14
Location: Wareham, MA
Program: TRP
Hours per week: 40
Schedule: Days, evenings and weekends
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Provides counseling and advocacy in therapeutic setting assisting young adults through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in human services field is required

  Apply for this position online or fax to 508-994-5264

Recovery Advocate
Job Code:
6175
Date Posted: 8/8/14
Location: New Bedford, MA
Program: New Bedford South Team – Fair St.
Hours per week: 40
Schedule: Days, evenings and weekends
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Provides counseling and advocacy in therapeutic setting assisting young adults through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in human services field is required

 Apply for this position online or fax to 508-994-5264

Recovery Advocate
Job Code:
6174
Date Posted: 8/8/14
Location: New Bedford, MA
Program: New Bedford South Team – Hall St.
Hours per week: 40
Schedule: Days, evenings and weekends
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Provides counseling and advocacy in therapeutic setting assisting young adults through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in human services field is required

 Apply for this position online or fax to 508-994-5264

Housing Support Supervisor
Job Code:
6173
Date Posted: 8/8/14
Location: New Bedford
Program: New Bedford North – Acushnet Ave.
Hours per week: 40
Schedule: Evenings /Days / Weekends
Job Description:
Responsibilities:
Responsible for cleanliness and safety of the program and for general daily care of program persons served.  Assists young adult through geriatric person served with chronic mental illness in learning the necessary daily living skills to achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence for one or more programs.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in a human services related discipline, and one or more years of experience in providing direct care service to mentally ill persons served preferred.  A commitment to Community-Based Flexible Supports service.

Apply for this position online or fax to 508-994-5264.

Recovery Advocate

Job Code: 6153
Date Posted: 7/25/14
Location: New Bedford, MA
Program: New Bedford South Team – Purchase St.
Hours per week: 40
Schedule: Days, evenings and weekends
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Provides counseling and advocacy in therapeutic setting assisting young adults through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in human services field is required

 Apply for this position online or fax to 508-994-5264

Recovery Advocate
Job Code: 6137
Date Posted: 7/3/14
Location: Wareham, MA
Program: TRP
Hours per week: 40
Schedule: Days, evenings and weekends
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Provides counseling and advocacy in therapeutic setting assisting young adults through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in human services field is required

 Apply for this position online or fax to 508-994-5264

Recovery Support Worker O/N

Date Posted: 5/14/14
Job Code and Hours per week:
6097 - 8 hrs, 6099 - 24 hrs
Location:  Wareham, MA
Program:  TRP
Schedule: Days, evenings weekends
Job Description:
Responsibilities:
Provide general daily care of program consumers. Assist young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness in learning the necessary daily living skills to achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications:
High School diploma, experience in mental health field preferred.
Apply for this position online or fax to 508-994-5264.

 

Program Nurse

Job Code: 6237
Date Posted: 9/24/14
Location: Wareham, MA
Program: TRP
Hours per week: 40
Schedule: Days, evenings, weekends
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Assumes responsibility for nursing care of young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness; provides generalized and specialized care; maintains appropriate records; functions as a member of interdisciplinary team and performs related work as required.  Exercises independent nursing judgment.
Qualifications: Graduate of accredited RN program.  One year professional experience  in mental health facility preferred.  Medical/surgical experience is preferred.  Board of Registered Nurses with current state license.

Apply for this position online or fax to 508-994-5264.  

 
 
Recovery Support Worker
Job Code: 6090
Date Posted: 5/9/2014
Location: Wareham, MA
Program: TRP
Hours per week:  40  
Schedule: Days, evenings weekends
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Provide general daily care of program consumers. Assist young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness in learning the necessary daily living skills to achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence. Qualifications: High School diploma, experience in mental health field preferred.

Apply for this position online or fax to 508-994-5264. 

 

Recovery Support Worker - Overnight

Job Code: 5690
Date Posted: 3/8/2013
Location: Wareham, MA
Program: TRP
Hours per week:  18  
Schedule: Overnight Shift
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Provide general daily care of program consumers. Assist young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness in learning the necessary daily living skills to achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: High School diploma, experience in mental health field preferred.
Apply for this position online or fax to 508-994-5264.  

 

Recovery Support Worker
Job Code:
5922
Date Posted: 10/3/2013
Location: New Bedford, MA
Program: New Bedford North – Mill Rd.
Hours per week: 29
Schedule:  Weekends & evenings 
Job Description:
Responsibilities:
Provide general daily care of program consumers. Assist young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness in learning the necessary daily living skills to achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence. 
Qualifications: High School diploma, experience in mental health field preferred.

