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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.

REGISTERED BEHAVIORAL TECHNICIAN I: Pay: $15/hour; Hours: Part–Time; pref after school and weekend availability needed most; REF #1200

Job Title: Registered Behavioral Technician I

Job Overview:

Awesome opportunity for a Psych Major or any student wanting to work with children! What exactly do you do as a Registered Behavioral Tech I? You get to use evidence-based protocols and positive reinforcement to teach or increase language and communication skills, promote play and social skills, encourage daily living activities, and develop pre-academic skills in the home, community, and/or school setting. You will directly contribute to our client's success stories by providing them with the necessary skills to be successful! Does this sound like the right fit for you? Then, contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process!

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Become a facilitator as you implement one on one ABA intervention programs to children in a home, school, or other environments as needed.
  • Bring forth some data and teaching skills, as you observe and collect data on children’s behavior and teach children the specific behavior skills called for in their personal treatment plan.
  • Participate in regular supervisory meeting with a BCBA!
  • Jump into the world of excellent communications skills as you get the experience maintaining clear lines of communication and professional boundaries.

Qualifications:

  • You are at least 18 years of age.
  • You hold a high school diploma or equivalent.
  • You have a RBT certification or be willing to earn certification in a timely manner.
  • You hold a CPR certification or be willing to earn certification provided at no cost to you.
  • You abide by the RBT Ethics Code
  • You are able to work a minimum of 5 hours a week.
  • You are able to lift 40lbs.
  • You have as a preference a background in education or healthcare.
  • You are a person with lots of patience in the tank and are able to interact well with active children and work cooperatively or independently as a therapy team member.

Important Information:

Pay: $15/hour

Hours: Part–Time; pref after school and weekend availability needed most.

Location: Lakewood

REF #1200

CLINICAL ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT: Pay: $17/hour; Hours: 24 hours/week: REF: #1392

Job Title: Clinical Administrative Assistant

Job Overview:

Are you the type of person that likes to wear different hats? If so, you are in the right place. This local seminary needs your help in responsibilities such as: assisting the clinical training director with clerical duties related to the clinical training sequence of the various programs the school offers such as MA Counseling Licensure, Practicum's, and Internships. In addition you will be serving as a support to student counselors, supervisors, and work-study and student clinic assistants. You will also be able to conduct research and help establish new internship opportunities for students in both community and school counseling agencies. If you are interested in being this multiple hat wielder, then contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process!

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Directly work with the Clinical Training Director in various task in order to help operations run smoother.
  • Charged with overseeing the supervision assist component of the clinical training sequence.
  • Ensure that the manuals and forms are up to the latest and greatest, which includes holding the most accurate information.
  • Run the posting of revisions to the various sites the school uses.
  • Be a key assistant in the oversight of clinic operations.
  • Track down student information relating to the Practicum and Internship.
  • Collaboratively unite with the Counseling Division faculty and staff to ensure the best service to students and program needs.
  • Assist with the smooth flow of Practicum and Internship orientations.
  • Be in charge of actively leading site visits at internship placements sites within the community.
  • On occasion, you will wield and use the marketing tool for the clinic operations.

Education and Experience:

  • You must have gained at least five years’ experience in a professional office environment with increasing responsibilities preferred.
  • You have experience in the fields of psychology or health related fields and academic setting as a preferred option.
  • You have practical knowledge in clinic management and academic field education programs are essential.

Important Information:

Pay: $17/hour

Hours: 24 hours/week

Location: Littleton, CO

REF: #1392

PSYCHOLOGIST: Pay; Commission based salary: Hours; Part-Time to Full-Time (20 clients/week min): REF #1385

Are you a licensed counselor who wants to join a fun, supportive team serving Douglas County, Colorado?

We’re the largest counseling center in a growing town and have ten therapists with a wide range of specialties. If you are someone who is experienced in and passionate about helping children and able to work with other clinical concerns as well, this job is perfect for you!

The ideal candidate has afternoon and evening availability on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, and wants to be in private practice without the hassles of self-employment. We place a high value on research-based practice, ethics and Christian integrity. Regular training's, informal consultation, and marketing support are offered. Therapist will be a W-2 employee, with commission-based salary. Partially-subsidized health insurance is available once you see 20+ clients a week. We are a fee-for-service clinic, so plan for about a year to build a caseload… you’ll thank us later. Bonus points for being a licensed psychologist.

Requirements:

 Must be licensed in Colorado as a Licensed Psychologist, LCP, LMFT or LCSW.

Has a likeable personality.

Pay: Commission based salary

Hours: Part-Time to Full-Time (20 clients/week min)

REF: #1385

CASE MANAGER: Pay: $22/hour; Hours: 20-25 hours/week: REF #1393

Job Title: Case Manager
Job Overview:

Want to do some meaningful work pairing orphans with new families? Then you are in the right spot. In this position you will be able to provide Christ-centered customer service to families of the organization throughout their foster and adoption process in order to fulfill the vision and mission of the organization. Sounds like you want in? Then please contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process!

Responsibilities and Duties:
  • Partake in the support and recruiting of families by providing pre-certification placement and post placement support to assigned families.
  • Qualitatively develop and maintain strong knowledge and relationships surrounding foster care and adoption in Colorado in order to provide families with all the right and up-to date information.
  • Be a key player in reviewing child profiles sent to the organization to ensure the best possible matches for the company’s agency partners.
  • Be the facilitator and leader of various events for both community awareness and programs for assigned families.
  • Apply some strong data skills as you manage the database, ensuring all the information and statistics are accurate and ready to be used when needed.
  • Apply a servant mentality with your other duties as assigned.
Qualifications:
  • You are well versed in the knowledge of MS Office programs (Word, Outlook, Power Point, and Excel) and web based applications such as (Google Chrome, Drive, Remote Desktop, etc.)
  • You hold three or more years of experience working with foster care, adoption or related social services. County child welfare caseworker experience is preferred but not required.
  • You have demonstrated people and relationship development skills.
  • You are an excellent written and verbal communicator and as part of your skill set you find yourself to be quite handy with up-front training, phone and electronic communication skills.
  • You are able to be adaptable and discreet, maintaining a high level of confidentiality with information you handle.
  • You are equipped with the self-starter mentality to get things done, in addition you are able to inspire and motivate others.
  • You work well with a team to set goals and achieving them.
Education:
  • You hold a Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences. A Master’s is preferred but not required.
Important Information:

Pay: $22/hour

Hours: 20-25 hours/week

Location: Aurora, CO

REF #1393

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

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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