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.

 

In 2016, The Center for Mental Health was recognized by Health Links as a Certified Healthy Business Leader. To become certified, the Center had to demonstrate that we met evidence-based benchmarks in leadership commitment, employee involvement and basic resources dedicated to running worksite wellness and safety activities.

 

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 30 hours per week)
  • Life/ADD (starting at 30 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)

**Moving Expense Reimbursement of up to $2,000**

 

CENTER BENEFIT SUMMARY

 

For immediate employment consideration

  • Download application for employment and E-mail your resume, cover letter, and completed application to careers@centermh.org

                                    OR

  • Fax your application package to to 970.252.3208

                                    OR

  • Mail to PO Box 1208, Montrose, CO 81402

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We strongly encourage women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and veterans to apply for any of our job openings. We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin, age, disability status, Genetic Information & Testing, Family & Medical Leave, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

We prohibit retaliation against individuals who bring forth any complaint, orally or in writing, to the employer or the government, or against any individuals who assist or participate in the investigation of any complaint or otherwise oppose discrimination.

Current Job Postings:

  •  Peer Specialist - Montrose/Delta
  • SUD OP Therapist - Telluride
  • Database Analyst - Montrose
  • IT Technician II - Montrose
  • OP Therapist - Gunnison
  • Emergency Services Program Manager - Montrose
  • SUD Program Manager - Montrose
  • SUD/JBBS Therapist - Gunnison
  • Integrated and OP Therapist - Naturita
  • SUD OP Therapist - Montrose
  • Integrated Therapist - River Valley Family Health Center - Montrose/Olathe (2 positions)
  • DHHS Family Integrated Therapist -  2 Openings: Gunnison and Montrose

 

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Peer Specialist - Montrose/Delta

The Peer Specialist is a person with a mental health experience (past or present) who uses their recovery experiences as a means to help others diagnosed with a mental illness find their own recovery process. The peer specialist is part of a multi-disciplinary team that participates in the planning and organizing of individual and group activities that promotes a range of self-help skills.

  • Facilitates psychosocial rehabilitation learning processes to support client recovery by: assessing functionality; assessing readiness; goal setting; directing and teaching skills that include illness self-management, social and interpersonal effectiveness, independent community living competencies and job readiness.
  • Refers and links clients to needed community resources in order to maximize client functioning; serves as advocate to provide support when asked to do so by the client.
  • Participates in crisis intervention plans that may include providing transportation and acting as a companion for a person needing additional support during a crisis
  • Meets the Center’s standard for: client care hours; missed appointments, i.e. DNS, CBT, CBC; service plans; and completion of all documentation.
  • Delivers person centered, culturally sensitive evaluations, trauma informed services. These services may be delivered in various locations.
  • Follows operating policies and procedures and protocols for empowerment centers in alignment with the Center’s policies and procedures.
  • Observes client behavior to identify change or indicators of specific needs and shares those observations with designated staff as needed in order to carry out treatment plan goals.
  • Demonstrates positive role modeling for the clients, mentoring and coaching utilizing recovery and rehabilitative concepts.
  • Attends staff meetings, in-service meetings and peer reviews, supervision sessions, and other meetings as requested/required.
  • Staring Salary: $25,000; commensurate with relevant experience and licensure

Education or formal training and experience:

  • High School or equivalent
  • Successful completion of Peer Specialist Training and Peer Specialist Internship Program
  • Experience working with consumers and/or family members of a consumer of mental health services
  • Experience as a family advocate a plus
  • Basic computer and keyboarding skills

 

To view a complete job description, please click here. To apply, please forward a cover letter, resume, and completed job application to careers@centermh.org or fax to 970.252.3208.

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SUD OP Therapist - Telluride

Responsible for utilizing a variety of treatment, educational, and evaluative approaches to work with a diverse population of clients with substance use disorder issues. This may include services in the jail, DUI classes, Drug Court, and other community/grant projects.

