Current Employment Opportunities

MHA is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and complies with all relevant Federal and State statutes and regulations in matters of personnel management. Therefore, it is the policy of the Mental Health Association of Frederick County, Inc. to recruit, hire, and promote persons in all job classifications without regard to race, creed, color, gender, age, religion, nationality, veteran’s status, sexual preference,disability, or any other protected status.

Director of Development and Marketing

The Mental Health Association is seeking a full-time Director of Development and Marketing.  This individual will be responsible for developing and implementing the organization’s development and marketing department. Works closely with the CEO and relevant Board Committees to seek and augment monetary support from individuals, businesses, foundations, and the general public through the Mental Health Matters Initiative; oversees special fundraising events; executes annual campaign; and engages in additional fundraising, as appropriate and necessary. Responsible for developing MHA brand and producing MHA marketing, public relations, and educational materials using traditional print as well as on-line social media and website platforms.

Qualified candidate will have Bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, public relations, business management or related field and four years’ relevant work experience. Individual must be a strategic thinker with long range planning skills, and the ability to carry out plans within specified timeframes.  Exceptional organizational skills required along with strong written, verbal and computer skills. This position requires some evening and weekend availability. EOE.

Please submit letter of interest, resume and salary requirements to Shannon Aleshire, CEO at saleshire@fcmha.org

Family Coach, Families Impacted by Incarceration Program

The Mental Health Association of Frederick County is seeking a Family Coach with our Families Impacted by Incarceration Program. This position requires the ability to work collaboratively with parents and caregivers impacted by incarceration to create goals and implement strategies to improve parenting skills. Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Early Childhood Education or a related field of study and/or two years’ related experience. Ability to take initiative, work creatively and have a willingness to work evening and weekend hours. Bilingual preferred. EOE.

Please email letter of interest along with resume to Mel Rogers at mrogers@fcmha.org.

Program Manager, Walk-in Crisis Services

The Mental Health Association of Frederick County is seeking a Program Manager for Walk-in crisis services. Duties include program oversight, supervision of staff, crisis intervention services, training, and community outreach. LCSW-C or LCPC, state licensure, and a minimum three years of experience required. Administrative and supervisory experience a plus. EOE.

Please email letter of interest and resume to sborg@fcmha.org.

Contractual Therapist

Responsible for evaluating and treating clients in individual family or group sessions, maintaining timely, accurate case records and providing referral services when appropriate for potential and current clients. Some evening time required. Minimum qualifications: LGPC or LGSW.

Please contact Ellie Bentz, LCSW-C, Clinical Director with cover letter and resume at ebentz@fcmha.org.

Crisis Specialist-Part Time

Part-time crisis specialist at community based walk-in crisis center.  Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in mental health or related human services field and 1 year experience in crisis service (crisis call center, walk-in program, hospital emergency department, mobile crisis service) required. This position is considered essential personnel.  Flexibility to work a variety of shifts including evenings, weekends, and some holidays as needed.  Be able to integrate into a strong, established team to help anyone experiencing a crisis find support and community resources.experience and ability to work a flexible schedule including evenings, weekends, and holidays is a must.

Email letter of interest and resume. EOE

PT Security Monitor

The Mental Health Association of Frederick County is seeking a PT Security Monitor – PRN with the potential for a permanent position. Responsible for screening clients and monitoring the premises of the Community Services Wing and immediate areas to detect suspicious activity, assist volunteers and staff, and ensure the safety of users of the center and MHA property. Must be 21 years of age and pass a Criminal Justice Investigation Search and Child Protection Services Background check and have a reliable means of communication and transportation; be able to effectively speak, read, and write English; previous work experience related to the position. Evening and weekend hours are required. EOE.

Please submit letter of interest along with resume to Barbara May at bmay@fcmha.org.

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