Employment Opportunities


Adult Family Home Resident Manager (Snohomish)

The Resident Manager will work alongside an Adult Family Home Facilitator to meet needs of adults living in an Adult Family Home and who are developmentally disabled or chronically mentally ill. Duties include providing direct care; advocating for residents; communicating with doctors, DSHS and other professionals; monitoring and training staff; maintaining accurate client and employee files; documenting basic financial records; and assisting clients with basic living skills. Must be willing and able to transport clients, therefore, proof of automobile insurance, valid Washington driver’s license and driver’s abstract are conditions of employment. Resident Managers must pass background checks. Candidates must have strong organization and home management skills, basic financial management ability, writing skills, and experience managing the care for adults with developmental disabilities and/or people with chronic mental illness. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience preferred. Health insurance, paid sick leave, holidays, vacation pay, and 401(k) plan are available. One full-time position is currently available. $2,080/mo.

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ARNP (Everett / Snohomish County)

Sunrise Community Mental Health (part of Sunrise Services) is seeking an ARNP with psychotropic medication management experience to join an established team of prescribers, mental health therapists, and case managers serving chronically mentally ill persons. This position is in a welcoming setting located in North Everett, Snohomish County. Responsibilities include patient assessment (for medication needs and other psychiatric supports), prescribing psychotropic medications, and providing guidance and counseling to patients regarding medications. Position requires a current Washington ARNP licensure with prescriptive authority. Sunrise Services is a long-established provider of quality and compassionate services to persons with mental health, substance abuse, and developmental disabilities. We offer a very competitive compensation and benefit package. One position is currently available. Salary is dependent on experience.

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CDP/Community Choice Guide (Snohomish County)

The Chemical Dependency Professional/Community Choice Guide (CDP/CCG) position serves a wide variety of clients who either have substance misuse issues or who are involved in case management or client-care/housing transition. The CDP function is part of the Substance Misuse Program, a fill-the-gap program designed to promote engagement by building rapport and using a customized approach. The CCG role supports the Roads to Community Living Program, which assists adults to successfully transition from Skilled Nursing Facilities into the wider community, including finding placement in adult family homes, assisted living facilities, or an apartment or house. We are seeking dedicated, motivated, and customer-service oriented people to join our team. The ideal candidate will be flexible, adaptable, and comfortable working with shifting priorities while managing short- and long-term client needs. Initially part-time, the position is expected to grow to full-time as these new and rapidly-growing programs expand. Coordinate and implement a transition plan for individuals. Identify appropriate placements. Work closely with the individual and with their Skilled Nursing Facility staff, DSHS Case Manager, other professionals, and family. Ensure the health and well-being of clients. Conduct chemical misuse assessments and create customized treatment plans. Engage in Cycle of Change, motivational interviewing, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Monitor and ensure compliance with WAC requirements and maintain client records. Duties involve some transporting of clients and assisting with shopping. Bachelor’s degree in relevant field or equivalent experience is required, as is a current Washington CDP license. Employees must pass background checks. Conditions of employment include a valid Washington driver's license, proof of automobile insurance, and acceptable driver's abstract. Employees must possess strong skills in coordination, organization, time management, financial management, and communication. Office based in Everett. One part-time position is available. Pay is dependent on experience.

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Children’s Residential Support Specialist (Everett)

Residential Support Specialists are needed to work in a new program for children with autism living in a residential setting. RSSs will assist with activities ranging from personal grooming and meal preparation to shopping, housekeeping, and recreational outings. Residential Support Specialists must be at least 21 years of age, have a high school diploma or GED, have at least one year experience working with children, and must have a Washington driver’s license. Successful candidates are caring, patient, reliable, and good communicators. Good writing skills and attention to detail are important characteristics for this position. Especially interested in applicants with Fundamentals of Caregiving, a Food Handler’s certification, HIV/AIDS training and First Aid/CPR certification! Full and part-time positions are available in Everett. $10.70 – $11.70/hr.