  • Delivers and documents individual, group, and family therapy, crisis intervention and case management services in an outpatient program setting to clients referred for substance use disorder treatment
  • Conducts client screenings, assessments for referrals to inpatient treatment, intakes, and/or evaluations for clients seeking substance use disorder services or services for a co-occurring disorder
  • Participates in the planning of client services through needs assessment and discussion with team members and Regional Manager and Clinical Operations Director
  • Research, planning and application of evidenced-based treatment for those clients with a substance use disorder or a co-occurring disorder
  • Meets the Center's standards for Client Care hours, Missed Appointments (DNS, CBT, CBC), Service Plans, and Completion of all Documentation
  • May deliver person centered, culturally sensitive evaluations, trauma informed services as defined by position. These services may be delivered in various locations.
  • Works with client and their systems to identify treatment goals and objectives.
  • Maintains professional licensure and certifications as required for the program
  • Utilizes centralized scheduling
  • Maintains client charts/documentation according to the standards outlined in the record keeping procedures, administrative procedures, and quality assurance procedures of the Center (DAP notes, CCARs, Service Plans, Diagnosis, etc).
  • Attends staff meetings, in-service meetings and peer reviews, supervision sessions, and other meetings as requested/required
  • Participates in the design of client services through needs assessment and discussion with team members and supervisor
  • Works with referral sources in the process of determining appropriate client care and in reporting on-going progress
  • Collaborates with and refers to other human service agencies within the community to coordinate client care plans
  • Participates in community meetings and forums as identified in collaboration with supervisor
  • Collaborates with the courts, Probation, DHHS, medical teams, OBH staff, and keeps Regional Manager informed of collaborative efforts
  • Responsible for keeping the Regional Manager aware of service duties, day-to-day scheduling, and community activities
  • Works cooperatively and constructively as part of an interdisciplinary team
  • Starting Salary: $38,000 (BA), $41,000 (Masters); commensurate with licensure, certification and relevant experience

Minimum requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree with CAC II or III or LAC
  • Master's degree preferred with or without CAC II
  • CAC II State Certification preferred
  • 1 year post graduate experience preferred
  • Colorado State License or license eligible preferred
  • Training in conducting mental health status examinations to establish differential diagnosis and treatment plans
  • Experience in providing treatment for substance use disorders

To view a complete job description, please click here. To apply, please forward a cover letter, resume, and completed job application to careers@centermh.org or fax to 970.252.3208.

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DATABASE ANALYST - Montrose

Responsible for turning data into information, information into insight and insight into recommendations to assist in decision making. Activities to include requirements analysis and design, development analysis and report capabilities. 

  • Full-Time
  • Mine and interpret data, analyzes results using statistical techniques and provides ongoing reports based on best practices within the industry
  • Plans, develops, tests, documents and implements data collection systems, computer programs, and other strategies that optimize statistical efficiency and data quality
  •  Acquires data from primary or secondary data sources and maintains databases/data systems
  • Identifies, analyzes and interprets trends or patterns in complex data sets
  • Works closely with management to prioritize business and information needs
  • Works with Leadership team in the development of business-critical reports
  • Automate data processes to produce timely, accurate outcomes
  • Locates and defines new process improvement opportunities
  • Create and maintain requests for data
  • Trains others in new procedures or protocols; monitors and offers assistance during such changes
  • Ability to present outcomes, or translate data into an understandable document
  • Ability to write and speak clearly, easily communicating complex ideas to all stakeholders
  • Organizes and prioritizes workload in a sometimes hectic environment with frequent interruptions
  • Starting salary: $53,000; commensurate with relevant experience

Education or Formal Training

  • BS in Mathematics, Economics, Computer Science, Information Management or Statistics OR 3 years relevant experience may be considered in lieu of a degree
  • 3+ years of experience as a data/business analyst
  • Technical expertise regarding data models, database design development, data mining and segmentation techniques
  • Behavioral health experience preferred
  • Microsoft Office 365 experience preferred
  • Knowledge of importing oracle database into Microsoft SQL and automating import of data from multiple sources
  • Working knowledge of and experience with Microsoft Exchange, Outlook and Office, SQL Server administration and design and SQL scripting
  • Strong knowledge of statistics and experience using statistical packages for analyzing large datasets (Excel, SPSS, SAS, etc.)

To view a complete job description, please click here. To apply, please forward a cover letter, resume, and completed job application to careers@centermh.org or fax to 970.252.3208.

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 IT TECHNICIAN II - Montrose

Provides full range of technical support and customer service for the Centers computers and users, including hands-on, telephone and remote desktop support. Assists with the administration and management of various network related applications, software and hardware.