Apply for this position online or fax to 508-994-5264

  Recovery Support Worker
Job Code:
5936
Date Posted: 10/17/13
Location: New Bedford, MA
Program: New Bedford South – Hall St.
Hours per week: 9
Schedule: Flexible - evenings and weekends
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Provide general daily care of program consumers. Assist young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness in learning the necessary daily living skills to achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence. 
Qualifications: High School diploma, experience in mental health field preferred.

Apply for this position online or fax to 508-994-5264

Recovery Support Worker
Job Code:
5959
Date Posted: 11/19/2013
Location: New Bedford, MA
Program: NB North Team – Acushnet Ave.
Hours per week: 23
Schedule: Evenings / weekends
Job Description:
Responsibilities:
Provide general daily care of program consumers. Assist young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness in learning the necessary daily living skills to achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: High School diploma, experience in mental health field preferred.

Apply for this position online or fax to 508-994-5264 

Recovery Advocate

Job Code: 6009
Date Posted: 2/7/14
Location: New Bedford, MA
Program: New Bedford South Team – Hall St.
Hours per week: 40
Schedule: Days, evenings and weekends
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Provides counseling and advocacy in therapeutic setting assisting young adults through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in human services field is required

 Apply for this position online or fax to 508-994-5264

Recovery Support Worker O/N
Job Code:
6050

Date Posted: 4/7/14
Location: Wareham, MA
Program: TRP
Hours per week: 22
Schedule:  Days, Evenings, Weekends
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Provide general daily care of program consumers. Assist young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness in learning the necessary daily living skills to achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.

Qualifications: High School diploma, experience in mental health field preferred.
Apply for this position online or fax to 508-994-5264

 

 

 

North Carolina


Case Manager
Job Code: 6252

Date Posted: 10/17/14
Location: Raleigh, NC
Program: Drop In Center
Hours per week: 40
Schedule: Monday - Friday  8-4 
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Provides counseling and advocacy in therapeutic setting assisting young adult through geriatric clients with chronic mental illness and co-occurring disorders, achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence in order to live in the community.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree with experience writing treatment plans and working with MH population is required. 

Apply for this position online or fax 919-573-6555    

ACTT Program Assistant
Job Code:
6247
Date Posted: 10/7/14
Location: Raleigh, NC
Program: WCACTT
Hours per week:
40
Schedule: M-F 8:30 – 4:30
Job Description:
Responsibilities:
Support member of the multidisciplinary team, responsible for providing word processing, general clerical and receptionist support.  Responsibilities will include triaging calls, coordinating communication between the team and consumers, deescalating situations with consumers who are experiencing an increase in symptomatology, and maintaining/filing chart and billing information.
Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree in human services field or Assoc. Degree in human services field plus one year directly related to medical office work, a high school diploma with 3 years medical office work experience.

Apply for this position online or fax 919-573-6555  

Peer Support Specialist
Job Code: 6246

Date Posted: 10/7/14
Location: Raleigh, NC
Program: WCACTT
Hours per week: 40
Schedule: M-F 8:30-4:30   
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Responsible for providing support services to young adults through geriatric consumers with severe and persistent mental illness in the different stages of recovery.

Qualifications: High School diploma required, AA or BA in Human Service field preferred.  Person with life experiences required (defined as having been treated for Mental Illness and or substance abuse). Peer Support Certification or in process of certification preferred.  
Apply for this position online or fax 919-573-6555  

Clinician - Contractual
Job Code: 6243

Date Posted: 10/2/14
Location: Raleigh, NC
Program: Outpatient Services
Hours per week: 29 hours.
Schedule: Flexible    
Job Description:
Responsibilities: To provide leadership, individual family and group counseling in therapeutic setting designed to serve young adults through geriatric aged people with mental illness to facilitate recovery and achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology, Education - Counseling, Rehabilitative Counseling, Social Work, or closely related discipline.  Forensic/ correctional experience is required and two years counseling experience working with people with mental illness chronic mentally ill adult population, experience working with people who have substance abuse and/or dependence is preferred.  License (LCSW) eligible is required; license is preferred.

