Career Opportunities

33 Career Opportunities at Mental Health Partnerships


New Posting Recovery Learning Specialist, Delco Project Share
Upper Darby, PA19082
Recovery Learning Specialists facilitate recovery groups for participants in efforts to teach and support the acquisition and utilization of skills needed to enable the individual’s recovery i.e., WRAP trainings, mental health advanced directives, health screens, budget management, substance use disorder groups, peer support groups, housing options and other topics of interest to the participants. Recovery Learning Specialists also promote the knowledge of available service options and choices and the utilization of natural resources in the community, and helping facilitate the development of a sense of wellness and self-worth.

New Posting Administrative Assistant
Philadelphia, PA19107
MHP hiring an Administrative Assistant who will provide support to MHP's mobile peer teams, PeerNet - Philadelphia, and PeerNet - Homeless Specialty. The Administrative Assistant will provide a wide array of administrative support, including logging entries into MHP's electronic health records system, Credible, assisting with the intake process, etc. The ideal candidate will be someone who is organized, professional, detail-orientated and has the ability to work in a fast-paced environment.

Psychiatric Nurse, LPN
Philadelphia, PA19107
MHP hiring a full time Psychiatric Nurse who will provide support to MHP's Targeted Case Management Division. The Psychiatric Nurse treats participants in an outpatient community-based setting and/or in the community who are experiencing mental distress or who have a mental health diagnosis. The Psychiatric Nurse coordinates the health care needs of persons with mental health diagnoses.

The Program Manager of the Training & Education Center (TEC) assists the director in developing, implementing and managing a variety of supportive educational services to family members of adults with behavioral health disorders, using recovery principles. These services include family consultation, educational family support groups and multi-week family workshops. The Program Manager of TEC also coordinates and manages all new requests for services, including registrations for multiple workshops. The Program Manager also assists the director in developing, implementing and managing customized training and technical assistance to adult behavioral health programs, organizations and systems on issues including hoarding, verbal de-escalation, family education/psycho-education as a trauma intervention, and other requests for training.

Forensics Targeted Case Managers provide services to participants who are incarcerated and/or who were previously incarcerated or have legal system involvement and are living in the community. All participants persistent with mental health challenges, in addition to individuals with co-occurring conditions. After assessing the participants' needs the Targeted Case Manager helps the participant with obtaining resources and services in the community, in a partnership that focuses on recovery and the achievement of the participant's goals for reintegration into community living.

MHP hiring a full time Division Director who will provide support to our Pottstown Recovery Learning Center, in PA, our Georgetown and Seaford ACE Recovery Learning Centers in Sussex County DE, Our mobile peer team, PeerNet – Bucks County and our volunteer program, Compeer – Chester County. The Division Director will manage and expand our current programs, analyze outcome data to continuously enhance programs and services, and builds and maintains rapports with all internal and external stakeholders. The ideal candidate will be someone who had experience managing multiple service lines, knowledge of community resources and systems, and has strong skillsets in interpersonal relationships, communication and teamwork.

Part Time Administrative Assistant
Philadelphia, PA19107
MHP hiring a part time Administrative Assistant who will provide support to MHP's residential program, Homeward Bound. The Administrative Assistant will provide a wide array of administrative support, including logging attendance through "bed boards," entries into MHP's electronic health records system, Credible, takes minutes, etc. The ideal candidate will be someone who is organized, professional, detail-orientated and has the ability to work in a fast-paced environment.

On Call Psychiatric Nurse
Philadelphia, PA19107
MHP hiring an on-call Psychiatric Nurse who will provide support to MHP's Targeted Case Management Division. The Psychiatric Nurse treats participants in an outpatient community-based setting and/or in the community who are experiencing mental distress or who have a mental health diagnosis. The Psychiatric Nurse coordinates the health care needs of persons with mental health diagnoses.

Recovery Learning Specialists facilitate recovery groups for participants in efforts to teach and support the acquisition and utilization of skills needed to enable the individual’s recovery i.e., WRAP trainings, mental health advanced directives, health screens, budget management, substance use disorder groups, peer support groups, housing options and other topics of interest to the participants. Recovery Learning Specialists also promote the knowledge of available service options and choices and the utilization of natural resources in the community, and helping facilitate the development of a sense of wellness and self-worth.

Outreach Specialists engage and build relationships with individuals experiencing homelessness to provide those individuals with resources and placement at shelters, cafes or safe havens.

Recovery Learning Specialists facilitate recovery groups for participants in efforts to teach and support the acquisition and utilization of skills needed to enable the individual’s recovery i.e., WRAP trainings, mental health advanced directives, health screens, budget management, substance use disorder groups, peer support groups, housing options and other topics of interest to the participants. Recovery Learning Specialists also promote the knowledge of available service options and choices and the utilization of natural resources in the community, and helping facilitate the development of a sense of wellness and self-worth.

