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.

Family Coach

The Mental Health Association of Frederick County is seeking a Family Coach with our Families of Incarcerated Parent 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. Please email letter or interest along with resume to Melissa Brown at mbrown@fcmha.org EOE

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 Crisis Specialists for community-based walk-in crisis center-Bachelor’s required; Master’s preferred. Crisis intervention experience and ability to work a flexible schedule including evenings, weekends, and holidays is a must. Email letter of interest and resume.


Early Childhood Specialist

Child Care Choices in Westminster is seeking an Early Childhood Specialist  for 30 hours per week to assist child care providers and programs with various MSDE Quality Initiatives such as Maryland Child Care Credential, on and Maryland EXCELS as well as support to providers for children birth to age 3 years focusing on program practices that support healthy development and learning and family engagement.

Successful candidates will possess exceptional interpersonal skills, teamwork, initiative, and problem solving skills A Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education or closely related field, as well as four years experience in a regulated child care setting, with at least 2 of those in the direct care of infants and toddlers, are REQUIRED. Please send your resume to Kendall Riegert at kriegert@fcmha.org

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