  • Full-Time
  • Provide professional and knowledgeable service and support, both in the field and in the office, pertaining to computer hardware, software and telephone problems; install software, configure and test various types of computer hardware, software, and other IT related equipment as needed. Troubleshoot hardware, software and telephone problems for Center staff.
  • Develops desktop images and imaging procedures to be used by IT staff.
  • Answer helpdesk calls and respond to help desk tickets in a prompt, professional, and courteous manner. Track incidents/problems in helpdesk software.
  • Screen technical issues and requests from users; identifies the callers' issues; assist with monitoring the progress of open calls; determines the appropriate level of escalation if needed.
  • Assists in managing and supporting various applications such as Office 365, Active Directory, Domain Controllers, Microsoft Hyper-V, SolarWinds NPM and various other system monitoring and management tools.
  • Assists in the management of network backups and backup equipment.
  • Manage remote access for vendors and consultants and works closely with vendors and consultants to ensure proper implementation of various software and hardware applications.
  • Provide follow-up calls and status updates to ensure satisfactory issue resolution and excellent customer service to users.
  • Provide support for special events; sets up laptops, projectors, and other equipment; provide assistance as needed.
  • Maintain a variety of automated and manual logs, records and files; performs record keeping and other related duties.
  • Staring Salary: $44,000; commensurate with relevant experience

Education or Formal Training

  • Bachelor's degree in Information Technology or related field
  • Four (4) years related work experience progressively increasing in responsibility and skill requirements
  • In depth knowledge of Windows 10, Microsoft Office 365, Windows Server 2012
  • Experience with all aspects of Active Directory including but not limited to User Groups, Computer Groups, Server Groups, OU’s, etc
  • Experience with VPN’s and remote access
  • Understanding of firewall technology and associated protocols and mechanisms.
  • Very clear understanding of network protocols such as TCP/IP, DNS, SMTP,HTTP and DHCP
  • Working knowledge of SAN’s, NAS’s and other network backup/storage equipment and software.
  • Strong understanding of administering a secure desktop environment and the associated tools required to do so
  • Firm understanding of network equipment such as switches, routers, firewalls, etc.
  • High degree of customer service experience.

To view a complete job description, please click here. To apply, please forward a cover letter, resume, and completed job application to careers@centermh.org or fax to 970.252.3208.

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OP THERAPIST - Gunnison

Utilizes a variety of person centered, culturally sensitive 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
  • Delivers and documents individual, group, family therapy, crisis intervention and case management services to client designated by the Center. These services may be delivered in the office or within the community
  • Meets the Center's standard for: Client Care hours, Missed Appointments (DNS, CBT, CBC), Service Plans, Completion of All Documetation
  • May deliver person centered, culturally sensitive evaluations, trauma informed services as defined by position. These services may be delivered in various locations
  • Works with client and their systems to identify treatment goals and objectives
  • Masters level degree in one of the recognized mental health professions required
  • 1 year post graduate experience preferred
  • Training in conducting mental health status examinations to establish different diagnosis and treatment plans.
  • Colorado State License or License eligible (LPC, LCSW preferred)
  • Ability to enter data in the Center’s computerized record keeping system
  • Ability to work independently as well as cooperatively and constructively as part of an interdisciplinary team
  • Ability to travel to other Center offices
  • Ability to:  interact with people in a professional, friendly manner; work independently as well as cooperatively and constructively as a part of an interdisciplinary team; think critically and independently; realize and activate potential in every interaction, every day; to adapt to change in the workplace; to use change as an opportunity for innovation and creativity; to inspire and model collaborative teamwork;
  • Staring Salary: $41,000; commensurate with relevant experience and licensure
To view a complete job description, please click here. To apply please forward a cover letter, resume, and completed job application to careers@centermh.org or fax to 970.252.3208

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EMERGENCY SERVICES PROGRAM MANAGER - Montrose

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.

