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Position: Outpatient Therapist – Livingston

Close Date: Open until filled

Hours: 40/week Full-time

Job Summary: Responsible for providing clinical counseling services to adult and youth clients at the Livingston Mental Health Center.

Essential Job Responsibilities: Provide clinical assessment and intake; group, individual, youth, couples, and family therapy sessions; emergency evaluation and management; diagnosis; and case management. Utilize Partners for Change Outcome Management System (PCOMS) into daily work with clients. Must adhere to LMHC policy and procedure including productivity and case load expectations, treatment planning, and ethical and confidentiality expectations. Must work effectively under stressful conditions; assess and manage numerous severe mental health cases; address one’s own mental health needs and model a mentally healthy lifestyle; effectively manage time and schedules; work closely with other members of a treatment team and other community agencies; develop, implement and evaluate service plans and communicate effectively orally and in writing; and additional responsibilities as needed or assigned.

Education & Experience: This position requires a graduate degree from an accredited institution in psychology, clinical social work, professional counseling, or other clinical behavioral science. License eligible within two years of hire is required, a professional Montana license (LCSW/LCPC) preferred. Community mental health and/or psychiatric hospital experience is preferred.

This position is eligible for loan repayment through National Health Services Corps.

Please submit resume, cover letter, and application to: bozeman@wmmhc.org


Position: Outpatient Therapist

Close Date: Open until filled

Hours: 40/week Full-time

Job Summary: Responsible for providing clinical counseling services to adult and youth clients at the Gallatin Mental Health Center.

Essential Job Responsibilities: Provide clinical assessment and intake; group, individual, youth, couples, and family therapy sessions; emergency evaluation and management; diagnosis; and case management. Utilize Partners for Change Outcome Management System (PCOMS) into daily work with clients. Must adhere to GMHC policy and procedure including productivity and case load expectations, treatment planning, and ethical and confidentiality expectations. Must work effectively under stressful conditions; assess and manage numerous severe mental health cases; address one’s own mental health needs and model a mentally healthy lifestyle; effectively manage time and schedules; work closely with other members of a treatment team and other community agencies; develop, implement and evaluate service plans and communicate effectively orally and in writing; and additional responsibilities as needed or assigned.

Education & Experience: This position requires a graduate degree from an accredited institution in psychology, clinical social work, professional counseling, or other clinical behavioral science. License eligible within two years of hire is required, a professional Montana license (LCSW/LCPC) preferred. Community mental health and/or psychiatric hospital experience is preferred.

This position is eligible for loan repayment through National Health Services Corps.

Please submit resume, cover letter, and application to: bozeman@wmmhc.org


Position: Crisis Stabilization Worker

Close Date: Open until Filled

Hours: Part Time

Location/Program: Gallatin Mental Health Center / Hope House Crisis Stablization Center

Job Summary: Under general supervision from the Hope House Operations Manager and Hope House Clinical Supervisor, this position provides crisis stabilization services to individuals with mental health crises and group home residents in need of 24-hour care. This position provides guidance with authorization for service, charting, and gives direction to other CSW staff.

Essential Job Responsibilities: CSW provides daily behavioral supervision of consumers in the crisis stabilization program assuring safety at all times. CSW will implement and follow consumer’s treatment  plan for recovery.

Skills and Abilities: Ability to communicate information (orally and in writing) clearly, concisely and respectfully to clients, families, other professionals and agencies.   Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships within the agency, clients, family members, and involved personnel from other agencies and professions.  Ability to exercise professional judgment in evaluating situations and making decisions.  Ability to apply effectively the required technical knowledge regarding mental illness and crisis intervention.  Knowledge of the principles, procedures, techniques and trends in mental health crisis intervention and considerable knowledge of human behavior.  Knowledge of the laws, rules and regulations regarding service to persons with acute mental illness and of the needs and problems of persons with mental illness.  Knowledge of policies and procedures of agency providing treatment services. Knowledge of authorization for service, current charting protocols, and detailed needs of a shift.