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Community Living Facilitator (Supported Living)

We are looking for a dedicated, motivated, and customer service oriented person to join our team. The Community Living Facilitator provides direct care support, supervises staff, maintains paperwork and basic financial records, and is responsible for safety and well-being of adults with developmental disabilities who may have behavioral or mental health issues. The ideal candidate will be flexible, adaptable and comfortable working with shifting priorities while managing short and long-term client needs. BA/BS is required, and experience working with adults who have developmental disabilities is highly preferred. One full-time position is currently available. $2600/mo.

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Community Support Specialist (Supported Living)

Community Support Specialists will work with adults who are developmentally disabled or chronically mentally ill and have extensive needs. The Specialists will be responsible for assisting them with activities ranging from personal grooming and meal preparation to shopping, housekeeping, and recreational outings. Community Support Specialists need to be caring, patient, and reliable, and good communicators. A high school diploma or GED, good writing skills, and attention to detail are important characteristics for community support workers. Full-time and part-time positions are currently available. $10.20 – $11.65/hr.

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Community Support Specialist – Adult Family Homes (Snohomish and Everett)

Join our Adult Family Home Team with Sunrise Services as a Community Support Specialist working with adults with developmental disabilities and mental health issues. Applicants need to be caring, patient, reliable and good communicators. Good writing skills and attention to detail are important characteristics for this position. We are especially interested in applicants with an NAC/HCA certification and those with AFH experience. Sunrise offers free training (including specialty training and HCA Certification), and career development opportunities within the company. If you have questions, call Desi at 425-212-4286. Full-time, part-time and fill-in positions are available. $10.70-$12.15/hr.

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Computer Applications Clerical Staff/Training Program Assistant (Everett)

We are seeking a Computer Applications Clerk/Training Program Assistant to work closely with our caregiver Training Program team to convert healthcare training programs to online capabilities. Applicants must be adept with computer applications and able to learn new systems independently, quickly, and thoroughly. Respond knowledgeably, promptly, courteously, and clearly to internal and external customers’ LMS needs and issues. Requirements include trouble shooting and problem solving skills along with a customer service approach. Specific software skills include formatting and transferring Word documents into PowerPoint files, and loading PowerPoint documents into our Learning Management System software. One full-time position is available. $12.00-14.00/hr. To apply, please print and complete the Employment Application (link below) and e-mail it along with cover letter and resume to the link below.

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Employment Specialist (Shoreline / King County)

We are currently seeking an Employment Specialist to help adults with disabilities obtain and keep jobs. Duties include job coaching and counseling, placement, and networking. Must be self-directed, detail-oriented, and committed to good customer service and follow through. Position covers the Shoreline area and nearby parts of King County. This job requires excellent skills in verbal and written communication, organization, marketing, documentation, word processing, and working under pressure. We prefer candidates who have experience working with adults with disabilities, with DVR, and with Community Protection clients. Requires a high school diploma or GED, and college coursework is preferred. Specialist must drive a personal vehicle while supporting clients, so we require valid Washington driver’s license, acceptable driving record, and proof of insurance. This position also requires tremendous flexibility for scheduling, and may require weekend or evening work. One full-time position is available. $12.50-14.50/hr.

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Executive Administrative Assistant

This position requires a candidate to be self-directed and able to handle multiple and rapidly shifting priorities. While under the direction of the CEO, this position works on a variety of projects for department heads and the CEO. Interacts with and supports department heads by researching, writing, updating, and distributing policies for multiple programs. Must be comfortable working with individuals at all levels of the company. Duties include some ongoing and in-person interaction with legislators. The employee will conduct a variety of employee trainings, so adult education or training experience is preferred. Must possess advanced MS Office skills and experience to create a variety of companywide, electronic and fillable forms. The ideal candidate will have experience working with DSHS/DDA programs, with policies, and with researching and interpreting WAC’s and RCW’s. One full-time position is available. Wage is dependent on experience.

