Intermountain Deaconess Children's Services

We Bring Hope

With our holistic, integrated services and relationship based approach, we help families create and sustain nurturing, healthy environments where children can thrive and grow. Intermountain is a non-profit agency that has been impacting the lives of children and families for over 100 years

Our residential campus at 500 South Lamborn in Helena, includes our integrated private school as well as our Stabilization Center. Providence Home, a therapeutic group home in the Flathead Valley, provides another care center. Community clinics in Helena and Kalispell include some or all of the following: outpatient therapy, psychiatric medication management, psychological testing and evaluation, school based services and family based services, including adoption, foster care and in-home therapeutic care.

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Seasoned experts support eager young innovators here, where integrity and hard work are expected of everyone, every day. Our average length of service is 10 years in most fields. Positions in direct care as well as business and administration are available.

Benefits Matter

At Intermountain you will find options and opportunities to build and practice your expertise in an environment that offers personal growth and professional satisfaction. We value creativity, innovation, a long-tenure workforce and continuing education. The best way to learn about Intermountain is to experience it for yourself!

  • Health Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision Insurance
  • Vacation Leave
  • Paid Holidays
  • Investment/Pension Plan
  • Opportunity for Advancement
  • Professional Support/Training in All Positions
  • Paid maternity/paternity leave

Live the Good Life

Lively, intimate and beautiful all describe Montana’s capital city, recently voted “The Best Small Art Town in America.” Helena is also known for its excellent school system, its family-friendly community and its limitless outdoor recreation opportunities year-round. Kalispell is also a haven for skiers, hikers and nature lovers and boasts one of the most pristine lakes in the country, Flathead Lake.

Intermountain Deaconess Children's Services Helena, MT, USA
Jan 03, 2019
Full time
Do you want to help protect the joy of childhood and incite change? Are you looking for a career that will give you a strong sense of purpose and is also meaningful and rewarding? Do you want to make a difference in a child and family’s life? Then we want to meet you. With our holistic, integrated services and relationship based approach, we help families create and sustain nurturing, healthy environments where children can thrive and grow. Intermountain is a non-profit agency that has been impacting the lives of children and families for over 100 years and we are currently looking for a Support Counselor for our Residential Facility in Helena. Overview: Nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, our Intensive Residential services are designed for girls and boys, ages 4-13 on admission. Thirty-two children live in four cottages on a 40 acre campus in the capital city of Helena, Montana. The length of stay varies from 15 – 20 months. Our highly integrated, intermediate residential services structure daily living experiences, clinical therapies and academics, and facilitate optimum healing opportunities. Treatment includes clinical and educational assessments, individualized treatment plans, individual, group and family therapies, medication management, an accredited on-campus school offering a full spectrum of educational services, and a variety of outdoor and community activities. Some of the challenges our clients may have are: Emotional dysregulation Depression Anxiety Intractable anger Adoption issues Attachment and relationship issues ADD, ADHD PTSD Impulsivity, including lying and stealing Oppositionality and/or defiance Aggression towards self and others School problems • Loss and grief issues Poor social skills, and social development High functioning Autistic Spectrum Disorder Peer relationships Summary: The Support Counselor provides a variety of professional direct care services to children at an entry level with supervision, guidelines, direction, support and training from the treatment team. The Support Counselor participates in the maintenance of a therapeutic milieu according to each child’s treatment plan and agency philosophy. The above knowledge, skills and abilities are typically acquired through two (2) years related work experience. Graduation from an accredited college or university with an associates or bachelor’s degree in a social science or closely-related field is preferred. Requires a valid Montana driver’s license. Salary DOE, Starting Wage: $11.72 per hour.  Hours are mainly weekends and evenings. Additional shift differential of $1.00/hour for evening and weekend hours worked and $1.50/hour for overnight hours worked. An example of some of the benefits offered include: health insurance, retirement plan, and a rich personal leave benefit.
Intermountain Deaconess Children's Services Helena, MT, USA
Jan 03, 2019
Full time
Do you want to help protect the joy of childhood and incite change? Are you looking for a career that will give you a strong sense of purpose and is also meaningful and rewarding? Do you want to make a difference in a child and family’s life? Then we want to meet you. Intermountain, a visionary non-profit that has been impacting the lives of children and families in Montana for over 100 years, we are seeking a Mental Health Specialist I at our Helena Middle School and Radley Elementary School Sites. Company Overview Comprehensive School Community Treatment (CSCT) is a School Based Service that provides therapeutic support for children and families in a manner that promotes success in school, the family and community. Services are provided by a master’s level therapist and a specially-trained mental health specialist during the school day as well as the child’s home, if needed. Therapeutic activities are also provided on non-school days during school breaks and throughout the summer vacation. We work with the family to determine the best treatment plan to meet the child’s needs. CSCT is funded through Medicaid, private insurance and private pay. School Based Services is provided through our partnership with the local school districts and is part of Intermountain’s Array of Services designed to meet the needs of children and families dealing with a range of mental health issues. Responsibilities and Duties The CSCT (Comprehensive School & Community Treatment) Mental Health Specialist I (MHSI): Provides a variety of professional direct care services to children and families in a public school environment as part of Intermountain’s School Based Services (SBS). This role is responsible for therapeutic interventions and developing significant relationships. The CSCT MHSI integrates with the CSCT team, the child's family, public school staff and other treating professionals to create a cohesive approach to services for children. This role also works in a community setting promoting the vision, values, and mission of Intermountain. Qualifications and Skills The above knowledge, skills, and abilities are typically acquired through: A bachelor’s degree in the field of Behavioral Sciences (or related field). One to two (1-2) years’ experience working with emotionally disturbed children or in an educational setting is preferred. This role requires a valid MT Driver’s License. Salary DOE; starting Wage: $13.57 per hour.  Intermountain offers excellent benefits, including health insurance, pension, generous personal leave, and holidays.