Education, Experience & Licensure/Certification: The above knowledge, skills and abilities are typically acquired through an Associate of Arts degree and 1 year work experience in a mental health setting.  Equivalent combinations of education and experience may be considered.  Selection procedures to be used in evaluating applications may include evaluation of resume submitted, an oral interview and consideration of prior performance.

Please submit resume, cover letter, and application to: bozeman@wmmhc.org


Position: Psychiatrist (Bozeman and Livingston locations)

Close Date: Open until filled

Hours: 40/hrs (Monday through Friday)

Salary: Negotiable wages, excellent benefits

Job Summary: The Psychiatrist is responsible for the provision of psychiatric treatment of WMMHC clients receiving services with particular specialization in the treatment of individuals with severe and persistent mental illness.  The Psychiatrist functions as an active member of a team of professionals in the delivery of community based mental health treatment and rehabilitative services providing psychiatric/medical consultation for Acute In-Patient Services, Outpatient Therapy, Psychosocial Rehabilitation, Case Management and Emergency Services.  The Psychiatrist provides training for staff and consultations for families and clients as appropriate and positively represents the Mental Health Center to the medical community.

Essential Job Responsibilities: Provide adult and children psychiatric/medication evaluations, consultations, prescription services and medication education. Participate in Clinical Staffing meetings providing recommendations for treatment interventions and treatment plan implementations for new and emergent cases. Provide regular and routine clinical consultation on clients served through Gallatin and Park Counties.

Qualifications: Ability to effectively provide leadership, training and consultation to a diverse group of professionals; ability to relate effectively with administration, consumers and family members and represent the Center in a positive manner within the community; ability to develop therapeutic alliances, perform assessments, diagnoses and develop practical treatment approaches for and with consumers who are experiencing symptoms of severe and persistent mental illness; ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.  On Call expectations for Bozeman, and for Butte and Helena via Telemedicine.

Education, Experience & Licensure/Certification: This position requires a medial degree, a license to practice medicine in the State of Montana and Board certification as a Psychiatrist.  Must have extensive training or experience in community based psychiatric treatment of individuals diagnosed with severe and persistent mental illness, a comprehensive and current knowledge of psychotropic medications and an understanding of crisis intervention and the use of alternative services.

Please submit resume, cover letter, and application to: bozeman@wmmhc.org


Position: Advanced Practice Registered Nurse – Psychiatric (Bozeman and Livingston locations)

Close Date: Open Until Filled

Hours: 40 hours/week (Monday through Friday)

Salary:  DOE

Job Summary: The APRN is responsible for the provision of psychiatric treatment of SED or SDMI clients receiving outpatient services. The APRN functions as an active member of a team of professionals in the delivery of community based mental health treatment and rehabilitative services providing psychiatric/medical consultation for: Outpatient Therapy, Day Treatment, Community Based Rehabilitation, Case Management, Crisis House services and Family Based Therapy services. The APRN provides training for staff and consultations for families and clients as appropriate and positively represents the Mental Health Center to the medical community.

Essential Job Responsibilities: Full job description available by request.

Qualifications: Ability to effectively provide leadership, training, and consultation to a diverse group of professionals; ability to relate effectively with administration, consumers, and family members and alliances, perform assessments, diagnoses, and develop practical treatment approaches for and with consumers who are experiencing symptoms of serious emotional disturbance or severe and persistent mental illness.  This is a 40 hour position Monday through Friday with On-call expectations for Bozeman and for Butte and Helena via Telemedicine.

Education, Experience & Licensure/Certification: This position requires a master’s degree in Nursing from an accredited institution and a license to practice in the State of Montana. Must have extensive training or experience in community based psychiatric treatment of individuals diagnosed with serious emotional disturbance or severe and persistent mental illness, a comprehensive and current knowledge of psychotropic medications, and an understanding of crisis intervention and the use of hospital alternative services.