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Facilities & Vehicle Worker (Everett)

Have hands-on responsibility for some of Sunrise Service’s physical assets including buildings, vehicles, equipment, and supplies. Perform a wide variety of light facilities, maintenance, and housekeeping functions including painting, changing light bulbs, unplugging toilets, pressure washing, moving furniture, stocking supplies, and snow and ice removal. Among the vehicle-related duties are fueling, cleaning, inspecting, and obtaining service and repairs. Buildings and vehicles are located in Snohomish, Skagit, Island, and King Counties, so coordination and driving is involved. This position requires a high school diploma/GED, some basic facilities and automotive experience, plus an interest and aptitude for the work. Paid experience is preferred. Other requirements include a current valid Washington Driver’s License, an acceptable driving record, and $50,000 automobile insurance. One full-time position is available. $12.00-13.00/hr.

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Health Care Coordinator with Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities Experience

The Health Care Coordinator provides medical case management for adults and children with developmental disabilities and adults with chronic mental illnesses. The HCC locates healthcare providers and specialists as needed, attends medical appointments, provides advocacy and transportation for participants, and ensures documentation of all health care contacts during and in between appointments. The successful candidate will have basic healthcare knowledge, experience working with adults with developmental disabilities and/or mental illness, basic computer and office skills, good driving record, valid Washington driver’s license, and automobile insurance. Preferred candidates will have mental health experience and/or be a licensed RN or LPN. One full-time position is available. $14.00/hr.

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Home Care Aide – Certified (Bellingham)

Bring your caregiver certification (HCA Certified or NAC) and join Sunrise as a Home Care Aide in the Bellingham area. Our Aides are in-home caregivers who serve seniors and individuals with disabilities. Our mission is to help people stay at home, safely and comfortably. Duties may include: housekeeping, laundry, eating and meal preparation, personal care and toileting, transferring, positioning, driving clients to medical appointments and shopping for essentials. Successful candidates work independently, are very reliable, are detail orientated, and willing to work with people with various challenges. Job requirements include: valid driver’s license, proof of auto insurance, driving abstract for past 3 years, reliable vehicle, and must pass a DSHS background check. We offer competitive wages plus mileage reimbursement, paid travel time between clients, and these benefits: paid medical, 401k, paid sick, holiday and vacation. This position is part-time and has the potential to grow to full-time. Wage with Home Care Aide Certification: $11.75/hr. Wage with Nurse Aide Certified: $12.15/hr. For more information, please contact Kelly at kellym@sunrisecommunityliving.com or call 360-755-3805.

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Home Care Aide – New Wage Scale (Skagit, San Juan, and Whatcom Counties)

Join Sunrise as a Home Care Aide. Our Aides are in-home caregivers who serve seniors and individuals with disabilities. Our mission is to help people stay at home, safely and comfortably. Duties may include: housekeeping, laundry, eating and meal preparation, personal care and toileting, transferring, positioning, driving clients to medical appointments and shopping for essentials. Successful candidates work independently, are very reliable, are detail orientated, and willing to work with people with various challenges. First class paid training is provided. Job requirements include: valid driver’s license, proof of auto insurance, driving abstract for past 3 years, and must pass a DSHS background check. We make every attempt to schedule clients near the Aide’s home. We offer competitive wages plus paid medical and dental, 401K, paid sick, holiday and vacation. Positions are available in Skagit, San Juan, and Whatcom Counties. Several part-time and full-time positions are available. No experience: $11.50/hr. With Home Care Aide Certification: $11.75/hr. With Nurse Aide Certified: $12.15/hr. To apply, please print and complete the Employment Application (link below) and e-mail it to Kelly Mortensen (link below). For more information, please contact Kelly at kellym@sunrisecommunityliving.com or call 360-755-3805.

