Careers

Our Mission: providing opportunities for growth and change that promote health and well-being in our communities.

We value people, excellence, stewardship, innovation, recovery, diversity, and principled and visionary leadership.

 

The Center for Mental Health is dedicated to offering employees an exceptional work environment, and offers competitive salary and benefits.

 

The Center for Mental Health (Midwestern Colorado Mental Health Center) is an approved site for Student Loan Repayment Assistance with the Colorado Health Services Corps and the National Health Services Corps.

 

Culture of Wellness

Our staff work in a culture of wellness where we intentionally bring out the best in ourselves and others by:

  • Seeing everyone’s strengths
  • Supporting and encouraging one another
  • Celebrating staff, accomplishments and diversity
  • Respecting ourselves and others
  • Listening to each other
  • Creating an environment of healthy and positive relationships and community partnerships
  • Believing everyone wants to be great
  • Being passionate about our mission and having fun in the process

Continuous professional development

  • Clinical and professional training
  • Licensure supervision
  • Management training
  • Growth opportunities

 

Benefits include:

  • Medical insurance (starting at 32 hours per week)
  • Life/ADD (starting at 32 hours per week)
  • Paid vacation and holidays (prorated benefit starting at 20 hours per week)
  • Smoke free environment (all employees)
  • 401(k) retirement match (all employees)
  • EAP (all employees)
  • Wellness Program (all employees)

CENTER 2014 BENEFIT SUMMARY

 

For immediate employment consideration

  • Download application for employment
  • E-mail your resume, cover letter and completed application to mhanna@centermh.org; or
  • Fax your application package to to 970-252-3208; or
  • Mail to PO Box 1208, Montrose, CO 81402

Current Job Postings: 

 

ACCOUNTING ASSISTANT/PAYROLL-ACCOUNTS PAYABLE - Montrose

Prepares the company payroll. Prepares spreadsheet summaries, maintains accurate participant data, submits payments, and reconciles information for all accounts in the benefit package. Prepares quarterly and weekly payroll reports and monthly summary of employee vacation, comp time and sick leave. Reviews, prepares, and pays accounts payable bills. Assists with general ledger functions as requested. Full Time. Salary range $37,000-$42,000 depending on relevant experience. High School graduate or equivalent. At least two (2) years of responsible experience in a business setting. Basic computer skills. Experience with payroll systems and payroll tax submission.

To view a complete job description please click here. To apply please send cover letter, resume and job application to mhanna@centermh.org or fax to 970-252-3208

Employment Application (PDF fillable format)

Employment Application (Word fillable format)

 

MENTAL HEALTH FIELD COORDINATOR for OFFICE OF MEMBER AND FAMILY AFFAIRS - Montrose/Delta

Position is responsible for the support of OMFA staff, training, group development, and OMFA program coordination and education with Center staff. Utilizes psychosocial rehabilitative learning process to support client recover.

  • Masters degree in human services related field
  • Must have a valid Colorado Driver License and the ability to travel within the Center's catchment area
  • Experience working with the SPMI population and psychosocial education and training preferred
  • Full-time, Monday-Friday, 8-5 (with ability to work a flexible schedule when needed to)
  • Utilizes and facilitates psychosocial rehabilitation learning processes to support client recovery
  • Refers and links clients to needed community resources in order to maximize client functioning and serves as advocate to provide support when asked to do so by the client
  • Works with client and their systems to identify treatment goals and objectives
  • Observes client behavior to identify change or indicators of specific needs and shares observations with designated staff as needed in order to carry out treatment plan goals
  • Develops, implements and enforces operating policies and procedures, protocols and the empowerment center cod of Conduct  in alignment with the Center's policies and procedures
  • Serves as the point of entry contact for clients starting services at the empowerment centers, providing initial engagement, recovery plan development, orientation process and program overview
  • Responsible for new group development and implementation at the empowerment centers
  • Provides backup to the program director in their absence
  • Trains in group facilitation
  • Provides direct service at the empowerment centers
  • Provides crisis intervention with clients of the empowerment centers
  • Hire Salary Range: $37,000 - $42,000, depending on relevant experience

To view the complete job description, please click here. To apply please send cover letter, resume and job application to mhanna@centermh.org or fax to 970-252-3208

Employment Application (PDF fillable format)

Employment Application (Word fillable format)

 

THERAPIST: Montrose Outpatient Office
Utilizes a variety of person centered, culturally sensitive of treatment approaches to work with a diverse client population.  Service goals include: providing effective behavioral health therapy to clients to improve their functioning and to prevent a higher level of care; linking clients to other services and agencies; and improving the coping skills of individuals and families. May be assigned to give greater concentration to one or more of the Center’s priority populations and/or services.