Intermountain Deaconess Children's Services Helena, MT, USA
Jan 03, 2019
Full time
Do you want to help protect the joy of childhood and incite change? Are you looking for a career that will give you a strong sense of purpose and is also meaningful and rewarding? Do you want to make a difference in a child and family’s life? Then we want to meet you. Intermountain, a visionary non-profit that has been impacting the lives of children and families in Montana for over 100 years, we are seeking a Comprehensive School Community Treatment Therapist. Comprehensive School Community Treatment (CSCT) is a School Based Service that provides therapeutic support for children and families in a manner that promotes success in school, the family and community. Services are provided by a master’s level therapist and a specially-trained mental health specialist during the school day as well as the child’s home, if needed. Therapeutic activities are also provided on non-school days during school breaks and throughout the summer vacation. We work with the family to determine the best treatment plan to meet the child’s needs. CSCT is funded through Medicaid, private insurance and private pay. School Based Services is provided through our partnership with the local school districts and is part of Intermountain’s Array of Services designed to meet the needs of children and families dealing with a range of mental health issues. Overview: Ages served: 5-18 year old students Service Area: Helena and East Helena Montana School Districts Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri from 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Services: individual, group and family psychotherapy, individualized treatment planning, emotional and behavioral support, crisis intervention, and non-school days activities. Some of the challenges our clients may have are: Emotional dysregulation • Depression • Anxiety • Intractable anger • Adoption issues • Attachment and relationship issues • ADD, ADHD • PTSD • Impulsivity, including lying and stealing • Oppositionality and/or defiance • Aggression towards self and others • School problems • Loss and grief issues • Poor social skills, and social development • High functioning Autistic Spectrum Disorder • Peer relationships Summary: The Comprehensive School Community Treatment (CSCT) Therapist performs and provides direction for a variety of administrative, supervisory and clinical services for Intermountain’s CSCT programs within a public school setting. They provide clinical oversite to the CSCT Mental Health Specialist. The CSCT therapist also provides clinical leadership to the CSCT team and public school teachers and administrators that assures the integrity, integration and clinical soundness of treatment. They are responsible to develop and sustain a healthy team culture. Minimum Requirement: Skills and abilities for this position are generally acquired through a 60 credit Master’s degree from an accredited University in professional counseling, a Master’s in Social Work with focus on clinical social work, or psychological counseling. Applicants must be licensed or a licensure candidate licensed by the State of Montana’s Board of Behavioral Health as an LCPC or LCSW. Applicants must have two (2) year’s experience with children before or following completion of Master’s degree Training and/or experience in attachment-based therapeutic approaches and trauma informed care. Must possess or maintain a valid Montana driver’s license. Salary: Starting Salary for License-eligible is $39,159 and starting Salary for Licensed is $42,500.  Intermountain qualifies as a federal loan repayment site and offers direct supervision for unlicensed clinicians needing hours towards their licensure. Intermountain also offers excellent benefits, including health insurance, pension, generous personal leave, and holiday pay. 
