Career Opportunities

24 Career Opportunities at Behavioral Health Resources


New Posting MIO Transition Specialist
Olympia, WA98506
Provides screenings to mentally ill offenders in county and local jails to determine eligibility. Those offenders determined to be eligible are to receive a mental health assessment, assistance to expedite applications for new or re-instated Medicaid benefits, and to expedite, facilitate, and coordinate their return to the community.

New Posting Adult Intake Specialist
Shelton, WA98584
To provide comprehensive and consistently high quality intakes for Mason County services. To provide medically necessary individual and group therapeutic services as a part of the adult counseling team.

Behavioral Health Resources Child and Family Services Clinicians provide a broad range of therapeutic services in a managed care environment to children, adolescents, transitional age youth, and their families. Therapeutic services to be provided may include brief child and family treatment, individual and family therapy, groups (issue specific and psycho-educational), community support oriented case management services, in home behavioral skills enhancement training, and coordination of individual service teams.

New Posting Office Support
Olympia, WA98506
Office support position in our Thurston office. Provides customer service support and office tasks in support of clinical services and customer accounts including reception, data entry, word processing, answering a multi-line phone, opening and maintaining clinical and medical charts, and overall office support for programs.

New Posting Office Support
Shelton, WA98584
Office support position in Shelton office. Provides customer service support and office tasks in support of clinical services and customer accounts including reception, data entry, word processing, answering a multiline phone, opening and maintaining clinical and medical charts, and overall office support for programs.

Adult Case Manager
Hoquiam, WA98550
Provides clinical case management services to designated priority clients. The goal of the position is to help consumers maintain stable community living, increase independence, and enhance quality of life in the community.

Intern: RITS
Tumwater, WA98501
This internship is available in our RITS program.

Intern: RITS
Tumwater, WA98501
This MA Internship is located in our RITS program.

MIO Transition Specialist
Olympia, WA98506
Provides screenings to mentally ill offenders in county and local jails to determine eligibility. Those offenders determined to be eligible are to receive a mental health assessment, assistance to expedite applications for new or re-instated Medicaid benefits, and to expedite, facilitate, and coordinate their return to the community.

Peer Specialist
Hoquiam, WA98550
This member of the Adult Services Team has experience as a recipient of mental health service for severe and persistent mental illness and is willing to share his or her personal, practical experience, knowledge, and first-hand insight to benefit the team and its clients. The Peer Specialist functions to provide expertise about the recovery process, symptom management, and the persistence required to encourage clients to have a satisfying life. He or she collaborates to promote a team culture that recognizes, understands, and respects each client’s point of view, experiences and preferences. He or she is responsible to maximize client choice, self determination and decision making in the planning, delivery and evaluation of treatment, rehabilitation and support services. Provides peer counseling during client contact; carries out rehabilitation and support functions and assists in treatment, education and crisis intervention under the clinical supervision of staff with professional degrees.

Behavioral Health Resources Child and Family Services Clinicians provide a broad range of therapeutic services in a managed care environment to children, adolescents, transitional age youth, and their families. Therapeutic services to be provided may include brief child and family treatment, individual and family therapy, groups (issue specific and psycho-educational), community support oriented case management services, in home behavioral skills enhancement training, and coordination of individual service teams.

MIO Program Coordinator
Shelton, WA98584
Responsible for providing assessment, intervention and referral for mentally ill persons who have been arrested or are nearing release from jail. Appropriate alternatives are recommended to the prosecutor, and the offender is enrolled in community-based programs for which he or she is eligible. Conducts crisis evaluations and interventions as needed for incarcerated individuals.

Adult Therapist
Shelton, WA98584
Provides direct mental health services to consumers as assigned and defined by the Counseling Utilization Review Process

RITS CDP COD Clinician I
Tumwater, WA98501
Provides Co-Occurring (COD) CD Intervention, Counseling and Case Management services to clients exhibiting chronic and persistent Chemical Dependency with Co-Occurring Mental Illness, emotional disorders and/or other co-occurring disorders. The COD Counselor (CM) will work closely with clients to develop a tailored Case Management Plan for the purpose of maintaining appropriate levels of care needed for maintaining abstinence, including emotional support, social support, medical support and medication compliance.

Adult Therapist
Shelton, WA98584
Provides direct mental health services to consumers as assigned and defined by the Counseling Utilization Review Process

Adult Case Manager
Olympia, WA98506
Provides clinical case management services to designated priority clients. The goal of the position is to help consumers maintain stable community living, increase independence, and enhance quality of life in the community.

Children's Case Manager
Olympia, WA98506
Full Time Children, Youth, and Family Case Manager providing a broad range of therapeutic services in a managed care environment. Therapeutic services to be provided will include community support oriented case management and coordination of individualized service teams. Adjunctive services may include issue specific and psycho-educational groups and in-home behavioral skills enhancement.

Behavioral Health Resources Child and Family Services Clinicians provide a broad range of therapeutic services in a managed care environment to children, adolescents, transitional age youth, and their families. Therapeutic services to be provided may include brief child and family treatment, individual and family therapy, groups (issue specific and psycho-educational), community support oriented case management services, in home behavioral skills enhancement training, and coordination of individual service teams.

Adult Therapist
Hoquiam, WA98550
Adult Therapist

Adult Therapist/Intake Clinican

MIS Systems Analyst
Olympia, WA98506
MIS Systems Analyst

Adult Services Peer Specialist

MIO Program Coordinator
Olympia, WA98506
Mentally Ill Offender Coordinator

Child and Family Services Therapist Gray's Harbor is and HRSA approved Loan Repayment Program Participant