Title Application Manager
Location COMCARE of Sedgwick County, Wichita, KS
Job Information

Job Information: Provides oversight for all technology of Health and Human Services (HHS) which includes CDDO, Aging, and COMCARE.  Responsible for working with divisions in defining the pertinent specifications of information requirements and operational needs, and for on time and on budget project management.  Maintain quality service by enforcing quality and customer service standards, analyzing and resolving quality and customer service problems, identifying local, state and national trends while recommending system improvements.

To apply, visit: https://www.hrepartners.com/jobdetails.aspx?id=33093

Or contact david.donovan@sedgwick.gov for more information.



Title Community Crisis Center Program Manager
Location COMCARE of Sedgwick County, Wichita, KS
Job Information

Job Information: Responsible for the clinical and administrative oversight of program staff that provides goal-directed, medically necessary services and support to individuals with mental health and/or substance abuse disorders. Individual participates in program planning, development and evaluation.

To apply, visit: https://www.hrepartners.com/jobdetails.aspx?id=31476

Or contact david.donovan@sedgwick.gov for more information.



Title Qualified Mental Health Professional
Location Sumner Mental Health Center, Wellington, KS
Job Information

Sumner Mental Health Center, a community mental health center located in Wellington, Kansas, has a position available for a qualified mental health professional licensed in the State of Kansas to work as an outpatient therapist.

Applicants must be eligible to provide services billed through KanCare and private insurance.  Previous community mental health experience is a plus.  Preference given for a LSCSW.  NHSC loan repayment program is available for qualified applicants.  Competitive salary, health, dental, and vision insurance, life and disability insurance, and 403(b) plan with employer contribution.  Background checks required.  Resumes should be submitted to Attn. HR, Sumner Mental Health Center, 1601 West 16th Street, PO Box 607, Wellington, KS 67152 or HR@sumnermentalhealth.org.   Open until May 10, 2019.  SMHC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.



Title Crisis Assessment Specialist
Location Bert Nash CMCH, Lawrence, KS
Job Information

Information:       The primary responsibility of the Crisis Assessment Specialist is to complete a crisis assessment for Douglas County recipients that may be in need of admission to an acute care psychiatric hospital and anyone requesting admission to a state hospital.

Some responsibilities include:

  • Conduct crisis assessment interviews including a mental status assessment of  suicidal/homicidal risk, and an evaluation of whether this individual meets the  inpatient psychiatric admission criteria.
  • Provide crisis counseling and determine, as a matter of course, whether the client would be appropriate for referral to outpatient care, or other services as an alternative to hospitalization.
  • Conduct all Reform Hospital Assessments.
  • Complete all paperwork and data entry associated with the screening and any other clinical work with the client.
  • Conduct brief phone assessments to determine the level of acuity on incoming calls to the Access Center.
  • Completing intake assessments, diagnosing/treatment plans and making appropriate referrals as indicated.
  • Provide referrals and/or schedule intake appointments as appropriate.

Apply at www.bertnash.org/careers



Title Child and Family Service Director
Location Bert Nash CMHC, Lawrence, KS
Job Information

The primary responsibilities of the Director of Child & Family Services will be the development, oversight, and internal and external coordination of a comprehensive behavioral health intervention program for clients and families of Douglas County.  Director of Child & Family Services will serve as a member of the Executive Team and the Operations Team. The Director will have a responsibility to: promote the Center-wide delivery of progressive, effective, and efficient services responsive to the evolving needs of the community; to support state of the art staff development initiatives including practicum, internship, and post-doctoral site placements; to promote collaborative ownership of child and family initiatives by such community stakeholders as health care providers, education, welfare, juvenile justice, and the private community. The Director will be responsible for implementing a model of program development and service delivery that collaboratively incorporates parents as partners in promoting the welfare of children, families, and community.

www.bertnash.org/careers

 



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