It is ABHS's intentions to assist individuals to grow within the company and learn each level of support that can be provided to a member in recovery.
ABHS hires for the following positions and requires the accompanying credentials for each position explained below. For specific questions about each position please contact our Human Resource Department or send a message though our website "Contact Us" tab above and we will respond within 2 working days.
Each position requires an active Driver's License, reliable transportation, and proof of current vehicle insurance.
If you fit any of these descriptions, we encourage you to apply, grow with the company, and develop a career that you have can determine is right for you all in one place.
At ABHS we offer the training and support to work while you earn your certification as an MHRT/1 or an MHRT/C. Both of these certifications can be earned on site at our Augusta location. ABHS offers paid trainings for our entry MHRT/1 staff, and contracts with Riverside Training for those who would like to obtain their full MHRT/C and for those who wish to attend their MHRT/C required continued education hours. ABHS further contracts with Riverside to perform the trainings needed by clinical staff for CEU's in Domestic Violence.
ABHS offers internships at each level of education, providing the correct credentialed oversight, support, and connection with your University to ensure an internship that supports your career goals.
The positions available with this level of education would be in our Daily Living Skills Department as an Individual Living Skills Specialist.
This is our entry level position which offers growth immediately within the first year with paid training by ABHS required to obtain and retain your Mental Health Rehabilitation Technician -1 (MHRT/1).
For more information about the certification please visit the Muskie Center for Higher learning website.
All ABHS trainers for the MHRT/1 are certified and recognized through Muskie. The Individual Living Skills Specialist is responsible for the direct care work guided by a client's plan of care. Duties include but are not limited to assisting and skill teaching an individual the essential functions of daily living such as maintaining a healthy living space, financial budgeting, health and psychiatric coping skills, medication monitoring, healthy eating, and self-care activities. Documentation of skills teaching, and progress must be maintained and accurately provided for the client's clinical chart.
In this position you will attend clinical supervision meetings on a regular basis in which you will discuss and learn with your colleagues and mental health licensed clinician effective ways to facilitate recovery and growth.
The positions with this level of education has varying positions within the agency. For more information about the Certification and how to obtain please visit the Muskie Website. ABHS currently contracts with Riverside Training that has certified trainers through the Muskie School to provide the classes needed to obtain this certification.
The first of these positions would be in our Daily Living Skills Program as a Supervisor. The Supervisor position includes the comprehensive assessment of client's needs, the development of the client centered plan and the oversight of the direct care staff (MHRT/1 - MHRTC) carrying out the activities of the plan.
The second position available to this applicant would be in our Skills Development Program as a Skills Development Mentor. This position is responsible for the direct 1:1 care guided by a client's plan of care. Client goal areas are more concentrated in areas of functions such as integration in the community, education, employment, health and psychiatric coping skills, medication monitoring, and self-care activities. Documentation of skills teaching, and progress must be maintained and accurately provided for the client's clinical chart. In this position you will attending a clinical supervision meeting on a regular basis in which you will discuss and learn with your colleagues and mental health licensed clinician effective ways to facilitate recovery and growth. In this position you will attend clinical supervision meetings on a regular basis in which you will discuss and learn with your colleagues and a mental health licensed clinician effective way facilitate recovery and growth.
The Third position available to this applicant would be the Adult Case Management position in either the higher needs case management program or in the behavioral health home model. Both positions are similar in the functions the position entails. The Community Case Manager responsibilities are one of a resource connector and monitor. The Case Manager will be responsible for assisting a client caseload in connecting to resources to assist in procuring and maintaining essential needs in the community. Resources include but are not limited to housing, food, financial management, coping skills, crisis interventions, health and safety of client and household, transportation, socialization, vocational opportunities, and emotional support. The Case Manager is responsible for development of a treatment plan with the identified client to facilitate the process, necessary paperwork notifying client of their rights and responsibilities, obtaining appropriate releases of information according to HIPAA guidelines, and obtaining funding needs through KEPRO Healthcare. Collaboration with the individual's support team is essential and a primary responsibility of the Case Managers.
These degrees will most likely make you eligible to qualify for your MHRT/C certifications, and therefore eligible for the above positions as well. The individual who applies with bachelor's degree may be interested in a couple of different positions.
The first position would be the Children's Case management position in either the higher-level needs program or in the Behavioral Health Home model. In this position the responsibilities would include connecting the family and identified child to resources. These resources include but are not limited to coping skills, crisis interventions, health and safety of client and household, transportation, socialization, school special education program and emotional support. The Children's Case Manager is responsible for the assessment of needs, development of the treatment plan and facilitate through resource connection to assist the family in successful achievement of these goals. The Case Manager will also ensure that the necessary clinical information is obtained and documented in the member's clinical chart.
The second position would be a Patient Navigator Position working in the Opioid Health Home (OHH). The Patient Navigator is a member of a team treating those with opioid addiction working towards recovery. The Patient Navigator works directly with the member to collaborate with other health care, mental health, social service, and community providers to guide the member in accessing additional services and support that will help the member in their recovery.
For OHH members who are receiving coordinated case management services, the Patient Navigator shall be the primary provider of care coordination, health promotion, individual and family support services, and referral to community and social support services.
Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC), Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC), and Certified Clinical Supervisor (CCS) - These Certified/Licensed individuals find positions in our Opioid Health Home (OHH) or our Comprehensive Substance Use program.
The Substance Use Counselor is responsible for assessment, diagnosing, recommendation of treatment needs, and ongoing therapy to those with Substance Use Disorder. The Counselor works within the team environment providing guidance and supervision to the team.
ABHS employs a combination of prescribers to treat with Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) those in our Opioid Health Home. This level of professional may also provide consultation to our various other programs.
The Clinical professional provides direct assessment, diagnosing, recommendation of treatment needs, and ongoing therapy to those with mental health and/or substance use disorder. The clinical professional is essential in determining level of care in our case management and daily living/skills programs. The position can be tailored according to the professional's desires to pursue a career with adults or children with varying diagnoses. Clinical Supervision for those with conditional license status is provided.
Employees at AngleZ are employees at-will. Thus, AngleZ reserves the right to terminate an employee without cause, with or without notice, at any time, just as the employee has the same right. The job offer is conditional on passing a pre-placement screening prior to the first day of employment to establish that the applicant can perform the essential functions of the job, with or without reasonable accommodations.
If your credentials match a patients needs, you may be contacted for an interview. If no matching position in available, then your application will be reconsidered periodically for a period of one year. Your application will be given serious consideration.