The Residential Leader is responsible for ensuring the efficient operation of Adult and Children’s Crisis Stabilization Units (CSU) in the absence of the CSU Supervisor on the weekends.
The Residential Leader provides strong leadership and administrative support to both CSU programs, with the primary assistance being delivered on the weekends from Friday to Monday (four 10 hours days).
Some of the additional functions will include treatment plans, direct work with clients, and discharge planning. This position requires a high level of flexibility, autonomy, and independent decision-making skills to support the 24/7 CSU units.
All interested candidates must complete an on-line employment application to be considered for employment at CHCS.
Please visit our website at www.chcs-me.org to apply or contact HR at 922-4625 to set up an interview.
CHCS is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, pay transparency, protected veteran status, or any other classification protected by federal, state or local law.
Equal Opportunity employer including veteran and disability
NO Security Clearance
Must have a Bachelor’s degree in social service, mental health, or other related field
Must have three years of experience working with adults and/or children who have mental illness
Must have experience in a leadership or supervisor role
For 135 years, CHCS has developed its reputation as a highly valued provider of community home health and behavioral health services throughout Central, Eastern, and Northern Maine. You could be part of our commitment and vision.
Community Health and Counseling Services is a non-profit organization that was established in 1883. We offer behavioral health, crisis, home health and hospice services for children & adults through Maine communities.
One of the few combined home health and behavioral health care agencies in the United States, Community Health and Counseling Services combines mutually supportive programs and collaborative relationships with other health care providers to serve both the physical and psychological aspects of an individual’s well-being.
These services are offered in homes, schools, and the area offices of CHCS in central, eastern and northern Maine. The size of the CHCS service area in Maine covers over 22,000 square miles. That’s the combined size of New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Connecticut.
Through a continuum of care and support, Community Health and Counseling Services touches the lives of thousands of people each year, providing needed services to people and their families in their community in a cost-effective way.
Were else could you be given the opportunity to focus on a new career path without ever leaving the comfort that Community Health and Counseling Services offers. Career advancement possibilities are endless throughout our 23 facilities.