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Home Care Aide – New Wage Scale (Snohomish, North King, and Island Counties)

Our Home Care Aides help anyone, of any age, with any disability, representing any ethnicity and cultures. Our mission is to help people stay at home, safely and comfortably. We are currently looking for part-time, compassionate home care aides. Duties include: housework, laundry and helping clients with bathing, personal care and toileting, eating and meal preparation. Duties may also include transferring, positioning, ambulating and driving clients to medical appointments and shopping for essentials. Home care workers need to be able to set their own pace and work independently. Successful candidates are detail orientated and willing to work with people with various disabilities, ages, and mental health conditions. People who are very reliable and enjoy caring for others are usually very successful as Home Care Aides. Applicants must be willing and able to drive to client’s home and transport clients to approved destinations. Therefore conditions of employment include proof of automobile insurance, valid driver’s license, and acceptable driver’s abstract. Also, all employees must pass a DSHS background clearance. We make every attempt to schedule clients near the care provider’s home. Positions are available in Snohomish, Island, and northern King Counties. Several part-time and full-time positions are available. No experience: $11.50/hr. With Home Care Aide Certification: $11.75/hr. With Nurse Aide Certified: $12.15/hr. To apply, please print and complete the Employment Application (link below) and e-mail it to Dulcey Edwards (link below). For more information, please contact: Dulcey at dulceye@sunrisecommunityliving.com or call 425-374-5881.

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Home Care Aide – Overnight Shifts (Everett)

We are currently looking for Home Care Aides willing to work 10 hour shifts, 9PM-7AM, 30 to 40 hours per week. Our Home Care Aides help anyone, of any age, with any disability, representing any ethnicity and cultures. Our mission is to help people stay at home, safely and comfortably. We are currently looking for part-time, compassionate home care aides. Duties include: housework, laundry and helping clients with bathing, personal care and toileting, eating and meal preparation. Duties may also include transferring, positioning, ambulating and driving clients to medical appointments and shopping for essentials. Home care workers need to be able to set their own pace and work independently. Successful candidates are detail orientated and willing to work with people with various disabilities, ages, and mental health conditions. People who are very reliable and enjoy caring for others are usually very successful as Home Care Aides. Applicants must be willing and able to drive to client’s home and transport clients to approved destinations. Therefore conditions of employment include proof of automobile insurance, valid driver’s license, and acceptable driver’s abstract. Also, all employees must pass a DSHS background clearance. We make every attempt to schedule clients near the care provider's home. Positions are available in the Everett area. We prefer applicants with HCA Certification or NAC. However, we encourage all interested candidates to apply because full training is provided. Pay rate with no experience: $11.50/hr. With Home Care Aide Certification: $11.75/hr. With Nurse Aide Certified: $12.15/hr. To apply, please print and complete the Employment Application (link below) and e-mail it to Dulcey Edwards (link below). For more information, please contact: Dulcey at dulceye@sunriseemail.com or call 425-374-5881.

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IT and Help Desk Technician (Everett)

Our busy IT team is seeking a technician to help oversee the day to day operations of all electronic communication devices and to staff the Help Desk. The ideal candidate will have strong aptitude and skills or experience in all forms of electronic communication and devices. Duties include configuring network access, setting up and making changes to existing workstations, and assigning access rights at various levels to key personnel. Experience is required with terminal and exchange servers. Technician will respond knowledgeably, promptly, courteously, and clearly to internal customers’ computer, software, and network needs and issues. This requires trouble shooting and problem solving skills, along with a customer service approach. One full-time position is available. Compensation is dependent upon skills and experience.

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Live-In Facilitator for Adult Family Home (Everett)

The Live-In Facilitator assists the house manager in the daily operation of the adult family home, serving adults with developmental disabilities and mental health issues. The Live-In sleeps on-site Sunday through Thursday. Paid four hour breaks are provided each day through the week as agreed with the manager. The available shift starts at 6 PM on Sunday and ends at 6 PM on Friday. Duties include assisting clients with basic living skills and maintaining a clean and safe home environment. Candidates must have strong home management/cooking skills, basic financial management and writing skills, current Washington Driver’s License and good driving record. Must be able to understand and follow prescribed diets. Current NAR, NAC or HCA and 1st Aid/CPR, 40 Hour Basic Training, and Nurse Delegation certificates are a plus. Great career advancement opportunities! One position is currently available. Approximate average wage is $3389/mo.

