Current Job Postings

Assertive Community Treatment/ Forensics

No open positions.

Acute Partial Hospital

No open positions.

Blended Case Management

Case Manager

  • Engage with and advocate for individuals diagnosed with mental illnesses and assist individuals in accessing services and supports including: mental health services, substance use services, housing and basic living needs, medical care, education, and employment
  • Develops an individual service plan with each individual, at least once every 6 months, which focuses on consumer strengths, interests, and goals, in order to encourage consumers to utilize available resources
  • Spends the majority of the workday providing face-to-face contacts with individuals and families in the Lower Bucks County community
  • Coordinates services provisions obtained through, but not limited to, MH programs, hospitals, vocational and educational providers, residential rehabilitation facilities, and participates in treatments planning meetings
  • Provide support and assist with resolution during crisis situations
  • Complete and submit all required documentation in a timely manner

Director Case Management & Community Treatment Services

  • Responsible for overseeing operations and budget of multiple community-based treatment and support programs. Ensuring consistency in process and procedures throughout all programs. Requires Master degree in Human Services and previous supervisory experience

Child and Family

BHRS Mobile Therapist

  • Full time and Part time positions.
  • Master degree in Social work or Counseling Psychology required.

Intellectual Disabilities

Supports Coordinator

  • Work with children, adolescents and adults diagnosed with Intellectual Disabilities or Autism and their families to access services and supports in the community and in the service system.
  • Using a Person Centered Approach, the Supports Coordinator will locate, coordinate and monitor services received and will work collaboratively with the person and their team to develop an Individualized Support Plan. Bachelor Degree in Human Services required.

Outpatient

Therapist

  • Varying hours and positions with flexible scheduling.
  • Unique opportunity to work in a myriad of programs and wide range of clientele while earning certification and licensure and being part of a team of varied clinicians in an established agency.
  • Master degree and some experience required.
  • Licensure preferred.

LPN

  • Full and Part time hours available.
  • Requires LPN license and three or more years experience working with individuals with a Mental Health diagnosis.

Certified Peer Support Specialist

  •  Part time position working with Consumers and families.
  • Requires CPS certification.

Clerical

  • Full and Part time positions available.
  • Strong communication and computer skills required.

Residential

Resident Assistant

  • Part time positions available working in Adult Residential. Must have experience working in residential program. Various schedules available.

Forensics

FSP Case Manager

No open positions.

PATH

PATH Worker

  • Engage with and advocate for individuals who are homeless and living with a mental illness
  • Assist individuals in obtaining benefits and housing
  • Spends the majority of the workday providing face-to-face contacts with individuals and families in the Lower Bucks County community
  • Coordinates services provisions obtained through, but not limited to, MH programs, hospitals, vocational and educational providers, residential rehabilitation facilities, and participates in treatments planning meetings
  • Provide support and assist with resolution during crisis situations
  • Complete and submit all required documentation in a timely manner
  • Bachelor’s OR Certified Peer Specialist
  • Part-time position

Administrative Case Management

Case Manager

  • No open positions

Drug and Alcohol Counselor

  • Full time position that requires a minimum of an Associate Degree in Human Services and 2 years of clinical experience in a health or human services field, preferably in a drug and alcohol setting.




If interested in learning more about any of the above mentioned positions please email cmyers@penndelmhc.org.
Thank you.

Phone Numbers

Please use the following numbers to contact Penndel Mental Health Center:

Outpatient Main Center: (215) 752-1541
Admin/ Outreach Offices: (267) 587-2300
919 Durham Rd Office: (267) 569-1130

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