Do Good With UsHave you heard? Our team is growing!
We’re a bunch of do-gooders looking for people like us who are passionate about caring for the mental health and substance use needs of individuals within our Maine communities. We are hiring for a variety of positions at different levels within the agency
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In the past year our team has collaborated to provide individuals needing emotional support, respite, and treatment in communities across Maine in BIG ways.
individuals in crisis were provided triage, outreach, aftercare, and housing in our Crisis Stabilization Units
individual and group counseling sessions to support individuals working to improve their mental wellness and substance use habits.
individuals were educated through support groups and workshops through our G.E.A.R. Parent Network program.
To develop and deliver effective solutions to the diverse behavioral health needs of our community in a professional and respectful manner.
Our Guiding Principles
- We value choice, access, dignity, and quality.
- We value diversity, individuality and community inclusion.
- We believe in helping people improve their quality of life consistent with their values, traditions and priorities.
- We support, promote, operate and manage services that are consistent with best clinical practices.
- We believe responsive, accessible and effective services require the involvement of consumers and their families.
- We value the integrity of individuals, families and their support systems.
- We demonstrate cultural sensitivity, integrity and commitment in all actions.
- We value responsible management and an environment that promotes staff cohesiveness and growth.
We’re in the business of saving and changing lives.That’s what makes our work incredibly rewarding and challenging. To show our employees how appreciated their efforts are we offer the following perks and benefits:
We’ve got you covered.
Our competitive benefits package includes health, dental, short- and long-term disability, life insurance, a Health Savings Account (HSA) option or a Flexible Spending Account (FSA) that allows you to set aside money on a pre-tax basis to cover medical or daycare expenses for yourself, your spouse, and all dependents claimed on your tax return, AND up to a 5% match contribution in our 401k plan.
We believe that quality time away from work is vital to our employees’ personal and professional success. That’s why we offer to eligible employees a flexible PTO plan to encourage employees to take time off as needed to come back refreshed as well as ten (10) paid holidays per year.
We’re committed to growing our team.
We help our employees broaden their skills by offering ongoing training and learning opportunities to gain new credentials. These include on-site trainings, educational conferences, seminars, and educational reimbursement. For credentialed and licensed full-time staff, the agency will assist with training cost and renewal fees for required certifications or licensure.
Ok well maybe not “foodies”, but food matters to us at C&C and it is one of the ways we show our gratitude. When we’re not gathering up food donations to support local food drives and holding cook-offs to raise funds to support our local United Way’s we are hosting employee barbeques at our agency headquarters during the summer, seasonal potlucks, or impromptu thank you lunches.
At C&C, we support employees living healthy, fulfilled, and balanced lives. Twice a year, we offer a $50 gym membership reimbursement or for participation in healthy living classes at MaineGeneral or your local adult education program. With advance approval we also sponsor employee participation in high-level and charity-related sports competitions.
Be yourself. Our mission is to support the diverse behavioral health needs of the communities we serve so our culture must celebrate and support diversity amongst our staff that makes us stronger advocates for our clients.
Questions & Answers
What can I expect from the interview process?
Before the interview you will receive an e-mail with the job description to provide you with additional information about the duties required of the position. The interview will take place at our main office, located at: 10 Caldwell Road, August Maine. Plan approximately one hour for the interview.
When you arrive you can park in the main parking lot or along the street. Enter through the main entrance and check-in at the front desk and let them know you have a scheduled interview with Human Resources.
What is the company dress code?
Staff should dress in a professional manner. Casual attire is common. Clothing must be clean and in good general appearance. Jeans are allowed. Clothing advertising slogans, imagery or phrases that are objectionable or are not in keeping with the agency mission are prohibited. Programs may have specific requirements. If hired, your supervisor will go over those details with you.
Is travel required?
Some positions will require travel.
How many hours do I have to work to be considered full-time?
An employee who consistently works 30 hours a week is considered full-time and is eligible for benefits.
How many hours do I work if I want to be considered a part-time employee?
Part-time employees work less than 30 hours per week.
What are the requirements of per diem work?
Staff who are interested in working per diem at Crisis and Counseling will be able to work a flexible schedule. It is required that a per diem employee work at least two shifts a month in addition to two meeting commitments.
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