Please submit resume, cover letter, and application to: bozeman@wmmhc.org


Position: Emergency Mental Health Professional (Crisis Response Team – CRT)

Close Date: Until filled

Hours: Full-time and Part-time opportunities with flexible scheduling (FT position is typically 11 shifts per month and PT position can be negotiated)

Location: This position allows employees to base their location at home and respond to calls in the field in a timely manner

Salary: DOE

Job Summary: This position provides 24-hour mental health emergency/crisis intervention services to the citizens of Gallatin, Madison and Park counties at designated facilities (hospitals, jails, crisis house, etc). This position does not require in-home services.

Essential Job Responsibilities: Assess mental status, risk, and clinical needs of persons in distress; Provide emergency psychotherapy; Follow up on the status of persons in distress; Search out and refer to community resources; Evaluate clinical need for hospitalization; Evaluate appropriateness for involuntary treatment according to legal criteria; Provide written reports to county attorney and court; Testify in court in civil commitment cases; Provide consultation to hospital emergency room staff; Provide consultation to county jail and law enforcement personnel; Provide consultation to families, friends, and other providers of care to persons in acute distress; Provide clinical direction to Hope House staff; Complete clinical records and reports according to established policy and procedure; Compile statistics; Attend monthly clinical and staff meetings.

Qualifications: Ability to provide psychiatric assessment and crisis stabilization services to a variety of individuals in a variety of professional settings; Ability to evaluate according to clinical and legal criteria; Ability to write professional evaluations and testify in court; Ability to assess availability of and make appropriate referral to community resources; Ability to interact in a professional manner with a number of professional and consumer groups, often in stressful circumstances; Ability to prioritize and to respond appropriately to simultaneous demands.

Education, Experience & Licensure/Certification: Licensure as a social worker, psychologist, or counselor in state of MT eligible for certification by the State of Montana as a Certified Mental Health Professional Person. A master’s or doctoral degree from an accredited program in social work, clinical psychology, or psychological counseling with demonstrated coursework and practicum in assessment and treatment of seriously mentally ill adults. At least three years of post-master’s experience working in a clinical setting where evaluation and referral skills are utilized, at least one year of which was spent assessing and treating severe and persistent mentally ill adults and at least six months of which was inpatient work, preferred. Preference for person who also has clinical experience with children, adolescents and families.

Please submit resume, cover letter, and application to: bozeman@wmmhc.org


Position: Registered Nurse (RN)

Close Date: Until filled

Hours: On-call

Salary: DOE

Job Summary: Under the supervision of the nursing supervisor, is responsible for the provision of nursing services to mentally ill adults. Psychiatric mental health nursing practice is characterized by interventions that promote and foster health, assess dysfunction, assist patients to regain or improve their coping abilities, and prevent further disability. These interventions focus on psychiatric-mental health crisis-stabilization patients and include health promotion and health maintenance, intake screening and evaluation, case management, provision of a therapeutic environment, tracking patients and assisting them with self-care activities, and monitoring psycho-biological treatment regimens, health teaching, counseling and crisis intervention. The RN functions as an active member of a team of professionals in the delivery of community based mental health and substance abuse treatment and rehabilitative services.

Essential Job Responsibilities:

