Careers

Program Nurses - $2500 Hire Incentive

Kennebec Behavioral Health is seeking Nurses with mental health and psychiatric nursing experience to join our Supported Housing and Community Living Skills Programs in the Augusta, Waterville, and Skowhegan areas. We offer competitive wages and benefits and the chance to work for a multi-site mental health provider who's been serving our communities for more than 50 years.  The Nurse we are seeking will provide nursing services and case management as part of the interdisciplinary management team to adults living in our Supported Housing sites as well as clients in our community. A very large percentage of this candidate's job will be to work with the medication management aspect, including staff training and education, ongoing oversight, and compliance assurance. The position requires travel within Northern Kennebec and Somerset Counties to residential houses, client homes and KBH locations, as necessary.

Developmental Services Case Managers - Waterville, Augusta - $1,500 Sign On!

KBH is currently looking for full time Adult Developmental Services Case Managers position in the Waterville and Augusta areas.  The successful candidate will work as part of a clinical team to deliver services to adults who are eligible for ID case management per DHHS.  Responsibilities of the case manager include on-going assessment, knowledge and understanding of community resources, advocacy, and collaboration with other providers, in addition to offering high-quality service to our consumers.

School Based Clinicians - Jackman, Skowhegan

Do you want to enhance the lives of children in Maine? Kennebec Behavioral Health is currently seeking School-Based Clinicians with a passionate interest in enhancing the lives of our Maine children! 

Are you interested in providing clinical care to students? Our School-based Clinicians provide individual intake assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning, and psychotherapy to students in Jackman and Skowhegan ME.

Why KBH?  We find that people come to KBH for a job, and end up staying for a career. The culture of KBH is what truly sets us apart. If you are looking for a place to work that is supportive, respectful, positive and allows you to do great clinical work and grow as a clinician, then come to work for us! We will compensate you well and provide enhanced clinical training! Two weeks of paid training when you start working with us! We offer competitive wages and benefits, and the chance to work for a multi-site mental health provider who's been serving our communities for more than 50 years. Apply today to change a child's life tomorrow!

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