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Human Resources

Our Human Resources (HR) department is committed to identifying the strongest and most qualified candidates to join the agency to support our mission to provide quality care. MFR often has opportunities available for professionals in the mental health care industry as well as administrative support, finance, and human resources.

 

Careers

Available Positions:

Community Support Worker (Contract)
Independent contractors, (full-time and part-time caseloads) needed to provide age appropriate recovery and relapse prevention services and skills training (including, but not limited to daily living skills, social skills, anger management skills, etc.) to adults and children being treated with mental illness in community settings. There is a heavy emphasis on documentation. Bachelor’s Degree Required (Concentration in psychology, social work, counseling or a related human service field). Experience with Behavior Modification Techniques a plus.


Community Based Intervention Worker (Contract)
Independent contractors, (full-time and part-time caseloads) needed to provide intensive community based services to youth and families in the home, school and natural environment for up to six hours a week of intervention services to each child and family. Crisis intervention services are also required. The CBI worker attends team meetings, school meetings, and all relevant meetings for the child and family and regularly discusses the case with important team members, such as social worker, lawyers, and family members in order to serve as a team leader. The CBI worker provides support and advocacy on behalf of the child and family and works on goals developed in the treatment plan. The CBI worker receives weekly supervision and support. Flexible schedule, part time or full time available. Bachelor’s Degree Required (Concentration in Human Services preferred).


Psychiatric Rehabilitation Worker (Contract)
The Psychiatric Rehabilitation worker (independent contractor, full-time and part-time) works to assist individuals with mental illness to reach a higher level of independence. Services which are provided are individualized and based upon a detailed needs assessment which is conducted on each consumer. The PRP Worker provides support with accessing and coordinating benefits, services and community-based resources. PRP services are provided on-site, within the home, and in the community. The consumer receives assistance with learning and developing improved daily living skills (i.e. personal hygiene, organizational skills, time management skills, nutrition, and money management), as well as working towards achieving healthy coping mechanisms. The PRP worker receives weekly supervision and support. Flexible schedule, part time or full time available. Bachelor’s Degree required (Concentration in a Human Services preferred).


Mental Health Therapist (Contract)
Independent contractors, (full-time and part-time caseloads) needed to provide individual, family, and group psychotherapy to children, adolescents, and adults. Successful candidates must have experience in the outpatient setting, be willing to provide home-based services, and be available to work some evening hours. There is a 10 case minimum required per contract. Minimum Qualifications: Must be licensed (LCSW-C, LCPC, or Licensed Psychologist) in the State of Maryland and have current professional liability insurance.


Bilingual Therapist (Employee)
Bilingual therapist needed to provide individual, family, and group psychotherapy to children, adolescents, and adults. Successful candidates must have experience in the outpatient setting, be willing to provide some home-based services, and be available to work some evening hours. Minimum Qualifications: Must be bilingual Spanish/English, licensed (LCSW-C, LMSW, LCPC, LGPC, or Licensed Psychologist) in the State of Maryland and have current professional liability insurance.


MFR offers competitive compensation, a flexible work environment and the opportunity to work with children, adolescents and adults. In addition, we are a CEU provider for social workers, counselors, therapists and play therapists and provide regular free training to our staff.

MFR is proud to be an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. We provide equal employment opportunity for all persons, in all facets of employment. MFR maintains a drug-free workplace and requires pre-employment background checks.

If you are interested in becoming a highly valued member of our dynamic team of behavioral health professionals, please submit your resume and cover letter describing your desired position to:

Contact Information:
Christa Zabelsky
HR Generalist
CZabelsky@mfrinconline.com
301.333.2980