We are looking for motivated professionals to join our growing crisis team to provide mobile crisis services to children and adults in Kennebec and Somerset Counties. Crisis Workers are mental health emergency responders, who provide support and intervention to adults and children experiencing a crisis event. Workers are trained to provide risk-assessment and intervention for clients in locations including, but not limited to, the client’s home, correctional facilities, school and other community services sites, and Emergency Departments. Workers must qualify to be credentialed at a MHRT-CSP level (must have a minimum of an associates degree and be able to successfully complete an 8 week paid training which is a combination of class time and job shadowing/hands on experience).
Currently hiring for evening and overnight shifts. Differentials of $1 – $3 added to base hourly rate.
Social Service experience preferred, but will train the right candidate who possesses compassion for clients and their families, an ability to interact professionally with community providers, law enforcement, and Emergency Room staff. Candidates must flourish in a fast paced environment, to assist clients who are at risk. Must hold a valid drivers license in good standing and pass background checks.
Minimum of one of the following requirements:
- Bachelor’s degree in a social services related field and one year of relevant experience.
- Associates degree in a social services related field with three years of relevant experience.
Crisis & Counseling Centers offers a generous benefit package and competitive salary for full-time employees in a supportive and team oriented work environment. Benefits include: health insurance, life insurance, short-term disability, flexible spending account, paid personal leave equal to 4 weeks and 4 days per year, 10 paid holidays and a 401K plan. Additional life, long-term disability, and dental insurance available. Shift Differentials for 2nd shift, 3rd shift and weekends.
Crisis and Counseling is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, genetic information, protected veteran status, sexual orientation or any other classification protected by federal, state, or local law.