Kennebec Behavioral Health is seeking a Nurse with mental health and psychiatric nursing experience to join our Supported Housing and Community Living Skills Programs in the Augusta area. 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 purpose of this position is to provide education, consultation and nursing supports to clients and program of the department. The Supported Housing RN has oversight to the Residential and Community Living Programs, its managers and direct care staff regarding client health and medication issues. The Supported Housing RN will be responsible for reviewing and maintaining the department’s policies and protocols around medications and will provide staff training and education in collaboration with the Program Managers and other department staff as needed. The Supported Housing RN will assist with client care, education and assessment as needed and facilitate accessing community resources to ensure client needs and care are met.
If you are a Psychiatrist or Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner with certification in mental health who is looking for a new challenge, join our outpatient psychiatric medication management team. We are looking for psychiatrists who are BE/BC with a Maine Medical License or immediate eligibility for licensure. 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. We have an opening in our Skowhegan location. 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. Our Medication Clinic Teams provide our clients with assessments, and medical management education. As part of this team you will make a real difference.
Kennebec Behavioral Health is currently offering undergraduate internships in all of our four Access Center office locations. The Access Center provides initial point of contact for clients, assesses client needs, link clients to appropriate services, collects demographic data, serves as liaison with community providers, and provides crisis intervention as required.
Access Center staff and interns have worked diligently to create a clinical experiential learning environment with comprehensive learning plans, training in electronic medical records, valuable client contact time, and various research projects. Interns will have use of a workstation with a computer and a phone, interface with referral sources such as medical professionals, social service providers, and educational professionals, and interact with patients seeking services.