Intake Specialist/Outreach Coordinator: The Intake Coordinator coordinates all activities associated with the admission of a prospective patient or workshop attendee. This role includes, but is not limited to, taking inquiry calls, providing program information, preparing initial intake paperwork, scheduling/conducting interviews/psychiatric assessments with prospective patients, coordinating with other staff and making referrals. Performs daily, weekly and monthly record keeping in relation to census, admissions and discharges. The Outreach Coordinator part of the position includes responsibility for outreach efforts, marketing, and liaising with outside providers and referral sources for all of Aurora's programs.
Must be able to work flexible schedule with some weekends. Must be willing to travel to conferences and various marketing events. This position is a 25 hour per week position with room to grow.
Primary Therapist: The primary therapist works within all of Aurora's programs (day, evening, and individual treatment services) providing group therapy, individual therapy, meal support coaching, and case management services. This position is a 15 hour per week position with room to grow. Qualified applicants must, at a minimum, have a master's degree in a mental health discipline. Experience providing CBT, DBT, and psychodynamic therapy is required. Must be comfortable utilizing different treatment modalities. Must be able to work some evenings and occasional weekends.
To apply, submit resume and cover letter to: RDalessandro@auroracenter.org
Student Interns & Volunteers
Due to the nature of mental health treatment and to respect patients' right to privacy and confidentiality, Aurora does not accept volunteers to work within our programs.
Aurora accepts two graduate-level student interns per academic year. Interns must apply by June 15th. As of 07/17/17, all internship spots for the academic year 2017-2018 have been filled.