  • Full-time
  • Masters level degree in one of the recognized mental health professions
  • Fluency in English and Spanish, both written and verbal preferred but not required
  • Experience treating children, adolescents and families required
  • One year post-graduate experience preferred
  • Training in conducting mental health status examinations to establish differential diagnosis and treatment plans
  • Colorado State professional license required (or transferrable out of state license) preferred
  • Delivers and documents individual, group, family therapy, crisis intervention and case management services to clients designated by the Center.  These services may be delivered in the office or within the community.
  • Hire salary range, depending on relevant experience: $37,000 - $42,000 if unlicensed, and $43,000 - $51,000 if Colorado licensed

To review a complete job description, please click here. To apply, send a cover letter, resume, and completed Center job application to mhanna@centermh.org or fax to 970-252-3208.

Employment Application (PDF fillable format)

Employment Application (Word fillable format)

 

OUTPATIENT CARE MANAGER - Gunnison (Click here for a complete job description)

OUTPATIENT/MEDICAL CARE MANAGER - Delta (Click here for a complete job description)

Position is part of a multidisciplinary team that provides comprehensive psycho-social and care management services designed to improve or maintain a client's ability to function in the community. Assesses, monitors, and follows up with Clients' health, psycho-social, mental health and/or substance use disorder, medication management and functional ability to meet basic needs to move toward recovery.

  • BA level degree in social service, health education, or public health required
  • Full-Time, M-F, 8-5
  • Experience in mental health or human services preferred
  • Experience with community organizations and as an advocate for high-need individuals preferred
  • Case management tracking and documentation experiences or the ability to learn required
  • Provides comprehensive psycho-social services that include a continuum of services designed to improve or maintain client ability to function
  • Hire Salary Range:  $30,000 - $34,000 depending on relevant experience

To apply please send cover letter, resume and job application to mhanna@centermh.org or fax to 970-252-3208.

Employment Application (PDF fillable format)

Employment Application (Word fillable format)

 

EMERGENCY SERVICES CLINICIAN - Montrose Based

Positions provides 24-hour emergency on-call services on a rotating basis with other members of the team.

  • Masters degree in behavioral health field
  • Training in conducting mental health status examinations
  • Minimum 2 years emergency and/or crisis intervention experience
  • Colorado license or license eligible
  • Full-time, rotates shifts
  • Conducts mental status examinations
  • Provides crisis intervention, evaluation, and case management services to clients accessing the emergency services system. These services are delivered in the office and within the community.
  • Arranges for appropriate disposition (e.g. outpatient follow-up mental health services, case management, ATU, RTC, hospitalization)
  • Conducts initial screenings for persons requesting or referred to emergency services
  • Coordinates follow-up services with appropriate staff as indicated
  • Provides individual and family crisis intervention and case consultation services to community agencies
  • Hire Salary Range depending on relevant experience:  37,000-42,000 if unlicensed; 43,000-51,000 if Colorado licensed

To view a complete job description, please click here. To apply, send a cover letter, resume, and completed Center job application to mhanna@centermh.org or fax to 970-252-3208.

Employment Application (PDF fillable format)

Employment Application (Word fillable format)

 

DAY TREATMENT INTEGRATED THERAPIST - Montrose

The Day Treatment Outpatient Therapist will provide direct services that include conducting assessments, providing individual or group therapy, parent-child interactive therapy, parents training and support groups, consultation and active case management with other service providers and the community. This position will be responsible for providing home and community based comprehensive, flexible, and individualized services to children, adolescents, and their families. The goal of this position is to work with the Montrose County School District and Department of Health and Human Services to reduce risk of out-of-home placement for at risk youth and to assist clients and families to improve their functioning and maintain them in the public school system and in their family system. This will include intensifying and engaging collaborative partners within the community to provide and develop coordinated services to this population.

  • Provides direct services to day program students and their families that include psychosocial and psycho educational modalities
  • May deliver person centered, culturally sensitive evaluations, and trauma informed services to individual, group, family, crisis intervention, and case management services to clients designated by the Center, DHHS, and Montrose County School District. These services may be delivered in various locations.
  • Provides direct classroom intervention for designated clients
  • Maintains all charts and records to agency standards
  • Works with client and their systems to identify treatment goals and objectives
  • Meets the Center’s standard for:
  • Client Care hours
  • Missed appointments: i.e. DNS, CBT, CBC
  • Services Plans
  • Completion of all documentation
  • Collaborates with other human services agencies in the community to coordinate client care plan
  • May, at times, need to use crisis de-escalation and restraint techniques
  • Maintains professional licensure and certifications are required for the program
  • Provide consultation to families, schools, medical staff, both within the Center and to external providers
  • Provide advocacy for families and children, to include assisting with appropriate benefits
  • Makes referrals to psychiatrists
  • Attend staff meetings, in-service meetings and peer reviews, supervision sessions, and other meetings/trainings as requested/required
  • Collaborates with and refers to other human service agencies within the community to coordinate client care plans
  • Collaborates with medical staff and medical care managers to coordinate client care plans
  • Works cooperatively and constructively as part of an interdisciplinary team
  • Graduate degree in a recognized mental health profession and a minimum of three (3) years of mental health therapy experience required
  • One year administrative experience preferred
  • Experience in service delivery to severely emotionally and behaviorally disturbed children
  • Current First Aid Certification
  • Priority will be given to graduate training and/or prior work experience in a Community Mental Health Center
  • Colorado State Licensure preferred
  • Salary range is $37,000-$42,000 for an unlicensed therapist and $43,000-$51,000 for a licensed therapist