  • Provide on-call duties for crisis facility and outpatient facility. Provide nursing assessments and triage as part of crisis house admissions. Respond within 30 minutes of call for admission into crisis facility.
  • Distribute required medications to consumers as prescribed.
  • Secure medications daily and monitor and maintain stock supply.
  • Supervise consumers with filling medication organizers or as medication changes arise.
  • Report medication changes to treatment team in accordance with program and WMMHC policy.
  • Facilitate psycho-educational groups regarding medications and health issues.
  • Perform case management functions for Consumers.
  • Preform nursing assessments
  • Perform Community Based Psychiatric Rehabilitation functions for Consumers.
  • Conduct AIMS testing to consumers on psychotropic medications every six months.
  • Facilitate yearly physical for consumers on psychotropic medications and record results in charts.
  • Take and record blood pressure and weight for consumers monthly.
  • Work the scheduled FTE (Full Time Equivalency) as assigned. (Example: 75%, 100%,etc.)
  • Abide by the employee Code of Ethics, Policies, Procedures and Values set forth by Western Montana Mental Health Center.
  • Accurately complete personal daily time, sheet, clinical documentation, and appropriate billing log and submit to supervisor in accordance with program policy.
  • Attend and participate in all required meetings unless excused by Supervisor.
  • Advise the Director and/or supervisor in advance of any possible or pending involvement in legal proceedings regarding professional services rendered by any employee.
  • Complete all required paperwork in compliance with the managed care Contract, State Standards and WMMHC Policies and Procedures.
  • Perform additional duties that may be assigned by the supervisor that may be specific to program or regional needs.

Requirements: Must be licensed as an RN or LPN in the state of Montana and preference for one year experience working with adults with mental illness.

Knowledge: This position requires a Registered Nurse license in the state of Montana. Must have extensive training or experience in community based psychiatric treatment of individuals diagnosed with severe and persistent mental illness, and comprehensive and current knowledge of psychotropic medications and best nursing practices, an understanding of crisis intervention and the use of services as alternatives to in-hospital care.

Abilities: Ability to effectively provide leadership, training and consultation to a diverse group of professionals; ability to relate effectively with administration, clients and family members and represent the Center in a positive manner within the community; ability to develop therapeutic alliances, perform assessments, and develop practical treatment approaches for and with clients who are experiencing symptoms of severe and persistent mental illness; ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing. Ability to work 40 hours per week, with flexibility.

Please submit resume, cover letter, and application to: bozeman@wmmhc.org


Position: Adult Case Manager – Livingston

Hours: Full-Time

Location: Livingston

Salary: DOE

Job Summary: Under general supervision of the Adult Case Manager Lead and Executive Director, provides intensive case management services within a team setting to a group of individuals with severe and persistent mental illness.

Essential Job Responsibilities:

  • Assists consumers to identify strengths, needs and goals in residential, health, vocational, educational, social and economic domains.
  • Coordinates necessary specialized services including psychiatric, psychological, medical, educational and housing based on the needs and desires of the consumer.
  • Involves family and significant others, with the appropriate releases, as needed in the assessment and planning process of service delivery.
  • Assists in the development and implementation of written case management treatment plans to be signed by both the treatment team.
  • Facilitates consumer access and utilization of natural community resources.
  • Provides transportation to consumers using a motor vehicle, this typically requires a current Montana driver’s license and the ability to operate a motor vehicle.
  • Participate in ongoing supervision with supervisor
  • Provides services to consumers in environments which are preferred by the consumer.
  • Provides outreach as a preferred mode of service delivery.
  • Accompanies consumers to services and resources in the community as needed and desired by the consumer.
  • Acts as an advocate on behalf of the consumer and insure the protection of rights through direct intervention, education and facilitation of advocacy groups in the community.
  • Utilizes supportive counseling as a means to assist consumers to set realistic, obtainable goals; to offer support and assist consumers in the decision making process.
  • Assists consumers to acquire life skill education in the natural environment in order to maximize an independent lifestyle.
  • Provides and coordinate emergency services, including the deployment of crisis support workers.
  • Actively follows clients even when they are in the hospital. Assist in developing and implementing realistic, effective discharge planning.
  • Regularly monitors mediations of clients. Interface as needed with psychiatrists concerning medications and other related issues.
  • Educates clients, family members and community resource persons concerning mental illness, mediations and related issues.
  • Assists clients on medical issues and make referrals to medical professionals as needed.
  • Ensures compliance with appropriate mental health law and consumer rights.
  • Actively develops a working relationship with the community resource agencies and individuals in order to facilitate services for clients.
  • Accounts for scheduled FTE (Full Time Equivalency) as hired per program budget. (Example: 75%, 100%, etc).
  • Accurately and timely completes personal daily time sheet and appropriate billing log and submit to supervisor in accordance with program policy.
  • Abides by the Employee Code of Ethics, Policies, Procedures and Values set forth by Western Montana Mental Health Center.
  • Attend and participate in all required meetings unless excused by supervisor.
  • Advise the Executive Director and supervisor in advance of any possible or pending involvement in legal proceedings regarding professional services rendered by any employee or any situation that may occur immediately.
  • Completes all required paperwork in compliance with the Managed Care Contract, State Standards and WMMHC Policies and Procedures.
  • Perform functions of CBPRS to assist clients as outlined in treatment planning process.
  • Perform additional duties that may be assigned by the supervisor that may be specific to program or regional needs.

