Careers

Adult Case Manager - Augusta, Skowhegan, & Waterville $1500 Sign on Bonus!

Want to be part of a dedicated team that helps adults? Kennebec Behavioral Health is currently seeking a full time Adult Case Manager to work in the Augusta, Skowhegan, and Waterville areas. As a member of our team you will work with adults with mental illness in the development & implementation of a service plan that provides clients with access to and utilization of appropriate community resources. 

Are you a problem solver who will provide support and assistance in the community? You will assist with problem solving, decision making and coping skills to maximize strengths and eliminate barriers for our consumers. The CIS adult case manager helps consumers in getting basic needs met such as housing, food and entitlements. You will assess and evaluate, set goals, and develop a comprehensive individualized support plan describing the services or interventions needed. 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.

Community Living Services Case Manager - Augusta $1,500 Sign on Bonus!

Want to be part of a dedicated team that helps adults?

Kennebec Behavioral Health is currently seeking a Community Living Services Case Manager (full time) to work with our CLS Program. As a CLS Case Manager you will work with adults with mental illness as part of a multidisciplinary team in the development & implementation of a service plan that provides clients with access to and utilization of appropriate community resources. The primary location for this position will be Skowhegan. Candidates must also be flexible to working a non-traditional schedule. 

Why KBH? 

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!

Internship Opportunities - Access Center

Kennebec Behavioral Health is currently offering undergraduate internships in all of our four Access Center office locations. The Access Center provides initial point of contact for clients, assesses client needs, link clients to appropriate services, collects demographic data, serves as liaison with community providers, and provides crisis intervention as required.

​Access Center staff and interns have worked diligently to create a clinical experiential learning environment with comprehensive learning plans, training in electronic medical records, valuable client contact time, and various research projects. Interns will have use of a workstation with a computer and a phone, interface with referral sources such as medical professionals, social service providers, and educational professionals, and interact with patients seeking services.

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