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Marketing Specialist and Liaison for the Elderly and Disabled Community (Snohomish and Skagit Counties)

Do you have a passion for the care and support of seniors and the disabled, combined with skills and experience in marketing and community outreach? We are seeking a full-time Marketing Specialist and Liaison to work with the elderly and disabled community, outside agencies, providers, and caregivers to coordinate our first class client care and caregiver training. The area of focus is Snohomish and Skagit Counties. The ideal Specialist is self-directed and adept at working independently. Successful candidates will have the skills and abilities to reflect our mission and values to the community, develop relationships with a variety of members in the community and providers, facilitate the delivery of high quality training to caregivers, and effectively market caregiver training and home care services. Excellent customer service and communication skills (verbal and written) are required. Experience in sales and marketing is a plus! One full-time position is available. $14.00/hr. To apply, please print and complete the Employment Application (link below) and e-mail it along with cover letter and resume to the link below. For more information, call Sharon at 425-212-5888.

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Medical Assistant for Mental Health Clinic (Skagit and Island Counties)

Sunrise Community Mental Health in Mount Vernon is seeking two full time Medical Assistants. This position will complete administrative and clinical tasks to support prescribers and mental health clinicians. The duties include collecting client data prior to appointments with prescribers, such as initial demographic and health related data as well as blood pressure, heart rate, weight and other bio-medical information. Administer injectable medications to assigned community mental health clients. Complete authorization and reauthorization requests to insurance entities for prescribed medications for community mental health clients. Minimum requirements: Must be a certified Medical Assistant. Both clinical and administrative skills and experience are required. Mental Health experience preferred. Two full-time positions are currently available. $14.00 - $15.00/hr.

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Mental Health Case Manager for Intensive Outpatient Program (Skagit County)

Sunrise Community Mental Health is seeking a Case Manager to join the dynamic team in our Intensive Outpatient Program in Skagit County. The Case Manager position requires clinical skills to provide treatment, rehabilitation, case management, and support services to clients with severe and persistent mental illness. We are seeking skills and experience in geriatrics, counseling, adult intensive outpatient case management, crisis management, and identifying and accessing community resources. The successful candidate will have excellent verbal and written communication skills, and will be proficient with standard office software. Bachelor’s degree in Counseling or Social Services is required. Licensing requirement includes a current Agency Affiliated Counselor’s license or the ability to obtain one. Current CDP or CDPT license is highly preferred! Significant preference will be given to candidates who have both an Agency Affiliated and CDPT license. One full-time position is currently available. Bachelor’s: $16.00/hr., Bachelor’s and CDPT: $17.00/hr., and Master’s: $18.00/hr.

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Mental Health Case Manager for Intensive Outpatient Program (Snohomish County)

A Case Manager is needed in Snohomish County to join our Intensive Outpatient Program team. Utilize your clinical skills to provide treatment, rehabilitation, case management, and support services to clients with severe and persistent mental illness. We are seeking skills and experience in geriatrics, counseling, adult intensive outpatient case management, crisis management, and identifying and accessing community resources. The successful candidate will have excellent verbal and written communication skills, and will be proficient with standard office software. Bachelor’s degree in Counseling or Social Services is required. Licensing requirement includes a current Agency Affiliated Counselor’s license or the ability to obtain one. Current CDP or CDPT license is highly preferred! Significant preference will be given to candidates who have both an Agency Affiliated and CDPT license. One full-time position is currently available. Bachelor’s: $16.00/hr., Bachelor’s and CDPT: $17.00/hr., and Master’s: $18.00/hr.

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Mental Health Case Manager for Jail Transition Programs (Whidbey Island)

This position requires clinical skills to provide treatment, rehabilitation, case management, and support services to clients with severe and persistent mental illness in our Jail Transition program on Whidbey Island. We are currently looking for skills and experience in geriatrics, counseling, adult intensive outpatient case management, crisis management, and identifying and accessing community resources. The successful candidate will have excellent verbal and written communication skills, and proficient computer skills. BA degree in Counseling or Social Services is required. A current Agency Affiliated Counselor registration is required, or you must be able to obtain one. Current CDP or CDPT license is highly preferred! Significant preference will be given to candidates who have both an Agency Affiliated and CDPT licensure. Bachelor’s: $16.00/hr., Bachelor’s and CDPT: $17.00/hr., and Master’s: $18.00/hr. One full-time position is currently available.