The Account Specialist will work closely with Case Managers/Recovery Coaches to build trust to assist participants with their finances, teach them in a culturally competent manner, budgeting and money management skills to enable them to live independently in the community. ***This position is eligible for a $250 sign on bonus and a $750 retention bonus after completion of one year of service.***

The Government Relations & Advocacy Division includes peer support programs, benefits assistance, and advocacy at the city, county, and state levels for people affected by mental illness. Interns will learn about how people and communities are affected by mental illness, Pennsylvania’s mental health systems, the interaction of public and private support, and different methods and concepts of advocacy. This is a great opportunity for someone considering a career in mental health or public administration.

Recovery Learning Specialists facilitate recovery groups for participants in efforts to teach and support the acquisition and utilization of skills needed to enable the individual’s recovery i.e., WRAP trainings, mental health advanced directives, health screens, budget management, substance use disorder groups, peer support groups, housing options and other topics of interest to the participants. Recovery Learning Specialists also promote the knowledge of available service options and choices and the utilization of natural resources in the community, and helping facilitate the development of a sense of wellness and self-worth.

Utilizing the knowledge, skills and training from the Certified Peer Specialist training, Certified Peer Specialists provide flexible, community based services that are designed to promote the empowerment, recovery, and community integration of individuals who have challenges with extensive mental health conditions. Certified Peer Specialists facilitate opportunities for individuals receiving service to direct their own recovery and advocacy process by teaching and supporting individuals with the acquisition and utilization of skills, promoting knowledge of available service options, choices and the utilization of natural resources in the community, and helping facilitate the development of a sense of wellness and self-worth. ***This position is eligible for a $250 sign on bonus and a $750 retention bonus after completion of one year of service.***

Utilizing the knowledge, skills and training from the Certified Peer Specialist training, Certified Peer Specialists provide flexible, community based services that are designed to promote the empowerment, recovery, and community integration of individuals who have challenges with extensive mental health conditions. Certified Peer Specialists facilitate opportunities for individuals receiving service to direct their own recovery and advocacy process by teaching and supporting individuals with the acquisition and utilization of skills, promoting knowledge of available service options, choices and the utilization of natural resources in the community, and helping facilitate the development of a sense of wellness and self-worth. ***This position is eligible for a $250 sign on bonus and a $750 retention bonus after completion of one year of service.***

Utilizing the knowledge, skills and training from the Certified Peer Specialist training, Certified Peer Specialists provide flexible, community based services that are designed to promote the empowerment, recovery, and community integration of individuals who have challenges with extensive mental health conditions. Certified Peer Specialists facilitate opportunities for individuals receiving service to direct their own recovery and advocacy process by teaching and supporting individuals with the acquisition and utilization of skills, promoting knowledge of available service options, choices and the utilization of natural resources in the community, and helping facilitate the development of a sense of wellness and self-worth. ***This position is eligible for a $250 sign on bonus and a $750 retention bonus after completion of one year of service.***

Utilizing the knowledge, skills and training from the Community Autism Peer Specialist training, Community Autism Peer Specialists provide flexible, community based services that are designed to promote the empowerment, recovery, and community integration of individuals with an autism spectrum disorder. Community Autism Peer Specialists facilitate opportunities for individuals receiving service to direct their own advocacy process by teaching and supporting individuals with the acquisition and utilization of skills, promoting knowledge of available service options, choices and the utilization of natural resources in the community, and helping facilitate the development of a sense of wellness and self-worth.

Rehousing Resource Specialist
Upper Darby, PA19082
The Rehousing Resource Specialist works with participants, family members and community supports to identify and secure short and long-term housing resources. The Rehousing Resource Specialist coordinates services, benefits, training and activities designed to foster recovery, maintain stable housing and increase self-sufficiency in a manner consistent with MHP recovery principles.

Executive Assistant
Philadelphia, PA19107
MHP hiring a full time Executive Assistant who will provide support to CEO, COO and CFO. The Executive Assistant will provide a wide array of administrative, logistical and project-related support. The ideal candidate will be someone who is organized, professional, detail-orientated and has the ability to work in a fast-paced environment. This is a high-visibility role where you will have the opportunity to work with members in leadership positions and provide support that is critical to the company’s success.

The Learning & Development Specialist provides all aspects of training, group facilitation, and coaching to external service providers, and MHP staff from leadership to administrative. The L&D Specialist delivers recovery and trauma-informed courses, such as Certified Peer Specialist, CPS Supervisor, the WRAP series (Seminar I and II), continuing education courses, and professional development training opportunities. This position is also responsible for coaching activities with assigned constituencies and curriculum writing duties as assigned by Supervisor. The position requires up to 75% travel, including overnight travel.

Targeted Case Manager
Philadelphia, PA19107
Targeted Case Managers provide services to participants living in the community with persistent mental health challenges, in addition to individuals with co-occurring conditions. After assessing the participants’ needs the Targeted Case Manager helps the participant with obtaining resources and services in the community, in a partnership that focuses on recovery and the achievement of the participant’s goals for community living.