 Apply for this position online or fax 919-573-6555

 

Clinician - Contractual
Job Code: 6242

Date Posted: 10/02/14
Location: Raleigh, NC
Program: Outpatient Services
Hours per week: 20 hrs.
Schedule: Flexible    
Job Description:
Responsibilities: To provide leadership, individual family and group counseling in therapeutic setting designed to serve young adults through geriatric aged people with mental illness to facilitate recovery and achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology, Education - Counseling, Rehabilitative Counseling, Social Work, or closely related discipline.  Forensic/ correctional experience is required and two years counseling experience working with people with mental illness chronic mentally ill adult population, experience working with people who have substance abuse and/or dependence is preferred.  License eligible is required; license is preferred.

 Apply for this position online or fax 919-573-6555

Lead Case Manager
Job Code: 6228

Date Posted: 9/18/14
Location: Raleigh, NC
Program: WCFPR
Hours per week: 40
Schedule: Monday - Friday  Flexible 
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Provides counseling and advocacy in therapeutic setting assisting young adult through geriatric clients with chronic mental illness and co-occurring disorders, achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence in order to live in the community.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree with previous forensic experience is required. 

 Apply for this position online or fax 919-573-6555

 

Certified Peer Specialist
Job Code:
6226
Date Posted: 9/18/14
Location: Raleigh, NC
Program: WCFPR
Hours per week: 40
Schedule: Monday thru Friday Flexible    
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Responsible for providing support services to young adults through geriatric consumers with severe and persistent mental illness in the different stages of Recovery.
Qualifications: High School diploma required, AA or BA in Human Service field preferred.  Person with life experiences required (defined as having been treated for Mental Illness and or substance abuse). Peer Support Certification or in process of certification preferred.  

 Apply for this position online or fax 919-573-6555 

 

Registered Nurse
Job Code:
6192
Date Posted:08/18/2014
Raleigh, NC
Program: ACTT
Hours per week: 40
Schedule: Monday-Friday 8:30 am – 4:30 pm    
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Assumes responsibility for nursing care for young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness; provides generalized and specialized care; maintains appropriate records; functions as a member of interdisciplinary team and performs related work as required.  Oversees the maintenance of medical records and compliance with state regulations and CARF. Exercises independent nursing judgment. 

Qualifications: Qualified by an approved school of nursing program or baccalaureate of higher degree in nursing and licensed by the state, commonwealth, or territory to practice nursing.  Two years’ experience providing direct clinical services to adults with mental illness is preferred.  Newly licensed candidates will be considered after comprehensive review of training, experience, and demonstrated competence.  Medical experience is preferred.  Must be comfortable working in client’s homes.
Apply for this position online or fax 919-573-6555.

Peer Support Specialist

Job Code: 6162
Date Posted: 8/4/14
Location: Raleigh, NC
Program: SAIOP & Forensic Services
Hours per week: 20
Schedule: Flexible based upon need
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Responsible for providing support services to young adults through geriatric consumers with severe and persistent mental illness in the different stages of Recovery.

Qualifications: High School diploma required, AA or BA in Human Service field preferred.  Person with life experiences required (defined as having been treated for Mental Illness and or substance abuse). Peer Support Certification or in process of certification preferred.
Apply for this position online or fax 919-573-6555 

 

Registered Nurse
Job Code:
5689

Date Posted: 3/5/2013
Location: Raleigh, NC
Program: ACTT
Hours per week: 16
Schedule: Monday and Tuesday 8:30 am – 4:30 pm    
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Assumes responsibility for nursing care for young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness; provides generalized and specialized care; maintains appropriate records; functions as a member of interdisciplinary team and performs related work as required.  Oversees the maintenance of medical records and compliance with state regulations and CARF. Exercises independent nursing judgment. 

Qualifications: Qualified by an approved school of nursing program or baccalaureate of higher degree in nursing and licensed by the state, commonwealth, or territory to practice nursing.  Two years’ experience providing direct clinical services to adults with mental illness is preferred.  Newly licensed candidates will be considered after comprehensive review of training, experience, and demonstrated competence.  Medical experience is preferred.  Must be comfortable working in client’s homes.
Apply for this position online or fax 919-573-6555.

 Registered Nurse
Job Code:
5738

Date Posted: 5/3/2013
Location: Raleigh, NC
Program: Forensic Services
Hours per week: 20
Schedule: Monday - Friday    
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Assumes responsibility for nursing care for young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness; provides generalized and specialized care; maintains appropriate records; functions as a member of interdisciplinary team and performs related work as required.  Oversees the maintenance of medical records and compliance with state regulations and CARF. Exercises independent nursing judgment. 

