UCP of Maine
Attn: Renee Cunningham
700 Mt. Hope Avenue, Suite 320
Bangor, ME 04401
Due to the volume of resumes that we receive; only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.
HEALTH HOME COORDINATOR/ CHILDREN’S CASE MANAGER
UCP of Maine has an opening for a Health Home Coordinator/Case Manager. This position will start as a part time position with potential to grow into a full time position. The responsibility of the Health Home Coordinator/Case Manager is to provide case coordination and case management for member/clients and family members as appropriate, with a focus on person-centered plans of care. The Health Home Coordinator/Case Manager facilitates access to appropriate resources and develops treatment plans specific to member needs.
- Bachelor’s Degree in a related field or a Bachelor’s Degree in an unrelated field with one year of social service work experience.
- Driver’s License for a minimum of three years.
FINANCE ASSOCIATE – ACCOUNTS PAYABLE
UCP of Maine is looking for someone to join our Finance Team as a Finance Associate with focus on Accounts Payable. This position is a Full Time, 32 hours per week position and is benefits eligible. The person in this role will be responsible for all functions of Accounts Payable including:
- Processing Employee Reimbursements, Mileage and other Cash Disbursement Requests.
- Accurately entering accounts payable information into software in a timely and efficient manner.
- Accounts Reconciliation
Additionally, the person in this role may act as a backup for the Payroll Associates as needed.
- Associate’s Degree in Accounting or Degree in progress with key accounting courses completed.
- Exceptional Organization Skills & Attention to Detail
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, especially Microsoft Excel
- Ability to effectively communicate with vendors, employees and members of management
- Experience using Peachtree or other Accounting Software
QUALITY ASSURANCE SPECIALIST I – PART TIME
UCP of Maine has an immediate opening for a part time Quality Assurance Specialist I. The person in this role will provide both paper and electronic filing support for all UCP programs. Additional responsibilities include processing requests for records, breaking down closed records and moving them to storage and general file reviews as directed by the Quality Assurance Manager.
The successful candidate for this position will have a high school diploma, possess excellent attention to detail and be self motivated.
HOME & COMMUNITY TREATMENT SERVICES CLINICAL SUPERVISOR
UCP of Maine is seeking a Clinical Supervisor for our Home and Community Treatment (HCT) Program. We are a growing program focused on providing quality, evidence-based services, and providing staff with a supportive learning environment. Duties will include provision of clinical and administrative supervision to Clinicians and administratively supervising the Behavioral Health Professionals. The HCT Clinical Supervisor will assure the Behavioral Health Professionals are provided quality supervision and training. The HCT Clinical Supervisor will also oversee the HCT activities such as quality assurance, monitoring the budget and caseload assignments.
- Clinical license required (LCSW/LCPC), LCSW recommended.
- Demonstrated ability to work with people with mental illness, substance abuse, trauma histories and/or developmental disabilities.
- Ability to work a flexible schedule.
- Crisis prevention, intervention and teaching experience.
- A valid State of Maine driver’s license, reliable transportation with proof of registration and insurance and the willingness to use his/her reliable transportation for work.
- One year of experience providing therapy in a home-based counseling program preferred.
- Previous supervisory experience preferred.
QUALIFIED INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES PROFESSIONAL/BSN – FULL TIME
The QIDP/BSN oversees the care, skill building and social enrichment for all residents on shifts he or she supervises as outlined by the QIDP and Director of Nursing. The QIDP/BSN will work closely with the Director of Nursing, the QIDP, and the social services/activities coordinator. The QIDP/BSN is responsible to the residents served who live at the Elizabeth Levinson Center (ELC), their guardians and families, and the administrator for compliance with applicable Federal, State, and local laws following UCP/Elizabeth Levinson Center’s policies and procedures. Close cooperation and collaboration with the Director of Nursing, who directs the medical services, the QIDP, and medical staff at ELC is essential.