Intermountain Deaconess Children's Services Helena, MT, USA
Jan 03, 2019
Full time
Do you want to help protect the joy of childhood and incite change?  Are you looking for a career that will give you a strong sense of purpose and is also meaningful and rewarding?  Do you want to make a difference in a child and family’s life?  Then we want to meet you. Intermountain, a visionary non-profit that has been impacting the lives of children and families in Montana for over 100 years, we are seeking a School Based Outpatient Therapist. Overview Ages served: 5-18 year old students Service Area: Helena and East Helena Montana School Districts Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri from 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Services: individual, group and family psychotherapy, individualized treatment planning, emotional and behavioral support, crisis intervention, and non-school days activities. Some of the challenges our clients may have are: • Emotional dysregulation • Depression • Anxiety • Intractable anger • Adoption issues • Attachment and relationship issues • ADD, ADHD • PTSD • Impulsivity, including lying and stealing • Oppositionality and/or defiance • Aggression towards self and others • School problems • Loss and grief issues • Poor social skills, and social development • High functioning Autistic Spectrum Disorder • Peer relationships Job Summary School Based Services provides: Therapeutic support for children and families in a manner that promotes success in school, the family and community.  Services are provided by a master’s level therapist and a specially-trained mental health specialist during the school day as well as the child’s home, if needed.  Therapeutic activities are also provided on non-school days during school breaks and throughout the summer vacation. We work with the family to determine the best treatment plan to meet the child’s needs. Included in the program is Comprehensive School and Community Treatment (CSCT) and Outpatient Services. CSCT is funded through Medicaid, private insurance and private pay. School Based Services is provided through our partnership with the local school districts and is part of Intermountain’s Array of Services designed to meet the needs of children and families dealing with a range of mental health issues. Responsibilities and Duties The School Based Outpatient Therapist (SBOT) plans, reviews and executes individual, conjoint and family psychotherapy.  The SBOT provides a dynamic conceptualization of the inner workings of the client and/or the client's family; and, is responsible to ensure that treatment is clinically sound and ethical.  The SBOT may facilitate or co-facilitate therapeutic groups on a variety of topics, provide in-service trainings on relevant issues pertaining to treatment; and, may train and supervise approved graduate level interns.  The SBOT must assure the maintenance of ethical standards of their respective licensures.  This position provides rotating emergency call for impending or emerging psychological crises of children. Qualifications and Skills The above knowledge, skills and abilities are generally acquired through a 60 credit Masters degree from an accredited university in professional counseling, a Masters in Social Work with focus on clinical social work, or psychological counseling.   Applicants must be licensed or a licensure candidate licensed by the State of Montana's Board of Behavioral health as an LCPC or LCSW.  If treating clients as an LAC or LAC Licensure Candidate, must have licensure candidate license and achieve full licensure at the earliest possible date in compliance with MT Statutes and Administrative Rules. Applicants must have two (2) years experience with children before or following completion of Master’s degree Training and/or experience in attachment theory, attachment-based therapeutic approaches and trauma informed care.  Must possess or maintain a valid Montana driver’s license. Benefits and Perks Salary DOE:  $39,159 Unlicensed - $42,500 Licensed.  Intermountain qualifies as a federal loan repayment site and offers direct supervision for unlicensed clinicians needing hours towards their licensure. Intermountain also offers excellent benefits, including health insurance, pension, generous personal leave, and holiday pay.  
Intermountain Deaconess Children's Services Helena, MT, USA
Jan 03, 2019
Full time
Do you want to help protect the joy of childhood and incite change? Are you looking for a career that will give you a strong sense of purpose and is also meaningful and rewarding? Do you want to make a difference in a child and family’s life? Then we want to meet you. Intermountain, a visionary non-profit that has been impacting the lives of children and families in Montana for over 100 years, we are seeking a Night Shift Counselor. Overview: When a struggling, emotionally dysregulated child is unable to maintain in the family, school, and community, a nurturing, family-like atmosphere can be the best setting for stabilization and treatment. Our Residential Program provides professional, integrated, intermediate residential care adapted for the individual needs of each child. The focus is first stabilizing the child and family and then providing a holistic, attainable pathway to improved functioning. Rooted in a 30 year history of success with a developmental relational approach, Intermountain provides a trusted option.  Intermountain offers career mobility and the ability to learn and grow both professionally and personally.  Located in Helena, Montana, the campus is centrally located with incredible recreational opportunities right out your back door. Ages:  4-13 Gender:  Boys and Girls Length of Stay:  4-12 months Location:  Helena, MT Capacity:  8 Licensing:  Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services Accreditation:  Council on Accreditation, AdvancEd, Northwest Accreditation Commission Some of the challenges our clients may have are: Emotional dysregulation Depression Anxiety Intractable anger Adoption issues Attachment and relationship issues ADD, ADHD PTSD Impulsivity, including lying and stealing Oppositionality and/or defiance Aggression towards self and others School problems Loss and grief issues Poor social skills, and social development High functioning Autistic Spectrum Disorder Peer relationships Summary: The Night Shift Counselor position is an entry-level position that performs a variety of direct and non-direct care duties in creating a therapeutic milieu.  This position provides therapeutic care, safety and supervision to emotionally disturbed children and performs duties in the areas of housekeeping, laundry, meal preparation, record keeping and others as assigned.  The Night Shift Counselor is responsible to review and stay abreast of assessments, logs, reports and treatment plans and attends clinical staffings and training as directed.  Childcare experience preferred, high school diploma required. Salary DOE, Starting Wage: $11.16 per hour + $1.50 per hour night differential between 10:30 pm and 7:00 am. Full Benefits included.