  • Full-Time
  • Oversees coordination of crisis services
  • Oversees and provides backup to Continuity of Care and OBRA
  • Provides oversight of WSC/OBH contract for crisis services
  • Maintains partnership with community partners
  • Reviews documentation for face to face contacts by staff
  • Facilities 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
  • Accomplishes department staff strategies by determining accountabilities; communicating and enforcing values, policies, and procedures; carrying out staff selection, orientation, training, coaching, counseling, discipline, and communication methods following Center policies, procedures, and expectations; planning, monitoring, appraising, and reviewing job contributions
  • Supervises Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) case managers and participates in the ACT team for consultation
  • Facilitates ongoing training regarding crisis intervention and emergency oriented topics
  • Master's level degree in one of the recognized mental health professions required
  • Professional licensure required
  • Training in conducting diagnostic evaluations to establish differential diagnosis and treatment plans
  • Minimum  2 years emergency service/crisis intervention experience
  • Minimum 2 years supervisory/administration experience
  • Basic computer knowledge and keyboarding skills
  • Ability to enter data in the Center’s computerized record keeping system
  • Ability to work independently as well as cooperatively and constructively as part of an interdisciplinary team
  • Ability to travel to other Center offices
  • Ability to:  interact with people in a professional, friendly manner; work independently as well as cooperatively and constructively as a part of an interdisciplinary team; think critically and independently; realize and activate potential in every interaction, every day; to adapt to change in the workplace; to use change as an opportunity for innovation and creativity; to inspire and model collaborative teamwork;
  • Staring Salary: $67,000; commensurate with relevant experience
To view a complete job description, please click here. To apply please forward a cover letter, resume, and completed job application to careers@centermh.org or fax to 970.252.3208

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SUD PROGRAM MANAGER - Montrose

Responsible for specific program management and clinical duties under the supervision of the Chief Operating Officer (COO).

  • Full-Time
  • Collaborates with the COO, Regional Managers and Assistant Regional Managers in recruiting and hiring program personnel
  • Provides administrative and clinical supervision to all program personnel in accordance with the Center's Personnel Policies and Procedures, OBH Treatment Rules and industry standards of best practice
  • Assures the timely and accurate submission of required administrative paperwork
  • Working knowledge of individual, group, family and treatment approaches and their application to client SUD problems
  • Masters level degree in one of the recognized mental health professions required
  • 3 years post master's degree experience in substance abuse setting required
  • 1 year clinical and administrative experience preferred
  • Colorado Licensure required
  • Colorado LAC preferred; may substitute CO CAC III Certification and Colorado State Licensure (LPC, LCSW)
  • Starting Salary: $53,000; commensurate with relevant experience
To view a complete job description, please click here. To apply please forward a cover letter, resume, and completed job application to careers@centermh.org or fax to 970.252.3208.

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SUD/JBBS Therapist - Gunnison

To utilize a variety of treatment, educational, and evaluative approaches to work with a diverse population of clients with substance use disorder issues. This may include services in the jail, DUI classes, Drug Court, and other community/grant projects.

  • Full-Time
  • Delivers and documents individual, group, and family therapy, crisis intervention and case management services in an outpatient setting to clients referred for substance use disorder treatment
  • Conducts client screenings, assessments for referrals to inpatient treatment, intakes, and/or evaluations for clients seeking substance use disorder services or services for a co-occuring disorder
  • Participates in the planning of client services through needs assessment and discussion with team members and Regional Manager and Clinical Director
  • Minimum Bachelors level degree in one of the recognized mental health profession; Masters level degree preferred
  • CAC II State of Colorado certification required if Bachelor's level degree; preferred for Masters level
  • Colorado State Licensure or licensure eligible
  • Experience in providing treatment for substance use disorders
  •  Ability to work independently as well as cooperatively and constructively as part of an interdisciplinary team
  • Ability to think critically and independently
  • Ability to realize and activate potential in every interaction, every day
  • Ability to adapt to change in the workplace
  • Ability to use change as an opportunity for innovation and creativity
  • Ability to inspire and model collaborative teamwork
  • Starting Salary: $38,000 (BA), $41,000 (Masters); commensurate with licensure, certification and relevant experience

To view a complete job description, please click here. To apply please forward a cover letter, resume, and completed job application to careers@centermh.org or fax to 970.252.3208.

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INTEGRATED AND OP THERAPIST -  Basin Clinic in Naturita

Utilizes a variety of treatment approaches to work with a diverse client population.  Service goals include, but not limited to, providing prevention, early intervention and treatment services to persons referred by staff of the Basin Clinic, as well as, outpatient clients to improve the functioning and coping skills of individuals and families. Will also link clients to other services and agencies in the community. 

  • Full Time
  • Masters level degree in one of the recognized mental health professions required
  • Experience treating children, adolescents and families required
  • Experience in an integrated setting preferred
  • Knowledge of IMPACT model
  • Colorado State Licensure or license eligible, LCSW preferred
  • Training in conducting mental health status examinations to establish differential diagnosis and treatment plans
  • Critical and independent thinking skills required
  • Excellent communication, computer and writing skills a must
  • Starting Salary: $41,000; commensurate with licensure, certification and relevant experience               

To view a complete job description, please click here. To apply please forward a cover letter, resume, and completed job application to careers@centermh.org or fax to 970.252.3208.

