Employment Opportunities

Current Job Postings

VBCMH offers an excellent benefit package including an affordable, top-notch health/dental/vision plan, deferred compensation retirement plan with employer matching, employer-provided life & disability insurance, 12 paid holidays each year, and generous paid time off to promote work/life balance.

Click on the links below to view more about current open career opportunities:

Access Clinician – Full time in Paw Paw
Master’s level clinician needed to provide intake, psychosocial assessment and crisis response to individuals seeking services, which may be provided in-person and via telehealth. Will develop initial service plans and present treatment recommendations to team. Requires Master’s degree with appropriate Michigan licensure.

Home-Based Clinician/Youth & Families – Full time in Hartford
Master’s level clinician needed to provide home and community-based intervention and support to families with infants, young children, and youth with mental health issues. Outreach services help to promote positive parenting attitudes and skills, improve family relationships, encourages use of positive approaches to child behavior/discipline, and interventions the caregivers may utilize to support healthy social and emotional development of the child, and to remediate problem behaviors. Provides Home-Based services including assessments, clinical intervention, identifying/intervening in mental health needs, alleviating crisis, and ensuring stabilization in the community for assigned youth and their families. Requires Master’s degree in a mental health related field with appropriate state licensure; at least 1 year of experience working with families with young children; and demonstrated knowledge/training of social work practice as it relates to working with families of young children, including the ability to understand age-appropriate functioning, developmental stages, and the impact of the parent/child relationship, in order to provide assessment, diagnosis, appropriate intervention, and referral.

Lifespan Clinician – Regular Full Time in Bangor
Master’s level clinician needed to provide assessment, clinical testing, case management, counseling and therapy to assigned adults and children with developmental disabilities. This clinician will coordinate services for customers/families thru a person/family-centered, customer-driving process. Works to develop, implement, monitor and implement the Individual Plan of Service and progress related to goals. Trains others on implementation of IPOS and positive behavior supports. Coordinates and completes eligibility and assessment for Autism Benefit. Acts as an advocate and resource to ensure that customer/family receives appropriate services.

Outpatient Therapist – Full time in Paw Paw
Master’s level clinician needed to provide outpatient therapy services, which may include in-person and telehealth sessions. Will develop person-centered plans; provide intake and crisis services; and complete comprehensive psychosocial assessments. LMSW preferred.

Substance Use Disorder Recovery Coach – Part-Time in Paw Paw
Part-time at 30 hours/week. Peer position will work closely with customers and SUD services staff to assist individuals in achieving their stated recovery goals, manage their emotional and behavioral symptoms, and supports development of independent living skills, based on treatment plan. Provides services to promote recovery through teaching and role modeling with customers. Services may be provided in the community or at agency work sites. Requires certification as Certified Peer Recovery Mentor or have ability to attain; minimum of a high school diploma or GED; valid Michigan driver’s license; and SUD lived experience, with two years sobriety.

Join Our Team!
The Van Buren Community Mental Health Services Board and Staff are dedicated to the practice of compassionate, professional and excellent care. We strive to work together as a team, and to communicate honestly and directly to create a broader, responsive community based on trust, respect, and equality. We pledge accountability to one another and to the persons we serve, respecting their diversity, responding to their needs, and advocating for their enrichment. In all we do, we endeavor to consistently create a positive and healing organization.

If you share our philosophy and wish to join our team, we encourage you to apply by emailing your cover letter and resume to:

Christine Schlabaugh, Personnel Specialist: cschlabaugh@vbcmh.com

You may also mail your cover letter with resume and/or an application (links below) to:

Van Buren Community Mental Health
P.O. Box 249
Paw Paw, MI 49079
ATTN: Christine Schlabaugh

Employment Application

Click on the link below to complete an employment application packet:

(The criminal history and driver’s license release forms are not optional. They must accompany the application form.)

Application For Employment

(“See Resume” cannot be accepted in any section.)

Volunteer Application

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(The criminal history and driver’s license release forms are not optional. They must accompany the application form.)

Volunteer Application

Equal Opportunity Employer

Van Buren Community Mental Health is committed to the concept of equal opportunity for employment. This agency strives to be fair and equitable in all its relations with its employees and applicants for employment. In accordance with state and federal law, this agency prohibits discrimination in recruitment, selection, or orientation based on religion, race, color, national origin, age, sex, marital status, height, weight, political affiliation, disability, or any other classification as required by law. Qualified applicants and employees with disabilities will be provided with reasonable accommodations which do not impose undue hardships.

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