Knowledge: Considerable knowledge of the principals and practices of social work, human development and behavior; of contemporary social and economic conditions; working knowledge of the laws, rules and regulations related to individuals with mental illness, of agency policies and procedures governing treatment services; and of the needs and problems related to individuals with severe and persistent mental illness.

Abilities: Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships within the agency, with clients and family members, and with involved personnel from other agencies and professions; to exercise professional judgment in evaluating situations and making decisions; and to community effective orally in writing.

Qualifications: The above knowledge and abilities are typically acquired through a combination of education and experience equivalent to an associate arts degree in social work, counseling or a related behavioral science and one year related work experience or a bachelor’s degree in an appropriate field.

Please submit resume, cover letter, and application to: bozeman@wmmhc.org


Position: Contracted Position, Therapist- Livingston

Close Date: Open until filled

Hours: Flexible

Pay: Negotiable

Job Summary: Responsible for providing clinical counseling services to clients at the Livingston Montana Mental Health Center. This is a contracted position and the contractor will be an independent contractor, providing services for the Center, the State Department of Institutions and the State of Montana. The contractor will not be considered an employee of the Center.

Essential Job Responsibilities: Provide clinical assessment and intake; therapy sessions; emergency evaluation and management; diagnosis; and case management. Utilize Partners for Change Outcome Management System (PCOMS) into daily work with clients. Must adhere to LMHC policy and procedure including treatment planning and ethical and confidentiality expectations. Must work effectively under stressful conditions; assess and manage severe mental health cases; address one’s own mental health needs and model a mentally healthy lifestyle; effectively manage time and schedules; work closely with other members of a treatment team and other community agencies; develop, implement and evaluate service plans and communicate effectively orally and in writing; and additional responsibilities as contracted.

Education, Experience & Licensure/Certification: This position requires a graduate degree from an accredited institution in psychology, clinical social work, professional counseling, or other clinical behavioral science and a professional LCSW or LCPC license in good standing. Community mental health and/or psychiatric hospital experience is preferred.

Please submit resume, cover letter, and application to: bozeman@wmmhc.org


Position: Emergency Mental Health Professional- based out of Bozeman Health Deaconess Hospital Emergency Department

Close Date: until filled

Hours: 40 hours/week M-F 8am-4pm

Location: Bozeman Health Deaconess Hospital Emergency Room

Salary: DOE

Job Summary: This position provides mental health emergency/crisis intervention services to patients at Bozeman Health Deaconess Hospital, primarily in the emergency department.  On occasion this position may call for provision of 24-hour mobile mental health emergency/crisis intervention services to the citizens of Gallatin, Madison, and Park counties as needed and occasionally provides relief for other crisis staff on short notice.  This position does not require in-home services.

Essential Job Responsibilities: Assess mental status, risk, and clinical needs of persons in distress; Provide emergency psychotherapy; Follow up on the status of persons in distress; Search out and refer to community resources; Evaluate clinical need for hospitalization; Evaluate appropriateness for involuntary treatment according to legal criteria; Provide written reports to county attorney and court; Testify in court in civil commitment cases; Provide consultation to hospital emergency room staff; Provide consultation to county jail and law enforcement personnel; Provide consultation to families, friends, and other providers of care to persons in acute distress; Provide clinical direction to Hope House staff; Complete clinical records and reports according to established policy and procedure; Compile statistics; Attend monthly clinical and staff meetings.