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Mental Health Case Manager/Housing Specialist (Snohomish, Skagit, Island Counties)

Sunrise Mental Health Services provides case management and treatment services to chronically and persisting mentally ill clients throughout Snohomish, Skagit and Island Counties, with the goal of supporting their efforts to live independently in the community. The Case Manager position requires clinical skills to provide treatment, rehabilitation, case management, and support services to adults with chronic and severe mental illness in our outpatient programs. We are currently seeking candidates with skills and experience working with adult intensive outpatient case management, crisis management, and identifying and accessing community resources. Must be able to research client housing options and liaise between landlords and mental health clients in all three counties. Successful candidates will have excellent verbal and written communication skills as well as proficiency with computer software. Bachelor’s degree in Counseling or Social Services is required. A current Agency Affiliated Counselor license is required: candidates must possess one or be willing and able to obtain one. Current CDP or CDPT license is highly preferred! Significant preference will be given to candidates who have both an Agency Affiliated and CDPT license. One full-time position is currently available. Bachelor’s: $16.00/hr., Bachelor’s and CDPT: $17.00/hr., and Master’s: $18.00/hr.

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Mental Health Certified Peer Counselor (Snohomish County)

Peer counselors provide support to clients with severe and persistent mental illnesses. They identify themselves as persons who have mental illness, who are well established in their own recovery, and who can provide insights from their personal experience in a multi-disciplinary team approach. Peer counselors help facilitate activities promoting socialization and development; lead and develop groups; and help clients develop the ability to make informed, independent choices. Peer counselors will have knowledge of the recovery and rehabilitation process, have knowledge of WRAP, and may also participate in a community outreach program. We are currently seeking a peer counselor to serve our clients in Everett and Snohomish County. Candidates must meet state requirements to become a certified peer counselor. To read those requirements, please visit this web page: http://apps.leg.wa.gov/wac/default.aspx?cite=388-865-0107 Candidates are required to obtain and maintain both agency affiliated and certified peer counselor licenses. Applicants with both of these licenses will be given preference. Position requires driving in the community, and will require a valid Washington driver’s license and automobile insurance. In addition, candidates are required to obtain 1st Aid/CPR certification within the first 30 days, and may be required to obtain a Registered Nursing Assistant certification (NAR). One full-time position is available. $12.00/hr.

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Mental Health Certified Peer Counselor (Whidbey Island)

Peer counselors are persons in recovery from mental illnesses who can effectively support clients with severe and persistent mental illnesses. We are seeking peer counselors whose recovery is well established and who can provide valuable insights from their personal experience. Peer counselors work in a multi-disciplinary team approach to help facilitate activities promoting socialization and development; lead and develop groups; and help clients develop the ability to make informed, independent choices. Peer counselors have knowledge of the recovery and rehabilitation process as well as knowledge of WRAP. They may also participate in a community outreach program. This position serves the Whidbey Island area. Candidates must meet Washington State requirements to become a certified peer counselor. To read those requirements, please visit this web page: http://apps.leg.wa.gov/wac/default.aspx?cite=388-865-0107 Candidates are required to obtain and maintain both certified peer counselor and agency affiliated counselor licenses. Preference will be given to applicants with both of these licenses. This position requires driving in the community, so a valid Washington driver’s license and automobile insurance are required. Peer counselors must obtain First Aid/CPR certification within the first 30 days, and may be required to obtain a Registered Nursing Assistant certification (NAR). One full-time position is available. $12.00/hr.