Intermountain Deaconess Children's Services Somers, MT
Jan 03, 2019
Full time
Do you want to help protect the joy of childhood and incite change? Are you looking for a career that will give you a strong sense of purpose and is also meaningful and rewarding? Do you want to make a difference in a child and family’s life? Then we want to meet you. With our holistic, integrated services and relationship based approach, we help families create and sustain nurturing, healthy environments where children can thrive and grow. Intermountain is a non-profit agency that has been impacting the lives of children and families for over 100 years and we are currently looking for a Support Counselor for our Providence Home in Somers, MT. Overview: When a struggling, emotionally dysregulated child is unable to maintain in the family, school, and community, a nurturing, family-like atmosphere can be the best setting for stabilization and treatment. Providence Home provides professional, integrated, intermediate residential care adapted for the individual needs of each child. The focus is first stabilizing the child and family and then providing a holistic, attainable pathway to improved functioning. Rooted in a 30 year history of success with a developmental relational approach, Intermountain Providence Home provides a trusted option in Montana’s beautiful Flathead Valley near Glacier National Park. Ages: 4-13 Gender: Boys and Girls Length of Stay: 4-12 months Location: Flathead Valley, MT Capacity: 8 Licensing: Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services Accreditation: AdvancEd, Northwest Accreditation Commission Some of the challenges our clients may have are: Emotional dysregulation Depression Anxiety Intractable anger Adoption issues Attachment and relationship issues ADD, ADHD PTSD Impulsivity, including lying and stealing Oppositionality and/or defiance Aggression towards self and others School problems  Loss and grief issues Poor social skills, and social development High functioning Autistic Spectrum Disorder Peer relationships Summary: The Support Counselor provides a variety of professional direct care services to children at an entry level with supervision, guidelines, direction, support and training from the treatment team. The Support Counselor participates in the maintenance of a therapeutic milieu according to each child’s treatment plan and agency philosophy. The above knowledge, skills and abilities are typically acquired through two (2) years related work experience. Graduation from an accredited college or university with an associates or bachelor’s degree in a social science or closely-related field is preferred. Requires a valid Montana driver’s license. This position is Full time Salary DOE, Starting Wage: $11.72 per hour.  Hours are mainly weekends and evenings . Additional shift differential of $1.00/hour for evening and weekend hours worked and $1.50/hour for overnight hours worked. An example of some of the benefits offered include: health insurance, retirement plan, and a rich personal leave benefit.
Intermountain Deaconess Children's Services Kalispell, MT, USA
Jan 03, 2019
Full time
Do you want to help protect the joy of childhood and incite change? Are you looking for a career that will give you a strong sense of purpose and is also meaningful and rewarding? Do you want to make a difference in a child and family’s life? Then we want to meet you. Intermountain, a visionary non-profit that has been impacting the lives of children and families in Montana for over 100 years, we are seeking a Night Shift Counselor. Overview: When a struggling, emotionally dysregulated child is unable to maintain in the family, school, and community, a nurturing, family-like atmosphere can be the best setting for stabilization and treatment. Providence Home provides professional, integrated, intermediate residential care adapted for the individual needs of each child. The focus is first stabilizing the child and family and then providing a holistic, attainable pathway to improved functioning. Rooted in a 30 year history of success with a developmental relational approach, Intermountain provides a trusted option.  Intermountain offers career mobility and the ability to learn and grow both professionally and personally. Located in Helena, Montana, the campus is centrally located with incredible recreational opportunities right out your back door. Ages:  4-13 Gender:  Boys and Girls Length of Stay:  4-12 months Location:  Flathead Valley, MT Capacity:  8 Licensing:  Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services Accreditation: AdvancEd, Northwest Accreditation Commission Some of the challenges our clients may have are: Emotional dysregulation Depression  Anxiety Intractable anger   Adoption issues Attachment and relationship issues ADD, ADHD PTSD Impulsivity, including lying and stealing Oppositionality and/or defiance Aggression towards self and others School problems Loss and grief issues Poor social skills, and social development High functioning Autistic Spectrum Disorder Peer relationships Summary: The Night Shift Counselor position performs a variety of direct and non-direct care duties in creating a therapeutic milieu.  This position provides therapeutic care, safety and supervision to emotionally disturbed children and performs duties in the areas of housekeeping, laundry, meal preparation, record keeping and others as assigned.  The Night Shift Counselor is responsible to review and stay abreast of assessments, logs, reports and treatment plans and attends clinical staffings and training as directed.  Childcare experience preferred, high school diploma required. Salary DOE, Starting Wage: $11.72 per hour + $1.50 per hour night differential between 10:30 pm and 7:00 am and $80.00 per pay period for Interim Adjustment Pay. Full Benefits
