Open Positions

Community Care, voted one of the Best Places to Work in Maine, is seeking Behavioral Support Professionals (BHP) in the following areas to provide in home support to children and their families to assist in meeting the mental health needs of the child. The BHP will be that of a Support Worker, providing one to one skill building with children.  BHP Training and certification is provided by Community Care. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree and experience working with children and families in either a paid or volunteer position.
The hourly wage for this position is $16.06 per hour.
Farmington-PT
Sanford-PT or FT
Berwick-PT or FT
Skowhegan-PT
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o Apply: Please email or fax or mail a cover letter and resume with the job title, location(s) and your name in the subject line to: 
Human Resources
E: hr@comcareme.org
F: 207-299-1102
PO BOX 936
Bangor, ME 04402
and you will be sent the full application packet. 
If you have any questions please call Dawn at 207-299-1139. Thank you for your interest in Community Care!

Community Care, voted one of the Best Places to Work in Maine, is seeking a Part Time or Full Time Family Integration Specialist (FIS).  The FIS actively participates in the evaluation, treatment, and basic care of children who require therapeutic services; provides one on one support to clients in foster homes and/or in the community and provides supervised visits to clients and families; works collaboratively with foster parents, birth parents, therapists, and other professionals.  Minimum Qualifications: Experience working with children with behavioral and/or emotional challenges and families utilizing treatment team planning; high school degree or equivalent.
Current Openings in Waterville and Bangor
To Apply: please email a resume and cover letter to
hr@comcareme.org or fax to (207)299-1102 or mail to PO Box 936 Bangor ME 04402

Please call Dawn at (207)299-1139 with any questions


Community Care offers community-based support and mental health services to individuals and families throughout Maine. Established in 1996, Care has grown to meet a wide range of social and clinical needs through its expanding continuum of programs and services, including an outpatient clinic, intensive home-based supports, adult services, residential programs, and treatment foster care. We are committed to excellence in service delivery and we value strong cooperative efforts between community providers. Accredited nationally by the Council on Accreditation, we are recognized as a top quality resource for promoting the health, well-being, and independence of individuals and families. We value our membership in Maine communities and work with our clients in a friendly atmosphere staffed by sensitive and highly skilled professionals.

Community Care, voted one of the Best Places to Work in Maine for the past 6 years, is seeking a caring and motivated individual to conduct safety assessments through investigative casework and provide support to families in our Alternative Response Program (ARP).  ARP provides support to families referred by DHHS due to reports of low to moderate child abuse and neglect. The Case Manager conducts a thorough assessment of risk, facilitates Family Team Meetings to develop a family plan, and provides support to assist the family in reaching goals.  Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree; LSW or LSW conditional or eligible for licensure preferred but not required; experience supporting families.
Openings in:
Saco/Sanford/Berwick
Bangor
Belfast
Augusta
Skowhegan
Waterville
Machias

To Apply:  Please email or fax or mail a cover letter and resume with the job title, location(s), and your name in the subject line to:

Human Resources
E: hr@comcareme.org
F: 207-299-1102
PO BOX 936
Bangor, ME 04402

and you will be sent the full application packet.

If you have any questions please call Dawn at 207-299-1139. Thank you for your interest in Community Care.

We are seeking caring and motivated individuals to provide community integration for Adults coping with mental health symptoms. This position provides case management consultation, skill teaching, development of strategies to make family life less stressful and advocacy/coordination for service needs in an effort to reduce cycles of instability in the lives of those affected by mental illness. Minimum Qualifications: High School diploma and must possess MHRT/c certification (provisional certification level acceptable); A total of one year of experience supporting adults with mental illness.
To Apply:  Please email or fax or mail a cover letter and resume with the job title, location(s), and your name in the subject line to:
Human Resources
E: hr@comcareme.org
F: 207-299-1102
PO BOX 936
Bangor, ME 04402
and you will be sent the full application packet.
If you have any questions please call Dawn at 207-299-1139. Thank you for your interest in Community Care.

The clinician will provide a high level of clinical support to youth and families within home and community settings through the Community Family Support Services program in collaboration with a bachelor level support worker. The clinician will also have the opportunity to provide outpatient mental health services to a diverse group of individuals including adults and children within families homes, as well as the possible opportunity to provide mental health counseling to youth within school settings in the Bangor/Millinocket areas. Must be able to meet the diverse clinical needs of a broad range of individuals of various ages and assist in providing referrals to ensure appropriate service delivery for each individual.  Minimum Qualifications: LCSW, LMFT, LCPC, or Ph.D., Currently licensed or otherwise recognized as qualified by the state of Maine in the disciplines required for the children served by the program.  Will accept LMSW Conditional II or LCPC Conditional under provision that individual will be fully licensed within time frame defined by supervisor. M.S./M.S.N. (masters level psychiatric nurse) licensed in the State of Maine (or eligible).  Experience supporting children and families in either a paid or volunteer setting.
Current openings in:
Millinocket
Bangor
Skowhegan
Saco
Biddeford
Scarborough
To Apply:  Please email or fax or mail a cover letter and resume with the job title, location(s), and your name in the subject line to:
Human Resources
E: hr@comcareme.org
F: 207-299-1102
PO BOX 936
Bangor, ME 04402
and you will be sent the full application packet.
If you have any questions please call Dawn at 207-299-1139. Thank you for your interest in Community Care.

Community Care, voted one of the Best Places to Work in Maine for the past 6 years, is seeking a full time Peer Support Specialist (PSS) to work within our Adult Case Management Program in Bangor. The Peer Support Specialist provides community-based support to individuals who have a mental health diagnosis and need some support/assistance with managing challenges and navigating care systems. The PSS works collaboratively with a team of professionals. The PSS must be an individual who has received, or is currently receiving, supportive services related to a diagnosed mental illness and is willing to self-identify as such.
Qualifications: CIPSS (Certified Intentional Peer Support Specialist) certification or eligibility for certification. Experience working in a peer support role is preferred.

Community Care, voted one of the Best Places to Work in Maine, is seeking a highly responsible, caring, and motivated individual to work as an Intake Social Worker. The Intake Social Worker's primary responsibility will be to receive and document referrals with concerns of child abuse and/or neglect from professionals, mandated reporters, and members of the community. Most referrals are received via telephone, though at times you may meet with a reporter in person at the Intake Office to obtain a report. As an Intake Social Worker, you will work collaboratively with Intake supervisors in determining if criteria for child protective assessment have been met, the level of risk and urgency of the report, and in directing the report to the appropriate statewide district office for response. The position will be located within the Department of Health and Human Services offices in Augusta.
Education Requirements : Bachelors degree & must have LSW, LSW-conditional; or have a degree in social work or a related field that qualifies for LSW/LSW-conditional. To see if your degree qualifies please contact the Maine State Licensing Board.
Computer Skills : Due to the fast pace of intake casework, you should be able to communicate with reporters and simultaneously enter this information into the electronic database system.