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Mental Health Clinical Director (Everett)

Sunrise Mental Health Services provides case management and treatment services to chronically and persisting mentally ill clients throughout Snohomish and Skagit counties, with the goal of supporting their efforts to live independently in the community. We are seeking a new Clinical Director whose duties include program implementation, clinical supervision, staff management, crisis intervention, and collaboration and outreach to community stakeholders. Must be a licensed clinician in good standing in Washington State (LICSW, LMHC, LMFT, psychiatric ARNP) with at least five years of experience in outpatient public behavioral health management and/or supervision, and preferably holds certification as a Chemical Dependency Professional (CDP). Working knowledge of relevant State regulations (WAC’s), Medicaid, and North Sound Mental Health Administration (our Regional Support Network) is also preferred. One full-time position is currently available. Salary is dependent on experience.

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Mental Health IDDT Team Supervisor (Everett)

Our expanding Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment (IDDT) team in Everett is seeking an energetic leader. This is an innovative team that provides high intensity case management, full spectrum clinical outreach, and engagement services. Be an integral part of a team that utilizes a mutually supportive, multi-disciplinary team approach with regular team consultation. Provide mindful, motivational, strengths based, holistic individual and group counseling. The successful candidate will be a Master’s Level Mental Health Professional. Minimum requirements include a Master’s degree in a Mental Health discipline, and Agency Affiliated Counselor Registration or ability to obtain one. Preference is given to those with experience in all aspects of community mental health and engagement services with skills in dual disorder evaluation and treatment. Preference will also be given to candidates with LMHC, LMFT, or LICSW along with CDP. Personal car, Washington driver’s license and auto insurance are also required. One full-time position is available. $21.00/hr.

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Mental Health IDDT Team Supervisor (Skagit County)

Sunrise Community Mental Health in Mount Vernon is seeking an energetic leader for each of its three innovative and expanding teams: Outpatient, Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment (IDDT), and Substance Abuse. Each team provides high intensity case management, full spectrum clinical outreach, and engagement services. Team Supervisors will become an integral part of the mutually supportive, multi-disciplinary team approach with regular team consultation. He or she will provide mindful, motivational, strengths based, holistic individual and group counseling. The right candidate must be a Master’s Level Mental Health Professional. Preference is given to those with experience in all aspects of community mental health and engagement services with skills in dual disorder evaluation and treatment. Minimum requirements include a Master’s degree in a Mental Health discipline, and Agency Affiliated Counselor Registration or ability to obtain it. Preference will be given to candidates with LMHC, LMFT, or LICSW with CDP and experience treating clients with dual disorders. Personal car, Washington driver’s license and auto insurance are also required. Three full-time positions are available. $21.00/hr.

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Mental Health Professional (Everett)

Sunrise Community Mental Health Services provides an integrated spectrum of mental health treatment and support programs to help individuals with mental illness remain in the community and progress toward wellness and true recovery. Our services are innovative and expanding! We are seeking a full time Master’s-level mental health clinician with strong diagnostic and assessment skills to serve our clients in Everett. Minimum requirements include a Master’s degree in a Mental Health discipline, and Agency Affiliated Counselor Registration or ability to obtain it. Preference will be given to candidates with LMHC, LMFT, or LICSW with CDP and experience with dual disorder clients. Personal car, Washington driver’s license and auto insurance are also required. One full-time position is available. $21.00/hr.

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Mental Health Professional (Whidbey Island)

Our community-based mental health team is seeking a full-time, highly motivated, compassionate, and dedicated mental health professional for the Whidbey Island area. Duties may include intake and assessment, case management, community outreach, crisis management and stabilization, intensive outpatient services, as well as counseling activities. Carry a caseload, assess, diagnose, and perform crisis intervention. Preference is given to those with experience with person-centered cognitive behavior therapy and experience with all aspects of community mental health. Requirements: Master’s degree in counseling or a social services related field, and a minimum two years of experience as a mental health counselor. Priority will be given to candidates with MHP status or working towards MHP status, CDP or CDPT. Also given priority are clinicians who hold a current valid Agency Affiliated Counselor License (CG) or who are considered Licensed Mental Health Counselors (LMHC). However all candidates must be willing and able to obtain and maintain a valid Agency Affiliated Counselor license (required). Washington State driver’s license, automobile and liability insurance, and a good driving record are also mandatory. One full-time position is available. $19.23/hr.

