Career Opportunities at HDC


25 Career Opportunities at Human Development Center


New Posting Accountant
The accountant plays an integral role in supporting the finance department through month-end close, maintaining the accounts receivable sub-ledger, grant reporting and budgeting and operating the general ledger system. They will apply principles of accounting to perform a wide variety of accounting duties, analyze financial information, and prepare financial reports.

Provide screening, assessment, treatment planning, psychotherapy, crisis intervention, and consultation on our Adult or Child and Family Team.

Provide assessment, psychotherapy, crisis intervention and consultation for caseload of adults and/or children 0-18 and their families, based on experience and interest. This is an opportunity to work as part of a dynamic multi-disciplinary team, providing services to a broad spectrum of clients.

New Posting Support Staff
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 and provide information and assistance to clients & visitors.

Provide screening, assessment, treatment planning, psychotherapy, crisis intervention, and consultation on our Adult or Child and Family Team.

New Posting Registered Nurse
Triaging phone calls, consulting with providers and relaying information to patients. Communicating provider orders to the pharmacy via electronic health record and telephone. Measuring and recording vital signs and preparing patient for examination. Rooming patients. Recording patient information in the electronic health record. Providing patient education. Administering intramuscular medications as ordered. Arranging for hospital admissions and outside referrals. Assisting providers with patient appointments. Crisis assessments as necessary. Other duties as assigned.

Hiring several providers to work with the Mobile Crisis Response Team in Duluth and surrounding 30-mile radius. Crisis response services are provided to people of all ages. Through a partnership with First Call for Help (FCFH) Call Center and the Arrowhead Behavioral Health Network (ABHI), HDC’s Crisis Response Team model includes: Face to face contact in the community with people facing a crisis situation, community outreach activities to build relationships of trust, collaboration with community providers, referrals to services of choice and assistance connecting with resource as desired, coordination and transportation, interventions and assistance to divert from law enforcement and emergency department involvement, and triage provided by FCFH Call Center. The Crisis Response Team will strive to expand services and include input from the community and community providers to identify needs, develop goals, and plan for implementation of an effective model that mixes street outreach and crisis response.

The Project Outreach Provider is responsible for assisting with activities in the drop-in center. Including, but not limited to: - Welcoming and supervising the runaway, homeless, and at-risk youth and young adults who come into the drop-in center. - Building trusting relationships and develop a rapport that leads to acceptance and openness to seeking help. - Appealing to the youth early on by offering to meet their most basic needs including food, clothing, and hygiene products. - Being available to any youth for one-on-one case management. - Engaging the youth/young adults as a first step to accepting care for immediate health and safety needs - Leading and/or co-facilitating activities, support groups and prevention curriculums during drop-in hours. This position also works closely with the Program Coordinator and assists with activities in the drop-in center. These include program implementation, warm food options, and the schedule of activities.

Prioritize, coordinate, and effectively manage applicable work orders. Study operation schedules and confers with other staff and with maintenance supervisor to determine when maintenance will least interfere with operation of establishment. Purchasing (with Facilities Manager approval) of materials, tools, services, and supplies, necessary to perform the required maintenance. Complete required daily paperwork: maintenance logs, mileage, purchase orders, etc. Implement and perform preventative maintenance where/when appropriate.

The Director of HDC’s Carlton County Services will be responsible for overseeing the continuum of programs within the county. The Director will create and revise programs, hire and train staff, and ensure compliance with government and agency requirements. Complete administrative responsibilities that include preparing and monitoring grants and contracts, budgets, and performance reviews. Additionally, the Director will provide a clinical practice within claimed competencies and provide clinical supervision. The Program Director must be detailed orientated, collaborate, prepare, plan, and implement program initiatives and monitor their progress to completion.

The Office Manager will work to lead and oversee the daily work of the office, to ensure quality client services, to support providers, and improve overall efficiency of the office. This person will need to be well versed in all business matters and be a competent leader, able to provide guidance that enhances performance in a manner which incorporates HDC’s vision and culture. This position will be responsible for reception, admissions, and general clerical duties; with an emphasis on coordinating care between staff and clients, focusing on customer service. This position will hire, train, develop, evaluate, and supervise the office staff. They will work closely with Program Supervisors regarding budget, productivity, and maintaining a healthy, positive team atmosphere. Other general duties include data entry, ordering office supplies and tracking paperwork for programs.

