Job Opportunities

MCH is Seeking a part-time Maintenance Assistant

Maine Children’s Home is seeking a part-time Maintenance Assistant to add to our Maintenance Team!

The Maintenance Assistant is responsible for maintenance and repairs in all campus buildings, structures, and offices and for groundskeeping. Individuals in this position will be familiar with all operations of the security, fire alarm, and sprinkler systems and be well versed in the location of electrical service and plumbing shut-offs. The maintenance assistant is the first point of contact for vendors and outside repair staff and will also be responsible for calling to report system issues. There is some light custodial work. The Maintenance Assistant is responsible for responding to maintenance work orders and campus safety/emergency issues that occur off hours.

This position is an hourly, part-time position 25 hours per week, Monday-Friday.

Requirements

Must possess a high school diploma or equivalent; a degree in facility management is a plus. A minimum of five (5) years experience in a similar position is required. Must have excellent communication skills and experience with general maintenance and repair. Must be able to work independently and as part of a team. Must be proficient in Microsoft products include Outlook, Word, and Excel.

Benefits

Competitive salary and compensation package including paid Holidays, Vacation, Sick and Personal Time, company paid life and disability, and an opportunity to participate in a 403b retirement plan, tuition assistance, annual salary reviews. MCH also offers flexible work schedules that include working a mix of remote and in-office time. MCH promotes and encourages self-care for employees and is supportive of the time staff need to care for their families. MCH supports professional development and skill enhancement and growth opportunities for all employees.

Please e-mail letter of application, current resume to Diana Rafuse –drafuse@mainechildrenshome.org by October 3, 2022. The full job description will be available upon request.

MCH is Seeking an Administrative Assistant

Administrative Assistant - Administration Maine Children’s Home is seeking an Administrative Assistant for the Administration team. The Administrative Assistant for Administration is primarily responsible for providing clerical support to the Administrative Leadership to include primarily the Executive Director, but also the Clinical Director, and the Director of Operations. The Administrative Assistant is the primary receptionist for the campus. In addition, the Administrative Assistant schedules use of the community meeting facility, prepares all materials, correspondence, reports for the Board of Directors and attends all appropriate Board and/or Committee meetings, and maintains Board meeting records. The Administrative Assistant will also assist in the maintenance of corporate and facility files and archive records. The individual in this position may also be asked to provide assistance as needed to other MCH Programs.

This position is an hourly, part-time position 25 hours per week, Monday-Friday.

Requirements

An Associates Degree with 2 years’ experience or High School Diploma with 5 years’ experience in a clerical support position. Must be highly proficient in operation of telephone systems and other office equipment. Must be able to effectively and efficiently use Microsoft programs to include Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint. This position requires excellent communication and organizational skills and the ability to maintain a high degree of confidentiality.

Benefits

Competitive salary and compensation package including paid Holidays, Vacation, Sick and Personal Time, company paid life and disability, and an opportunity to participate in a 403b retirement plan, tuition assistance, annual salary reviews. MCH also offers flexible work schedules that include working a mix of remote and in-office time. MCH promotes and encourages self-care for employees and is supportive of the time staff need to care for their families. MCH supports professional development and skill enhancement and growth opportunities for all employees. 

Please e-mail letter of application, current resume to Diana Rafuse –drafuse@mainechildrenshome.org by September 30, 2022. The full job description will be available upon request.


 

MCH is Seeking a Clinical Director

Maine Children’s Home is seeking a Clinical Director to support the programs and services of the Organization.  Our organization has a long history of providing essential supports and assistance to children and families and we have an exciting strategic plan to grow and develop these more fully.

The Clinical Director is responsible for providing clinical supervision and consultation with clinical staff in the performance of all aspects of the treatment of clients receiving the services of the Agency.  The Clinical Director is responsible for the development, implementation and maintenance of clinical program policies and procedures across all Maine Children’s Home programs. The Clinical Director is expected to support the mission of the Maine Children’s Home, using it as a guide to govern all aspects of the services provided by agency programs.   The Clinical Director, as a member of the organization’s Leadership Team is expected to contribute and collaborate with other members of the team in the development and implementation of strategic plans related to the agency’s clinical work.  The Clinical Director will maintain a respectful, positive, safe, trauma-informed environment for staff, visitors, volunteers, and clients

This position is a salaried position, up to 35 hours per week.

Requirements

A Masters Degree in Social Work, fully licensed as an LCSW, Psychology or a related degree from an accredited program with a minimum of five (5) years of clinical experience in a licensed mental health setting.   Must be experienced and aware of best practices in a trauma-informed workplace providing mental health services.  Although not required, preference will be given to candidates with a thorough knowledge of the entire adoption process and key adoption issues, including inter-country adoption, knowledge of how key adoption issues relate to each member of the adoption triad and some familiarity with Maine State Adoption Law and related resources for the State of Maine.   Candidates not having this knowledge will be required to obtain this through on-line courses and in-house training over at 6-12 month period. Must have proven leadership, management, communication, and organizational skills and be comfortable working in a collaborative team environment.  Must be proficient in Microsoft products for scheduling and communication, including Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint. 

The candidate must be licensed as a Social Worker in the State of Maine with a current license. 

Benefits

Competitive salary and compensation package including paid Holidays, Vacation, Sick and Personal Time, company paid life and disability, and an opportunity to participate in a 403b retirement plan, tuition assistance, annual salary reviews.  MCH also offers flexible work schedules that include working a mix of remote and in-office time.  MCH promotes and encourages self-care for employees and is supportive of the time staff need to care for their families.   MCH supports professional development and skill enhancement and growth opportunities for all employees.

Please e-mail letter of application, current resume to Diana Rafuse –drafuse@mainechildrenshome.org by October 14, 2022.  The full job description will be available upon request.


 

MCH is Seeking Clinicians

Our Family Counseling Center continues to grow its clinical team and we invite you to join us! Our center provides a safe and comfortable environment for clients to receive the best possible mental health care in a trauma-informed environment. We support one another In the difficult work we do every day and we support work schedules that grant our clinicians a great deal of flexibility.

  • We are currently recruiting for full-time, year round positions.

We are a dedicated group of passionate professionals, providing outpatient therapy to young children, youth, and their families. We would like to add clinicians to our staff who enjoy working with a supportive team and who also may enjoy working or consulting with schools or child-centered organizations.

We strongly support our counselors in advancing their skills and abilities in trauma focused treatment approaches and evidence-based treatment models by continually seeking out training opportunities to credential our staff. We are an Approved Provider Site of play therapy continuing education. It is our goal to keep the clinical skills of our staff current so that we can offer the most effective treatment possible.

Requirements

At least 2 years of experience in professional counseling with children and families. Experience in working with young children is desired as well as a personal interest in increasing skills in play therapy, and other evidenced-based models of treatment, including trauma-focused approaches. Experience working with adoptive/foster families is highly desirable.

Benefits

Competitive compensation package including paid holidays, vacation, sick and personal time, health insurance, dental insurance, incentives, company paid life and disability, and an opportunity to participate in a 403b retirement plan.

Education

Fully licensed LCSW or LCPC preferred, but we will also consider conditionally licensed professionals

Apply

For more information or to apply, please contact:

Diana Rafuse, Director of Operations – drafuse@mainechildrenshome.org

207-873-4253 Ext 211


Are you interested in working with Maine Children’s Home?

We have many experienced and dedicated staff members who have a tremendous passion for helping children and their families and as the agency continues to grow, we’re interested in hearing from people who share that passion.

Job openings are posted on this page as they become available, but you can always email your qualifications to Diana Rafuse at drafuse@mainechildrenshome.org.