KBH is currently looking for full time Adult Developmental Services Case Manager position in the Augusta/Waterville areas. The successful candidate will work as part of a clinical team to deliver services to adults who are eligible for ID case management per DHHS. Responsibilities of the case manager include on-going assessment, knowledge and understanding of community resources, advocacy, and collaboration with other providers, in addition to offering high-quality service to our consumers.
If you are interested in any of the careers below please submit your cover letter and resume to: Kennebec Behavioral Health, 67 Eustis Parkway, Waterville, ME 04901. Fax (207) 877-8427 or e-mail your resume with a letter to firstname.lastname@example.org, 207-873-2136, ext. 1011. Employment opportunities are posted monthly. KBH employees interested in requesting a job transfer should contact the Human Resource Department and complete an “Application for Internal Job Posting” form. R=Replacement and N=New position.
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KBH is currently seeking a full time Office Manager to work in our Skowhegan Medication Clinic! If you have previous healthcare management experience, have worked with the public, and can boast excellent customer service skills, we’re looking for you!
Ready to be excited for work each day? KBH is currently seeking a full time Central Registration Specialist to work in our Skowhegan Medication Clinic! If you have experience working with the public and excellent customer service skills, we’re looking for you! The Central Registration Specialist position provides support to clients & visitors by answering incoming telephone calls, greeting clients & visitors as they enter the building and directing them as needed. This position also coordinates with the physician and clinician scheduling process as well as assisting with the billing process. Preference will be given to candidates with experience working in a medical setting.
KBH is currently seeking a full time Patient Financial Services Representative to work in our Waterville office. The Patient Financial Services Rep will provide billing services and resolve billing issues as part of our Accounts Receivable team. Knowledge and experience working with Medicare, Medicaid or commercial medical billing preferred. Must be attentive to accuracy and detail and have excellent customer service skills. Experience with data bases and / or an automated billing system is preferred.
Kennebec Behavioral Health is currently seeking a per diem Unit Coordinator to join our staff at Capitol Clubhouse (located in Augusta, Maine), one of the Internationally certified Clubhouses in the State that specializes in psychiatric rehabilitation.
Kennebec Behavioral Health is currently seeking a part-time Peer Support Specialist to join our Behavioral Health Homes team in the Augusta/Winthrop areas! The Peer Support Specialist will work as a member of a multidisciplinary team to provide peer support and consumer information to participants in the Behavioral Health Home program as a way to regain control over their own recovery process.
KBH is seeking two Full-Time Program Coordinators to work with our Supported Housing program for adults in the Augusta and Waterville/Skowhegan areas. We offer competitive wages and benefits and the chance to work for a multi-site mental health provider who's been serving our communities for more than 50 years.
The Program Coordinator will assist the House Manager with administrative functions including quality assurance, chart documentation, staff scheduling, maintaining the weekly activity/appointment schedule, assisting with client intakes, tracking staff certification, and ordering house supplies. The Program Coordinator also engages in case management activities with individuals including: intake, assessment, services plan development, linking and coordination of services, services advocacy, and monitoring and evaluation services. The Program Coordinator will assist individuals with the Individual Support Planning process and identification, participate in crisis intervention services with individuals, and perform skill building and resource development activities based on individual needs.
Kennebec Behavioral Health is currently seeking a full-time Accounts Payable & Accounting Specialist to join our Waterville team! You will be responsible for managing accounts payable (matching, batching, coding and entering invoices; entering, posting, reconciling batches; batching and processing payments; 1099’s), processing reports, and assisting with other accounting related duties such as journal entries and monthly schedules.
Kennebec Behavioral Health is currently seeking a Children’s Home & Community Treatment (HCT) Clinician/Head Start consultant to join our team!
Counseling, social work, or psychology professionals with at least a Master's degree in your field - could you imagine:
Having a caseload of no more than 5-8 clients and their families?
Earning a competitive salary with thousands of dollars in additional incentives offered annually?
Offered autonomy to make your own scheduling arrangements based on client and your availability?
Being provided with graduate-level CEUs annually - for FREE?
Given group supervision and additional individual career supervision?
Being paid generous mileage for work related driving?
Do you want to be part of a solid, supportive team?
Are you a driven self-starter who like meeting your personal and professional goals?
Do you have a desire to earn incentives for going above and beyond?
Do you want to enhance the lives of children in Maine? Kennebec Behavioral Health is currently seeking School-Based Clinicians with a passionate interest in enhancing the lives of our Maine children!