Intermountain Deaconess Children's Services Kalispell, MT, USA
Jan 03, 2019
Full time
Do you want to help protect the joy of childhood and incite change?  Are you looking for a career that will give you a strong sense of purpose and is also meaningful and rewarding?  Do you want to make a difference in a child and family’s life?  Then we want to meet you. Intermountain, a visionary non-profit that has been impacting the lives of children and families in Montana for over 100 years, we are seeking an  Outpatient Psychotherapist and Co-Occurring Therapist  who is innovative and is able to connect and educate the community about Intermountain Services..  Our approach considers the needs of the whole child and family, by providing them with knowledgeable and compassionate professionals treating a wide range of issues. The center coordinates all services with community providers including the Department of Child and Family Services, schools, therapists, physicians, law enforcement and other mental health agencies. This level of multi-disciplinary cooperation will facilitate true healing for children and their families. OVERVIEW Ages Served: 3 – 26 years old Service Area: Helena and surrounding areas Services: Individual Therapy Family Therapy Skills Group for Adolescents Circle of Security Parenting Groups Child and Family Traumatic Stress Intervention Outpatient substance abuse therapy Standard office hours of operation: 8:00-6:00 Mon-Thurs, 8:00-5:00 Fri; Flexibility of scheduling available beyond standard office hours                                                Some of the challenges our clients may have are: Emotional dysregulation Depression Anxiety Intractable anger Adoption issues Attachment and relationship issues ADD, ADHD PTSD Impulsivity, including lying and stealing Oppositionality and/or defiance Aggression towards self and others School problems Loss and grief issues Poor social skills, and social development High functioning Autistic Spectrum Disorder Peer relationships Substance Abuse Summary: Outpatient Psychotherapists provide support for children/youth and families in a manner that promotes growth in their lives such that their relationships at home with family, at school with friends and their lives within the community improve. We work with the family and child to determine the best treatment plan. The Co-occurring Therapist utilizes their knowledge and skills from both the substance abuse and mental health disciplines, understands how each disorder impacts the other and ensures that integrated co-occurring treatment and quality care is provided.  The above knowledge, skills and abilities are generally acquired through a 60 credit Master’s degree from an accredited university in professional counseling, a Master’s in Social Work with focus on clinical social work, or psychological counseling.  Applicants must be licensed or a licensure candidate licensed by the State of Montana’s Board of Behavioral health as an LCPC, LCSW or LAC. Applicant must have (2) years experience with children before or following completion of Master’s degree Training and/or experience in attachment theory, attachment-based therapeutic approaches and trauma informed care.  Must possess or maintain a valid driver’s license. Position is full-time, salary commensurate with experience plus additional commission pay.  Intermountain qualifies as a federal loan repayment site and offers direct supervision for unlicensed clinicians needing hours towards their licensure.  Intermountain also offers excellent benefits, including health insurance, pension, generous personal leave, and holiday pay. 
Intermountain Deaconess Children's Services Boulder, MT, USA
Jan 03, 2019
Full time
Do you want to help protect the joy of childhood and incite change? Are you looking for a career that will give you a strong sense of purpose and is also meaningful and rewarding? Do you want to make a difference in a child and family’s life? Then we want to meet you. With our holistic, integrated services and relationship based approach, we help families create and sustain nurturing, healthy environments where children can thrive and grow.  Intermountain, a visionary non-profit that has been impacting the lives of children and families in Montana for over 100 years, we are seeking a Therapist for K-8 for our Day Treatment Program at Boulder Elementary School. Summary: The Day Treatment therapist provides clinical guidance for Day Treatment staff, including teacher and mental health specialist.  The Day Treatment therapist assures integration of clinical and classroom needs and the clinical soundness of the therapeutic approach in the classroom.  Serves as clinical resource person for the management of the milieu and assists personnel in assessing the therapeutic needs of children. Participates in assessing appropriate of referrals.   Minimum Requirement: Skills and abilities for this position are generally acquired through: A 60 credit Master’s degree from an accredited University in professional counseling. Master’s in Social Work with focus on clinical social work, or psychological counseling. Applicants must be licensed or a licensure candidate licensed by the State of Montana’s Board of Behavioral Health as an LCPC or LCSW. Applicants must have two (2) year’s experience with children before or following completion of Master’s degree Training and/or experience in attachment-based therapeutic approaches and trauma informed care. Must possess or maintain a valid Montana driver’s license. Position is full-time.  Salary DOE; Starting Salary: $50,000.  Intermountain offers direct supervision for unlicensed clinicians needing hours towards their licensure.  Intermountain also offers excellent benefits, including health insurance, pension, generous personal leave, and holiday pay. 
