Crisis and Counseling Centers is Growing! We are seeking part-time and per diem residential crisis workers to work in our Augusta, Winslow and Waterville Crisis Stabilization Units.
Residential Crisis Workers provide support services to adults and children who have experienced a mental health crisis. Clients are referred to the Crisis Stabilization Unit based on concerns for safety, or inability to cope with symptoms of a mental illness or simply difficulty coping with a life event. Clients are admitted for a short term stay as a deterrent to a psychiatric hospitalization. During a client stay, staff assist in helping them to develop skills to allow them to return to their own community environment.
Crisis Residential workers provide risk assessment, treatment planning, support groups as well as coordinate services for discharge planning. In addition, staff are responsible for maintaining a therapeutic environment while maintaining and protecting client rights.
- Second Shift- 4:00pm to 12:00am
- Third Shift- 12:00am to 8:00am
Requirements: Experience in a residential setting is preferred, good communication and rapport building skills are needed. Experience working with individuals and groups as well as experience working within a multi-disciplinary team. MHRT I or MHRT C certification preferred CRMA preferred, however MHRT-I Training will be provided to qualified candidates within the first year of hire, including CRMA, CPR, First Aid, Mental Health Support Specialist (MHSS) Training. A valid Maine driver’s license and vehicle insurance as required.
Minimum of High School Diploma or GED, Associates or Bachelors in Social Services field preferred.
***Pay range is $13-15. Shift Differentials for 2nd shift, 3rd shift as well as weekends can increase your base pay up to $3.***
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.