*Hiring Bonus of $1,500* The Grant Management Specialist is primarily responsible for analyzing and compiling financial and operational data relating to grant-funded programs and for submitting periodic reports to granting entities.

Case Managers maintain responsibility coordinating and providing services for adults who have been diagnosed with a mental illness. This position works with a multi-disciplinary team of internal and external providers.

The Certified Peer Specialist (Peer Specialist) will provide behavioral health services that foster supportive peer relationships with clients in the various community support programs. Certified peer specialists are individuals who have had personal experience of mental illness and are trained to be direct service mental health staff. Applicants must have completed the DHS State approved training and be certified as a Peer Specialist.

Responsible for initial telephone contact for intakes, completing appropriate documentation, and computer data entry. Triage incoming calls for urgency and appropriateness of therapy referrals. Complete contact sheet, make clinical assignment, and complete appropriate paperwork. Administer grant applications and inform client of financial responsibility. Complete benefits recovery procedures. Enter new client information into computer. Enter updates, reopens, and data changes into computer. Make changes as requested by billing department. Maintain an adequate supply of admissions forms. Performs all other related duties as assigned.

*Hiring Bonus Totaling $3,000 for fully licensed providers* 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.

The program aims to improve the functioning of children in home, in school, and in the community . Provider will assist families in accessing necessary services to meet mental health needs of children ages 0-18. Collaborate with clinical team to create, review, and implement treatment plan goals and objectives. Provide individual, group, and family skills training based on the treatment plan in the home, school, and community. Requires flexible scheduling and some evening work. Great opportunity to work with a multi-disciplinary team including therapists, psychologists, and child psychiatry.

**$3,000 Hiring Bonus - for individuals with a master's degree in a human services field and 3,000 hours of post-master's experience with adults with serious and persistent mental illness** 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 services. The primary emphasis is direct individual client contact in community settings with a small caseload.

*Hiring Bonus Totaling $3,000 for fully licensed providers or $1,500 for clinical trainees with practicing experience* Provide assessment, psychotherapy, crisis intervention and consultation for a caseload of adults and/or children birth-18 and their families, based on experience and interest. This is an opportunity to work as part of a dynamic multi-disciplinary team, providing services to a broad spectrum of clients

*Hiring Bonus Totaling $3,000* HDC is seeking a Licensed Clinical Supervisor for our Outpatient Therapy Department. Under the direction of the Program Supervisor, the clinical supervisor will support the outpatient therapy team providing clinical supervision for MSW's and other master's level therapists requiring supervision for licensure. Duties will include individual and group supervision, co-signing documentation, training and supporting newly hired clinicians, and assisting the Program Supervisor as needed. This position will primarily perform diagnostic assessments to initiate services for individuals and maintain a small caseload. The split between clinical and administrative duties is to be 75% Clinical, 25% Administrative.

• 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 Peer Specialist 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.

*Hiring Bonus Totaling $3,000* The Licensed Mental Health Professional will provide Clinical Supervision to the Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services (ARMHS) and Targeted Case Management (TCM) Programs. Job duties include individual and group supervision, training, facilitating multidisciplinary meetings, diagnostic assessments, and clinical review of Practitioner documents. This position lends the opportunity for the clinician to maintain an individual caseload of the clinician's choosing.

The employment specialist position primarily works directly with program consumers to develop competitive employment positions with employers in the community that are suitable to the needs and desires of consumers, coordinates and/or provides training for career development, and provides long-term supports as needed to program consumers to help them maintain employment and mental health. This position will be based out of HDC’s Duluth CSP building and will serve St. Louis County. Coordinates with inter-disciplinary team consisting of Case Managers, ARMHS Providers, Therapists, Psychiatrists, etc.

The program aims to improve the functioning of children in home, in school, and in the community. Provider will assist families in accessing necessary services to meet mental health needs of children ages 0-18. Collaborate with clinical team to create, review, and implement treatment plan goals and objectives. Provide individual, group, and family skills training based on the treatment plan in the home, school, and community. Requires flexible scheduling and some evening work. Great opportunity to work with a multi-disciplinary team including therapists, psychologists, and child psychiatry.

*Hiring Bonus Totaling $3,000 for fully licensed providers* 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.