Intermountain Deaconess Children's Services Boulder, MT, USA
Jan 03, 2019
Full time
Do you want to help protect the joy of childhood and incite change? Are you looking for a career that will give you a strong sense of purpose and is also meaningful and rewarding? Do you want to make a difference in a child and family’s life? Then we want to meet you. Intermountain, a visionary non-profit that has been impacting the lives of children and families in Montana for over 100 years, we are seeking a Comprehensive School Community Treatment Therapist. Comprehensive School Community Treatment (CSCT) is a School Based Service that provides therapeutic support for children and families in a manner that promotes success in school, the family and community. Services are provided by a master’s level therapist and a specially-trained mental health specialist during the school day as well as the child’s home, if needed. Therapeutic activities are also provided on non-school days during school breaks and throughout the summer vacation. We work with the family to determine the best treatment plan to meet the child’s needs. CSCT is funded through Medicaid, private insurance and private pay. School Based Services is provided through our partnership with the local school districts and is part of Intermountain’s Array of Services designed to meet the needs of children and families dealing with a range of mental health issues. Overview: Ages served: 5-18 year old students Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri from 8:00am-5:00pm Services:  Individual, group and family psychotherapy, individualized treatment planning, emotional and behavioral support, crisis intervention, and non-school days activities. Some of the challenges our clients may have are: Emotional dysregulation Depression Anxiety Intractable anger Adoption issues Attachment and relationship issues ADD, ADHD PTSD Impulsivity, including lying and stealing Oppositionality and/or defiance Aggression towards self and others School problems Loss and grief issues Poor social skills, and social development High functioning Autistic Spectrum Disorder Peer relationships Summary: The Comprehensive School Community Treatment (CSCT) Therapist performs and provides direction for a variety of administrative, supervisory and clinical services for Intermountain’s CSCT programs within a public school setting. They provide clinical oversight to the CSCT Mental Health Specialist. The CSCT therapist also provides clinical leadership to the CSCT team and public school teachers and administrators that assures the integrity, integration and clinical soundness of treatment. They are responsible to develop and sustain a healthy team culture. Minimum Requirement: Skills and abilities for this position are generally acquired through a 60 credit Master’s degree from an accredited University in professional counseling, a Master’s in Social Work with focus on clinical social work, or psychological counseling. Applicants must be licensed or a licensure candidate licensed by the State of Montana’s Board of Behavioral Health as an LCPC or LCSW. Applicants must have two (2) year’s experience with children before or following completion of Master’s degree Training and/or experience in attachment-based therapeutic approaches and trauma informed care. Must possess or maintain a valid Montana driver’s license. Salary: Starting Salary for License-eligible is $39,159 and starting Salary for Licensed is $42,500.  Intermountain qualifies as a federal loan repayment site and offers direct supervision for unlicensed clinicians needing hours towards their licensure. Intermountain also offers excellent benefits, including health insurance, pension, generous personal leave, and holiday pay. 
Intermountain Deaconess Children's Services Helena, MT, USA
Jan 03, 2019
Part time
Do you want to help protect the joy of childhood and incite change?  Are you looking for a career that will give you a strong sense of purpose and is also meaningful and rewarding?  Do you want to make a difference in a child and family’s life?  Then we want to meet you. With our holistic, integrated services and relationship based approach, we help families create and sustain nurturing, healthy environments where children can thrive and grow. Intermountain is a non-profit agency that has been impacting the lives of children and families for over 100 years and we are currently looking for a part-time to possibly full-time Substitute Teacher for our Helena Day Treatment Program. Overview: At Intermountain, we believe learning should be fun, and a child must be in a safe emotional place in order to learn.  For many children who come to Intermountain, school has not been a rewarding experience, socially or academically.  Intermountain School offers students a comfortable, fun and stimulating environment in which to learn.  Some of the highlights of our educational program include: Each classroom is staffed by a certified special education teacher experienced in dealing with students with emotional difficulties, a trained special education technician, and a school support counselor Educational program administered by the Director of Education Services who holds Master’s in Special Education and a K-12 Principal certification Accredited by AdvancEd Northwest Accreditation Commission. Certified Non-Public school for Montana, California, Washington and Illinois Licensed Occupational Therapist and Speech Pathologist 1:4 staff to student ratio; 10-12 students per classroom Six hour school day, 210 school days per year Individualized educational programming to address each student’s unique learning style Standards-based core curriculum including educational field trips, with electives such as art, Cultural studies, music, physical education/health and social skills  Extracurricular activities include Bal-A-Vis-X, basketball, S’cool Moves, Brain Gym, drama, skiing, soccer and swimming. Some of the challenges our clients may have are: Emotional dysregulation Depression Anxiety Intractable anger Adoption issues Attachment and relationship issues ADD, ADHD PTSD Impulsivity, including lying and stealing Oppositionality and/or defiance Aggression towards self and others School problems Loss and grief issues Poor social skills, and social development High functioning Autistic Spectrum Disorder Peer relationships Summary: The Special Education Substitute Teacher assumes the lead role in, integrating and delivering group and individualized curriculum, in accordance with agency, state and federal special education rules and regulations, to children who receive services in a therapeutic treatment setting and who suffer from a variety of educational disabilities. The Special Education Substitute Teacher is responsible for imparting their expertise to collaborative efforts with other professionals toward fulfilling the agency mission and to assuring excellence in the agency’s education program services. Graduate from an accredited college or university with a B.S. or B.A. degree in Elementary Education with an endorsement in Special-Education K-12 is preferred. Must possess and maintain a valid Montana driver’s license.  Position is part-time to possibly full-time, salary commensurate with experience.
