Med Clinic Nurse Supervisor - Augusta

Kennebec Behavioral Health is currently seeking an experienced, supportive, professional Medication Clinic Nurse Supervisor!  The successful candidate will oversee our skillful nursing staff in Augusta and Winthrop.  The Nurse Supervisor will ensure appropriate nursing care is provided to clients by overseeing the nursing intake assessment process, supporting staff with guidance and resources, and providing direct care services.  The Nurse Supervisor is also tasked with participating in the process of client case management, documentation and collaboration with other internal and external healthcare professionals.  In addition to these important responsibilities, the RNC candidate will maintain a capable staff and support individual nurses in determining and meeting their goals for direct service. 

Practice Manager - Augusta

KBH is currently seeking a full time Practice Manager to work in our Augusta 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!  The Practice Manager provides daily direction and supervision regarding quantity and quality of work and manages priorities of clinical scheduling in coordination with various departments in keeping with high standards of customer service. The Practice Manager rewards, coaches, counsels, and disciplines employees as appropriate, and provides staff with appropriate resources and support.  In addition, the Practice Manager assists with answering and directing incoming telephone calls, greeting clients, collecting co-pays, scheduling initial and follow-up client appointments, updating the client database as required, and maintaining a standard of excellent customer service.  Previous healthcare management experience is required.  If this sounds like a match for you, apply today!


Children's Case Manager - Augusta/Winthrop $1500 Sign On Bonus!

KBH has a full time position in the Augusta/Winthrop area for a Children's Case Manager. 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.