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing
- One year experience working directly with people with intellectual disabilities
- Two years supervisory experience
- Ability to communicate information professionally in both verbal & written form
- Ability to work a flexible schedule
- Training experiences
- A valid state of Maine Driver’s license, reliable transportation with proof of registration and insurance and be willing to use his or her reliable transportation for work
HOME VISITOR – EARLY START DENVER MODEL
The Home Visitor will work with children aged 12 – 24 months with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and will work within the child’s home. The Home Visitor will work in the Early Start Denver Model Program (ESDM) that is supported by the principles of Developmental Psychology and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Teaching interventions are delivered within play-based, relationship focused routines. The ESDM curriculum is designed to address all areas of the child’s development using ABA based teaching strategies that involve interpersonal exchange and positive affect, shared engagement with real life materials and activities, adult responsiveness, increasing parent sensitivity to child cues, and focus on developing the child’s verbal an non-verbal communication skills. This position will work closely with the University of Maine personnel and Child Development Personnel and it is important to remain objective and client focused in these interactions.
Requirements: Driver’s License for a minimum of 3 years, minimum of 90 college credits to obtain Ed Tech III certification or a 282 certification.
YOUTH BEHAVIORAL COACH
UCP of Maine has an exciting new full time opportunity for a Youth Behavioral Coach. This newly created full time role will provide support, guidance and teaching to the clients and/or families they serve in the home, community and classroom setting.
QUALIFICATIONS: The successful candidate for this role will hold a Bachelor’s degree in a related field or will have a Bachelor’s degree in an unrelated field along with 1 year of relevant experience in the human services field. ED Tech III and BHP certification or eligibility for certification at the time of hire are also required.
DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONALS
UCP of Maine has immediate openings for Full Time Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) in the Bangor area. This unique opportunity allows individuals to make a meaningful impact in the lives of adults with disabilities by providing support for daily living activities, assisting with personal grooming needs, administering medications and providing transportation. We invite you to join our team of caring professionals and make a difference in the lives of those we serve each and every day!
Qualifications: High School diploma and a driver’s license for a minimum of 3 years.
C.N.A./D.T.A – FULL & PART TIME
UCP of Maine has immediate openings for Full Time & Part Time C.N.A./D.T.A.’s at the Elizabeth Levinson Center! The Elizabeth Levinson Center is an intermediate care facility for medically fragile children and adults with significant cognitive and medical needs.
Qualifications: High School Diploma or Equivalent, C.N.A. License, Driver’s License for a minimum of 3 years.
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL RCS – PART TIME
Bangor, Lincoln, Dexter, Dover-Foxcroft, Hudson, & Lagrange areas
UCP of Maine has immediate openings for part-time Behavioral Health Professionals (BHP) who will be working with children and young adults. BHPs teach daily living skills to children and young adults with a variety of needs in an in-home setting. BHPs work closely with supervisors on meeting goals for each individual client’s plan of care. Hours are primarily after school and on weekends, flexible schedule and all training is included.
Qualifications: High School Diploma/GED and a Driver’s License for a minimum of three years,
Rate of pay: $11.00
* Sign On Bonus for BHP’s Hired with BHP Certification *
If you have full BHP Certification (50-hour course), UCP of Maine will give you a $300 bonus in lieu of providing BHP Certification training. ($150 in 90 days and $150 in 6 months from date of hire.) BHP’s must present certificate at hire and training/certification previously provided by UCP of Maine does not qualify for a bonus.
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL HCT – PART TIME
Bangor, Newport, Prospect, Belfast, Greenbush and Dover-Foxcroft areas
***ASK US ABOUT OUR $500 SIGN ON BONUS FOR THE DOVER-FOXCROFT AREA!!***
UCP of Maine has immediate openings for part time Behavioral Health Professionals (BHPs) in our Home and Community Treatment(HCT) program. A BHP in the HCT program works with children and young adults with a wide variety of needs in the home and in the community to help them achieve behavioral or social goals. BHPs work closely with clinicians to meet each client’s personal goals. Hours are primarily after school and on weekends, flexible schedule and all training is included.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree and a Driver’s license for a minimum of three years.
Rate of Pay: $14.00
*We are an equal opportunity employer and service provider