Intermountain Deaconess Children's Services Kalispell, MT, USA
Jan 03, 2019
Part time
Do you want to help protect the joy of childhood and incite change?  Are you looking for a career that will give you a strong sense of purpose and is also meaningful and rewarding?  Do you want to make a difference in a child and family’s life?  Then we want to meet you. With our holistic, integrated services and relationship based approach, we help families create and sustain nurturing, healthy environments where children can thrive and grow. Intermountain is a non-profit agency that has been impacting the lives of children and families for over 100 years and we are currently looking for a part-time to possibly full-time Substitute Teacher for our Providence Home Day Treatment Program. Overview: At Intermountain, we believe learning should be fun and a child must be in a safe emotional place in order to learn. For many children who come to Intermountain, school has not been a rewarding experience, socially or academically. Providence Home offers students a comfortable, fun and stimulating environment in which to learn. Some of the highlights of our educational program include: The classroom is staffed by a certified special education teacher experienced in working with students with emotional difficulties and a trained education support personnel Educational program administered by the Director of Education Services who holds Master’s in Special Education and a K-12 Principal certification Accredited by AdvancEd Northwest Accreditation Commission Certified Montana Non-Public school Licensed Occupational Therapist and Speech Pathologist available 1:4 staff to student ratio; 8 students in a multi-grade classroom Six hour school day, 210 school days per year Individualized educational programming to address each student’s unique learning style Standards-based core curriculum including educational field trips, with electives such as art, cultural studies, music, physical education/health and social skills Some of the challenges our clients may have include: Emotional dysregulation Depression Anxiety Intractable anger Adoption issues Attachment and relationship issues ADD, ADHD PTSD Impulsivity, including lying and stealing Oppositionality and/or defiance Aggression towards self and others School problems Loss and grief issues Poor social skills, and social development High functioning Autistic Spectrum Disorder Peer relationships Summary: The Special Education Substitute Teacher assumes the lead role in, integrating and delivering group and individualized curriculum, in accordance with agency, state and federal special education rules and regulations, to children who receive services in a therapeutic treatment setting and who suffer from a variety of educational disabilities. The Special Education Substitute Teacher is responsible for imparting their expertise to collaborative efforts with other professionals toward fulfilling the agency mission and to assuring excellence in the agency’s education program services. Graduate from an accredited college or university with a B.S. or B.A. degree in Elementary Education with an endorsement in Special-Education K-12 is preferred. Must possess and maintain a valid Montana driver’s license.  Position is part-time to possibly full-time, salary commensurate with experience.
Intermountain Deaconess Children's Services Helena, MT, USA
Jan 03, 2019
Full time
Do you want to help protect the joy of childhood and incite change? Are you looking for a career that will give you a strong sense of purpose and is also meaningful and rewarding? Do you want to make a difference in a child and family’s life? Then we want to meet you. Intermountain, a visionary non-profit that has been impacting the lives of children and families in Montana for over 100 years, we are seeking an Outpatient Psychotherapist and Co-Occurring Therapist. Our approach considers the needs of the whole child and family, by providing them with knowledgeable and compassionate professionals treating a wide range of issues. The center coordinates all services with community providers including the Department of Child and Family Services, schools, therapists, physicians, law enforcement and other mental health agencies. This level of multi-disciplinary cooperation will facilitate true healing for children and their families. OVERVIEW: Ages Served: 3 – 26 years old Service Area: Helena and surrounding areas Services: Individual Therapy Family Therapy Skills Group for Adolescents Circle of Security Parenting Groups Child and Family Traumatic Stress Intervention Outpatient substance abuse therapy Standard office hours of operation: 8:00-6:00 Mon-Thurs, 8:00-5:00 Fri Flexibility of scheduling available beyond standard office hours Some of the challenges our clients may have include: Emotional dysregulation Depression Anxiety Intractable anger Adoption issues Attachment and relationship issues ADD, ADHD PTSD Impulsivity, including lying and stealing Oppositionality and/or defiance Aggression towards self and others School problems Loss and grief issues Poor social skills, and social development High functioning Autistic Spectrum Disorder Peer relationships Substance Abuse Summary: Outpatient psychotherapists provide support for children/youth and families in a manner that promotes growth in their lives such that their relationships at home with family, at school with friends and their lives within the community improve. We work with the family and child to determine the best treatment plan. The Co-occurring therapist utilizes their knowledge and skills from both the substance abuse and mental health disciplines, understands how each disorder impacts the other and ensures that integrated co-occurring treatment and quality care is provided. The above knowledge, skills and abilities are generally acquired through a 60 credit Master’s degree from an accredited university in professional counseling, a Master’s in Social Work with focus on clinical social work, or psychological counseling.  Applicants must be licensed or a licensure candidate licensed by the State of Montana’s Board of Behavioral health as an LCPC, LCSW or LAC. Applicant must have (2) years experience with children before or following completion of Master’s degree Training and/or experience in attachment theory, attachment-based therapeutic approaches and trauma informed care.  Must possess or maintain a valid driver’s license. Position is full-time, salary  commensurate with experience plus additional commission pay. Intermountain qualifies as a federal loan repayment site and offers direct supervision for unlicensed clinicians needing hours towards their licensure. Intermountain also offers excellent benefits, including health insurance, pension, generous personal leave, and holiday pay.