On Call Residential Advisor
Philadelphia, PA19107
The Residential Advisor is responsible for all activity in all transitional housing and supportive housing locations. The Residential Advisor monitors all participant activity, ensuring that the house operates smoothly during their shift and maintains a level of safety and security for the residents occupying their units. Populations served include participants with lived experience of homelessness, mental health conditions and/or addiction and who are in recovery. This is a 24 hour facility. All positions are awake positions.

On Call Outreach Specialist
Philadelphia, PA19107
Outreach Specialists engage and build relationships with individuals experiencing homelessness to provide those individuals with resources and placement at shelters, cafes or safe havens.

Forensics Targeted Case Managers provide services to participants who are incarcerated and/or who were previously incarcerated or have legal system involvement and are living in the community. All participants persistent with mental health challenges, in addition to individuals with co-occurring conditions. After assessing the participants' needs the Targeted Case Manager helps the participant with obtaining resources and services in the community, in a partnership that focuses on recovery and the achievement of the participant's goals for reintegration into community living. ***This position is eligible for a $250 sign on bonus and a $750 retention bonus after completion of one year of service.***

Recovery Learning Specialists facilitate recovery groups for participants in efforts to teach and support the acquisition and utilization of skills needed to enable the individual’s recovery i.e., WRAP trainings, mental health advanced directives, health screens, budget management, substance use disorder groups, peer support groups, housing options and other topics of interest to the participants. Recovery Learning Specialists also promote the knowledge of available service options and choices and the utilization of natural resources in the community, and helping facilitate the development of a sense of wellness and self-worth.

Per Diem Family Peer Specialist
Upper Darby, PA19082
The Family Peer Specialist is responsible for assessing presenting needs, orienting, supporting, and providing resources to family members, partners, and friends who participate in Delaware County Mental Health Crisis Court Hearings.

Recovery Learning Specialists facilitate recovery groups for participants in efforts to teach and support the acquisition and utilization of skills needed to enable the individual’s recovery i.e., WRAP trainings, mental health advanced directives, health screens, budget management, substance use disorder groups, peer support groups, housing options and other topics of interest to the participants. Recovery Learning Specialists also promote the knowledge of available service options and choices and the utilization of natural resources in the community, and helping facilitate the development of a sense of wellness and self-worth.

Recovery Resource Specialists work with participants on an individual basis to identify their immediate needs and their long-term goals. Recovery Resource Specialists support participants by coordinating services, benefits, training and activities designed to foster recovery, achieve stable housing and increase self-sufficiency. ***This position is eligible for a $250 sign on bonus and a $750 retention bonus after completion of one year of service.***

Utilizing the knowledge, skills and training from the Certified Peer Specialist training, Certified Peer Specialists provide flexible, community based services that are designed to promote the empowerment, recovery, and community integration of individuals who have challenges with extensive mental health conditions. Certified Peer Specialists facilitate opportunities for individuals receiving service to direct their own recovery and advocacy process by teaching and supporting individuals with the acquisition and utilization of skills, promoting knowledge of available service options, choices and the utilization of natural resources in the community, and helping facilitate the development of a sense of wellness and self-worth. ***This position is eligible for a $250 sign on bonus and a $750 retention bonus after completion of one year of service.***

Part Time Residential Advisor
Philadelphia, PA19107
Residential Advisors are responsible for all activity in MHP’s Community Residential Rehabilitation (CRR), Homeward Bound. Residential Advisors monitors all participant activity, ensuring that the house operates smoothly during their shift and maintains a level of safety and security for the residents occupying their units. Populations served include participants with lived experience of homelessness, mental health conditions and/or addiction and who are in recovery.

Part Time Psychiatrist
Philadelphia, PA19107
The Psychiatrist provides direct community mental health services including psychiatric services, psychiatric evaluation, diagnosis, psychopharmacology management, and crisis assessment and/or intervention. They also attend and lead clinical case conferences for TCM participants; participate in the service planning process by the TCM teams and provide consultation, medical referral and follow-up to these referrals (in conjunction with the R.N. and Targeted Case Managers). As part of the TCM management team, the Psychiatrist will support and/or make suggestions to improve overall functioning of the unit as it relates to the coordination of the participant’s care and psychiatric/medical services. This position is eligible for a $1,000 sign on bonus and a $4,000 retention bonus after completion of one year of service.

Recovery Learning Specialists facilitate recovery groups for participants in efforts to teach and support the acquisition and utilization of skills needed to enable the individual’s recovery i.e., WRAP trainings, mental health advanced directives, health screens, budget management, substance use disorder groups, peer support groups, housing options and other topics of interest to the participants. Recovery Learning Specialists also promote the knowledge of available service options and choices and the utilization of natural resources in the community, and helping facilitate the development of a sense of wellness and self-worth.