Kennebec Behavioral Health
Supportive. Compassionate. Professional.
Kennebec Valley Mental Health Center was created in 1960 as the community mental health center of central Maine. In 2007, the agency's name became Kennebec Behavioral Health to better reflect our expanded capabilities and geographic coverage.
Our mission statement is blissfully simple...to promote the well-being of children, adults, and families who experience mental illness, emotional difficulties, or behavioral challenges; we are seeking providers just like you who share the same vision.
For a complete list of current job openings, please visit the careers page of our web site: www.kbhmaine.org
Why choose a career with Kennebec Behavioral Health?
"I finally found an employer where I want to stay put for as long as possible," said Georgana Prudhomme. She said she liked that KBH is "fiscally solid, has an excellent reputation in the community and at a state level, offers good benefits including time off and holidays, and has a future vision that I can support."
Georgana said she knew of KBH's work from her days in the insurance world "and found KBH to be clinically solid." In her position at KBH, she has "autonomy with guidance, and know I can always request assistance from my supervisor as needed. My supervisor provides positive feedback, has a sense of humor, has extensive clinical expertise that I learn from, is a good role model, treats me with respect and gives me direct feedback in areas where I can improve in a kind way."
You can hear employee commitment to delivering premier health care, no matter their degree level or program title. You can feel their appreciation for working in an atmosphere of mutual support and creativity.
"It's the positive atmosphere that makes KBH such a great place to work," said Aaron Landry. Aaron also spoke highly of KBH's collaborative atmosphere, where expertise and provider experience is shared across the programs. "The management team also makes a concerted effort for the agency to be transparent with what is going on at the corporate and administrative level," he added. "There is no hoarding of information at the top; rather, an understanding that all of us together are smarter than one of us individually. The feeling of collaboration and wanting to help each other is transparent through almost every employee. Health care work can often be tough, but it is a lot easier when you are doing the work in a great place with lots of great people."
Employee Claudine Chaput agreed, saying KBH "accepts input from all levels in the organization, and provides a venue for positive change and improvements."
Robert Reed said he values the workplace culture and that it's a safe place to have a difference of opinion. "People's opinions and ideas are valued. There is a true sense of respect among co-workers."
High Hopes Clubhouse Director Lisa Soucie said she values the management team's "good business sense," its mutual respect for all staff and that KBH is financially secure. "Feeling valued, respected, listened to - it's all good!"
About 375 of us have made Kennebec Behavioral Health our home. We offer competitive wages and benefits, and the chance to work for a multi-site mental health provider who's been serving our communities for more than 50 years. Let us show you how the unique culture of KBH is the home you have been looking for!
Contact Details67 Eustis Parkway
Waterville, Maine 04901
Type: Non Profit
Contact: Cherie Champe
Title: Director of Human Resources
Contact Phone: 207-873-2136
Contact Fax: 207-877-8427
Contact Email: email@example.com
Contact URL: www.kbhmaine.org
Resumes accepted by: Email, Fax, Mail
A cover letter is required
Phone inquiries accepted