Qualifications: Qualified by an approved school of nursing program or baccalaureate of higher degree in nursing and licensed by the state, commonwealth, or territory to practice nursing.  Two years’ experience providing direct clinical services to adults with mental illness is preferred.  Newly licensed candidates will be considered after comprehensive review of training, experience, and demonstrated competence.  Medical experience is preferred.  Willingness to work with forensic population.   
Apply for this position online or fax 919-573-6555  

  Peer Support Specialist
Job Code: 5825

Date Posted: 6/14/13
Location: Raleigh, NC
Program: Drop-In Center
Hours per week: 20
Schedule: Flexible    
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Responsible for providing support services to young adults through geriatric consumers with severe and persistent mental illness in the different stages of Recovery.

Qualifications: High School diploma required, AA or BA in Human Service field preferred.  Person with life experiences required (defined as having been treated for Mental Illness and or substance abuse). Peer Support Certification or in process of certification preferred.  
Apply for this position online or fax 919-573-6555   

Forensic Clinician - Contractual
Job Code:
5914
Date Posted: 9/26/13
Location: Raleigh, NC
Program: Forensic Services
Hours per week: Up to 30 hrs.
Schedule: Flexible    
Job Description:
Responsibilities: To provide leadership, individual family and group counseling in therapeutic setting designed to serve young adults through geriatric aged people with mental illness to facilitate recovery and achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology, Education - Counseling, Rehabilitative Counseling, Social Work, or closely related discipline.  Forensic/ correctional experience is required and two years counseling experience working with people with mental illness chronic mentally ill adult population, experience working with people who have substance abuse and/or dependence is preferred.  License eligible is required; license is preferred.

 Apply for this position online or fax 919-573-6555
 

 

 

 

Pennsylvania


 

ACTT Program Assistant
Job Code:
6251
Date Posted: 10/17/14
Location: Phoenixville, PA
Program: CCACTT
Hours per week:
40
Schedule: M-F 9-5
Job Description:
Responsibilities:
Support member of the multidisciplinary team, responsible for providing word processing, general clerical and receptionist support.  Responsibilities will include triaging calls, coordinating communication between the team and consumers, deescalating situations with consumers who are experiencing an increase in symptomatology, and maintaining/filing chart and billing information.
Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree in human services field or Assoc. Degree in human services field plus one year directly related to medical office work, a high school diploma with 3 years medical office work experience.

Apply for this position online or fax to 610-415-1656 

Psych Rehab Worker
Job Code:
6212
Date Posted: 9/11/14
Location: Phoenixville, PA
Program: CCPR
Hours per week: 40
Schedule: Monday – Friday 8-4  Weekends/evenings as scheduled
Job Description                                  
Responsibilities:
To provide psychiatric rehabilitation with a recovery-oriented rehabilitation program model for individuals with serious and persistent mental illness and co-occurring disorders.  The Psychiatric Rehabilitation Worker works in conjunction with other PRS staff to help facilitate client progress toward recovery-based rehabilitation goals.  The Psychiatric Rehabilitation Worker duties include provision of psycho-educational and skill building activities, both on site and in the community, that addresses client life domains, which include but need not be limited to:

  • physical and psychological wellness;
  • activities of daily living;
  • instrumental activities of daily living;
  • interpersonal skills and relationship-building;
  • prevocational readiness and community connectedness; and
  • cultural and spiritual development

Qualifications: A bachelor’s degree and 2 years work experience in mental health direct services, 1 year which must be work experience in PRS. CPRP certification is preferred or must be attained within 2 years of hire.

Apply for this position online or fax to 610-415-1656

Vocational Specialist
Job Code:
6201
Date Posted: 9/3/14
Location: Phoenixville, PA
Program: CCACTT
Hours per week: 40
Schedule: M-F  9-5 
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Provides psychiatric rehabilitation, vocational development and individual counseling in a therapeutic setting assisting mentally ill adult consumers achieve sound, economic, emotional and personal independence.
Qualifications: Master’s Degree in rehabilitation counseling or related field.  Bachelor’s Degree may be considered with advanced work experience.  For M. A. candidates, at least one year of supervised experience providing individualized job development and supported employment on behalf of consumers with physical or mental disabilities.  Two year’s supervised work experience for B.A. candidate.