Are you interested in providing clinical care to students? Our School-based Clinicians provide individual intake assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning, and psychotherapy to students in Augusta, Waterville, Cornville & Jackman, ME.
Why KBH? We find that people come to KBH for a job, and end up staying for a career. The culture of KBH is what truly sets us apart. If you are looking for a place to work that is supportive, respectful, positive and allows you to do great clinical work and grow as a clinician, then come to work for us! We will compensate you well and provide enhanced clinical training! Two weeks of paid training when you start working with us! We offer competitive wages and benefits, and the chance to work for a multi-site mental health provider who's been serving our communities for more than 50 years. Apply today to change a child's life tomorrow!
Want to be part of a dedicated team that helps adults? Kennebec Behavioral Health is currently seeking full time Adult Case Managers to work in the Augusta, Winthrop, Farmington or Waterville areas. As a member of our team you will work with adults with mental illness in the development & implementation of a service plan that provides clients with access to and utilization of appropriate community resources.
Want to be part of a dedicated team that helps children and families? KBH has full time positions in the Farmington and Augusta areas for Children's Case Managers. The successful candidates will work as part of a team to deliver services to children with emotional/behavioral disorders, mental illness, mental retardation, pervasive developmental disorders, and autism spectrum disorders. Do you enjoy collaborating and working in the community? Responsibilities for case management include continual assessment, knowledge of resources in the community and referral for resources, collaboration with other providers, advocacy, and assuring for quality services.
KBH is currently seeking an Outpatient Clinicians to provide office based clinical assessment and therapy services that promote long term recovery and improved health. This is a Masters level clinical position focused on providing outpatient services for clients in the Augusta and Waterville areas who experience serious emotional disturbance, behavioral health disorders, and/or substance misuse disorders.
KBH is currently seeking a full time Behavioral Health Professional! This position is available for a passionate individual with a desire to be an active team member of a Home and Community Treatment (HCT) program that covers the Skowhegan and Waterville areas. This program provides time limited, intensive, counseling and behavioral intervention services in a home or community setting to families with children. Staff will work closely with a licensed clinician to model and teach behavioral management, symptom management and parenting skills. The successful applicant will have a good grounding in child development and behavioral interventions, as well as having experience working with young children and their families. This is an excellent learning opportunity for individuals currently working toward or considering working toward their advanced degree in social work/mental health.
Are you interested in beginning a career in the thriving mental health field?
Kennebec Behavioral Health is currently seeking full-time and per diem Residential Support Aides for our Waterville, Augusta & Skowhegan locations! Residential Support Aides provide Rehabilitative support services to persons with severe and prolonged mental illness. These services include problem solving, decision making, supportive counseling, outreach, activities of daily living skills training, family support, and many more.
KBH is currently seeking full time and per diem Residential Support Workers for our Waterville, Skowhegan, and Augusta locations. Full or provisional MHRT/C required. Valid driver's license and reliable transportation required. Shift differentials available for evening and night coverage.
Kennebec Behavioral Health is currently seeking full-time and per diem Residential Support Aides to work in Waterville, Augusta, or Skowhegan. A full MHRT/1 preferred; MHRT/1 Provisional, valid driver's license, and reliable transportation required. *Completed CPR and First Aid certifications will be taken into consideration and KBH will train and provide Provisional MHRT/1 certifications to approved candidates. Shift differentials available for evening and night coverage.
Do you want to be part of a solid, supportive team? Are you a driven self-starter who like meeting your personal and professional goals? Do you have a desire to earn incentives for going above and beyond? If you answered "yes" to the questions above, please consider joining us!
Kennebec Behavioral Health is currently seeking a Master’s level intern enrolled in Master’s level Social Work or Counseling degree programs to work with our Supported Housing/Adult Outreach Program. The principal role of the Outreach Intern is to provide outreach, engagement and referral resources to the homeless population who also experience serious mental illness or co-occurring serious mental illness and substance abuse disorders.
If you are a Psychiatrist who is looking for a new challenge, join Kennebec Behavioral Health's thriving and successful outpatient psychiatric Medication Management Team. We are looking for a Psychiatrist who is BE/BC with a Maine Medical License or immediate eligibility for licensure. We have a position in our Augusta, Maine, locations. Located just a short distance from the coast, ski resorts, golf courses, lakes, rivers, and hiking trails, KBH operates central Maine's largest Medication Clinic at four sites in our region.