Qualifications: Ability to provide psychiatric assessment and crisis stabilization services to a variety of individuals in a variety of professional settings; Ability to evaluate according to clinical and legal criteria; Ability to write professional evaluations and testify in court; Ability to assess availability of and make appropriate referral to community resources; Ability to interact in a professional manner with a number of professional and consumer groups, often in stressful circumstances; Ability to prioritize and to respond appropriately to simultaneous demands.

Education, Experience & Licensure/Certification: Licensure as a social worker, psychologist, or counselor in state of MT eligible for certification by the State of Montana as a Certified Mental Health Professional Person. A master’s or doctoral degree from an accredited program in social work, clinical psychology, or psychological counseling with demonstrated coursework and practicum in assessment and treatment of seriously mentally ill adults.  At least three years of post-master’s experience working in a clinical setting where evaluation and referral skills are utilized, at least one year of which was spent assessing and treating severe and persistent mentally ill adults and at least six months of which was inpatient work, preferred.  Preference for person who also has clinical experience with children, adolescents and families.

Please submit resume, cover letter, and application to: bozeman@wmmhc.org


Position: Vocational  Specialist

Close Date: Until Filled

Location / Program: Gallatin Mental Health Center / Beacon Employment Services

Hours: 40 hours/week (must be flexible)

Salary: DOE

Job Summary: Under general supervision, this position provides vocational services including job development, placement, and coaching to individuals with severe and persistent mental illness so they successfully maintain employment following Dartmouth Individual Placement and Support supported employment model.

Essential Job Responsibilities:

  • Adheres to IPS Supported Employment model fidelity measures and practices.
  • Contacts a minimum of six employers per week in the community to develop employment sites appropriate for consumer placement.
  • Performs jobsite analysis to determine physical, social, and mental demands.
  • Focuses on consumer-driven service and matches consumer job skills/behaviors to jobsite requirements.
  • Provides ongoing vocational support services to consumers to including job coaching, employer advocacy, and employee co-worker education.
  • Attends consumer meetings with MVR vocational counselor and assists with development and implementation of individual rehabilitation plans (vocational plan).
  • Maintains paperwork according to agency and program standards.
  • Attends appropriate community meetings to network with other agencies.
  • Provides office coverage as scheduled to assist with referral consumer support services in the office, by phone, or in person.
  • Maintains agency standards for case management productivity.
  • Arrives on time and participates in all required agency, program, and team meetings.
  • Works cooperatively and communicates effectively with staff and supervisor.
  • Treats coworkers, consumers, and community contacts with respect and professionalism.
  • Complies with applicable state and federal laws, rules, and agency standards.
  • Collaborates with other community agencies to maintain appropriate professional relationships.
  • Uses effective verbal and written communication.
  • Able to exercise discretion and maintain consumer and employee confidentiality.
  • Committed to the mission of WMMHC and adheres to the employee Code of Ethics, Policies, Procedures, and Values set forth by WMMHC.
  • Able to sit for at least two hour increments.
  • Able to enter non-wheelchair accessible homes.
  • Able to use sense of sight and hearing to assess environment and consumers and to ensure personal safety.
  • Work the scheduled FTE (Full Time Equivalency – example: 75%, 100%, etc.) providing in-community services 65% of FTE schedule.
  • Provides transportation to consumers. Maintains current Montana driver license, insured motor vehicle, and ability to operate a motor vehicle.
  • Informs the director and vocational program manager in advance of any possible or pending legal involvement related to vocational services provided by Gallatin Mental Health Center.
  • Able to use basic computer programs and complete documentation on computer.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

: Ability to communicate information (orally and in writing) clearly, concisely, and respectfully to consumers, families, other professionals, and agencies. Knowledge of marketing, job development, and placement. Knowledge of effective intervention techniques utilized in ongoing job training and job coaching. Understanding of persons with serious mental illness. Ability to provide timely and appropriate interventions in vocational programming. Ability to work cohesively with employer, treatment team, and consumer in ongoing supported employment process. Ability to adapt to changing work schedules due to the change expectations of job development and job coaching activities, including possible weekend or evening work. Ability to establish appropriate relationships with persons with serious mental illness.