Employment Application (PDF fillable format

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SUD OP THERAPIST - Montrose

Utilizes a variety of treatment, educational and evaluative approaches to work with a diverse population of clients with substance use disorder issues. This may include services in the jail, DUI classes, Drug Court and other community/grant projects.

  • Full-Time
  • Delivers and documents individual, group, and family therapy, crisis intervention and case management services in an outpatient setting to clients referred for substance use disorder treatment
  • Conducts client screenings, assessments for referrals to inpatient treatment, intakes, and/or evaluations for clients seeking substance use disorder services or services for a co-occuring disorder
  • Participates in the planning of client services through needs assessment and discussion with team members and Regional Manager and Clinical Director
  • Masters level degree in one of the recognized mental health professions
  • Colorado State Licensure or licensure eligible
  • CAC II State of Colorado certification preferred
  • Experience in providing treatment for substance use disorders
  •  Ability to work independently as well as cooperatively and constructively as part of an interdisciplinary team
  • Ability to think critically and independently
  • Ability to realize and activate potential in every interaction, every day
  • Ability to adapt to change in the workplace
  • Ability to use change as an opportunity for innovation and creativity
  • Ability to inspire and model collaborative teamwork
  • Staring Salary: $41,000; commensurate with licensure, certification and relevant experience

To view a complete job description, please click here. To apply please forward a cover letter, resume, and completed job application to careers@centermh.org or fax to 970.252.3208.

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INTEGRATED THERAPIST- River Valley Family Health Center - Montrose/Olathe

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.

  • 2 Full-Time Positions
  • 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.
  • Conducts mental health status examinations and diagnostic assessment to establish differential diagnosis and treatment plans
  • Meets the Center's standard for : Client Care Hours, Missed Appointments (DNS, CBT, CBC), Service Plans, Completion of all Documentation
  • May deliver person centered, culturally sensitive evaluations, trauma informed services as defined by position. These services may be delivered in various locations
  • Provides behavioral health interventions and education for medical disorders
  • Masters degree in one of the recognized mental health professions required
  • Colorado State License or License Eligible preferred
  • Fluency in Spanish preferred; English required
  • Experience in a primary care setting preferred
  • Must have excellent computer, writing and communication skills
  • Staring Salary: $41,000; commensurate with licensure, certification and relevant experience

To view a complete job description, please click here. To apply please forward a cover letter, resume, and completed job application to careers@centermh.org or fax to 970.252.3208.

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DHHS FAMILY INTEGRATED THERAPIST - 2 Positions:  Gunnison and Montrose

Responsible for working collaboratively with Gunnison Hinsdale DHHS  or Montrose DHHS caseworkers in providing home , community, and DHHS based comprehensive, flexible, and individualized services, including co-occurring, to adults, children, adolescents, and their families

  • Full-Time
  • Conducts assessments, including review of referral information, identifying and engaging key participants, identifying systemic strengths and weaknesses, and developing an analysis of the fit of problem behaviors within the entire system context
  • Engages primary care giver and other key participants in active change-orientated treatment by identifying and overcoming barriers to engagement
  • Implements a problem conceptualization, treatment planning, intervention implementation, outcome review, strategy revision in collaboration with client and caseworker
  • Delivers individual, group, family, therapy, case management and case consultation services to persons designated by DHC Welfare staff. These services will be home, community or DHHS based depending upon the needs of the client
  • Conducts mental health status examinations and diagnostic assessment to establish differential diagnosis and treatment plans
  • Masters degree in one of the recognized mental health professions required
  • Colorado State Licensure or license eligible preferred
  • Training in conducting mental health status exams to establish differential diagnosis and treatment plans
  • Clinical experience working with children, adolescents, and families
  • Demonstrates knowledge and application of clinical skills
  • Must posses critical and independent thinking
  • Excellent computer, communication and writing skills a must
  • Starting Salary: $41,000; commensurate with licensure, certification and relevant experience

To view a complete job description, please click here. To apply please forward a cover letter, resume, and completed job application to careers@centermh.org or fax to 970.252.3208.

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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/AA/M/F/D/V

 

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