Careers

Case Manager, Clients with Intellectual Disabilities - $1,500 Sign on Bonus!

KBH is currently looking for full, or part time Adult Developmental Services Case Manager to work with adults with intellectual disabilities in the Skowhegan area. 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.

Med Clinic RNC - Sign on Bonus!

Are you interested in joining a dedicated team? Kennebec Behavioral Health is currently seeking experienced, supportive, professional Medication Clinic Nurses to join our medication management team. We have openings in our Augusta, Farmington, and Skowhegan locations! The successful candidate will provide nursing services to clients of the Medication Clinic. Clients include children, families, and adults.

**Sign on bonus opportunity available!**

Requirements:

  • RN's who meet criteria to sit for the ANCC certification board are encouraged to apply (Per the American Nurses Credentialing Center, the requirements for the psychiatric-mental health nursing RN-BC credential include a RN license, 2 years of practice as a full-time RN, and 2,000 hours of clinical practice in a psychiatric-mental health nursing within 3 years). 

 

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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