Education, Experience & Licensure/Certification: The above knowledge and abilities are typically acquired through a combination of education and experience equivalent to a bachelor’s degree in liberal arts with coursework in social sciences and/or marketing/business, and one year of related work experience. A Master’s degree with advanced training and one year vocational work experience is preferred.

Please submit resume, cover letter, and application to: bozeman@wmmhc.org


Position: Hope House Therapist

Close Date: Until Filled

Location/Department: Gallatin Mental Health Center / Hope House Crisis Stablization Facility

Hours: Full Time

Salary: DOE

Job Summary: Under the supervision of the Clinical Director, Hope House Therapist is responsible for providing clinical services to clients of the Gallatin Mental Health Center at Hope House.

Essential Job Responsibilities:

  • Carry a case load as assigned by Supervisor in accordance with mental health care standards. Meet     assigned productivity standards regarding billable units.
  • Professionally represent WMMHC in the community through the provision of consultation, education and networking with law enforcement, social service agencies, and concerned citizens throughout the community.
  • Assess and serve the clinical needs of the Bozeman population. Provide clinical assessments, counseling groups, conduct therapy sessions, interview clients for evaluation and recommendation purposes, and           provide emergency evaluations and management, diagnosis, case management.
  • Make referrals to appropriate community resources as indicated by the needs of the client.
  • Work the scheduled FTE (Full Time Equivalency) as assigned. (Example: 75%, 100%, etc.)
  • Abide by the employee Code of Ethics, Policies, Procedures and Values set forth by Western Montana Mental Health Center and professional guidelines.
  • Accurately complete personal weekly time sheets and appropriate billing logs and submit to supervisor in accordance with program policies.
  • Attend and participate in all required meetings unless excused by supervisor.
  • Advise the Executive Director and/or Clinical and Administrative supervisors in advance of any possible or pending involvement in legal proceedings regarding professional services rendered by any employee.
  • Complete all required paperwork in compliance with the GMHC policies and procedures and state standards.
  • Perform additional duties that may be assigned by the supervisor that may be specific to program or regional needs.

: The duties assigned to this position require post-graduate education in psychology, clinical social work, professional counseling, mental health, psychiatric nursing, or another clinically oriented behavior science. A master’s degree from an accredited institution is required. The duties of this position require professional maturity which is typically obtained with at least three years of full-time post-graduate experience in a predominantly clinical position. Additional correctional mental health, community mental health , and/or psychiatric hospital experience is preferred. License or license eligible is required.

Knowledge: The clinical therapist must possess a thorough knowledge of the following: psychological theory, systems and research; interpersonal psycho dynamics; family systems theory and principles; motivation theory and principles, psychotherapeutic relationships, clinical treatment methods and interventions, psycho pathology, diagnosis using the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders; clinical interviewing and assessment; substance abuse disorders and treatment; emergency psychiatry/crisis management, suicide dynamics, suicide risk assessment and suicide prevention; assessment of malingering and deception; professional documentation standards; referral and consultation practices; and treatment planning skills.

Abilities: Duties assigned to this position require unique abilities including the following: the ability to work in a correctional environment; the ability to work under stressful conditions; the ability to work in cooperation with security staff; the ability to work with oppositional, offensive, and potentially violent criminal offenders; the ability to assess and manage multiple and severe mental health crises; the ability to lead; the ability to address one’s own mental health needs and model a mentally healthy lifestyle; the ability to accept additional responsibilities; the ability to effectively manage time and schedules; the ability to develop, implement and evaluate service plans and the ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.