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Mental Health Quality Assurance Specialist (Everett)

Sunrise Mental Health Services is seeking a Quality Assurance Specialist to assist with records management, including performing internal utilization reviews of electronic health records, paperwork, and documentation. The QA Specialist is responsible for auditing multiple Mental Health Services sites throughout Snohomish, Skagit and Island counties. The position requires extensive knowledge of clinical process pertaining to adult client populations, experience in quality management practices and processes, excellent verbal and written communication skills, superior interpersonal skills, and ability to work with diverse staff and difficult clients. Requirements include Masters-level Mental Health Professional certification and two years of experience working in mental health administration, treatment, and quality management. One full-time position is currently available. $19.23 - $21.00/hr.

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Mental Health Training Coordinator (Everett)

Sunrise Mental Health Services is seeking a Mental Health Training Coordinator to assist with quality education of SMHS staff. The Training Coordinator will research and identify training needs and requirements, and will develop and implement an annual training plan for staff. This may include developing new or revising existing training curricula or identifying external training opportunities. He or she will coordinate and provide training for clinical staff. The Coordinator will identify program requirements per contract, and will develop and implement systems for tracking training, certification, and licensure needs and compliance. This position requires a Master’s Degree in human service or other relevant discipline. Required experience includes five years of training experience as well as Masters-level MHP or comparable experience. Preference will be given to candidates with experience in mental health administration, treatment, and quality management. One full-time position is currently available. $19.23 - $21.00/hr.

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Office Administrative Clerk (Whidbey Island)

Use your skills and abilities to assist our Mount Vernon Community Mental Health office’s data entry and medical records departments. Duties include entering daily events slips and procedural information into databases, filing clinical documents into medical records, assisting with customer service, backing up reception on phones, and completing special projects. High school diploma or GED is required. One year medical data entry and 6-12 months medical record filing experience are preferred. One full-time position is currently available. $12.00/hr.

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Recruiter (Everett)

We are seeking an experienced recruiter who can help us locate and hire skilled, compassionate caregivers, mental health clinicians, maintenance workers, and administrative staff to support our clients (who include elderly and those with developmental disabilities and mental health challenges). The Recruiter will perform a full spectrum of functions including writing recruiting and interview plans, networking, identifying sources of candidates, writing and posting ads, screening applicants, conducting interviews, performing reference and background checks, extending offers, and maintaining records and data. This position is based in Everett, and travels occasionally to neighboring towns and counties. Minimum requirements include a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management or other appropriate field. We may substitute relevant work experience for education. Two years of recruiting experience is required. Preference is given to those with experience recruiting in the human services industry. Personal car, Washington driver’s license, and auto insurance are a must. One full-time position is available. Salary is dependent on experience.

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RN/LPN Client Care Coordinator with Mental Health Focus (Skagit and Whatcom Counties)

Sunrise Community Mental Health Services provides an integrated spectrum of mental health treatment and support programs to help individuals with mental illness remain in the community and progress toward wellness and true recovery. Our services are innovative and expanding! We are seeking an energetic Licensed Nurse to coordinate client care using a holistic approach throughout Skagit and Whatcom counties. The Client Care Coordinator will work closely with our multi-disciplinary mental health team as well as care providers and prescribers from the community. The Client Care Coordinator must be knowledgeable about services available in the community. Medical and psychiatric experience required. One full-time position is currently available. Salary is dependent on experience.

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Weekend Community Support Specialist (Supported Living)

Community Support Specialists work with adults who are developmentally disabled or chronically mentally ill, and who have extensive needs. The Specialists are responsible for assisting them with activities ranging from personal grooming and meal preparation to shopping, housekeeping, and recreational outings. The Weekend CSS works and sleeps on-site for the length of their shift. Locations: Everett, Lynnwood and Snohomish. Community Support Specialists need to be caring, patient, and reliable, and good communicators. A high school diploma or GED, good writing skills, and attention to detail are important characteristics for community support workers. Full-time and part-time positions are currently available. $10.20 – $11.65/hr.

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