To view a complete job description please click here. To apply please send cover letter, resume and job application to mhanna@centermh.org or fax to 970-252-3208

Employment Application (PDF fillable format)

Employment Application (Word fillable format)

 

CRISIS TEAM PROGRAM MANAGER II

Responsible for supervision of the crisis services and coordination of the crisis services system in the Center, compliance with state, OBH rules and regulations. The goal of the Center’s crisis services system is to respond to emergency phone calls and face-to-face evaluations 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and to divert hospitalization whenever possible by utilizing alternative care.

  • Oversees coordination of crisis services
  • Oversees and provides backup to Continuity of Care
  • Provides oversight of WSC/OBH contract for crises services
  • Maintains partnership with community partners
  • Reviews documentation for face to face contacts by staff
  • Facilitates bi-monthly emergency staff meetings for report of crisis contacts and improved communication between team members
  • Provides crisis services training to new crisis clinicians
  • Provides on-going supervision to crisis services staff for disposition of emergency contacts and Center policy procedures
  • Makes recommendations for program development and improvement
  • Masters level degree in one of the recognized mental health professions
  • Training in conducting diagnostic evaluations to establish differential diagnosis and treatment plans
  • Minimum of 2 years emergency service/crisis intervention experience
  • Minimum 2 years supervisory/administration experience
  • Professional licensure required
  • Salary range is $60,000-$72,000 per year depending on relevant experience

To view a complete job description please click here. To apply please send cover letter, resume and job application to mhanna@centermh.org or fax to 970-252-3208

Employment Application (PDF fillable format)

Employment Application (Word fillable format)

 

PSYCHIATRIC ADVANCED NURSE PRACTITIONER/CHILD-ADOLESCENT EXPERIENCE: Montrose Outpatient Office
Participates with multi-disciplinary team to provide comprehensive psychiatric nursing services to clients of the Center and to serve in consulting capacity to agency staff and other health care providers.

  • Full-time
  • Masters Degree in Nursing
  • Licensed Registered Nurse in the State of Colorado/Advanced Practice Nurse or other Compact state
  • Certified Clinical Specialist in Adult Psychiatric and/or Child-Adolescent Specialist and Mental Health Nursing
  • Ability to provide services to children and adolescents required
  • Prescriptive Authority for Advanced Practice Nurses according to the requirements stipulated by state requirements, maintain Drug Enforcement Agency number, and have experience with drugs relevant to the scope of practice
  • Minimum two years psychiatric experience
  • Advanced knowledge of the principles of psychiatric nursing
  • Ability to travel from site to site, including client's homes
  • Conducts diagnostic evaluations for new clients and conducts regular follow-up sessions for enrolled clients
  • Consults with other health care providers and collaborates with care managers
  • Adheres to Colorado laws and Center policies of confidentiality
  • Salary range $83,000-104,000 depending on relevant experience PLUS benefits
  • Excellent benefits

To view a complete job description, please click here. To apply, send cover letter, resume and job application to mhanna@centermh.org

Employment Application (PDF fillable format)

Employment Application (Word fillable format)

 

 

Jobs are open until filled unless otherwise noted. The Center is dedicated to the principles of equal employment opportunity. We prohibit unlawful discrimination against applicants or employees on the basis of age 40 and over, race, sex, color, religion, national origin, disability, genetic information, veteran status, or any other applicable status protected by state or local law. Employment with the The Center for Mental Health is At-Will. The Center or the employee may terminate the employment relationship at any time, without reason or notice. 

Applications are only accepted for open positions. The Center for Mental Health does not hold unsolicited applications for future openings. Successful applicants will be subject to background checks and verification of eligibility to work in the United States through the federal E-Verify system. EOE/M/F/D/V

Degree Based Internships

 

Application for Internship

The Center supports degree-based internships in our outpatient clinics. For more information, please contact Marge Hanna, HR Director, at mhanna@centermh.org.

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