Colorado Christian University
Mental Health – Adult/Alumni Careers

Mental Health – Adult/Alumni Careers

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From direct patient care, counseling, and research-driven psychology, these opportunities allow you to provide much needed care for people with disabilities, addictions, or mental illness.

TMS TECHNICIAN: Pay $20/hour; Hours: Part-Time; REF #1363

We are looking for an individual who is ready to make a difference in patient care, utilizing a breakthrough medical device for the treatment of depression. We are seeking someone with two years of experience as a Health Care Clinical Professional in the medical field, ideally with experience working with medical devices. This individual needs to be able to respond effectively in an emergency situation for patient care, possess strong listening and communication skills, be attentive to detail, and have the willingness to learn the use of a new technology. This newly created position will offer the opportunity to help patients, using a breakthrough treatment modality for depression called "TMS". We are seeking the right candidate, who we will train to administer in-office therapeutic treatments under the direction of our treating physician. This individual’s primary responsibility will be to administer and manage the specific clinical services, interact regularly with patients, and complete additional office administrative tasks when time provides. This is a 12 month commitment with a flexible schedule. Contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process!

Pay: $20/hour

Hours: Part-Time

Location: Englewood

REF #1363

BEHAVIORAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL: Pay: $42-56K/year; Hours: Full-Time; REF #1326

The Behavioral Health Professional cares for children who are experiencing behavior challenges and are living in families with resources insufficient to meet their needs. The duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: taking clinical responsibility for communicating with the natural parents of a mentored child (phone contact, email exchange, text message exchange, letter exchange); communicating with the mentoring family; communicating with school personnel of any school challenges for the child; oversee collection and appropriate use of education information from the school that the child attends; maintain the match so that  it is healthy and helping the child; maintain documentation up to state standards; and train and supervise therapists’ in training and parent partner working alongside of them on each case.  Master degree in counseling or other related fields is required. Contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process!

Pay: $42-56K/year

Hours: Full-Time

Location: Delta

REF #1326

MALE CARE COORDINATOR: Pay: $725-$1210/month; Hours: 15-25 hours/week; REF #1322

Do you have a strong sense of calling to pour into the lives of the homeless? This is essential for the Male Care Coordinator along with a mature Christian walk with the Lord. Once trained, you will be assigned the case management (“Care Coordination”) of up to three residents. This includes mentoring them, co-creating goal plans and holding them accountable so that they may heal and grow to become self-sufficient. You may also be assigned certain house maintenance and administrative tasks. Along with daytime meetings and duties, the position includes evening and weekend rotations. You will be part of a team that works together to build community and implement this program. Monthly salary plus free housing, utilities, Internet, and some meals plus some medical benefits. Experience managing others is a plus. Flexible and able to manage crisis situations. An understanding of addictive behavior is preferable. A person that highly values community living and positive role modeling. Contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process!

Pay: $725-1210/month + housing

Hours: 15-25 hours/week

Location: Denver

REF #1322

STAFF COUNSELOR: Pay: $18-20/hour; Hours: 25 hours/week; REF #1324

The Staff Counselor should be someone with a developing counseling philosophy, who takes initiative, can multi-task, and is able to work with a diverse clientele. The SC provides assigned individual and group counseling hours for the New Life, and STAR Transitional Programs, in addition to a minimal number of hours (2-4 hours per week) in the youth department. Requirements: Master’s Degree in Counseling, with either an LPC/LMFT or a candidate for licensure (LPCC/LMFTC)-- Supervision for LPCC/LMFT candidates is available.. Registered with DORA as a Licensed Psychotherapist. Experience in individual, family and group counseling – preferably with populations who have experienced homelessness, addictive behavior and general family challenges. Prior experience working with youth, primarily adolescents/teens, in some capacity. Contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process!

Pay: $18-20/hour

Hours: 25 hours/week

Location: Denver

REF #1324

RESIDENTIAL SAFETY ASSISTANT: Pay: $14-16/hour; Hours: Part-Time and Full-Time; REF #1320

A national non-profit organization is on the lookout for their next Residential Safety Assistant for Denver! The Residential Safety Assistant is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the transitional facility housing individuals that are part of the New Life Program and The Star Program and the activities that take place therein. The Residential Safety Assistant is responsible for the safety of the facility, participants and guests.  They will be administering drug screens & breathalyzer screening, doing room & facility checks. Candidates who has worked at a treatment facility or homeless shelter would be a potential good fit for this position! Part-Time and Full-Time hours available. Contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process!

Pay: $14-16/hour

Hours: Part-Time Hours- Thursday to Saturday 6:00pm to 10:00pm; Full-Time Hours- Saturday to Wednesday 1:30pm to 10:00pm

Location: Denver

REF #1320

FEMALE LIVE IN COORDINATOR: Pay: $1,445/month; Hours: 30+hours/week; REF #86

A two-year transitional program aids women and children who have been victims of domestic violence and are often dealing with other hardships such as homelessness and addiction. As a Care Coordinator, you will be assigned the case management of up to four residents. This includes mentoring them, co-creating goal plans and holding them accountable so that they may heal and grow to become self-sufficient. You may also be assigned certain house maintenance and administrative tasks. Along with daytime hours, the position includes some evening and weekend rotations. Experience managing others and understanding addictive behavior is preferable. If you feel a strong sense of calling to this population and are mature in your Christian walk, the Care Coordinator would be a great fit. Contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process!

Pay: $1,445/month plus free housing, utilities, and internet. Benefits available.

Hours: 30+hours/week

Location: Denver

REF #86

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