Apply for this position online or fax to 610-415-1656

Registered Nurse
Job Code:
6202
Date Posted: 9/3/14
Location: Phoenixville, PA
Program: CCACTT
Hours per week: 40
Schedule: M-F    
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Assumes responsibility for nursing care for young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness; provides generalized and specialized care; maintains appropriate records; functions as a member of interdisciplinary team and performs related work as required.  Oversees the maintenance of medical records and compliance with state regulations and CARF. Exercises independent nursing judgment.
Qualifications: Qualified by an approved school of nursing program or baccalaureate of higher degree in nursing and licensed by the state, commonwealth, or territory to practice nursing.  Two years’ experience providing direct clinical services to adults with mental illness is preferred.  Newly licensed candidates will be considered after comprehensive review of training, experience, and demonstrated competence.  Medical experience is preferred. 

Apply for this position online or fax to 610-415-1656

Psych Rehab Worker
Job Code:
6184
Date Posted: 8/13/14
Location: Phoenixville, PA
Program: CCPR
Hours per week: 20
Schedule: Monday – Friday Flexible
Job Description                                  
Responsibilities:
To provide psychiatric rehabilitation with a recovery-oriented rehabilitation program model for individuals with serious and persistent mental illness and co-occurring disorders.  The Psychiatric Rehabilitation Worker works in conjunction with other PRS staff to help facilitate client progress toward recovery-based rehabilitation goals.  The Psychiatric Rehabilitation Worker duties include provision of psycho-educational and skill building activities, both on site and in the community, that addresses client life domains, which include but need not be limited to:

  • physical and psychological wellness;
  • activities of daily living;
  • instrumental activities of daily living;
  • interpersonal skills and relationship-building;
  • prevocational readiness and community connectedness; and
  • cultural and spiritual development

Qualifications: A bachelor’s degree and 2 years work experience in mental health direct services, 1 year which must be work experience in PRS. CPRP certification is preferred or must be attained within 2 years of hire.

Apply for this position online or fax to 610-415-1656

 Licensed Clinician-Contractor
Job Code: 
5271

Date Posted: 11/8/2011
Location: Phoenixville, PA
Program: Chester County-Outpatient 
Hours per week: 40
Schedule: Monday-Friday
Job Description: 
Responsibilities: To provide leadership, individual and group counseling in therapeutic setting designed to serve young adults through geriatric consumers and substance abuse consumers with chronic mental illness to achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence in one or more program(s). 

Qualifications: Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology, counseling, rehabilitative counseling, substance abuse counseling, social work, or closely related discipline.  A minimum of two years counseling experience working with chronic mentally ill adult population. Licensed practitioner of the Healing Arts desired.
Apply for this position online or fax to 610-415-1656.

 Clinical Therapist-Contractor
Job Code:
6224

Date Posted: 9/18/14
Location: Phoenixville, PA
Program: CCOPS
Hours per week: Up to 30
Schedule:  Varies

Job Description:
Responsibilities: To provide leadership, individual and group counseling in therapeutic setting designed to serve young adults through geriatric consumers and substance abuse consumers with chronic mental illness to achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.

Qualifications: Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology, counseling, rehabilitative counseling, substance abuse counseling, social work, or closely related discipline. LCSW is preferred.
Apply for this position online or fax to 610-415-1656

Registered Nurse (Contractual)
Job Code:
5884
Date Posted: 8/29/13
Location: Phoenixville, PA
Program: CCOPS
Hours per week: 8
Schedule: Tuesday 9am-3pm and Wednesday 9am-11am    
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Assumes responsibility for nursing care for young adult through geriatric consumers with chronic mental illness; provides generalized and specialized care; maintains appropriate records; functions as a member of interdisciplinary team and performs related work as required.  Oversees the maintenance of medical records and compliance with state regulations and CARF. Exercises independent nursing judgment. 
Qualifications: Qualified by an approved school of nursing program or baccalaureate of higher degree in nursing and licensed by the state, commonwealth, or territory to practice nursing.  Two years’ experience providing direct clinical services to adults with mental illness is preferred.  Newly licensed candidates will be considered after comprehensive review of training, experience, and demonstrated competence.  Medical experience is preferred.  

