A full-time opportunity (1.0 FTE) is available for an individual to serve with as part of our team. This individual must possess a working knowledge of techniques and principles of child and family development, family systems theory, crisis intervention and individual, family and group therapy. The successful candidate will be part of the agency Crisis Intervention/Emergency Services program which includes mobile intensive crisis services for children and must have a good clinical understanding of children and adult mental health/behavioral health conditions and the most current evidence-based practices used to treat various conditions. Master’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling, Psychology or another Human Services field and licensure within the scope of practice in the State of Michigan is required. Must have a valid driver’s license and access to an insured, reliable vehicle. Strong, effective written and verbal communication skills, ability to work independently and with others to build therapeutic relationships with consumers and families and/or function as part of a team required.
Application Deadline: May 17,2021 *or until filled
Community Living Supports Technician
A full- time (1.0 fte) vacancy working up to 40 hours per week exists in the Community Services Department for a Community Living Supports Technician (CLS Tech). CLS Techs are used to increase or maintain personal self-sufficiency, facilitating an individual’s achievement of his/her goals of community inclusion and participation, independence, or productivity. The supports may be provided in the participant’s residence or in community settings.
The Community Living Supports Technician will support consumers (adults and children) who live in various community settings and provide various service elements designed to support, train, and enable consumers to achieve and/or maintain independence in the community by implementing activities, tasks, instructional programs and the like as developed by qualified professional staff working within their scope of practice and outlined in the individual plan of service.
The successful candidate for this position must be 18 years of age, high school graduate or equivalent, and possess a valid Driver’s license. American Red Cross Certification in Standard First Aid and CPR is also required. Previous experience working in office and/or community setting with individuals with a developmental disability or mental illness highly desirable.
Application Deadline: May 7,2021 *or until filled
Wraparound Facilitator/Children’s Clinician
A full-time (1.0 FTE) opportunity is available for a Wraparound Facilitator/Children’s Clinician joining the Child/Family Services Team. This individual must possess strong, effective written and verbal communication skills, working knowledge of techniques and principles of child and family development, family systems theory, trauma-informed care, crisis intervention and individual, family and group therapy and have the ability to work independently and with others to build therapeutic relationships with consumers and families and function as part of a team. The successful candidate will be part of the agency Crisis Intervention/Emergency Services program which includes mobile intensive crisis services for children and must have a good clinical understanding of children and adult mental health/behavioral health conditions and the most current evidence-based practices used to treat various conditions, and shall possess at minimum a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work with State of Michigan licensure as a Bachelor’s Social Worker (LBSW) or Limited Licensed Bachelor’s Social Worker (LLBSW), or be a human services professional with at minimum, a bachelor’s degree in a human services field. Master’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling, Psychology or another Human Services Field and licensure within scope of practice (LLMSW, LMSW, LLPC, LPC, TLLP, LLP) in the State of Michigan is preferred. Must also be at least 18 years of age; possess a valid driver’s license; pass a criminal and professional background check, and have access to a reliable, insured vehicle.
Application Deadline: May 5,2021 *or until filled
Direct Care Staff
Community Mental Health has full-time and part-time opportunities in our residential program. Candidates will provide direct care to individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities and/or mental illness. No experience necessary as we train all of our staff. Starting wage is $15.26 per hour (additional .25/hr afternoon and .50/hr midnight shift differential) with defined increases, defined work schedule and a tremendous full-time benefit package to include:
- Health/dental insurance
- Defined benefit pension plan through the Gogebic County Employee’s Retirement System
- 401a money purchase plan
- 457 deferred compensation plan
- Paid time off accrued at 6.5+ hours for every 80 hours worked
- Short term/long term disability insurance
- Life insurance
- Cafeteria 125 plan
- AFLAC supplemental insurance coverage
- 12 recognized holidays at a pay rate of 2.5x
- Part-time employees are eligible for all full-time benefits other than health/dental insurance
Application Deadline: Until positions are filled.
Did you know……?
Community Mental Health offers a regionally competitive wage and a tremendous benefit package that includes a defined benefit pension plan, 401a money purchase plan, DROP plan participation, health, dental and life insurance, and a generous paid time off package!
Come join our team today!
Application for Employment – printable PDF
Community Mental Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Gogebic Community Mental Health Authority is EOE and ADA Compliant
Contact Human Resources for more information: Hope Tarnaski, email@example.com
A full job description is available from the Human Resources office.
Interested Individuals should submit an application and/or letter of interest to:
- Gogebic Community Mental Health Authority
- ATTN: Human Resources Coordinator
- 103 West U.S. 2
- Wakefield, MI 49968