Careers at Human Development Center

Career Opportunities Available

13 Career Opportunities at Human Development Center


Assigned to the Carlton County Assertive Community Treatment Team. Provide a range of treatment, rehabilitation and support services; and sharing office management responsibility with other staff.

Licensed Mental Health professional to provide clinical supervision to the 1406 CTSS/CMHCM staff. Responsible for participating in weekly CTSS Team meetings, meeting with assigned CTSS practitioners bimonthly, review of client case load, and review of documentation as required by the Minnesota Department of Human Services. This position is responsible for clinical supervision of services delivered by CTSS practitioners in addition to assisting in the employment and performance management of employees. This position will work with the Program Supervisor of Child Outreach Services.

Therapist to provide outpatient mental health services to children, birth -18, and their families in-home and /or in clinic settings. Conduct diagnostic assessments and provide individual, family, and group therapy. Work cooperatively with partnering agencies to address child and family needs. Must be able to work cooperatively and collaboratively within a team setting.

New Posting Case Manager
Case Managers maintain responsibility for a caseload and provide case management services for clients who have been diagnosed with a serious mental illness. This position provides case management/care coordination to ARMHS clients (only clients with SMI diagnosis) who have complex medical concerns and other case management needs as outlined in the Diagnostic Assessment. In some situations, the CSP case manager will provide services before the client is assigned an ARMHS practitioner in order to address the immediate case management needs of the person.

Provide front desk/reception support in busy community mental health center. Duties include answering phones; scheduling appointments; processing referrals; provide provider support; data entry; maintaining computerized scheduling system; checking in clients & completing client paperwork; greet & provide information and assistance to clients & visitors.

The Human Development Center is looking for new, volunteer, nonprofit Board Members to join the team.

Provide mental health treatment services to adults with serious and persistent mental illness including assertive outreach, service coordination, case management, symptom management, supportive therapy and rehabilitative/skill training services. The primary emphasis is direct individual client contact in community settings. Participate in agency 24-hour crisis line rotations.

The Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC) will provide direct outpatient substance use disorder counseling and support to individuals and families experiencing addiction, and will assist the program director with all aspects of outpatient treatment program operations. The LADC will provide individual, family, and group addiction counseling, and will also be responsible for working with and providing education to a diverse population of individuals, families, and groups within the community. The LADC will have working relationships and be familiar with other service providers and community resources, and will be able to provide information and support, and make referrals to best meet client need.

Provide assessment, psychotherapy, crisis intervention and consultation for a caseload of children, adolescents, and adults. This is an opportunity to work as part of a dynamic multi-disciplinary team, providing services to a broad spectrum of clients.

The Certified Peer Specialist (Peer Specialist) will provide behavioral health services that foster supportive peer relationships with clients in the various community support programs. The PS by definition is a person in recovery who will utilize her or his personal recovery experience to instill a sense of hope and optimism for persons in recovery. Applicants must have completed the DHS State approved training and be certified as a Peer Specialist.

To work effectively within Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services and Outreach services that help clients to live more successfully and independently in the community. Have knowledge of, and be able to teach skills related to coping, relapse prevention, and basic household and living skills. Assessing needs and applying interventions appropriately. Be able to complete functional assessments and treatment plans and daily progress notes. Be able to maintain appropriate boundaries in a variety of settings and situations. Maintain a good working relationship with colleagues.

Assist families in accessing necessary services to meet mental health issues of children ages 0-18. Provide individual, group, and family skills training based on the treatment plan. Goals of the program are to improve the functioning of children in home, in school, and in the community. Requires flexible scheduling and some evening work in order to meet with families in their homes. Great opportunity to work with a multi-disciplinary team including therapists, psychologists, and child psychiatry.

Opportunity to work On-Call (nights and weekends) providing crisis response services as part of multi-agency team.