Mental Health Care Coordinator
We have full-time and part-time openings for dynamic individuals to provide services to individuals with severe mental illness. We have openings in:- Baltimore Metro Area, Anne Arundel County and Montgomery County. This position focuses on assisting program participants to develop skills of daily living, increase their level of community integration, and help them meet their personal goals. This position involves working with individuals in their homes as well as the transport of individuals to their appointments. If you enjoy meaningful work, making a difference, seeing the results of your efforts, and are a team player, than you might be the perfect candidate for a job with PDG, Inc. (pdgrehab.com)- Bachelor's Degree preferred (Psychology, Social Work or related field).- Excellent written and oral communication skills,- Strong time management and organizational skills,- Computer literacy,- Ability to work independently and on a team.- Reliable transportation and a valid driver's license.- Typing speed of at least 30 words per minute Please send us a Cover Letter and your Resume, and use "Mental Health Care Coordinator" in your subject line. We offer competitive compensation and a benefits package that includes:Competitive SalaryFlexible Work SchedulePerformance Based Incentive ProgramRetirement PlanMedical, Dental and Vision PlansShort and Long Term Disability InsuranceLife InsuranceThree Weeks VacationSick & Personal LeaveCustomized training programFree Parking Company Description: Partnership Development Group, Inc. (for-profit) and PDG Rehabilitation Services, Inc. (non-profit) provide behavioral health and vocational services to individuals with serious mental illness, co-occurring substance use disorders and other disabilities. Through life and employment skills training, community reintegration, resource development and advocacy we encourage and facilitate individuals with disabilities to reach their highest levels of productivity, independence and inclusion in the community. Our programs foster hope, develop self esteem, break the cycle of preoccupation with one's illness and engage people in meaningful life activities.