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Career Opportunities with WMCMHS

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WMCMHS is an equal opportunity employer (Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans). We recruit, employ, train, compensate, and promote without regard to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, veteran status, or any other basis protected by applicable federal, state or local law.

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Current Job Openings:


West Michigan Community Mental Health accepts applications for posted job openings only. The following is a list of current job openings in our organization. For additional information about any of these positions, please click on the job title below.


2019-ADMIN-002: Administrative Assistant
LocationLudington
Full TimeFull Time
Salary$31,092-$39,954
The Service Enhancement administrative assistant is responsible to support the Service Enhancement team by providing general office management and clerical and functions. Additionally, the Service Enhancement Administrative Assistant serves as the pr...

2019-ADMIN-001: Business Intelligence Analyst
LocationLudington
Full TimeFull Time
Salary$57,004-$80,356
The Service Enhancement Team (SET) of West Michigan Community Mental Health (CMH) facilitates organizational performance improvement and continuous quality improvement, performance management and compliance, system and program evaluation, and outcome...

2019-MIA-001: Care Manager for Adults
LocationBaldwin
Full TimeFull Time
Salary$38,612-$49,705
The Care Manager is responsible for providing case management services to individuals with mental illness, co-occurring substance use disorders, children with serious emotional disturbance and/or all persons with intellectual/developmental disabiliti...

2019-MIA-004: Care Manager for Adults
LocationHart
Full TimeFull Time
Salary$38,612-$49,705
The Care Manager is responsible for providing case management services to individuals with mental illness, co-occurring substance use disorders, children with serious emotional disturbance and/or all persons with intellectual/developmental disabiliti...

2019-CES-001: Community & Employment Services Program Specialist - Substitute
LocationAll
Full TimeSubstitute
Salary$14.18-$18.22
This employee is responsible for training and assisting consumers in the development of vocational, social, recreation, and daily living skills in the community.  The employee w...

2019-CES-005: Community & Employment Services Program Specialist (Part-Time)
LocationDimensions Unlimited
Full TimePart Time
Salary$14.18-$18.21
This employee is responsible for training and assisting consumers in the development of vocational, social, recreation, and daily living skills in the community.  The employee will assist consumers with job development and coaching in the commun...

2019-SUD-001: Mental Health Clinician (Mild to Moderate/Substance Use Disorder)
LocationAll
Full TimeFull Time
Salary$49,587-$63,975
The Substance Use Disorder/Mental Health Clinician is a professional position responsible for an array of clinical services, which include comprehensive assessments and intensive solution-focused therapy for individuals with Substance Use Disorders a...

2019-SUD-003: Mental Health Clinician (Mild to Moderate/Substance Use Disorder) Pay-for-Service Model
LocationAll
Full TimeFull Time
Salary$45,000**-$65,000**
The Substance Use Disorder/Mental Health Clinician is a professional position responsible for an array of clinical services, which include comprehensive assessments and intensive solution-focused therapy for individuals with Substance Use Disorders a...

2019-SUD-002: Substance Use - Peer Recovery Coach
LocationAll
Full TimeFull Time
Salary$29,503-$37,888
The Peer Recovery Associate (PRA) will provide mentoring, encouragement, motivational interviewing, recovery skills training, and social skill development for consumer of the program. The PRA is responsible for facilitating the establishment of a str...