Please submit resume, cover letter, and application to: bozeman@wmmhc.org


Position: Maintenance Technician

Close Date: Until filled

Location: Gallatin Mental Health Center

Salary: DOE

Job Summary: Under supervision of the facilities manager, performs skilled work in the maintenance, alteration and or upkeep of buildings, ground and equipment. Additional duties include providing general custodial back up when necessary. Monday – Friday and may include weekends, 20hrs per week hours may vary.

Essential Job Responsibilities:

  • Must be available for emergency situations.
  • Minor repair; maintain buildings such as HVAC, electrical and plumbing systems.
  • Performs electrical, carpentry, masonry and plumbing, and HVAC work of a maintenance nature.
  • Wash, paint or stain buildings, walls, woodwork and other items to maintain appearances.
  • Participates in planning, repair, maintenance and/or minor remodeling projects.
  • Responsible for all shoveling some of the walks in wintertime.
  • Perform general maintenance duties such as replacing furnace filters and checking water heaters as well as other duties assigned by supervisor.
  • Operate equipment such as lawnmower, trimmer, and snow blower.
  • Work orders determine what gets done and in what order. Hours are scheduled by the job work order. Schedule will remain flexible for completion of job responsibilities. Work orders need to be completed and then presented to the Operations Manager or Facilities Manager for tracking how many hours went to which department.
  • Maintain appropriate personal and professional boundaries with clients, families, co-workers and community resources.
  • Perform general custodial duties such as sweeping, mopping, dusting and vacuuming.
  • Monthly Maintenance Records are completed for all buildings and turned into the Operations Manager.
  • Ability to act as a role model by making mature and responsible decisions.
  • Facilitates consumer access and utilization of natural community resources.
  • Actively develops a working relationship with community resource agencies and individuals in order to facilitate services for consumers.
  • Perform related work as assigned.
  • Attend yearly CPI training.
  • Perform additional duties that may be assigned by the supervisor that may be specific to program or regional needs.
  • Participate in supervision and meetings with supervisor.
  • Attend meetings as required.
  • Abides by the Employee Code of Ethics, Policies, Procedures and Values set forth by Western Montana Mental Health Center.
  • Completes all required paperwork in compliance with the Managed Care Contract, State Standards, and WMMHC Policies and Procedures.
  • Ensure compliance with appropriate mental health laws and consumer rights.

Requirements: Working knowledge of appropriate maintenance and upkeep techniques, tools, equipment and safety standards; operations of heating/cooling. Knowledge of record keeping; and maintenance cost calculations. Productivity requirements will be established/required while educating consumers on job specific tasks.

Knowledge:

  • Minimum experience and education equivalent to a High School Diploma or GED.
  • Skills in the use of various maintenance tools and equipment.
  • Effective written and verbal communication skills.
  • Effective time management skills.
  • Must have a valid Montana driver’s license.

Abilities:

  • Ability to perform general maintenance and some skilled craft or trade work.
  • Ability to lift 50 lbs.
  • Ability to use a ladder up to 20 ft tall for the purpose of cleaning and maintaining the buildings.
  • Ability to perform a range of physical motions, including but not limited to; Lifting and carrying items as needed.
  • Standing, walking, sitting for long periods of time.
  • Kneeling, squatting, and stooping.
  • Ascending/descending stairs.
  • Must be able to enter non-wheelchair accessible homes.
  • Establish and maintain effective working relations with managers and subordinates.
  • Commitment to the vision, values, and mission of the agency.
  • Acceptance of a variety of lifestyles, behaviors, cultural and spiritual practices.
  • Ability to work within the framework of a therapeutic setting.
  • Ability to perform verbal de-escalation.
  • Ability to exercise discretion and maintain client and employees confidentiality.
  • Ability work with computers.

Please submit resume, cover letter, and application to: bozeman@wmmhc.org