Apply for this position online or fax to 610-415-1656   

Case Manager
Job Code:
5964
Date Posted: 11/19/13
Location: Phoenixville, PA
Program: CCBCM
Hours per week: 40
Schedule: Monday – Friday 9-5
Job Description 
Responsibilities: Assist Program clients in general daily care. Provides counseling and advocacy in therapeutic setting assisting young adult through geriatric clients with mental illness achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree preferred in Human Services field, such as social work, psychology, child development, special education, rehabilitative counseling, or closely related field, is required.  A commitment to community-based mental health services.  Experience working with individuals with mental health / substance abuse issues is preferred. Computer literacy. Knowledge of non-violent crisis intervention principles and practices. Knowledge of the cognitive and behavioral aspects of mental illness. State driver’s license and record in good standing.

Apply for this position online or fax to 610-415-1656

 


 

Rhode Island

Mental Health Counselor
Job Code:
6230
Date Posted:
10/2/14
Location: W. Warwick, RI      
Program:
WWH
Hours per week:
30
Schedule:
Weekends and evenings Saturday - Tuesday
Job Description:
Responsibilities:
Responsible for general daily care of Program clients.  Provides counseling and advocacy in therapeutic setting assisting young adult through geriatric clients with chronic mental illness and co-occurring disorders, achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence in order to live in the community.
Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree in Human Service field, such as Social Work, Psychology, Rehabilitative Counseling, or closely related discipline is required.    Previous substance abuse counseling experience is preferred.  Computer literacy including past experience with keyboarding, email, internet and computerized health record systems is desired.

Apply for this position or fax to 401-383-4379

Clubhouse Assistant Program Director/Vocational Unit Coordinator
Job Code:
6155
Date Posted: 07/30/2014
Location: Attleboro, MA      
Program: Corner Clubhouse
Hours per week: 40
Schedule: M-F 8-4 with 1 Saturday rotation per month
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Assumes shared responsibility for leadership, vision, and direction of Clubhouse.  Implements administrative systems and procedures including but not limited to: entering and or processing accurate billing and utilization management information on a daily basis
Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree in education--counseling, rehabilitative counseling, social work, clinical psychology or closely related discipline. Three years community support program experience serving the chronically mentally ill is preferred.  Previous supervisory experience is also preferred. Computer literacy including past experience with excellent data entry skills, email, internet and computerized health record systems is desired.

Forward resume to tcouhig@fellowshiphr.org or fax 508-457-7539

Licensed Clinician (Contractual)
Job Code:
5877
Date Posted: 6/1/14
Location: Cranston, RI
Program: RI Region
Hours per week: 16
Schedule: May require evenings
Job Description:
Responsibilities: To provide leadership, individual family and group counseling in therapeutic setting designed to serve young adults through geriatric aged people with mental illness to facilitate recovery and achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence.
Qualifications: Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology, Education - Counseling, Rehabilitative Counseling, Social Work, or closely related discipline.  A minimum of two years counseling experience working with people with mental illness chronic mentally ill adult population, experience working with people who have substance abuse and/or dependence is strongly preferred.  PhD/PsyD, LICSW, LCDP, LMFT, LMHC is also required.

 Apply for this position or fax to 401-383-4379.

 

 

Virginia


Program Director
Job Code:
6217
Date Posted: 9/18/14
Location: Arlington, VA      
Program: Access
Hours per week: 40
Schedule: Monday - Friday 7-3
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Assumes overall responsibility for leadership, vision, direction and daily supervision of a program designed to serve young adults through geriatric clients with chronic mental illness.  Ensures implementation of responsible clinical and management practice congruent with Agency mission, which result in a high quality service to clients and sound fiscal management.
Qualifications: Master’s Degree in social work or related field and 1 year experience in mental health services.  Three years management experience in residential community support programs serving the chronically mentally disabled is preferred. LCSW or LPC is also preferred. 

Apply for this position online or fax to 703-979-5079

 

Mental Health Counselor O/N
Job Code:
6169
Date Posted: 8/7/14
Location: Manasses, VA
Program: Brandon House
Hours: 40
Schedule: 8 hour awake O/N 12 am - 8 am shift with some flexibility to work other shift times.  Weekend shifts required.
Job Description:
Responsibilities: Responsible for general daily care of Program clients.  Provides counseling and advocacy in therapeutic setting assisting young adult through geriatric clients with chronic mental illness and co-occurring disorders, achieve social, economic, emotional, and personal independence in order to live in the community
Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree in Human Service field, such as Social Work, Psychology, Rehabilitative Counseling, or closely related discipline is required.   Computer literacy including past experience with keyboarding, email, internet and computerized health record systems is desired.

 Apply for this position online or fax to 703-979-5079