Intermountain Deaconess Children's Services Helena, MT, USA
Jan 03, 2019
Full time
With our holistic, integrated services and relationship based approach, we help families create and sustain nurturing, healthy environments where children can thrive and grow. Intermountain is a non-profit agency that has been impacting the lives of children and families for over 100 years.  Intermountain offers a range of services from outpatient to inpatient.  Our organization is located in the state capital of Montana which offers year round recreational opportunities supporting a balance of professional and personal life. Intermountain is growing our outpatient occupational therapy clinic working with children age 0-21 years of age with a variety of pediatric/developmental disabilities.  A diverse caseload offers an OT opportunities to use a variety of treatment approaches with professional growth encouraged and supported to develop different types of services needed in our community.  We are recruiting for a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA). Our occupational therapists evaluate each child’s skills for playing, school performance and daily activities and compare them with what is developmentally appropriate for that age group.  We may work with your child on fine motor skills so he or she can grasp and release toys and develop good handwriting skills, address hand-eye coordination to improve play and school skills, help a child with behavioral disorders maintain positive behaviors (e.g., instead of hitting others or acting out, using positive ways to deal with anger), or work with on sensory and attentional issues to improve focus and social skills. The COTA treats children who need assistance with activities such as feeding, dressing, playing, bathing, and other age appropriate activities. The COTA may also develop skills in upper body strength, fine motor coordination, sensory processing skills, visual processing skills, self-care skills, and handwriting. The COTA centers treatment around giving a child the opportunity to reach his or her highest level of development. The COTA receives direction from the Occupational Therapy Supervisor. This role also receives direction from the Chief Business Officer through strategic planning goals. The COTA is supervised by the Occupational Therapist to follow through with established treatment plans and necessary revisions as need be. Some responsibilities are: Implements treatment plan to meet identified goals. Plans and manages programs, all of which may include: a. Self-Help and Independence b. Motor Skill Development c. Functional Mobility d. Visual Processing and Perceptual Skills e. Sensory Processing Skills f. Environmental Adaptations/Adaptive Equipment g. Pre-vocational and Vocational Skills Provides training to child, family, educational team, and other support persons involved. Functions as a team member of child’s family, education, and medical support system. Schedules clients for treatment as necessary; maintains calendar in EMR to assist others in scheduling clients. Maintains all records in accordance with agency and professional standards. The above knowledge, skills and abilities are typically acquired through the completion of accredited Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant Program. Must have and maintain certification by National Registration Exam. Must possess License from the State of Montana to practice Occupational Therapy. Must have and maintain current valid Montana Driver’s License. Position is full-time, salary commensurate with experience. Sign on bonus of  $2000 and relocation expenses negotiable .  Intermountain qualifies as a federal loan repayment site. Intermountain offers excellent benefits, including health insurance, pension, generous personal leave, and holidays. Montana is an explorer’s paradise brimming with wilderness, solitude, beauty and wonder. Some of the most incredible recreational opportunities are right out your back door: hiking, camping, white water rafting, skiing, snowmobiling, or any other form of recreation is easily accessible. Living in Montana gives residents access to some of the best trout fishing in the country, massive mountains and wide open prairies. Other benefits include a lower cost of living, no sales tax, and no traffic! Montana is a place to experience a true quality of life.
Intermountain Deaconess Children's Services Helena, MT, USA
Jan 03, 2019
Full time
With our holistic, integrated services and relationship based approach, we help families create and sustain nurturing, healthy environments where children can thrive and grow. Intermountain is a non-profit agency that has been impacting the lives of children and families for over 100 years.  Intermountain offers a range of services from outpatient to inpatient. The Financial Analyst & Accounting Support apply principles of accounting to analyze financial information and prepare financial reports by compiling information, preparing profit and loss statements, and utilizing appropriate accounting control procedures. MINIMUM KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED: Knowledge of finance, accounting, budgeting, and cost control principles including Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. Knowledge of financial and accounting software applications such as Financial Edge or Solomon. Knowledge of federal and state financial regulations. Ability to analyze financial data and prepare financial reports, statements and projections. Analyzes complex business and/or program issues and consults with management or business entities as needed; works independently; active participant in meeting organizational goals. Presents oral and written testimony on complex financial performance issues. Ability to gather, organize, summarize and analyze data within prescribed timeframes. Ability to analyze business operations, regulatory filings and/or financial statements. Ability to determine and ensure compliance with laws and regulations. Ability to draw conclusions, review, examine and prepare documents and projections. Ability to make recommendations for approval. Ability to present findings, prepare and analyze written reports. Ability to recognize and respond to unusual activity for further investigation. Ability to recommend corrective action when necessary based on acquired knowledge and observation of best practices in the industry while maintaining confidentiality. Advance knowledge of Microsoft Office programs is necessary Knowledge of and ability to work within a team framework to facilitate collaboration and team decision-making. The above knowledge, skills and abilities are typically acquired through a Bachelor's Degree in Accounting Experience in related field with three to five years of accounting and/or financial analyst experience is required. Position is full-time, salary commensurate with experience.  Montana is an explorer’s paradise brimming with wilderness, solitude, beauty and wonder. Some of the most incredible recreational opportunities are right out your back door: hiking, camping, white water rafting, skiing, snowmobiling, or any other form of recreation is easily accessible. Living in Montana gives residents access to some of the best trout fishing in the country, massive mountains and wide open prairies. Other benefits include a lower cost of living, no sales tax, and no traffic! Montana is a place to experience a true quality of life.